PC, DVI & VIDEO INTERFACE CONTROLLER
FOR TFT PANEL
Model: SP-1600
Part number : 416990030/4X-3
INSTRUCTIONS
CONTENTS
Page: 2. Introduction, How to Proceed, Usage Note, Disclaimer
3. System design – Diagram of a suggested system
4. Assembly notes – Important information about system elements
6. Connection & Operation – How to use the controller
10. Connectors, pinouts & jumpers – Essential connection information
19. Controller dimensions
20. Application notes
22. Troubleshooting
23. Specifications
24. Appendix I – Supported modes table
26. Appendix II – RS-232 control protocols
31. Appendix III – Mapping definition
33. Appendix IV – Auto Color Gain
34. Specification for inverter Interface Board P/N 416040010-3
37. Warranty, Caution & Limitation of Liability, Trademarks
38. Contact details
It is essential that these instructions are read and understood before connecting or
powering up this controller.
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Introduction
Design for LCD monitor and other flat panel display applications, the SP-1600 controller provides easy to use interface
controller for :
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TFT (active matrix) LCD panels of 1600x1200, 1366x768, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1280x768, 1024x768, 800x600,
800x480 and 640x480 resolutions.
Computer video signals of VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA, UXGA standard.
Video signals of NTSC, PAL and SECAM standard.
Embedded 3D comb filter on video decoder to display excellent video picture quality.
DVI input support up to 1600x1200 60Hz input signals
HOW TO PROCEED
¾ Ensure you have all parts & that they are correct, refer to:
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Connection diagram (separate document for each panel)
Controller Solution Generator
Full web resource matching controllers & panels with connection diagrams for download.
See at : http://www.digitalview.com/controllers/csg.php
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Connector reference (in following section)
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Assembly notes
Check controller switch & jumper settings (errors may damage the panel)
Prepare the PC
Connect the parts
Understand the operation & functions
IMPORTANT USAGE NOTE
This equipment is for use by developers and integrators, the manufacturer accepts no liability for damage or injury
caused by the use of this product. It is the responsibility of the developer, integrators or other user of this product to:
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Ensure that all necessary and appropriate safety measures are taken.
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Obtain suitable regulatory approvals as may be required.
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Check power settings to all component parts before connection.
DISCLAIMER
There is no implied or expressed warranty regarding this material.
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SYSTEM DESIGN
A typical LCD based display system utilizing this controller is likely to comprise the following:
Summary:
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LCD panel
LCD controller card, SP-1600
LCD signal cable (use for LVDS panel)
LCD signal cable (use for TTL panel)
Inverter for backlight (if not built into LCD)
Inverter cable
Function controls
Function controls cable
RS-232 control interface
IR sensor (optional)
Status LED (optional)
Audio add-on board (optional)
External type signal inputs
Analog VGA 1 input
AV input (J1: S-video, J2: Composite video)
DVI-I input
Alternate composite / S-Video input
HD/SD Component video input
Analog VGA 2 input
12V/24V DC power input
External panel power input
Digital View provides a range of parts, such as listed above, to make up complete display solutions.
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ASSEMBLY NOTES
This controller is designed for monitor and custom display projects using 1600x1200 or 1366x768 or 1280x1024 or 1280x800 or
1280x768 or 1024 x 768 or 800x600 or 800x480 or 640x480 resolution TFT panels with a VGA, SVGA, WXGA, XGA, SXGA or
UXGA signal input. The following provides some guidelines for installation and preparation of a finished display solution.
Preparation: Before proceeding it is important to familiarize yourself with the parts making up the system and the various
connectors, mounting holes and general layout of the controller. As much as possible connectors have been labeled. Guides
to connectors and mounting holes are shown in the following relevant sections.
1.
LCD Panel: This controller is designed for typical LVDS or TTL single interface panels with panel voltage 3.3V, 5V or 12V
or 18V. Due to the variation between manufacturers of panels signal timing and other panel characteristics, factory setup
and confirmation should be obtained before connecting to a panel. (NOTE: Check panel power jumper settings before
connection)
2.
Controller: Handle the controller with care as static charge may damage electronic components. Make sure correct
jumper and dip switches settings to match the target LCD panel.
3.
LCD signal cable (Single pixel TTL panel): In order to provide a clean signal it is recommended that LCD signal cables
should not longer than 33cm (13 inches). If loose wire cabling is utilized these can be made into a harness with cable ties.
Care should be taken when placing the cables to avoid signal interference. Additionally it may be necessary in some
systems to add ferrite cores to the cables to minimize signal noise.
4.
LCD signal cable (LVDS panel): In order to provide a clean signal it is recommended that LVDS signal cables are no
longer than 46cm (18 inches). If those wire cabling is utilized these can be made into a harness with cable ties. Care
should be taken when placing the cables to avoid signal interference. Additionally it may be necessary in some systems to
add ferrite cores to the cable to minimize signal noise.
5.
Inverter: This will be required for the backlight of an LCD, some LCD panels have an inverter built in. As LCD panels may
have 1 or more backlight tubes and the power requirements for different panel backlights may vary it is important to match
the inverter in order to obtain optimum performance. See Application notes page 18 for more information on connection.
6.
Inverter Cables: Different inverter models require different cables and different pin assignment. Make sure correct cable
pin out to match inverter. Using wrong cable pin out may damage the inverter.
7.
Function Controls: The following section discusses the controls required and the section on connectors provides the
detail. The controls are minimal: On/Off, Backlight Brightness (depends on inverter), OSD (5 momentary buttons) analog
VR type or (8 momentary buttons) digital type.
8.
Function controls cable: The cables to the function switches should be of suitable quality and length so that impedance
does not affect performance. Generally lengths up to 1 meter (3 feet) should be acceptable.
9.
Status LED: The pin direction of the LED should be corrected for right colour indication. Red colour stands for standby.
Green colour stands for signal on. The status LED is an optional part only, can be unconnected.
10. IR sensor: It is an optional part only, can be unconnected if not using IR remote control.
11. Audio add-on board: Provide the interface for the audio add-on board to be connected. The audio add-on board gives
the audio input and output signal connection. But the volume cannot be controlled by the OSD menu on the controller. It is
an optional part only, can be unconnected if not using audio.
12. VGA Input Cable: As this may affect regulatory emission test results and the quality of the signal to the controller a
suitably shielded cable should be utilized.
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AV cables: Standard Composite or S-video cables can be used. Reasonable quality cable should be used to avoid image
quality degradation.
13. DVI-D input cable : Plug the DVI cable to the connector P2 on the controller board.
14. Alternate video input for S-Video and composite video
15. HD/SD component video input : Plug the component video input signal on CNV2 connector
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Power Input: 12V/24VDC is required, this should be a regulated supply. The power rating is depending on the panel and
inverter used. Normally, power supply with 3.5Amp current output should enough for most of 4x CCFT panels. Although the
controller provides power regulation for the LCD power this does not relate to the power supplied to the backlight inverter. If an
unregulated power supply is provided to an inverter any fluctuations in power may affect operation, performance and lifetime of
the inverter and or backlight tubes.
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Power output: Note the controller has an overall 3Amp current limit and the current available from the auxiliary power
output will be dependent on the power input and other system requirements.
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Power Safety: Note that although only 12VDC / 24VDC is required as ‘power-in’ a backlight inverter for panel backlighting
produces significantly higher voltages (the inverter does not connect to the ground plane). We strongly advise appropriate
insulation for all circuitry.
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EMI: Shielding will be required for passing certain regulatory emissions tests. Also the choice of external Controller to PC
signal cable can affect the result.
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Ground: The various PCB mounting holes are connected to the ground plane.
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Servicing: The board is not user serviceable or repairable. Warranty does not cover user error in connecting up to the
controller and is invalidated by unauthorized modification or repairs.
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Controller Mounting: It is recommended that a clearance of at least 10mm is provided above and 5mm below the
controller when mounted. Additionally consideration should be given to:
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Electrical insulation.
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Grounding.
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EMI shielding.
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Cable management. Note: It is important to keep panel signal cables apart from the inverter & backlight cables to
prevent signal interference.
