Sharp PC-9800T Specifications

TECHNICAL MANUAL (ver.2.0)
Plasma Display:
PDP-V402/V402E
Down converter:
PDA-4003
Tilted cradle:
PDK-4001
Metal fixture for ceiling-hanging type plasma display: PDK-4002
PDK-4003
PDK-4004
PDP bracket:
PDK-4005
Metal fixture for wall-hanging type plasma display:
PDK-4006
Mobile cart:
PDK-5008
Multiple mounting fixture for plasma display:
PDM-4001
Protective filter:
PDA-4002
Speaker system:
PDP-S03-LR
This manual gives precautions, general information, and examples for installation and handling of the plasma display
and its metal fixtures.
Carefully examine the structure, material, strength, and environmental conditions for the site at which the display is to
be installed before selecting an installation method. If the site is unsatisfactory, venders should not sell or install the
equipment.
For safety
In this manual, this symbol indicates important
precautions. Read these precautions carefully.
Note:
• We are not responsible for damage caused by defective
parts supplied by third parties.
• The performance of the equipment is guaranteed only
when assembly and adjustment are performed as
described herein.
• The specifications and descriptions given in this
technical manual are subject to change without notice.
[Installation]
¶ We sell this equipment on the assumption that it
will be installed by a specialist with adequate training.
The equipment must be installed by trained vendors
or by your dealer.
¶ We are not responsible for injuries or damage
resulting from choice of unsuitable installation sites,
problems in assembly and installation, improper
installation, or natural disasters.
Contents
Features .................................................................................................................................................................. 4
specifications .......................................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1 List of specifications ..................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Outline drawing ............................................................................................................................................ 7
2.3 Part names ................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.4 Various pin arrangements ............................................................................................................................. 9
2.5 Remote control ........................................................................................................................................... 10
2.6 Remote control case .................................................................................................................................. 11
Installation ............................................................................................................................................................ 12
3.1 Installation environment ............................................................................................................................. 12
3.2 Installation conditions ................................................................................................................................. 14
3.2.1 Radiation .............................................................................................................................................. 14
3.2.2 Calculating calorific values ................................................................................................................... 14
3.2.3 Installation position .............................................................................................................................. 15
3.2.4 Strain on surface where equipment is installed ................................................................................... 17
3.3 Installation procedure ................................................................................................................................. 18
3.3.1 Precautions for transportation .............................................................................................................. 18
3.3.2 Unpacking ............................................................................................................................................ 18
3.3.3 Wiring ................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.4 Special installations .................................................................................................................................... 24
3.4.1 Fixing on a structure ............................................................................................................................ 24
3.4.2 Wall hanging ........................................................................................................................................ 26
3.4.3 Wall embedding ................................................................................................................................... 30
3.4.4 When the display is put in a box ......................................................................................................... 34
3.4.5 Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment) ................................................................................ 38
3.4.6 Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment) ...................................................................... 42
3.4.7 Ceiling suspension (using wires) .......................................................................................................... 46
3.4.8 Installation with the screen downward ................................................................................................ 48
3.4.9 Ceiling embedding ............................................................................................................................... 50
3.4.10 Installation on the floor ...................................................................................................................... 52
3.4.11 Installation under the floor ................................................................................................................. 54
3.4.12 Installation under the floor (using the PDM-4001) ............................................................................. 58
3.4.13 Horizontal connections ....................................................................................................................... 60
3.4.14 Vertical connections ........................................................................................................................... 61
Mounting stadard metal fixtures ........................................................................................................................ 62
4.1 Functions and features of standard metal fixtures ..................................................................................... 62
4.2 Handling standard metal fixtures ................................................................................................................ 64
4.2.1 Precautions on handling metal fixtures ................................................................................................ 64
4.2.2 Precautions for vendors performing the installation ............................................................................ 64
4.3 Stand (an accessory to PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) ..................................................................................... 65
4.3.1 Installing the stand ............................................................................................................................... 65
4.3.2 Outer-dimensions diagram (Unit: mm) ................................................................................................. 66
4.4 Down converter PDA-4003 ........................................................................................................................ 67
4.4.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 67
4.4.2 Outline drawing (Unit: mm) .................................................................................................................. 68
4.4.3 The outline from setting up to adjusting of down converter ................................................................ 69
4.4.4 Before using the down converter ........................................................................................................ 71
4.4.5 Mounting on the plasma display .......................................................................................................... 72
4.4.6 When mounting using only this device ................................................................................................ 75
4.4.7 Repackaging procedure ....................................................................................................................... 77
4.4.8 Operating a down converter ................................................................................................................ 78
4.5 Tilting stand: PDK-4001 .............................................................................................................................. 82
