Viewtronix SXT1811 User`s guide

SXT1811
18.1” SXGA TFT NEMA 4/12
Flat Panel Monitor
User’s Guide
301810(B) (was document no. 920A0008 version 1.0), revised 08/00
Viewtronix
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for damage caused by misuse or improper use of its products.
WARRANTY
Viewtronix warrants to Customer that the Products will be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one year from date of invoice. Customer’s
exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty is that Viewtronix will either (i) repair or replace, at its option,
any Product which fails during the warranty period because of such defect (if Customer promptly reported
the failure to Viewtronix in writing) or, (ii) if Viewtronix is unable to repair or replace, Viewtronix will refund
the purchase price of the Product upon its return to Viewtronix. This warranty does not apply to any
Product which has been subjected to misuse, abnormal service or handling, or which has been altered or
modified in design or construction, or which has been serviced by anyone other than Viewtronix. The
warranty set forth herein is in lieu of, and exclusive of, all other warranties, express or implied.
Document No. 301810(B) (was 920A0008 version 1.0),
Released 08/00
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Table of Contents
WARRANTY ..................................................................................................................................................2
Table of Contents ..........................................................................................................................................3
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................4
Video Modes Supported ................................................................................................................................4
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................5
Front and Side View of Monitor .....................................................................................................................6
Installation of Monitor ....................................................................................................................................6
Cutout Pattern for Monitor .............................................................................................................................7
Front Panel Controls......................................................................................................................................7
Mode and Image Adjustment ........................................................................................................................8
Summary of On Screen Display (OSD) Functions ........................................................................................9
VGA Input Connector Pin Out .....................................................................................................................12
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Introduction
The SXT1811 is an 18.1” SXGA (1280 x 1024) TFT industrial flat panel monitor for use in NEMA
4 and NEMA 12 applications. Graphics and text can be displayed on the monitor in up to 16.7 million
colors and in the modes listed below. Additionally, PAL NTSC and SECAM video can be displayed either
full screen or as a picture in picture overlaid on the PC screen. When the monitor is being driven in
modes other than SXGA, it will automatically expand and scale the image to fill all 1280 x 1024 pixels.
The unit is fully self-contained needing only to be panel mounted in an appropriate enclosure and
connected to 120/240 VAC and a VGA source. The monitor features a bright 200-nit LCD display with
50,000-hour backlights and conveniently located front panel controls with on screen menus for easy set
up and adjustment. Viewing angle is 160 degrees vertical and 160 degrees horizontal. The SXT1811 is
available with an optional integrated analog resistive touch screen, 304 stainless steel bezel and 1836VDC input. Each SXT1811 is shipped complete with user manual, mounting hardware and all cables.
Monitors equipped with touch screens are shipped with drivers for Windows 95 , 98 and Windows
NT .
Video Modes Supported
MODE
VGA
VESA
640 x 480
IBM
720 X 400
SVGA
VESA
800 x 600
XGA
VESA
1024 x 768
SXGA
INTERLACED
VESA
1280 X 1024
HORIZONTAL
SYNC RATE
KHZ
VERTICAL SYNC
RATE
Hz
DOT
FREQUENCY
MHZ
31.5
37.9
37.5
43.3
31.5
37.9
35.1
37.9
48.1
46.9
53.7
48.4
56.5
57.5
60.0
68.7
35.5
64.0
78.1
80.0
60
72
75
85
70
85
56
60
72
75
85
60
70
72
75
85
87
60
72
75
25.175
31.500
31.500
36.000
28.322
35.500
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
65.000
75.000
75.000
78.780
94.500
44.900
108.000
135.000
135.000
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EXPANSION FACTOR
Vertical
HORIZONTAL
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2
1.7
1.7
1.5
1.5
1.25
1.25
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Specifications
DISPLAY
Parameter
Specification
Display Size
18.1” Diagonal
Active Area
14.134” (H) x 11.307” (V)
Pixel Format
1280 (H) x 1024 (V) Pixels (1 Pixel = R + G + B Dots)
Brightness
200 Nit Typical
Back Light Life
50,000 Hrs Typical
Contrast Ratio
300:1 Typical
Viewing Angle
160 Degrees Vertical and Horizontal
Number Colors
16.7 Million
PHYSICAL
PARAMETER
SPECIFICATION
Monitor Outside Dimensions
15.70” (H) x 18.51” (W) x 3.73” (D)
Monitor Weight
28 Pounds
Operating Temperature
0 ~ 50 Degrees Centigrade
Storage Temperature
-20 ~ 60 Degrees Centigrade
Relative Humidity
< 95%, Ta < 40 Degrees Centigrade, < 85%,40 < Ta < 50 Degrees Centigrade
Operating Vibration
5 ~ 500 Hz, 1G
Operating Shock
15G for 11ms
Operating Altitude
10,000 Feet Above Sea Level
ELECTRICAL
PARAMETER
SPECIFICATION
Input Voltage
90 ~ 264 VAC, 47 ~ 440 Hz (18-36 VDC Optional)
Input Power
85 W
Compliance
Parameter
Specification
NEMA Rating
NEMA 4/12 From front when properly installed in an enclosure. (Optional Stainless
Steel Bezel Available)
EMC
FCC Part 15, Class A / Industry Canada ICES-003 Issue 2, Rev. 1 / EN61000-4-2, 4-3,
4-4 / EMC Directive 89/336/EEC (Pending)
Safety
UL-1950 / CUL/CSA 22.2 950 M93/ EN60950 / Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
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Front and Side View of Monitor
18.51"
3.35"
Viewtronix
POWER
MENU
SEL UP
SEL DN
DEC
INC
OFF SET
UP
I
O
15.70"
ON
Installation of Monitor
This monitor is intended to be mounted in and used where NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 type
enclosures are employed. When mounted properly, the monitor meets or exceeds the sealing
requirements set forth in the NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 specifications. The monitor uses “U”-shaped clips
and a special gasket to achieve the proper seal.
