Sharp PN-L703A Instruction manual

PN-L703A
PN-L603A
LCD MONITOR
OPERATION MANUAL
IMPORTANT:
To aid reporting in case of loss or theft, please record the
product’s model and serial numbers in the space provided.
The numbers are located in the rear of the product.
Model No.:
Serial No.:
U.S.A. ONLY
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
a triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within a triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
product.
WARNING:
FCC Regulations state that any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class A 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 instruction 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.
This product utilizes a CR coin Lithium battery which contains a Perchlorate material.
Special handling for this material may apply,
California residents, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/
Others, consult local environmental officers.
U.S.A. ONLY
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DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER
Thank you for your purchase of a SHARP LCD product. To ensure safety and many years of trouble-free operation of your
product, please read the Safety Precautions carefully before using this product.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Electricity is used to perform many useful functions, but it can also cause personal injuries and property damage if improperly
handled. This product has been engineered and manufactured with the highest priority on safety. However, improper use can
result in electric shock and/or fire. In order to prevent potential danger, please observe the following instructions when installing,
operating and cleaning the product. To ensure your safety and prolong the service life of your LCD product, please read the
following precautions carefully before using the product.
1. Read instructions — All operating instructions must be read and understood before the product is operated.
2.Keep this manual in a safe place — These safety and operating instructions must be kept in a safe place for future
reference.
3. Observe warnings — All warnings on the product and in the instructions must be observed closely.
4. Follow instructions — All operating instructions must be followed.
5.Cleaning — Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before cleaning the product. Use a dry cloth to clean the product. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
6.Attachments — Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer. Use of inadequate attachments can result
in accidents.
7.Water and moisture — Do not use the product near water. Do not install the product in a place where water may splash onto
it. Be careful of equipment which drains water such as an air-conditioner.
8. Ventilation — The vents and other openings in the cabinet are designed for ventilation.
Do not cover or block these vents and openings since insufficient ventilation can cause overheating and/or shorten the life
of the product. Do not place the product on a sofa, rug or other similar surface, since they can block ventilation openings.
Do not place the product in an enclosed place such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturer’s instructions are followed.
9.Power cord protection — The power cords must be routed properly to prevent people from stepping on them or objects from
resting on them.
10.The screen used in this product is made of glass. Therefore, it can break when the product is dropped or applied with
impact. Be careful not to be injured by broken glass pieces in case the screen breaks.
11. Overloading — Do not overload AC outlets or extension cords. Overloading can cause fire or electric shock.
12.Entering of objects and liquids — Never insert an object into the product through vents or openings. High voltage flows in
the product, and inserting an object can cause electric shock and/or short internal parts.
For the same reason, do not spill water or liquid on the product.
13.Servicing — Do not attempt to service the product yourself. Removing covers can expose you to high voltage and other
dangerous conditions. Request a qualified service person to perform servicing.
14.Repair — If any of the following conditions occurs, unplug the power cord from the AC outlet, and request a qualified service
person to perform repairs.
a. When the power cord or plug is damaged.
b. When a liquid was spilled on the product or when objects have fallen into the product.
c. When the product has been exposed to rain or water.
d. When the product does not operate properly as described in the operating instructions.
Do not touch the controls other than those described in the operating instructions. Improper adjustment of controls
not described in the instructions can cause damage, which often requires extensive adjustment work by a qualified
technician.
e. When the product has been dropped or damaged.
f.When the product displays an abnormal condition. Any noticeable abnormality in the product indicates that the product
needs servicing.
15.Replacement parts — In case the product needs replacement parts, make sure that the service person uses replacement
parts specified by the manufacturer, or those with the same characteristics and performance as the original parts. Use of
unauthorized parts can result in fire, electric shock and/or other danger.
16.Safety checks — Upon completion of service or repair work, request the service technician to perform safety checks to
ensure that the product is in proper operating condition.
17.Wall mounting — When mounting the product on a wall, be sure to install the product according to the method
recommended by the manufacturer.
18.Heat sources — Keep the product away from heat sources such as radiators, heaters, stoves and other heat-generating
products (including amplifiers).
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Continued)
19.Batteries — Incorrect use of batteries may cause the batteries to burst or ignite. A leaky battery may corrode the equipment,
dirty your hands or spoil your clothing. In order to avoid these problems, make sure to observe the precautions below:
• Use the specified batteries only.
• Install the batteries with due attention to the plus (+) and minus (-) sides of the batteries according to the instructions in the
compartment.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix batteries of different types. Voltage specifications of batteries of the same shape may vary.
• Replace an exhausted battery with a new one promptly.
• If you will not use the remote control for a long time, remove the batteries.
• If leaked battery fluid gets on your skin or clothing, rinse immediately and thoroughly. If it gets into your eye, bathe your
eye well rather than rubbing and seek medical treatment immediately. Leaked battery fluid that gets into your eye or your
clothing may cause a skin irritation or damage your eye.
20.Usage of the monitor must not be accompanied by fatal risks or dangers that, could lead directly to death, personal injury,
severe physical damage or other loss, including nuclear reaction control in nuclear facility, medical life support system, and
missile launch control in a weapon system.
21.Do not stay in contact with the parts of the product that become hot for long periods of time. Doing so may result in
low-temperature burns.
WARNING:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may
be required to take adequate measures.
To maintain compliance with EMC regulations, use shielded cables to connect to the following terminals: HDMI input terminal,
D-SUB input terminal, and DisplayPort input/output terminals.
If a monitor is not positioned in a sufficiently stable location, it can be potentially hazardous due to falling. Many injuries,
particularly to children, can be avoided by taking simple precautions such as:
• Using fixing devices like wall mount brackets recommended by the manufacturer.
• Only using furniture that can safely support the monitor.
• Ensuring the monitor is not overhanging the edge of the supporting furniture.
• Not placing the monitor on tall furniture (for example, cupboards or bookcases) without anchoring both the furniture and the
monitor to a suitable support.
• Not standing the monitors on cloth or other materials placed between the monitor and supporting furniture.
• Educating children about the dangers of climbing on furniture to reach the monitor or its controls.
Especially for child safety
- Don’t allow children to climb on or play with the monitor.
- Don’t place the monitor on furniture that can easily be used as steps, such as a chest of drawers.
- Remember that children can become excited while watching a program, especially on a “larger than life” monitor. Care
should be taken to place or install the monitor where it cannot be pushed, pulled over, or knocked down.
- Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the monitor so that they cannot be pulled or grabbed by
curious children.
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TIPS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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he TFT color LCD panel used in this monitor is made with
the application of high precision technology. However, there
may be minute points on the screen where pixels never light
or are permanently lit. Also, if the screen is viewed from an
acute angle there may be uneven colors or brightness. Please
note that these are not malfunctions but common phenomena
of LCDs and will not affect the performance of the monitor.
- Do not display a still picture for a long period, as this could
cause a residual image.
- Never rub or tap the monitor with hard objects.
- Please understand that SHARP CORPORATION bears no
responsibility for errors made during use by the customer or
a third party, nor for any other malfunctions or damage to this
product arising during use, except where indemnity liability is
recognized under law.
- This monitor and its accessories may be upgraded without
advance notice.
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o not use the monitor where there is a lot of dust, where humidity
is high, or where the monitor may come into contact with oil or
steam. Do not use in an environment where there are corrosive
gases (sulfur dioxide, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen dioxide, chlorine,
ammonia, ozone, etc.). As this could lead to fire.
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nsure that the monitor does not come into contact with water
or other fluids. Ensure that no objects such as paper clips or
pins enter the monitor as this could lead to fire or electric shock.
- Do not place the monitor on top of unstable objects or in
unsafe places. Do not allow the monitor to receive strong
shocks or to strongly vibrate. Causing the monitor to fall or
topple over may damage it.
- Do not use the monitor near heating equipment or in places
where there is likelihood of high temperature, as this may
lead to generation of excessive heat and outbreak of fire.
- Do not use the monitor in places where it may be exposed to
direct sunlight.
- The AC outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall
be easily accessible.
- Please be sure to constantly remove dust and garbage that
has attached to the ventilation opening. If dust collects in the
ventilation opening or the inside of the monitor, it may lead to
excessive heat, outbreak of fire, or malfunction.
Please request a cleaning of the inside of the monitor from
an authorized SHARP servicing dealer or service center.
- Do not touch the screen while the PC is starting up, it will
lead to a malfunction. When this occurs, restart the PC.
- Do not operate the screen with a hard or pointed object such
as a fingernail or pencil.
- If another USB device is connected to the computer to which
the touch panel is connected, do not operate the USB device
during touch panel input. Input may not take place correctly.
- If the infrared transmitter/receiver becomes dirty,
malfunctioning may result. Use a soft cloth to gently wipe dirt
off the infrared transmitter/receiver.
- If dust accumulates inside the infrared transmitter/receiver,
the product cannot transmit or receive infrared rays properly,
resulting in a malfunction. To clean the dust accumulated
inside, contact an authorized SHARP servicing dealer or
service center (extra charge required).
- Always follow the procedure on page 18 to turn off the
power. The monitor is a precision instrument. Disconnecting
the power plug from the power outlet while the monitor is in
operation may cause failure.
- If you or a third party uses the product incorrectly, or if the
product is subjected to the effects of static electricity or
electrical noise, or if the product malfunctions or is repaired,
there is a risk that saved data will be corrupted or lost.
- Always back up important data to a USB flash drive or other
memory medium.
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- We bear no responsibility for protection of SSD recorded
content or related damages.
The Power Cord
- Use only the power cord supplied with the monitor.
- Do not damage the power cord nor place heavy objects on
it, stretch it or over bend it. Also, do not add extension cords.
Damage to the cord may result in fire or electric shock.
- Do not use the power cord with a power tap.
Adding an extension cord may lead to fire as a result of
overheating.
- Do not remove or insert the power plug with wet hands.
Doing so could result in electric shock.
- Unplug the power cord if it is not used for a long time.
- Do not attempt to repair the power cord if it is broken
or malfunctioning. Refer the servicing to the service
representative.
Manual Scope
- Microsoft, Windows, Internet Explorer, Excel and PowerPoint
are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
- The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and
other countries.
- DisplayPort is a registered trademark of Video Electronics
Standards Association.
- Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are either registered trademarks
or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United
States and/or other countries.
- Intel, Celeron, and Intel Core 2 Duo are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries
in the U.S.A. and other countries.
- AMD, AMD Sempron, AMD Athlon, and combinations thereof
are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
- This product comes with RICOH Bitmap Fonts produced and
sold by RICOH COMPANY, LTD.
- All other brand and product names are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
- Language of OSD menu used in this manual is English by
way of example.
- Illustrations in this manual may not exactly represent the
actual product or display.
LED Backlight
● The LED backlight in this product has a limited lifetime.
* If the screen gets dark or does not turn on, it may be
necessary to replace the LED backlight.
* This LED backlight is exclusive to this product and must
be replaced by an authorized SHARP servicing dealer
or service center. Please contact an authorized SHARP
servicing dealer or service center for assistance.
MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS
• This product is for use indoors.
• A mounting bracket compliant with VESA specifications is
required.
• Since the monitor is heavy, consult your dealer before
installing, removing or moving the monitor.
• Mounting the monitor on the wall requires special expertise
and the work must be performed by an authorized SHARP
dealer. You should never attempt to perform any of this
work yourself. Our company will bear no responsibility
for accidents or injuries caused by improper mounting or
mishandling.
• Use the monitor with the surface perpendicular to a level
surface. If necessary, the monitor may be tilted up to 20
degrees upward.
• When moving the monitor, be sure to hold it with the
handles and the unit bottom. Do not grasp the screen or
tray. This may cause product damage, failure, or injury.
• This monitor should be used at an ambient temperature
between 41°F (5°C) and 95°F (35°C). Provide enough
space around the monitor to prevent heat from
accumulating inside.
Unit: inch [cm]
7-7/8 [20]
2
[5]
1-7/16 [3.5]
2
[5]
2 [5]
• If it is difficult to provide sufficient space for any reason
such as the installation of the monitor inside a housing, or
if the ambient temperature may be outside of the range
of 41°F (5°C) to 95°F (35°C), install a fan or take other
measures to keep the ambient temperature within the
required range.
• Temperature condition may change when using the monitor
together with the optional equipments recommended by
SHARP. In such cases, please check the temperature
condition specified by the optional equipments.
• Do not block any ventilation openings. If the temperature
inside the monitor rises, this could lead to a malfunction.
• Do not place the monitor on a device which generates heat.
• Do not use the product in locations where the unit is
exposed to direct sunlight or other strong light. Since this
product operates with infrared rays, such light may cause a
malfunction.
• When using multiple monitors closely, be sure the infrared
transmitter/receiver does not affect the other ones.
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Contents
IMPORTANT INFORMATION.............................................3
DEAR SHARP CUSTOMER...............................................4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...................................................4
TIPS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................6
MOUNTING PRECAUTIONS.............................................7
Supplied Components......................................................9
System Requirements......................................................9
Part Names......................................................................10
Connecting Peripheral Equipment................................12
Connecting the Power Cord..........................................14
Binding Cables................................................................14
Preparing the Remote Control Unit...............................15
Installing the batteries.................................................15
Remote control operation range..................................15
Removing the Handles...................................................16
Mounting a web camera.................................................16
Turning Power On/Off.....................................................17
Turning on the main power.........................................17
Turning power on........................................................17
Turning power off........................................................18
Touch Panel / Touch Pen Preparations.........................19
Connecting the touch pen adapter..............................19
Touch Pen Preparations..............................................19
Computer preparations...............................................19
Calibration...................................................................19
Touch pen actions.......................................................20
Adding touch pens (pairing)........................................20
Touch action....................................................................21
Touch action................................................................21
Other functions............................................................23
Cautionary points........................................................23
Eraser..........................................................................23
Basic Operation..............................................................24
Using the touch menu.................................................24
Using the remote control unit......................................25
Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)...................27
Launcher.....................................................................27
Using files....................................................................27
Displaying a file...........................................................28
Erasing data................................................................30
WHITEBOARD mode settings....................................31
Menu Items......................................................................32
Displaying the menu screen........................................32
Menu item details........................................................33
Adjustments for PC screen display.............................43
Initialization (Reset)/Functional Restriction Setting
(FUNCTION).....................................................................44
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)......................45
Settings to connect to a LAN.......................................45
Controlling with a PC...................................................47
[Advanced operation] Command-based control..........53
[Advanced operation] Communication procedure.......53
[Advanced operation] Control command table............55
Troubleshooting..............................................................63
Specifications ................................................................65
Appendix: System Settings...........................................70
Mounting Precautions
(For SHARP dealers and service engineers)................71
For information on Touch Pen Utility, Touch Panel Settings Tool, Pen Software and Touch Display Link, see the manual for
each.
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Supplied Components
If any component should be missing, please contact your dealer.
 Liquid Crystal Display Monitor: 1
 Remote control unit: 1
 Power cord: 1
 Remote control unit battery
(R-6 (“AA” size)): 2
 Cable clamp: 3
 Cable clamp (insertion type): 2
 CD-ROM (Utility Disk): 1
 CD-ROM (Touch Display Link): 1
 Touch Display Link License: 1
 Setup Manual: 1
 Touch pen: 1
 Touch pen adapter: 1
 Pen tip (for touch pen): 2
 Touch pen battery
(LR-03 (“AAA” size)): 1
 Tray: 1
 USB cable: 1
 Eraser: 1
 Camera mount: 1
 Camera screw (inch thread): 1
 Touch pen adapter screw (Step screw, M3): 1
 Tray mounting screws (M3) : 5
 Cover SHARP logo: 1
Place this sticker onto the SHARP logo to cover
the logo.
* SHARP Corporation holds authorship rights to the Utility Disk program. Do not reproduce it without permission.
* For environmental protection!
Do not dispose of batteries in household waste. Follow the disposal instructions for your area.
System Requirements
Memory
PC/AT compatible computer with a USB 2.0 port and able to output a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
(CD-ROM drive required for software installation.)
Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit version),
Windows 8 (32-bit or 64-bit version), Windows 8.1 (32-bit or 64-bit version)
Intel Celeron or AMD Sempron 1.6 GHz or faster
Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon II X2 2.8 GHz or faster recommended
At least 2 GB
Free space on hard drive
At least 200 MB (free space separately required for data storage)
Computer
OS
CPU
To use the touch panel with a computer connected to this monitor, the touch panel and computer must be connected, and Touch
Panel Settings Tool, Touch Pen Utility, and Pen Software must be installed on the computer from the supplied CD-ROM.
To install the software, see the manual for each.
To use a touch panel with a computer connected to the bottom, connect to the USB 1 port.
To use a touch panel with a computer connected to the side, connect to the USB 2 port.
(Factory setting. Can be changed in TOUCH INPUT SELECT in the SETUP menu.)
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Part Names
nFront view
6
7
7
7
7
1 2 3
5
4
1. Power button / Power LED (See page 17.)
2. Remote control sensor (See page 15.)
3. TOUCH MENU button (See page 24.)
nRear view
5
4.
5.
6.
7.
8
Tray
Speakers
Handles (2 on the PN-L603A)
Infrared transmitter/receiver
9
28
29
23
24
25
10
11
12
13
14
26
8
15
16 17 18
19
20
27
21 22
TIPS
• It is convenient to use the terminals for separate purposes;
for example, using the terminal on the bottom of the monitor
to connect a fixed computer and using the terminal on the
side of the monitor to connect a mobile computer.
Caution
• Consult your SHARP dealer for attachment/detachment of
optional parts.
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8. Vents
9. Optional attachment section
This section is used to connect optional
hardware for function expansion. Offering this
attachment location is not a guarantee that
future compatible hardware attachments will be
released.
10. Main power switch (See page 17.)
11. AC input terminal (See page 14.)
12. External speaker terminals (See page 13.)
13. Audio output terminal (See page 13.)
14. DisplayPort output terminal (See page 13.)
15. Touch pen adapter port (See page 19.)
16. USB 1 port (See page 13.)
17. LAN terminal (See page 13.)
18. Optional terminal
This terminal is provided for possible future
(optional) function expansion. Offering of
this terminal is not a guarantee that future
expanded functionality will be provided.
19. D-sub 1 input terminal (See page 12.)
20. DisplayPort input terminal (See page 12.)
21. HDMI 1 input terminal (See page 12.)
22. Audio 1 input terminal (See page 13.)
23. USB 2 port (See page 13.)
24. D-sub 2 input terminal (See page 12.)
25. HDMI 2 input terminal (See page 12.)
26. HDMI 3 input terminal (See page 12.)
27. Audio 2 input terminal (See page 13.)
WHITEBOARD mode terminals
28. USB ports (See page 13.)
29. LAN terminal (See page 13.)
Part Names
nRemote control unit
1
2
7
3
8
4
9
10
5
1. Signal transmitter
2. POWER button (See page 17.)
3. MUTE button (See page 25.)
4. VOL +/- buttons (See page 25.)
BRIGHT +/- buttons (See page 25.)
Cursor control ( /
/
/ ) buttons
5. DISPLAY button (See page 25.)
6. MODE button (See page 25.)
7. INPUT button (See page 25.)
8. MENU button (See page 25.)
9. ENTER button (See page 25.)
10. RETURN button (See page 25.)
11. SIZE button (See page 25.)
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6
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Connecting Peripheral Equipment
16
17
13
6
2
3
8
15
10
9
11
12 14
Caution
• Be sure to turn off the main power switch and disconnect
the plug from the power outlet before connecting/
disconnecting cables. Also, read the manual of the
equipment to be connected.
• Be careful not to confuse the input terminal with the output
terminal when connecting cables. Accidentally reversing
cables connected to the input and output terminals may
cause malfunctions and the other problems.
• Do not use any cable that has a damaged or deformed
terminal. Using such cables may cause malfunctions.
TIPS
• When using a touch panel with a computer connected to the
monitor, connect the USB cable to the computer. For details,
see the Touch Panel Settings Tool Operation Manual.
• Images may not be displayed properly depending on the
computer (video card) to be connected.
• Use the automatic screen adjustment when a computer
screen is displayed for the first time using D-SUB1 or
D-SUB2, or when the setting of the computer is changed.
The screen is adjusted automatically when SELF ADJUST
in the MONITOR menu is set to ON.
• If the audio output from the playback device is connected
directly to speakers or other devices, the video on the
monitor may appear delayed from the audio portion.
Audio should be played through this monitor by connecting
the playback device to the monitor’s audio input, and
connecting the monitor’s audio output to the speakers or
other devices.
• The audio input terminals used in each input mode are
factory-set as follows.
Input mode
D-SUB1
D-SUB2
DisplayPort
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI3
WHITEBOARD
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Audio input terminal
(Factory setting)
Audio 1 input terminal
Audio 2 input terminal
DisplayPort input terminal
HDMI 1 input terminal
HDMI 2 input terminal
HDMI 3 input terminal
WHITEBOARD
5
4
1
7
It is convenient to use the terminals for separate purposes;
For example, using the terminal on the bottom of the monitor
to connect a fixed computer and using the terminal on the side
of the monitor to connect a mobile computer.
1.
2.
3.
•
HDMI 1 input terminal
HDMI 2 input terminal
HDMI 3 input terminal
Use a commercially available HDMI cable (conforming to
the HDMI standard).
• Set HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3 of INPUT SELECT on the
SETUP menu according to the device to be connected.
• Select the audio input terminal to be used in AUDIO
SELECT of the SETUP menu.
When HDMI is selected, connection to the audio input
terminal is unnecessary.
4. DisplayPort input terminal
• Use a commercially available DisplayPort cable
(conforming to the DisplayPort standard).
• Select the audio input terminal to be used in AUDIO
SELECT of the SETUP menu.
