Telefunken DPF 7322 digital photo frame

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DIGITAL PHOTO FRAME OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TELEFUNKEN RUBY SERIE
(DPF 7322, DPF 9322)
I.
Learn about and install your frame....................................................................... 2
1. Box contents ...........................................................................................................2
2. Frame diagrams.......................................................................................................2
3. Remote control........................................................................................................2
4. Installation ...............................................................................................................3
II.
Use your frame ...................................................................................................... 3
1. Selecting a language ...............................................................................................3
2. “ECO LOGIC™” mode.............................................................................................3
3. Reading a memory card or a USB key.....................................................................3
4. Copying photos to the internal memory ...................................................................4
5. Deleting photos .......................................................................................................6
III.
Selecting the type of files to play ......................................................................... 7
1. Internal memory/Removable medium.......................................................................7
2. Selecting a folder .....................................................................................................7
IV.
Settings .................................................................................................................. 7
1. Configuring photos ..................................................................................................7
2. System configuration ...............................................................................................9
V.
Connecting to a computer .................................................................................. 10
VI.
Safety instructions............................................................................................... 11
VII.
Warranty............................................................................................................... 12
VIII.
Specifications ...................................................................................................... 13
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I.
Learn about and install your frame
Thank you for your recent purchase of a TELEFUNKEN “RUBY Series” digital photo frame. Before using
your device, please consult these operating instructions and keep them so you may refer to them later on.
1.
Box contents
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1 digital photo frame
1 AC adaptor
1 remote control
1 dust cloth
2.
Frame diagrams
3.
Remote control
All functions can be accessed with the remote control. Press the following keys to access the functions:
Key
Function
▲
Navigation up in the menus
◄
Navigation left in the menus and skip to the previous file
▼
Navigation down in the menus
►
Navigation right in the menus and skip to the next file
ENTER
Confirm your selection or switch modes
Switch the digital photo frame on or to standby mode
EXIT
Exit current menu and return to previous menu
STOP
Stop file playback and return to main menu
(COPY/DEL)
Access copy, delete and sort functions (only in main menu)
(ROTATE)
Rotate photo clockwise 90°
Enlarge image, press repeatedly to cycle through zoom modes x2, x4, x8 and x16;
press again to return to normal size
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(SLIDESHOW) Start the photo slideshow directly
SETUP
Access setup menu (Settings) directly
4.
Installation
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Take your frame and its accessories out of their packaging.
Remove the plastic film protecting the front of the frame.
Pull the plastic tab protecting the contacts in the remote control.
Stand the frame in the desired location, pulling the adjustable stand towards you (see diagram
above).
Connect the electrical cord to the frame in the space provided.
Plug your frame into an outlet. Your frame will start up automatically.
II.
Use your frame
1.
Selecting a language
During its first use, the frame will display an initial screen allowing you to
choose the language.
- Select your language using the arrow keys on the remote control,
then press “Enter”.
Once you have selected your language, your frame will begin to read the
photos contained in its internal memory.
2.
“ECO LOGIC™” mode
ECO LOGIC™ mode combines 3 essential elements to reduce energy consumption by over 40% compared
to a standard frame:
- A LED screen, which uses less energy while improving image quality
- A low-energy and “Energy Star”-certified power adapter
- A light sensor
This sensor, on by default, will automatically turn off your picture frame at night and turn it on during the day.
You can deactivate the light sensor in your frame’s system settings menu.
3.
Reading a memory card or a USB key
If your frame is off:
- Insert your card or USB key in the space provided.
- Switch on your frame: The slideshow will automatically
play the contents of your memory card or USB key.
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If your frame is on and playing the slideshow from the internal memory:
- Your memory card is automatically detected
1. After a few seconds, a dialog box will appear: “Copy
files?” Select “Yes” and press “Enter”.
2. The thumbnails will appear, with a check box in the upper
left corner of each picture. Select photos to be copied
using the “Left/Right” keys on the remote, pressing
“Enter” for each photo you wish to select. The small
square will then show a tick mark for each image you
select. (If you choose “Copy all”, every thumbnail will
show a tick mark.
3. Press the “Copy/Del” key, a confirmation message will
appear.
Press “Enter” to confirm your selection, then select the
directory you want to copy your pictures. Press “Enter”.
4. The screen will show a dialog box asking you if you want
to resize your images.
5. Select the desired option using the “Up/Down” keys on
the remote and confirm the choice by selecting
“Confirm”. Press “Enter”. Your photos are now copied
into the internal memory and sized to the frame’s
resolution. If you choose “Yes”, to copy the images, a
message will appear: “Do you want to resize them?”
