EYE-LCD-5500-LHD User`s Manual

) EYE-LCD-5500-LHD
EYE-LCD-5500-LHD
User’s Manual
Version 1.1 (June 2011)
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Contents
DOCUMENT HISTORY.................................................................................................................................................................. 3 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................................... 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 INSTALLATION (WHEN INSTALLING THE MONITOR, PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THE MANUAL) .................................. 5 USE ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 CLEANING ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 WARNING FOR USE....................................................................................................................................................................... 7 USE ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7 EXEMPTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................................. 7 FEATURES ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 8 PACKAGE CONTENTS.................................................................................................................................................................. 8 POWER INPUT .............................................................................................................................................................................. 12 POWER INTERFACE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 12 SIGNAL SOURCE INPUT ............................................................................................................................................................... 13 OPERATING THE MONITOR..................................................................................................................................................... 14 THE TOP CONTROLLER OF THE MONITOR ................................................................................................................................... 14 ROTATING THE MONITOR ............................................................................................................................................................. 15 CHANGE THE RCU BATTERY ..................................................................................................................................................... 17 DISPLAY MODE ............................................................................................................................................................................ 18 OSD (ON SCREEN DISPLAY) MENU FUNCTION ......................................................................................................................... 21 ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) ...................................................................................................................................................... 25 DEFAULT SETTING ..................................................................................................................................................................... 36 SUPPORTED TIMING .................................................................................................................................................................. 37 SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................................................................................... 38 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................. 39 COMPLIANCE............................................................................................................................................................................... 39 APPENDIX I: MOVING AND CARRYING NOTICE ................................................................................................................. 40 APPENDIX II: STANDS AND WALL MOUNT INSTALLATION............................................................................................ 41 APPENDIX III: WALL MOUNT SAFETY NOTES .................................................................................................................... 43 2
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Document History
Title: EYE-LCD-5500-LHD User Manual
Issue Date: Oct. 2010
Revision: 01
Version
Update
Remark
Ver.1.0
2010.Oct.
First version release
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※ Please read this user’s manual thoroughly and completely before operating this monitor.
Important Safety Instructions
Before using the monitor, please read this user’s manual thoroughly to help protect against damage
to your own and other people’s property and ensure your own and other people personal safety.
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Be sure to observe the following instructions.
For your safety, be sure to observe the warnings located in this manual.
For installation or adjustment, please follow this manuals instruction and refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
Safety Precautions
If smoke or peculiar smell comes from the monitor, remove the power plug from the outlet
immediately.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Contact your dealer for inspection.
If the monitor has been turned on but there isn’t a picture, remove the power plug from the
outlet immediately.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Contact your dealer for inspection.
If water is spilled or objects are dropped inside the monitor, remove the power plug from the
outlet immediately.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Contact your dealer for inspection.
If the monitor is dropped or the cabinet is damaged, remove the power plug from the outlet
immediately.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Contact your dealer for inspection.
To turn off the power of the monitor, press ”O” on the main power switch at side of monitor.
The power standby/on indicator will go off and the monitor cannot to be turned on/off by using the POWER
button on the remote control. (To turn on/off the monitor by the remote control, press the main power switch
again and light the power standby/on indicator.)
 When turning off the monitor by pressing the POWER button on the remote control, the main power of the
monitor is not turned off completely.
 To disconnect the monitor completely from power supply, remove the power plug from the outlet.
Press “O” to turn off the monitor completely
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If the power cord or plug is damaged or becomes hot, turn off the main power switch of the
monitor, make sure the power plug has cooled down and remove the power plug from the
outlet.
If the monitor is still used in this condition, it may cause a fire or an electrical shock.
Contact your dealer for replacement.
Installation (when installing the monitor, please follow the instructions in the manual)
Don't install in a high-temperature environment.
If the monitor is used in high-temperature or in direct sunlight, it may cause the case or other parts become
distorted or damaged resulting in overheating or electric shock.
Don't install in a high-humidity environment.
This may cause overheating or electric shock.
Don't install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus that produce heat.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Don't overload outlets or cables beyond electrical capacity.
Don't use extension cords as it may cause a fire or electric shock.
Don't insert the power plug into an outlet other than 100~240V AC.
This may cause a fire or electric shock.
 Don’t use a damaged power plug or worn outlet.
 Don’t insert the improper power plug it may cause a fire and electric shock.
Don't place the monitor on an unstable shelf or surface.
The monitor may fall causing injury. Please install on a horizontal, stable, level surface.
Don't place objects on the monitor.
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If the monitor is covered or the vents are blocked, the monitor could overheat and cause a fire.
If metal or liquid gets into the monitor, it may cause a fire or an electrical shock.
Do not put heavy objects on the monitor as it may fall causing injury.
Please keep a10cm minimum distance between the monitor and the wall for sufficient ventilation.
Don't move the monitor when it is connected to the power cord and AV cables.
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When moving the monitor, make sure to remove the power plug and cables from the outlet or source.
When unpacking or carrying the monitor, at least 2 people are needed. Make sure the monitor is carried
upright.
Transport the monitor upright. Avoid placing the monitor face up or down.
Handle the monitor gently. Do not drop.
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Use
If you encounter a problem during installation, please contact your dealer for assistance.
Don’t repair or open the monitor by yourself.
Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock. Contact your dealer for inspection.
Protect and correctly use the power cord/plug.
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Don't press heavily on the power cord/plug.
Don't step on the power cord/plug.
Before inserting the power plug into the wall outlet, connect the power cord to the monitor.
Don't operate the monitor with a damaged power cord or it may damage the monitor.
Using the extension cords (not recommended)
If an extension cord must be used, ensure the voltage rating exceeds the max power consumption of the monitor,
if the voltage rating is less than the monitor, it will cause the extension cord to overheat.
