Philips Signage Solutions E-Line Display BDL6520EL

BDL6520EL
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User Manual (English)
BDL6520EL
Safety Instructions
Warnings and Precautions
KNOW THESE SAFETY SYMBOLS
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates high voltage is present inside. It is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any inside part of this product.
This symbol alerts you that important literature concerning operation and maintenance has been included with this product.
Note to CATV system installers: This reminder is provided to call CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electrical Code
(Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part I), that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
CAUTION:FCC/CSA regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate it.
CAUTION:To prevent electric shock, match the wide blade of plug to the wide slot, and fully insert the plug.
IMPORTANT:One Federal Court has held that unauthorized recording of copyrighted TV programs is an infringement of U.S. copyright laws. Certain
Canadian programs may also be copyrighted and any unauthorized recording in whole or in part may be in violation of these rights.
TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
The Socket-outlet should be installed near the apparatus and be easily accessible.
Read and follow these instructions when connecting and using your Public Information Display:
• Unplug the display if you are not going to use it for an extensive period of time.
• Unplug the display if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth. The screen many be wiped with a dry cloth when the power is
off. However, never use alcohol, solvents or ammonia-based liquids.
• Consult a service technician if the display does not operate normally when you have followed the instructions in this manual.
• The casing cover should be opened only by qualified service personnel.
• Keep the display out of direct sunlight and away from stoves or any other heat sources.
• Remove any object that could fall into the vents or prevent proper cooling of the display’s electronics.
• Do not block the ventilation holes on the cabinet.
• Keep the display dry. To avoid electric shock, do not expose it to rain or excessive moisture.
• If turning off the display by detaching the power cable, wait for 6 seconds before re-attaching the power cable for normal operation.
• To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set do not expose the display to rain or excessive moisture.
• When positioning the display, make sure the power plug and outlet are easily accessible.
• IMPORTANT: Always activate a screen saver program during your application. If a still image in high contrast remains on the
screen for an extended period of time, it may leave an ‘after-image’ or ‘ghost image’ on the front of the screen. This is a well-known
phenomenon that is caused by the shortcomings inherent in LCD technology. In most cases the afterimage will disappear gradually
over a period of time after the power has been switched off. Be aware that the after-image symptom cannot be repaired and is not
covered under warranty.
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Regulatory Information
CE Declaration of Conformity
We declare under our responsibility that the product is in conformity with the following standards:
• EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011 (Safety requirement of Information Technology Equipment).
• EN55022:2010 (Radio Disturbance requirement of Information Technology Equipment).
• EN55024:2010 (Immunity requirement of Information Technology Equipment).
• EN61000-3-2:2006 +A1:2009+A2:2009 (Limits for Harmonic Current Emission).
• EN61000-3-3:2008 (Limitation of Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker) following provisions of directives applicable.
• 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive).
• 2004/108/EC (EMC Directive).
• 2009/125/EC (ErP Directive, EC No. 1275/2008, 642/2009 Implementing Directive for Standby and Off mode power consumption).
• 93/68/EEC (Amendment of EMC and Low Voltage Directive) and is produced by a manufacturing organization on ISO9000 level.
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 when the equipment is operated in
a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in
a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Use only an RF shielded cable that was supplied with the display when connecting this display 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 INTERFERENCE- CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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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,
display, 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.
Electric, Magnetic and Electronmagnetic Fields (“EMF”)
1. We manufacture and sell many products targeted at consumers, which, like any electronic apparatus, in general have the ability to emit and receive
electromagnetic signals.
2. One of our leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety measures for our products, to comply with all applicable legal
requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards applicable at the time of producing the products.
3. We are committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no adverse health effects.
4. We confirm that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use according to scientific evidence available today.
5. We play an active role in the development of international EMF and safety standards, enabling us to anticipate further developments in standardization
for early integration in its products.
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Information for U.K. only
WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
(B)
Important:
(A)
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 & YELLOW wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with
the letter “E” or by the Earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN & YELLOW.
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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China RoHS
中国电子信息产品污染控制标识要求 (中国RoHS法规标示要求) 产品中有毒有害物质或元素
的名称及含量
有毒有害物质或元素
部件名称
铅
(Pb)
汞
(Hg)
镉
(Cd)
六价铬
(Cr 6+)
多溴联苯
(PBB)
多溴二苯醚
(PBDE)
外壳
O
O
O
O
O
O
液晶面板
X
X
O
O
O
O
电路板组件
X
O
O
O
O
O
附件
(遥控器,电源线,连接线)
X
O
O
O
O
O
遥控器电池
X
O
O
O
O
O
O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求以下.
X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 SJ/T11363-2006 标准规定的限量要求.
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環保使用期限
此標識指期限(十年),電子信息產品中含有的有毒有害物質或元素在正常使用的條件下不會發生外泄或突變
,電子信息產品用戶使用該電子信息產品不會對環境造成嚴重污染或對其人身、財產造成嚴重損害的期限。
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North Europe (Nordic Countries) Information
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.
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.
End-of-Life Disposal
Your new Public Information Display 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 display from your local Philips dealer.
(For customers in Canada and U.S.A.)
This product may contain lead and/or mercury. Dispose of in accordance to local-state and federal regulations. For additional information on recycling
contact www.eia.org (Consumer Education Initiative)
Waste Electrical and Electronie 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.
Attention users in United States:
Like all LCD products, this set contains a lamp with Mercury. Please dispose of according to all Local, State and Federal Laws. For the disposal or recycling
information, contact: www.mygreenelectronics.com or www.eiae.org.
End of Life Directives-Recycling
Your new Public Information Display contains several materials that can be recycled for new users.
Like all LCD produces, this set contains a lamp with Mercury. Please dispose of according to all Local, State, and Federal laws.
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Table Of Contents
1. Unpacking and Installation...................................... 1
1.1.Unpacking......................................................................1
1.2. Package Contents......................................................1
1.3. Installation Notes.......................................................1
1.4. Mounting on a Wall..................................................2
1.5. Mounting in Portrait Position..............................3
1.5.1. How to use the logo guider for
portrait position.........................................3
1.5.2. How to remove the logo......................3
3.6. Fixing your external PC......................................13
4. OSD Menu...............................................................14
4.1. Navigating the OSD Menu..............................14
4.1.1. Navigating the OSD menu using
the remote control................................14
4.1.2. Navigating the OSD menu using
the display’s control buttons............14
4.2. OSD Menu Overview.........................................14
4.2.1. Picture menu.............................................14
4.2.2. Screen menu.............................................15
4.2.3. Audio menu...............................................16
4.2.4. PIP menu.....................................................16
4.2.5. Configuration1 menu...........................17
4.2.6. Configuration2 menu...........................18
4.2.7. Advanced option menu......................18
2. Parts and Functions.................................................. 4
2.1. Control Panel...............................................................4
2.2. Input/Output Terminals..........................................5
2.3. Remote Control.........................................................6
2.3.1. General functions......................................6
2.3.2. [FREEZE] operation.................................7
2.3.3. Inserting the batteries in the
remote control...........................................7
2.3.4. Handling the remote control..............7
2.3.5. Operating range of the remote
control.............................................................7
5. Input Mode...............................................................22
6. Pixel Defect Policy..................................................23
6.1. Pixels and Sub-Pixels.............................................23
6.2. Types of Pixel Defects +
Dot Definition..........................................................23
6.3. Bright Dot Defects................................................23
6.4. Dark Dot Defects..................................................24
6.5. Proximity of Pixel Defects.................................24
6.6. Pixel Defect Tolerances.......................................24
6.7.MURA...........................................................................24
3. Connecting External Equipment........................... 8
3.1. Using the Switch Cover.........................................8
3.2. Connecting External Equipment
(DVD/VCR/VCD).....................................................9
3.2.1. Using COMPONENT video
input..................................................................9
3.2.2. Using HDMI video input.......................9
3.3. Connecting a PC.....................................................10
3.3.1. Using VGA input......................................10
3.3.2. Using DVI input.......................................10
3.3.3. Using HDMI input..................................10
3.4. Connecting Audio Equipment.........................11
3.4.1. Connecting external speakers........11
3.4.2. Connecting an external audio
device............................................................11
3.5. Connecting Multiple Displays in a
Daisy-chain Configuration.................................12
3.5.1. Control connection...............................12
3.5.2. Video connection...................................12
7.
