Siemens SCD 1297 Operating instructions

Operating Instructions
Control Panel SCD 1297-K (1)
Operating Instructions
SCD 1297-K (1) (Rack 19")
6AV8100-0BC00-0AA1
(Int.ID:6GF66240-7MA01)
SCD1297-KT (1)
6GF6240-7MB
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Contents
1.
Overview................................................................................................................... 5
1.1. Layout of this Handbook ............................................................................................ 6
1.2. Warnings and Safety Notes ....................................................................................... 7
1.2.1. Instructions for Handling Assemblies Susceptible to Electrostatic Shock............ 8
2.
General Installation.................................................................................................. 9
2.1. Removal of Packaging and Checking of Individual Parts........................................... 9
2.2. Installation of the Monitor......................................................................................... 10
2.2.1. Installation of the AC/DC-power supply unit or 24V DC/DC Converter.............. 12
2.3. Interfaces................................................................................................................. 13
2.3.1. VGA-Interface X1 .............................................................................................. 13
2.3.2. External Keyboard X2 ....................................................................................... 14
2.3.3. PC Interface Keyboard X3................................................................................. 14
2.3.4. PC Interface Mouse X4 ..................................................................................... 14
2.3.5. PC Interface Keyboard/Mouse (Long Distance) X27......................................... 15
2.3.6. Service Connector X6 ....................................................................................... 15
2.3.7. Power Supply X7 / X8 / X9 ................................................................................ 16
2.4. Connecting to the Computer System ....................................................................... 16
2.5. Electrical Installation ................................................................................................ 17
2.5.1. Installing the Keyboard and Mouse ................................................................... 17
3.
Operation and Alignment ...................................................................................... 18
3.1. Location of the Operation and Alignment Controls .................................................. 18
3.2. Integrated Foil keyboard .......................................................................................... 18
3.2.1. Programming the Keys...................................................................................... 18
3.2.2. Key Definition Table .......................................................................................... 19
3.2.3. Programming the LEDs ..................................................................................... 20
3.3. Integrated Mouse (Finger-mouse) ........................................................................... 22
3.4. Display Alignment .................................................................................................... 22
3.4.1. Aligning the Display via an External Keyboard.................................................. 22
3.4.2. OSD-Menu ........................................................................................................ 23
3.4.3. Quick-OSD-Menu-Functions ............................................................................. 24
3.4.4. OSD-Menu-Function ......................................................................................... 25
4.
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.
Technical Data ....................................................................................................... 27
Display module ........................................................................................................ 27
Power Supply........................................................................................................... 27
Operating Conditions ............................................................................................... 27
Protection................................................................................................................. 28
Enclosure................................................................................................................. 28
Input Signal (Video) ................................................................................................. 28
EU Declaration of Conformity on EMC..................................................................... 29
Additional Licensing................................................................................................. 29
5.
Appendix ................................................................................................................ 30
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Figures
Fig. 2: Connecting the SCD 1297-K to the computer system over a short distance....................... 16
Fig. 3: Connecting the SCD 1297-K to the computer system over a longer distance ..................... 17
Fig. 4: Key definition table ............................................................................................................. 19
Fig. 8: Keyboard matrix ................................................................................................................. 30
Fig. 10: MF2 key numbers............................................................................................................. 31
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1. Overview
The SCD 1297-K is a control panel for PC-compatible computer systems and can be used as a man
machine interface (MMI) platform for a wide variety of visualisation systems. Special interfaces make
it possible to have the SCD 1297-K in a different location as the computer system. Ninety-four keys
and a “finger mouse” are provided for software control and operation. The 94 keys can be individually
configured.
The SCD 1297-K was developed and constructed especially for industrial applications. Its compact
19” rack format enables it to be used in applications where a complete computer system would be
unsuitable, due to space or environmental restrictions or where the computer and operating interface
must be in different rooms.