Resizing allows the copies to fit the resolution of your
frame, considerably reducing their file size. Thanks to this
system, you can store over 10,000 photos in the internal
memory.
(IMPORTANT: Only the copies of your pictures will be
resized. Your original photos on the card will not be
modified.)
4.
Copying photos to the internal memory
If you did not select automatic copying when you inserted the
card, you have 2 ways to copy images from your memory card to
the frame’s internal memory.
- Copy your photos from the file manager
If you use this method, you can only copy files one at a time, and
you will not be able to resize them to the frame’s resolution.
1. Press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as
necessary for the mode selection screen to come up.
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2. Using the “Left/Right” keys on the remote, select the
“Files” icon and press “Enter”.
3. The screen will ask “Resize?”
4. Select the option you want using the “Left/Right” keys on
the remote, and press “Enter”. Your file is then copied.
If your memory card contains one or more folders, you can copy
them in full. They will be stored in the internal memory’s “Root”
folder, and you can read each independently of the others
- Copy your photos from the thumbnail mode
Using this method, you can copy all or a selection of photos, with
the ability to resize them to the frame’s resolution in order to
optimize internal memory capacity.
1. Press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as
necessary for the mode selection screen to come up.
2. Select the removable medium (memory card or USB key)
storing the photos to be copied using the “Left/Right” keys
on the remote. Press “Enter”.
3. Using the “Left/Right” keys, select photo mode and press
“Enter”. The slideshow will then start.
4. Press the “Exit” key on the remote to access the
thumbnails.
5. Press the “Copy/Del” key. The screen will display “Copy
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files?” Select “Yes” and press “Enter”.
The thumbnails will appear, with a check box in the upper
left corner of each picture. Select photos to be copied using
the “Left/Right” keys on the remote, pressing “Enter” for
each photo you wish to select. (If you choose “Copy all”,
every thumbnail will show a tick mark.
Press the “Copy/Del” key, a confirmation message will
appear.
Press “Enter” to confirm your selection, then select the directory you want to copy your pictures.
Press “Enter”.
The screen will show a dialog box asking you if you want to resize your images.
Select the desired option using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and confirm the choice by
selecting “Confirm”. Press “Enter”. Your photos are now copied into the internal memory and sized
to the frame’s resolution.
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5.
Deleting photos
You can delete photos that are in your frame’s internal memory.
- Delete your photos from the file manager
If you use this method, you can only delete one file at a time.
1. Press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as
necessary for the mode selection screen to come up.
2. Using the “Left/Right” keys on the remote, select the
“Files” icon and press “Enter”.
3. Select the photo using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote,
and press the “Copy/Del” key. The screen will display
“Delete file? YES/NO”. Choose the desired option and press “Enter”. Your file has been deleted.
You can also delete one of your personal folders in the “Root” folder.
- Delete your photos from the thumbnail mode
With this method, you can delete all or a selection of photos in the
internal memory.
1. Press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as
necessary for the mode selection screen to come up.
2. Select the internal memory using the “Left/Right” keys on
the remote. Press “Enter”.
3. Using the “Left/Right” keys, select the photo mode
and press “Enter”. The slideshow will then start.
4. Press the “Exit” key on the remote to access the
thumbnails.
5. Press the “Copy/Del” key. The screen will display
“Delete?” (Selection, all or cancel). Select and press
“Enter”.
6. The thumbnails will appear, with a check box in the upper
left corner of each picture. Select photos to be deleted
using the “Left/Right” keys on the remote, pressing
“Enter” for each photo you wish to select. (If you choose
the “Delete all” option, every thumbnail will show a tick
mark.)
7. Press the “Copy/Del” key, then press “Enter”.
8. The screen will display “Delete?”
9. Select the desired option using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote. Press “Enter”. Your photos
have now been deleted from the internal memory
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III.
Selecting the type of files to play
1.
Internal memory/Removable medium
If no medium has been inserted, the slideshow from the internal
memory will launch automatically whenever the frame is turned
on.
If a memory card or a USB key is inserted when the frame is
turned on, the card or key’s contents will be played.
In this case, you can switch from the card/key to the internal
memory as follows:
Press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as necessary
for the media selection screen to come up.
Use the “Left/Right” keys on the remote to select the medium to
be read, then press “Slideshow” on your remote. The slideshow will then start.
2.
Selecting a folder
You can play one of the previously saved folders in the internal memory, or play one of your personal folders
saved on a removable medium or in the internal memory in the “Root” folder.
To do so, press the “Exit” key on your remote as many times as necessary for the main menu to come up.