4.5.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 82
4.5.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) ................................................................................................... 82
4.5.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ................................... 83
4.6 One-sided, ceiling-suspension metal fixture for the plasma display: PDK-4002 ........................................ 86
4.6.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 86
4.6.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) ................................................................................................... 87
4.6.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display
(same procedure as for the PDK-4003) ............................................................................................. 88
4.7 Double-sided, ceiling-suspension metal fixture for the plasma display: PDK-4003 .................................... 92
4.7.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 92
4.7.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) ................................................................................................... 93
4.7.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ................................... 93
4.8 Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for the plasma display (head screw type): PDK-4004 ............................. 94
4.8.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 94
4.8.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) ................................................................................................... 94
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4.8.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ................................... 95
4.9 PDP bracket: PDK-4005 .............................................................................................................................. 98
4.9.1 Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 98
4.9.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ................................... 99
4.10 Wall hanging metal fixture for the plasma display : PDK-4006 ............................................................... 104
4.10.1 Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 104
4.10.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ............................... 105
4.11 Mobile cart:PDK-5008 ............................................................................................................................ 110
4.11.1 Specification ..................................................................................................................................... 110
4.11.2 Assembling and mounting the metal fixtures, and mounting the plasma display ........................... 111
4.11.3 Mounting procedure ........................................................................................................................ 112
4.11.4 In case of mounting an optional protective filter .............................................................................. 114
4.12 Partition Multiple installation fixture ....................................................................................................... 116
4.12.1 Specification ..................................................................................................................................... 116
4.12.2 Outer dimensional drawing [Unit: mm] ............................................................................................ 117
4.12.3 Installation conditions ...................................................................................................................... 118
4.12.4 Before installation and assembly .................................................................................................... 121
4.12.5 Installation and assembly ................................................................................................................. 122
4.13 Protective filter: PDA-4002 ..................................................................................................................... 142
4.13.1 Specifications and features (Protective filter: PDA-4002) ................................................................ 142
4.13.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ............................... 142
4.13.3 Mounting the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with PDA-4002 mounted ................................................... 145
4.14 Speaker system: PDP-S03-LR ................................................................................................................ 146
4.14.1 Before operation .............................................................................................................................. 146
4.14.2 Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 146
4.14.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ............................... 147
4.14.4 Precautions for mounting various metal fixtures
after the optional speakers are attached to the plasma display main body ..................................... 150
Adjustment ......................................................................................................................................................... 154
5.1 Before Beginning Adjustments ................................................................................................................ 154
5.1.1 Operating mode ................................................................................................................................. 154
5.1.2 Combination in use of remote, unit operating panel, and PC ............................................................ 155
5.1.3 List of adjustable items ...................................................................................................................... 156
5.1.4 Picture quality and white-balance adjustment memory ..................................................................... 157
5.1.5 Phase-adjustment memory ................................................................................................................ 158
5.1.6 Last memory ...................................................................................................................................... 159
5.1.7 Aging .................................................................................................................................................. 160
5.2 Menu mode .............................................................................................................................................. 162
5.2.1 Various adjustments and setting ........................................................................................................ 162
5.3 Integrator mode ........................................................................................................................................ 166
5.3.1 Adjustments and setting in the integrator mode ............................................................................... 166
5.3.2 Precautions ........................................................................................................................................ 175
5.4 RS-232C adjustment mode ..................................................................................................................... 176
5.4.1 Precaution .......................................................................................................................................... 176
5.4.2 Interface ............................................................................................................................................. 176
5.4.3 RS-232C commands table ................................................................................................................. 178
5.4.4 List of GET commands ...................................................................................................................... 180
5.5 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK ................................................................................................................................. 182
5.5.1 Functions ........................................................................................................................................... 182
5.5.2 Setting method .................................................................................................................................. 182
6.1 Pseudo contour ........................................................................................................................................ 183
6.2 Precautions ............................................................................................................................................... 184
Warning
• To prevent damage or injury, carefully read and follow this manual and all labels provided on the main display
body before undertaking assembly, installation, movement, or adjustment.
