Philips 202P75 22" real flat QXGA CRT monitor

electronic user's manual
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Safety & Troubleshooting
Safety and Troubleshooting Information
Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troubleshooting • Regulatory Information • Other
Related Information
Safety precautions and maintenance
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments, or procedures other than those
specified in this documentation may result in exposure to shock, electrical
hazards, and/or mechanical hazards.
Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your computer monitor:
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Disconnect the monitor from the power supply if the monitor is not to be used for an
extended period of time.
Do not attempt to remove the back cover, as you will be exposed to a shock hazard. The
back cover should only be removed by qualified service personnel.
Do not place objects on top of the monitor cabinet, objects could fall into vents or cover them
and prevent proper cooling of the monitor's electronic devices.
To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set, do not expose the monitor to rain
or excessive moisture.
Do not use alcohol or ammonia-based liquid to clean the monitor. If necessary, clean with a
slightly damp cloth. Disconnect the monitor from the power supply before cleaning.
When positioning the monitor, make sure the power plug and outlet are easily accessible.
Consult a service technician if the monitor does not operate normally when operating instructions of
this manual are followed.
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About This Electronic User's Manual
About This Electronic User's Manual
About This Guide • Other Documents You May Need • Notational Descriptions
About This Guide
This electronic user's guide is intended for anyone who uses the Philips Color Monitor. It describes
the monitor's features, setup, operation and all other information, which is the same exact
information described in our printed version.
The sections are as follows:
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Safety and Troubleshooting Information provides tips and solutions for common problems,
and other related information you may need.
About This Electronic User's Manual gives overview of what information are included as well
as notation icon descriptions and other documentation you can refer to.
Product Information gives an overview of the monitor's features and as well as the technical
specifications for this monitor.
Installing Your Monitor describes the initial setup process and gives an overview of how to
use the monitor.
On Screen Display provides information on adjusting the settings on your monitor.
Customer Care and Warranty is a list of worldwide Philips consumer information centers
along with the help desk phone numbers and information on the applicable warranty of your
product..
Glossary provides more information for technical terms.
Download allows users to install the entire manual on their hard drive.
Frequently Asked Questions provides answers to commonly asked questions.
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Other Documents You May Need
In addition to this Electronic User's Guide, you may need to refer to the following documentation:
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Philips Color Monitor Quick Start Guide which summarizes the steps for setting up the
monitor. This is included with this product.
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Notational Descriptions
The following subsections describe notational conventions used in this document.
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
Throughout this guide, blocks of text may be accompanied by an icon and printed in bold type or in
italic type. These blocks are notes, cautions, and warnings, and they are used as follows:
NOTE: This icon indicates important information and tips that help you make
better use of your computer system.
CAUTION: This icon indicates information that tells you how to avoid either
potential damage to hardware or loss of data.
WARNING: This icon indicates the potential for bodily harm and tells you how
to avoid the problem.
SMART HELP: This icon indicates helpful information when adjusting the On
Screen Display of your monitor.
Some warnings may appear in alternate formats and may be unaccompanied by an icon. In such
cases, the specific presentation of the warning is mandated by regulatory authority.
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About This Electronic User's Manual
©2005 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
All rights reserved. Reproduction, copying, usage, modifying, hiring, renting, public performance, transmission and/or
broadcasting in whole or in part is prohibited without written consent of Philips Electronics N.V.
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202P Product Information
Product Information
Product Features • Lead-free product • Technical Specifications • Automatic Power Saving • Physical
Specification • Pin Assignment • Product Views
Product Features
Model
Regulation
Color
202P70
TCO'03
Gray
202P73
TCO'03
Silver/Black
202P75
TCO'99
Black
202P7:
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22-inch (20.0" VIS) Real Flat color monitor featuring excellent front of screen performance for use with
MACs, PCs or Workstations
Autoscan covers horizontal frequencies up to 130 kHz offering a maximum resolution of 2048 x 1536
with flicker free display of 1920 x 1440 at up to 85 Hz
Real Flat High Contrast CRT with high-resolution 0.25 mm dot pitch.
Auto Calibrate extends the useful life of the monitor by automatically adjusting color and luminance to
original values.
Large screen display in a small footprint: World's shortest 22-inch Flat monitor with maximum depth of
only 476 mm/18.7"
sRGB for true on screen color representation.
FCC, CE (in selected countries only) and ISO9241, ISO14001 certified
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Lead-free product
Philips eliminated toxic substances like lead from its displays. Lead-free display helps protect your health and
promotes environmentally sound recovery and disposal of waste from electrical and electronic equipment.
Philips complies with the European Community stringent RoHS Directive mandating restrictions on hazardous
substances in electrical and electronic equipment. With Philips, you can be confident that your display device
does not harm the environment.
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202P Product Information
Technical Specifications*
CRT
• Size and deflection
• Dot pitch / Grille pitch
22 inch / 55 cm ; 90° deflection angle
0.25 mm
• Horizontal pitch
• Tube type
Flat shadow mask, spin coating, TCO, anti-static
• Phosphor
P22
• Recommended display area
15.4" x 11.6" / 392 x 294 mm
• Maximum display area
16.0" x 12.0" / 406 x 305 mm
SCANNING
• Horizontal scanning
30 - 130 KHz
• Vertical scanning
50 - 160 Hz
VIDEO
• Video dot rate
360MHz
• Input impedance
- Video
75 ohm
- Sync
4.7 kOhm
• Input signal levels
0.7 Vpp
Separate sync
• Sync input signal
Composite sync
• Sync polarities
Positive and negative
WHITE COLOR TEMPERATURE
Chromaticity CIE coordinates:
• at 9300 K degrees
x = 0.283 / y = 0.297
• at 6500 K degrees
x = 0.313 / y = 0.329
• at 5500 K degrees
x = 0.332 / y = 0.347
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202P Product Information
sRGB
sRGB is a standard for ensuring correct exchange of colors between different devices (e.g. digital
cameras, monitors, printers, scanners, etc.)
Using a standard unified color space, sRGB will help represent pictures taken by an sRGB compatible
device correctly on your sRGB enabled Philips monitors. In that way, the colors are calibrated and you
can rely on the correctness of the colors shown on your screen.
Important with the use of sRGB is that the brightness and contrast of your monitor is fixed to a
predefined setting as well as the color gamut. Therefore it is important to select the sRGB setting in the
monitor's OSD.
To do so, open the OSD by pressing the OK button on the front of your monitor. Use the down button
to go to Color temperature and press OK again. Then move the down button to go to sRGB and press
OK again.
Exit this OSD.
After this, please don't change the brightness or contrast setting of your monitor. If you change either
of these, the monitor will exit the sRGB mode and go to a color temperature setting of 9300K.
* These information are subject to change without notice.
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Automatic Power Saving
If you have VESA's DPMS compliance display card or software installed in your PC, the monitor can
automatically reduce its power consumption when not in use. And if an input from a keyboard, mouse or other
input device is detected, the monitor will automatically "wake up". The following table shows the power
consumption and signaling of this automatic power saving features:
Power Management Definition
VESA's Mode
Video
H-sync
V-sync
Power Used
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Power
Saving (%)
LED color
202P Product Information
Active
ON
Yes
Yes
Typical
125 W
0%
Green
Sleep
OFF
No
No
< 1W
99 %
Yellow
Switch Off
OFF
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< 1W
99 %
Off
This monitor is ENERGY STAR® compliant. As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, PHILIPS has
determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
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Physical Specifications
• Dimensions
19.7" x 19.7" x 18.7" / 501 x 502 x 476 mm
(including base)
19.7" x 18.0" x 18.7" / 501 x 458 x 476 mm
(excluding base)
• Weight
26 kg
• Power supply
100-240VAC, 60-50Hz
• Temperature
(operating)
5° to 35°C / 41° to 95°F
• Temperature
(storage)
-25° to +65°C / -13° to +149°F
• Relative humidity
5% to 95%
* Resolution 1280 x 1024, standard size, contrast max., brightness 50%, 9300°, full white pattern.
* These information are subject to change without notice.
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Pin Assignment
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The 15-pin D-sub connector (male) of the signal cable (IBM systems):
Pin
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Pin
No.
Assignment
1
Red video input
9
+5V (PC)
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Green video input&SOG
10
Sync ground
3
Blue video input
11
Identical output - connected
to pin 10
4
Identical output - connected
to pin 10
12
Serial data line (SDA)
5
Not connected
13
H. Sync / H+V
6
Red video ground
14
V. Sync (VCLK for DDC)
7
Green video ground
15
Data clock line (SCL)
8
Blue video ground
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Views
Follow the links to see various views of the monitor and its components.
Front View
Rear View
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Installing your Monitor
Installing your Monitor
Front View • Rear View
Front View
Power button switches your monitor on.
OK button which when pressed will take you to the OSD controls
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Contrast hotkey. When the UP arrow is pressed, the adjustment
controls for the CONTRAST will show up.
UP and DOWN buttons are used when adjusting the OSD of your
monitor
Brightness hotkey. When the RIGHT arrow is pressed ,the
adjustment controls for BRIGHTNESS will show up.
LEFT and RIGHT buttons, like the UP and DOWN buttons, are also
used in adjusting the OSD of your monitor.
By pressing both the UP and OK buttons, you can easily access the
Input Signals A and/or B.
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Rear View
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Installing your Monitor
1. D-Sub Port - Attach the D-Sub connector that comes with your monitor here.
Other end connects to your PC.
2. Power in - Attach power cable here.
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Installing your Monitor
3. BNC Connectors - Attach the connectors here to get the best video
performance from your monitor.
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On-Screen Display
On-Screen Display
Description of the On-Screen Display • The OSD Tree • The OSD Controls
Description of the On Screen Display
What is the On-Screen Display?
This is a feature in all Philips monitors which allows an end-user to adjust screen performance of
monitors directly though an on-screen instruction window. The user interface provides userfriendliness and ease-of-use when operating the monitor.
Basic and simple instruction on the control keys.
On the front controls of your monitor, once you press the
button, the On Screen Display (OSD)
Main Controls window will pop up and you can now start making adjustments to your monitor's
various features. Use the
or the
keys to make your adjustments within.
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The OSD Tree
Below is an overall view of the structure of the On-Screen Display. You can use this as reference
when you want to later on work your way around the different adjustments.
Your monitor may not include all the items in the OSD tree shown below.
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On-Screen Display
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On-Screen Display
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Customer Care and Warranty
Customer Care & Warranty
PLEASE SELECT YOUR COUNTRY/AREA TO READ THE WARRANTY COVERED:
WESTERN EUROPE: Austria • Belgium • Cyprus • Denmark • France • Germany • Greece •
Finland • Ireland • Italy • Luxembourg • the Netherlands • Norway • Portugal • Sweden •
Switzerland • Spain • United Kingdom
EASTERN EUROPE: Czech Republic • Hungary • Poland • Russia • Turkey • Bulgaria •
Slovakia • Slovenia
LATIN AMERICA: Antilles • Argentina • Brazil • Chile • Colombia • Mexico • Paraguay •
Peru • Uruguay • Venezuela
NORTH AMERICA: USA & Canada
PACIFIC: Australia • New Zealand
ASIA: Bangladesh • China • Hong Kong • India • Indonesia • Japan • Korea • Malaysia •
Pakistan • Philippines • Singapore • Taiwan • Thailand
AFRICA: Morocco • South Africa
MIDDLE EAST: Dubai • Egypt
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
1.
What does the "Designed for Windows" logo signify?
The "Designed for Windows" logo means your Philips monitor fulfills the requirements and
recommendations of the PC9x (97, 98, or 99) System Design Guide and passes stringent WHQL
tests.
2.
What is USB?
Think of USB as a smart plug for PC peripherals. USB automatically determines resources (like
driver software and bus bandwidth) required by peripherals. USB makes necessary resources
available without user intervention. Its three main benefits are:
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USB eliminates "Case angst," the fear of removing the computer case to install circuit board
cards - that often require adjustment of complicated IRQ settings -- for add-on peripherals.
USB does away with "port gridlock." Without USB, PCs are normally limited to one printer,
two Com port devices (usually a mouse and modem), one Enhanced Parallel Port add-on
(scanner or video camera, for example) and a joystick. More and more peripherals for
multimedia computers come on the market every day. With USB, up to 127 devices can run
simultaneously on a computer.
USB permits "hot plug-in." No need to shut down, plug in, reboot and run set up to install
peripherals. No need to go through the reverse process to unplug a device. Bottom line: USB
transforms today's "Plug-and-Pray" into true Plug-and-Play!
What is a USB hub?
Think of USB hub as a extension of USB ports. Normally, the PC provides only one or two USB ports.
To connect additional USB devices, you need a USB hub.
4.
What is Philips Monitors USB hub solution?