Using the “Left/Right” keys, select the “Files” icon. If you want to play a pre-programmed folder, select it
using the “Up/Down” keys, then press “Enter” twice. The slideshow of this folder will then launch.
If you want to play one of your own folders, first select the “Root” folder, then the specific folder you want.
Then follow the steps above to launch the slideshow.
IV.
Settings
On the main screen, select the “Settings” icon using the “Left/Right” keys on your remote to access the
different settings for your frame.
If a slideshow is playing, simply press the “Setup” key on your remote to access the settings menus.
When you are into the settings menus, the “Up/Down” keys on the remote allow you to select the
parameters to adjust, and the “Left/Right” keys allow you to choose the appropriate setting for the
selected parameter.
1.
Configuring photos
Select this line using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote in
order to access this menu.
You will then be able to make adjustments with the remote’s
arrow keys:
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- Display mode
Select “Display Mode” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use the
“Up/Down” keys to choose between:
 Slideshow: images scroll one after another
 Thumbnails: the images display as thumbnails. (Note: When your frame is in this mode, you can
access Slideshow or Single by pressing the “Enter” key repeatedly.)
 Single: A single photo is displayed
- Display ratio
Select the “Display Ratio” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use the
“Up/Down” keys to choose between:
 Fit to screen: the photo remains in its original format
 Crop for fill: the photo is centered and cropped to fit the entire screen
 Full-screen: the photo is altered in order to occupy the full screen
- Slideshow duration
Select the “Slideshow duration” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use
the “Up/Down” keys to choose between:
 5 Sec.
 15 Sec.
 30 Sec.
 60 Sec.
 5 Min.
 15 Min.
- Slideshow effect
Select the “Slideshow effect” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use the
“Up/Down” keys to choose between the following effects:
 Random
 Block Circles
 Circles Blocks
 Diamond
 Zoom out
 Zoom out circles
- Slideshow repeat
Select “Slideshow repeat” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use the
“Up/Down” keys to choose between:
 Repeat: the slideshow plays in a loop
 Once: the slideshow is played once
 Random: the pictures will be displayed randomly
- Magic Window
Select the “Magic Window” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote, then press the “Enter” key to
choose “On” or “Off”.
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- Resize
Select “Resize” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote, then press the “Enter” key to choose “On” or
“Off”.
- Cut Out When Copy
Select “Cut Out When Copy” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote, then press the “Enter” key to
choose “On” or “Off”.
- Show tip When Copy
Select “Show tip When Copy” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote, then press the “Enter” key to
choose “On” or “Off”.
2.
System configuration
This menu allows you to set the operating parameters of your frame.
- Light sensor on/off
Select “Light sensor” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote, then press “Enter” key to choose “On” or
“Off”.
- Language
Select “Language” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use the “Up/Down”
keys to choose between:
 English
 French
 German
 Italian
 Netherlands
 Portuguese
 Spanish
- Brightness
Select “Brightness” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then press the
“Left/Right” keys to adjust the brightness level (1-16).
- Contrast
Select “Contrast” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then press the
“Left/Right” keys to adjust the contrast level (1-16).
- Saturation
Select “Saturation” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then press the
“Left/Right” keys to adjust the saturation level (1-16).
- Tint
Select “Tint” using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then press the “Left/Right”
keys to adjust the tint level (1-100).
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- Reset (Default)
If the frame is handled incorrectly, it may be useful to reset its default settings. To do so, select “Default”
using the “Up/Down” keys on the remote and press “Enter”, then use “Up/Down” keys to select “On” or
“Off”.
Note: After Resetting, the language selection screen will appear during the following start-up, just as it did
for its first use.
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V.
Version number of the internal software (for information only)
Connecting to a computer
It is possible to transfer files to the frame by connecting it to your personal computer. To do so, connect
your frame via USB cable (mini-USB port on the frame, and standard USB port for the computer) to the
computer, then turn on your frame: the frame’s screen will show “PC connection...” Return to normal
operation after disconnecting.
On your computer, the following dialog box will appear:
- Click “Open folder and display files” in order to view the contents of the internal memory.
The following screen will appear:
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Open the directory storing the files you want to transfer to the frame, and place them in the desired
folder using “Copy/paste” or “Drag and drop”.
Caution! Photos transferred in this way will not be resized.
Disconnect the USB cable: your frame will restart automatically.
VI.
Safety instructions
Handle the digital photo frame with care, and avoid touching the screen; fingerprints are difficult to remove.
Always set the digital photo frame on a flat and stable surface to prevent it from falling and being damaged.