To install the monitor, make a cutout per the diagram below in one of the walls of your NEMA
enclosure. Enclosures made of heavier gauge metal work better in that they won’t deform or bend as
easily when the monitor’s sealing gasket is compressed. Next hold the monitor in place while you install
the mounting clips. Tighten the clips in a cross pattern. This will help to develop an even pressure on the
sealing gasket. Tighten the clips to the point were the back of the monitor’s front bezel just begins to
contact the front of the NEMA enclosure. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN AS DAMAGE CAN RESULT IN THE
MONITOR CAUSING LOSS OF SEALING INTEGRITY.
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Cutout Pattern for Monitor
PANEL CUT OUT
17.74"
+/- .02"
14.93"
+/- .02"
Front Panel Controls
INCREASE - INCREASES THE VALUE
OF THE SELECTED MENU ITEM
ALSO INCREASES CONTRAST
DECREASE - DECREASES THE VALUE
OF THE SELECTED MENU ITEM
ALSO DECREASES CONTRAST
SELECT DOWN - MOVES THE SELECTED
MENU ITEM DOWN TO THE NEXT ITEM
ALSO INCREASES BRIGHTNESS
SELECT UP - MOVES THE SELECTED
MENU ITEM UP TO THE NEXT ITEM
ALSO DECREASES BRIGHTNESS
MENU - TURNS ON SCREEN
DISPLAY MENU ON OR OFF
POWER ON LED
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Mode and Image Adjustment
Not all video controllers produce exactly the same video output levels or the same timing. The
following procedure can be used to select the desired video mode as well as optimize your monitor’s
image quality. When adjusting your monitor, the use of video test software such as DisplayMate for
Windows by SONERA Technologies can be very beneficial.
The SXT1811 automatically adjusts to most incoming video signals. Usually, only brightness, contrast
and phase need to be adjusted by the user. “On Screen Programming” helps make setup and adjustment
of these settings easy. The menus are selected and the menu items are adjusted using the buttons
located on the monitor’s front panel. These buttons are enabled or disabled by a rocker switch labeled
“SET UP” located on the side of the monitor. This feature is provided to inhibit tampering once the
monitor is in actual use. Turn the SET UP switch to the ‘On’ position to enable set up and adjustment. If
you are using a “Plus and Play” operating system adjust your desktop display settings to the following
before connecting the SXT1811 to your computer:
Vertical Refresh:
Resolution:
60Hz
1280 x1024
If you are using a “Plug and Play” operating system, the monitor type and default settings are
automatically detected by the operating system. If you are not using “Plug and Play”, set your monitor
type to:
Manufacture:
Model:
Vertical Refresh:
Resolution:
(Standard monitor type)
Super VGA 1280 x 1024 @75Hz
60Hz
1280 x1024
Once the monitor is powered up, press the menu button. After the On Screen Display (OSD)
menu appears select the “Brightness and Contrast” function by continuing to depress the menu button
until it’s graphic is highlighted.
Once this graphic is highlighted the following image will appear:
Brightness
Increase/decrease panel brightness level, total: 100 steps
Contrast
Increase/decrease panel contrast level, total: 100 steps
Use the ⇑ and ß buttons to select either contrast or brightness. Now use ⇐ and Þ buttons to set
the desired level. Once brightness and contrast have been set the phase should be adjusted. Continue
pressing the menu button until “Frequency and Phase” graphic is highlighted.
Once this graphic is highlighted the following image will appear:
Frequency
Adjust the image horizontal size
Phase
Fine-tune the data sampling position (adjust image quality)
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Use the ⇑ and ß buttons to select phase. Now use ⇐ and Þ buttons to fine-tune the image quality. After
completing this adjustment, exit the set up menu by either waiting about five seconds without further
button depressions or by hitting the menu button and scrolling until the Exit graphic is highlighted. Once
the following graphic is highlighted press the Þ to exit.