Increasingly, monitors include USB hub functionality. But not all users need or want a USB
hub. To give users freedom of choice, Philips provides an optional USB hub (type number
PCUH411). The USB hub consists of two parts that are normally connected: one is
functional, the other aesthetic. The aesthetic element is a removable cover. With the cover
removed, the USB hub can be attached to the base or pedestal of monitor. The attached
USB hub can be rotated to any position around the monitor's base. With this innovative
Philips solution, your USB hub is always within reach for convenient connection and
disconnection of USB peripherals.
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6.
What models are Mac compatible?
All listed Philips monitors are Mac compatible. BUT, you may need an adapter to connect the
monitor to your Mac system. Please contact your dealer/reseller for details.
7.
What is TCO?
TCO is a Swedish abbreviation for the Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees.
8.
What is MPR?
MPR is a Swedish abbreviation for the Swedish National Board of Measurement and
Testing.
9.
What are the differences between MPRII, TCO92, TCO95, TCO99 and TCO'03?
In the general hierarchy of standards, TCO'03/TCO99 is the highest level of certification.
Next is TCO95, which is "better" than TCO92, which, in turn, is better than MPRII. Below, we
compare the standards in each category.
-TCO 92 Phase out: June 30, 2000
-TCO 95 Will be end December 31, 2003
Emissions:
MPRII: Set low emission rules for visual displays.
TCO92: Imposed more stringent standards than MPRII.
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TCO95: Further toughened TCO92 rules.
TCO99: Delineated even more severe standards and test procedures than TCO95.
TCO'03: Same as TCO99 standard + Testing uncertainty.
Safety:
MPRII: No requirement.
TCO92/95/99/03: All set requirements.
Energy Saving:
MPRII: No requirement.
TCO92: Standby mode < 30W, Off mode < 8W
TCO95: Standby mode < 30W, Off mode < 8W
TCO99: Standby mode < 15W, Off mode < 5W
TCO'03:Standby mode < 15W, Off mode < 5W
Visual Ergonomics:
MPRII: No requirement.
TCO92: No requirement.
TCO95: Set ergonomic rules including minimum contrast level, flicker and jitter.
TCO99: Tightened TCO95 rules.
TCO'03: Tighten TCO99 rule for CRT and new requirement of screen color for TFT LCD
Monitors.
Ecology:
MPRII: No requirement.
TCO92: No requirement.
TCO95: Set general ecological standards including recycling preparation, environmental
policy and environmental certification.
TCO99: Further tightened TCO95 norms.
TCO'03:Require the recycling information to users.
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10. How do I enable the energy saving function?
Go to 'My Computer' and select 'Control Panel' followed by 'Monitor Control.' Select "All
default selection' and choose your Philips monitor model from the default driver list. Plug and
Play will automatically enable the EPA tick box for you. In DOS or Windows 3.1, you must
first make sure your PC supports power saving.
11. What is refresh rate?
"Refresh rate" describes the number of times an entire screen is vertically scanned each second. In
other words: If a monitor's refresh rate is 85 Hz, its screen is refreshed - or vertically scanned - 85 times
per second. A higher the refresh rate means better image stability and less flicker. A high refresh rate
helps users who work long hours in front of a monitor avoid eye fatigue and stress. To change the
refresh rate, go into "Start/Settings / Control Pannel / Display / Properties / Setting/Advance/Adaptor"
Windows settings of the computer, the monitor will automatically adjust itself to the video card.
12. Why does the picture on the screen appear to flicker?
A low refresh rate or electrical interference typically causes flickering in the picture. Possible solutions
include the following:
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Verify that the proper drivers are installed for your video card
Make sure that all electrical devices (such as mobile phones) are at least 1m from the
monitor
Place the monitor in another physical location away from electrical interference
Adjust the refresh rate to 75hz or higher.
13. How do I adjust my monitor's resolution?
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Available resolutions are determined by the capabilities of your video card and graphic driver. Under
Windows '95, you may select the desired available resolution through the 'Display properties/Settings'
menu.
14. How can I adjust the size, position and rotation of my screen?
Depending on the model you own, you can use your CustoMax Software, On Screen Display
(OSD) or control knobs located on the monitor.
15. What if I get lost when making monitor adjustments?
Simply press OK button then select "Reset to factory settings" to restore all settings.
16. What is LightFrame ?
LightFrame is a Philips technology breakthrough which offers a unique and revolutionary
solution for boosting a monitor 's brightness and sharpness. With LightFrameTM, the user
experiences TV quality performance for video or photos without deterioration to the monitor
's performance in windows used for other applications.
17. How does LightFrame
work?
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LightFrame consists of a software application and an Integrated Circuit (IC) embedded in
the monitor. Together, they boost brightness and sharpness in a user defined window or
screen area. Unique LightFrameTM technology dramatically improves photo and video
display quality.
18. Why is LightFrame
important to me?
With LightFrame , selected Philips monitors deliver TV quality video and photo display while
maintaining monitor performance for text-based applications. The result is that movies and
other video are brighter and livelier; photos are more vibrant and lifelike.
19. Will anyone else have this?
LightFrame was invented, developed and patented by Philips. It is a unique feature that
you will find exclusively in Philips monitors.
20. Will LightFrame
shorten the life of a monitor?
No. Extensive testing has confirmed LightFrame does not adversely affect monitor life.
Today's state-of-the-art Philips monitors employ improved phosphors and are designed for
high light output. LightFrame normally highlights photos and videos. Though the peak
brightness of the highlighted area is strongly increased, the average brightness - a
determining factor for cathode deterioration - is not normally increased. In any case, a
special Automatic Beam Limiter (ABL) circuit keeps a monitor 's maximum average
brightness within acceptable levels.
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21. I get a message warning that my monitor 'may not support LightFrame
certain my monitor does. What is wrong?
'. I am
Only a Philips driver can determine if your monitor is equipped with LightFrame ; a generic
Windows driver cannot. Install the special Philips driver that came with your monitor. If the
warning continues to flash after your Philips driver is installed, ignore the message.
LightFrameTM will function properly.
22. What will happen when my system is no longer connected to a LightFrame™
enabled monitor - for example, when I take my notebook on the road?
Philips exclusive LightFrame feature requires the combined operation of hardware that
resides in your monitor and software installed on your system. It only works when a monitor
with built-in hardware receives commands from system software. Without both the
LightFrameTM hardware equipped monitor and system software, the LightFrame
function.
does not
23. What is "XtraSpace Design" (XSD)?
XSD stands for XtraSpace Design, a Philips breakthrough that reduces a CRT display
device's footprint. Philips XSD monitors combine the world's smallest front-to-back footprint
with excellent front of screen performance.
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24. How did Philips achieve XtraSpace Design?
Philips achieved this breakthrough in reduced footprint CRT display devices through short
depth tubes and a focused design process that squeezed every excess millimeter out of XSD
monitor desk space requirements.
25. What is Philips monitors' solution for audio?
Not all users need multimedia capabilities. To give users freedom of choice, Philips provides
an optional Multimedia Base (type number: 6G3B10). The Multimedia Base replaces the
easily removable standard pedestal of the monitor.
26. Which models can be incorporated with the Multimedia Base?
The following models can be incorporated with the Multimedia Base: 109B5, 109E5,109F5,
107B5, 107E5,107F5, 107S5, 107T5.
27. What are Philips Multimedia Base's specifications?
See detailed Multimedia Base specifications on the product information page.
28. Why is a Multimedia Base better than separate speakers?
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The major advantage of the Multimedia Base is its minimal space requirements. In fact, it
hardly uses any extra space at all: monitor depth and width are unchanged. Only the
monitor's height is increased by only 3 centimeters.
29. Where can I buy a multimedia base to incorporate with my Philips monitor?
Please contact your dealer/reseller for details.
30. What does Auto Calibrate do?
It makes your monitor perform better and last longer. As a monitor becomes older,
brightness gradually deteriorates and its colors change. This well-known process effects all
monitors. Eventually after a number of years, the monitor's brightness deteriorates to below
50% of its original value. At this stage, the usable life of a monitor is considered ended. Auto
Calibrate regularly readjusts color temperature and luminance to their original values.
31. How does Philips Auto Calibrate feature benefit me?
With Auto Calibrate, it takes a monitor's luminance 33 percent longer to deteriorate to the 50
percent level that marks the end of a display device's useful life. Thanks to Auto Calibrate, a
monitor with a normal life of 10,000 hours, for example, would last for 13,300 hours, a full
one third longer.
32. How does Auto Calibrate work?
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During the calibration process, different predefined black and white images are displayed on
thescreen. The beam currents of the red, green and blue cannon are accurately measured
and compared to the original values stored in the monitor. By readjusting gain values of the
individual cannons, deviation is reduced to zero. Default values are stored during production.
If the user sets a new color temperature, this new value is saved as the new default value.
33. When should calibration be performed?
The calibration process takes less than six seconds. During this period, different specific
images are displayed. After the process is finalized, the original image is redisplayed.
Constant re-calibration is not required. Calibration should be performed after the monitor is
warmed up. Auto Calibration takes place when a monitor receives a signal indicating an
imminent switch to its sleep mode/stand-by mode.
34. Which models of Philips monitors are equipped with Auto Calibrate feature?
Auto Calibrate is currently available in the new 201P, 201B and 109P.
35. The Main Menu displays OSD MAIN MENU LOCKED . Pressing the front control
panels hasno effect. How can I unlock this function?
Press and hold the OSD menu key for about 10 seconds until picture displays "OSD MAIN
MENU UNLOCKED"
36. My screen shows NO SYNC INPUT , how can I get rid of this?
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Check the following for possible solutions:
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Bent pins on the video cable
Make sure the computer is turned on
Ensure the VGA Cable is properly connected
Ensure the BNC/D-Sub connector on the rear of the monitor is in the correct position,
newer models have this option in the On Screen Display under Input Signal Selection.
Video card may be not a VESA standard (try the monitor with another computer)
37. Why does my monitor display "Out of Range"?
The video card installed in your computer may be too high for the monitor 's specifications. Please
contact your computer manufacturer for details on how to lower resolution for your operating system.
38. What is Moire? Why does my monitor have this wavy phenomenon?
Moire is a natural effect or phenomenon of CRT that has the appearance of a wavy pattern,
which is repetitive and superimposed on the screen as ripple images. These are a few
suggestions to help reduce or minimize the effects:
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Some monitors have a Moire cancellation feature, activate it to the on position or
adjust the Moire cancellation function via the OSD on the monitor.
Change resolution to the recommended standard for the specific monitor size.
Change Window viewing pattern/scheme to a pattern where the Moire is less visible.
Change horizontal and vertical size to optimize the reduction of the Moire effect.
39. What is CustoMax?
CustoMax is proprietary Philips software that allows user to control parameter (e.g. Size, Color,
Geometry) in place of the buttons on the front of the monitor. To install and run the CustoMax software,
you must have a USB compatible system and have a USB connection at the rear of your monitor.
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40. My monitor appears to be missing one or more colors. How do I correct this?
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Set color temperature to 9300 color coordination
Check the video cable for any bent pins
Video card could be defective (try the monitor with another computer).
41. When I degauss my monitor, it makes a loud noise. Is this normal?
Yes, when degaussing your monitor via the OSD, it is normal for the monitor to make a
relatively loud noise. Please be aware that many models will not degauss more than once
within any given time period (up to 10 minutes). This is due to the unit having a temperature
sensitive resistor. While the unit is degaussing, the resistor increases in value with heat and
once it reaches a certain temperature, the resistance will rise and prevent voltage from
reaching the degaussing coil. This is what stops the degausser, and this device's resistance
will decrease as it cools back off, enabling the degauss function to operate again. This is an
intentional design and is an industry standard, not just for Philips monitors. Please be aware
that not all models in the Philips range has this manual degauss function. Some models are
built with an auto degauss feature which automatically degausses the monitor when it is
switched on.
42. How do I adjust the picture on the screen?
Please perform the following to correct the picture image:
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Adjust the Horz (width) and/or Vert size (height) in the OSD
Change monitor timing to work at the recommended resolution
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43. The edge of the picture on the screen appears to be distorted. How can I correct
this?
Please perform the following to correct the picture image:
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A magnetic or electrical interference typically causes poor geometry in the picture.
Place the monitor in a different physical location
Reset the monitor to the factory preset via the OSD menu
Access the Geometry Menu in the OSD of the Monitor and perform the necessary
adjustments
Change the monitor timing to the recommended resolution
44. The picture appears too dim. How can I correct this?
Adjust Brightness and/or Contrast via the monitor 's OSD. Some models have a Video Input Select
under Advanced Controls in the monitor 's OSD. Most computers require it to be set at 0.7V.