As is the case for all industrial systems, the SCD 1297-K has been designed to withstand the
particular demands placed on such equipment, e.g., it is resistant to electromagnetic radiation and
can withstand a large temperature range. The TFT-LCD display in this control panel minimises picture
geometry distortion and colour patches. The screen remains flicker-free even at the low refresh rate of
50 Hz. Images of higher or lower resolution than that of the screen will be contracted or expanded to
fit on the display.
The SCD 1297-K can display up to 256k (16.7 million using interpolation) colours simultaneously
allowing true colour images and videos to be displayed without limitations. The SCD 1297-K contains
special hardware to convert the incoming VGA signal into a form recognisable to the display controller
thus guaranteeing compatibility with standard CRT monitors.
A clear and easy-to-use OSD (On Screen Display) is used to adjust the alignment of the display. The
“Automatic Alignment” feature removes the necessity for tedious adjustments of picture position and
phase, etc. At the press of a button, the monitor performs the alignment automatically.
The SCD 1297-K is equipped with an active 12.1” colour TFT display module with a resolution of
800x600 pixels. The VESA DPMS power management system allows significant reduction in power
consumption when the synchronisation signal from the computer has been switched off, compared
with that under “normal” operation.
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1.1. Layout of this Handbook
This handbook should be kept within reach when installing and operating the SCD 1297-K. It has
been laid out so that even inexperienced users can find the information they require. Chapters are
clearly arranged according to subject.
In detail, the chapters are arranged as follows:
•
Chapter 1 Introduction
This chapter provides a brief description of the SCD 1297-K, including its properties,
application areas and special features.
•
Chapter 2 Installation
This chapter is mainly concerned with preparing the LCD monitor for use, its installation, cabling
and connection with the computer system.
•
Chapter 3 Operation
All operation and adjustment possibilities for the SCD 1297-K are described here. Instructions on
how to program the foil keys are also included.
•
Chapter 4 Technical Data
This chapter contains technical details such as dimensions, power supply, environmental
considerations and EMC data.
Important:
We have gone to great lengths to match the quality of the documentation to the high
standard of this product. We are grateful for the support of our customers.
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1.2. Warnings and Safety Notes
Transport
The LCD monitor should only be transported in its original packaging. This is the only way to ensure it
will be protected against shocks and rough treatment.
Setting up
When installing, it should be noted whether any moisture (condensation) has entered the unit during
transport or storage. Additional important installation information can be found in the “Technical Data”
chapter.
EMC
This is a Class A piece of equipment and conforms to the regulations concerning interference
emission and interference resistance for industrial equipment.
Repairs
Before the unit is opened, it must be switched off and the power supply disconnected. Only authorised
persons may open the unit.
Additions or changes to the unit may damage the system or affect its EMC behaviour.
Cleaning
The unit must be isolated from the power supply before cleaning. If heavily soiled, the SCD 1297-K
can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Care must be taken to ensure that no moisture
enters the unit during cleaning.
Scouring powders and solvents must never be allowed to come in contact with the unit. The inside of
the unit is to be cleaned by qualified service technicians only.
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1.2.1. Instructions for Handling Assemblies Susceptible to
Electrostatic Shock
Most of the assemblies within the SCD 1297-K contain components which can be destroyed
by electrostatic voltages. It is also possible for the assemblies to be damaged in such a way
that total failure does not occur.
If you (as an authorised service technician) are handling such assemblies, then the following
precautions should be observed:
•
When such assemblies are being handled, a means of electrostatic discharge must be available.
This can be, for example, an earthed object, which can be touched to discharge electrostatic
voltages.
•
This also applies to all tools used (insulated). They must also be discharged at an earthed object.
•
When assemblies are removed or added to the system, the unit must always be switched off and
the power supply cable unplugged.
•
The vulnerable assemblies should always be held by their edge. Avoid touching tracks and
contact pins.