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Heat & Ventilation: Heat generated from other sources, for example the backlight of a very high brightness panel may
generate significant heat which could adversely affect the controller.
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Other issues that may affect safety or performance.
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PC Graphics Output: A few guidelines:
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Signal quality is very important, if there is noise or instability in the PC graphics output this may result in visible noise
on the display.
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Refer to graphics modes table in specifications section for supported modes.
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Non-interlaced & interlaced video input is acceptable.
IMPORTANT: Please read the Application Notes section for more information.
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CONNECTION & OPERATION
CAUTION: Never connect or disconnect parts of the display system when the system is powered up as this may cause serious
damage.
CONNECTION
Connection and usage is quite straight forward (it is useful to have the relevant connection diagram available at this time):
1. LCD panel & Inverter: Connect the inverter (if it is not built-in the panel) to the CCFT lead connector of the LCD panel.
2. TTL type (Single pixel) panels: Plug the signal cables direct to CN3 and CN4 (CN4 will not be used for 3x6-bit panel) on
the controller board. Plug the other end of cables to the LCD connector board (if connector board is required, otherwise
the signal can be direct plug to the LCD panel connector). Then plug the board connector to the LCD panel connector.
LVDS type panels: The controller board has the built-in LVDS transmitter driver. Plug the LVDS cable to J3. Insert the
panel end of the cable the LCD panel connector.
3. Inverter & Controller: Plug the inverter cable to CNB1 and CNA1 (if necessary). Plug another end to the connector on
the inverter.
4. Function switch & Controller: Plug the OSD switch mount cable to CNC1 on the controller board and another to the
OSD switch mount.
5. LED & Controller: Plug in a 3-way with dual colour LED to connector LED1 on the controller board.
6. IR & Controller: Plug in a 3-way with IR sensor to connector IR1 on the controller board.
7. Jumpers & Switches: Check all jumpers and switches (JP7, SW3, SW4) are set correctly. Details referring the
connection diagram (a separate document) or the jumpers and switches setting table (in the following section).
8. Jumpers & Inverter & Panel voltage: Particularly pay attention to the settings of JA3, JA5 & JA6, JB2 and JB3. JB2 &
JB3 are used for inverter control (read inverter specification and information on the jumper table to define the correct
settings). JA3, JA5 & JA6 are used for panel voltage input (read panel specification and information on the jumper table to
define the correct settings).
9. VGA cable & Controller: Plug the VGA cable to the connector P1 on the controller board.
10. Power supply & Controller: Plug the DC 12V/24V power in to the connector PP5 or PP2/3. You can consider to use
DigitalView mating power cable P/N 426013800-3, 160mm for PP5 connection.
11. External panel power input : Plug power cable : P/N 426013700-3 for external panel power input (3.3 (max 7A) /
5V (max 7A) / 12V (max 5A) / 18V (max3.5))
12. Power on: Switch on the controller board and panel by using the OSD switch mount.
The red LED will light up when power on. The LED will change to green when VGA signal on.
General:
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If you are using supplied cables & accessories, ensure they are correct for the model of panel and controller.
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If you are making your own cables & connectors refer carefully to both the panel & inverter specifications and the section
in this manual, “Connectors, Pinouts & Jumpers” to ensure the correct pin to pin wiring.
PC SETTINGS
The controller has been designed to take a very wide range of input signals however to optimize the PC’s graphics performance
we recommend choosing 60Hz vertical refresh rate – this will not cause screen flicker.
OPERATION
Once the system has been connected and switched on there are a number of functions available to adjust the display
image as summarized in the following sections. The settings chosen will be saved for each mode independently.
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LCD DISPLAY SYSTEM SETTINGS
NOTE: By way of explanation the following refers to a set of sample buttons that may be obtained as an option. In addition
to power on/off and connection for backlight brightness the controller provides an On Screen Display of certain functions
which are controlled by 5 momentary type buttons (analog VR type) or 8 momentary type buttons (digital type):
Controls
On/Off – turns controller board power on
Brightness – controls backlight brightness
Menu
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Turns OSD menu On or Off (it will auto time off)
Select down
–
Moves the selector to the next function (down)
Select up
Moves the selector to the previous function (up)
+
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Increase/Select the OSD parameter values
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Go into the sub-menu page
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Confirm to select the OSD function
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Decrease/Select the OSD parameter values
Reset to Factory Defaults
Analog VR type
VR toggle switch
Rotary VR
Menu button
Digital type
On/Off button
Brightness +/- buttons
Menu button
SEL DN
SEL DN
SEL UP
SEL UP
+
+
-
-
Press and hold SEL DN
button, then power on the
controller
Press and hold SEL DN button,
then power on the controller
SEL UP
-
+
Menu
ON/Off/Brightness
12V / 24VDC power input :
Analog 10K VR Type OSD
switch mount uses
P/N 410680550-3 or up
SEL DN
Analog VR type
12VDC power input :
Digital 10K Type OSD
switch mount uses
P/N 416100510-3
Digital type
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12V / 24VDC power input :
Digital 10K Type OSD
switch mount uses
P/N 416100520-3 or up
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OSD functions
Picture :
Volume
Increase/decrease volume level, total 31 steps
Brightness
Increase/decrease panel brightness level, total: 100 steps
Contrast
Increase/decrease panel contrast level, total: 100 steps
Hue *
Increase/decrease Hue level, total: 100 steps
Saturation *
Increase/decrease saturation, total: 100 steps
Sharpness
Increase/decrease sharpness, total: 15 steps
Aspect Size 4
Aspect Ratio : Fill Screen / Fill Aspect / 1 to 1 (UNDER ARGB / DVI mode)
Auto / Fill Screen / 1 to 1 / Anamorphic (UNDER VIDEO MODE)
- Fill Screen : Enable full screen expansion for lower resolution Image
- Fill Aspect : Enable fill screen expansion for lower resolution image
according to aspect ratio
- 1 to 1 : Display the exact image resolution on the screen without
image expansion.