If there is thunder or lightning, don’t touch the monitor or the power plug.
This may cause an electric shock.
Don’t use any kind of liquid on the monitor.
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If liquid is spilled on the monitor, remove the power and ask an qualified service personnel to check the
monitor.
If the liquid get’s on the monitor’s screen, please clean it with a dry and soft cloth immediately.
Don’t use any harsh chemical on the monitor.
If metal or liquid gets into the monitor, it may cause a fire or an electrical shock.
Don’t install or remove the power plug with wet hands.
This may cause an electric shock.
If the monitor will not be used for a long period of time, unplug the monitor.
This may cause premature wear of electrical components or fire.
Don’t press on the LCD panel.
This may cause personnel injury or panel damage.
Don't push or shake the monitor.
This may cause damage or injury.
 If the glass of the monitor panel is broken, liquid may escape. Please don't touch the liquid.
 If liquid get into your eyes or touches your skin, wash with the clean water and seek medical attention
immediately.
Precautions with the remote control batteries.
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Please only use approved AAA type batteries.
Please be sure to insert batteries by matching the + and -.
Don’t recharge, heat, disassemble, short or throw batteries into a fire.
Don’t mix a new battery with a used one.
Don’t mix different types of batteries together (only use the specified type). Or, it may cause burn and injury.
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Cleaning
If dust has collected on the power plug, removed the plug from the outlet and clean off the
dust.
Dust build-up may cause a fire.
Take off the power plug before cleaning.
Failure to do so may result in electrical shock or damage.
Cleaning the surface of the monitor.
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When the surface of the monitor becomes dirty, please wipe the surface lightly with a soft clean cloth.
If the surface requires additional cleaning, lightly moisten the cloth with rubbing alcohol.
Do not to let alcohol enter the monitor as it may cause electrical shock or damage.
Warning For Use
Use
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Do not use this “EYE-LCD-5500-LHD” on the ground.
Transport the monitor upright with proper packaging. Avoid placing the monitor face up or down. Be careful
not to bump to the monitor.
Do not send a static (non moving) image this monitor, or it may cause image ‘burn-in’ or image retention.
“Burn in” and/or image retention is not covered under warranty.
Make sure to change the image on the monitor periodically. It is recommended to turn off the monitor for at
least 6 hours after 18 hours of usage in a day to avoid image retention.
Exemptions
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This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by natural disaster (such as earthquake, thunder, etc),
fire, acts by third parties, accidents, owner’s intentional misuse and fault, or uses in other improper
conditions.
This product isn’t warranted for incidental damages (such as profit loss or interruption in business,
modification or erasure of record data, etc.) caused by use or inability to use of this product.
This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by inappropriate operation, or from not following the
user manual.
This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by misuse or malfunction through simultaneous use of
this product and the connected equipment or software.
This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by neglect of the instructions described about
installation.
This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by improper installation.
This product isn’t warranted for any damage caused by disassembly, modification or repair by
non-authorized service center or people.
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Features
High-resolution Full-HD 120Hz panel
- This monitor supports a 1920 x 1080 HDTV format and can display true 1.073G colors.
- Optimized response time for 120 Hz frame rate
- Full range interface type support – DisplayPort / HDMI x2 / VGA / DVI / PC audio in / IR extender / Line Out
Component /Audio in ( Component) / S-V / Video / Audio in (S-V & VIDEO)
Full array of PID connectivity
Video system Input:
HDMI
x2
COMPONENT (RCA)
x3
VIDEO (RCA)
x1
S-VIDEO (Mini Din 4 pin) x1
RGB Input:
DisplayPort x1
PC (VGA) x1
PC (DVI-D) x1
Communication
RS-232C in
RJ-45(LAN in)
Other functions
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High color saturation.
DisplayPort input
2 HDMI v1.3 inputs with HDCP.
Audio function output –Line out
Internal speaker 10Wx2
Signal source auto detection.
OSD keypad lock function.
PIP/ PBP function. Please see the chapter “Display mode ”
Overscan function.
Supports input main / sub source detection.
Package Contents
Unpacking
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Display is packed in a carton box and may be banded to 2 types of custom pallet depends on the
number of units shipped. The display is packed using cushions to protect the monitor during shipping.
Before unpacking your monitor, prepare a stable, level, and clean surface near a wall outlet.
Set the LCD Monitor box in an upright position and open from the top of the box before removing the top
cushions.
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Step 1: Remove the white handle and cut the banding
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Step 2: Remove the top cushion and take the accessories Bag out.
Packing list
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Contents of the Accessory Bag
VGA Cable (D-sub)
Power Cord –black
IR extender
OSD Remote Control
2 piece batteries (AAA) inside.
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Dimensions
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Installation
Environmental state
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Operating temperature: 5C ~ 35C (Fahrenheit : 41F ~ 95F)
Humidity : 85% RH (Max)
Power Input
Power Cord
The included power cord is used to connect the side controls of the LCD monitor and the wall outlet.
Connect the power cord into main power of the monitor, “-” is power on, “O” is power off.
Input: 100-240V~ 5A 50/60Hz
The top of controller
Single Input Interface
Main power –
Switch
AC In socket
“I“ is power on
“O” is power off
Power Interface
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Main power - switch & AC socket. Please see the chapter “Power input ”
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The top controller of the monitor
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The remote control (RCU)
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Signal Source Input
Input Interface
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Name
RS232C input x 1
LAN input x1
DisplayPort x1
HDMI 1 input x1
HDMI 2 input x1
DVI-D input x1
VGA (PC) input x 1
PC audio in x1
IR Extender x1
Line Out x1
Y-Pb-Pr (Y-Cb-Cr) input x 1
Audio for Component input x 1
S-video input x 1
Video input x 1
Audio for S-Video/Video input x 1
Power cord input
AC switch
Connecter
D-Sub 9 pin
RJ-45
Remarks
D-Sub 24 pin
D-Sub 15 pin
Mini jack
Mini jack
Mini jack
RCA G/B/R
RCA W/R
Mini Din 4 pin
RCA
RCA W/R
AC input
ON/OFF
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Operating The Monitor
The Top controller of the monitor
Input connecter
Main Power switch
AC In.