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2. General Installation
Preparation for installing the LCD monitor includes the following points:
•
Removal of all packaging
•
Checking of components for damage
•
Comparison of components received with those on the delivery note
•
Connection to the computer system and power supply
•
Building into your system, bearing in mind technical and ergonomic aspects
2.1. Removal of Packaging and Checking of Individual Parts
After unpacking all the delivered components, they should be checked for completeness and for
possible transport damage (visual inspection). If any deficiencies are found then please contact the
service department given on the delivery note. Have the delivery note number, serial number and a
description of the deficiency to hand.
The original packaging should be kept for future transportation.
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2.2. Installation of the Monitor
The SCD 1297-K is a 19” rack module and is mounted in a standard 19” cabinet. Guide rails are not
necessary.
SI EM EN S
25
Bracket for mounting the AC/DCpower supply unit
Fig. 1: Dimensions of the SCD 1297-K
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Thermal Problems
In order that the SCD 1297-K maintains an optimum operating temperature while in use, air must be
allowed to circulate freely around the enclosure. This is especially important for the rear of the unit. A
convection current must be allowed to circulate around the enclosure
Please bear in mind that increased temperatures can lead to defects and to a significant reduction in
the lifetime of the monitor.
EMC Problems
This unit has been designed for building into an industrial system. The operator of the entire plant is
responsible for maintaining electromagnetic compatibility according to EMC laws.
Safety Problems
All voltage and signal connections must ad here to legal requirements.
Ergonomics
The screen should be easily viewable from all sides without reflections.
A high-quality 75-ohm coaxial cable must be used for the VGA signals. Low quality cables can result
in interference and shadowing on the display.
2.2.1. Installation of the AC/DC-power supply unit or 24V DC/DC
Converter
Either an AC/DC power supply unit or a DC/DC converter can be used to supply the control panel with
24VDC. If an AC/DC power supply unit is used, it is attached to the enclosure using the bracket
indicated in Fig. 1 on page 10
If the DC/DC converter, which is delivered with the unit, is to be used then it should be inserted below
the AC/DC power supply unit shown in Fig. 1, so that the 24V connector is accessible. The DC/DC
converter should then be screwed to the enclosure using to the two holes provided for the bracket.
Insert the DC/DC converter under
the cover
The cable from the AC/DC power
supply unit (12VDC) or from the
DC/DC converter is plugged
directly into the socket (power) on
the SCD 1297-K. It should be
secured using a pull-relief.
Screwholes for the DC/DC converter
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2.3. Interfaces
Buttons for OSD
X8
X9 X2 X27 X4 X3 X1
X6
X7
2.3.1. VGA-Interface X1
The VGA interface is a standard 15-pin female HD-D-type connector.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Signal
Video input RED
Video input GREEN
Video input BLUE
Not used
Not used
GND (RED)
GND (GREEN)
GND (BLUE)
Not used
GND
Not used
Not used
H-Sync.
V-Sync.
Not used
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2.3.2. External Keyboard X2
A standard PS2 keyboard can be connected at the rear of the unit. This keyboard will then work in
parallel with the built in keyboard on the front of the unit.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
Data
GND
+5V
CLK
-
2.3.3. PC Interface Keyboard X3
This interface provides the keyboard connection to the computer system and is a standard
PS2 female connector. A standard PS2 cable (male-male) with a maximum length of 5m
should be used to connect the unit with the computer system.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
Data
GND
+5V
CLK
-
2.3.4. PC Interface Mouse X4
This interface provides the mouse connection to the computer system and is a standard PS2
female connector. A standard PS2 cable (male-male) with a maximum length of 5m should
be used to connect the unit with the computer system.