When DisplayPort is selected, connection to the audio
input terminal is unnecessary.
5. D-sub 1 input terminal
• Set D-SUB1 of INPUT SELECT on the SETUP menu
according to the device to be connected.
• To use with D-SUB1[VIDEO], connect the green terminal
to the device’s video output.
• Select the audio input terminal to be used in AUDIO
SELECT of the SETUP menu.
6. D-sub 2 input terminal
• Select the audio input terminal to be used in AUDIO
SELECT of the SETUP menu.
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
7.
8.
•
•
Audio 1 input terminal
Audio 2 input terminal
Use an audio cable without resistance.
Set the audio input terminal to be used in each input
mode in AUDIO SELECT on the SETUP menu.
9. DisplayPort output terminal
• The screen displayed on the monitor and the audio output
from the monitor can be output to an external device.
• Use a commercially available DisplayPort cable
(conforming to the DisplayPort standard).
• Outputting HDCP-encrypted video requires an external
device which supports HDCP.
10. Audio output terminal
• The output sound varies depending on the input mode.
• The volume of the output sound can be fixed by setting
AUDIO OUTPUT of AUDIO OPTION on the SETUP
menu.
• It is not possible to control the sound output from the
audio output terminals with the AUDIO menu.
15. External speaker terminals
• To use external speakers, set SPEAKER SELECT to
EXTERNAL in AUDIO OPTION on the SETUP menu.
• Be sure to use external speakers with an impedance of 6 Ω
or greater and a rated input of at least 10 W.
1
2
1. While pushing the tab, insert the tip of the cable.
2. Release the tab.
TIPS
• Be sure to connect the + and - terminals and the left and
right speakers properly.
• Avoid short circuiting the + and - terminals.
• When SPEAKER SELECT is set to EXTERNAL, the
internal speakers are disabled.
11. Touch pen adapter port
• Connect the touch pen adapter in order to use the touch
pen. (See page 19.)
WHITEBOARD mode terminals
12. USB 1 (type B) port
• To use the touch panel with the computer connected to
the bottom, connect the touch panel to the computer with
the USB cable.
(Factory setting. Can be changed in TOUCH INPUT
SELECT on the SETUP menu.)
16. USB ports
• Connect USB devices that you will use with the
WHITEBOARD (USB flash drive, USB keyboard, USB
mouse).
• Removing a USB flash drive.
(1) Touch [Eject USB Media] (
).
13. USB 2 (type B) port
• To use the touch panel with the computer connected to
the side, connect to the computer with the USB cable.
(Factory setting. Can be changed in TOUCH INPUT
SELECT in the SETUP menu.)
14. LAN terminal
• You can control the monitor from a computer on a network
by connecting a commercially available LAN cable
between this terminal and a network.
(2) Touch the USB flash drive that you want to remove.
(3) Touch [Stop].
(4) W
hen “You can eject the USB device.” appears,
remove the USB flash drive.
(5) Touch [Close].
17. LAN terminal
• A commercially available LAN cable can be used to
connect the WHITEBOARD to the network while in use.
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Connecting the Power Cord
Caution
Main power switch
• Use only the power cord supplied with the monitor.
1
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Plug the power cord (supplied) into the AC input terminal.
3. Plug the power cord (supplied) into the AC power outlet.
For power
outlet
3
2
Power cord (Supplied)
AC input terminal
Binding Cables
The cables connected to the terminals on the rear of the
monitor can be fastened with the cable clamp.
*1
*1
*2
*1
*1
*2
*2
*2
*2
PN-L703A only
*2
Cable clamp
(insertion type)
Cable
Cable clamp
attachment
Cable clamp
attachment
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Cable
Cable clamp
Preparing the Remote Control Unit
Installing the batteries
Remote control operation range
1. Press the cover gently and slide it in the direction of the
arrow.
The operation range of the remote control unit is approx. 16.4
feet (5 m) at an angle of approx 10° from the center to the top/
bottom/right/left of the remote control sensor.
2. See the instructions in the compartment and put in the
supplied batteries (R-6 (“AA” size) x 2) with their plus (+)
and minus (-) sides oriented correctly.
3. Close the cover.
Remote
control sensor
TIPS
• When the batteries become exhausted, replace them with
new (commercially available) batteries.
• The supplied batteries (R-6 (“AA” size) x 2) may become
exhausted quickly depending on how they are stored.
• If you will not be using the remote control for a long time,
remove the batteries.
• Use manganese or alkaline batteries only.
16.4
feet
(5 m)
10°
10°
10°
10°
TIPS
• Do not expose the remote control unit to shock by dropping
or stepping on it. This could lead to a malfunction.
• Do not expose the remote control unit to liquids, and do not
place it in an area with high humidity.
• The remote control unit may not work properly if the remote
control sensor is under direct sunlight or strong lighting.
• Objects between the remote control unit and the remote
control sensor may prevent proper operation.
• Replace the batteries when they run low as this may
shorten the remote control’s operation range.
• If a fluorescent light is illuminated near the remote control
unit, it may interfere with proper operation.
• Do not use it with the remote control of other equipment
such as air conditioner, stereo components, etc.
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Removing the Handles
The handles can be removed.
Handle
Handle screws
Caution
• The removable handles and handle screws are for use with this monitor. Do not use them for any other devices.
• To attach handles, be sure to use the handles and handle screws which were removed from this monitor.
• Be sure the handles are attached securely.
Mounting a web camera
It is possible to mount a commercially available web camera in the following positions:
(2)
(1)
(3)
Mounting on the top of the monitor
(1) R
emove the screws from the monitor.
(2) Attach the supplied camera mount with the screws of (1)
(x2).
(3) Attach the web camera to the camera mount with the
supplied camera screw (inch thread) (x1).
Mounting on the tray
Attach the web camera to the mounting hole on the right or left
side of the tray with the supplied camera screw (inch thread)
(x1).
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Turning Power On/Off
Caution
• Turn on the monitor first before turning on the computer or
playback device.
• To keep the performance of the WHITEBOARD stable, put the
monitor in the Power off (Standby mode) state once a day.
Turning power on
1. Press the POWER button.
Turning on the main power
POWER button / Power LED
Status
Main power switch
Power on
Orange lit
Power off (Standby mode)
Power off (Whiteboard standby mode)
Input signal waiting mode
Orange flashing
The monitor enters the Power off (Standby mode) state.
Caution
• The main power must be turned on/off with the main power
switch. Do not connect/disconnect the power cord or turn
the breaker on/off while the main power switch is on.
• When switching the main power switch or the POWER
button off and back on, always wait for at least 5 seconds.
• For a complete electrical disconnection, pull out the main
plug.
• Before switching off the main power switch, always put the
monitor in the Power off (Standby mode) state. (Hold down
the POWER button until the exit screen appears.)
Status of the monitor
Green lit
Green flashing
The screen that appears depends on the START INPUT
MODE setting in the SETUP menu.
• WHITEBOARD
The WHITEBOARD appears. (See page 27.)
• LAST INPUT MODE
The video of the input terminal when the power was last
turned off is displayed.
TIPS
• When the main power switch is off, the monitor cannot be
turned on.
• If the monitor is in input signal waiting mode and you press
the POWER button, the monitor enters whiteboard standby
mode. If you hold down the POWER button until the exit
screen appears, the monitor enters Power off (Standby
mode) state.
• Setting the SCHEDULE flashes the power LED alternately
in red and orange in standby mode.
• To disable the logo screen from displaying when turning the
power ON, set LOGO SCREEN to OFF on the OTHERS
menu. (See page 40.)
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Turning Power On/Off
nDate/time setting
• If the time has yet to be set when the monitor is first turned
on, the date/time setting screen appears. Set the date and
time.
DATE/TIME SETTING
/
:
/
01 / 01 / 20 14
12 : 00
:
AM
OK···[ENTER] CANCEL···[RETURN]
1. Press
or
or
press
ENTER
2. Press
.
to select the date and time, and
to change the numerical values.
• Be sure to set the date and time.
• The date/time setting screen will close automatically if
no operation is performed for about 15 seconds. The
date and time can be set using DATE/TIME SETTING
from the SETUP menu when the date/time setting screen
disappears.
TIPS
Set the date in “Month/Day/Year” order.
Set the time on a 12-hour basis.
The clock is maintained by the internal battery.
If you already set the time but the date/time setting
screen appears when the power is turned on, the
internal battery may be exhausted. Please contact
your local SHARP servicing dealer or service center for
assistance with battery replacement.
• Estimated service life of the internal battery: About 5
years (depending on monitor operation)
• The initial battery was inserted at the factory when the
monitor was shipped, so it may run out of power before
its expected operation life.
•
•
•
•
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Turning power off
The power can be turned off in the following ways.
(1)Press the POWER button.
The monitor enters whiteboard standby mode.
This method allows faster startup and shutdown than (2),
however, more power is consumed while in standby mode.
(2)Hold down the POWER button until the exit screen
appears.
The monitor enters standby mode. The WHITEBOARD is
in the shutdown state. More time is required for shutdown
and startup than (1), however, less power is consumed in
standby mode.
Before switching off the main power switch, always put the
monitor in the Power off (Standby mode) state.
Caution
• When the power is turned off, any data on the WHITEBOARD
is lost. If there is unsaved data, a message will appear prior
to shutdown. Save the data.
• If the monitor will be turned off by SCHEDULE, LAN
control, or OFF IF NO OPERATION, save any data you
need in advance. The power will turn off even if there is
unsaved data. (The data will be lost.)
• When turning the monitor power on again, wait at least 5
seconds after shutdown is completed.
• Do not disconnect the power cord, open the breaker,
or switch off the main power switch before shutdown is
finished. Risk of failure.
Touch Panel / Touch Pen Preparations
Connecting the touch pen adapter
Computer preparations
To use the touch pen, insert the touch pen adapter into the
touch pen adapter port on the monitor.
To use the touch panel and the touch pen, install the software
below.
Whiteboard
The software is already installed.
Computer
• Touch Panel Settings Tool
• Touch Pen Utility
• Pen Software
To install the software, see the manual for each.
Calibration
Touch pen
adapter port
Touch pen
adapter screw
(antitheft)
Touch pen
adaptor
Touch Pen Preparations
nInserting the battery
1. Remove the battery cap.
2. Open the cover and insert the supplied battery (LR-03
(“AAA” size)) into the touch pen.
Check the plus (+) and minus (-) markings on the inside
of the touch pen and insert the battery in the correct
orientation.
2
Calibration is used to perform position alignment so that the
mouse cursor moves to the correct position when the screen
is touched.
• If you will be using the touch panel with a computer,
perform calibration from the Touch Panel Settings Tool.
For details, see the Touch Panel Settings Tool Operation
Manual.
• To perform calibration on the WHITEBOARD, follow the
steps below.
1. Switch the input to WHITEBOARD.
2. Touch the launch button.
1
Battery cap
3. Replace the cover and battery cap.
TIPS
Launch button
The launcher appears.