Cleaning and Troubleshooting..............................25
7.1.Cleaning.......................................................................25
7.2.Troubleshooting.......................................................26
8. Technical Specifications.........................................27
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1.
Unpacking and Installation
1.1.
Unpacking
• This product is packed in a carton, together with the standard accessories.
• Any other optional accessories will be packed separately.
• Due to the size and weight of this display it is recommended for two people to move it.
• After opening the carton, ensure that the contents are complete and in good condition.
1.2.
Package Contents
Please verify that you received the following items with your package content:
• LCD display
POWER
• CD ROM
SMART
ON/OFF
INPUT
CONTRAST
CHANGE
BRIGHTNESS
MENU
DISPLAY
SET
• Power cord (1.8 m)
EXIT
AUTO
ADJUST
CD ROM
• VGA cable (1.8 m)
VOL UP
MUTE
VOL DOWN
FREEZE
LCD Display
• RS232 cable (3 m)
LCD-Display / Pantalla LCD / Écran LCD / Display LCD /
Wyświetlacz LCD / ЖК-монитор / LCD Ekran / 液晶显示器 / 液晶顯示器
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• Quick sart guide
Remote Control
and AAA Batteries
• Power switch cover
• Logo guider
AUDIO
SOURCE
PIP
• Remote control with AAA batteries
• Screw for power switch cover (M3x8)
VIDEO
SOURCE
Kurzanleitung / Guía rápida / Guide de démarrage rapide / Guida rapida /
Instrukcja szybkiego uruchomienia / Краткое руководство по запуску /
Hızlı başlangiç kılavuzu / 快速入门指南 / 快速入門指南
Installation / Installation / Instalación / Installation / Installazione / Instalacja /
Установка / Kurulum / 安装 / 安裝
Connect / Verbindungsfähigkeit / Conectividad / Connectivité / Connettività /
Połączenia / Подключение / Bağlantı / 连接性 / 連接性
* The supplied power cord varies depending on destination.
Register your product and get support at
www.philips.com/welcome
Quick Start Guide
For EU
For China
Power Switch Cover
and Screw (M3x8) x1
For North America
For UK
RS232 Cable
Logo Guider
VGA Cable
NOTES:
• For all other regions, apply a power cord that conforms to the AC voltage of the power socket and has been approved by and complies with the
safety regulations of the particular country.
• You might like to save the package box and packing material for shipping the display.
1.3.
Installation Notes
• Due to the high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product. If an extended line is required, please consult your
service agent.
• The product should be installed on a flat surface to avoid tipping. The distance between the back of the product and the wall should be maintained
for proper ventilation. Avoid installing the product in the kitchen, bathroom or any other places with high humidity so as not to shorten the service life
of the electronic components.
• The product can normally operate only under 5000 m in altitude. In installations at altitudes above 5000 m, some abnormalities may be experienced.
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1.4.
Mounting on a Wall
To mount this display to a wall, you will have to obtain a standard wall-mounting kit (commercially available). We recommend using a mounting interface
that complies with UL1678 standard in North America.
600
Protective Sheet
400
Table
1. Lay a protective sheet on a table, which was wrapped around the display when it was packaged, beneath the screen surface so as not to scratch the
screen face.
2. Ensure you have all accessories for mounting this display (wall mount, ceiling mount, table stand, etc).
3. Follow the instructions that come with the base mounting kit. Failure to follow correct mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment
or injury to the user or installer. Product warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
4. For the wall-mounting kit, use M8 mounting screws (having a length 14 mm longer than the thickness of the mounting bracket) and tighten them
securely.
Caution:
To prevent the display from falling:
• For wall or ceiling installation, we recommend installing the display with metal brackets which are commercially available. For detailed installation
instructions, refer to the guide received with the respective bracket.
• To lessen the probability of injury and damage resulting from fall of the display in case of earthquake or other natural disaster, be sure to consult the
bracket manufacturer for installation location.
Ventilation Requirements for enclosure locating
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding objects as shown in the diagram below.
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
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1.5.
Mounting in Portrait Position
This display can be installed in portrait position.
1. Remove the table stand, if attached.
2. Rotate 90 degrees clockwise. The “
” logo should be on the LEFT side when facing the display.
90
90
1.5.1. How to use the logo guider for portrait position
1. Put the guider on the lower-left corner of the front bezel of the display.
Fold down both of its edges.
1
2
3
1
2
3
” logo sticker.
2. Peel off the protective film at the back of the “
Hold and press the guider with your left hand. Put the “
” logo
sticker with its adhesive side down into the logo hole with your right
hand, and press to make it stick tightly onto the front bezel.
3. Remove the guider.
1.5.2. How to remove the logo
1. Prepare a piece of paper with a cutting area of logo as a protector to
prevent the front bezel from scratching.
2. Using a knife, carefully remove the logo sticker with the paper placing
beneath.
3. Tear off the logo sticker.
NOTE:When installing the display on a wall, please consult a professional technician for proper installation. We accept no liability for installations not
performed by a professional technician.
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2.
Parts and Functions
2.1.
Control Panel
9
MUTE INPUT
1
1
2
3
MENU
4
5
6
7
8
[POWER] button
NOTE:“Keyboard Control Lock Mode” This function completely
disables the access to all Keyboard Control functions. To
enable or disable the keyboard control lock, press both [ ]
and [ ] buttons and hold down continuously for more than
3 (three) seconds.
Press to turn the display on or put the display to standby.
2
[MUTE] button
Press to switch the audio mute ON/OFF.
3
9
[INPUT] button
• Receives command signals from the remote control.
Press to select the input source.
4
• Indicates the operating status of the display without OPS:
[ ] button
-- Lights green when the display is turned on
Press to increase the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or increase
the audio output level while OSD menu is off.
-- Lights red when the display is in standby mode
-- Lights amber when the display enters APM mode
• Used as [SET] button in the On-Screen-Display menu,
5
-- When {SCHEDULE} is enabled, the light blinks green and red
[ ] button
-- If the light blinks red, it indicates that a failure has been
detected
Press to decrease the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or
decrease the audio output level while OSD menu is off.
6
-- Lights off when the main power of the display is turned off
[ ] button
• Indicates the operating status of the display with OPS:
Press to move the highlight bar up to adjust the selected item while
OSD menu is on.
7
-- Lights green when the display is on, but the OPS is off
-- Lights blue when the display and the OPS is on
[ ] button
-- Lights red when the display is in standby mode
-- Lights amber when the display enters APM mode
Press to move the highlight bar down to adjust the selected item
while OSD menu is on.
8
Remote control sensor and power status indicator
-- When {SCHEDULE} is enabled, the light blinks green and red
[MENU] button
-- If the light blinks red, it indicates that a failure has been
detected
Press to return to previous menu while OSD menu is on, or to
activate the OSD menu when OSD menu is off.
-- Lights off when the main power of the display is turned off
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2.2.