Horz Position
Move the image position horizontally
Vert Position
Move the image position vertically
Blue Only : OFF / ON : Turn off the "Red" & "Green" channel (i.e. output all zero to Red &
Green channel)
* : DISPLAY IN VIDEO MODE ONLY
Main Source : Select the input video signal
VGA 1 / Composite Video / S-Video / VGA 2 / DVI / HD/SD Component
Utilities :
Setup 4
#
Auto Picture Setup 4
#
Auto Color Gain 4
#
Manual Clock :
#
Manual Phase :
: Auto adjust the image position, phase and size
: Auto Color Calibration (Function in ARGB mode ONLY – See
appendix IV)
Adjust the image horizontal size
Fine tune the data sampling position (adjust image
quality)
Auto Source Seek : OFF / ON
ON – Auto source select always enable
OFF – Disable auto source select function
Auto Power : OFF / ON
ON – Enable soft power off function if absence of input signals
OFF – Disable soft power function
Video Standard (SD)** : Auto / NTSC / PAL / SECAM / NTSC 443
Gamma : 1.0 / 1.6 / 2.2
OSD 4
H Position
: Move the OSD menu image horizontally
: Move the OSD menu image vertically
: Adjust the OSD menu timeout period in a step of 1
seconds (max 20 seconds)
Language : English / Simplified Chinese : Select OSD menu language display
V Position
Timeout (sec) : 1 – 20
Transparency :
0 – 100 steps
Color Temperature 4
Color Temp : 9300K / 8000K / 6500K / 5000K
Red :
Green :
Blue :
Hot Key 4
Hot key 1 : Brightness / Contrast / Input / Aspect / Volume
Hot key 2 : Brightness / Contrast / Input / Aspect / Volume
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Reset to Factory Defaults 4
Factory Defaults
#
Reset Color Gain
DDC Updates
** : FUNCTION IN VIDEO MODE ONLY
# : DISPLAY AND FUNCTION IN VGA MODE ONLY
Firmware : V0.15.00 or up
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CONNECTORS, PINOUTS & JUMPERS
The various connectors are:
Summary: Connectors
Ref
Purpose
CN3
Panel signal for TTL panel
CN4
Panel signal for TTL panel
CN7
Audio board connector
CN8
CNA1
CNB1
CNC1
CNV1
CNV2
CNV3
CNV5
J1
J2
J3
RS-232 serial control
Auxiliary power output
Backlight inverter
OSD controls
Alternate video in
Component video in
ARGB 2 input
Reserved
S-video in
Composite video in
Panel signal for LVDS panel
IR1
LED1
P1
P2
PP2/3
PP4
Infra-Red sensor connector
Dual color LED connector
VGA analog input
DVI-I input
Power input (alternative)
External panel power input
PP5
Power input
SW3
SW4
Panel selection
Function selection
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Description
Hirose 50-pin, DF20G-50DP-1V
(Matching type : DF20A-50DS-1C)
Hirose 10-pin, DF20G-10DP-1V
(Matching type : DF20A-10DS-1C)
DIL socket header 5x2 right angle
(Matching audio Add-on Board P/N 416940020-3)
JST 6-way, B6B-XH-A
(Matching type : XHP-6)
JST 4-way, B4B-XH-A
(Matching type : XHP-4)
JST 5-way, B5B-XH-A
(Matching type : XHP-5)
JST 12-way, B12B-XH-A
(Mating type : XHP-12)
JST 5-way, B5B-PH-K
(Matching type : PHR-5)
JST 6-way, B6B-PH-K
(Matching type : PHR-6)
12-way pin header
(Matching cable : P/N 426003300-3)
Reserved
Mini din 4-way
BNC connector
Hirose 40 pin, DF13-40DP-1.25DSA
(Matching type : DF13-40DS-1.25C)
JST 3-way, B3B-XH-A
(Matching type : XHP-3)
Header pin 3x1
DB-15 way high density 3 row
DVI-I connector
DC power Molex 2 pin 0.156” pitch
Molex 43045-0400 compatible (Mating type : Molex 43025-0400 or
compatible)
Molex 43650-0200 compatible
(Mating type : Molex 43645-0200
compatible)
(Matching power cable : P/N 426013800-3)
8-way DIP Switch
4-way DIP Switch
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Summary: Jumpers setting
Ref
JA2
JA3
Purpose
Note
JB2
On board +3.3V logic power enable
Panel power voltage select
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage panel
Panel power voltage select
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage panel
Panel power voltage select
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage panel
Backlight inverter on/off control – signal level
JB3
Backlight inverter on/off control – polarity
JB5
Backlight control type selection
JP6
Input power control
JP7
LVDS or TTL panel selection
JT1
Composite video-in terminator enable
JT2
S-Video luma-in terminator enable
JT3
S-Video chroma-in terminator enable
JT4
Component luma-in terminator enable
JT5
Component Cr-in terminator enable
JT6
Component Cb-in terminator enable
SW3
SW4
Panel & function selection
Panel & function selection
JA4
JA5
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1-3 & 2-4 closed, factory set, do not remove
See panel voltage setting table 1
See panel voltage setting table 1
See panel voltage setting table 1
1-2 = On/Off control signal ‘High’ = +12V/24V
2-3 = On/Off control signal ‘High’ = +5V
Open = On/Off control signal ‘High’ = Open collector
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage inverter.
1-2 = control signal ‘high’ = CCFT ON
2-3 = control signal ‘low’ = CCFT ON
1-2 = VR/Digital switch mount control
3-4 = RS-232 backlight brightness control
5-6 = Reserved
Short = External switch control
Open = Switch mount control
Close = LVDS panel
OFF = TTL panel
Open = composite video input is not terminated
Close = composite video input is terminated with 75Ω
Open = S-video luma input is not terminated
Close = S-video luma input is terminated with 75Ω
Open = S-video chroma input is not terminated
Close = S-video chroma input is terminated with 75Ω
Open = component luma input is not terminated
Close = component luma input is terminated with 75Ω
Open = component Cr input is not terminated
Close = component Cr input is terminated with 75Ω
Open = component Cb input is not terminated
Close = component Cb input is terminated with 75Ω
See table below
See table below
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Table 1 : Panel voltage setting table :
Input voltage via
PP2/PP3, PP5
Panel Voltage
12VDC
JA3
JA5
JA6
3.3V
3V3 closed
1-3 & 2-4
1-3 & 2-4
5V
5V closed
1-3 & 2-4
1-3 & 2-4
12V
OPEN
1-3 & 2-4
5-7 & 6-8
Jumper on board
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage panel & controller
Input voltage via
PP2/PP3, PP5
Panel Voltage
JA3
JA5
JA6
3.3V
3V3 closed
1-3 & 2-4
1-3 & 2-4
5V
5V closed
1-3 & 2-4
1-3 & 2-4
12V
12V closed
1-3 & 2-4
3-5 & 4-6
18V
18V closed
1-3 & 2-4
3-5 & 4-6
Jumper on board
24VDC**
CAUTION: Incorrect setting can damage panel & controller
** Ensure that the backlight inverter supports 24V operation prior to connecting a 24VDC input.
Because CNA1 pin 1 and CNB1 pin 2 will output 24VDC if input 24VDC via PP2/PP3 or PP5.
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Input voltage via
PP4
Panel Voltage
JA3
JA5
JA6
Jumper on board
3.3V
OPEN
3-5 & 4-6
1-3 & 2-4
5V
OPEN
3-5 & 4-6
1-3 & 2-4
12V
OPEN
3-5 & 4-6
3-5 & 4-6
18V
OPEN
3-5 & 4-6
3-5 & 4-6
3.3 / 5 / 12 /
18VDC*
* Maximum current for 3.3V, 5V = 7A, Maximum current for 12V = 5A, Maximum current for 18V = 3.5A
JA3, JA5 & JA6 location on board : (Please pay attention to the jumper settings on JA3, JA5
& JA6 which are red in color)
!
JA6 & JA5
!
JA3
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DIP Switch selection – SW3
Pos #1
Pos #2
Pos #3
Pos.#4
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Description
For UXGA panels
NEC NL160120BC27-14
(3)
Sharp LQ231U1LW01 / Fujitsu FLC59UXC8V-02A
For SXGA panels
Sharp LQ181E1LW31
Fujitsu FLC48SXC8V
AU Optronics M190EN04
(1)
(1)
AU Optronics M190EN02 / M190EN04 – Not
tested
For WXGA panels
NEC NL12876BC26-21
Sharp LQ255T3LZ28 - Not tested
LG LC420W02-A4 – Not tested
Samsung LTA320W2-L01 – Not tested
Samsung LTA260W2-L01
Samsung LTM170W1-L01 – Not tested
AU Optronics M170XW01 – Not tested
(2)
NEC NL12880BC20-02D
For XGA panel
Sharp LQ150X1LGN2A
Sharp LQ150X1LGB1
Samsung LTM150XH-L01
LG LM151X2
AU Optronics M150XN07
Fujitsu FLC38XGC6V-06
LG LM151X2
For SVGA panel
Sharp LQ121S1DG41
(2)
Sharp LQ104S1LG61
(3)
Sharp LQ070Y3LG4A
For VGA panel
Sharp LQ104V1DG21
Sharp LQ104S1DG51
Panel resolution
1600x1200
1600x1200
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x1024
1280x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1280x768
1280x768
1280x800
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
1024x768
800x600
800x600
800x480
640x480
640x480
(1) - Support on firmware V0.12.00 or up revision.
(2) - Support on firmware V0.15.00 or up revision.
(3) – Support on firmware V0.20.00 or up revision.
For additional and recent added panels, see SP-1600 panel support table at http://www.digitalview.com/controllers/csg.php
Pos #5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Pos #6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Pos #7
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
Description
Reserved
UXGA
SXGA
WXGA
XGA
SVGA
VGA
Others (Reserved)
SW3 Pos 8 = Reserved.