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
Signal
Data
GND
+5V
CLK
-
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2.3.5. PC Interface Keyboard/Mouse (Long Distance) X27
This interface is used when the computer system and the control panel are separated by
more than 5m. The mouse and keyboard signals are transmitted via a common cable. A
standard CAT5/6/7 ethernet cable with an RJ45 connector is used. If this interface is used
the PC must have a corresponding receiver which can convert the incoming signals back to
standard keyboard and mouse signals (see page 17)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal
KBD-DATA+
KBD-DATAMOUSE-DATAKBD-CLK+
KBD-CLKMOUSE-DATA+
MOUSE-CLKMOUSE-CLK+
2.3.6. Service Connector X6
This female connector is used for updating the SCD 1297-K software.
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2.3.7. Power Supply X7 / X8 / X9
Power is supplied to the SCD 1297-K via a DC connector, X7, on the rear of the unit. The DC input
(12V) has been design to make it impossible to connect the supply voltage the wrong way round.
As described in Chapter 2.2.1 on page 12, the SCD 1297-K can be supplied using an AC/DC power
supply unit or a DC/DC converter.
X7
X8
X9
DC input (12V)
AC input (100-240V)
DC input (24V)
2.4. Connecting to the Computer System
The monitor has been tested and set up at the factory. Therefore, all the remains to be done before
using the unit is to connect all the necessary cables, such as the power supply, mouse, keyboard and
video (VGA) to the connectors provided. These connections must adhere to EMC regulations.
There are two possible ways of connecting to the computer system. If the cable between the SCD
1297-K and the computer system is less than 5m long then standard PS2 cables can be used.
However, it should be noted that these interfaces have not been designed for industrial environments.
External interference can affect the computer system or even put it out of operation. Use a X27
connection (see fig. 3)
SCD 1297-K
X2
Computer
system
X1
VGA
X3
Keyboard (PS2)
X4
X8/X9
Mouse (PS2)
Power
max. 5m
Fig. 2: Connecting the SCD 1297-K to the computer system over a short distance
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If the control panel and the computer system are further apart or if there are strong interference fields
in the vicinity then the second variation using the special interface (long distance, X27) should be
used for the mouse and keyboard. Here, both mouse and keyboard signals are transmitted over one
cable, a standard CAT 5/6/7 ethernet cable (note the signal configuration).
X2
Computer
system
SCD 1297-K
X1
VGA
Keyboard ( PS2)
Keyboard/
mouse
signal
converter
X27
X8/X9
Mouse ( PS2)
Power
Up to 20m
Fig. 3: Connecting the SCD 1297-K to the computer system over a longer distance
2.5. Electrical Installation
Before applying power to the SCD 1297-K, check that all connectors are plugged in correctly and
secured. If a VGA signal is present, a picture should appear immediately on the display.
2.5.1. Installing the Keyboard and Mouse
When a computer starts up it usually checks and initialises the keyboard and mouse. If either is not
connected or is connected incorrectly, the computer’s start up procedure may stop or else the input
device may not be available after it has been subsequently connected. This is especially applicable
when a mouse is connected to a PC compatible computer after it has booted up.
The keyboard and/or the mouse should not be plugged in or unplugged while the computer is running.
This could result in misinterpretation of the keyboard codes/mouse signals.
Therefore, the control panel should always be switched on before or at the same time as the
computer system so that the keyboard and mouse are recognised and initialised correctly.
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3. Operation and Alignment
This chapter contains a description of the operating and alignment functions.
3.1. Location of the Operation and Alignment Controls
The operating controls such as the keyboard and mouse are accessible from the front of the unit.
Buttons for aligning the display are located on the rear of the unit. The location of the 4 keys for the
OSD can be seen in Fig. 1: Dimensions of the SCD 1297-K on page 10. The display can also be
aligned using an externally connected PS2 keyboard.
3.2. Integrated Foil keyboard
The integrated foil keyboard has 94 keys which can each be defined separately. The keys can be
separated into two groups. One group consists of the so-called softkeys, which are located to the left
of, to the right and above the display. These keys can be labelled with the help of a slide in strip. The
second group of keys is already labelled.