Input/Output Terminals
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO IN 1
AUDIO IN 3
S-VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN 2
VIDEO IN
2
5
7
9
12
13
15
(OUT)
1
3
2
(IN)
1
1
3
4
6
8
10
11
12
AC IN
MAIN POWER SWITCH
• VIDEO IN (BNC): Composite video signal input.
• VIDEO OUT (BNC): Composite video signal output from
[VIDEO IN] jack.
AC OUT
AC power output.
4
12 AUDIO
RS232C IN / RS232C OUT
• AUDIO IN 1: 3.5 mm stereo phone jack
RJ-45
• AUDIO IN 2, AUDIO IN 3: RCA phone jack
LAN port connection for your OPS device.
6
13 AUDIO
DVI IN
VGA OUT (D-Sub)
14 SPEAKER
OUT
HDMI IN
15 SPEAKER
SWITCH
VGA IN (D-Sub)
16 OPS
Audio output to external speakers.
VGA video output.
8
Internal speaker on/off switch.
HDMI video/audio input.
9
OUT (RCA)
Audio signal output from [AUDIO IN 1], [AUDIO IN 2], or [AUDIO
IN 3] jack to connect your external AV device.
DVI-D video input.
7
IN 1 / AUDIO IN 2 / AUDIO IN 3
Audio input from external AV device.
RS232C network input/output for the loop-through function.
5
IN / VIDEO OUT
• S-VIDEO IN (Mini DIN 4 pin): S-VIDEO (Y/C separate signal)
input.
Main power on/off switch.
3
16
11 VIDEO
AC power input.
2
14
10 COMPONENT
SLOT
Connection slot for your OPS device.
VGA video input.
IN (BNC)
Component YPbPr video source input.
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2.3.
Remote Control
5
Press to turn on/off the information OSD displayed on the upper
right corner of the screen.
2.3.1. General functions
6
• Press to decrease the value in OSD menu.
1
10
VIDEO
SOURCE
• Press to move the sub-picture left in PIP mode.
AUDIO
SOURCE
2
7
8
NOTE:This button is functional for VGA input only.
3
INPUT
CHANGE
4
9
13
CONTRAST
BRIGHTNESS
5
DISPLAY
6
[AUTO ADJUST] button
Press to run the Auto Adjust function.
PIP
ON/OFF
[SET] button
Press to activate the setting inside the OSD menu.
11
12
10 [VIDEO
11 [AUDIO
17
AUTO
ADJUST
EXIT
VOL UP
MUTE
SOURCE] button
Press to toggle Video Source Menu. Press [ ] or [ ] button to
select one of the video sources among HDMI, DVI-D, VGA,
Component, S-Video, Video, or Card OPS. Press [SET]
button to confirm and exit.
16
SET
[MUTE] button
Press to turn the mute function on/off.
14
15
MENU
7
8
9
[ ] button
• Press to move the selection left in OSD menu.
POWER
SMART
[DISPLAY] button
SOURCE] button
Press to toggle Audio Source Menu. Press [ ] or [ ] button to
select one of the audio sources among HDMI, Audio1, Audio2,
Audio3, or Card OPS. Press [SET] button to confirm and exit.
18
19
12 Picture
20
Format button
Press to switch screen aspect ratio.
VOL DOWN
21
• For PC signal: FULL, NORMAL, CUSTOM, and REAL.
FREEZE
• For Video signal: FULL, NORMAL, DYNAMIC, CUSTOM,
REAL, and 21:9.
13 [BRIGHTNESS]
button
Press to toggle Brightness Menu. Press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust
the value. Press [MENU] button to confirm and exit.
14 [
] button
• Press to move the selection up in OSD menu.
• Press to move the sub-picture up in PIP mode.
15 [MENU]
button
Press to turn the OSD menu on/off.
1
16 [
[POWER] button
Press to switch on the display from standby mode. Press again to
turn it off and back into standby mode.
2
• Press to increase the value in OSD menu.
• Press to move the sub-picture right in PIP mode.
[SMART] button
Press to activate Smart Menu. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select
menu options. Press [SET] button to confirm and exit the selection.
17 [EXIT]
• Standard: Used for normal images (factory setting)
18 [
] button
• Press to move the selection down in OSD menu.
• sRGB: Used for text based images
• Press to move the sub-picture down in PIP mode.
[PIP] (Picture In Picture) button
[ON/OFF]: Turn PIP mode on/off.
19 [VOL
UP] button
20 [VOL
DOWN] button
Press to increase the audio output level.
[INPUT]: Select the input signal for the sub-picture.
[CHANGE]: Toggle between the main picture and sub picture.
4
button
Press to turn back to the previous OSD menu.
• Highbright: Used for moving image such as Video
3
] button
• Press to move the selection right in OSD menu.
Press to decrease the audio output level.
[CONTRAST] button
21 [FREEZE]
Press to activate Contrast Menu. Press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust
the value. Press [MENU] button to confirm and exit.
button
Press to freeze screen image.
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2.3.2. [FREEZE] operation
2.3.5. Operating range of the remote control
Press this button to freeze the screen image.
Point the top of the remote control toward the display’s remote control
sensor when pressing a button.
To freeze the screen image:
Use the remote control within a distance of less than 10m/33ft from
the display’s sensor, and a horizontal and vertical angle of less than 30
degrees.
1. Press the [FREEZE] button on the remote control to activate the
FREEZE function.
2. The screen plays the frozen image at the moment you activated this
function, regardless of the source still being playing.
NOTE:The remote control may not function properly when the
remote control sensor on the display is under direct sunlight
or strong illumination, or when there is an obstacle in the path
of signal transmission.
3. Press the [FREEZE] button again to deactivate the FREEZE function.
The screen plays back the live video source.
NOTES:
• To activate the FREEZE function, you will have to set the OSD
option {Configuration1}  {Panel saving}  {Pixel shift} setting to
{Off}.
• While activated the FREEZE operation, the other actions, like
turning on/off the power, switching sources, or selecting image
timing, will force releasing the FREEZE function and restore playing
the live video source.
• If the video source of the frozen image is disconnected, the display
will blackout, and a “No Signal” message will appear on the screen.
The screen will restore playing the live video source if the video
source of the frozen image is connected back.
2.3.3. Inserting the batteries in the remote
control
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The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
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POWER
SMART
To install or replace batteries:
VIDEO
SOURCE
AUDIO
SOURCE
PIP
ON/OFF
INPUT
CONTRAST
1. Press and then slide the cover to open it.
CHANGE
BRIGHTNESS
DISPLAY
MENU
SET
2. Align the batteries according to the (+) and (–) indications inside
the battery compartment.
AUTO
ADJUST
EXIT
VOL UP
MUTE
VOL DOWN
FREEZE
3. Replace the cover.
Caution:
The incorrect use of batteries can result in leaks or bursting. Be sure to
follow these instructions:
• Place “AAA” batteries matching the (+) and (–) signs on each
battery to the (+) and (–) signs of the battery compartment.
• Do not mix battery types.
• Do not combine new batteries with used ones. It causes shorter life
or leakage of batteries.
• Remove the dead batteries immediately to prevent them from
liquid leaking in the battery compartment. Don’t touch exposed
battery acid, as it can damage your skin.
NOTE:If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long
period, remove the batteries.
2.3.4. Handling the remote control
• Do not subject to strong shock.
• Do not allow water or other liquid to splash the remote control. If
the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid exposure to heat and steam.
• Other than to install the batteries, do not open the remote control.
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3.
Connecting External Equipment
3.1.
Using the Switch Cover
A cover for the power switch is provided to prevent the display from being turned on or off accidentally.
To lock the cover into position:
1. Align and insert the cover to the indentation located beside the power switch.
2. Use the screw to lock the cover.
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3.2.
Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/VCD)
3.2.1. Using COMPONENT video input
Component Out
(YPbPr)
Audio Out
DVD / VCR / VCD
[AUDIO IN 2], [AUDIO IN 3]
[COMPONENT IN]
(YPbPr)
[R]
[L]
3.2.2. Using HDMI video input
DVD / VCR / VCD
HDMI Out
[HDMI IN]
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3.3.
Connecting a PC
3.3.1. Using VGA input
VGA Out
Audio Out
PC
[AUDIO IN 1]
[AUDIO IN 2], [AUDIO IN 3]
[VGA IN]
[R]
[L]
3.3.2. Using DVI input
DVI Out
Audio Out
PC
[AUDIO IN 1]
[AUDIO IN 2], [AUDIO IN 3]
[DVI IN]
[R]
[L]
3.3.3. Using HDMI input
HDMI Out
PC
[HDMI IN]
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3.4.
Connecting Audio Equipment
3.4.1. Connecting external speakers
External Speakers
Speaker Switch
NOTE:Press the [Speaker Switch] to select either the internal or external speakers according to your connection.
3.4.2. Connecting an external audio device
Audio In
Stereo Amplifier
[AUDIO OUT]
[L]
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3.5.
Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain Configuration
You can interconnect multiple displays to create a daisy-chain configuration for applications such as a video wall.
NOTE:Up to maximum 25 displays (5x5) can be used in a daisy-chain configuration.
3.5.1. Control connection
[RS-232C]
DISPLAY 2
DISPLAY 1
PC
[RS232C IN]
[RS232C OUT]
[RS232C IN]
3.5.2. Video connection
DISPLAY 1
PC
[VGA Out]
[DVI Out]
[VGA IN]
[DVI-D IN]
DISPLAY 2
[VGA OUT]
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3.6.
Fixing your external PC
Thi sidsplay reserved 6 pcs of M4 screw holes with 100 mm pitch for mounting your Smart Insert Module. (by using M4x10 screw)
100 mm 100 mm
100 mm
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4.
OSD Menu
4.2.
An overall view of the On-Screen Display (OSD) structure is shown
below. You can use it as a reference for further adjusting your display.
4.1.
OSD Menu Overview
4.2.1. Picture menu
Navigating the OSD Menu
Picture
Contrast
Screen
4.1.1. Navigating the OSD menu using the
remote control
Audio
Configuration1
Black level
Tint
Color
Color temperature
MENU
Configuration2
Advanced option
SET
Color control
Smart contrast
Smart picture
Brightness
EXIT
Adjust the overall image brightness by changing the intensity of the LCD
panel’s backlight.
1. Press [MENU] button on the remote control to display the OSD
menu.
] or [
Sharpness
Noise reduction
PIP
2. Press [
Brightness
Contrast
Adjust to sharpen the picture quality. The black portions of the picture
become richer in darkness and the white become brighter.
] button to choose the item you want to adjust.
3. Press [SET] or [ ] button to enter the submenu.
Sharpness
4. In the submenu, press [ ] or [ ] button to toggle among items,
press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust settings. If there is a submenu,
press [SET] or [ ] button to enter the submenu.
Adjust to improve the image detail.
Black level
Video black level is defined as the level of brightness at the darkest
(black) part of a visual image. Adjust to change the image brightness.
5. Press [EXIT] button to return to the previous menu, or press
[MENU] button to exit the OSD menu.
Noise reduction
4.1.2. Navigating the OSD menu using the
display’s control buttons
Adjust to remove the noise in the image. You can select a suitable noise
reduction level.
Choose from: {Off} / {Low} / {Medium} / {High}.
1. Press [MENU] button to display the OSD menu.
2. Press [
] or [
NOTE:This item is functional for HDMI(Video mode), Video, and
YPbPr inputs only.
] button to choose the item you want to adjust.
3. Press [ ] button to enter the submenu.
Tint
4. In the submenu, press [ ] or [ ] button to toggle among items,
press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust settings. If there is a submenu,
press [ ] button to enter the submenu.
Adjust to change the color tint of the image.
Use the [ ] or [ ] button to adjust. Press the [ ] button and the
flesh tone color turns slightly green. Press the [ ] button and the flesh
tone color turns slightly purple.
5. Press [MENU] button to return to the previous menu, or press
[MENU] button several times to exit the OSD menu.
NOTE:This item is functional for HDMI(Video mode), Video, and
YPbPr inputs only.
Color
Adjust to increase or decrease the intensity of colors in the image.
NOTE:This item is functional for HDMI(Video mode),Video and
YPbPr inputs only.
Color temperature
Select a color temperature for the image. A lower color temperature
will have a reddish tint, whilst a higher color temperature gives off a
more bluish tint.
Choose from: {3000K} / {4000K} / {5000K} / {6500K} / {7500K} /
{9300K} / {10000K} / {Native} / {User}.
Color control
With this function you can adjust the color tones of the image precisely
by changing the R (Red), G (Green) and B (Blue) settings independently.
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NOTE:This item is functional only when {Color temperature} is set
to {User}.
Clock phase
Smart contrast
NOTE:This item is functional for VGA input only.
When turned on, this function helps enhance image contrast when
displaying dark scenes.
Zoom mode
Adjust to improve the focus, clarity and stability of the image.
The pictures you receive may be transmitted in 16:9 format (wide
screen) or 4:3 format (conventional screen). The 16:9 pictures
sometimes have a black band at the top and bottom of the screen
(letterbox format).
Smart picture
The following smart picture modes are available for:
• PC mode: {Standard} / {Highbright} / {sRGB}.
This function allows you to optimize the picture display on screen. The
following zoom modes are available for:
• Video mode: {Standard} / {Highbright} / {Cinema}.
Video source
• PC mode: {Full} / {Normal} / {Custom} / {Real}.
Select the video input source according to the video signal source
connected to the video input on the display.
• Video mode: {Full} / {Normal} / {Dynamic} / {Custom} / {Real} /
{21:9}.
 
Full

This mode restores the correct proportions
of pictures transmitted in 16:9 using the full
screen display.


Normal

The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format and
a black band is displayed on either side of the
picture.


Dynamic
 
Fill the entire screen by stretching 4:3 pictures
non-proportionally.
Picture reset
Reset all settings in the Picture menu.
Custom
Choose to apply the custom zoom settings in
the Custom Zoom submenu.
4.2.2. Screen menu
Picture
Real
H position
This mode displays the image pixel-by-pixel
on screen without scaling the original image
size.
V position
Screen
Audio
Clock
Clock phase
21:9
Zoom mode
PIP
Configuration1
The picture is enlarged to 16:9 format. This
mode is recommended when displaying
pictures that have black bands at the top and
bottom (letterbox format).
Custom zoom
Screen reset
Configuration2
Advanced option
Custom zoom
You can use this function to further customize the zoom settings to suit
the image you want to display.
NOTE:This item is functional only when the Zoom mode setting is
set to Custom.
H position
Press the [ ] button to move the image to the right, or [ ] to move
the image to the left.
Zoom
Expands the horizontal and vertical sizes of the
image simultaneously.
NOTE:This item is functional for all inputs except HDMI and Card
OPS in video mode.
V position
H zoom
Press the [ ] button to move the image up, or [ ] to move the image
down.
Expands the horizontal size of the image only.
NOTE:This item is functional for all inputs except HDMI and Card
OPS in video mode.
V zoom
Clock
Expands the vertical size of the image only.
Adjust the width of the image.
NOTE:This item is functional for VGA input only.
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Audio reset
H position
Reset all settings in the Audio menu to factory preset values.