Summary of On Screen Display (OSD) Functions
Brightness and Contrast :
Brightness
Increase/decrease panel brightness level, total: 100 steps
Contrast
Increase/decrease panel contrast level, total: 100 steps
Color Temperature : 9500K / 8000K / 6500K / 5000K
Adjust the warmness of the image displayed. The higher temperature the coolest image looks like. The lower
temperature the warmest image looks like.
Video Adjustment :
(DISPLAYED IN VIDEO MODE ONLY)
Color:
adjust video color level
Tint:
adjust video tint level
Sharpness:
Video Type:
adjust video image sharpness level
change brand width to match the source
DVD / VCR
Frequency and Phase :
(DISPLAYED IN PC MODE ONLY)
Frequency
Adjust the image horizontal size
Phase
Fine tune the data sampling position (adjust image quality)
Video System : Select video system and input signals
AUTO
NTSC / NTSC 4.43
PAL / PAL M
SECAM
(DISPLAYED IN VIDEO MODE ONLY)
: automatic detection of NTSC and PAL system (not applicable in SECAM system)
: manual select NTSC system
: manual select PAL system
: manual select SECAM system
Status :
(DISPLAYED IN PC MODE ONLY)
Display graphic information: resolution and frequency
Position :
Image up/down
Image left/right
: Use ⇑ and to move the image vertically
: Use ⇐ and Þ buttons to move the image horizontally
Rotation :
(DISPLAYED IN VIDEO MODE ONLY)
Rotates the image from landscape format to portrait format.
Picture in Picture :
PIP Size
: Off / 1 / 2 / 3
PIP Source : Auto / Comp / SVid
(DISPLAYED IN PC MODE ONLY)
Select PIP window size: close, size 1, size 2 & size 3
Select video source to be display in PIP window:
Auto – automatic detection of Composite or S video
Comp – manual select composite video only
SVid – manual select S-video only
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Horizontal Position
adjust the position of the PIP window horizontally
Vertical Position
adjust the position of the PIP window vertically
Advanced PIP Settings :
Brightness
adjust the image brightness of the PIP window
Contrast
adjust the image contrast of the PIP window
Sharpness
adjust the image sharpness of the PIP window
Tint
adjust the color of the image of the PIP window
Color
adjust the tint of the image of the PIP window
Video Scaling :
Use the ⇑ and
(DISPLAYED IN VIDEO MODE ONLY)
arrow keys to select the following scaling modes.
Normal
Letterbox
Letterbox with Subtitles
Nonlinear Scaling Modes : Horiz Clipping / Horiz Offset / Horiz Stretch / Vert Clipping / Vert Offset /
Vert Stretch
Graphic Scaling Modes :
(DISPLAYED IN PC MODE ONLY)
Use the ⇑ and arrow keys to choose a scaler mode.
Use the ⇐ and Þ arrow keys to modify a following scaler parameters.
One to One
:
Horizontal Pan
Vertical Pan
Fill Screen
Fill to Aspect ratio
: enable full screen expansion for lower resolution Image
: enable fill screen expansion for lower resolution image according to aspect ratio.
Nonlinear Scaling Modes : Horiz Clipping / Horiz Offset / Horiz Stretch / Vert Clipping / Vert Offset /
Vert Stretch
Language : Select OSD menu language display
English only
Video source : Select the input video signal
Analog RGB / Component Video / Composite Video / S-Video
Utilities :
User Setting :
User Timeout
: adjust the OSD menu timeout period in a step of 5 seconds
DPMS
: Disable / Enable the DPMS function
Auto Source Select : Off / Low / High (disable or enable video source detection)
OSD Setting : OSD Horz Position
OSD Vert Position
OSD Background
:
move the OSD menu horizontally
:
: Translucent / Opaque
move the OSD menu vertically
Freeze Frame : Freeze the image (use “Þ” button)
Zoom
: Zoom level
: enable the zoom in function on the image displayed.
Use “Þ” button to zoom in the image.
Use “⇐ “button to decrease the zoomed image.
Horizontal Pan
:
Vertical Pan
:
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Direct Access #1: Define the hot key function (⇐ and Þ) for one of the following
adjustments : Brightness / Contrast / Volume / Freeze / Zoom / Video Source*
Direct Access #2: Define the hot key function (⇑ and ) for one of the following
adjustments : Brightness / Contrast / Volume / Freeze / Zoom / Video Source*
Display Orientation : Normal / Horizontal Inverse / Vertical Inverse / Inverse
Calibrate RGB Gain : Color Calibration (DISPLAYED IN PC MODE ONLY)
Load Factory Defaults : Recall factory default settings.
* By pressing the hot key, the source is in sequence of Analog RGB/Component Video/Composite Video/SVideo.
Volume :
Adjust the audio volume level (functions only if the audio add-on installed)
Exit menu
Pressing the Þ exits the main menu
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VGA Input Connector Pin Out
SIGNAL NAME
Red
Green
Blue
GND-Digital
GND-Red return
GND-Green return
GND-Blue return
GND-Digital
Hsync
Vsync
15-PIN D-SHELL
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