DIP switch selection – SW4
Pos. #
Function
1
Clock phase
2
Panel pixel format
3
Selection of TTL / LVDS panel
connection
LVDS data mapping select
4
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Description
OFF : Normal
ON : Invert
OFF : Double Pixel
ON : Single Pixel
ON : LVDS
OFF : TTL
ON : Mapping A (LVDS panel)
OFF : Mapping B (LVDS panel)
Please adjust to get the correct picture. See as Appendix II for details of
mapping A and B.
No function for TTL panels.
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CN3 – Panel connector: HIROSE DF20G-50DP-1V (Matching type : DF20A-50DS-1C)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
Ground
2
GND
Ground
3
Reserved
Reserved
4
Reserved
Reserved
5
P_R0
Data bit R0
6
P_R1
Data bit R1
7
P_R2
Data bit R2
8
P_R3
Data bit R3
9
P_R4
Data bit R4
10
P_R5
Data bit R5
11
P_R6
Data bit R6
12
P_R7
Data bit R7
13
GND
Ground
14
GND
Ground
15
Reserved
Reserved
16
Reserved
Reserved
17
P_G0
Data bit G0
18
P_G1
Data bit G1
19
P_G2
Data bit G2
20
P_G3
Data bit G3
21
P_G4
Data bit G4
22
P_G5
Data bit G5
23
P_G6
Data bit G6
24
P_G7
Data bit G7
25
GND
Ground
26
GND
Ground
27
Reserved
Reserved
28
Reserved
Reserved
29
P_B0
Data bit B0
30
P_B1
Data bit B1
31
P_B2
Data bit B2
32
P_B3
Data bit B3
33
P_B4
Data bit B4
34
P_B5
Data bit B5
35
P_B6
Data bit B6
36
P_B7
Data bit B7
37
GND
Ground
38
GND
Ground
39
VS
Vertical sync
40
CLK
Dot clock
41
HS
Horizontal sync
42
DE
Display enable
43
PWR
Power down control signal (5v TTL)
44
VLCD
Panel power supply (3.3v/5v configurable)
45
VLCD
Panel power supply (3.3V/5v configurable)
46
VLCD
Panel power supply (3.3V/5v configurable)
47
NC
No connection
48
VLCD12/18
+12V / +18V panel supply (selected by JA3, JA5 & JA6)
49
VLCD12/18
+12V / +18V panel supply (selected by JA3, JA5 & JA6)
50
VLCD12/18
+12V / +18V panel supply (selected by JA3, JA5 & JA6)
CN4 – Panel connector: HIROSE DF20G-10DP-1V (Matching type : DF20A-10DS-1C)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
OP1
Reserved
2
OP2
Reserved
3
OP3
Reserved
4
OP4
Reserved
5
IP1
Reserved
6
IP2
Reserved
7
IP3
Reserved
8
IP4
Reserved
9
NC
No connection
10
NC
No connection
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CN7 - Audio connector: DIL socket header 5x2 right angle [OPERATE UNDER 12VDC POWER INPUT ENVIRONMENT]
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
VCC
Audio board logic power supply, +5V
2
VOLSEL0
Reserved
3
VOLSEL1
Reversed
4
TUNAUDSEL
Reserved
5
CLK/CNT
Reserved
6
GND
Ground
7
+12V / +24V
Audio board power supply, +12V / +24V
8
NC
No connection
9
NC
No connection
10
GND
Ground
CN8 – RS-232 serial control: JST B6B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-6)
PIN
SYMBOL
1
SDATA
2
SCLK
3
VCC
4
TXD
5
GND
6
RXD
DESCRIPTION
Reserved
Reserved
+5V
RS-232 Tx data
Ground
RS-232 Rx data
CNA1 - Auxiliary power output: JST B4B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-4)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
AUX 12V / 24V
+12V / +24V DC, 500mA max
2
GND
Ground
3
GND
Ground
4
AUX 5V
+5V DC, 500mA max
CNB1 – Backlight inverter connector: JST B5B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-5)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
Ground
2
VBKL
+12V / 24V DC, backlight power supply
3
BLCTRL
On/Off control (enable) – see JB2 & JB3
4
BVR_WIP
Brightness VR – WIP
5
BVR_A
Brightness VR A
CNC1 – Function controls connector: JST B12B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-12)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
PSWIN
Power switch A
2
SW_ON
Power switch B
3
BVR_A
Backlight brightness VR pin A
4
BVR_WIP
Backlight brightness VR pin WIP
5
BVR_B
Backlight brightness VR pin B (470Ω resistor to +5V Vcc)
6
GND
Ground
7
MENU
OSD menu button
8
-/LEFT
OSD -/Left button
9
+/RIGHT
OSD +/Right button
10
SEL_DN
OSD Select down button
11
SEL_UP
OSD Select up button
12
NC
No connection
The VR for brightness depends on the inverter. The main power load for On/Off is handled by a relay on the controller.
CNV1 – Alternate Video in input, JST B5B-PH-K (Matching type : PHR-5)
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
S-Video : Chroma in
2
S-Video : Luma in
3
Ground
4
Ground
5
Composite video in
CNV2 – Component Video in input, JST B6B-PH-K (Matching type : PHR-6)
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
Luma in /Green in
2
Ground
3
Cb in / Blue in
4
Ground
5
Cr in / Red in
6
Ground
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CNV3 - ARGB 2 input – Double row 2mm pitch pin header
PIN
SYMBOL
1
R
2
VGA_PWR
3
G
4
GND
5
B
6
GND
7
HS
8
GND
9
VS_IN
10
DDC_SCL
11
NC
12
DDC_SDA
DESCRIPTION
Red, analog
+5V power supply for DDC (optional)
Green, analog
Ground
Blue analog
Ground
Horizontal sync, input
Ground
Vertical sync, input
DDC serial clock
No connection
DDC serial data
IR1 – Infra-Red sensor connector: JST B3B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-3)
PIN
SYMBOL
1
GND
2
STDBY_Vcc
3
IR Data
DESCRIPTION
Ground
Stand by voltage
IR data
J3 – LVDS Panel connector: Hirose, DF13A-40DP-1.25DSA (Matching type : DF13-40DS-1.25C)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
TXA0+
Positive differential LVDS data bit A0
2
TXA0Negative differential LVDS data bit A0
3
TXA1+
Positive differential LVDS data bit A1
4
TXA1Negative differential LVDS data bit A1
5
Reserved
6
Reserved
7
TXA2+
Positive differential LVDS data bit A2
8
TXA2Negative differential LVDS data bit A2
9
TXA3+
Positive differential LVDS data bit A3
10
TXA3Negative differential LVDS data bit A3
11
GND
Ground
12
GND
Ground
13
TXAC+
Positive LVDS clock for A channel
14
TXACNegative LVDS clock for A channel
15
GND
Ground
16
GND
Ground
17
TXB0+
Positive differential LVDS data bit B0
18
TXB0Negative differential LVDS data bit B0
19
TXB1+
Positive differential LVDS data bit B1
20
TXB1Negative differential LVDS data bit B1
21
Reserved
22
Reserved
23
TXB2+
Positive differential LVDS data bit B2
24
TXB2Negative differential LVDS data bit B2
25
TXB3+
Positive differential LVDS data bit B3
26
TXB3Negative differential LVDS data bit B3
27
GND
Ground
28
GND
Ground
29
TXBC+
Positive LVDS clock for B channel
30
TXBCNegative LVDS clock for B channel
31
GND
Ground
32
GND
Ground
33
VDD (3,3V/5V)
Panel power supply (3,3V/5V)
34
VDD (3,3V/5V)
Panel power supply (3,3V/5V)
35
VDD (3,3V/5V)
Panel power supply (3,3V/5V)
36
VDD (3,3V/5V)
Panel power supply (3,3V/5V)
37
NC
No connection
38
VDD +12V/18
Panel power supply (+12V / +18V)
39
VDD +12V/18
Panel power supply (+12V / +18V)
40
VDD +12V/18
Panel power supply (+12V / +18V)
LED1 – Status LED connector: 3-pin header
PIN
1
2
3
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DESCRIPTION
Green LED pin (anode)
LED pin common (cathode)
Red LED pin (anode)
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P1 - Analog VGA in - 15 way connector
PIN
SYMBOL
1
PCR
2
PCG
3
PCB
4
ID2
5
DGND
6
AGND
7
AGND
8
AGND
9
DDC_5V
10
DGND
11
ID0
12
DDC_SDA
13
HS_IN
14
VS_IN
15
DDC_SCL
P2 – DVI-I input
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
SYMBOL
/RX2
RX2
GND
NC
NC
DDC_CLK
DDC_DAT
VS_IN
/RX1
RX1
GND
NC
NC
DDC_5V
GND
NC
/RX0
RX0
GND
NC
NC
GND
RXC
/RXC
R
G
B
HS_IN
GND
NC
DESCRIPTION
Red, analog
Green, analog
Blue analog
Reserved for monitor ID bit 2 (grounded)
Digital ground
Analog ground red
Analog ground green
Analog ground blue
+5V power supply for DDC (optional)
Digital ground
Reserved for monitor ID bit 0 (grounded)
DDC serial data
Horizontal sync or composite sync, input
Vertical sync, input
DDC serial clock
DESCRIPTION
TMDS Data 2TMDS Data 2+
Digital Ground
No connection
No connection
DDC Clock
DDC Data
Analog vertical Sync
TMDS Data 1TMDS Data 1+
Digital Ground
No connection
No connection
+5V power supply for DDC (optional)
Ground (+5, Analog H/V Sync)
No connection
TMDS Data 0TMDS Data 0+
Digital Ground
No connection
No connection
Digital Ground
TMDS Clock+
TMDS ClockRed
Green
Blue
Analog horizontal sync
Ground
No connection
PP2/PP3 – Alternate 12V / 24V DC power supply - DC power Molex 2 pin 0.156” pitch
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+12V / +24V DC in
2
Ground
PP4 - External panel power input - Molex 43045-0400 compatible (Mating type : Molex 43025-0400 or compatible)
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
External panel power output
2
Ground
3
External panel power output
4
Ground
PP5 - Molex 43650-0200 compatible (Mating type : Molex 43645-0200 or compatible)
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+12V / +24V DC
2
Ground
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CONTROLLER DIMENSIONS
The maximum thickness of the controller is 20.6mm with or without video add-on board (measured from bottom of
PCB to top of components, including any underside components & leads). We recommend clearances of:
•
5mm from bottom of PCB - if mounting on a metal plate we also recommend a layer of suitable insulation
material is added to the mounting plate surface.