OSD Key Pad function List
Key
Descriptions
Power
Power on/Power off
Source
Source selection (toggle)
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Menu Right/Volume +
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Menu Left/Volume -
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Menu Up
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Menu Down
Menu/Exit
Menu/Exit selection
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-Power ON-Stand by Indicator
-Remote Control Receiver
LED ON:
Power Status
Condition
Green
Power on
Blink Orange
No Signal
Orange
Off
Sleep mode (Standby mode)
Power saving mode
AC off
Power Off
LED OFF:
The LED turns completely off when in the “off” mode regardless of the monitor being on or off.
Rotating the monitor
When using the display in the portrait position, the monitor should be rotated anti-clockwise so that the right side
is moved to the top. This will allow for proper ventilation for the monitor. Improper ventilation may shorten the
lifetime of the monitor. Then change the OSD rotation item from 0° to 270° on OSD menu.
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The Remote Control (RCU) Instructions
No Function
INFO
VGA
DVI
HDMI 1
COMP
AV (VIDEO )
HDMI 2
PIP position
DisplayPort
HD-SDi 1
PIP
S-V
HD-SDi 2
SWAP
P-SOURCE
MENU
,, , 
EXIT
ENTER
SCALING
FREEZE
MUTE
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
AUTO
SOURCE
VOLUMEVOLUME+
Description
Turns the monitor on and off
Provides source and resolution information
Selects the PC RGB source
Selects the PC DVI source
Selects the HDMI source 1
Selects the Component source
Selects the Composite Video source
Selects the HDMI source 2
Selects the PIP position
Select the DisplayPort source
Not available at this model.
Turns the PIP feature on and off
Selects the S-Video source
Not available at this model.
Swaps the main source & sub source picture
Selects the secondary sub-source
Opens the monitor’s on-screen menu system. When
the menu system is already open, pressing this
button will select the previous submenu
Navigates through submenus and settings
Closes the menu system
Selects highlighted menu choices
Toggles between different aspect ratios
(Full Screen, Native, Letter Box and Pillar Box)
Freezes the current source image
Turns off the sound
Adjusts the brightness
Adjusts the contrast
Auto adjustment VGA source
Allows selection of the different sources
Decreases the sound volume
Increases the sound volume
 Hot Key : OSD Menu Lock/Unlock Control
Lock: Press Enter, Enter, Exit, Exit, Enter and Exit on the controller by sequence and all keys(including remote and
keypad) will be locked except Enter and Exit.
Unlock: Press Enter, Enter, Exit, Exit, Enter and Exit on the controller by sequence again and all keys will be unlocked.
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Change The RCU Battery
1.
Remove the battery cover
Slide back and remove the battery cover in the
direction of the arrow.
Insert the batteries
2.
Align and insert two AAA batteries according to
their plus and minus ports (as indicated in the
remote control).
Close the battery cover
3.
Replace the battery cover in the direction of
the arrow and snap it back into place.
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Used batteries needed to follow the city rule to be discarded.
Avoid keeping used, old batteries inside the remote control, causing leakage of internal liquid resulting
metal rust or fatal damage to the remote control hand unit.
Battery to be used according to the instruction
CAUTION
About the remote control
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Don’t drop, shake or bump.
Don’t place on wet materials.
Don't dismantle.
Don’t place in locations with exposure to high-temperature or high-humidity levels.
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Display Mode
Turning the monitor on
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Correctly insert the power cord into monitor and into the power outlet.
Ensure the AC switch is set to “—“.
Press the power button on the remote or side control panel.
Turning the monitor off
With the power on, press the power button on the remote or side control panel to put the monitor in a standby
mode. To turn off power completely, turn the AC switch to “O” or disconnect the AC power cord from the power
outlet.
 Note:
If there is no signal input for a period of time, the monitor will automatically go to standby mode.
Adjusting the Volume
1. Using the remote, press the VOLUME- or VOLUME+ to increase or decrease the volume.
2. Press the MUTE button to temporarily turn off all sound. To restore the sound, press the MUTE button
again.
Selecting the input source
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Using the remote, press the desired source button (VGA,
HDMI1, HDMI2, DVI, DisplayPort, VIDEO, S-V, Component)
Or press SOURCE on the monitor keypad, use the arrow
buttons ( ) to navigate to the desired input source, and
press ENTER:
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VGA
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HDMI 1
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HDMI 2
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DVI
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DisplayPort
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Composite Video
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S-Video
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Component
When the monitor cannot find a source, a “No signal” message
will appear.
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PIP mode
1.
Select the main source – Using the remote, press the desired source button (VGA, HDMI1, HDMI2, DVI,
DisplayPort, Composite Video(Video), S-V, or Component).
2.
Turn on PIP: Using the remote, press PIP.
PIP
Main
Large PIP
Middle PIP
Small PIP
3.
To select the PIP/ sub-source: Using the remote, press P-SOURCE and use the arrow buttons ( ) to
navigate to the desired sub-source. Press ENTER.
4.
To change the size and position
of the sub-source: Using the remote, press P-POSITION to toggle
through the options.
Top-Left
Top-Right
Small PIP
Main
Bottom-Left
5.
BottomRight
To switch the main source and the sub-source: Using the remote, press SWAP.
SWAP
Main
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6.
To switch audio between the main source and the sub-source: Using the remote, press AUDIO.
7.
Note: For additional PIP functionality, press MENU and navigate to the Display Settings menu. Use the
arrow buttons ( ) to navigate to the desired PIP feature and press ENTER. Press  to toggle through the
associated options and press ENTER to select the highlighted option.