The softkeys and the HELP, SHIFT and ACK keys also have an LED each which can be switched on
and off via the keyboard interface.
3.2.1. Programming the Keys
All the keys in the integrated foil keyboard can be freely programmed. A small DOS program,
“TCLOAD.EXE” is used to program the keys via the keyboard interface. The keys are defined in an
editable list or an Excel table. This is read and interpreted by the DOS program, which then sends
these definitions to the control panel.
Key definition
TXT File
DOS-Program
TCLOAD.EXE
Exceltable
Save
as...
Control panel
SCD 1297-K
TXT File
Important
The TCLOAD.EXE program can only read and process text files. Therefore, in Excel, it is necessary
to save the table using “Save as...” and to select the file type “Formatted text (space delimited)”.
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3.2.2. Key Definition Table
Various keywords, characters and syntax are used in the table. The table, which is supplied with the
control panel, contains definitions for all of the keys with permanent labels.
; Key table for control panel XXY at plant ZYX
;
#Name Simatictable 23
;
;Basic level, level 0
;
X (0...11) Y (0...7)
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
MF-II Key No.
0
19
0
38
0
17
0
18
0
11
0
6
0
83
0
76
Flags
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
T
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
Comments
E
K
Q
W
0
5
Cursor Up
Delete
Fig. 4: Key definition table
The table consists of a header in which the user can enter information as comments, the key
definition table for the first key level and the key definition table for the second key level. The key,
which will be used to switch between the two levels, is defined between the tables for the two key
levels.
Keywords/characters
#Name
#Level1
The table can be given a name here. This name is stored in the control panel and is used
for subsequent identification of the loaded table.
The key (co-ordinates) used to switch between the two levels follows this keyword.
Example: #Level1 8 6
i.e. the key, X=8, Y=6, will be used as the shift key.
;
A semi-colon indicates the start of a comment.
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Syntax of a table entry
X key co-ordinate
Y key co-ordinate
Key number
Flag
Comment
The individual entries like X key co-ordinate and Y key co-ordinate must be separated by a space.
Key co-ordinates
This matrix co-ordinate specifies the key to be defined.
Fig. 5 on page 30 in the appendix shows all the SCD 1297-K keys and their co-ordinates.
Key number
The key number refers to the equivalent MF2 key. Fig. 6 on page 31 in the appendix shows the key
numbers for a standard MF2 keyboard.
Only key numbers are exchanged between a computer and a keyboard. The definition of a key, i.e.,
whether a “Z” or a “Y” appears on the screen is determined by tables (keyboard drivers) stored in the
computer.
Flags
The flags define specific behaviour, e.g., which control key should also be activated when this key is
pressed:
R,r
L,l
G,g
A,a
C,c
T,t
Right shift key
Left shift key
AltGr key
Alt key
Control key / Strg key
Autorepeat, Typematic
Comment
Comments begin with a semi-colon character, “;”. The end of line character (CR or CR/LF) indicates
the end of the comment.
3.2.3. Programming the LEDs
The foil keyboard has 39 LEDs which are arranged in combination with some of the keys. These
LEDs can be used, for example, as receipt or ready signals.
The LEDs are switched via the keyboard connection between the computer and the control panel, in a
similar manner to the programming of the keys. A special command has been implemented for driving
the LEDs since, in the MF2 specification, there are only NumLock, CapsLock and ScrollLock LEDs.
This command enables the individual LEDs to be switched on and off.
The correlation between LED number and LED position is shown in
Fig. 5 on page 30.
The special command for LED data is 0xEA followed by 10 bytes of LED information.
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Protocol
0xEA
B1H
B1L
B2H
B2L
B3H
B3L
B4H
B4L
B5H
B5L
0xEA
: Special command
BxH, BxL : LED Information in ASCII-Hexformat (H= high, L=low)
Important: Each of the LED bytes, B1 to B5 is in ASCII hex format, i.e. for each LED byte, ‘Bx’, two
bytes of data are transmitted.