•
10mm above the components
•
3~5mm around the edges
Any of the holes shown above can be used for mounting the PCB, they are 3.2mm in diameter.
CAUTION: Ensure adequate insulation is provided for all areas of the PCB with special attention to high
voltage parts such as the inverter.
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APPLICATION NOTES
USING THE CONTROLLER WITHOUT BUTTONS ATTACHED
This is very straightforward:
•
Firstly setup the controller/display system with the buttons. With controls attached and display system active make any
settings for colour, tint and image position as required then switch everything off.
•
Remove the control switches, the 12-way (CNC1) cable.
•
Use a jumper or similar to connect pins 1 & 2 on CNC1, this will fix the board On.
•
Refer to inverter specifications for details as to fixing brightness to a desired level, this may require a resistor, an open
circuit or closed circuit depending on inverter.
Summary: On CNC1 the only pins that are used are for On/Off and Brightness (if controller mounted inverter is used). On
CNC1 the pins are for momentary type buttons so it doesn’t matter that no buttons are attached.
INVERTER CONNECTION
There are potentially 3 issues to consider with inverter connection:
•
Power
•
Enable
•
Brightness
Please read the following sections for a guide to these issues.
Inverter Power: As per the table for CNB1 pin 1 is ground and pin 2 provides 12V / 24V DC. This should be matched with the
inverter specification: see table.
CNB1
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
Ground
2
+12V / +24V DC
Remark: For higher power inverter, more current (for 12V) can be taken from CNA1 pin 1.
Enable: This is a pin provided on some inverters for On/Off function and is used by this panel controller for VESA DPMS
compliance. If the inverter does not have an enable pin or the enable pin is not used then DPMS will not be operational. Pin 3
should be matched to the inverters specification for the ‘enable’ or ‘disable’ pin.
CNB1
PIN
3
DESCRIPTION
Enable
Further, jumpers JB2 & JB3 should be set to match the inverters specification for the enable pin power and High or Low setting:
see table.
Ref
JB2
JB3
Purpose
Inverter enable voltage
Inverter control
Note
1-2 H = 12V / 24V,, 2-3 H = 5V (Vcc), OPEN H = open collector
1-2 H = On, 2-3 L = On
Brightness: There are various methods for brightness control and it is important to consider the specifications for the inverter
to be used. Generally the situation is:
•
Brightness can control by using a resistor or VR (Variable Resistor).
•
Brightness controlled by adding a circuit such as PWM (Pulse Width Modulation).
•
No adjustment of brightness is possible.
CNB1 pins 4 & 5 are available for connecting to an inverter or circuit where VR control is supported.
CNB1
PIN
DESCRIPTION
4
VR WIP
5
VR A
This can then be matched with function controls connected to CNC1 pins 4 & 3 or 5: see table.
CNC1
PIN
DESCRIPTION
3
VR A
4
VR WIP
5
VR B
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Design Guideline for making VR circuitry :
Signal description / Notes :
1) R1 : 470ohm on board
2) RPOT is an external potentiometer (in-line dip
style) that can be plugged directly into CNC1 pins
3,4,5. RPOT must be supplied / installed by user.
3) BVR_B : Voltage tapped from “top” of
potentiometer, the node of R1 and RPOT.
4) BVR_WIP : Voltage tapped from wiper arm of
RPOT.
5) BVR_A : Voltage tapped from “bottom” of
RPOT.
Note : BVR_A voltage is left floating on the
controller board. To use this circuit, you need
to tie this point to a potential (usually GND,
available at CNC1 pin 6).
CNB1 – Backlight inverter connector: JST B5B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-5)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
GND
Ground
2
VBKL
+12V / 24VDC, backlight power supply
3
BLCTRL
On/Off control (enable) – see JB2 & JB3
4
BVR_WIP
Brightness VR - WIP
5
BVR_A
Brightness VR A
CNC1 – Control switch, JST B12B-XH-A (Matching type : XHP-12)
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
PSWIN
Power button A
2
SW_ON
Power button B
3
BVR_A
Backlight Brightness VR pin A
4
BVR_WIP
Backlight Brightness R pin WIP
5
BVR_B
Backlight Brightness VR pin B (470 ohm resistor to +5V Vcc)
6
GND
Ground
7
MENU
OSD menu
8
-/LEFT
OSD -/Left
9
+/RIGHT
OSD +/Right
10
SEL_DN
OSD Select down
11
SEL_UP
OSD Select up
12
NC
No connection
The VR for brightness depends on the inverter. The main power load for On/Off is handled by a relay on the controller.
Example for circuit design :
1.)Choose RPOT = 10K
2.) Tie BVR_A to GND
3.) Circuit analysis gives BVR_WIP as the
following (see Figure 1)
BVR_WIP = 5 x (Rbc/10.47)
where BVR_WIP is in Volts.
And Rbc is the resistance from the wiper arm
to bottom of pot in Kohms.
To evaluate, plug in different values of Rbc :
Rbc
0
2.5 K
5K
7.5 K
10 K
BVR_WIP
0V
1.2 V
2.4 V
3.6 V
4.8 V
So this circuit could provide Brightness adjust
voltage ranging from 0V to 5V.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
General
A general guide to troubleshooting a flat panel display system it is worth considering the system as separate elements, such as:
¾ Controller (jumpers, PC settings)
¾ Panel (controller, cabling, connection, panel, PC settings)
¾ Backlight (inverter, cabling, backlight tubes)
¾ Cabling
¾ Computer system (display settings, operating system)
Through step by step cross checking with instruction manuals and a process of elimination to isolate the problem it is usually
possible to clearly identify the problem area.
No image:
¾ If the panel backlight is not working it may still be possible to just see some image on the display.