• To prevent fire and electric shock resulting from moisture infiltration, never use this system outdoors.
• To prevent injury, take care when handling the system's sharp edges.
• When installing the system at a height, create an off-limits zone to prevent injury or secondary damage in case of
falling equipment.
• To prevent fire and electric shock, never place foreign objects within or make modifications to the equipment.
• Always observe the following operating environmental conditions:
Temperature : 0 °C to 40 °C
Humidity
: Relative humidity 20% to 80%
• Make sure the site is well-ventilated, and take care to maintain adequate ventilation following installation.
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Features
Features and functions of the plasma display (PDP-V402/V402E)
¶ Layout Freedom and Slim Design
Layout freedom is enhanced by providing the highest level of thinness and lightness in the industry (Thinness: 88
mm, Weight: 30.8 kg).
The thin, light form of the plasma display panel provides immediate improvement of operating conditions by increasing
the potential installation locations and style coordination for smooth integration into a variety of applications.
¶ Materialization of higher luminance and picture quality
Improved efficiency of the driving current provides even higher luminance.
Adoption of a black stripe and improved filters provides better daylight contrast and color fidelity.
¶ Flexible Response to a Wide Band of Input Signals
VIDEO signals and 640 x 480 dot (VGA) PC signals are displayed with great clarity.
Connection of the exclusive high performance down converter (Scheduled for release soon) enables broad response
up to 1024 x 768 dot (XGA) PC signals, and provides the optimum solution for sharp resolution to prevent loss of
information such as fine characters and lines.
¶ Best display for industrial and public purposes
Our plasma display (PDP-V402/V402E) is specifically designed for use as an industrial display. It has been designed
to provide the following features:
• An aspect ratio of 4:3 optimal for use as a public display
• A versatile mounting structure and metal fixtures permitting wall or vertical installation
• Equipped with integrator mode that enables fine adjustment of white-balance
• Provided with RS-232C as an external control interface
• Color temperature (white-balance) changeover function to allow retakes
• Equipped with a full set of input/output terminals (four input systems and one output system) capable of
handling a wide range of applications
• Operating state monitoring function
• Priority input auto switching mode
• Key lock function to prevent tampering
• OSD (On Screen Display) ON/OFF function
Our plasma display has been designed for durability and reliability, features required in industrial displays. Its features
and quality allow use in a wide range of applications and locations.
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Features
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List of specifications
2.1 List of specifications
Light emission panel ...... 40-inch plasma display panel
Aspect ratio ............................................................. 4:3
No. of pixels ................... 640 × 480 (adaptable to VGA)
Pixel pitch
........... 1.26 (horizontal, RGB trio) × 1.26 (vertical) mm
No. of gradations ................................ 256 gradations/
16,770,000-color full color
View angle ............................ Horizontal : 160° or more
Vertical : 160° or more
Input/output terminals
RGB Input
1 BNC Terminal R, G, B (fixed to 75 Ω input)
Analog R, G, B (fixed 75 Ω input, G-on Sync input)
HD (H/V SYNC), VD (switching between 75 Ω /2.2 kΩ
input)
Switch VD according to the sync output impedance
of the connector. Switch VD to 2.2 kΩ except when
the sync output impedance is 75 Ω. (The terminal is
factory-set to 75 Ω.)
2 Mini Dsub 15P
Analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 Ω input, G-on Sync input
(Sync 0 - 3 Vp-p)
Synchronization:
HD, VD 2.2 kΩ input, 2.0 - 5.0 Vp-p (Positive/Negative),
G-on Sync switch (G-on Sync ON/OFF Change over)
Turn the switch on only if images become greenish
(when the G-on Sync signal is applied) at RGB2 input.
Under normal circumstances, the switch is left off.