Moves the horizontal position of the image left
or right.
Card OPS audio
Select the analog or digital audio mode for card OPS.
V position
Moves the vertical position of the image up or
down.
4.2.4. PIP menu
PIP
Picture
PIP input
Screen reset
Screen
Reset all settings in the Screen menu to factory preset values.
PIP change
PIP size
Audio
PIP audio
4.2.3. Audio menu
Picture
PIP
Configuration1
Balance
Treble
Screen
Bass
Audio
Volume
PIP reset
Configuration2
Advanced option
Maximum volume
PIP
Configuration1
Configuration2
Advanced option
Minimum volume
Mute
Audio source
PIP
Audio reset
Select the PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode.
Card OPS audio
Choose from: {Off} / {PIP} / {POP} / {PBP aspect} / {PBP full}.
PIP input
Select the input signal for the sub-picture.
PIP change
Balance
Adjust to emphasize left or right audio output balance.
Enlarges the smaller picture to become the main picture, and vice versa.
Treble
PIP size
Select the size of the sub picture in the PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode.
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds.
Choose from: {Small} / {Medium} / {Large}.
Bass
PIP audio
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds.
Select the audio source in the PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode.
Volume
• {Main} – Select audio from the main picture
Adjust to increase or decrease the audio output level.
• {Sub} – Select audio from the sub picture.
Maximum volume
PIP reset
Adjust your own limitation for the maximum volume setting. This stops
the volume from being playing at too loud a level.
Reset all settings in the PIP menu to factory preset values.
NOTES:
Minimum volume
• The PIP function is available only under the following condition:
Set OSD option {Configuration1}  {Panel saving}  {Pixel shift}
setting to {Off}, and set OSD option {Advanced option}  {Tiling}
 {Enable} setting to {No}.
Adjust your own limitation for the minimum volume setting.
Mute
Turn the mute function on/off.
• The PIP function is available only for certain signal source
combinations as shown in the table below.
Audio source
Select the audio input source according to the audio signal source
connected to the audio input and HDMI sockets on the display.
• The availability of the PIP function will also depend on the resolution
of the input signal being used.
 
Main Picture

Sub Picture
HDMI
DVI-D
VGA
YPbPr
Video
Video
Card OPS



 
HDMI
DVI-D
VGA
YPbPr
S-Video
Video
Card
OPS
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
O
X
X
X
X
O
O
X
(O: PIP function available, X: PIP function unavailable)
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By pressing the [PIP ON/OFF] button on the remote control, you can
change the mode in the order shown below:
PIP
PBP aspect
POP
PBP full
Panel saving
Choose to enable the panel saving functions and thus reduce the risk of
“image persistence” or “ghost-imaging”.
Off
• {Cooling Fan} – Select {On} to turn on the cooling fan all the
time. Select {Auto} to turn on/off the cooling fan according to the
display’s temperature.
NOTES:
• The default {Auto} option will start running the cooling fan
if the temperature of 60°C (140°F) is reached, and will keep
running for 30 minutes after cooling down to the temperature
of 58°C (136°F).
The resolutions in the PIP and POP modes are configured as follows:
PIP SIZE {Small}
: 320 × 240 pixels
{Medium} : 480 × 320 pixels
{Large}
: 640 × 480 pixels
• A temperature-warning message will be shown on the screen if
the temperature reaches 79°C (174°F). All key functions except
[Power] key will then be disabled.
POP SIZE: 474 × 355 pixels
NOTE:The images displayed in the sub picture always fit the PIP
sizes shown above irrespective of the aspect ratio of the input
image.
• Once the temperature reaches 80°C (176°F), the display power
will be shut down automatically.
4.2.5. Configuration1 menu
Picture
• {Brightness} – Select {On} and the image brightness will be reduced
to an appropriate level. The Brightness setting in the Picture menu
will be unavailable when selected.
Switch on state
• {Pixel shift} – Select the time interval ({Auto} / {10 ~ 900} Seconds
/ {Off}) for the display to slightly expand the image size and shift the
position of pixels in four directions (up, down, left, or right).
Auto adjust
Screen
Audio
PIP
Configuration1
Power save
Language
Panel saving
Color system
Color system
Selects the Color System depending on your input video format.
Network control port
The options are: {Auto} / {NTSC} / {PAL} / {SECAM} / {4.43NTSC} /
{PAL-60}.
Network settings
Configuration2
Advanced option
Configuration reset
NOTE:This item is functional for VIDEO input only.
Factory reset
Network control port
Select the network control port.
Choose from: {RS232} / {LAN(RJ45)} / {Card OPS RS232}.
NOTES:
Switch on state
• If {LAN(RJ45)} is selected, then {RS232} will not be activated, even
if a cable is attached, and vice versa.
Select the display status used for the next time you connect the power
cord.
• {Power off} – The display will remain off when the power cord is
connected to a wall outlet.
• The option {Card OPS RS232} is functional after connected with
your OPS device.
• {Forced on} – The display will turn on when the power cord is
connected to a wall outlet.
Network settings
Assign {IP address}, {Subnet Mask}, and {Default gateway} for the
display.
• {Last status} – The display will return to the previous power status
(on/off/standby) when removing and replacing the power cord.
Network settings
Auto adjust
Use this function to automatically optimize the display of VGA input
image.
NOTE:This item is functional for VGA input only.
Network host name
Power save
IP address
Use this setting to reduce the power automatically.
Subnet mask
• {RGB} – Select {On} to let the display enter APM mode when no
signal is detected from the HDMI Graphic mode, HDMI, DVI-D, or
VGA inputs after 30 seconds.
Default gateway
Login password
}/{
}/{
}/
0
-
1
255 - 255 -
0
-
0
-
0
-
0
0
-
0
a d m i n
0
0
0
0
change [SET] in STORE
• DHCP – Choose to enable or disable the DHCP function. If
enabled, the display will be assigned IP address, Subnet mask and
Default gateway automatically. If disabled, you will be prompted
Select the language used in the OSD menu.
}/{
}/{
-
16
172 -
[ SET ]
Language
}/{
L
Z
Disable
Login user name
• {VIDEO} – Select {On} to enter power saving mode when no signal
is detected from the HDMI Video mode or YPbPr inputs after 30
minutes.
}/{
The options are: {
{
}/{
}/{
0
9
DHCP
}.
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OSD H-position
to enter the following values manually. When finished, press [SET]
button to store and save the chosen values.
Adjust the horizontal position of the OSD menu.
• IP address
OSD V-position
• Subnet mask
Adjust the vertical position of the OSD menu.
• Default gateway
Monitor information
• Login user name (The default user name is {admin})
Shows information about your display, including model number, serial
number, operating hours and software version.
• Login password (The default password is {0000})
Configuration reset
Monitor information
Reset all settings in Configuration1 menu to the factory preset values.
Factory reset
Reset all settings in the OSD menus of {Picture}, {Screen}, {Audio}, {PIP},
{Configuration1}, {Configuration2}, and {Advanced option} to the
factory preset values.
Model name:
Serial no:
Operation hours:
SW Version:
BDL6520EL
0H
3M
VER 0.204
Press [ ] or [ ] button to select [Reset], and then press [SET] button
to do the reset.
4.2.7. Advanced option menu
Factory reset
Picture
Input resolution
Black level expansion
Screen
Reset
Cancel
Audio
Gamma selection
Scan mode
Scan conversion
PIP
4.2.6. Configuration2 menu
Configuration1
Film mode
IR control
Keyboard control
Picture
OSD turn off
Configuration2
Information OSD
Screen
Off timer
Audio
OSD H-position
Advanced option
Tiling
Heat status
Date and time
OSD V-position
PIP
Monitor information
Input resolution
Configuration1
Set the resolution of the VGA input. This is only required when the
display is unable to detect the VGA input resolution correctly.