¾ A lack of image is most likely to be caused by incorrect connection, lack of power, failure to provide a signal or incorrect
graphic card settings.
Image position:
If it is impossible to position the image correctly, i.e. the image adjustment controls will not move the image far enough, then
test using another graphics card. This situation can occur with a custom graphics card that is not close to standard timings or if
something is in the graphics line that may be affecting the signal such as a signal splitter (please note that normally a signal
splitter will not have any adverse effect).
Image appearance:
¾ A faulty panel can have blank lines, failed sections, flickering or flashing display
¾ Incorrect graphics card refresh rate, resolution or interlaced mode will probably cause the image to be the wrong size, to
scroll, flicker badly or possibly even no image.
¾ Incorrect jumper settings on the controller may cause everything from total failure to incorrect image. CAUTION: Do not
set the panel power input incorrectly.
¾ Sparkling on the display: faulty panel signal cable.
Backlight:
Items to check include: Power input, Controls, Inverter and Tubes generally in this order.
If half the screen is dimmer than the other half:
¾ Check cabling for the inverter.
¾ For a specific backlight tube check the AC pins orientation (CAUTION: Never reverse any DC power pins).
Also:
¾ If adjusting brightness control has no effect the chances are that the VR rating or method of adjusting brightness is not
compatible or correctly connected to the inverter.
¾ If system does not power down when there is a loss of signal
Continued failure:
If unit after unit keeps failing consider and investigate whether you are short circuiting the equipment or doing something else
seriously wrong.
Generally after common sense issues have been resolved we recommend step by step substitution of known working parts to
isolate the problem.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Panel compatibility
No. of colours
Panel power
Panel signal
Vertical refresh rate
Graphics formats
Graphics auto mode detect
Standard input at source (analog RGB)
Video formats
Video inputs
Functions display
OSD menu functions
OSD menu controls available
Control interface
Settings memory
PC Connectivity
Controller dimensions
Power consumption
Power load maximum
Input voltage
Power protection
Storage temperature limits
Operating temperature limits
Compatible with 1600x1200, 1366x768, 1280x1024, 1280x800, 1280x768,
1024x768, 800x600 800x480 & 640x480 resolutions of TFT LCD panels from
manufacturers
A specified firmware version and some factory adjustment may be required for
individual panel timings.
Up to 3 x 8 bit providing 16.7 million colours.
DC 3.3V, 5V, 12V, 18V
TTL(Single pixel) / LVDS
60Hz at UXGA & SXGA and up to 75Hz for other lower resolutions
Standard VESA VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA, UXGA.
Other special formats through specified firmware version and factory adjustment.
VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, WXGA & UXGA interlaced and non-interlaced
VGA analog (15 pin) standard with automatic detection of:
Digital Separate Sync;
Composite Sync
Sync On Green.
PAL, NTSC & SECAM
ARGB 1
ARGB 2
DVI-I
Composite video
S-Video
SD Component video (YCbCr)
On screen display (OSD) of functions
Image controls:
Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Hue, Sharpness, Aspect size, Color temperature,
Video Scaling, OSD position, OSD timeout, Source select, Hot keys, etc.
Power On/Off
Backlight brightness
OSD Menu
OSD Select up
OSD Select down
Setting +
Setting Buttons/IR / RS-232
Settings are stored in non volatile memory
VGA / SVGA / XGA / SXGA / UXGA analog or digital
179mm x 120.4mm (7.” x 4.74”)
10w approx. (not including panel power consumption)
The controller has an overall 3Amp current limit.
12V/ 24VDC +/- 5%
Fuse fitted (Resettable)
o
o
-40 C to +70 C
o
o
0 C to +60 C
NOTES
Please note the following:
•
For specific panel setup a sample of an LCD may be required (this will be returned) and a copy of the full
technical specifications for the panel from the manufacturer.
•
Re-layout and custom development services are available.
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APPENDIX I – SUPPORTED MODES TABLE AT ARGB PORT
Mode
Resolution
Vertical
freq [Hz]
Sync Mode
E1_70
640x350
70Hz
25.175
31.469
70.087
Digital Separate Sync
E2_70
640x400
70Hz
25.175
31.469
70.087
Digital Separate Sync
T_70
720x400
70Hz
28.322
31.469
70.087
Digital Separate Sync
T_70
720x400
70Hz
28.322
31.469
70.087
Sync On Green
V_60
640x480
60Hz
25.175
31.469
59.940
Digital Separate Sync
V_60
640x480
60Hz
25.175
31.469
59.940
Sync On Green
V_60
640x480
60Hz
25.175
31.469
59.940
Composite Sync
V_72
640x480
72Hz
31.500
37.861
72.809
Digital Separate Sync
V_72
640x480
72Hz
31.500
37.861
72.809
Sync On Green
V_72
640x480
72Hz
31.500
37.861
72.809
Composite Sync
V_75
640x480
75Hz
31.500
37.500
75.000
Digital Separate Sync
V_75
640x480
75Hz
31.500
37.500
75.000
Sync On Green
V_75
640x480
75Hz
31.500
37.500
75.000
Composite Sync
SV_56
800x600
56Hz
36.000
35.156
56.250
Digital Separate Sync
SV_56
800x600
56Hz
36.000
35.156
56.250
Sync On Green
SV_56
800x600
56Hz
36.000
35.156
56.250
Composite Sync
SV_60
800x600
60Hz
40.000
37.879
60.317
Digital Separate Sync
SV_60
800x600
60Hz
40.000
37.879
60.317
Sync On Green
SV_60
800x600
60Hz
40.000
37.879
60.317
Composite Sync
SV_72
800x600
72Hz
50.000
48.077
72.188
Digital Separate Sync
SV_72
800x600
72Hz
50.000
48.077
72.188
Sync On Green
SV_72
800x600
72Hz
50.000
48.077
72.188
Composite Sync
SV_75
800x600
75Hz
49.500
46.875
75.000
Digital Separate Sync
SV_75
800x600
75Hz
49.500
46.875
75.000
Sync On Green
SV_75
800x600
75Hz
49.500
46.875
75.000
Composite Sync
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X_60
1024x768
60Hz
65.000
48.363
60.004
Digital Separate Sync
X_60
1024x768
60Hz
65.000
48.363
60.004
Sync On Green
X_60
1024x768
60Hz
65.000
48.363
60.004
Composite Sync
X_70
1024x768
70Hz
75.000
56.476
70.069
Digital Separate Sync
X_70
1024x768
70Hz
75.000
56.476
70.069
Sync On Green
X_70
1024x768
70Hz
75.000
56.476
70.069
Composite Sync
X_75
1024x768
75Hz
78.750
60.023
75.029
Digital Separate Sync
X_75
1024x768
75Hz
78.750
60.023
75.029
Sync On Green
X_75
1024x768
75Hz
78.750
60.023
75.029
Composite Sync
SX_60
1280x1024
60Hz
108
63.81
60.020
Digital Separate Sync
SX_60
1280x1024
60Hz
108
63.81
60.020
Sync On Green
SX_60
1280x1024
60Hz
108
63.81
60.020
Composite Sync
UX_60
1600x1200
60Hz
162
75.000
60
Digital Separate Sync
UX_60
1600x1200
60Hz
162
75.000
60
Sync On Green
UX_60
1600x1200
60Hz
162
75.000
60
Composite Sync
SUN1166
1152x900
66Hz
94.5
61.8
66
Digital Separate Sync
SUN1176_
1152x900
76Hz
108
71.8
76.1
Digital Separate Sync
SUN1276G
1280x1024
76Hz
135
81.1
76.1
Digital Separate Sync
Remark :
The controller has been designed to take a very wide range of input signals however to optimize the PC’s graphics
performance we recommend choosing 60Hz vertical refresh rate. To support on higher refresh rate over 60Hz, the
LCD panel may not support.