3. Touch [Setting].
• The supplied battery (LR-03 (“AAA” size)) may be
exhausted in a short time, depending on how it was stored.
• If the touch pen will not be used for an extended time,
remove the battery from the touch pen.
• For the battery, use an alkaline battery.
You will be prompted to enter a password.
4. Enter the password and touch [OK].
Enter the password set in the Admin Password. If a
password is not set, enter “00000”.
5. Touch [Admin Settings] and [Calibration].
6. Follow the instructions on the screen to perform
calibration.
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Touch Panel / Touch Pen Preparations
Touch pen actions
Function button 1
Adding touch pens (pairing)
Function button 3
Pen tip
Battery indicator
Function button 2
Functions can be assigned to the function buttons. For details,
see the Touch Pen Utility Operation Manual.
The factory default settings are as follows.
• Function button 1: Right mouse click
• Function button 2: PageDown
• Function button 3: PageUP
When the function button is pressed, the battery indicator
illuminates.
If the battery indicator does not illuminate, check if the battery
is depleted.
TIPS
• Use function buttons near the front of the screen. If too far
away, operation will not be possible.
• Press function buttons slowly and firmly. If pressed too
quickly, the action may not be recognized.
• The line may break if the touch pen battery is low or there
is other wireless equipment in operation nearby.
• If the pen tip becomes worn or damaged, replace it.
nTouch pen settings
Touch pen settings are configured using the Touch Pen Utility.
For details on the settings and how to use the utility, see the
Touch Pen Utility Operation Manual.
• Up to 4 touch pens can be used simultaneously. (Up to
10 touch pens can be registered.) When touch pens are
added, they can be used to write simultaneously, and a
different color can be set for each pen.
• To use an optional touch pen with the monitor, the touch
pen must be registered in the touch pen adapter. (pairing)
Item
Model
Remarks
Touch pen
PN-ZL02
Additional touch pen
Perform touch pen pairing for one pen at a time.
1. Open the touch pen registration screen.
Using WHITEBOARD
(1) Touch the launch button.
(2) Touch [Touch Pen] in the launcher.
(3) Touch [Touch pen settings].
Using the computer
(1) Click the touch pen utility icon ( ) on the taskbar.
(2) Click [Touch pen settings].
2.Select a line in the touch pen settings screen that does
not have a pen registered, and touch [Registration].
3.Simultaneously hold down function button 1 and
function button 3 of the touch pen being paired for at
least 5 seconds.
4.When the battery indicator blinks twice or more,
release function button 1 and function button 3.
A message appears after completion of pairing.
5.Touch [OK].
TIPS
• When multiple touch pens are used, touch positions and
touch pen information (color, thickness, etc.) may become
interchanged, and lines may break.
- When touched simultaneously
- When touch pens are moved near each other
- When batteries are low
- When other wireless equipment is operating nearby
• Do not press the pen tip on other than the screen.
This may cause malfunctioning.
• One touch pen cannot be registered in multiple touch pen
adapters.
• You can affix the supplied ID labels to the PN-ZL02 to
distinguish the touch pens.
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Touch action
Touch action
Touch actions that can be used with this monitor differ
according to operating system and application. The functions
of touch actions are also different. For details, check Windows
Help and the application’s support documentation.
Touch Operation
Mode
Multi-Touch Mode
Mouse Mode
Touch action
Windows 8 /
8.1
Windows 7
Windows
7 / 8 / 8.1
Single-tap
Yes
Yes
Yes
Double-tap
Yes
Yes
Yes
Swipe
Yes
Yes
No
Swipe from edge of
screen
Yes
No
No
Drag-and-drop
Yes
Yes
Yes
Slide to pan
Yes
Yes
No
Flicks
Yes
Yes
No
Press-and-hold
Yes
Yes
Yes*
Zoom
Yes
Yes
No
OS
Double-tap
Same action as double-clicking a mouse.
Quickly touch twice with your finger/touch pen.
Press-and-tap
No
Yes
No
Rotate
Yes
Yes
No
When double-tapping with your finger, be sure to lift your
finger sufficiently off the screen after the first tap. If there
is insufficient distance between the screen and your finger,
double-tap will not take place.
Swipe
Touch the screen with your finger/touch pen, move without
lifting, and then stop.
* When “Recognize press and hold as right click” is set with
the Touch Panel Settings Tool.
The action may be different from a mouse right-click in
some cases.
TIPS
• In Windows 7, if the checkmark has been removed from
“Enable multi-touch gestures and inking” in “Pen and touch”
in Control Panel, select the checkbox.
• For the procedures for using the touch pen in the Pen
Software, see the Pen Software Operation Manual.
Swipe from edge of screen
After touching the edge of the monitor with your finger/touch
pen, move horizontally without releasing your finger/touch
pen and then stop.
nCommon finger and touch pen actions
Single-tap
Same action as left-clicking a mouse.
Touch with your finger/touch pen.
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Touch action
Drag-and-drop
Same action as drag-and-drop with a mouse.
Touch the screen with your finger/touch pen and move without
lifting. When you have finished the movement, lift your finger/
touch pen.
nFinger actions
Zoom
Use in a screen that is capable of enlargement/reduction.
Touch the screen with two fingers and move your fingers
closer together to reduce the view, or apart to enlarge the
view.
Flicks
Flick your finger/touch pen in the direction of the function you
want to use.
Reduction
Flick your finger
Enlargement
Press-and-hold
Same action as right-clicking a mouse.
Press briefly with your finger/touch pen, and then lift your
finger/touch pen from the screen.
Slide to pan
With your finger/touch pen touching the screen, move it up
and down to scroll the screen.
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Press-and-tap
Same action as right-clicking a mouse.
With one finger touching the screen, tap once (single tap) with
another finger.
Tap once (single tap) with another finger
With one finger touching
Touch action
Rotation
Use this action in a screen that is capable of image rotation.
Touch the center point of the rotation with one finger. While
holding that finger still, move another finger in the desired
direction of rotation.
Move another finger in the
desired direction of rotation
With one finger touching
TIPS
• The screen may not respond correctly in the following cases:
Touch gesture is too quick
The distance between the two points is too short
The two points intersect
Other functions
In Windows 8/8.1, input panel functions can be used.
In Windows 7, touch pointer and input panel functions can be
used.
For information on these functions, see Windows Help.
Touch pointer :
A translucent image of a mouse appears near the point
touched. The left/right buttons of the image can be clicked
to perform the same actions as left/right clicking a mouse.
Input panel :
A software keyboard and an input panel with handwriting
recognition appear on the screen.
Cautionary points
• Do not use the touch pen for any purpose other than touch
panel operation.
• Do not press hard on the pen tip.
• Operation will not take place correctly if there is an obstacle
between the infrared transmitter/receiver and the touch pen
or your finger. Operation will not take place correctly if your
fingers or your sleeve is near the screen.
• If the touch pen is held too flat against the screen, the
touch position may not be correctly detected.
• If the touch pen does not work at the edge of the screen,
move it slowly.
• This may not operate correctly if there is an inverter
fluorescent light nearby.
• Do not store with the pen tip of the touch pen or function
button pressed. The battery will be exhausted.
• If there is dirt or foreign matter on the tip of the touch pen,
remove it. Foreign matter may damage the screen.
• The touch pen position may occasionally deviate in the
login screen. In this case, use the keyboard or mouse.
• If the USB cable becomes disconnected, the touch
panel may not operate correctly after the USB cable is
reconnected. In this case, restart the computer.
Eraser
The eraser is used with the Pen Software. For the procedure for
using the eraser, refer to the Pen Software Operation Manual.
Caution
• When using the eraser, gently bring the cloth side into
contact with the screen. Touching the screen with one of
the non-cloth sides will damage the screen.
• If there is any dirt or foreign matter on the surface that contacts
the screen, remove it. Foreign matter may damage the screen.
Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 7 (excluding Starter), the ink
function of Microsoft Office can be used.
Handwritten comments can be written, and handwriting can
be recognized.
For details, see Microsoft Office Help.
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Basic Operation
Using the touch menu
You can touch the monitor to change input mode, volume, and
other settings.
(2) V
olume adjustment
Changes the volume.
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Increases the volume.
1. Press the TOUCH MENU button.
Decreases the volume.
Mutes the sound.
Touch again to return the sound to the original
volume.
TOUCH MENU button
2. Touch the screen to change settings.
(3) T
ouch action setting
Touch to disable touch action.
Touch again to enable touch action.
INPUT
WHITEBOARD
BOTTOM INPUT TERMINAL
TIPS
DisplayPort
• When the input mode is changed, the disable touch
action setting is canceled.
• When TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID ICON is set to ON and
touch action is disabled, the TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID
icon appears in the monitor.
HDMI1
D-SUB1
SIDE INPUT TERMINAL
HDMI2
HDMI3
D-SUB2
(4)
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) INPUT (Input mode selection)
Changes the input mode.
Input mode
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Video
DisplayPort
DisplayPort input terminal
HDMI1
HDMI1 input terminal*1
HDMI2
HDMI2 input terminal*2
HDMI3
HDMI3 input terminal*3
Audio
*5
terminal*4
D-SUB1
D-sub1 input
D-SUB2
D-sub2 input terminal
WHITEBOARD
WHITEBOARD
• You can touch the TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID icon in the
monitor to enable touch action.
• The position of the TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID icon can
be changed. (See page 38.)
• The TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID icon appears even when
a USB cable is not connected.
(4) E
xit touch menu
Closes the touch menu.
TIPS
• When the input mode is changed, the touch panel
connection also changes. You can set whether the side or
bottom USB port is used in each input mode. (See page
37.)
• The touch menu can also be used with the remote control
unit.
DISPLAY
at least 5 seconds.
(1) Hold down
The touch menu appears.
*1 Select the terminal to be used in HDMI1 of INPUT
SELECT. (See page 36.)
*2 Select the terminal to be used in HDMI2 of INPUT
SELECT. (See page 36.)
*3 Select the terminal to be used in HDMI3 of INPUT
SELECT. (See page 36.)
*4 Select the terminal to be used in D-SUB1 of INPUT
SELECT. (See page 36.)
*5 Select the terminal for AUDIO SELECT which is used for
audio input. (See page 36.)
.
(2) Select the setting item with
ENTER
, and press
.
(3) Set with
- The setting is entered.
RETURN
- Press
to exit the touch menu.
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Basic Operation
Using the remote control unit
1
2
5
6
9
3
4
5. BRIGHT +/- (Backlight adjustment)
Pressing
or
displays the BRIGHT menu when the
menu screen is not displayed.
BRIGHT
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Press
or
to adjust the brightness.
* If you do not press any buttons for about 4 seconds, the
BRIGHT menu automatically disappears.
6. ENTER
Confirms the setting.
7
8
10
1. INPUT (Input mode selection)
or
to select the input
The menu is displayed. Press
ENTER
to enter.
mode, and press
* For the input modes that can be selected, see “Using the
touch menu” (See page 24.).
2. MUTE
Turns off the volume temporarily.