For each byte that the contral panel receives from the computer, a receipt byte (oxFA) is sent back.
The correlation between the LED bytes B1 – B5 and the individual LEDs is shown below:
Byte
B1.0
B1.1
B1.2
B1.3
B1.4
B1.5
B1.6
B1.7
B2.0
B2.1
B2.2
B2.3
B2.4
B2.5
B2.6
B2.7
B3.0
B3.1
B3.2
B3.3
LED
LED40*
LED39
LED38
LED37
LED36
LED35
LED34
LED33
LED32
LED31
LED30
LED29
LED28
LED27
LED26
LED25
LED24
LED23
LED22
LED21
Taste
Shift
ACK
Help
F20
F19
F18
F17
F16
F15
F14
F13
F12
F11
F10
F9
F8
F7
F6
F5
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Beispiel
0 ,B1L’
1 A = 0x41
0
1
1 ,B1H’
0 1 = 0x31
0
0
1 ,B2L’
0 D = 0x44
1
1
0 ,B2H’
0 4 = 0x34
1
0
0 ,B3L’
1 E = 0x45
1
1
Byte
B3.4
B3.5
B3.6
B3.7
B4.0
B4.1
B4.2
B4.3
B4.4
B4.5
B4.6
B4.7
B5.0
B5.1
B5.2
B5.3
B5.4
B5.5
B5.6
B5.7
LED
LED20
LED19
LED18
LED17
LED16
LED15
LED14
LED13
LED12
LED11
LED10
LED9
LED8
LED7
LED6
LED5
LED4
LED3
LED2
LED1
Taste
F4
F3
F2
F1
S16
S15
S14
S13
S12
S11
S10
S9
S8
S7
S6
S5
S4
S3
S2
S1
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Beispiel
1 ,B3H’
1 B = 0x42
0
1
0 ,B4L’
0 0 = 0x30
0
0
1 ,B4H’
0 D = 0x44
1
1
0 ,B5L’
0 8 = 0x38
0
1
1 ,B5H’
1 F = 0x46
1
1
*: There is no LED40 on the foil keyboard.
ASCII - Kodierung: 0 ... 9 => 0x30 ... 0x39; A ... F => 0x41 … 0x46
Samples:
all LED „ON“
0xEA, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46, 0x46
all LED “OFF”
0xEA, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30, 0x30
Sampel (X= LED “ON“):
0xEA, 0x31, 0x41, 0x34, 0x44, 0x42, 0x45, 0x44, 0x30, 0x46, 0x38
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3.3. Integrated Mouse (Finger-mouse)
The “finger-mouse” on the front of the control panel fulfils the same function as a standard Microsoftcompatible 2-button mouse. The mouse is moved using the central positioning surface. The surface
should be pressed in the desired direction. The degree of pressure applied translates to the speed at
which the mouse moves. The buttons to either side correspond to the left and right mouse buttons.
Left mouse button
Mouse positioning
surface
Right mouse button
3.4. Display Alignment
Since there are no standards for video output signals from VGA cards, the first time the unit is
switched on, it automatically adjusts to the graphic card in use.
3.4.1. Aligning the Display via an External Keyboard
As already mentioned, the OSD can be operated from an external MF2 keyboard. The cursor keys
are used to navigate in the OSD (see Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht gefunden werden.Keys
for the OSD menu, on page Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.)
In order to activate the OSD via an external keyboard, the keys CRTL, ALT and “M” should be
pressed simultaneously.
If no other keys are pressed within 10 seconds then the display switches back to the normal keyboard
mode. The OSD also disappears from the display after around 10 seconds (depending on the setting
in the utility menu).
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3.4.2. OSD-Menu
The „On Screen Display“ OSD is a menu system, which is shown on the display. With the
help of OSD and the described controls elements, all adjustments of the monitor are
executable. There are just 4 keys S1 to S4 to control the OSD.