Avoid exposing the digital photo frame to the sun or high temperatures, as these may damage the frame or
reduce its operational life. Do not place it near heat sources like radiators or space heaters. Do not position
the frame facing direct sunlight in order to avoid reflections.
Avoid exposing the digital photo frame to rain, water, or moisture. Do not place it in a sink or basin where it
may come in contact with water.
Never place heavy or sharp objects on the frame, the screen, or the frame’s power supply.
Do not plug the digital photo frame into an outlet or cord with a power supply that is too high. This may
cause overheating, a fire, or electrical shock.
Be careful of the location of the power cord; it must not be walked on or come in contact with other objects.
Do not place the cord under a rug. Regularly check the condition of the cord to prevent damage. If the cord
is damaged, unplug it and replace it.
Ventilation
The openings and spaces for memory cards allow the frame to vent.
To ensure optimal use of the frame and to prevent overheating, these openings must not be covered or
blocked.
Keep the digital frame at a sufficient distance from the wall to ensure its ventilation.
Do not place the digital photo frame on a bed or sofa to avoid overheat.
Caution!
Never remove the plastic cover on the back of the frame. The digital photo frame has electrical circuits and
you could be hurt if you touch them.
Do not try to repair the digital photo frame by yourself.
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VII. Warranty
The warranty does not cover damage caused if you (or any unauthorized person) tried to repair the frame.
If the frame is emitting smoke, noise, or an unusual smell, immediately turn it off and unplug it. Contact your
store.
If you do not use the digital frame for a while, make sure to unplug the power cord.
The warranty concerns the digital photo frame and does not include the accessories. The following are
considered accessories:
The power supply unit,
The remote (according to model).
However, these accessories may be ordered from our technical division:
By email: assistance@sopeg.fr
Warranty period
This digital frame is under warranty for 12 months. The warranty period begins on the date the frame is
purchased.
The warranty must be proven by presenting the original invoice or receipt on which the date and model
purchased appear.
Coverage
A defective digital frame must be returned complete to your distributor with an explanation.
If this digital frame presents a defect during the warranty period, the authorized After-Sales Service will
repair any defective component or manufacturing defect. The After-Sales Service will unilaterally decide
whether to repair or replace the digital frame, in part or in whole.
The initial purchase date will determine the starting date for the warranty period.
If the digital frame is repaired or exchanged by our After-Sales Service, the warranty period is not extended.
Exclusions
Damage or defects caused by the improper use or handling of the digital frame, or by the use of
accessories, which are not original or not recommended in these instructions, are not covered by the
warranty.
The warranty does not cover damage caused by outside elements, like lightning, water, or fire, or any other
damage caused during transport.
No warranty coverage may be claimed if the digital frame’s serial number has been modified, removed,
erased, or made illegible.
No warranty coverage may be claimed if the digital frame has been repaired, altered, or modified by the
buyer or any repair personnel not officially qualified and authorized.
The manufacturer does not guarantee the technical properties described in this manual. The hardware and
accessories described in this manual are subject to change without advance notice. For this reason, the
manufacturer reserves the right to change the related documents, components, options, and characteristics
without advance notice.
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Compliance with current regulations:
This digital frame complies with current CE marking standards, and is compatible with the RoHS standard.
Recycling end-of-life electrical equipment and electronics
Used electrical and electronic devices must not be discarded with ordinary household refuse.
symbol on the product or its packaging serves as a reminder of this.
The presence of the
Some materials constituting this product may be recycled if you take them to an appropriate recycling
centre. By reusing the components and raw materials of old devices, you contribute significantly to
protecting the environment.
For further information on collection sites for used equipment, you can enquire at your city hall, the waste
treatment department, or the shop where you purchased the product.
VIII. Specifications
Specifications
DPF 7322 RUBY
DPF 9322 RUBY
Size
7˝
9˝
Resolution
800 x 600
800 x 600
Screen backlight
LED
LED
Image ratio
4/3
4/3
Built-in memory
2 GB
2 GB
Audio/video
NO
NO
Compatible cards
SDHC,SD/MMC,MS,USB sticks
SDHC,SD/MMC,MS,USB sticks
Files supported
JPEG, BMP
JPEG, BMP
Auto resizing
YES
YES
Auto rotation
YES
YES
Power supply input
100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz
100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz
Power supply output
5V DC 2Ah
5V DC 2Ah
Energy consumption in stand-by mode
<1W
<1W
Energy consumption in use
<5W
<5W
Dimensions
195 x 149 x 25 mm
225 x 178 x 25mm
Weight
424 g
Windows XP, Vista, 7,
Mac OS 9.0 & followings
520 g
Windows XP, Vista, 7,
Mac OS 9.0 & followings
System compatibility
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