Main Source
Sub
Source
8.
Side by Side (Picture-by-Picture): Press P-POSITION button choose “Side by side” mode, then the main
source and the sub-source will be on the screen display.
Main
PIP
PIP Screen Table
VGA
VGA
-
HDMI 1
HDMI 2
DVI DisplayPort
Video
S-Video Component
HDMI 1
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
-
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
HDMI 2
Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
DVI
Yes
-
-
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
DisplayPort
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
Video
Yes
-
S-Video
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
-
Component
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Yes
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OSD (On Screen Display) Menu Function
Graphics Mode
Main Menu Image Settings Sub‐Menu Scheme Brightness Contrast Sharpness Saturation Hue Backlight Sub‐Sub menu Gamma Description Disabled in Graphics mode Adjust the brightness of the screen Adjust the contrast of the screen Adjust the sharpness of the screen Disabled in Graphics mode Disabled in Graphics mode Adjust the backlight Select the Gamma Color Temp Select the Color Temp Red Gain Color Temp Green Gain & Gamma Blue Gain Red Offset Green Offset Blue Offset Main Display Settings Select the Red Gain Select the Green Gain Select the Blue Gain Select the Red Offset Select the Green Offset Select the Blue Offset Aspect Ratio Adjust the aspect ratio of the screen Zoom Auto Scan Adjust the zoom function Select the Auto scan function Select source Select the main input source PIP mode Select PIP mode PIP Position Select PIP location Aspect Ratio Adjust the aspect ratio of the screen PIP Side by Side Scale Audio Settings Basic Settings Auto Scan Select the Auto scan function Select source Select the main input source When PIP mode is enable Volume Bass Treble Balance HDMI Audio Input OSD Transparent OSD Location OSD Zoom Adjust volume Adjust Bass volume Adjust Treble volume Adjust the balance of the screen Audio input Control Adjust the OSD transparent function Adjust the OSD location Adjust the OSD size (Disable in portrait type) OSD Rotation Adjust the OSD rotation OSD Language OSD Timeout Select the OSD language Select the OSD timeout seconds Sleep Timer Select the sleep timer Front LED Select the front LED function Setting 0~100 0~100 0~24 0~100 2.2, Off 5000K, 6500K, 7500K, 9300K, User 128 ~ 384 128 ~ 384 128 ~ 384 ‐50 ~ 50 ‐50 ~ 50 ‐50 ~ 50 Full screen, Pillar Box, Letter Box, Native ►◄ Off, On VGA,HDMI1/2, DisplayPort, DVI, Comp, S‐V, Video Off, Large PIP, Medium PIP, Small PIP, Side by Side Bottom‐Right, Top‐Left Top‐Right, Bottom‐Left Full screen, Pillar Box Letter Box ► PIP ◄ Main ▲ Zoom IN ▼ Zoom Out Enter: Default Menu: Return Off, On VGA,HDMI1/2, DisplayPort, DVI, Comp, S‐V, Video 0 ~ 100 0 ~ 20 0 ~ 20 0 ~ 20 HDMI/PC 0 ~ 100 ►◄▲▼ Off, On 0°/90°/180°/270°(OSD rotation‐270° is suitable for portrait mode) English/ Chinese 5~120 sec. Off, 15,30,60,90,120 Min. Off, On 21
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Main Menu Advanced Settings System Status Sub‐Menu Sub‐Sub menu Description Real Time Clock Setup Date & Time Auto Adjustment Select Auto adjustment function ► 0~ ‐100 ◄ 0 ~ 100 Image Position ▲ according to resolution ▼ according to resolution Phase 0~63 Clock 0~100 Flesh Tone Disabled in Graphics mode Front LED Select the front LED function IRFM Select the anti burn in mode function Setting Off, On According to resolution According to resolution Off, On Off, On 115200, 38400, 19200, 9600 Band rate Setting the band rate of monitor Smart light control Select Backlight control function DCR(Dynamic contrast) –from input Off, DCR , Light Sensor source Light Sensor – from ambient light Enable Network Dynamic IP Static IP Address Subnet Mask Ethernet Gateway Setup DNS Address Save Network Settings Load Default Settings Device MAC Factory Reset Source Channel Resolution Information Firmware Version Enable network feature Yes, No Enable Dynamic IP mode Disable, Enable Set static IP address 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0)
Set subnet mask Set gateway address Set DNS address 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0)
255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0)
255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0)
Update the IP settings to net device. Yes, No Load default network settings Yes, No MAC info Reset to the factory default setting Show the name of input source Show the current resolution Yes, No Show the firmware of the monitor 22
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Video Mode
Main Sub‐Menu Menu Sub‐Sub menu Scheme Select the scheme Gamma Adjust the brightness of the screen Adjust the contrast of the screen Adjust the sharpness of the screen
Adjust the saturation of the screen
Adjust the hue of the screen Adjust the backlight Select the Gamma Color Temp Select the Color Temp Brightness Image Settings Contrast Sharpness Saturation Hue Backlight Red Gain Color Temp & Gamma Green Gain Blue Gain Red Offset Green Offset Blue Offset Zoom Auto Scan Select the Red Gain Select the Green Gain Select the Blue Gain Select the Red Offset Select the Green Offset Select the Blue Offset Adjust the aspect ratio of the screen Adjust the zoom function Select the Auto scan function Select source Select the main input source PIP mode Select PIP mode PIP Position Select PIP location Aspect Ratio Adjust the aspect ratio of the screen Aspect Ratio Main Display Settings Description PIP Side by Side Scale Auto Scan Select source Audio Settings Volume Bass Treble Balance HDMI Audio Input OSD Transparent OSD Location OSD Zoom Basic Settings OSD Rotation OSD Language OSD Timeout Sleep Timer Front LED Real Time Clock Advanced Auto Adjustment Select the Auto scan function Select the main input source When PIP mode is enable Adjust volume Adjust Bass volume Adjust Treble volume Adjust the balance of the screen Audio input Control Adjust the OSD transparent function Adjust the OSD location Adjust the OSD size (Disable in portrait type) Adjust the OSD rotation Select the OSD language Select the OSD timeout seconds Select the sleep timer Select the front LED function Setup Date & Time Disabled if not a VGA mode 23