OSD-Menu / Quick-OSD-Menu
In addition to the OSD menu there are more possibilities to adjust important functions like
brightness, contrast and automatic adjustment directly via a Quick-OSD-menu.
Function(s) of the control keys:
<+>
Increase value, menu navigation (go to sub menu / go to right)
Invoke Quick-OSD-menu: To execute an automatic adjustment
<->
Decrease value, menu navigation (go to left)
MENU
Invoke OSD
Menu navigation (switching between main- and sub-menu)
SET
Menu navigation (go down)
Invoke Quick-OSD-menu: Brightness and contrast adjustment
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3.4.3.
Quick-OSD-Menu-Functions
Following adjustments can do via the Quick-OSD-menu:
Brightnes
Contrast
Auto adjust
Invoke via key <SET>
Function
Adjustment/value
Description
Contrast
Range:
0
via key <+>/<->
to
100 Contrast adjustment
Brightness
Range:
0
via key <+>/<->
to
100 Brightness adjustment
Invoke via key <+>
Function
Adjustment/value
Automatic
image
adjustment
Press key <+> to start the Perform
an
automatic
image
adjustment
adjustment. Adjustment of frequency,
phase and image position.
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3.4.4. OSD-Menu-Function
Invoke via key <MENUE>
Main menu
Function
Adjust function / value / range
Picture 1
Brightness
setting
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
range:
adjust brightness
Contrast
setting
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
range:
adjust contrast
change contrast between dark and light colors
H Position
setting
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
range:
move picture in horizontal direction
V-Position
setting
range
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
:
move picture in vertical direction
Phase
setting
range
0 to 31 through key (+/-)
:
adjust phase of input signal
Frequency
setting
950 to 1050
through key (+/-)
Picture 2
Sharpness
range
(dependent
to
Description
:
picture)
adjust frequency of input signal
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
adjust sharpness of the picture by using no. 1 to 5
Gamma
Linear or CRT
correction of gamma curve
value of colors will be forwarded to the display
Color temperature
5000
1=sharp, 5= soft
-
6500
–
9300
-
VAR
color
temperature
/
adjust
color
three defined and one adjustable color temperatures are for
selection
activate „VAR“ - for RGB shows up a adjustment beam.
100 % (50% correspond to factor 1)
Option 1
0 to
OSD
select between nine defined OSD positions f
OSD H-Position
setting
range
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
:
move OSD-menu in horizontal position
define position OSD
OSD V-Position
setting
range
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
:
move OSD-menu in vertical position
OSD timeout
5 ... 60 seconds
adjust time after the OSD menu is automatically fade out
the adjustment ensures between 5 to 60 s in steps of5 s.
OSD background
Opaque – Transparent
select
background
color
of
the
OSD
menu
you have the choice between transparent and colored
background.
Backlight
setting
range
0 to 100 through key (+/-)
Noise suppression
ON - OFF
:
adjust
brightness
ob
backlight
display
herewith you can match the brightness of the picture with the
brightness of the room.
Standard adjustment OFF.
By ON: Activate the function noise suppression. This function
suppresses interference at the sync signal lines to avoid
A new auto adjustment during short interference.
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Main menu
Function
Adjust function / value / range
Description
Option 2
DPMS
ON – OFF
Display Power Management System (DPMS) on or off
If DMPS activated, the monitor is turn off (backlight) when a
synch signal is left. The screen is dark.
Source scan
OFF – ON – Standard
Standard: ON
Note: To scan new video source is not relevant because the
monitor has one RGB input source only.
Choose the background color of the screen when no input signal
is present.