Press the MUTE button again to turn the sound back to the
previous level.
3. MENU
Displays and turns off the menu screen. (see page 32.)
4. VOL +/- (Volume adjustment)
Pressing
or
displays the VOLUME menu when the
menu screen is not displayed.
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7. RETURN
Returns to the previous screen.
8. SIZE (Screen size selection)
The menu is displayed.
Press
or
to select the screen size. (See page 26.)
9. DISPLAY
Displays monitor information.
The display changes from INFORMATION1 →
INFORMATION2 → clear display, and so on every time you
press this button.
• The display disappears automatically after about 15
seconds.
• LAN is displayed during LAN communication.
• If LAN is displayed in red, there is a duplicate IP address.
10. MODE (Color mode selection)
Each time you press this button, the color mode changes in
the following order:
STD (Standard) → VIVID → sRGB →
HIGH ILLUMINANCE → STD...
• sRGB applies to PC input only.
sRGB is international standard of color representation
specified by IEC (International Electrotechnical
Commission). Color conversion is made in taking account
of liquid crystal’s characteristics and represents color tone
close to its original image.
• HIGH ILLUMINANCE is a display with colors suited to
bright locations.
Press
or
to adjust the volume of the sound.
* If you do not press any buttons for about 4 seconds, the
VOLUME menu automatically disappears.
* You can also change the setting by touch action.
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nSwitching the screen size
Even when the screen size is changed, the display may remain the same depending on the input signal.
WIDE
ZOOM 1
PC input
Displays image so it fills the entire screen.
AV input
An image with a 4:3 aspect ratio is stretched to fill the entire
screen.
PC input
An image with a 4:3 aspect ratio is enlarged to fill the entire screen
without changing the aspect ratio. The edges of the image may be
cut off.
AV input
ZOOM 2
PC input
Use this size if ZOOM 1 cuts off the subtitles.
AV input
NORMAL
Dot by Dot
PC input
Displays image so it fills the screen without changing the aspect
ratio of the input signals.
AV input
Displays the entire image of the aspect ratio of 4:3 without
changing the aspect ratio.
PC input
Displays the dots of the signals input from the connected PC as
the corresponding dots on the screen.
AV input
Displays the dots of the input signals as the corresponding dots on
the screen.
TIPS
• Using this monitor’s screen-size switching or dual-screen display functions to compress or expand the screen for commercial
or public viewing in establishments like cafes or hotels may infringe on the rights of the creators, as protected by Copyright
Law, so please be careful.
• When dual-screen display is selected, the screen size cannot be changed.
• The appearance of the original video may change if you select a screen size with a different aspect ratio than the original
image (e.g. TV broadcast or video input from external equipment).
• When an ordinary non-wide image (4:3) is viewed with the whole screen using the screen-size switching function of this
monitor, the edge of the image may be lost or appear distorted. If you wish to respect the creator’s intentions, set the screen
size to “NORMAL”.
• When playing commercial software, parts of the image (like subtitles) may be cropped. In this case select the optimal screen
size using the screen-size switching function of this monitor. With some software, there may be noise or distortion at the
edges of the screen. This is due to the characteristics of the software, and is not a malfunction.
• Depending on the original image size, black bands may remain at the edges of the screen.
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Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)
The launcher can be displayed to use WHITEBOARD mode
and configure settings.
Touch the launch button.
Using files
File Manager can be used to open a file in WHITEBOARD or
in a viewer.
nSupported formats
The monitor supports the file formats below.
launch button

Launcher
The launcher can be used to perform the actions and
configure the settings.
Touch the icon that you want to use.
File name
Format
WHITEBOARD files
(Pen software)
*.swsx, *.sws
PDF files
*.pdf
Microsoft Office files
(10)
PowerPoint files
*.pptx, *.ppt
Excel files
*.xlsx, *.xls
Word files
*.docx, *.doc
Multimedia files
Image files
*.png, *.jpg, *.jpeg, *.tiff, *.gif,
*.jpe, *.bmp
Video files
*.wmv, *.mpeg, *.mpg, *.avi,
*.asf, *.wm, *.mpa, *.mpe, *.m1v
Audio files
*.wma, *.wav, *.mp3, *.aif, *.aifc,
*.aiff, *.au, *.mid, *.midi, *.mp2
* In some cases it may not be possible to display the above files.
On the monitor, files can be opened from and saved to a USB
flash drive or Cloud Portal Office*.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5) (6) (7) (8)
(9)
(1) Whiteboard
Use Whiteboard mode of Pen Software.
For details, see the Pen Software Operation Manual.
* Cloud Portal Office is a cloud storage service that enables
easy sharing of information. To use this service, a separate
contract is required. This service cannot be used in some
regions. For details, consult your dealer.
(2) Open File
You can browse PDF and Microsoft Office files, view images, and
play audio/video.
(3) Remote Meeting
Use Touch Display Link to hold teleconferences.
For details, see the Touch Display Link Operation Manual.
(4) Attended Users
Use the host function of Touch Display Link.
For details, see the Touch Display Link Operation Manual.
(5) Touch Pen
Show touch pen information.
For details, see the Touch Pen Utility Operation Manual.
(6) Clear Data
Erase data that was used on the monitor. (See page 30.)
(7) Setting
Show the WHITEBOARD mode settings screen. (See page 31.)
(8) Eject USB Media
Appears when a USB flash drive is inserted.
Use when you want to remove the USB flash drive. (See page 13.)
(9) Close
Hide the launcher. You can also hide the launcher by touching a
part of the screen other than the launcher.
(10) Message display
When data is received or deleted, or when a USB flash drive is
removed, a message will appear.
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Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)
nFile Manager
Displayingafile
You can view PDF and Microsoft office files and play video
and audio files.
1.Touch[Openfile]inthelauncher.
2.Selectandopenafile.(Seethediscriptionontheleft.)
Storage selection area
1.Selectthelocationwherethefileissavedinthestorage
selection area.
• A list of the files in the selected location appears.
• ReceivedFile
You can open a file received from the network by Touch
Display Link.
Files received from the network are deleted when the
monitor power is turned off.
• CloudService
This can be used when “Cloud System” is set to “Cloud
Desk”. (See page 31.)
You can open a file in Cloud Portal Office.
The login screen appears. Enter the required information
and log in.
• USB Mem.
You can open a file in a USB flash drive.
If multiple USB flash drives are inserted and you want
to change the displayed file list to that of a different USB
flash drive, select the USB flash drive from the menu
under the USB flash drive icon.
2.Touchthefilethatyouwanttoopen.
• You can switch between Show Thumbnail and Show
Title.
3.Touch[Open].
TIPS
• A USB flash drive formatted to FAT32 or NTFS can be
used.
• Insert the USB flash drive directly into the USB port for the
WHITEBOARD.
• A USB flash drive that is encrypted or has a security
function cannot be used.
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n Viewer
The file will appear in the appropriate viewer for the file.
• WHITEBOARDfiles
Display on the WHITEBOARD.
For details, see the Pen Software Operation Manual.
• PDFfiles
Display in PDF viewer.
For details on the viewer menu, see page 29.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(1) Zoom out / Fit to Page / Zoom in
Zoom out.
Show the entire page.
Zoom in.
(2) Rotate counterclockwise / clockwise
Rotate the view 90° counterclockwise or clockwise.
(3) One page / Continuous Page
You can change how pages are shown.
• PowerPointfiles/Excelfiles/Wordfiles
Display in Microsoft Viewer.
For details on the viewer menu, see page 29.
Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)
• Video files/Audio files
View in Multimedia File Player.
The menu below appears while the file is being played.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(1) Play button
Plays a file.
(2) Stop button
Stops file playback.
(3) Rewind button
Rewinds the file being played.
(4) Fast Forward button
Fast-forwards the file being played.
(5) Mute / Volume ON button
Mutes the sound.
Touch again to return the sound to the original volume.
(6) Close button
Closes the viewer.
• Image files
Displays a file in the image viewer.
The menu below appears.
(1)
(2)
(1) Previous Image button / Next Image button
Shows the previous image / next image.
(2) Zoom out / Fit to Page / Zoom in
Zoom out.
Show the entire image.
Zoom in.
(3) Close
Closes the viewer.
(3)
n Viewer menu
When displaying a PDF file, PowerPoint file, Excel file, or
Word file, use the menu below.
(1)
(8) (1)Change menu orientation button
Switches between vertical display and
horizontal display of the menu.
(2)
(2)Previous page button
Return to previous page. (Only when a
(3)
PDF file or PowerPoint file is displayed)
(3)Next page button
Go to next page. (Only when a PDF file
(4)
or PowerPoint file is displayed)
(4)Pen button
You can write with a touch pen on the
(5)
screen.
By touching the icon again while the pen
is selected, you can change the pen
color. To draw semitransparent lines,
select the [To translucent] checkbox.
(5)Eraser button
You can erase the touch pen writing on
(6)
the screen.
(6)Viewer button
If data is also displayed on another
viewer, the display changes to the
touched viewer. (The icon of the viewer
that does not display data is grayed out.)
(7)Capture button
(7)
You can capture the screen and display
it on the WHITEBOARD.
(8)Close button
Closes the viewer.
(9)
(9)Move menu button
Reverses the position (left/right) of the
menu.
The button is displayed at the bottom
left or the bottom right of the screen.
TIPS
• Content written using the pen cannot be saved. The
capture button can used to capture the written content as
an image and save it using the WHITEBOARD.
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Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)
n Touch gestures
If your viewer supports touch gesture, the touch gestures below
can be used.
• PDF files
Action
Function
Single touch
Showing/hiding the file name and
number of pages.
Pinch in
Zoom out.
Pinch out
Zoom in.
Swipe up with two When a continuous page is displayed,
fingers
scroll upward.
Swipe down with
two fingers
When a continuous page is displayed,
scroll down.
Rotate
Rotating the page 90°.
• PowerPoint files
Action
Function
Single touch
Go to next page.
• Excel files
Action
Function
Pinch in
Zoom out.
Pinch out
Zoom in.
• Word files
Action
Function
Single touch
Showing the software keyboard icon.
Pinch in
Zoom out.
Pinch out
Zoom in.
• Multimedia files
Action
Function
Single touch
Playing/pausing a file.
• Image files
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Action
Function
Single touch
Showing/hiding the file name and
number of images.
Erasing data
After finishing a conference, erase the data so that it will not
be seen by the people who hold the next conference.
1. T
ouch [Clear Data] in the launcher.
A confirmation screen appears.
2. T
ouch [OK].
The data is erased or changed as follows:
• Places created or changed on the WHITEBOARD are
erased
• Data received by Touch Display Link are erased
• Logout from Cloud Portal Office is performed
• The connection with Touch Display Link is broken
• File Manager and the viewer are exited
Using the launcher (WHITEBOARD mode)
WHITEBOARD mode settings
Various settings can be configured for WHITEBOARD mode.
Administrator authority (the administrator password) is
required.
1. Touch [Setting] in the launcher.
You will be prompted to enter a password.