Please review the following for possible solutions:
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If the OSD menu is also dim, please contact service for repair
Reset the monitor via the OSD menu
Change the color temperature settings to 9300 color coordination via the OSD menu
Set the Contrast to maximum level (100) and Brightness to middle level (50)
Video card could be defective (try the monitor with another computer)
45. I have noticed two thin horizontal lines on the screen of my Philips monitor. Is this normal?
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This phenomenon can occur with Philips 107P, 109P and 201P monitors and is normal. Your monitor is
using an Aperture Grille, which consists of fine vertical wires to align the electron beams with the
phosphors on the screen. To prevent these vertical wires from vibrating and to keep them properly
aligned with the picture tube, two horizontal damper wires are required. These are located on one-third
and on two-third from the top of the screen. The result is that you will see two very thin horizontal lines
over your screen since the two wires are casting a slight shadow on the screen surface. You will find
these wires (line) in any monitor from Philips and other brands using the Aperture Grille technology.
46. How can I increase the color display of my monitor?
The amount of video memory your video card holds determines the amount of colors that can be
displayed on your computer screen. To get the most out of your video card, you will need to either install
the latest drivers onto your computer or upgrade the video cards memory. Please check with your
computer or video card manufacturer for further details.
47. Why is there no picture on my monitor?
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product.
Ensure the power cable is correctly attached to both the wall socket and the monitor.
Check that the power button is switched on.
Unplug the monitor for approx. 1 minute and plug it in again. Switch the monitor back
on.
48. Why is there no picture on my monitor even though the power LED is yellow/amber or
flashing green?
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Reboot your computer while holding the Ctrl key on your computer. If you see any
picture during the boot procedure, please verify the settings of your video card (for
Windows go to Control Panel and select Display).
Check that the video cable is not damaged, bent or that any of the pins in the
connector are damaged (please be aware that some VGA connectors have one
missing pin). If damaged, replace with a new cable.
Check that the cable is attached correctly to the computer.
Press any key on the keyboard to wake-up the computer from power saving mode.
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49. Why is there no picture on my monitor even though the power LED is green?
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Verify the Contrast and Brightness setting of the monitor. First press and hold the 5
(-) button to increase Contrast and then press and hold the 4 (+) button to increase
Brightness. These buttons are located on the front of your monitor.
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Press both the 5(-) button and the OK button at the same time to switch input A|B.
Try and repeat step 48 above.
50. Why does the picture disappear after I press the on/off button quickly?
This is a unique Philips feature designed to preserve the life of your monitor. Please allow 5 seconds
between powering off and on your monitor, your picture will then be restored.
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Autoscan
A microprocessor-based feature of Philips Brilliance monitors is able to detect automatically
horizontal and vertical frequencies of input signals with those of the installed video card. An
autoscan monitor can thus operate with a wide range of video cards. MultiSync, a registered
trademark of NEC, provides a similar function.
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B
Balanced pincushion
See Geometric distortion
BNC connection
A special construction of connector used in some monitors with higher horizontal scanning
frequency. The BNC connection can provide the optimum shielding and matching characteristic
impedance of video signal path to ensure the best video performance.
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CE Mark
CE mark is displayed on products per EMC and LV ( low Voltage Device ) directives in compliance
with European Community safety, EMI and EMS requirements and is compulsory on products for
sale in the European Community.
Color temperature
A way of describing the color of a radiating source in terms of the temperature (in degrees Kelvin) of
a black body radiating with the same dominant frequency as the source.
Most Philips monitors offer the possibility of setting the color temperature to any desired value.
Contrast
The ratio between the brightness of the brightest and darkest parts of a picture. The darkest part of
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a picture is set by the brightness of the unexcited phosphor, which is governed by the degree with
which ambient light is reflected. Contrast is therefore reduced in conditions of high ambient light
levels. Black Matrix tubes reflect less ambient light so exhibit higher contrast than other tubes.
Convergence error
Bean misalignment causing one or more of the three beams passing through the wrong aperture in
the shadow mask and striking a phosphor dot in the wrong triad.
Convergence error is expressed in mm often at three well-defined points on the screen, designated
A, B and C (see figure ). Also known as misconvergence.
Points where convergence error is specified.
Convergence-error correction
A method of correcting for convergence error to insure that all three beams land simultaneously in
the same triad. This is usually accomplished by means of special convergence-error correction coils
in the deflection yoke.
CRT
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Cathode-ray tube - the general term for all tubes in which one or more electron beams emitted by a
cathode are periodically scanned across a phosphor screen by means of deflection circuitry. A
special form of the cathode-ray tube is the TV and monitor picture tube.
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DDC (Display Data Channel)
DDC is a communication channel for displays and computers. The DDC feature allows the monitor
controller to be automatically configured to make optimal use of the display without manual user
interaction. DDC is implemented as part of the new Plug & Play approach introduced into the PC
market to increase user friendliness.
The three levels developed for Plug & play are: (1) DDC1, monitor send data to the PC; (2) DDC2B,
PC can request information from monitor; and (3) DDC2Bi which is a two-way communication monitor can be addressed and PC or graphics board can give commands to monitor.
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DDC 1/2B
See DDC.
DDC 2Bi
See DDC.
Degaussing
The procedure of demagnetizing the shadow mask and associated metal parts of a picture tube at
switch-on to minimize picture distortion. This is usually accomplished by means of a special
degaussing coil through which a decaying alternating current is passed to generate an alternating
magnetic field that gradually decays to demagnetize the tube. Some monitors offer a manual
degaussing facility that can be activated at any time.
Digital control
Microprocessor-based digital control of picture parameters and video modes for complete control of
picture settings and modes and instant recall of all settings at the push of a button. This is a very
advanced feature that allows the user to switch to any required mode at any instant without having
to spend time readjusting the picture. It is currently available in most Philips monitors.
Dot pitch
The shortest distance between two phosphor dots of the same color on the screen. The smaller the
dot pitch, the better the resolution of the monitor.
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Dot rate
Frequency in MHz of the dot clock. It is a measure of the speed with which data is transferred
between the video card and subsequent processing circuitry.
Also known as video dot rate.
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Electromagnetic radiation standards
International standards set to limit electromagnetic emissions from monitors. There are currently
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two important standards both derived from regulations originally laid down by Swedish authorities.
MPR-II
The standard originally proposed by the Swedish National Board of Measurement and Testing. It
set maximum levels of electromagnetic radiation emitted by monitors, and has now been adopted
as a world standard. MPR-II defines maximum permitted electrostatic, magnetic and electric field
levels measured at a distance of 50 cm from the center of the monitor (see table).
TCO
In 1991, the Swedish Tjänstemannens Central Organization (TCO, Swedish confederation of
Professional Employees ) set a standard even more severe than MPR-II, especially for alternating
electric fields (AEF). The TCO standard is more severe since not only are the permitted field levels
reduced compared with MPR-II, but the measuring distance is also reduced (see table).
Electromagnetic radiation standards
EMI (Electrical Magnetic Interference)
The electrical and/or magnetic radiation coming from the working electrical or electronic equipment.
EMS (Electrical Magnetic Sustainment)
The ability of electrical or electronic equipment to function properly in the environment with electrical
and/or magnetic interference.
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Flicker
Very rapid variations in picture intensity caused by the finite time required for the electron beam to
scan a picture onto the screen. Two kinds of flicker occur: line flicker caused by the electron beam
scanning-in each line of the picture; and frame flicker (or field flicker if the picture is interlaced)
caused by the frame repetition rate of 50 frames/second. Frame flicker is noticeable with GUI and
DTP software (which have a light background), and can be very disturbing, especially for those who
work regularly with displays - contributing to eye strain, headaches, visual blurring, stress, etc. The
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problem can, however, be eliminated by increasing the refresh rate (number of frames/second) of
the monitor to a value above around 70 Hz. Sensitivity to flicker appears to diminish with increasing
age.
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Hertz
The unit of frequency named after the physicist Heinrich Hertz (1857-1894). 1 hertz (Hz) is equal to
1 cycle/second.
Horizontal dot pitch
See Dot pitch.
Horizontal scanning frequency
Also called line frequency and expressed in kHz, it is the number of video lines written on the
screen every second (from left to right). The higher the horizontal scanning frequency, the better the
resolution (i.e., the higher the resolution and/or the higher the refresh rate).
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INF File
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INF file (Information File)
Information (INF) files store information in a specific format. The set-up functions retrieve
information from the INF file to use when performing installation operations. Examples of the type of
information stored in an INF file include INI and registry changes, file names, and locations of the
source files on source media.
Interlaced/non-interlaced
Interlaced.
The method of writing a picture on the screen by initially writing all even lines and subsequently
writing all odd lines of the picture. Result: The complete picture is composed of two interlaced half
pictures (or fields). With interlacing, a vertical (or field) frequency of 50 Hz means a picture (or
frame) frequency of 25 Hz.
Non-interlaced.
The method of writing a picture on the screen by successive video lines of the picture so that a full
frame is written onto the screen in one vertical sweep of the beams. With a non-interlaced display, a
vertical frequency of 50 Hz means a picture (or frame) frequency of 50 Hz. At any given resolution,
non-interlaced modes are preferable to interlaced modes; however, generation of non-interlaced
modes is more expensive.
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Linearity
The degree to measure the actual location of a pixel on the screen corresponds with its intended
location. ( see figure )
Line frequency
See Horizontal scanning frequency.
Low-emission monitor
A monitor that complies with international standards on radiation.
See Electromagnetic radiation standards.
Low-frequency electric and magnetic fields
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Alternating fields generated by the deflection yoke. These are subject to increasing attention,
notably by governing authorities, the trade and the press. Although there is no scientific evidence
that monitor emissions are harmful, much effort has gone into reducing emissions on the principle
of better safe than sorry. Currently, there are two areas of interest: very-low frequency (VLF)
electric and magnetic fields extending from 2 kHz to 400 kHz, and extreme low frequency (ELF)
fields extending from 5 Hz to 2 kHz.
See also Electromagnetic radiation standards.
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Moiré effect
A fringe pattern arising from the interference between two superimposed line patterns.
In a monitor it comes from the interference between the shadow mask pattern and the video
information (video moiré), and between the shadow mask pattern and the horizontal line pattern
(scan moiré). It shows itself as wavy patterns on the screen and becomes more noticeable as
monitor resolution increases. Since the video signal varies continuously, little can be done about
video moiré. Scan moiré depends on the horizontal scanning frequency and can be alleviated by
appropriate choice of frequency. Autoscan (MultiSync) monitors, which operate over a range of
scanning frequencies, may sometimes exhibit moiré in certain video modes.
MPR
See Electromagnetic radiation standards.
MultiSync monitor
See Autoscan monitor.
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Non-interlaced
See Interlaced/non-interlaced.
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OSD (On Screen Display)
The feature that allows an end user to adjust screen performance and parameters of monitors
directly through an on-screen instruction window. See CustoMax in CrystalClear section.
Overscan
The practice in which areas without useful video information are scanned outside the visible screen
area in order to make maximum use of the screen for display of active video information. This
practice is occasionally necessary because some video cards generate a video pattern that is
smaller than the visible screen area, resulting in an image that is smaller (and less legible) than it
needs to be.
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Parallelogram Distortion
See Geometric distortion.
Phosphor
Generic name for the class of substances that exhibit luminescence. To produce a picture on
screen, phosphors are deposited on the inner surface of the picture-tube screen and excited into
luminescence by the electron beam. Typical examples of phosphors are P22 medium shortpersistence phosphor and EBU high-color-saturation phosphor.
Pin-cushion Distortion
See Geometric distortion.
Pixel
Abbreviation for picture element, the smallest element of the picture that can be displayed on the
screen. The smaller the pixel size, the better the resolution of the monitor. Pixel size is determined
by the size of the electron spot on the screen and not necessarily by the phosphor dot pitch (the
size of the triad). Thus, a monitor with a large electron spot covering several triads can exhibit poor
resolution even though its dot pitch is small.
Pixel frequency
The number of pixels that can be written in a video line per second.
Pixel rate
See pixel frequency
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Plug-and-Play
See DDC. See USB section.
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Raster
The area on screen that electron beam can reach.
Refresh rate
See Vertical scanning frequency.
Resolution
The number of pixels that can be displayed on the screen. The resolution is specified as the
number of pixels in a line multiplied by the number of horizontal lines.
See also video graphic adapter.
Rotation function
The feature that allows users to adjust the whole screen rotating to be horizontal.
Because of the magnetic field of earth, the screen of monitor will be tilt when the screen faces
toward the different direction.
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Screen coatings
Anti-Static coatings
Due to bombardment by beam electrons, monitor screens become electrically charged when in use.
Electrically charged screens surfaces can attract dust particles. An Anti-Static coating is a
conductive coating deposited on the screen (or on a glass panel immediately in front of the screen)
that conducts away the charge and prevents screen dust build-up.
AGAS (Anti-Glare, Anti-Static) coating
AGAS is a silica coating applied to the surface of the screen by a spinning and spraying process. It
operates by diffusing reflected light to blur images of light sources on the screen. To provide antistatic properties, the coating is impregnated with small conductive particles.