Blank color
red – reen – blue – black
Display
–
Display resolution (not from the input source)
Info signal source
ON – OFF
Input source icon on or off
The icon is shown when input signal are changed. The icon
shows the following information’s:
Utilities
Language
Englisch – German
Calibration
<+> press
-
signal source (e.g. RGB analog)
-
Mode number (internal mode number of the timing list)
-
Image resolution of the input signal
-
H- and V-frequency
OSD language
Adjustment of the internal A/D converter
(following the menu instruction)
Factory reset
Installation
Mode
RGB-
<+> press
Reset of values like brightness, contrast,.. to default values
<+> press
Enter a new timing which is not in the internal timing table. This
function should used, when the shown image resolution is not
the resolution are expect.
When press <+> the sub menu expect 9 timing parameter.
When <+>,
Hand
Frequency
V-
–
Show the H- and V-Frequency of the present input signal.
H/V-total, H/V-start
–
Show the used timing parameter of the present input signal
Option
Var. RGB-Mode inactive, Mode1, Mode2,
Mode3
Inaktiv: used the internal timing table only
Mode1: use the timing parameter and perform a complete auto
adjustment. (usually used)
Mode2: use the timing parameter and perform an auto
adjustment without an automatic image position adjustment.
Mode3: use the timing parameter and perform an auto
adjustment without an automatic frequency adjustment.
H-resolution
100 to 2000 through key (+/-)
Horizontal image resolution (important parameter)
V-resolution
100 to 2000 through key (+/-)
Vertical image resolution (important parameter)
H-total
100 to 2500 through key (+/-)
Whole pixel per line (important parameter)
H-Start
0 to 750 through key (+/-)
Number of Pixels from H-sync start to image start
V-Start
0 to 500 through key (+/-)
Number of lines from V-sync start to image start
Install
Info
<+> press
Activate the feed timing parameter
test pattern
<+> press
Show a test image
Firmware,
Resolution, Timing
–
Show the firmware version and timing data of the present input
signal
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4. Technical Data
4.1. Display module
Type
Active colour TFT-LCD
Diagonal size
30.8 cm (12.1")
Display area (WxH)
246.0 x 184.5 mm
Resolution
800 x 600 pixels
Pitch
0.33 x 0.33 mm²
Colours
262144
Backlight
2xCCFT (Cold Cathode
Fluorescent Tube)
Brightness (typical)
approx. 250 cd/m²
4.2. Power Supply
Input voltage DC (X7)
10 – 14VDC
Input voltage AC (X8)
100 –240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Input voltage DC (X9)
18 – 36VDC
Power consumption DC(normal
operation)
approx. 25 W
Power consumption DC(StandBy)
approx. 7 W
4.3. Operating Conditions
Operating temperature
+5 to +45°C
Storage temperature
-25 to +60°C
Humidity
Max. 95% (non condensing)
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4.4. Protection
Protection class - front
IP65
Protection class - rear
IP20
4.5. Enclosure
Weight
approx. 4.5 kg
Enclosure material
Aluminium
4.6. Input Signal (Video)
Level
0.7Vss RGB analog at 75Ω
Bandwidth
140 MHz (-3 dB)
Impedance
75 Ω
Synchronisation
-
Sep. Sync. (TTL)
-
Sync on green
-
Composite Sync
H frequency
30 to 75 kHz
V frequency
50 to 100 Hz
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4.7. EU Declaration of Conformity on EMC
Product
LCD-Monitor
SCD 1297-K
Test foundations
EU framework guidelines
No. 89/336/EWG
No. 92/031/EWG
No. 73/23/EWG
No. 93/68/EWG
Harmonised standards EN 50081-2
used
(EN55022 Class A)
Interference emissions
Interference resistance
EN61000-6-2
EN610003-2
EN610003-3
EN 60950
Edition 11/1997
Safety
This piece of equipment also fulfils the requirements of FCC Class A.
4.8. Additional Licensing
This piece of equipment has CE, UL and CUL licensing (corresponds to CSA).
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5. Appendix
Fig. 5: Keyboard matrix
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