2. Enter the password and touch [OK].
Enter the password set in the Admin Password. (If a
password is not set, enter “00000”.)
The settings screen appears.
3. Select an item and configure the settings.
BASIC Setting
Animation Style
Set the animation that appears when the launcher
displayed.
None............. No animation.
Simple.......... Display an animation that rises up.
UX Effect...... Displays an animation that comes to your
hand.
Desktop Picture
Show desktop background
Set whether a background image is shown on the desktop.
Select the background image from the pull-down menu.
Auto refresh desktop background
When the checkmark is checked, the image on the
desktop changes in a random order.
Cloud System
Configure the Cloud System settings.
None...................Do not use Cloud System.
Cloud Desk.........Use Cloud Portal Office.
WHTEBOARD E-mail Settings
Register the SMTP and e-mail addresses to be used in
WHITEBOARD “Send Email”. E-mail cannot be sent to an
unregistered address.
NST-Lite Setup
Shows the Network Scanner Tool settings. For details,
see the Network Scanner Tool Operation Manual.
Admin Settings
Startup Settings
Auto start WHITEBOARD when startup
Sets whether or not the WHITEBOARD is started when
the monitor is started.
Touch Panel Setting
Hardware information
Displays the current touch mode of the touch panel.
(For service technicians.)
Calibration
Calibration is used to perform position alignment so
that the mouse cursor moves to the correct position
when the screen is touched.
Start Screen Adjust Tool
Displays the adjustment pattern used for screen
adjustment.
Touch Panel Tool Property
Select the touch mode of the touch panel.
Mouse Mode
. .. Touch information is output as mouse information.
Multi-Touch Mode
. .. Touch information is output as digitizer information.
For details of setting item, see the Touch Panel
Settings Tool Operation Manual.
MFP Settings
Printer Used
Sets the default printer driver that the WHITEBOARD
uses for printing.
Scan Folder
Sets the folder in which scan data sent to the monitor
is saved. If the checkmark is removed, the scan link
cannot be used.
USB flash drive Setup
Notify when USB flash drive is found
Sets whether or not an icon and notification message
appears on the screen when a USB flash drive is inserted.
Admin Password
Set the administrator password that is required to access
the settings screen.
Wi-Fi Settings
Sets the wireless LAN access point information (SSID,
password).
Clear Setting
Returns the BASIC Setting / Admin Settings to the factory
default settings.
System Settings
You can configure the settings related to system. (See page
70.)
4. Touch [Apply Settings].
• When “Finish settings and restart” appears, touch the
button and restart the monitor. After restart, the settings will
be applied.
Start TDL Host automatically
Sets whether or not the host function of Touch Display
Link is started when the monitor is started.
Show TDL Host and Wi-Fi AP information
Sets whether or not the Touch Display Link host
or wireless LAN access point connection status is
displayed.
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Menu Items
Displaying the menu screen
TIPS
Video and audio adjustment and settings of various functions
are enabled. This section describes how to use the menu
items. See pages 33 to 40 for details of each menu items.
Caution
• Do not turn the main power switch off while the menu items
are being displayed. Doing so may initialize the settings.
nExample of operation
MENU
SCREEN
SCREEN
PICTURE
AUDIO
SETUP
MONITOR
PIP/PbyP
OTHERS
OTHERS
to select PICTURE, and press
3. Press
or
to select CONTRAST.
PICTURE
AUDIO
SETUP
MONITOR
PIP/PbyP
OTHERS
or
AUDIO
SETUP
MONITOR
PIP/PbyP
OTHERS
For items that have
RETURN
then press
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MENU
BACK···[RETURN]
D-SUB1[RGB]
MOVE OSD···[DISPLAY]
1920x1080
V: 60 Hz
5. Press
H: 67.5 kHz
to adjust the setting.
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
BLACK LEVEL
TINT
COLORS
SHARPNESS
COLOR ADJUSTMENT
ADVANCED
RESET
, press
31
40
30
30
30
12
H: 67.5 kHz
ENTER
PICTURE
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
BLACK LEVEL
TINT
COLORS
SHARPNESS
COLOR ADJUSTMENT
ADVANCED
RESET
BACK···[RETURN]
, make settings and
to close the menu screen.
D-SUB1[RGB]
31
30
30
30
30
12
H: 67.5 kHz
BACK···[RETURN]
TIPS
• Items that cannot be selected appear in gray.
(e.g. Function not supported by the current input signal)
31
30
30
30
30
12
PICTURE
PICTURE
.
D-SUB1[RGB]
MOVE OSD···[DISPLAY]
1920x1080
V: 60 Hz
4. Press
ENTER
2
1 Name of the menu
2 Input mode
3 An item being selected (highlighted)
4 Screen resolution of input signal, and other data.
OK···[ENTER] BACK···[RETURN]
V: 60 Hz H: 67.5 kHz
BRIGHT
CONTRAST
BLACK LEVEL
TINT
COLORS
SHARPNESS
COLOR ADJUSTMENT
ADVANCED
RESET
3
MOVE OSD···[DISPLAY]
1920x1080
V: 60 Hz
RESOLUTION SETTING
RESET
PICTURE
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PIP/PbyP
or
SCREEN
MONITOR
600
25
610
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50
50
2. Press
SCREEN
AUDIO
SETUP
D-SUB1[RGB]
1920x1080
1
SCREEN
to display the menu screen.
AUTO
CLOCK
PHASE
H-POS
V-POS
H-SIZE
V-SIZE
nMenu screen display
PICTURE
(Adjusting CONTRAST in the PICTURE menu)
1. Press
• The menu will differ depending on the input mode.
• The menu screen will close automatically if no operation is
performed for about 15 seconds. (DATE/TIME SETTING,
SCHEDULE and LAN SETUP screens will close in about 4
minutes.)
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Menu Items
Menu item details
The menu will differ depending on the input mode.
nSCREEN
You can move the menu screen display position each time
DISPLAY
is pressed.
AUTO (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
The CLOCK, PHASE, H-POS, and V-POS are automatically adjusted.
ENTER
Pressing
performs adjustment. Use this automatic adjustment when you use the D-SUB1[RGB] or D-SUB2 to display a
computer screen for the first time or when you change the setting of the computer. (See page 43.)
CLOCK (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
Adjusts frequency for sampling clock for applicable video.
Adjust when there is flickering in the form of vertical stripes.
When using the adjustment pattern (see page 43.), make adjustments so that no vertical stripe noise appears in it.
PHASE (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
Adjusts sampling clock phase for applicable video. Useful when small characters appear with low contrast and/or there are
flickers at corners. When using the adjustment pattern (see page 43.), make adjustments so that no horizontal stripe noise
appears in it.
* Adjustments to PHASE should be made only after CLOCK has been correctly set.
H-POS
Adjust the horizontal position of the image.
V-POS
Adjust the vertical position of the image.
H-SIZE
Adjust the horizontal size of the image.
V-SIZE
Adjust the vertical size of the image.
RESOLUTION SETTING (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
H-RESOLUTION
Sets proper horizontal resolution when the resolution of input signals is not recognized properly.
(Adjustment may be impossible with some signals.)
V-RESOLUTION
Sets proper vertical resolution when the resolution of input signals is not recognized properly.
(Adjustment may be impossible with some signals.)
RESET
Resets the values of the SCREEN menu items to the factory preset values.
ENTER
Select “ON” and then press
.
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nPICTURE
You can move the menu screen display position each time
DISPLAY
is pressed.
BRIGHT
Adjusts the backlight brightness. (In PIP mode, the main side setting is reflected in the image.)
CONTRAST
Adjusts the difference between the bright and dark portions of the image.
BLACK LEVEL
Adjusts the entire brightness of the video signals.
TINT
Adjusts the hue. Selecting + changes the color towards green, and selecting - changes it towards magenta.
COLORS
Adjusts the color intensity.
SHARPNESS
Adjusts the sharpness of the image.
COLOR ADJUSTMENT
COLOR MODE
Changes the color mode on the screen. The color mode on the screen can also be changed using a remote control unit. (See
page 25.)
* sRGB is PC input only. See page 25 for details.
(In PIP mode, the main side setting is reflected in the image.)
WHITE BALANCE
THRU...............Displays the input signal level as is. (for PC input only)
PRESET...........Selects the color temperature using PRESET.
USER...............Used for adjusting R-/G-/B-CONTRAST and R-/G-/B-OFFSET respectively.
(In PIP mode, the main side setting is reflected in the image.)
PRESET
Selects the color temperature when the WHITE BALANCE is set to PRESET.
The setting values are shown for reference. The color temperature of the screen varies over time. This function is not
intended to keep the color temperature constant.
USER
Adjusts each item when the WHITE BALANCE is set to USER.
R-CONTRAST..... Adjusts bright-toned red component.
G-CONTRAST.... Adjusts bright-toned green component.
B-CONTRAST..... Adjusts bright-toned blue component.
R-OFFSET.......... Adjusts dark-toned red component.
G-OFFSET.......... Adjusts dark-toned green component.
B-OFFSET.......... Adjusts dark-toned blue component.
COPY TO USER
Copies the value of PRESET to the USER setting.
ENTER
Select “ON” and then press
.
(In the case other than white, color tone may differ from the PRESET.)
GAMMA
Selects the gamma. USER sets the gamma to the sent value (see page 62.).
(In PIP mode, the main side setting is reflected in the image.)
FLESH TONE (AV input)
Adjust the hue control.
When FLESH TONE is set to LOW or HIGH, C.M.S.-HUE/-SATURATION/-VALUE cannot be set.
C.M.S.-HUE (AV input)
Adjusts color tone with 6 colors of R (red), Y (yellow), G (green), C (cyan), B (blue), and M (magenta).
C.M.S.-SATURATION (AV input)
Adjusts color vividness with 6 colors of R (red), Y (yellow), G (green), C (cyan), B (blue), and M (magenta).
C.M.S.-VALUE (AV input)
Adjusts color brightness with 6 colors of R (red), Y (yellow), G (green), C (cyan), B (blue), and M (magenta).
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ADVANCED
AUTO (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
The ANALOG GAIN and ANALOG OFFSET are automatically adjusted.
ENTER
Pressing
performs adjustment.
ANALOG GAIN (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
Adjusts the bright portions of the video input signal.
ANALOG OFFSET (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
Adjusts the dark portions of the video input signal.
3D-NR (AV input)
Reduce the noise of playback images on video.
Setting a higher level reduces more noise. However, it may cause blurring on an image.
MPEG-NR (AV input)
Reduce block noise caused by digital compression.
3D-Y/C (D-SUB1[VIDEO])
Specify whether to perform 3-dimension Y/C separation.
If dot interference or cross-color is occurring in fast-motion scenes, selecting “OFF” may improve the image quality.
RGB INPUT RANGE (HDMI[PC]/HDMI[AV]/D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/DisplayPort/WHITEBOARD)
Sets the RGB input signal range. When using HDMI or DisplayPort set to AUTO, the RGB input signal range is detected
automatically. Use AUTO normally.