ARAS (Anti-Reflection, Anti-Static) coating
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ARAS is one of the most effective anti-reflection/anti-static screen treatments currently available. It
is composed of a multi-layer structure of transparent dielectric material that suppresses specular
reflections by broadband interference effects at the screen surface. Anti-static properties are
provided by a single conductive layer within the multi-layer structure.
With ARAS, the intensity of reflected light is reduced from around 4.5% of the incident light (the
reflectivity of uncoated screens) to less than 0.5%. ARAS also has a major advantage over other
screen treatments: It doesn't diffuse or scatter reflected light, so picture contrast and sharpness
remain completely unimpaired. It's also easy to clean and tough enough to withstand commercially
available cleaning agents.
The ARAS coating reflects only about 0.5% of the incident light.
AGRAS (Anti-Glare anti-Reflection Anti-Static) coating.
A combined anti-reflection, anti-glare, anti-static coating.
Self-test function
A monitor equipped with hardware or software to automatically detect cable connection status.
Shape
Deviation of a reproduced picture from its intended shape. The following types of distortion are most
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SOG (Synchronization On Green)
A properly functioning color monitor requires five kinds of signals: horizontal sync pulse, vertical
sync pulse, red color signal, green color signal and blue color signal. Signals from a PC are
transmitted to a monitor using one of three methods:
1. Separate sync: Horizontal and Vertical sync signals transmitted separately
2. Composite sync: Horizontal and vertical sync pulses mixed into a single signal train.
3. SOG: Horizontal and vertical sync pulses mixed, then combined with the green color signal.
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TCO
See Electromagnetic radiation standards.
Tilt function
See rotation function.
Trapezoid distortion
See Geometrical distortion.
TTL signal
A TTL (Transistor-transistor-logic) signal is a digital signal level for controlling the screen colors.
With TTL driving, the red, green and blue signals can only be switched on or off or provided with an
intensity signal. A TTL-driven monitor can thus display a maximum of 64 colors. Video standards
such as MDA, CGA and EGA are based on TTL level.
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USB or Universal Serial Bus
A smart plug for PC peripherals. USB automatically determines resources (like driver software and
bus bandwidth) required by peripherals. USB makes necessary resources available without user
intervention.
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USB eliminates "case angst" -- the fear of removing the computer case to install add-on
peripherals. And USB also eliminates adjustment of complicated IRQ settings when installing
new peripherals.
USB does away with "port gridlock." Without USB, PCs are normally limited to one printer,
two Com port devices (usually a mouse and modem), one Enhanced Parallel Port add-on
(scanner or video camera, for example) and a joystick. More and more peripherals for
multimedia computers arrive on the market every day. With USB, up to 127 devices can run
simultaneously on a computer.
USB permits "hot plug-in." There's no need to shut down, plug in, reboot and run set-up to
install peripherals. And no need to go through the reverse process to unplug a device.
In short, USB transforms today's "Plug-and-Pray" into true Plug-and-Play!
Hub
A Universal Serial Bus device that provides additional connections to the Universal Serial Bus.
Hubs are a key element in the plug-and-play architecture of USB. The Figure shows a typical hub.
Hubs serve to simplify USB connectivity from the user's perspective and provide robustness at low
cost and complexity.
Hubs are wiring concentrators and enable the multiple attachment characteristics of USB.
Attachment points are referred to as ports. Each hub converts a single attachment point into
multiple attachment points. The architecture supports concatenation of multiple hubs.
The upstream port of a hub connects the hub towards the host. Each of the other downstream ports
of a hub allows connection to another hub or function. Hubs can detect, attach and detach at each
downstream port and enable the distribution of power to downstream devices. Each downstream
port can be individually enabled and configured at either full or low speed. The hub isolates low
speed ports from full speed signaling.
A hub consists of two portions: the Hub Controller and Hub Repeater. The repeater is a protocolcontrolled switch between the upstream port and downstream ports. It also has hardware support
for reset and suspend/resume signaling. The controller provides the interface registers to allow
communication to/from the host. Hub specific status and control commands permit the host to
configure a hub and to monitor and control its ports.
Device
A logical or physical entity that performs a function. The actual entity described depends on the
context of the reference. At the lowest level, device may refer to a single hardware component, as
in a memory device. At a higher level, it may refer to a collection of hardware components that
perform a particular function, such as a Universal Serial Bus interface device. At an even higher
level, device may refer to the function performed by an entity attached to the Universal Serial Bus;
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for example, a data/FAX modem device. Devices may be physical, electrical, addressable, and
logical.
Downstream
The direction of data flow from the host or away from the host. A downstream port is the port on a
hub electrically farthest from the host that generates downstream data traffic from the hub.
Downstream ports receive upstream data traffic.
Upstream
The direction of data flow towards the host. An upstream port is the port on a device electrically
closest to the host that generates upstream data traffic from the hub. Upstream ports receive
downstream data traffic.
UPS (Universal Power Supply)
The monitor with UPS feature can work in different countries with various mains voltage.
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Glossary
V
Vertical dot pitch
See Dot pitch.
Vertical scanning frequency
Expressed in Hz, this is the number of fields written to the screen every second in interlaced mode.
In non-interlaced mode vertical scanning frequency is the number of frames (complete pictures)
written to the screen every second (also known as refresh rate).
Vertical sync pulses
A train of square shaped waveforms that define the start of a new frame.
VESA
Video Electronic Standards Association, a consortium of manufacturers formed to establish and
maintain industry-wide standards for video cards and monitors. VESA was instrumental in the
introduction of the Super VGA and Extended VGA video graphics standards (see Video graphics
adapters) with a refresh rate of 70 Hz, minimizing flicker and helping to reduce operator eyes
fatigue and stress.
Video dot rate
See Dot rate.
Video graphics adapters
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Glossary
A card equipped with a character or graphic generator and video memory, which maps to the
screen. A microprocessor scans video memory and translates bit information from the computer
into displayable video signals for the monitor. These cards comply with various standards that
determine the nature and quality of the display.
VGA (Video Graphics Array), introduced in 1987, was the first analog card. It offered still higher
resolution than EGA: 640 X 480 pixels for graphics and 720 x 400 pixels for text, and a color palette
of 256 colors. VGA could also emulate EGA and CGA.
Super VGA, devised by VESA in 1989, offers a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels.
Extended VGA, introduced by VESA in 1991, offers a top resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels (noninterlaced) and a refresh rate slightly higher than IBM's XGA 8514A.
High-end, graphics adapters, introduced over the last three years for professional workstations,
offer top resolutions from 1280 x 1024 to 1600 x 1280, horizontal line frequencies up to 90 kHz and
bandwidths up to 200 MHz.
VIS (Viewable Image Size)
The real screen dimensions that users can see measured diagonally. The VIS of a monitor is
always less than the so called screen size of a monitor. For example, the VIS of a 17-inch monitor
is only about 16 inches. It depends on the useful screen size of CRT and the opening of a monitor's
front cabinet.
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your hard disk, then viewed and printed with Acrobat Reader or through your browser.
If you do not have Adobe¨ Acrobat Reader installed, click on the link to install the application.
Adobe® Acrobat Reader for PC / Adobe® Acrobat Reader for Mac.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troubleshooting • Regulatory Information• Other
Related Information
Common Problems
Having trouble? Something not working? Before calling for help, try these suggestions.
Having this
problem?
Check these items
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No Picture
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(Power LED not lit)
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No Picture
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(Power LED is yellow)
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No Picture
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(Power LED is green)
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Screen doesn't show
when you turn on the
monitor
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Make sure the Power cable is plugged into the power outlet
and back of the monitor.
Power button on the front of your monitor should be in the
ON position.
Disconnect the monitor from the power outlet for about one
minute.
Make sure the computer is turned on.
Make sure the monitor cable is properly connected to your
computer.
Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
The Energy Saving feature may be activated
Make sure the Brightness and Contrast controls are set
correctly.
Make sure the monitor cable is properly connected to your
computer.
Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
Make sure the computer Power button is on.
Make sure the monitor cable is properly connected to your
computer. (Also refer to the Quick Start Guide).
Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
Make sure the computer is turned on.
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No color or intermittent
color
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Color appears blotchy
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Missing one or more
colors
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Dim Picture
Picture is too large or
too small.
Edges of the picture
are not square.
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Unstable Picture
Problem with On
Screen Display
Check the Color Temperature.
Make sure the monitor cable is properly connected to your
computer.
Check to see if the monitor cable has bent pins.
Adjust the Brightness and Contrast controls.
Check your video card and it's owner's manual instructions
for it may be a non-VESA-DDC Standard card.
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Adjust the geometry.
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Eliminate the use of a video extension cable and/or video
switch box.
Face the monitor toward the East for the best picture
quality.
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Check to make sure Moiré is switched off.
Adjust Sync Input.
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Increase your refresh rate.
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Picture is not sharp.
The picture may need degaussing.
Remove any nearby magnetic objects.
Face the monitor toward the East for the best picture
quality.
Adjust the Horizontal and/or Vertical Size.
Adjust the Zoom.
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Picture has a double
image.
If you are using a non-VESA-DDC standard video card,
turn the DDC1 / 2B feature Off.
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Refer to the instructions and troubleshooting information in
that chapter.
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Troubleshooting
For further assistance, refer to the Consumer Information Centers list to contact your local Philips
distributor.
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Regulatory Information
Regulatory Information
TCO'99 Information • TCO'99 Environmental Requirements • TCO'03 Information • Recycling
Information for Customers • Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment-WEEE • CE Declaration of
Conformity • Energy Star Declaration • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice (U.S. Only)
• Commission Federale de la Communication (FCC Declaration) • EN 55022 Compliance (Czech
Republic Only) • VCCI Class 2 Notice (Japan Only) • MIC Notice (South Korea Only) • Polish Center for
Testing and Certification Notice • North Europe Information (Nordic Countries) • BSMI Notice (Taiwan
Only) • Ergonomie Hinweis (nur Deutschland) • Philips End-of-Life Disposal • Information for UK only
Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troubleshooting • Other Related Information
TCO '99 Information (For TCO Model Only)
Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO' 99approved and labeled product! Your choice has provided you with a product
developed for professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to reducing the burden on the environment
and also to the further development of environmentally adapted electronics products.
Why do we have environmentally labeled computers?
In many countries, environmental labeling has become an established method for encouraging the adaptation of
goods and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as computers and other electronics equipment
are concerned, is that environmentally harmful substances are used both in the products and during their
manufacture. Since it is not so far possible to satisfactorily recycle the majority of electronics equipment, most of
these potentially damaging substances sooner or later enter nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy consumption levels, that are important from
the viewpoints of both the work (internal) and natural (external) environments. Since all methods of electricity
generation have a negative effect on the environment (e.g. acidic and climate-influencing emissions, radioactive
waste), it is vital to save energy. Electronics equipment in offices is often left running continuously and thereby
consumes a lot of energy.
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What does labeling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO' 99 scheme which provides for international and environmental
labeling of personal computers. The labeling scheme was developed as a joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish
Confederation of Professional Employees), Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen (The Swedish Society for Nature
Conservation) and Statens Energimyndighet (The Swedish National Energy Administration).
Approval requirements cover a wide range of issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of electric
and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
The environmental demands impose restrictions on the presence and use of heavy metals, brominated and
chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other things. The product must be
prepared for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to have an environmental policy which must be adhered
to in each country where the company implements its operational policy.
The energy requirements include a demand that the computer and/or display, after a certain period of inactivity,
shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one or more stages. The length of time to reactivate the
computer shall be reasonable for the user.
Labeled products must meet strict environmental demands, for example, in respect of the reduction of electric
and magnetic fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
Below you will find a brief summary of the environmental requirements met by this product. The complete
environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
TCO Development
SE-114 94 Stockholm, Sweden
Fax: +46 8 782 92 07
Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO' 99 approved and labeled products may also be obtained
via the Internet, using the address: http://www.tco-info.com/
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Environmental Requirements
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Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and housings. Their purpose is to
prevent, or at least to delay the spread of fire. Up to 30% of the plastic in a computer casing can consist of flame
retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain bromine or chloride, and those flame retardants are
chemically related to another group of environmental toxins, PCBs. Both the flame retardants containing bromine
or chloride and the PCBs are suspected of giving rise to severe health effects, including reproductive damage in
fish-eating birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative* processes. Flame retardants have been found in
human blood and researchers fear that disturbances in fetus development may occur.
The relevant TCO' 99 demand requires that plastic components weighing more than 25 grams must not contain
flame retardants with organically bound bromine or chlorine. Flame retardants are allowed in the printed circuit
boards since no substitutes are available.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the color-generating layers of certain computer displays.
Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses. The relevant TCO'99 requirement states that
batteries, the color-generating layers of display screens and the electrical or electronics components must not
contain any cadmium.
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches. It damages the nervous system and is toxic in high
doses. The relevant TCO' 99 requirement states that batteries may not contain any mercury. It also demands
that mercury is not present in any of the electrical or electronics components associated with the labeled unit.