Setting User, Vivid, Cinema, Game, Sport 0~100 0~100 0~24 0~100 0~100 0~100 2.2, Off 5000K, 6500K, 7500K, 9300K, User 128 ~ 384 128 ~ 384 128 ~ 384 ‐50 ~ 50 ‐50 ~ 50 ‐50 ~ 50 Full screen, Pillar Box, Letter Box, Native ►◄ Off, On VGA,HDMI1/2, DisplayPort, DVI, Comp, S‐V, Video Off, Large PIP, Medium PIP, Small PIP, Side by Side Bottom‐Right, Top‐Left, Top‐Right, Bottom‐Left Full screen, Pillar Box, Letter Box ► PIP ◄ Main ▲ Zoom IN ▼ Zoom Out Enter: Default Menu: Return Off, On VGA,HDMI1/2, DisplayPort, DVI, Comp, S‐V, Video 0 ~ 100 0 ~ 20 0 ~ 20 0 ~ 20 HDMI/PC 0 ~ 100 ►◄▲▼ Off, On 0° /90° /180° /270° (OSD rotation‐270° is suitable for portrait mode) English / Chinese 5~120 sec. Off, 15, 30, 60, 90, 120 Min. Off, On 23
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Main Menu Settings Sub‐Sub Sub‐Menu menu Image Position Phase Clock Flesh Tone Front LED IRFM Band rate Smart light control Ethernet Setup Factory Reset System Status Enable Network Dynamic IP Static IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway DNS Address Save Network Settings Load Default Settings Device MAC Source Channel Resolution Information Firmware Version Description Disabled if not a VGA mode Disabled if not a VGA mode Disabled if not a VGA mode Select the flesh tone setting Select the front LED function Select the anti burn in mode function Setting the band rate of monitor Select Backlight control function DCR(Dynamic contrast) –from input source Light Sensor – from ambient light Setting Off, High, Medium, Low Off, On Off, On 115200, 38400, 19200, 9600 Off, DCR , Light Sensor Enable network feature Yes, No Enable Dynamic IP mode Disable, Enable Set static IP address 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0) Set subnet mask Set gateway address Set DNS address Update the IP settings to net device. 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0) 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0) 255.255.255.255(0.0.0.0) Yes, No Load default network settings Yes, No MAC info Reset to the factory default setting
Show the name of input source Show the current resolution Yes, No Show the firmware of the monitor
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On-Screen Display (OSD)
Menu Overview
Image settings 25
Display settings ‐Main Display settings ‐ PiP Audio Settings 25
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Basic Setting Real Time Clock System Status Advanced Settings Network setup (Ethernet function) 26
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Navigating through the Menu System
1.
2.
3.
With the power on, press MENU. The Image Settings menu will display.
Within the menu, use ,,, , and ENTER to navigate through the menus and adjust options.
Press MENU to return to the previous menu. To exit the menu system, press EXIT.
Image Settings Menu
This menu is used for making common image adjustments.
Scheme
Brightness
Contrast
Sharpness
Saturation
Hue
Back Light
Color Temp and
Gamma
Press or to select one of the following:
Options: User, Vivid, Cinema, Game, Sport
Default: User
Increases or decreases the brightness of picture. Press or, select the desired level,
and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~100; Default: 50
Increases or decreases the contrast of picture. Press  or , select the desired level,
and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~100; Default: 50
Adjusts the definition of picture. Press  or , select the desired level, and then press
ENTER.
Range: 0~24; Default: 10
Adjusts the brilliance and brightness (only Video Mode). Press or, select the
desired level, and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~100; Default: 50
Increases or decreases the green hue (Only Video Mode). Press  or, select the
desired level, and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~100; Default: 50
Range: 0~100; Default: 80
Adjusts red, green, blue gain and red, green blue offset.
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Image Settings Menu (continued)
Gamma
Color Temp
Red Gain
Green Gain
Blue Gain
Red Offset
Green Offset
Blue Offset
Options: Off, 2.2
Default: 2.2
Options: User, 5000K, 6500K, 7500K and 9300K.
Default: 9300K
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: 128~384
Default: 256
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: 128~384
Default: 256
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: 128~384
Default: 256
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: -50~50
Default: 0
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: -50~50
Default: 0
Set Color Temperature to “User Mode” in order to adjust this setting.
Range: -50~50
Default: 0
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Display Settings Menu
This menu is used for common source adjustments.
Main
Aspect Ratio
Zoom
Auto Scan
Select Source
PIP
PIP Mode
PIP Position
Aspect Ratio
Side by Side Scale
Auto Scan
Select Source
The Display Setting Mode.
Changes the picture aspect ratio
Press , to select the following options:
Options: Full screen, Pillar Box, Letter Box ,Native
Default: Full screen
Range: 0~10
Default: 0
Range: On, Off
Default: On
Options: HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA, Component, S-Video and Video
Default: HDMI1
Options: Off, Large PIP, Middle PIP, Small PIP and Side-by-Side
Default: Off
Options: Bottom-Right, Top-Left, Top-Right and Bottom-Left
Default: Bottom-Right
Options: Full screen, Pillar Box, Letter Box
Default: Full screen
Submenu Options: Zoom In, Zoom Out, Main, PIP, Default and Return
Options: On, Off
Default: On
Options: HDMI1, HDMI2, DVI, DisplayPort, Component, S-Video and Video
Default: VGA for Main, Video for PiP
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Audio Settings Menu
This menu is used for adjusting volume settings.