(The switch is factory-set to G-on Sync OFF.)
Video input ...... Single-system BNC terminal 75 Ω input
Composite 1 Vp-p
Y/C input .......... Double-system BNC terminal 75 Ω input
Control input .... Dsub 9P (RS-232C control)
Video output .... Single-system BNC terminal 75 Ω output
(Note: Up to four units, including the unit
to which the signal is first input, may be
connected when the equipment is
connected in series using this output
terminal. However, increasing the
number of connected units may increase
the noise.)
Applicable sources
1 Video system: NTSC <PAL/NTSC Dual>
2 Computer system
1.Resolution
AT-compatible: VGA (640 dots × 480 lines)
Macintosh:
13-inch mode (640 dots × 480 line)
PC-9800:
Normal mode (640 dots × 400 line)
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2. Synchronizing frequency:
AT-compatible: 31.5 kHz (horizontal), 59.9 Hz (vertical)
37.9 kHz (horizontal), 72.8 Hz (vertical)
37.5 kHz (horizontal), 75 Hz (vertical)
Macintosh:
35 kHz (horizontal), 66.7 Hz (vertical)
PC-9800:
24.8 kHz (horizontal), 56.4 Hz (vertical)
31.5 kHz (horizontal), 70.1 Hz (vertical)
Does not accommodate the interlaced mode of the computer.
Some types of computer have multiple indication modes.
However, some modes cannot be displayed even if the computer
meets the specifications. Please contact your dealer for further
information.
Power source ...................... 100 to 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz
<220 to 240 V AC , 50/60 Hz>
Inrush ................................ 70 A or less <30 A or less>
Power factor ............................................ 0.95 or more
Power consumption .............. 350 W (in standby: 2 W)
Outer dimensions ........ 916 (W) × 714 (H) × 88 (D) mm
Weight .............................................. 30.8 kg <31.6 kg>
Operating environment temperature range
..................................................................... 0 to 40 °C
Operating environment humidity range
.................................... Relative humidity 20% to 80%
Operating environment air pressure range
.................................... 0.8 - 1.1 atmospheric pressure
Storage conditions (plasma display panel alone)
Storage ambient temperature range
-20 to 60°C (Temperature gradient (10°C/hr. or less)
Storage ambient humidity range
.......................... 20 to 90% (without condensation)
Storage ambient air pressure range
............................... 0.6 - 1.5 atmospheric pressure
Storage conditions (Package state)
Storage environment temperature range
............................................................ –40 to 60 °C
Storage environment humidity range
............................... Relative humidity 20% to 90%
Storage ambient air pressure range
............................... 0.6 - 1.5 atmospheric pressure
Storage stack limit ............................ maximum of 10
Accessory
Power cord (PDP-V402 only) ........................................ 1
Remote control ............................................................ 1
Remote control case .................................................... 1
AA battery .................................................................... 2
Stand ............................................................................ 2
Bolt ............................................................................... 2
Washer ......................................................................... 2
Cable clamp .................................................................. 3
Operating Instructions .................................................. 1
Warranty card ............................................................... 1
• Specifications and appearance are subject to change
without notice.
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Outline drawing
2.2 Outline drawing
Plasma display main body weight : 30.8 kg <31.6 kg>
Material : Front - Plastic, Back - plate
Treatment : Front - Leather satin gray paint, Back - Semi-matte black paint (Coating colors should be according to
Pioneer's original color specification)
Packing specifications - See “3.3.2 Unpacking”
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604.8 (Effective picture size)
: Location of center of gravity
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<Light-accepting section
of the remote controller>
806.4 (Effective picture size)
<Operation panel
of the main body>
202.5
107
φ12 (the opening for infrared remote control signals)
24
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14.8
14-M8 (with φ16-hole rivet)
Rear View
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Part names
2.3 Part names
STANDBY
/ON
1
2
INPUT
3
MENU
4
ADJUST
5
SET
6
<Terminals and power supply section>
(The terminals and power supply section are located at the back of the plasma
display main body.)
7
OFF
8
ON
REMOTE
9 0
OFF
RGB-2
ON 75 (Ω) 2.2k
G ON SYNC
SYNC
-
VD
=
~
!