If the RGB input signal range cannot be set appropriately even when using AUTO, set according to the image. When the
setting is different, images will be displayed with washed out blacks and compressed gradients.
ACTIVE CONTRAST (AV input)
Automatically adjusts the contrast according to the image.
(In PIP mode, the main side setting is reflected in the image.)
The adjustment operation may not be smooth depending on the image. In this case select OFF.
DISPLAY COLOR PATTERN
Displays a color pattern. Can be displayed while the menu screen is displayed, so you can refer to the pattern while adjusting
the image.
OFF................No pattern display.
WHITE............White single color pattern display.
RED...............Red single color pattern display.
GREEN..........Green single color pattern display.
BLUE..............Blue single color pattern display.
USER.............Red/green/blue mixed color pattern display. When USER is selected, set each color’s level.
RESET
Resets the values of the PICTURE menu items to the factory preset values.
ENTER
Select “ON” and then press
.
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nAUDIO
TREBLE
Adjusts the volume of treble-level sound.
BASS
Adjusts the volume of bass-level sound.
BALANCE
Adjusts the balance of the audio sound between right and left.
RESET
Resets the values of the AUDIO menu items to the factory preset values.
ENTER
.
Select “ON” and then press
nSETUP
DATE/TIME SETTING
to select the date and time, and press
or
or
Set the date and time. Press
Set the date in “Month/Day/Year” order.
Set the time on a 12-hour basis. (Factory default)
DATE/TIME FORMAT
Sets the date/time display format.
DATE...................MM/DD/YYYY, DD/MM/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD
(YYYY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day)
TIME....................Select 12- or 24-hour time.
SCHEDULE (See page 42.)
You can turn the power on/off and change the screen brightness at a specified time.
LANGUAGE
Sets the display language for the menu screen.
INPUT SELECT
to change the numerical values.
HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3
Select the input mode to be used in HDMI1, HDMI2 and HDMI3 input terminals.
D-SUB1
ENTER
Select the input mode to be used in D-Sub1 input terminal. Select SET after selecting the input mode, and then press
.
HDMI AUTO VIEW
When ON is selected, the screen size is adjusted automatically according to the screen size control signal included in the
video signal input from the AV HDMI input terminal.
HOT PLUG CONTROL
Sets whether to use hot plug control for the HDMI1, HDMI2, and HDMI3 input terminals.
INPUT MODE NAME
For each terminal, you can change the input mode name that is displayed during input mode selection and display.
AUDIO SELECT
Selects the terminal used to input audio signals in each input mode.
AUDIO OPTION
SPEAKER SELECT
Selects the speaker to be used.
AUDIO OUTPUT
Sets the volume of sound output from the audio output terminals.
When set to VARIABLE 2, sound will not be output from the built-in speaker or the external speaker terminal.
VARIABLE1......... You can adjust the volume using VOLUME.
VARIABLE2......... You can adjust the volume using VOLUME.
FIXED................. Fixes the sounds.
AUDIO INPUT LEVEL 1/2
Selects the maximum audio input level of the audio input 1, 2 terminals.
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TOUCH INPUT SELECT
These settings enable use of the touch panel according to input mode selection.
BOTTOM USB
Sets which input mode the touch panel connected to the USB 1 port is used in. Select the terminal into which the video
signal of the computer connected to the USB 1 port will be input.
When BOTTOM INPUT TERM. is selected and the input mode is DisplayPort, HDMI1, or D-SUB1, the touch panel can be
used with the computer connected to the USB 1 port.
When “-“ is selected, the touch panel cannot be used.
SIDE USB
Sets which input mode the touch panel connected to the USB 2 port is used in. Select the terminal into which the video
signal of the computer connected to the USB 2 port will be input.
When SIDE INPUT TERM. is selected and the input mode is HDMI2, HDMI3, or D-SUB2, the touch panel can be used with
the computer connected to the USB 2 port.
When “-“ is selected, the touch panel cannot be used.
START INPUT MODE
You can set the input mode that will be in effect when the power is turned on.
WHITEBOARD...............When the power is turned on, WHITEBOARD appears.
LAST INPUT MODE.......The input mode when the power was last turned off appears.
* If NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL. is set to ON and there is no input signal in the previously used input mode, startup will
take place in an input mode that has an input signal, even when LAST INPUT MODE is set.
If there are no input signals in any of the input modes to perform auto input change, startup takes place in WHITEBOARD
mode.
LAN SETUP
Configures the settings to control the monitor from the computer via LAN. (See page 45.)
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nMONITOR
OSD H-POSITION
Adjusts the horizontal display position of menu screen.
OSD V-POSITION
Adjusts the vertical display position of menu screen.
STANDBY MODE
When STANDARD is selected, startup time from standby mode is reduced. Note, however that, more power will be consumed
in standby mode.
When LOW POWER is selected, current consumption is reduced while the monitor is in standby mode. Note, however, that the
startup time from standby mode becomes longer.
When LOW POWER is set, LAN control is not possible in standby mode.
OFF IF NO OPERATION
Determines whether or not to set the monitor to go into standby mode when there is no operation from the remote control unit,
or LAN for over 4 hours.
When there is unsaved data on the WHITEBOARD, a data save message will appear about once a minute starting about 5
minutes prior to power off. Save data you need. When the power turns off, the data will be lost.
POWER ON DELAY
If SET is set to ON, you can delay the screen display after the monitor is turned on. When ON is selected, set the delay time
with INTERVAL (interval can be set up to 60 seconds in units of 1 second).
When this function is activated, the power LED flashes (at approx. 0.5 second interval) in green.
SELF ADJUST
On a D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2 screen, specify whether to perform screen adjustment automatically or not.
When ON is selected, the screen is automatically adjusted when its resolution is 800 x 600 or higher and the timing of input
signals changes. “ADJUSTING” appears on the screen during the adjustment.
If SELF ADJUST is set to ON, set the time it takes to start the SELF ADJUST function in START TIMING.
For images with black edges, etc., depending on the signal, adjustment may not be possible. In this case select OFF. (Perform
manual adjustment of the screen.)
TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID DISP.
TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID ICON
Sets whether the TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID icon is displayed when touch action is disabled.
CHANGE DISPLAY POSITION
Sets the display position of the TOUCH OUTPUT INVALID icon.
TOUCH OPERATION MODE
Select the touch mode.
AUTO............................... Automatically switches between MOUSE MODE and MULTI-TOUCH MODE.
MOUSE MODE................ Touch information is output as mouse information.
MULTI-TOUCH MODE.... Touch information is output as digitizer information.
* If Touch Panel Settings Tool is installed on your computer, set with the Touch Panel Settings Tool.
* The touch panel must be connected in order to configure this setting.
TOUCH PANEL MODE (PC input)
When the resolution is 1920 x 1080, setting this to ON improves touch panel tracking.
When two screens are displayed, or when V-POS or V-SIZE is adjusted on the SCREEN menu, the screen may become
distorted. In this event, set to OFF.
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PIP MODES
Sets the display method.
OFF............Displays one screen.
PIP..............Displays a sub screen inside a main screen.
PbyP...........Displays a main screen and a sub screen in a line.
PbyP2.........Displays a main screen which measures 1280 pixels in the longest direction and a sub screen in a line.
PIP SIZE
Sets the size of the sub screen in PIP mode.
PIP H-POS
Adjusts the horizontal position of the sub screen in PIP mode.
PIP V-POS
Adjusts the vertical position of the sub screen in PIP mode.
PIP BLEND
In PIP mode, use this menu item to display the sub screen transparently.
PIP SOURCE
Selects the input signal of the sub screen in PIP, PbyP, or PbyP2 mode.
SOUND CHANGE
Sets the sound which is output in PIP, PbyP, or PbyP2 mode.
If the main screen is displayed as a full screen by the AUTO OFF function, the sound for the main screen is output even when
the sound for the sub screen is specified.
MAIN POS
Sets the position of the main screen in PbyP or PbyP2 mode.
PbyP2 POS
Sets the position of the sub screen in PbyP2 mode.
AUTO OFF
Sets the display method when no signals for the sub screen are input in PIP, PbyP, or PbyP2 mode.
MANUAL.....Displays a main screen and a black sub screen.
AUTO..........Displays the main screen as a full screen.
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nOTHERS
SCREEN MOTION
PATTERN
Residual images are reduced by moving the screen.
OFF..................SCREEN MOTION function is disabled.
PATTERN1.......The whole screen moves vertically and horizontally.
PATTERN2.......A black screen spreads from the bottom of the screen and then shrinks to the bottom of the screen.
PATTERN3.......A black bar moves from the left end to the right end of the screen.
PATTERN4.......Black screens appear from both the top and bottom of the screen, and the displayed image is compressed
into the central field.
PATTERN1
PATTERN2
PATTERN3
PATTERN4
MOTION TIME 1
Specify a time period (operating interval) until SCREEN MOTION starts.
MOTION TIME 2
Specify a time period during which SCREEN MOTION operates (time period during which the screen will move).
POWER MANAGEMENT
POWER MANAGEMENT determines whether or not to switch modes from no signal to the input signal standby mode.
CONNECT AUTO INPUT SELECT
Sets whether the input into the input terminal automatically changes when a video signal is input into that terminal.
(With some input signals, the input may not change.)
NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL.
Specify whether to change inputs automatically. When ON is selected and no signal is present in the selected input mode, the
monitor automatically changes the selected mode to another mode where a video signal is present.
When there are video signals in multiple input modes, switching takes place according to the order of priority set in AUTO
INPUT SELECT PRIORITY.
AUTO INPUT SELECT PRIORITY
Sets the order of input terminal priority for NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL..
Input does not change automatically for terminals without a priority setting.
LOGO SCREEN
Sets whether or not to display the logo screen.
INPUT SIGNAL (D-SUB1[RGB]/D-SUB2/WHITEBOARD)
If the resolution of the computer is one of the following, make a selection from the following options.
480 LINES...........AUTO, 640x480 or 848x480
768 LINES...........AUTO, 1024x768, 1280x768, or 1360x768
1050 LINES.........1400x1050 or 1680x1050
ZOOM2 SPECIAL SETTING (See page 41.)
SCAN MODE (AV input)
Sets the scan mode used for AV mode input.
MODE1................Over-scan display
MODE2................Under-scan display
MODE3................Under-scan display when the input signal is 1080i/p. Otherwise, over-scan display
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ven when MODE1 is selected, under-scan display is used when the input signal is 1080i/p and the screen size is Dot by Dot.
COLOR SYSTEM (D-SUB1[VIDEO])
Select the color system of the AV equipment which is connected to D-sub1 input terminal. (AUTO / PAL / PAL-60 / SECAM /
NTSC3.58 / NTSC4.43)
When AUTO is selected, the color system is automatically set according to the input signal.
TIPS
• When WHITE BALANCE is set to THRU, BLACK LEVEL, CONTRAST, TINT, COLORS, RGB INPUT RANGE, GAMMA and
COPY TO USER cannot be set.