Volume
Bass
Treble
Balance
HDMI Audio Input
Adjust the sound. Press  or , select the desired level, and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~100
Default: 50
Adjust the sound in low tones (bass). Press  or , select the desired level, and
then press ENTER.
Range: 0~20
Default: 10
Adjust the sound in high tones (Treble). Press  or , select the desired level,
and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~20
Default: 10
Adjust the balance of the left and right speakers. Press  or , select the
desired level, and then press ENTER.
Range: 0~20
Default: 10
Select HDMI and PC audio input mode.
Default: HDMI
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Basic Settings Menu
This menu is used to make initial set-up adjustments to the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu and other
on-screen messages.
OSD Transparent
OSD Location
OSD Zoom
OSD Rotation
OSD Language
OSD Timeout
Sleep Timer
Real Time Clock
Set the menu transparency. Press  or  to select the desired level, and then
press ENTER.
Range: 0~100
Default: 0
Adjust the menu location on the monitor (Up, Down, Left, Right).
Options: On, Off
Default: Off
Select the OSD Rotation. Press  select the rotation.
Options: 0°, 90°, 180°, 270° (OSD rotation‐270° is suitable for portrait mode)
Default: 0 degree
Options: English and Chinese
Default: English
Options: 5~120
Default: 30
Set a period of time after which the monitor will switch to standby mode
automatically. Press  to select the desired time limit.
Options: Off, 15, 30, 45, 60, 90, 120 Min
Default: Off
Please see page 32 for more information
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Basic Settings Menu (continued)
Real Time Clock
Real Time
Alarm Power ON
Alarm Power OFF
Set date, and switch alarm on and off
Current time setting
Year / Month / Date Hour : Minutes
Power on timer setup
Options : Disable , Enable
Default : Disable
Power off timer setup
Options : Disable , Enable
Default : Disable
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Advanced Settings Menu
Auto Adjustment
Image Position
Phase
Clocks
VGA ADC Settings
Flesh Tone
Front LED
IRFM
Baud Rate
Smart light control
Ethernet Setup
Factory Reset
Forces the monitor to reacquire and lock to the input signal. This is useful when
the signal quality is marginal. Note: This feature does not continually reacquire
the signal.
Options: No, Yes
Default: No
Image location can be adjusted (Only VGA Mode).
Options: Up, Down, Left, Right
Range: 0~63 (Only VGA Mode)
Range: 0~100 (Only VGA Mode)
Select ADC setting, User ADC Calibration, and restore factory default ADC
setting.
Options: Default, User
Default: Default
Options: Off, Low, Medium and High (Only Video Mode)
Default: Off
Options: On and Off
Default: On
Creates slight frame motion to help avoid image retention.
Options: On
Default: Off
Options: 115200, 38400, 19200, 9600
Default: 115200
Options: Off, DCR , Light Sensor
Default: Off
Configure Network settings
Please see page 34 for more information
Restores all settings to their default.
Options: No, Yes
Default: No
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Advanced Settings Menu (continued)
Enable Network
Dynamic IP
Static IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway
DNS Address
Save Network Settings
Load Default Settings
Device MAC
Enable network feature
Options: No, Yes
Default: No
Enable Dynamic IP mode
Options: Disable, Enable
Set static IP address
Range: 0~255.0~255. 0~255. 0~255
Set subnet mask
Range: 0~255.0~255. 0~255. 0~255
Set gateway address
Range: 0~255.0~255. 0~255. 0~255
Set DNS address
Range: 0~255.0~255. 0~255. 0~255
Update the IP settings to net device .
Options: No, Yes
Default: No
Load default network settings
Options: No, Yes
Default: No
MAC Info
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Specification
Item
Specification
System Status Menu
Resolution
x 1080
(HD version.
monitor format)
This read-only menu
provides information on the active sources and 1920
the latest
firmware
Brightness
500 cd/m² (400 cd/m² with tempered glass)
Contrast Ratio
5000:1 (4000:1 with tempered glass)
Response time (GTG)
8 ms
16:9
Aspect Ratio
LCD panel
Horizontal Sync.
Positive / Negative
Vertical Sync.
Positive / Negative
HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA(with PC Audio In) , Component (with Audio L/R),
Connectors
S-Video (with Audio L/R – shared with Video), Video (with Audio L/R –
shared with S-Video), SPDIF, RS232
Analog
Digital
Scan Rate
Horizontal
23 ~ 92
23 ~ 92
Vertical
56 ~ 85
50 ~ 85
Auto Adjust
Clock, Phase, H-Position and V-Position
VGA/SVGA/XGA/WXGA/HD monitor
Screen Scaling
User ADC Calibration
Performance
Full Screen Display, WUXGA
1. When using
VGAManagement
as signal source, go to Advanced Settings in OSD menu
andDPMS
select VGA ADC
Power
VESA
Settings, then
User ADC Calibration.
OSDchoose
Language
English and Chinese
2. A
warningPower
message
(see image below) will show to make sure properAC
image
is displayed on screen
Input
100V~240V
Power
Source
before ADC calibration begins
i.
Operation Mode (Typ.)
473.8
Image in the green boxes, displayed on both side of the screen, has to be white and black in order
Power
1
Power Saving Mode
to run the calibration accurately (the black and white image can be made using software like
Consumption
Input Frequency Range
50 - 60 Hz
Microsoft PowerPoint)
ii.
iii.
Rated Input Volt
AC 100-240V
EYE-LCD-6500: 1567.6mm × 942.6mm × 155.7mm (61.7” x 37.1” x
The Dimension
black in the (W×H×D)
right green box has to be the darkest black.