Configuration2
NOTE:This item is functional for VGA input only.
Advanced option
The options are:
• {1024x768 / 1280x768 / 1360x768 / 1366x768}
• {1400x1050 / 1680x1050}
OSD turn off
• {1600x1200 / 1920x1200}
Set the period of time the OSD (on-screen display) menu stays on the
screen.
• {Auto}: Determines the resolution automatically.
The options are: {5 ~ 120} seconds.
The selected settings will become effective after turning off the power
and turning it on again.
Information OSD
Black level expansion
Set the period of time the information OSD is displayed on the upper
right corner of the screen. The information OSD will display when input
signal is changed.
This feature offers deeper blacks for an even better image quality.
The options are: {Off} / {Low} / {Medium} / {High}.
NOTE:This item is functional for Video mode input only.
The information OSD will remain on the screen with {Off} selection.
The options are: {1 ~ 60} seconds.
Gamma selection
Off Timer
Gamma is what controls the overall brightness of an image. Images
which are not corrected properly can appear too white or too dark, so
controlling the gamma properly can have a huge influence on the overall
picture quality of your display.
Set the display to turn itself off to standby mode within an amount of
time specified.
The options are: {Off, 1 ~ 24} hours from currrent time.
The options are: {Native} / {2.2} / {2.4} / {S gamma}.
NOTE:When the “Off timer” is activated, the “Schedule” settings will
be disabled.
Scan mode
Change the display area of the image.
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Example: 2 × 2 screen matrix (4 displays)
H monitors = 2 displays
V monitors = 2 displays
• {Overscan} – Display about 95% of the original size of the image.
The rest of the areas surrounding the image will be cut off.
• {Underscan} – Display the image in its original size.
NOTE:This item is functional for Video mode input only.
H monitors
Scan conversion
1
3
V monitors
Choose to enable or disable the IP (Interlace to Progressive) conversion
function.
• {Progressive} – Enable the IP conversion function (recommended).
Once enabled, the interlace input signal will be converted to
progressive format for better display quality.
• {Interlace} – Disable the IP function. This mode is suitable for
displaying motion pictures, but it increases the chance of image
retention.
Film mode
• {Auto} – Enable the film mode frame conversion function for
movies and motion pictures. The display converts a 24 frames-persecond (24 fps) input signal format to DVD video signal format.
Once this function is enabled, it is recommended that you set the
{Scan conversion} function to {Progressive}.
H monitors
V monitors
• {Off} – Disable the film mode frame conversion function. This mode
is suitable for TV broadcasting and VCR signals.
IR control
Select the operation mode of the remote control when multiple
displays are connected via an RS232C connection.
• {Normal} – All displays can be operated normally by the remote
control unit.
• {Primary} – Designate this display as the primary display for remote
control operation. Only this display can be operated by the remote
control.
• {Lock All} / {Lock all but Volume} / {Lock all but Power} – Disable
the keyboard function.
Tiling
With this function you can create a single large-screen matrix (video
wall) that consists of up to 25 sets of this display (up to 5-sets each on
the vertical and horizontal side). This function requires a daisy-chain
connection.
Tiling
1
No
Enable
No
Switch on delay
Off
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Frame comp. – {Yes}
• {Unlock} – Enable the keyboard function.
Frame comp.
4
Position
• Frame comp. – Choose to turn the frame compensation function
on or off. If selected {Yes}, the display will adjust the image to
compensate for the width of the display bezels in order to
accurately display the image.
Choose to enable or disable the display keyboard (control buttons)
function.
1
3
• Position – Select the position of this display in the screen matrix.
Keyboard control
Position
2
• V monitors – Select the number of displays on the vertical side.
• {Lock All} / {Lock all but Volume} / {Lock all but Power} – Lock
the remote control function of this display. To unlock, press and hold
the [DISPLAY] button on the remote control for 5 (five) seconds..
1
1
• H monitors – Select the number of displays on the horizontal side.
• {Secondary} – Designate this display as the secondary display. This
display can not be operated by the remote control, and will only
receive the control signal from the primary display via the RS232C
connection.
V monitors
Position
Example: 5 × 5 screen matrix (25 displays)
H monitors = 5 displays
V monitors = 5 displays
Choose to turn on or off the film mode frame conversion function.
H monitors
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4
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Frame comp. – {No}
• Which input source the display will use for each scheduled
activation period.
NOTE:We recommend you to set up current date and time in the
{Date and time} menu before using this function.
1. Press [SET] or [ ] button to enter the submenu.
Schedule
Today
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
• Enable: Choose to enable or disable the Tiling function. If enabled,
the display will apply the settings in {H monitors}, {V monitors},
{Position}, and {Frame comp.}.
• Switch on delay: Set the power-on delaying time (in seconds). The
default option {Auto} allows a sequential powering-on for each
display by their ID number when multiple displays are connected.
The options are: {Off / Auto / 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50}
2013 . 01 . 01
On
_:_
TUE
Off
_:_
Every day
Wed
SAT
20 : 19 : 55
Input
_
MON
THU
SUN
TUE
FRI
Every week
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select a schedule item (item number 1
~ 7), and then press [ ] button to mark it the item number.
NOTE:The Tiling function will be disabled when the [ON/OFF]
button for PIP is pressed.
Schedule
Heat status
This function allows you to check the thermal status of the display at
any time.
Today
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Date and time
Adjust the current date and time for the display’s internal clock.
Date and time
Year
2013 . 01 . 01
On
_:_
1
Every day
Wed
SAT
Off
_:_
TUE
2
MON
THU
SUN
20 : 19 : 55
Input
_
3
TUE
FRI
Every week
4
2013
Month
01
Day
01
Hour
20
Minute
20
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select the schedule:
1 Power-on schedule: Press [ ] or [ ] button to set the hour
and minute for the display to turn on.
Daylight saving time
2
Current date time
2013 . 01 . 01
20 : 20 : 17
Select or leave an empty “__” for both the hour and minute slot if
you do not want to use this power-on or power-off schedule.
Press [SET] to set clock
1. Press [ ] button to enter the submenu.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to toggle between {Year}, {Month}, {Day},
{Hour}, {Minute}, and {Daylight saving time}.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust all settings except {Daylight
saving time}.
4. Press [SET] button to enter the {Daylight saving} submenu.
5. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select item, press [
to adjust.
] or [
Power-off schedule: Press [ ] or [ ] button to set the hour
and minute for the display to turn off.
3
I nput-source selection: Press [ ] or [ ] button to select an
input source. If no input source is selected, the input source
will remain the same as last selected.
4
D
ate schedule: Press [ ] button to select which day in a
week this schedule item will be take effect, and then press the
[SET] button.
4. For additional schedule settings, press [EXIT], then repeat the steps
above. A check mark in the box next to the number of the schedule
item indicates that the selected schedule is in effect.
] button
NOTES:
Schedule
• The {Every day} selection in a schedule item takes priority over the
other weekly schedules.
This function allows you to program up to 7 (seven) different scheduled
time intervals for the display to activate.
• If the schedules overlap, the scheduled power-on time takes priority
over scheduled power-off time.
You can select:
• The time for the display to turn on and turn off.
• The days in a week for the display to activate.
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• If there are two schedule items programmed for the same time, the
highest numbered schedule takes priority. For example, if schedule
items #1 and #2 both set the display to power on at 7:00 AM and
off at 5:00 PM, then only schedule item # 1 will take effect.
on when the display power is set to on. When set to other video
source inputs, the OPS will always be set to on.