CFCs (freons)
The relevant TCO' 99 requirement states that neither CFCs nor HCFCs may be used during the manufacture
and assembly of the product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed circuit boards. CFCs break
down ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in the stratosphere, causing increased reception on earth of
ultraviolet light with increased risks e.g. skin cancer (malignant melanoma) as a consequence.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and capacitors. Lead damages the nervous system
and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning. The relevant TCO' 99 requirement permits the inclusion of lead
since no replacement has yet been developed.
* Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
** Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which are bio-accumulative.
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Regulatory Information
TCO' 03 Information (For TCO Model Only)
Congratulations!
The display you have just purchased carries the TCO'03
Displays label. This means that your display is designed,
manufactured and tested according to some of the strictest
quality and environmental requirements in the world. This
makes for a high performance product, designed with the
user in focus that also minimizes the impact on our natural
environment.
Some of the features of the TCO'03 Display requirements.
Ergonomics
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Good visual ergonomics and image quality in order to improve the working environment
for the user and to reduce sight and strain problems. Important parameters are luminance,
contrast, resolution, reflectance, colour rendition and image stability.
Energy
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Energy-saving mode after a certain time-beneficial both for the user and the environment
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Electrical safety
Emissions
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Electromagnetic fields
Noise emissions
Ecology
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The product must be prepared for recycling and the manufacturer must have a certified
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environmental management system such as EMAS or ISO 14 000
Restrictions on
chlorinated and brominated flame retardants and polymers
heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury and lead.
The requirements included in this label have been developed by TCO Development in cooperation with scientists, experts, users as well as manufacturers all over the world. Since the
end of the 1980s TCO has been involved in influencing the development of IT equipment in a
more user-friendly direction. Our labelling system started with displays in 1992 and is now
requested by users and IT-manufacturers all over the world.
For more information, please visit
www.tcodevelopment.com
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Recycling Information for Customers
Philips establishes technically and economically viable objectives to optimize the environmental performance of
the organization's product, service and activities.
From the planning, design and production stages, Philips emphasizes the important of making products that can
easily be recycled. At Philips, end-of-life management primarily entails participation in national take-back
initiatives and recycling programs whenever possible, preferably in cooperation with competitors.
There is currently a system of recycling up and running in the European countries, such as The Netherlands,
Belgium, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
In U.S.A., Philips Consumer Electronics North America has contributed funds for the Electronic Industries
Alliance (EIA) Electronics Recycling Project and state recycling initiatives for end-of-life electronics products from
household sources. In addition, the Northeast Recycling Council (NERC) - a multi-state non-profit organization
focused on promoting recycling market development - plans to implement a recycling program.
In Asia Pacific, Taiwan, the products can be taken back by Environment Protection Administration (EPA) to
follow the IT product recycling management process, detail can be found in web site www.epa.gov.tw
For help and service, please contact Consumers Information Center or F1rst Choice Contact Information Center
in each country or the following team of Environmental specialist can help.
Mr. Job Chiu - Environment manager
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Philips Electronics Industries (Taiwan) Ltd, Monitor Business Unit
E-mail: job.chiu@philips.com
Tel: +886 (0) 3 454 9839
Mr. Maarten ten Houten - Senior Environmental Consultant
Philips Consumer Electronics
E-mail: marten.ten.houten@philips.com
Tel: +31 (0) 40 27 33402
Ms. Delmer F. Teglas
Philips Electronics North America
E-mail: butch.teglas@philips.com
Tel: +1 865 521 4322
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Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment-WEEE
Attention users in European Union private households
This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European Directive 2002/96/
EG governing used electrical and electronic appliances, this product may not be disposed of with normal
household waste. You are responsible for disposal of this equipment through a designated waste electrical and
electronic equipment collection. To determine the locations for dropping off such waste electrical and electronic,
contact your local government office, the waste disposal organization that serves your household or the store at
which you purchased the product.
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CE Declaration of Conformity
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Philips Consumer Electronics declare under our responsibility that the product is in conformity with the
following standards
- EN60950-1:2001 (Safety requirement of Information Technology Equipment)
- EN55022:1998 (Radio Disturbance requirement of Information Technology Equipment)
- EN55024:1998 (Immunity requirement of Information Technology Equipment)
- EN61000-3-2:2000 (Limits for Harmonic Current Emission)
- EN61000-3-3:1995 (Limitation of Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker)
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following provisions of directives applicable
- 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive)
- 89/336/EEC (EMC Directive)
- 93/68/EEC (Amendment of EMC and Low Voltage Directive)
and is produced by a manufacturing organization on ISO9000 level.
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The product also comply with the following standards
- ISO9241-3, ISO9241-7, ISO9241-8 (Ergonomic requirement for Visual Display)
- ISO13406-2 (Ergonomic requirement for Flat panels)
- GS EK1-2000 (GS specification)
- prEN50279:1998 (Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic fields for Visual Display)
- MPR-II (MPR:1990:8/1990:10 Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic fields)
- TCO99, TCO03 (Requirement for Environment Labelling of Ergonomics, Energy, Ecology and Emission,
TCO: Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees) for TCO versions
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Energy Star Declaration
PHILIPS
202P7*
This monitor is equipped with a function for saving energy which supports the VESA Display Power
Management Signaling (DPMS) standard. This means that the monitor must be connected to a
computer which supports VESA DPMS to fulfill the requirements in the NUTEK specification
803299/94. Time settings are adjusted from the system unit by software.
NUTEK
VESA State
LED Indicator
Power Consumption
Normal operation
ON (Active)
Green
Typical 125 W
Power Saving
Alternative2
One Step
OFF (Sleep)
Yellow
< 1W
Switch Off
Off
< 1W
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As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, PHILIPS has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
We recommend you switch off the monitor when it is not in use for quite a long time.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice (U.S. Only)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Use only RF shielded cable that was supplied with the monitor when connecting this monitor to a computer
device.
To prevent damage which may result in fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or excessive
moisture.
THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE CANADIAN INTERFERENCECAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
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Commission Federale de la Communication (FCC Declaration)
Cet équipement a été testé et déclaré conforme auxlimites des appareils numériques de
class B,aux termes de l'article 15 Des règles de la FCC. Ces limites sont conçues de façon
à fourir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles dans le cadre d'une
installation résidentielle. CET appareil produit, utilise et peut émettre des hyperfréquences
qui, si l'appareil n'est pas installé et utilisé selon les consignes données, peuvent causer
des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. Cependant, rien ne peut garantir
l'absence d'interférences dans le cadre d'une installation particulière. Si cet appareil est la
cause d'interférences nuisibles pour la réception des signaux de radio ou de télévision, ce
qui peut être décelé en fermant l'équipement, puis en le remettant en fonction, l'utilisateur
pourrait essayer de corriger la situation en prenant les mesures suivantes:
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Réorienter ou déplacer l'antenne de réception.
Augmenter la distance entre l'équipement et le récepteur.
Brancher l'équipement sur un autre circuit que celui utilisé par le récepteur.
Demander l'aide du marchand ou d'un technicien chevronné en radio/télévision.
Toutes modifications n'ayant pas reçu l'approbation des services compétents en matière de
conformité est susceptible d'interdire à l'utilisateur l'usage du présent équipement.
N'utiliser que des câbles RF armés pour les connections avec des ordinateurs ou périphériques.
CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE DE LA CLASSE B RESPECTE TOUTES LES EXIGENCES DU REGLEMENT
SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR DU CANADA.
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EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only)
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VCCI Notice (Japan Only)
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) for
Information technology equipment. If this equipment is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic
environment, it may cause radio Interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual.
Class B ITE
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MIC Notice (South Korea Only)
Class B Device
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Please note that this device has been approved for non-business purposes and may be used in any
environment, including residential areas.
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Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice
The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong socket). All
equipment that works together (computer, monitor, printer, and so on) should have the same power supply
source.
The phasing conductor of the room's electrical installation should have a reserve short-circuit protection device in
the form of a fuse with a nominal value no larger than 16 amperes (A).
To completely switch off the equipment, the power supply cable must be removed from the power supply socket,
which should be located near the equipment and easily accessible.
A protection mark "B" confirms that the equipment is in compliance with the protection usage requirements of
standards PN-93/T-42107 and PN-89/E-06251.
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North Europe Information (Nordic Countries)
Placering/Ventilation
VARNING:
FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA, NÄR
DU STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS.
Placering/Ventilation
ADVARSEL:
SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG STIKKONTAKT
ER NEMT TILGÆNGELIGE.
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Paikka/Ilmankierto
VAROITUS:
SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA HELPOSTI
IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA.
Plassering/Ventilasjon
ADVARSEL:
NÅR DETTE UTSTYRET PLASSERES, MÅ DU PASSE PÅ AT KONTAKTENE FOR
STØMTILFØRSEL ER LETTE Å NÅ.
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BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only)
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Ergonomie Hinweis (nur Deutschland)
Der von uns gelieferte Farbmonitor entspricht den in der "Verordnung über den Schutz vor Schäden durch
Röntgenstrahlen" festgelegten Vorschriften.
Auf der Rückwand des Gerätes befindet sich ein Aufkleber, der auf die Unbedenklichkeit der Inbetriebnahme
hinweist, da die Vorschriften über die Bauart von Störstrahlern nach Anlage III ¤ 5 Abs. 4 der
Röntgenverordnung erfüllt sind.
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Damit Ihr Monitor immer den in der Zulassung geforderten Werten entspricht, ist darauf zu achten, daß
1. Reparaturen nur durch Fachpersonal durchgeführt werden.
2. nur original-Ersatzteile verwendet werden.
3. bei Ersatz der Bildröhre nur eine bauartgleiche eingebaut wird.
Aus ergonomischen Gründen wird empfohlen, die Grundfarben Blau und Rot nicht auf dunklem
Untergrund zu verwenden (schlechte Lesbarkeit und erhöhte Augenbelastung bei zu geringem
Zeichenkontrast wären die Folge).
Der arbeitsplatzbezogene Schalldruckpegel nach DIN 45 635 beträgt 70dB (A) oder weniger.
ACHTUNG: BEIM AUFSTELLEN DIESES GERÄTES DARAUF ACHTEN, DAß
NETZSTECKER UND NETZKABELANSCHLUß LEICHT ZUGÄNGLICH SIND.
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End-of-Life Disposal
Your new monitor contains materials that can be recycled and reused. Specialized companies can recycle your
product to increase the amount of reusable materials and to minimize the amount to be disposed of.
Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old monitor from your local Philips dealer.
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Information for UK only
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WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
Important:
This apparatus is supplied with an approved moulded 13A
plug. To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as
follows:
1. Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2. Fit new fuse which should be a BS 1362 5A,A.S.T.A. or
BSI approved type.
3. Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it
should be cut off and an appropriate 3-pin plug fitted in its
place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value
of 5A. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the
distribution board should not be greater than 5A.
Note: The severed plug must be destroyed to avoid a
possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13A
socket elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
BLUE - "NEUTRAL" ("N")
BROWN - "LIVE" ("L")
GREEN & YELLOW - "EARTH" ("E")
1. The GREEN AND YELLOW wire must be connected to
the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter "E"
or by the Earth symbol
AND YELLOW.
or coloured GREEN or GREEN
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2. The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which
is marked with the letter "N" or coloured BLACK.
3. The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal
which marked with the letter "L" or coloured RED.
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord
grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply
over the three wires.
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Other Related Information
Other Related Information
Safety Precautions and Maintenance • Troubleshooting • Regulatory Information •
Information for Users in the U. S. • Information for Users Outside the U.S
Information for Users in the U. S.
For units set at 115 V :
Use a UL Listed Cord Set consisting of a minimum 18 AWG, Type SVT or SJT three conductor cord
a maximum of 15-feet long and a parallel blade, grounding type attachment plug rated 15 A, 125 V.
For units set at 230 V:
Use a UL Listed Cord Set consisting of a minimum 18 AWG, Type SVT or SJT three conductor cord
a maximum of 15-feet long and a tandem blade, grounding type attachment plug rated 15 A, 250 V.
Information for Users outside the U.S.
For units set at 230 V:
Use a Cord Set rated minimum 5 A, 250 V ( for units set at 230V ) or 10A, 125V (for units set at
115V). The Cord Set should have the appropriate safety approvals for the country in which the
equipment will be installed.
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Description of the On-Screen Display • The OSD Tree
The OSD Controls : Brightness (HotKey) • Contrast (HotKey) • Language • Input Signal
Selection • Zoom • Adjust Horizontal • Adjust Vertical • Adjust Shape • Adjust Color • Reset
to Factory Settings • Extra Controls • Close Main Controls
BRIGHTNESS
To adjust your screen's brightness, follow the steps below. Brightness is the overall intensity of the
light coming from the screen. A 50% brightness is recommended.
1) Press the
or
button on the monitor. The BRIGHTNESS window appears.
2) Press the
or
button to adjust the brightness.