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Appendix II – RS-232 control protocols
RS-232 Serial control (Baud rate 2400, 8 bits, 1 stop bit and no parity)
Physical connection :
Controller side
Connector interface : CN8
Mating connector : JST XHP-6
6
5
PIN#
4
5
6
4
1
3
Computer side
Connector interface : Serial port
Mating connector : DB9 Female
1
Mating face of CN8
Description
RS-232 Tx Data
Ground
RS-232 Rx Data
4
3
6
PIN#
2
3
5
7
8
5
9
Mating face of RS-232 DB9 Male
Description
RS-232 Rx Data
RS-232 Tx Data
Ground
Remark :
(1) : RS-232 connection cable, 600mm P/N 426090200-3 can be ordered separately for connection.
Software connection :
The OSD function can be controlled through sending the RS-232 protocol.
The RS-232 program can be custom-made to fit for application or it can be used the program provided by DigitalView on
request. Please contact your local sales for information.
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1. Commands to implement switch mount control buttons
Function
Menu button
Select-down
button
Select-up button
Right/+ button
Left/- button
Command
0xf7
0xfa
Description
Menu button pressed
Select-down button pressed
Remark
Button equivalent
Button equivalent
0xfb
0xfc
0xfd
Select-up button pressed
Right/+ button pressed
Left/- button pressed
Button equivalent
Button equivalent
Button equivalent
2. Parameter setting - immediate, relative, reset and query
Function
Volume control left+right channel
Volume control on/off (mute)
Brightness control
Contrast control
Saturation control
Hue control
Manual Phase
Image H position
Image V position
Sharpness
Manual Clock
Scaling Mode
Command
0x80, “a” | “A”,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x80, “m” | “M”,
“0” |
“1” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x81,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x82, “a” | “A”,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x83,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x84,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x85,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“?”
0x86,
nnnn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x87,
nnnn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x8a,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x8b,
nnnn | “+” | “-“ |
“?”
0x8c,
“0” | “1” | “2” | “3”
“r” | “R” |
“?”
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Description
Set audio (L+R) volume =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Disable audio output.
Enable audio output.
Reset
Query
Set brightness =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set all contrast =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set saturation =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set hue =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set dot clock phase =
value/increment/decrement
Query
Set img_hpos =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set img_vpos =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set sharpness =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set H active size =
Value/increment/decrement
Query
Set graphic image scaling mode
=
value
Reset
Query
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Acknowledge (if enabled)
volume
Range : “0” “0” ~ “1” ”F”
Default : “0” “A”
“0” - audio off (muted).
“1” - audio on (Default)
Brightness.
Range : “0” “0” ~ “6” “4”
Default : “3” “2”
Contrast
Range : “0” “0” ~ “6” “4”
Default : “3” “2”
PAL/NTSC saturation (In video
mode only)
Range : “0” “0” ~ “6” “4”
Default : “3” “2”
NTSC hue (In NTSC mode only)
Range : “0” “0” ~ “6” “4”
Default : “3” “2”
Dot clock phase.
(In PC mode only)
Image horizontal position.
(In PC mode only)
Image vertical position.
(In PC mode only)
Sharpness.
Range : “0” “0” ~ “0” “F”
Default : “0” “0”
Graphic mode H active size (in
pixels)
Image expansion on/off.
“0” – 1:1
“1” – fill screen (Default)
“2” – fill aspect
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OSD H position
OSD V position
OSD
Transparency
Select menu
timeout
Select OSD
language
Input main select
0x90,
nnn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x91,
nnn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x92,
n | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x93,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
Set osd_hpos =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set osd_vpos =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set OSD transparency =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Select menu timeout =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
0x95,
n|
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0x98,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
Select language =
English, Italian,…
Reset
Query
Select input main =
PC or VIDEO or next available
Reset
Query
Video System
0x9b,
“0” | “1” | “2” | “3” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
Set video system =
Auto/NTSC/PAL/SECAM
Reset
Query
GAMMA value
select
0x9d,
n |
“r” | “R”
“?”
0x9f,
“0” | “1” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xa0, “1”,
n|
“r” | “R” |
“?”
Select GAMMA value =
Value
Reset
Query
Set power down option =
On/Off
Reset
Query
Set Hotkey 1=
Value
Reset
Query
Direct Access
(Hotkeys)
0xa0, “2”,
n|
“r” | “R” |
“?”
Set Hotkey 2 =
value
Reset
Query
Set runtime
0xa1,
Set runtime counter value =
Auto power off
Direct Access
(Hotkeys)
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OSD horizontal position.
OSD vertical position.
OSD transparency.
Range : “0” “0” ~ “6” “4”
Default : “3” “2”
OSD menu timeout value.
Range : “0” “0” ~ “1” “4”
Default : “0” “A”
“0” “0” – 0 second
value – Round up to nearest
available step.
if value > max available step, set
it to the max available step.
“0” – English. (Default)
“8” – Chinese
Main selected.
0x41 0x31 : VGA 1
0x41 0x32 : VGA 2
0x42 0x31 : Composite
0x43 0x31 : S-video
0x44 0x31 : HD/SD Component
0x46 0x31 : DVI
0x47 0x31 : HD/SD Component
(Source sequence : VGA 1 Æ
Composite Æ S-Video Æ VGA 2
Æ DVI Æ HD/SD Component)
“0” – Auto (Default)
“1” – NTSC
“2” – PAL
“3” – SECAM
“4” – NTSC_443
(In video mode only)
GAMMA value:
“0” – 1.0 (Default), “1” – 1.6
“2” – 2.2, “3” – User Defined
“0” – Off.
“1” – On (Default)
“1” – volume.
“2” – brightness (Default)
“3” – contrast.
“5” – input source
“C” - Aspect
“1” – volume.
“2” – brightness.
“3” – contrast (Default)
“5” – input source
“C” - Aspect
Runtime = nnnnn.
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counter
Colour
temperature select
Red level for
selected colour
temperature
Green level for
selected colour
temperature
Blue level for
selected colour
temperature
Graphic horizontal
resolution enquiry
Graphic vertical
resolution enquiry
Graphic horizontal
sync frequency
Graphic vertical
sync frequency
OSD turn off
Set gamma data
for user defined
gamma curve
nnnnn |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xb3,
n|
“r” | “R” |
“?”
nnnnn (* 0.5 hour)
Reset
Query
Select colour temperature =
value
Reset
Query
0xb4,
Set the level of the red channel
for the selected colour temp. =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set the level of the green
channel for the selected colour
temp. =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Set the level of the blue channel
for the selected colour temp. =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Horizontal resolution (in pixels)
in 3 digit hex number
Vertical resolution (in lines) in 3
digit hex number
Horizontal sync frequency (in
units of 100Hz) in 3 digit hex
number
Vertical sync frequency (in units
of Hz) in 3 digit hex number
Turn off the OSD.
Query gamma data for color c
index mm ( c = 0 for color Red,
c=1 for color Green,
c=2 for color Blue)
Set user gamma curve to linear
Set gamma data for color c
index mm. (If c= 3, then gamma
data for red, green & blue will be
set at the same time.)
Read BIOS version
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xb5,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xb6,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xb7
0xb8
0xb9
0xba
0xbd
0xbf, mm, c, “?”
0xbf, “R” | “r”
0xbf, mm, c, nn
Query firmware
version
0xcb, “0”
Main selected.
“0” – 9300K.
“1” – 8000K. (Default)
“2” – 6500K.
“3” – 5000K.
Red level for selected colour
temperature.
Green level for selected colour
temperature.
Blue level for selected colour
temperature.
“nnn” = horizontal resolution
“nnn” = vertical resolution
“nnn” = horizontal frequency
“nnn” = vertical frequency
“1” – successful.
“nn” = gamma data
“1”
“nn” = gamma data
BIOS version “VV.YY.ZZ”
VV = V0 or E0,
V0 = Release version
E0 = Engineering Sample
YY= Version Number
Backlight
Brightness control
Backlight On/Off
0xe0,
nn | “+” | “-” |
“r” | “R” |
“?”
0xe1,
“0” | “1” |
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Set Backlight =
value/increment/decrement
Reset
Query
Backlight Off / Backlight On
/Status
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ZZ= Customer Number
Set backlight brightness to “10”
Æ 0xe0 0x31 0x30
* Need to short JB5 to 3-4 closed
for enabling the backlight
brightness control.