• {Always off} – The OPS will always be set to off.
• {Always on} – The OPS will always be set to on.
Monitor ID
Advanced option reset
Set the ID number for controlling the display via the RS232C
connection. Each display must have a unique ID number when multiple
sets of this display are connected. The monitor ID number range is
between 1 to 26.
Picture
DDC/CI
Choose to turn on or off the DDC/CI communication function. Select
{On} for normal use.
Schecule
Action
Screen
Monitor ID
Action
Audio
DDC/CI
On
Smart power
Off
PIP
DDC/CI (Command Interface) specifies a means for a computer to
send commands to the monitor, as well as receive sensor data from the
monitor, over the bidirectional link such as DDC2Ab/Bi/B+.
Configuration1
Auto signal detection
Off
OPS settings
Always on
Advanced option reset
Action
Configuration2
Specific commands to control monitors are defined in a separate
Monitor Control Command Set (MCCS) standard.
Advanced option
DDC/CI monitors are sometimes supplied with an external color
sensor to allow automatic calibration of the monitor’s color balance.
Some tilting DDC/CI monitors support an auto pivot function, where
a rotation sensor in the monitor enables the operating system to keep
the display upright as the monitor is moved between its portrait and
landscape positions.
Reset all settings in the Advanced option menu to factory preset values.
1. Press [SET] or [ ] button to enter the submenu.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select {Reset} and press the [SET]
button to restore settings to factory preset values.
The following DDC/CI commands should be supported via command
line:
3. Press the [EXIT] button or select {Cancel} and press the [SET]
button to cancel and then return to the previous menu.
No. Commands
1
Set Brightness
2
set Contrast
3
Set Red Gain
4
Set Green Gain
5
Set Blue Gain
6
Get Brightness
7
Get Contrast
8
Get Red Gain
9
Get Green Gain
10
Get Blue
Smart power
Set the display to reduce the power consumption automatically.
The options are: {Off} / {Medium} / {High}.
Auto signal detection
Choose to let the display detect and display available signal sources
automatically.
• {On} – Set the display to display the image automatically once a
signal is connected.
• {Off} – Once a signal is connected, it can only be selected manually.
APM (Advanced Power Management)
Turn on or off the automatic power management setting.
• {Off} – Shutdown power directly if no signal detected. (Default)
• {On} – Enter power saving mode if no signal detected.
OPS settings
Set the OPS configuration under each power condition.
• {Auto} – After selecting {Card OPS} for video source input, the
OPS will be set to off when the display power is set to off, or set to
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5.
Input Mode
PC Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
Active Resolution
H Pixels
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
480
60 Hz
25.175 MHz
480
72 Hz
31.5 MHz
480
75 Hz
31.5 MHz
400
70 Hz
33.75 MHz
600
60 Hz
40 MHz
600
75 Hz
49.5 MHz
768
60 Hz
65 MHz
768
75 Hz
78.75 MHz
V Lines
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
4:3
Video Graphic Array
16:9
Wide Video Graphic Array
4:3
Super VGA
4:3
Extended Graphic Array
VGA
640
WVGA
720
SVGA
800
XGA
1024
WXGA
1280
768
60 Hz
79.5 MHz
5:3
Wide XGA
WXGA
1280
800
60 Hz
79.5 MHz
16:10
Wide XGA
SXGA
1280
960
60 Hz
108 MHz
4:3
Super XGA
SXGA
1280
1024
60 Hz
108 MHz
5:4
Super XGA
WXGA
1360
768
60 Hz
85.5 MHz
16:9
Wide XGA
WXGA
1366
768
60 Hz
85.5 MHz
16:9
Wide XGA
UXGA
1600
1200
60 Hz
162 MHz
4:3
Ultra XGA
HD1080
1920
1080
60 Hz
148.5 MHz
16:9
HD1080
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
4:3
Modified NTSC Standard
4:3
Modified PAL Standard
SDTV Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
480i
480p
576i
576p
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720
480
720
480
29.97 Hz
13.5 MHz
59.94 Hz
27 MHz
25 Hz
13.5 MHz
50 Hz
27 MHz
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally DVB Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
148.5 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
HDTV Resolution:
Active Resolution
Standard
Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720p
1280
720
1080i
1920
1080
1080p
1920
1080
50 Hz
60 Hz
25 Hz
30 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
• The PC text quality is optimum in HD 1080 mode (1920 × 1080, 60 Hz).
• Your PC display screen might appear different depending on the manufacturer (and your particular version of Windows).
• Check your PC instruction book for information about connecting your PC to a display.
• If a vertical and horizontal frequency-select mode exists, select 60 Hz (vertical) and 31.5 KHz (horizontal). In some cases, abnormal signals (such as
stripes) might appear on the screen when the PC power is turned off (or if the PC is disconnected). If so, press the [INPUT] button to enter the
video mode. Also, make sure that the PC is connected.
• When horizontal synchronous signals seem irregular in RGB mode, check PC power saving mode or cable connections.
• The display settings table complies to the IBM/VESA standards, and based on the analog input.
• The DVI support mode is regarded as same to the PC support mode.
• The best timing for the vertical frequency to each mode is 60 Hz.
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6.
Pixel Defect Policy
We strive to deliver the highest quality products and use some of the industry’s most advanced manufacturing processes whilst practicing stringent quality
control. However, pixel or sub-pixel defects on the PDP / TFT panels used in Plasma- & LCD- displays are sometimes unavoidable. No manufacturer can
guarantee that all panels will be free from pixel defects, but Philips guarantees that any Plasma- & LCD- displays with an unacceptable number of defects
will be repaired during the warranty period in line with your local guarantee conditions.
This notice explains the different types of pixel defects and defines the acceptable defect level for the BDL6520EL LCD screen. In order to qualify for
repair under warranty, the number of pixel defects must exceed a certain level as shown in the reference table. If the LCD screen is within specification a
warranty exchange / claim back will be refused. Additionally, because some types or combinations of pixel defects are more noticeable than others, Philips
sets even higher quality standards for those.
6.1.
Pixels and Sub-Pixels
A pixel, or picture element, is composed of three sub-pixels in the primary colors of red, green and
blue. Many pixels together form an image. When all sub-pixels of a pixel are lit, the three colored
sub-pixels together appear as a single white pixel. When all are dark, the three colored sub-pixels
together appear as a single black pixel. Other combinations of lit and dark sub-pixels appear as
single pixels of other colors.
subpixel
pixel
6.2.
Types of Pixel Defects + Dot Definition
Pixel and sub-pixel defects appear on the screen in different ways. There are three categories of pixel defects and several types of sub-pixel defects within
each category.
Dot definition = What is a defective “Dot”? :
One or more defective, adjacent sub-pixel are defined as one “dot”. The no. of defective sub-pixels are not relevant to define a defective dot. This means
that a defective dot can consist of one, two or three defective sub-pixels which can be dark or lit.
R G B
One dot = One Pixel; consists of three sub-pixels of Red, Green, and Blue.
6.3.
Bright Dot Defects
Bright dot defects appear as pixels or sub-pixels that are always lit or “on”. These are the examples of bright dot defects:
One lit red, green or blue sub pixel
Two adjacent lit sub pixels:
Red + Blue = Purple
Red + Green = Yellow
Green + Blue = Cyan (Light Blue)
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6.4.
Dark Dot Defects
Black dot defects appear as pixels or sub-pixels that are always dark or “off ”. These are the examples of black dot defects:
One dark dot
6.5.