6.1”)
EYE-LCD-6500: 1567.6mm × 942.6mm × 171mm (61.7” x 37.1” x 6.7”)
The white in the left green box has to be the brightest white.
Physical
Net Weight
Gross Weight w/ packing
Environment
Storage Temperature
Operating Temperature
Function
Humidity
Plug and Play
RS232
OSD key
Wall mount
Speaker
Option
Touch
Function
(65AVTb)
Technology
Method
Interface
Transmittance
Operating System
EYE-LCD-6500: 67.0 KG
EYE-LCD-6500: 85.0 KG
EYE-LCD-6500: 89.0 KG
EYE-LCD-6500: 107KG
Min -20°C ~ Max 60°C
Min 5°C ~ Max 35°C
85% RH @35°C
DDC 2B Compliance
D-Sub 9-pin / RJ-45 in&out
7 keys ( ,SOURCE, ,, ,, MENU/EXIT)
400 x400 ; 400 x600 VESA standard
Input 1Vp-p, Output: 10W/4 x2
Optical
Finger, gloved hand, or any other pointer
USB (type B female)
88% (w/ 4mm tempered glass)
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista, Window 7 (multi-touch requires driver),
Mac OS X, Linux (requires ev touch)
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3.
After proper image is displayed, click “Yes” to begin ADC calibration
4.
During calibration process, the following image will show to notify user to wait for the calibration.
5.
After calibration is completed, the display will notify user if the process is done successfully by different
messages.
Default Setting
Item
Power switch
Default
Off
Scheme
Brightness
User
50
Sharpness
Back light
12
80
Contrast
50
Color Temp.
Source Auto Detection
OSD Language
9300K
Off
English
Auto
Off
Smart light control
Off
IRFM
Off
Baud rate
115200
Ethernet
Off
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1152x864
SXGA
SXGA+
1280x1024
1400 x
1050
1440 x 900
WSXGA+ 1680
x1050
UXGA 1600 x 1200
1920 x 1080
WUXA 1920 x 1200
NTSC
SDTV
PAL
480p
EDTV
576p
720p
1280x720
1080i
1920x1080
HDTV 1080p 1920x1080
Display
port
1280 x 800
DVI
1280 x 768
Composit
e
VESA
S-Video
1280 x 720
Compone
nt
WXGA1360x768
VGA
XGA 1024x768
HDMI
SVGA 800x600
Dot clock
(MHz)
VGA 640x480
fV (Hz)
Timing
fH (kHz)
Supported Timing
31.469
37.861
37.5
43.269
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
48.363
56.476
60.023
68.677
47.712
44.444
44.772
56.456
47.776
47.396
68.633
49.306
49.702
67.5
63.981
79.976
91.146
64.744
65.317
55.469
55.935
64.674
65.29
75
66.587
74.038
15.734
15.625
31.5
31.25
37.5
44.995
45
28.13
33.716
33.75
27
28.125
33.716
33.75
56.25
67.433
67.5
59.94
72.809
75
85.008
56.25
60.317
72.188
75
85.06
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
60.015
59.98
59.86
74.78
59.87
59.995
84.837
59.91
59.81
75
60.02
75.025
85.024
59.95
59.98
59.901
59.88
59.883
59.954
60
59.93
59.95
29.97
25
60
50
50
59.94
60
50
59.94
60
24
25
29
30
50
59.94
60
25.175
31.5
31.5
36
36
40
50
49.5
56.25
65
75
78.75
94.5
85.5
64
74.5
95.75
79.5
68.25
117.5
71
83
108
108
135
157.5
101
121.75
88.75
106.5
119
146.25
162
138.5
154
13.5
13.5
27.03
27
74.25
74.176
74.25
74.25
74.176
74.25
74.25
74.25
74.18
74.25
148.5
148.352
148.5
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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O
O
O
O
O
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O
O
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O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
480i
576i
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
-
O
O
-
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
480i means supported 480i@60Hz(YPbPr).
576i means supported 576i@50Hz(YPbPr)
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Specification
Item
Specification
Resolution
Brightness
1920 x 1080 (HD monitor format)
450 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio
LCD panel
Response time (GTG)
Aspect Ratio
Horizontal Sync.
Vertical Sync.
Connectors
Scan Rate
Horizontal
Vertical
Auto Adjust
Performance
Screen Scaling
Power Management
OSD Language
Power Source Power Input
Operation Mode
Power
Power Saving Mode
Consumption Input Frequency Range
Rated Input Volt
Dimension (W×H×D)
Physical
Net Weight
Gross Weight w/ packing
Environment
Function
4000
6.5 ms
16:9
Positive / Negative
Positive / Negative
DisplayPort/HDMIx2/VGA/DVI/PC /PC Audio in / IR Extender //Line
Out / Component (w/audio) / S-V / VIDEO (w/audio)
23 ~ 92 KHz
49~ 86 Hz
Clock, Phase, H-Position and V-Position
VGA/SVGA/XGA/WXGA/HD monitor
Full Screen Display, WUXGA
VESA DPMS, DVI DMPM, Energy Star
English and Chinese
AC 100V~240V
≦226W
≦1W
50 - 60 Hz
AC 100-240V
1265.8(W)x736.6(H)x46.2(D)
29 KG
35 KG
Storage Temperature
Min -5°C ~ Max 50°C
Operating Temperature
Min 5°C ~ Max 35°C
Humidity
Plug and Play
Communication
OSD key
Wall mount
Speaker
90% RH @40°C
DDC 2B Compliance
D-Sub 9-pin / RJ-45 (Ethernet)
7 keys ( ,SOURCE, ,, ,, MENU/EXIT)
400 x400 VESA standard
Input 1Vp-p, Output: 10W/4Ω x2
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Troubleshooting
Before calling service personnel, please check the following chart for a possible cause to the trouble you are
experiencing.