* Apply for inverter control
voltage in range of 0~5V.
“0” – Backlight Off
“1” – Backlight On.
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”?”
“?” – Backlight On/Off Query
3. Other control
Function
Auto-setup
Command
0xc3
Command
availability
Auto-calibration
0xc4, nn
Soft Power On/Off
Query video input
status
0xc5
0xc8,
“0” | “1” |
“?”
0xc9
Description
Start auto-setup of current
vmode.
Check whether a command is
available.
Start auto-calibration of gain of
the RGB amplifier.
Soft power
off/on
query
Query the status of the primary
& pip status
Acknowledge (if enabled)
“0” – fail.
“1” – successful.
“0” – not available.
“1” – available.
“0” – fail.
“1” – successful.
“0” – soft power off.
“1” – soft power on.
“nn,nn” = input status
“nn,xx” digit = primary status:
“0”,”0” : invalid
“A”,”1” ARGB
“A”, “2” ARGB 2
“B”,”1” Composite
“C”,”1” S-video
“D”,”1” HD/SD Component
“F”,”1” DVI
“xx,nn”= PIP input status:
“0”,”0”: invalid
“1” – successful.
Reset to factory
0xce
Reset all parameters to default
defaults
value
n = 1-byte ascii-coded hex number, e.g., parameter value of 0x1 is represented by “1” (0x31).
mn or nn = 2-byte ascii-coded hex number, e.g., parameter value of 0x1e is represented by “1”, “e” | “E” (0x31,
0x6e|0x4e).
Hex to ASCII conversion table
Hex
ASCII
Hex
0x30
0
0x41
0x31
1
0x42
0x32
2
0x43
0x33
3
0x44
0x34
4
0x45
0x35
5
0x46
0x36
6
0x47
0x37
7
0x48
0x38
8
0x49
0x39
9
0x4A
0x4B
0x4C
0x4D
0x4E
0x4F
0x50
0x51
0x52
0x53
0x54
0x55
0x56
0x57
0x58
0x59
0x5A
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ASCII
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Hex
0x61
0x62
0x63
0x64
0x65
0x66
0x67
0x68
0x69
0x6A
0x6B
0x6C
0x6D
0x6E
0x6F
0x70
0x71
0x72
0x73
0x74
0x75
0x76
0x77
0x78
0x79
0x7A
ASCII
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
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Hex
0x2B
0x2D
0x3F
ASCII
+
?
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Appendix III – Mapping definition
•
Definition of Mapping A :
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•
Definition of Mapping B :
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Appendix IV – Auto Color Gain
The Auto Color Gain function is supported in the ARGB mode only and is designed to
calibrate the controller to the incoming video signal. In order to calibrate correctly, the display must be
displaying an image containing both black and white data (see illustration below) when the function is
used. The internal processor of the video controller chip will then execute a process to adjust the
relative values of the RGB signals to achieve the best performance. The parameters of the corrected
RGB values are then stored in the controller and are unaffected by the Reset Factory Defaults
function.
Warning - If the Auto Color Gain is executed without an appropriate image being displayed, then the
process will set incorrect values and the display colors will be distorted. If this occurs, then it can
either be corrected by performing the process correctly or if this is not possible then the Reset Color
Gain function can be used. This function will reset the stored RGB values to a set of approximate
values.
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Appendix V – Inverter Interface Board P/N 416040010-3
[OPERATE UNDER 12VDC POWER INPUT ENVIRONMENT]
The Inverter interface board provides interface to drive up the high current
consumption panel inverter in excess of 3.5A. This board enables current of up to 8
Amps to be managed safely while retaining the capability for inverter dimming and
management of the inverter enable signal according to VESA DPMS standards.
Additionally, the inverter interface board provides over-voltage protection via a
resettable fuse when the input voltage exceeds 13V and reverse polarity protection
against accidental misconnection.
Connector Type :
CNA1, CNB2 : JST 4 ways, B4B-XH-A
CNB1 : JST 5 ways, B5B-XH-A
CNB3 : JST 8 ways, B8B-XH-A
PP1 : PWR 4 way
PP2 : Terminal Block 2 poles x 2
PP3 : PWR 2 ways
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Illustrated Diagram
PP1 - 12VDC power supply – input, Power header 4 ways 0.156” pitch
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+12VDC
2
+12VDC
3
Ground
4
Ground
PP2 – Alternate 12VDC power supply – input, Terminal Block 2 poles
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+12VDC
2
+12VDC
3
Ground
4
Ground
PP3 – 12VDC power supply to controller – Output, Power header 2 ways, 0.156” pitch
PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
+12VDC
2
Ground
CNA1 - Inverter interface to controller, JST B4B-XH-A
PIN
SYMBOL
DESCRIPTION
1
NC
2
AUX_GND
3
AUX_GND
4
AUX_Vcc
CNB1 – Inverter interface to controller, JST B5B-XH-A
PIN
SYMBOL
1
GND
2
BL_ON
3
BLCTRL
4
BVR_WIP
5
BVR_A
No connection
Ground
Ground
+5V DC, 500mA max
DESCRIPTION
Ground
Backlight power
Backlight on/off control signal
Backlight brightness VR pin WIP
Backlight brightness VR pin A
CNB2 – Inverter interface to backlight inverter, JST B4B-XH-A
PIN
SYMBOL
1
VLCD12
2
AUX_GND
3
AUX_GND
4
AUX Vcc
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DESCRIPTION
Panel power
Ground
Ground
+5V DC, 500mA max
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CNB3 – Inverter interface to backlight inverter, JST B8B-XH-A
PIN
SYMBOL
1
VLCD12
2
VLCD12
3
GND
4
GND
5
VLCD12
6
BLCTRL
7
BVR_WIP
8
BVR_A
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DESCRIPTION
Panel power
Panel power
Ground
Ground
Panel power
Backlight on/off control signal
Backlight brightness VR pin WIP
Backlight brightness VR pin A
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WARRANTY
The products are warranted against defects in workmanship and material for a period of three (3) year from the date of
purchase provided no modifications are made to it and it is operated under normal conditions and in compliance with the
instruction manual.
The warranty does not apply to:
•
Product that has been installed incorrectly, this specifically includes but is not limited to cases where electrical short circuit
is caused.
•
Product that has been altered or repaired except by the manufacturer (or with the manufacturer’s consent).
•
Product that has subjected to misuse, accidents, abuse, negligence or unusual stress whether physical or electrical.
•
Ordinary wear and tear.
Except for the above express warranties, the manufacturer disclaims all warranties on products furnished hereunder, including
all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular application or purpose. The stated express warranties are in
lieu of all obligations or liabilities on the part of the manufacturer for damages, including but not limited to special, indirect
consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use of or performance of the products.
CAUTION
Whilst care has been taken to provide as much detail as possible for use of this product it cannot be relied upon as
an exhaustive source of information. This product is for use by suitably qualified persons who understand the nature
of the work they are doing and are able to take suitable precautions and design and produce a product that is safe
and meets regulatory requirements.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The manufacturer’s liability for damages to customer or others resulting from the use of any product supplied hereunder shall in
no event exceed the purchase price of said product.
TRADEMARKS
The following are trademarks of Digital View Ltd:
•
Digital View
•
SP-1600
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CONTACT DETAILS
USA:
Digital View Inc.
18440 Technology Drive
Building 130
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
USA
Tel: (1) 408-782 7773
Fax: (1) 408-782 7883
Sales: ussales@digitalview.com
EUROPE:
Digital View Ltd
6 Marylebone Passage
London
W1W 8EX
UK
Tel: (44) (0)20 7631 2150
Sales: uksales@digitalview.com
ASIA:
Fax: (44) (0)20 7631 2156
Digital View Ltd
th
16 floor Millennium City 3
370 Kwun Tong Road
Kwun Tong
Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2861 3615
Fax: (852) 2520 2987
Sales: hksales@digitalview.com
WEBSITE
www.digitalview.com
Brand names belong to their respective owners.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
15 th issue: 21 June, 2011 (SP-1600 manual.doc)
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