3) When the brightness is adjusted to the level desired, stop pressing the
or
button and
after three seconds the BRIGHTNESS window will disappear with the new adjustment saved.
Smart
Help
After the BRIGHTNESS window has disappeared, to continue to the CONTRAST
window, follow the steps under CONTRAST.
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CONTRAST
To adjust your screen's contrast, follow the steps bellow. Contrast is the difference between the
light and dark areas on the screen. A 100% contrast is recommended.
1) Press the
or
button on the monitor. The CONTRAST window appears.
2) Press the
or
button to adjust the contrast.
3) When the contrast is adjusted to the level desired, stop pressing the
or
button and after
three seconds the CONTRAST window will disappear with the new adjustment saved.
After the CONTRAST window has disappeared, to continue to the MAIN
CONTROLS, follow the steps under LANGUAGE
Smart Help
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LANGUAGE
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The ON SCREEN DISPLAY shows its settings in one of eight languages. The default is English, but
you can select French, Spanish, German, Italian, Simplify-Chinese, Korea, or Portuguese.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears. LANGUAGE
should be highlighted.
2) Press the
button again. The LANGUAGE window appears.
3) Press the
or
button until the desired language is highlighted.
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4) Press the
button to confirm your selection and return to MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE
MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted...
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION, press the
button until INPUT
Smart Help SIGNAL SELECTION is highlighted. Next, follow steps 3 - 5 under INPUT SIGNAL
SELECTION.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button
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INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION (Not available in all models)
INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION determines what you see on the screen. The default setting is INPUT
A, but if the video input signal is different that the output signal, you may want to change it to INPUT
B.?
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION is highlighted.
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3) Press the
button. The INPUT SIGNAL SELECTION window appears.
4) Press the
or
5) Press the
button to confirm your selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window.
button to highlight INPUT B or INPUT A.
CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ZOOM, press the
button until ZOOM is highlighted. Next,
Smart Help follow steps 3 - 5 under ZOOM.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button
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ZOOM
ZOOM increases or decreases the size of the images on your screen. To adjust the ZOOM follow
the steps below.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ZOOM is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ZOOM window appears.
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4) Press the
or
button to adjust ZOOM.
5) Press the
button to confirm your selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window.
CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST HORIZONTAL, press the
button until ADJUST
Smart Help HORIZONTAL is highlighted. Next, follow steps 3 - 7 under ADJUST
HORIZONTAL.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button
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ADJUST HORIZONTAL
ADJUST POSITION under ADJUST HORIZONTAL shifts the image on your screen either to the left
or right. Use this feature if your image does not appear centered. ADJUST SIZE under ADJUST
HORIZONTAL expands or controls the image on your screen, pushing it out toward the left and
right sides or pulling it in toward the center.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST HORIZONTAL is highlighted.
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3) Press the
button. The ADJUST HORIZONTAL window appears. POSITION should be
highlighted.
4) Press the
or
button to move the image to the left or right.
5) When the position is adjusted, press the
press the
button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window, or
to highlight SIZE.
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6) To adjust the horizontal size, press the
7) When the size is adjusted, press the
or
button.
button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE
MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST VERTICAL, press the
button until ADJUST
Smart Help VERTICAL is highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under ADJUST VERTICAL and
follow the directions.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button
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ADJUST VERTICAL
ADJUST POSITION under ADJUST VERTICAL shifts the image on your screen either up or down.
Use this feature if your image does not appear centered. ADJUST SIZE under ADJUST VERTICAL
expands or controls the image on your screen, pushing it out toward the top or bottom or pulling it in
toward the center.
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1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST VERTICAL is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ADJUST VERTICAL window appears. POSITION should be
highlighted.
4) Press the
or
button to move the image up or down.
5) When the position is adjusted, press the
button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window, or
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press the
to highlight SIZE.
6) To adjust the vertical size, press the
or
button.
7) When the size is adjusted, press the
button to return to MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE
MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST SHAPE, press the
button until ADJUST SHAPE is
Smart Help highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under ADJUST SHAPE and follow the directions.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button
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ADJUST SHAPE
ADJUST SIDE CURVE
ADJUST SIDE CURVE under ADJUST SHAPE allows you to adjust two of the five preset options.
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These two options are PINCUSHION and BALANCED pincushion. Note: use these features only
when the picture is not square.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST SHAPE is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be
highlighted.
4) Press the
button. The SIDE CURVE window appears. PINCUSHION should be highlighted.
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5) To adjust the pincushion, press the
or
6) When the pincushion is adjusted, press the
button.
button to highlight BALANCED or press the
button to return to the ADJUST SHAPE window.
7) To adjust the balanced pincushion, press the
or
8) When the balanced pincushion is adjusted, press the
button.
button to return to the ADJUST
SHAPE window. BACK TO MAIN WINDOWS will be highlighted.
9) Press the
button to return to the MAIN CONTROLS window, or press the
ADJUST SIDE ANGLES is highlighted.
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After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
...to continue to ADJUST SIDE ANGLES, start with step 5 under ADJUST
SIDE ANGLES and follow the directions.
Smart Help
...to exit completely, press the
button twice.
...to adjust only the BALANCED pincushion, follow steps 1 - 4 above, then
press the
button, and follow steps 7 - 9.
ADJUST SIDE ANGLES
ADJUST SIDE ANGLES under ADJUST SHAPE allows you to adjust two of the five preset options.
These two options are TRAPEZOID and PARALLELOGRAM. Note: use these features only when
the picture is not square.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST SHAPE is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be
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highlighted.
4) Press the
button to highlight ADJUST SIDE ANGLES.
5) Press the
button. The SIDE ANGLES window appears. TRAPEZOID should be highlighted.
6) To adjust the trapezoid, press the
or
7) When the trapezoid is adjusted, press the
the
button.
button to highlight PARALLELOGRAM or press
button to return to the ADJUST SHAPE window.
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8) To adjust the parallelogram, press the
or
9) When the parallelogram is adjusted, press the
button.
button to return to the ADJUST SHAPE
window. BACK TO MAIN WINDOWS will be highlighted.
10) Press the
button to return to the MAIN CONTROLS window, or press the
button until
ROTATE IMAGE is highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
...to continue to ROTATE IMAGE, start with step 5 under ROTATE IMAGE
and follow the directions.
Smart Help
...to exit completely, press the
button twice.
...to adjust only the PARALLELOGRAM, follow steps 1 - 4 above, then press
the
button, and follow steps 7 - 9.
ROTATE IMAGE (Not available in all models)
ROTATE IMAGE under ADJUST SHAPE allows you to adjust one of the five preset options. These
two options are PINCUSHION and BALANCED pincushion. Note: use this feature only when the
picture is not square.
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1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST SHAPE is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ADJUST SHAPE window appears. ADJUST SIDE CURVE should be
highlighted.
4) Press the
arrow until ROTATE IMAGE is highlighted.
5) Press the
button. The ROTATE IMAGE window appears. ROTATE should be highlighted.
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6) To adjust the rotation, press the
or
7) When the rotation is adjusted, press the
button.
button to return to the ADJUST SHAPE window.
BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS should be highlighted.
8) Press the
button to return to MAIN CONTROLS.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST COLOR, press the
button until ADJUST COLOR is
Smart Help highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under ADJUST COLOR and follow the
directions.
...to exit completely, press the
button twice.
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ADJUST COLOR
Your monitor has three preset options you can choose from. The first option is for GENERAL USE,
which is fine for most applications. The second option is for IMAGE MANAGEMENT, which includes
projects such as desktop publishing, viewing a DVD from your DVD player or pictures on the World
Wide Web, and playing video games. The third option is for PHOTO RETOUCH, which is for
working with pictures you have imported into your computer and want to alter. The fifth option is for
sRGB, which provides standard sRGB color performance to match another sRGB output. When you
select one of these options, the monitor automatically adjusts itself to that option. There are also
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two options, smart model and professional model, which allows you to adjust colors on your screen
to a setting you desire for high-end application.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until ADJUST COLOR is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The ADJUST COLOR window appears.
4) Press the
or
button to highlight 9300K for GENERAL USE, 6500K for IMAGE
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MANAGEMENT, 5500K for PHOTO RETOUCH, or USER PRESET or sRGB.
5) Once you have highlighted GENERAL USE, IMAGE MANAGEMENT, or PHOTO RETOUCH, or
sRGB press the
button to confirm you selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window.
CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
6a) Press the
or
button to highlight SMART MODEL.
6b) Once you have highlighted SMART MODEL press the
6c) Press the
or
button to confirm your selection.
button to adjust the color temperature. (Adjustment range 4000K-10000K)
6d) When adjustments is complete, press the
button to confirm your adjustments and return to
the MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
7a)Press the
or
button to highlight PROFESSIONAL MODEL.
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7b) USER PRESET is highlighted, press the
the
or
button to highlight RED GAIN. Next, press
button to adjust the color red gain.
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7c) When finished with RED GAIN, press the
the
or
button to adjust the color green gain.
7d) When finished with GREEN GAIN, press the
the
or
or
button to highlight BLUE GAIN. Next, press
button to adjust the color blue gain.
7e) When finished with BLUE GAIN, press the
the
button to highlight GREEN GAIN. Next, press
button to highlight RED CUTOFF. Next, press
button to adjust the color red cutoff.
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7f) When finished with RED CUTOFF, press the
press the
or
button to highlight GREEN CUTOFF. Next,
button to adjust the color green cutoff.
button to highlight BLUE CUTOFF. Next,
7g) When finished with GREEN CUTOFF, press the
press the
or
button to adjust the color blue cutoff.
7h) When all adjustments are complete, press the
button to confirm your adjustments and
return to the MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS. . .
. . . to continue to RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS, press the
Smart Help
button until
RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS is highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under
RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button.
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RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS
RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS returns everything in all the windows to factory presets.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The RESET TO FACTORY SETTINGS window appears.
4) Press the
or
button to select YES or NO. NO is the default. YES returns all settings to
their original factory adjustments.
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5) Press the
button to confirm your selection and return to the MAIN CONTROLS window.
CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to EXTRA CONTROLS, press the
button until EXTRA
Smart Help CONTROLS is highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under EXTRA CONTROLS.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button.
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EXTRA CONTROLS
ADJUST MOIRE (Not available in all models)
EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of three features, including ADJUST MOIRE. Moire is a fringe pattern
arising from the interference between two superimposed line patterns. To adjust your moire, follow
the steps below. Note: Use only if necessary. By activating ADJUST MOIRE, sharpness can be
affected.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the DOWN CURSOR button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlighted.
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3) Press the
button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears.
4) Press the
button until ADJUST MOIRE is highlighted.
5) Press the
button. The ADJUST MOIRE window appears.
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6) Press the
button until HORIZONTAL is highlighted.
or
To adjust the horizontal moire, press the
7) Press the
button.
button until VERTICAL is highlighted.
To adjust the vertical moire, press the
8) When the moire is adjusted, press the
or
button.
button to return to the EXTRA CONTROLS window.
BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
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After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
Smart Help
. . . to exit completely, press the
button.
DEGAUSS
EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of three features, including DEGAUSS. Degaussing removes
electromagnetic build up that may distort the color on your screen.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. Press the
DEGAUSS is highlighted.
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4) To degauss your screen, press the
button. Your screen will be degaussed, then the MAIN
CONTROLS window will reappear. CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS will be highlighted.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST MOIRE, press the
Smart Help
button until EXTRA
CONTROLS is highlighted. Next, start with step 3 under EXTRA CONTROLS,
ADJUST MOIRE.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button.
ADJUST CONVERGENCE (Not available in all models)
EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of features, including ADJUST CONVERGENCE. Convergence is a
process by which a color is created by blending other colors. For example, white is created by
blending red, blue, and green. If these colors do not completely blend together (converge) then you
may see unwanted red, green, or blue lines or dots. To adjust the convergence, follow the steps
below. Note: Use only if necessary. Remember: you must degauss the monitor BEFORE adjusting
the convergence.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
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2) Press the
button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. Note: If you have not
degaussed the monitor, please follow the steps under the Extra Controls - Degauss section of this
manual before adjusting the convergence.
4) Press the
button until ADJUST CONVERGENCE is highlighted.
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5) Press the
button. The ADJUST CONVERGENCE window appears. ADJUST HORIZONTAL
is highlighted.
6) To adjust the horizontal convergence, press the
or
7) When the horizontal convergence is adjusted, press the
CONVERGENCE.
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8) To adjust the vertical convergence, press the
or
button.
9) When the vertical convergence is adjusted, press the
button to return to the EXTRA
CONTROLS window. BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS is highlighted.
After returning to EXTRA CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST PURITY, press the
button until ADJUST
PURITY is highlighted. Next, start with step 4 under EXTRA CONTROLS ADJUST PURITY.
Smart Help
Note: If you have not degaussed the monitor, please follow the steps under
the Extra Controls - Degauss section of this manual before adjusting the purity.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button twice.