Two adjacent dark dots = 1 pair of dark dots
Two dark dots, specifications defines the
minimum distance between dark dots
Proximity of Pixel Defects
Because pixel and sub-pixels defects of the same type that are nearby one another may be more noticeable, Philips also specifies tolerances for the
proximity of pixel defects. In the table below you can find specifications about:
• Allowed amount of adjacent dark dots = (adjacent dark dots =1 pair of dark dots)
• Minimum distance between dark dots
• Total no. of all defective dots
6.6.
Pixel Defect Tolerances
In order to qualify for repair due to pixel defects during the warranty period, a PDP / TFT panel in a Philips Plasma / LCD- display must have pixel or subpixel defects exceeding the tolerances listed in the following table.
BRIGHT DOT EFFECT
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
1 lit sub pixel
2
BLACK DOT EFFECT
ACCEPTABLE LEVEL
1 dark sub pixel
10
TOTAL DOT DEFECTS OF ALL TYPES
12
NOTE: * 1 or 2 adjacent sub pixel defects = 1 dot defect
6.7.
MURA
Dark spots or patches may occasionally appear on some liquid crystal display (LCD) panels. This is known within the industry as Mura, which is a Japanese
term for “unevenness.” It is used to describe an irregular pattern or area in which uneven screen uniformity appears under certain conditions. Mura is a
result of the deterioration of the liquid crystal alignment layer and is most commonly caused by long-term operation under high ambient temperatures. It
is an industry- wide phenomenon and Mura is not repairable. It is also not covered by our warranty terms.
Mura has been around since the introduction of LCD technology and with screens getting bigger and in operation 24/7, many displays are running in low
light conditions. This all adds to the possibility of Mura affecting displays.
HOW TO SPOT MURA
There are many symptoms of Mura and also multiple causes. Several of these are listed below:
• Impurities or foreign particles in the crystal matrix
• Uneven distribution of LCD matrix during manufacturing
• Non-uniform luminance distribution of the backlight
• Panel assembly induced stress
• Flaws within the LCD cells
• Thermal induced stress – high temperature operation over long periods of time
HOW TO AVOID MURA
Although we can not guarantee the complete eradication of Mura every time, in general the appearance of Mura can be minimized by these methods:
• Lower the backlight brightness
• Use a screen saver
• Reduce the ambient temperature around the unit
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7.
Cleaning and Troubleshooting
7.1.
Cleaning
Caution When Using the Display
• Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the display. The top of the display is usually very hot due to the high
temperature of exhaust air being released through the ventilation holes. Burns or personal injuries may occur if any body parts are brought too
close. Placing any object near the top of the display could also result in heat related damage to the object as well as the display itself.
• Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the display. Moving the display with its cables attached may damage the cables and thus cause fire
or electric shock.
• Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before carrying out any type of cleaning or maintenance procedure.
Front Panel Cleaning Instructions
• The front of the display has been specially treated. Wipe the surface gently using only a cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth.
• If the surface becomes dirty, soak a soft, lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to remove excess liquid. Wipe the surface of
the display to remove dirt. Then use a dry cloth of the same type to dry.
• Do not scratch or hit the surface of the panel with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners.
Cabinet Cleaning Instructions
• If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
• If the cabinet is extremely dirty, soak a lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to remove as much moisture as possible. Wipe
the cabinet. Use another dry cloth to wipe over until the surface is dry.
• Do not allow any water or detergent to come into contact with the surface of the display. If water or moisture gets inside the unit, operating
problems, electrical and shock hazards may result.
• Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners on the cabinet.
• Do not place anything made from rubber or PVC near the cabinet for any extended periods of time.
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7.2.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
No picture is displayed
1. The power cord is disconnected.
1. Plug in the power cord.
2. The main power switch on the back of the
display is not switched on.
2. Make sure the power switch is switched on.
3. The selected input has no connection.
3. Connect a signal connection to the display.
4. The display is in standby mode.
Interference displayed on the display or audible
noise is heard
Caused by surrounding electrical appliances or
fluorescent lights.
Move the display to another location to see is the
interference is reduced.
Color is abnormal
The signal cable is not connected properly.
Make sure that the signal cable is attached firmly
to the back of the display.
Picture is distorted with abnormal patterns
1. The signal cable is not connected properly.
1. Make sure that the signal cable is attached
firmly.
2. The input signal is beyond the capabilities of
the display.
2. Check the video signal source to see if it
is beyond the range of the display. Please
verify its specifications with this display’s
specification section.
Display image doesn’t fill up the full size of the
screen
The zoom mode is not correctly set.
Use the Zoom mode or Custom zoom function
in the Screen menu to fine tune display geometry
and time frequency parameter.
Can hear sound, but no picture
Improperly connected source signal cable.
Make sure that both video inputs and sound
inputs are correctly connected.
Can see picture but no sound is heard
1. Improperly connected source signal cable.
1. Make sure that both video inputs and sound
inputs are correctly connected.
2. Volume is turned all the way down.
3. [MUTE] is turned on.
4. No external speaker connected.
2. Press [VOL UP] or [VOL DOWN] button to
hear sound.
3. Switch MUTE off by using the [MUTE]
button.
4. Connect external speakers and adjust the
volume to a suitable level.
Some picture elements do not light up
Some pixels of the display may not turn on.
This display is manufactured using an extremely
high level of precision technology: however,
sometimes some pixels of the display may not
display. This is not a malfunction.
After-Images can still be seen on the display
after the display is powered off. (Examples
of still pictures include logos, video games,
computer images, and images displayed in 4:3
normal mode)
A still picture is displayed for an over extended
period of time
Do not allow a still image to be displayed for
an extended period of time as this can cause a
permanent after-image to remain on the display.
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8.
Technical Specifications
Display:
Item
Specifications
Screen Size (Active Area)
65” LCD (165.1 cm)
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Number of Pixels
1920 (H) × 1080 (V)
Pixel Pitch
0.744 (H) × 0.744 (V) [mm]
Displayable Colors
1.07 Billion colors
Brightness (typical)
360 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio (typical)
4000:1
Viewing Angle
178 degrees
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Specifications
Internal Speakers
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/8Ω
External Speakers
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Audio Output
RCA Jack × 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
Audio Input
3.5 mm Stereo × 1
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
RCA Jack × 4
RS232C Input/Output
D-Sub Jack × 2 (9 pin)
TXD + RXD (1:1)
LAN
RJ-45 Jack × 1 (8 pin)
10/100 LAN Port
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack × 1
(Type A) (19 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
Video: 720p, 1080p, 1920 × 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
MAX:
Audio: 48 KHz / 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
DVI-D Input
DVI-D jack
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
VGA Input
D-Sub Jack × 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 × 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
VGA Output
D-Sub Jack × 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Component Input
BNC Jack × 3
VIDEO Input
S-VIDEO Jack × 1
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), C: 0.3V [p-p] (75Ω)
BNC Jack × 1
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
BNC Jack × 1
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 × 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
VIDEO Output
General:
Item
Specifications
Power Input
100-240V
50-60Hz, 6.0-4.0A
Power Output
100-240V
50-60Hz, 2A
Power Consumption (Max)
TBD 330 W (With OPS)
Power Consumption (typ.)
TBD 250 W (Without OPS)
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
< 0.5W (OSD: APM mode off)
Dimensions [W × H × D]
1552 × 927.1 × 93 mm
Weight
52 Kg
Gross Weight
67.5 Kg (Reference only)
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Environmental Condition:
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Specifications
Operational
0 ~ 40°C
Storage
-20 ~ 60°C
Operational
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage
10 ~ 90% RH (No condensation)
Operational
0 ~ 5,000 m
Storage
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Specifications
Type
1 Way 1 Speaker
Input
10 W (RMS)
Impedance
8Ω
Output Sound Pressure
82 dB/W/M
Frequency Response
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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