@
#
HD
B
G
R
C
(H/V SYNC) RGB-1 (ON SYNC)
Y/C
$
%
^
Y
OUT
VIDEO
IN
&
*
(
RS-232C
<Control Panel>
1 STANDBY/ON indicator
The indicator is red when in standby mode and turns
RGB-1 input terminals
0 Sync Signal Input Impedance switch (75 Ω/2,2 kΩ)
green when the power to the display is turned on.
2 STANDBY/ON button
- Vertical Sync Signal Input terminal: (75 Ω/2,2 kΩ,
switchable with the Sync Signal Input Impedance
Press to turn the power to the display on and off.
3 INPUT button
switch)
= Horizontal or Composite Sync Signal Input terminal:
Press to switch the various input functions.
4 MENU button
(75 Ω/2,2 kΩ, switchable with the Sync Signal Input
Impedance switch)
Press to enter the menu screen and exit from it.
5 ADJUST button
~ Blue Signal Input terminal: 75 Ω
! Green or Green with Sync Signal Input terminal (ON
Use the +/– buttons to adjust picture quality.
6 SET button
SYNC) :75 Ω
@ Red Signal Input terminal: 75 Ω
Press to finalize menu selections when adjusting
picture quality.
<Rear Panel Terminals/Connections to Power Source>
RGB-2 input terminals
7 Remote control out switch (ON/OFF)
This switch will output remote control commands from
the RGB-2 (D-SUB 15-pin) terminal to control external
peripheral devices planned for future sales release.
Normally be sure to use set to OFF.
8 MINI D-SUB 15-pin terminal
9 G on Sync mode selection switch (ON/OFF)
If the images become greenish when an external
device is connected to the RGB-2 input terminal, turn
ON the G on SYNC mode. Normally set to OFF.
8
Y/C input terminals
# Color Signal Input terminal: 75 Ω
$ Luminance Signal Input terminal: 75 Ω
VIDEO input/output terminals
% Video Output terminal: 75 Ω
^ Video Input terminal: 75 Ω
& Control Signal Input terminal (RS-232C)
* AC inlet
( MAIN POWER switch
Part names
2.4 Various pin arrangements
RGB-2 input terminal (mini D-sub 15-pin
connector: female)
Pin arrangement
5
1
10
1
5
6
15
Pin No.
RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connector: male)
Pin arrangement
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Signal
6
Pin No.
9
Signal
1
2
R
G
1
2
NC (not connected)
TxD (Transmit Data)
3
4
B
NC (not connected)
3
4
RxD (Receive Data)
NC (not connected)
5
6
GND
GND
5
6
GND
NC (not connected)
7
8
GND
GND
7
8
NC (not connected)
RTS (Reguest To Send)
9
10
NC (not connected)
GND
9
NC (not connected)
11
12
NC (not connected)
Remote control signal output (Note)
13
14
HD or H/V SYNC
VD
15
NC (not connected)
Note: This is a pin for controlling an external add-on
peripheral device to be released in the near future.
1 This can be turned ON/OFF with the remote out
switch 7.
When ''OFF'' is selected, it is NC (not connected).
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Remote control
2.5 Remote control
Power button
Turns power on or off.
VIDEO button
Sets Input Function to VIDEO
Input.
MENU button
Used to switch the menu
screen and normal screen.
ADJUST button
Used to adjust images.
STANDBY/ON
VIDEO
Y/C
INPUT
SELECT
RGB 1
RGB 2
MENU
RGB 1 and 2 buttons
These buttons set Input
Functions to RGB 1 (BNC
terminal) and RGB 2 (Mini DSUB terminal), respectively.
SET
Î
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Y/C button
Sets Input Function to Y/C input.
SET button
This button used to select an
adjustment item for picture
adjustment.
Remote control
2.6 Remote control case
Remove the peel-off paper from the double-sided tape on the back of the remote control case, and attach it on the
back of this display or on the installation metal fixture to use as a remote control storage case.
Remote
Example of attaching a
remote control case
Remote control case
Double-sided tape
(Note) Make sure not to block any air inlet hole with the remote control case.
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