ADJUST PURITY (Not available in all models)
EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of features, including ADJUST PURITY. Purity is a process by which
colors appear clear and untainted, especially in the four corners of the monitor. Purity can be
affected by such things as the presence of a magnetic source near the monitor or even by the
ambient room temperature. For example, you might see the color red in a corner of the monitor
screen where you should see only a pure white. To adjust the purity, follow the steps below. Note:
Use only if necessary. Remember: you must degauss the monitor BEFORE adjusting the purity.
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1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlighted.
3) Press the
button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears. Note: If you have not
degaussed the monitor, please follow the steps under the Extra Controls - Degauss section of this
manual before adjusting the purity.
4) Press the
button until ADJUST PURITY is highlighted.
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5) Press the
. The ADJUST PURITY window appears. NS PUTRITY is highlighted.
6) Press the
or
button, to adjust NS PURITY and optimalize the purity performance.
7) When adjustment finished, press the
button to return to the EXTRA CONTROLS window.
BACK TO MAIN CONTROLS is highlighted.
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After returning to EXTRA CONTROLS . . .
. . . to continue to ADJUST PURITY, press the
Smart Help
button until AUTO
CALIBRATE is highlighted. Next, start with step 4 under EXTRA CONTROLS AUTO CALIBRATE.
. . . to exit completely, press the
button twice.
AUTO CALIBRATE (Not available in all models)
EXTRA CONTROLS is a set of three features, including AUTO CALIBRATE. Auto Calibrate
regularly readjusts the color to its original value for any of the ADJUST COLOR selections,
including USER PRESET. AUTO CALIBRATE also adjusts the luminance and black level of the
monitor, so that all three items remain at original settings. This helps extend the useful life of the
monitor. The calibration process takes less than 6 seconds to complete.
1) Press the
button on the monitor. The MAIN CONTROLS window appears.
2) Press the
button until EXTRA CONTROLS is highlighted.
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3) Press the
button. The EXTRA CONTROLS window appears.
4) Press the
button until AUTO CALIBRATE is highlighted.
5) Press the
or
button to select OFF or AUTO.
6) When the selection is made, press the
button to confirm your selection and return to the
MAIN CONTROLS window. CLOSE MAIN WINDOW will be highlighted.
7) Press the
button to exit the MAIN CONTROLS window.
After returning to MAIN CONTROLS . . .
Smart Help
. . . to exit completely, press the
button.
CLOSE MAIN CONTROLS
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F1rst Choice Warranty
Your Philips F1rst Choice Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this Philips monitor.
All Philips monitors are designed and manufactured to high standards and deliver
high-quality performance, ease of use and ease of installation. Should you
encounter any difficulties while installing or using this product, please contact the
Philips helpdesk directly to benefit from your Philips F1rst Choice Warranty. This
three-year service warranty entitles you to a swap model on-site if your monitor
turns out to be faulty or defective.Philips aims at a swap within 48 hours of your call
being received.
What is covered?
The Philips F1rst Choice Warranty applies within Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark,
France, Germany, Greece, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, the
Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and the United Kingdom and only for
monitors originally designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized for usage within these
countries.
Warranty coverage begins as from the day you buy your monitor. For three years thereafter, your
monitor will be swapped by at least an equivalent monitor in case of defects provided for under the
warranty coverage.
The swap monitor remains yours and Philips keeps the defective/original monitor. For the swap
monitor the warranty period remains equal to that of your original monitor, being 36 months as from
the purchase date of your original monitor.
What is excluded?
The Philips F1rst Choice Warranty applies provided the product is handled properly for its intended
use, in accordance with its operating instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or
cash receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealer's name and model and production number of
the product.
The Philips F1rst Choice Warranty may not apply if:
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The documents have been altered in any way or made illegible;
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The model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made
illegible;
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Repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by unauthorized service
organizations or persons;
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Damage is caused by accidents including but not limited to lightning, water or fire, misuse or
neglect;
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Reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna systems outside the
unit;
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Defects caused by abuse or misuse of the monitor;
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Product requires modification or adaptation to enable it to comply with local or national
technical standards, which apply in countries for which the product was not originally
designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized. Therefore always check whether a
product can be used in a specific country.
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Note that products that are not originally designed, manufactured, approved and/or
authorized for usage within the Philips F1rst Choice countries, do not apply to the Philips
F1rst Choice Warranty. In these cases the Philips global warranty terms are valid.
Just a click away
In case of any problems, we advise you to read the operating instructions carefully or go to the www.
philips.com/support website for additional support.
Just a phone call away
In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions
carefully or go to the www.philips.com/support website for additional support before contacting the
Philips helpdesk.
To solve your problem quickly, please prepare the following details before contacting the Philips
helpdesk:
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Philips type number
Philips serial number
Purchase date (copy of purchase may be required)
PC environment Processor:
❍ 286/386/486/Pentium Pro/Internal memory
❍ Operating system (Windows, DOS, OS/2, MAC)
❍ Fax/Modem/Internet program?
Other cards installed
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Having the following information available will also help speed up the process:
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Your proof of purchase indicating: date of purchase, dealer name, model and product serial
number.
The full address to which the faulty monitor has to be collected and the swap model should
be delivered.
Philips' customer help desks are located worldwide. Click here to access the F1rst Choice Contact
Information.
Or you can reach us via:
Website: http://www.philips.com/support
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Your Guarantee in Central and Eastern Europe
Your Guarantee in Central and Eastern Europe
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Philips product, which has been designed and manufactured to the
highest quality standards. If, unfortunately, something should go wrong with this product Philips
guarantees free of charge labor and replacement parts during a period of 36 months from date of
purchase.
What is covered?
This Philips Guarantee in Central and Eastern Europe applies within Czech Republic, Hungary,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Russia and Turkey and only for monitors originally designed,
manufactured, approved and/or authorized for usage within these countries.
Warranty coverage begins as from the day you buy your monitor. For 3 years thereafter, your
monitor will be serviced in case of defects provided for under the warranty coverage.
What is excluded?
The Philips guarantee applies provided the product is handled properly for its intended use, in
accordance with its operating instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or cash
receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealer's name and model and production number of the
product.
The Philips guarantee may not apply if:
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the documents have been altered in any way or made illegible;
the model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made
illegible;
repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by unauthorized service
organizations or persons;
damage is caused by accidents including but not limited to lightning, water or fire, misuse or
neglect.
Reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna systems outside the
unit;
Defects caused by abuse or misuse of the monitor;
Product requires modification or adaptation to enable it to comply with local or national
technical standards, which apply in countries for which the product was not originally
designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized. Therefore always check whether a
product can be used in a specific country.
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Your Guarantee in Central and Eastern Europe
Please note that the product is not defective under this guarantee in the case where modifications
become necessary in order for the product to comply with local or national technical standards
which apply in countries for which the product was not originally designed and/or manufactured.
Therefore always check whether a product can be used in a specific country.
Just a click away
In case of any problems, we advise you to read the operating instructions carefully or go to the www.
philips.com/support website for additional support.
Just a phone call away
In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions
carefully before contacting our dealers or Information Centers
In case your Philips product is not working correctly or is defective, please contact your Philips
dealer or directly the Philips Service and Consumer Information Centers.
Website:www.philips.com/support
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International Guarantee
Your International Guarantee
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing this Philips product which has been designed and manufactured to the
highest quality standards.
If, unfortunately, something should go wrong with this product Philips guarantees free of charge
labor and replacement parts irrespective of the country where it is repaired during a period of 12
months from date of purchase. This international Philips guarantee complements the existing
national guarantee obligations to you of dealers and Philips in the country of purchase and does not
affect your statutory rights as a customer.
The Philips guarantee applies provided the product is handled properly for its intended use, in
accordance with its operating instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or cash
receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealer's name and model and production number of the
product.
The Philips guarantee may not apply if:
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the documents have been altered in any way or made illegible;
the model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made
illegible;
repairs or product modifications and alterations have been executed by unauthorized service
organizations or persons;
damage is caused by accidents including but not limited to lightning, water or fire, misuse or
neglect.
Please note that the product is not defective under this guarantee in the case where modifications
become necessary in order for the product to comply with local or national technical standards
which apply in countries for which the product was not originally designed and/or manufactured.
Therefore always check whether a product can be used in a specific country.
In case your Philips product is not working correctly or is defective, please contact your Philips
dealer. In the event you require service whilst in another country a dealer address can be given to
you by the Philips Consumer Help Desk in that country, the telephone and fax number of which can
be found in the relevant part of this booklet.
In order to avoid unnecessary inconvenience, we advise you to read the operating instructions
carefully before contacting your dealer. If you have questions which your dealer cannot answer or
any related question please contact the Philips Consumer Information Centers or via:
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International Guarantee
Website: http://www.philips.com
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United States Guarantee
Philips F1rst Choice Warranty (USA / Canada)
Thank you for purchasing this Philips monitor.
All Philips monitors are designed and manufactured to high standards and
deliver high-quality performance, ease of use and ease of installation. Should
you encounter any difficulties while installing or using this product, please
contact Philips directly to benefit from your Philips F1rst Choice Warranty. This
three-year service warranty entitles you to a swap model on-site within 48
hours of your call being received within the first year of purchase. If you have
any problems with your monitor within the second or third year of purchase, we
will repair it after it has been sent to the service provider at your expense and
returned to you within five working days, free of charge.
LIMITED WARRANTY (Computer Monitor)
Click here to access the Warranty Registration Card
Three Years Free Labor / Three Years Free Service on Parts / One Year Exchange*
*Product will be exchanged with a new or renewed to original specifications unit within two
business days for the first year. This product must be shipped in at your expense for service during
years two and three.
WHO IS COVERED?
You must have proof of purchase to receive warranty service. A sales receipt or other document
showing that you purchased the product is considered proof of purchase. Attach it to this owner's
manual and keep both nearby.
WHAT IS COVERED?
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product. For three years thereafter, all parts will be
repaired or replaced, and labor is free. After three years from the day of purchase, you pay for the
replacement or repair of all parts, and for all labor charges.
All parts, including repaired and replaced parts, are covered only for the original warranty period.
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United States Guarantee
When the warranty on the original product expires, the warranty on all replaced and repaired
products and parts also expires.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED?
Your warranty does not cover:
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labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the
product, and installation or repair of antenna systems outside of the product.
product repair and/or part replacement because of misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or
other cause not within the control of Philips Consumer Electronics.
reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna systems outside the
unit.
a product that requires modification or adaptation to enable it to operate in any country other
than the country for which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or
repair of products damaged by these modifications.
incidental or consequential damages resulting from the product. (Some states do not allow
the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply
to you. This includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copyrighted or not
copyrighted.)
a product used for commercial or institutional purposes.
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the model or production number on the product has been altered, deleted, removed or made
illegible.
Where IS SERVICE AVAILABLE?
Warranty service is available in all countries where the product is officially distributed by Philips
Consumer Electronics. In countries where Philips Consumer Electronics does not distribute the
product, the local Philips service organization will attempt to provide service (although there may be
a delay if the appropriate spare parts and technical manual(s) are not readily available).
Where CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
For more information, contact the Philips Customer Care Center by calling (877) 835-1838 (U.S.A.
customers only) or (919) 573-7855.
Before Requesting Service...
Please check your owner's manual before requesting service. Adjustments of the controls
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United States Guarantee
discussed there may save you a service call.
TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE IN U.S.A., PUERTO RICO OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS...
Contact the Philips Customer Care Center phone number listed below for product assistance and
procedures for servicing:
Philips Customer Care Center
(877) 835-1838 or (919) 573-7855
(In U.S.A., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, all implied warranties, including implied warranties
of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the duration of this
express warranty. But, because some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty may last, this limitation may not apply to you.)
TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE IN CANADA...
Please contact Philips at:
(800) 479-6696
Three years free parts and three years free labor will be provided at Philips Canada depot or any
one of its authorized service centers.
(In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties. No other warranties are expressed
or implied, including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Philips is not liable under any circumstances for any direct, indirect, special, incidental or
consequential damages, howsoever incurred, even if notified of the possibility of such damages.)
REMEMBER... Please record the model and serial numbers found on the product below.
MODEL # ________________________________________________
SERIAL # ________________________________________________
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United States Guarantee
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/
province to state/province.
Before contacting Philips, please prepare the following details so we can solve your problem
quickly.
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Philips type number
Philips serial number
Purchase date (copy of purchase may be required)
PC environment Processor:
❍ 286/386/486/Pentium Pro/Internal memory
❍ Operating system (Windows, DOS, OS/2, MAC)
❍ Fax/Modem/Internet program?
Other cards installed
Having the following information available will also help speed up the process:
Your proof of purchase indicating: date of purchase, dealer name, model and product serial
number.
The full address to which the faulty monitor has to be collected and the swap model should
be delivered.