 Perform the adjustments according to page 13 “Operation The Monitor”
 If the problem you have experienced isn’t described below or you can’t correct the problem, stop using the
monitor and call service personnel or your dealer.
No Display
Problem
The image is not centered
The image is not locked correctly
The remote control doesn’t work
The picture color looks poor
Check these things
Ensure the power plug is installed correctly on both ends.
Check the main power switch is set to “—“
Check that source equipment is operating correctly.
Check the input signal is compatible with this display.
Check the input signal is compatible with this display.
Check the input signal is compatible with this display.
Make sure the batteries fresh and are installed correctly.
Ensure the remote is aimed at the IR sensor on the front of the display
Check the picture settings.
Reset the display.
If you are using YUV terminals, make sure cables are correctly
connected.
Compliance
FCC Compliance Statement:
FCC:FCC CFR Title 47 Part 15 Subpart B:2009 Class B, CISPR 22:2008
ANSI C63.4: 2003
CE
EN 55022:2006+A1: 2007
EN 55024: 1998+A1: 2001+A2: 2003
EN 61000-3-2: 2006
EN 61000-3-3: 1995+ A1: 2001+A2: 2005
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Appendix I: Moving and Carrying Notice
 Moving Notice:
Moving the monitor requires at least two people. If not, it may drop and a serious injury may result.
Moving/shipping the monitor, please hold the white handles.
 Carrying Notice :
This monitor is heavy; please follow as below instruction, when you ready to carry the monitor. If not,
it may cause an injury.
NG
OK
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Appendix II: Stands and Wall Mount Installation
 Installing the table stand kit:
1. Place the monitor (LCD screen face down) on a flat, stable surface, which has been covered
with a soft cloth. This will help prevent the monitor from being scratched.
2. Remove the screws (M8*15 screw x4) from the stand bracket at the back of the monitor.
3. Align the stand brackets with the mounting holes and attach the brackets to the monitor using
the screws removed in Step 2.
Caution: Longer screws will damage the monitor.
Remove the 4 screws from
back of the monitor
Use maximum 15mm/0.59” long screws.
8mm Metric
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Installing a wall mount kit:
1.
2.
3.
Follow the manual instructions for the type of mount you have selected. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Moving the monitor requires at least two people.
Before installing, please make sure the wall is strong enough to hold the necessary weight of
the display and the mount.
Step1. Keep the display facing the ground and place it on a flat object.
Step2. Remove the 4 screws (M8*15) from the back of the monitor.
Step3. Align the wall brackets with the mounting holes and attach the brackets to the monitor using
the screws removed in Step 2.
Caution: Longer screws will damage the monitor.
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Appendix III: Wall Mount Safety Notes
Wall mounting safety Notes
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Appendix IV: VCOM-Ethernet driver Installation Procedure
1.
About VCOM
VCOM utility is a display control tool. The tool controls display by network protocol on LAN. The utility
also permits control the display by RS-232 through visual serial port.
 Supported OS
The utility supports the following OS.
Windows 7 32-bit Edition
Windows Vista 64-bit Edition
Windows Vista 32-bit Edition
Windows 2003 64-bit Edition
Windows 2003 32-bit Edition
Windows XP 64-bit Edition
Windows XP 32-bit Edition
Windows 2000
 LAN Connection
PC connects with display by LAN through Hub or Switch.
Use a Cat.5 or higher LAN cable.
 Network Setting (LAN)
Default setting are as follows:
DHCP
Disable
IP ADDRESS
192.168.2.1
SUBNET MASK
255.255.255.0
DEFAULT GATEWAY
192.168.2.1
DNS Addr.
192.168.2.1
The IP address and subnet mask of the Public Display can be set on the NETWORK SETTINGS screen
of the web browser by using an HTTP server function. Please be sure to use “Microsoft Internet Explorer
6.0” or higher version for the web browser. (The device uses “JavaScript” and “Cookies” and the browser
should be set to accept these functions.)
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2.
.
Installation- Install VCOM application
On the main screen of the enclosed CD-ROM, select ' exe_ICPlus_VCOM_v3.6' _ ' / ’ vcomsetup' ,
then the installation screen will be automatically displayed.
Then a “VCOM” icon will show on the desktop, means the installation process is completed.
How to use VCOM
1. Double click the “VCOM” icon, then the VCOM program will show up on the desktop.
2. VCOM program introduction.
3.
VCOM Function descriptions:
Device info shows the display IP information.
 Exit – for exiting the VCOM utility.
 Search – for searching device in same domain.
 Search by IP – for searching device by IP
address.
 Configure – for configuring device.
 Web – for opening the Browser and linking to
derive web server.
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3.1 Searching devices
Press the Search icon, the VCOM will search all devices that is connecting to the
same LAN (local area network), and then show all searched devices on the table. In
addition, the IP domain of PC needs to be same as the domain of device.
3.2 Searching device by IP
Press the Search by IP icon, the VCOM will search all devices in arranged IP
address. Then show all searched devices on the table.
 If VCOM found the display successfully, the Monitor information is displayed in the
search window
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4.
COM Mapping
COM Mapping shows the display COM PORT information.



Add – for creating a virtual COM port
Remove – for removing an existing virtual COM port
Exit – for exiting the VCOM utility
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4.1 Adding a virtual COM
Press the Add icon, the following window will pop up.
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The status of TCP/UDP and Server/Client will be automatically set depending on
the status of device, and the information of IP address and Remote Port are as well.
For renewing the information, press the Rescan button. The number of COM can be
assigned by user. Then OS will create a virtual serial port.
4.2 Remove
Select a COM port and press the Remove button, the COM port will be removed.
5.
Communication Settings
Provide a controller program to control both serial port or LAN connections, check the
COM port and baud rate is same, then the display can be controlled through the LAN
from the controller program of client.
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