Just a phone call away
Philips' customer help desks are located worldwide. Within the U.S. you can contact Philips
customer care Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM-9:00 PM Eastern Time (ET) and on Saturdays from
10:00 AM-5:00 PM ET hrs by using one of the contact phone numbers.
For more information on this and more great Philips products visit our website at:
Website: http://www.philips.com
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F1rst Choice Contact Information
F1rst Choice Contact Information
Country
Telephone number
Tariff
Austria
0820 901115
0.20
Belgium
070 253 010
0.17
Cyprus
800 92256
Free of Charge
Denmark
3525 8761
Local call tariff
Finland
09 2290 1908
Local call tariff
France
08 9165 0006
0.23
Germany
0180 5 007 532
0.12
Greece
00800 3122 1223
Local call tariff
Ireland
01 601 1161
Local call tariff
Italy
199 404 042
0.25
Luxembourg
26 84 30 00
Local call tariff
The Netherlands
0900 0400 063
0.20
Norway
2270 8250
Local call tariff
Portugal
2 1359 1440
Local call tariff
Spain
902 888 785
0.15
Sweden
08 632 0016
Local call tariff
Switzerland
02 2310 2116
Local call tariff
United Kingdom
0207 949 0069
Local call tariff
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Consumer Information Centers
Consumer Information Centers
Antilles • Argentina • Australia • Bangladesh • Belarus • Brasil • Bulgaria • Canada • Chile •
China • Colombia • Croatia • Czech Republic • Dubai • Estonia • Hong Kong • Hungary •
India• Indonesia • Korea • Latvia • Lithuania • Malaysia • Mexico • Morocco • New Zealand
• Pakistan • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Russia • Romania • Serbia&Montenegro
• Singapore • Slovakia • Slovenia • South Africa • Taiwan • Thailand • Turkey • Uruguay •
Ukraine • Venezuela
Eastern Europe
BELARUS
Technical Centre of JV IBA
M. Bogdanovich str. 155
BY - 220040 Minsk
Tel: +375 17 217 33 86
BULGARIA
LAN Service
140, Mimi Balkanska Str.
Office center Translog
1540 Sofia, Bulgaria
tel: +359 2 960 2360
www.lan-service.bg
CZECH REPUBLIC
Xpectrum
Lužná 591/4
CZ - 160 00 Praha 6
Tel: 800 100 697
Email:info@xpectrum.cz
www.xpectrum.cz
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Consumer Information Centers
CROATIA
Renoprom d.o.o.
Mlinska 5, Strmec
HR - 41430 Samobor
+385 1 333 0974
ESTONIA
FUJITSU SERVICES OU
Akadeemia tee 21G
EE-12618 Tallinn
Tel: +372 6519900
www.ee.invia.fujitsu.com
HUNGARY
Serware Szerviz
Vizimolnár u. 2-4
HU - 1031 Budapest
Tel: +36 1 2426331
Email: inbox@serware.hu
www.serware.hu
LATVIA
ServiceNet LV
Jelgavas iela 36
LV-1055 Riga,
Tel: +371 7460399
Email: serviss@servicenet.lv
LITHUANIA
ServiceNet LT
Gaiziunu G. 3
LT – 3009 KAUNAS
Tel: +370 7400088
Email: servisas@servicenet.lt
www.servicenet.lt
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Consumer Information Centers
ROMANIA
Blue Ridge Int'l Computers SRL
115, Mihai Eminescu St., Sector 2
RO - 020074 Bucharest
Tel.:+40 21 2101969
SERBIA&MONTENEGRO
Tehnicom Service d.o.o.
Bulevar Vojvode Misica 37B
YU – 11000 Belgrade
Tel: +381 11 3060 886
SLOVAKIA
Datalan Servisne Stredisko
Puchovska 8
SK - 831 06 Bratislava
Tel: +421 2 49207155
Email: servis@datalan.sk
SLOVENIA
PC HAND
Brezovce 10
SI - 1236 Trzin
Tel: +386 1 530 08 24
Email: servis@pchand.si
POLAND
Zolter
ul.Zytnia 1
PL - 05-500 Piaseczno
Tel:+48 22 7501766
Email: servmonitor@zolter.com.pl
www.zolter.com.pl
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Consumer Information Centers
RUSSIA
Tel: +7 095 961-1111
Tel: 8-800-200-0880
Web-site: www.philips.ru
TURKEY
Türk Philips Ticaret A.S.
Yukari Dudullu Org.San.Bolgesi
2.Cadde No:22
34776-Umraniye/Istanbul
Tel: (0800)-261 33 02
UKRAINE
Comel
Shevchenko street 32
UA - 49030 Dnepropetrovsk
Tel: +380 562320045
www.csp-comel.com
Latin America
ANTILLES
Philips Antillana N.V.Kaminda A.J.E. Kusters 4
Zeelandia, P.O. box 3523-3051
Willemstad, Curacao
Phone: (09)-4612799
Fax : (09)-4612772
ARGENTINA
Vedia 3892 Capital Federal
CP:1430 Buenos Aires
Phone/Fax: (011)-4544 2047
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Consumer Information Centers
BRASIL
Philips da Amazonia Ind. Elet.Ltda.
Rua Verbo Divino, 1400 -Sao Paulo-SP CEP-04719-002
Phone: 11 2121 0203 -São Paulo & 0800-701-0203 - Other Regions without São Paulo City.
CHILE
Philips Chilena S.A.
Avenida Santa Maria 0760
P.O. box 2687Santiago de Chile
Phone: (02)-730 2000
Fax : (02)-777 6730
COLOMBIA
Industrias Philips de Colombia
S.A.-Division de Servicio
CARRERA 15 Nr. 104-33
Bogota, Colombia
Phone: (01)-8000-111001 (toll free)
Fax : (01)-619-4300/619-4104
MEXICO
Consumer Information Centre
Norte 45 No.669
Col. Industrial Vallejo
C.P.02300, -Mexico, D.F.
Phone: (05)-3687788 / 9180050462
Fax : (05)-7284272
PARAGUAY
Av. Rca. Argentina 1780c/ Alfredo Seiferheld
P.O. BOX 605
Phone: (595 21)-664 333
Fax : (595 21)-664 336
Customer Desk:
Phone: 009 800 54 1 0004
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Consumer Information Centers
PERU
Philips Peruana S.A.
Customer Desk
Comandante Espinar 719
Casilla 1841
Limab18
Phone: (01)-2136200
Fax : (01)-2136276
URUGUAY
Rambla O'Higgins 5303 Montevideo
Uruguay
Phone: (598)-619 66 66
Fax : (598)-619 77 77
Customer Desk:
Phone: 0004054176
VENEZUELA
Industrias Venezolanas Philips S.A.
Apartado Postal 1167
Caracas 1010-A
Phone: (02) 2377575
Fax : (02) 2376420
Canada
CANADA
Philips Electronics Ltd.
281 Hillmount Road Markham Ontario,
L6C 2S3
Phone: 800- 479-6696
Fax:905-887-3974
Pacific
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Consumer Information Centers
AUSTRALIA
Philips Consumer Electronics
Customer Care Centre.
Level 1, 65 Epping Rd
North Ryde NSW 2113
Phone: 1300 363 391
Fax:+61 2 9947 0063
NEW ZEALAND
Philips New Zealand Ltd.
Consumer Help Desk
2 Wagener Place, Mt.Albert
P.O. box 1041
Auckland
Phone: 0800 477 999 (Toll Free)
Fax:0800 288 588
Asia
BANGLADESH
Philips Service Centre
100 Kazi Nazrul Islam
Avenue Kawran Bazar C/A
Dhaka-1215
Phone: (02)-812909
Fax : (02)-813062
CHINA
SHANHAI
Rm 1007, Hongyun Building, No. 501 Wuning road,
200063 Shanghai
P.R. China
Phone: 4008 800 008
Fax:21-52710058
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Consumer Information Centers
HONG KONG
Philips Electronics Hong Kong Limited
Consumer Service
Unit A, 10/F. Park Sun Building
103-107 Wo Yi Hop Road
Kwai Chung, N.T.
Hong Kong
Phone: (852) 2619-9663
Fax: (852) 2481 5847
INDIA
Phone: (020)-712 2048 ext 2765
Fax:(020)-712 1558
BOMBAY
Philips India
Customer Relation Centre
Bandbox House
254-D Dr. A Besant Road, Worli
Bombay 400 025
CALCUTTA
Customer Relation Centre
7 justice Chandra Madhab Road
Calcutta 700 020
MADRAS
Customer Relation Centre
3, Haddows Road
Madras 600 006
NEW DELHI
Customer Relation Centre
68, Shivaji Marg
New Dehli 110 015
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Consumer Information Centers
INDONESIA
Philips Group of Companies in Indonesia
Consumer Information Centre
Jl.Buncit Raya Kav. 99-100
12510 Jakarta
Phone: (021)-7940040 Ext 2100
Fax : (021)-7947511 / 7947539
KOREA
Philips Korea Ltd.
Philips House
C.P.O. box 3680
260-199, Itaewon-Dong.
Yongsan-Ku, Seoul 140-202
Phone: 080 600 6600 (Toll Free)
Fax:(02)709 1245
MALAYSIA
After Market Solutions Sdn Bhd,
Philips Authorised Service Center,
Lot 6, Jalan 225, Section 51A,
46100 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia
Phone: (603)-7954 9619/ 7956 3695
Fax:(03)-7954 8504
Customer Careline: 1800-880-180
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Consumer Information Centers
PAKISTAN
Philips Consumer Information Centre
Mbuarak manzil,
39, Garden Road, Saddar,
Karachi-74400
Phone: (9221)-2737 411-16
Fax:(9221)-2721 167
E-Mail:care@philips.com
Web-site:www.philips.com.pk
PHILIPPINES
Philips Electronics&Lighting, Inc.
Consumer Electronics
48F PBCOM Tower
6795 Ayala Avenue cor VA Rufino St.
Salcedo Village
1227 Makati City, PHILS
Phone: (02)-888 0572 , Domestic Toll Free:1-800-10-PHILIPS or 1-800-10-744 5477
Fax:(02)-888 0571
SINGAPORE
Accord Customer Care Solutions Ltd
Authorized Philips Service Center
Consumer Service
620A Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
Singapore 319762
Phone:+65 6882 3999
Fax:+65 6250 8037
TAIWAN
Philips Taiwan Ltd.
Consumer Information Centre
13F, No. 3-1 Yuan Qu St., Nan Gang Dist.,
Taipei, 115, Taiwan
Phone: 0800-231-099
Fax:(02)-3789 2641
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Consumer Information Centers
THAILAND
Philips Electronics Thailand Ltd.
26-28th floor, Thai Summit Tower
1768 New Petchburi Road
Khwaeng Bangkapi, Khet Huaykhwang
Bangkok 10320 Thailand
Phone : (66) 2-652 8652
email:cic Thai@philips.com
Africa
MOROCCO
Philips Electronique Maroc
304,BD Mohamed V
Casablanca
Phone: (02)-302992
Fax : (02)-303446
SOUTH AFRICA
PHILIPS SA (PTY) LTD
Customer Care Centre
195 Main Road
Martindale, Johannesburg
P.O. box 58088
Newville 2114
Phone: +27 (0)11-471 5194
Fax : +27 (0)11-471 5123
Middle East
DUBAI
Philips Middle East B.V.
Consumer Information Centre
P.O.Box 7785
DUBAI
Phone: (04)-3353666
Fax : (04)-3353999
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PHILIPS Warranty Card
8/16/02
12:38 PM
Page 1
It Takes Only A Moment To
PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT.
Congratulations on investing in a Philips product. It’s an important and intelligent decision that’s sure to reward you
for many years to come. To ensure you’ll get all of the privileges and protection that come with your purchase,
please complete your Warranty Registration Card within the next ten days.
SIMPLY MAIL THE CARD BELOW TO RECEIVE ALL
OF THESE BENEFITS TO WHICH YOU’RE ENTITLED.
WARRANTY VERIFICATION
Your prompt registration verifies your right to protection
under the terms and conditions of your warranty.
OWNER CONFIRMATION
Your completed Warranty Registration Card serves as confirmation
of ownership in the event of product loss or theft.
MODEL REGISTRATION
Returning the attached card right away guarantees you’ll receive
all information and special offers for which your purchase makes you eligible. So please act today!
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DETACH AND MAIL PORTION BELOW.
WARRANTY
REGISTRATION CARD
Registering your product is an essential step to ensure that you receive all of the benefits you are entitled to as a
Philips customer. So complete the information below in ink, and drop this card in the nearest mailbox.
IMPORTANT - RETURN WITHIN TEN DAYS
Month
Day
Year
Mail This Card Today To Get The Most From Your Purchase!
❏ No, I do not want to receive personalized offers about Philips products or other information from Philips in the future.
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rev. 7/02
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8/16/02
12:38 PM
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TEN DAYS TO ENSURE YOUR:
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