• If COLOR MODE is set to sRGB, the following items cannot be set.
WHITE BALANCE, PRESET, USER, COPY TO USER, and GAMMA
• When the COLOR MODE is set to VIVID or HIGH ILLUMINANCE, GAMMA can not be adjusted.
• STANDBY MODE cannot be set to LOW POWER when SCHEDULE is effective.
• When displaying the color pattern, it is possible to adjust certain items of the PICTURE menu.
Non-adjustable items cannot be selected.
Audio input from the HDMI input terminal is also not output.
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Menu Items
nDual screen display
You can display two screens simultaneously.
Set this function with “PIP MODES” in the PIP/PbyP menu.
PIP
A sub screen is displayed
inside a main screen.
Main screen
Sub
screen
PbyP
Main
screen
Sub
screen
PbyP2
Main screen
Sub
screen
A main screen and a sub
screen are displayed in a
line.
Displays a main screen
which measures 1280
pixels in the longest
direction and a sub
screen in a line.
nZOOM2 SPECIAL SETTING
If you connect a laptop computer with any of the following
screen resolutions and black bands appear around the screen,
set ZOOM2 SPECIAL SETTING of INPUT SIGNAL on the
OTHERS menu to ON and then select ZOOM2 in the SIZE
setting.
This displays the area inside the black band.
Laptop computer
resolution
Corresponding signal*1
1280x800
1280x1024, 1280x960, 1400x1050*2
1280x600
1280x720
1024x600
1024x768
*1: This setting is effective only when the screen resolution,
including the black band, is one of the resolutions listed
above.
*2: U
se the automatic screen adjustment.
* The currently selected input signal is displayed on the main
screen.
* The following combinations are available for display:
WHITEBOARD - DisplayPort
WHITEBOARD - HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3
DisplayPort - D-SUB1, D-SUB2
HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3 - D-SUB1, D-SUB2
TIPS
• You might infringe on a copyright of the author which is
protected by copyright law when you display the images of
the computer screen and television/VCR simultaneously for
profit-making or to show the image to the public.
• The screen size for dual-screen display is the same as
the screen size for single-screen display. The Dot by Dot
screen is displayed in NORMAL size except when it is set
as the PIP main screen.
• When dual-screen display is selected, the SCREEN
MOTION function is disabled.
• When dual-screen display is selected, the CONNECT
AUTO INPUT SELECT function and NO SIGNAL AUTO
INPUT SEL. function are disabled.
• When dual-screen display is selected, the INPUT SELECT
options cannot be set.
• When dual-screen display is selected, the AUDIO menu
cannot be set.
• When an interlaced signal (1080i, 480i, video) is input to
the sub screen, horizontal lines may flicker. If this happens,
display the image on the main screen.
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Menu Items
nSCHEDULE
Caution
You can set the time to switch the monitor on and off.
Set this function with “SCHEDULE” in the SETUP menu. (See
page 36.)
D-SUB1[RGB]
SCHEDULE
(2)
No. (1) POWER
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
– –/– –/– – – –
(3)
–––
DAY OF THE WEEK
–
–– - ––
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1920x1080
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
-
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
– –:– –:– – – –
(4)
TIME
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
––:––
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(5)
INPUT
––
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––
––
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––
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––
(6)
BRIGHT
––
––
––
––
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––
TIPS
OK···[ENTER] CANCEL···[RETURN]
V: 60 Hz H: 67.5 kHz
1. Press
or
to select the SCHEDULE number, and
press
.
2. Set the SCHEDULE. (See the description below.)
or
to select items, and press
Press
change the setting.
or
to
ENTER
3. Press
.
SCHEDULE becomes effective.
(1)
●: SCHEDULE effective
-: SCHEDULE not effective
(2) POWER
ON : Switches the monitor on at the specified time.
OFF: Switches the monitor off at the specified time and puts
the monitor in standby mode.
(3) DAY OF THE WEEK
Specifies the day of the week to execute the SCHEDULE.
0:ONLY ONCE
Executes the SCHEDULE once on the specified day.
Specify the day of the week to execute the SCHEDULE.
1:EVERY WEEK
Executes the SCHEDULE on the specified day of the week
every week. Specify the day of the week to execute the
SCHEDULE.
Periodic setting such as “Monday through Friday” is also
possible.
2:EVERY DAY
Executes the SCHEDULE every day regardless of the day
of the week.
(4) TIME
Specifies the time to execute the SCHEDULE.
Set the time on a 12-hour basis. (Factory default)
Can be entered as 24-hour time using the TIME setting in
DATE/TIME FORMAT.
(5) INPUT
Specifies the input mode at power-on. If you don’t specify
this the input active at the last power-off will appear. Input
modes displayed on HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3 and D-SUB1
will depend upon the INPUT SELECT settings.
(6) BRIGHT
Sets the brightness when changing the screen brightness at
a specified time.
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• Do not switch off the main power after setting the
SCHEDULE.
• Specify the correct date and time. (See page 36.)
SCHEDULE does not function unless the date and time are
specified.
• Check regularly that the set date and time are correct.
• When STANDBY MODE is LOW POWER, SCHEDULE
cannot be set.
• When a temperature abnormality occurs and the backlight
brightness is reduced, the brightness is not changed even
if a schedule set to BRIGHT is executed.
• Up to 8 SCHEDULE items can be registered.
• Setting the SCHEDULE flashes the power LED alternately
in red and orange in standby mode.
• A SCHEDULE that has a large number has precedence
over that of a small number when schedules overlap.
• When START INPUT MODE is set to WHITEBOARD,
the screen that appears when the power on schedule
is executed is WHITEBOARD regardless of the INPUT
setting.
• When executing a power off schedule, if there is unsaved
data on the WHITEBOARD, a data save message will
appear about once a minute starting about 5 minutes prior
to power off. Save data you need. When the power turns
off, the data will be lost.
Menu Items
Adjustments for PC screen display
nAutomatic adjustment
When you use D-SUB1 or D-SUB2 to display a computer
screen for the first time, or when you change the setting of the
computer, use the automatic screen adjustment.
1. Switch the input to D-SUB1 or to D-SUB2 and display
the adjustment pattern. (See the description below.)
MENU
2. Press
and use
or
to display the SCREEN
menu.
3. Press
ENTER
and select “AUTO”.
ENTER
.
4. Press
The automatic adjustment is complete in several seconds.
5. Press MENU to close the menu screen.
TIPS
• If the screen cannot be adjusted properly with one
automatic adjustment, repeat the automatic adjustment two
or three times. Try manual adjustment if necessary.
nScreen display for adjustment
Before making adjustments in the SCREEN menu or
PICTURE menu, display an image to brighten the entire
screen. If you are using a Windows PC, use the adjustment
pattern on the supplied CD-ROM.
Opening the adjustment pattern
The following example is performed in Windows 7.
1. Load the supplied CD-ROM into the computer’s CDROM drive.
2. Open [CD Drive] in [Computer].
3. Double-click [Adj_uty.exe] in the [Monitor] folder.
The adjustment pattern will appear.
Adjust the screen automatically or manually.
4. When adjustment is finished, press the [Esc] on the
computer’s keyboard to quit the adjustment program.
5. Eject the CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive.
TIPS
• If the display mode on the computer you are using is
65,000 colors, the color levels in the color pattern may
appear differently or grayscale may appear to be colored.
(This is due to the specifications of the input signal and is
not a malfunction.)
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Initialization (Reset)/Functional Restriction Setting (FUNCTION)
You can return the settings to their factory-preset values and
restrict operations.
SIZE
down until “F” appears in the upper left
1. Hold
corner of the screen.
,
,
,
in that
2. While “F” appears, press
order.
▲
▲
OFF
▲
UNLOCKED
ON 1
ON
LED
OFF
▲▲▲▲▲
ALL RESET
ADJUSTMENT LOCK
ADJUSTMENT LOCK TARGET
LAN
OSD DISPLAY
LED
TEMPERATURE ALERT
STATUS ALERT
WHITEBOARD SETTINGS
▲▲▲▲▲
FUNCTION
OK…[ENTER] END…[RETURN]
3. Select and set the items.
ALL RESET
Resets the settings to the factory default settings.
ENTER
Press
, select the resetting method, and then press
ENTER
.
ALL RESET1����Resets all the settings to the factory
default settings.
ALL RESET2����Returns all settings to the factory default
settings except for the following items:
LAN SETUP, NETWORK, MAIL,
SERVICE & SUPPORT, and SNMP (See
page 37, and pages 49 to 52.)
ADJUSTMENT LOCK
You can disable operations on the monitor and the
remote control unit that use buttons.
OFF���Enables operation.
ON 1��Disables all operations other than turning power
on/off and FUNCTION.
ON 2��Only the FUNCTION operation is enabled.
Disables all operations other than FUNCTION (not
even power on/off).
When STANDBY MODE is set to LOW POWER,
ON 2 cannot be set.
ADJUSTMENT LOCK TARGET
Sets the target to prohibit operation of with
ADJUSTMENT LOCK.
REMOTE CONTROL����� Prohibits remote control
operation
MONITOR BUTTONS��� Prohibits monitor button
operation
BOTH����������������������������� Prohibits remote control and
monitor button operation
LAN
Specifies whether to allow control via LAN (see page
45.).
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OSD DISPLAY
Shows/hides the menu, modes and messages.
The FUNCTION screen cannot be hidden.
ON 1�������������� Shows all menus, modes and messages.
ON 2�������������� Hides messages automatically displayed
by the display. Shows messages during
operation.
OFF��������������� Hides all menus, modes and messages.
LED
Specifies whether to light the power LED.
TEMPERATURE ALERT
Selects the notification method for an abnormal
temperature.
OFF�������������� Do not notify about an abnormal
temperature.
OSD & LED�� When an abnormal temperature is
detected, the power LED flashes in red
and green alternately and the screen
displays a message: TEMPERATURE.
LED�������������� When an abnormal temperature is
detected, the power LED flashes in red
and green alternately.
STATUS ALERT
Selects the notification method for a hardware error.
OFF�������������� Do not notify about the error.
OSD & LED�� When a hardware error is detected, the
power LED flashes in red and the screen
displays a message: STATUS [xxxx].
LED�������������� When a hardware error is detected, the
power LED flashes in red.
WHITEBOARD SETTINGS
WHITEBOARD
Normally, leave this setting as ON.
When using an optional part, if instruction appears,
change the setting accordingly.
When set to ON, POWER BUTTON and EXTERNAL
CONTROLLER INPUT cannot be set.
POWER BUTTON
Normally, you do not need to change this setting.
When using an optional part, if instruction appears,
change the setting accordingly.
EXTERNAL CONTROLLER INPUT
Normally, you do not need to change this setting.
When using an optional part, if instruction appears,
change the setting accordingly.
4. Press
RETURN
to return to the normal screen.
TIPS
• When both abnormal temperature and hardware error are
detected, the hardware error notification overrides.
• If TEMPERATURE ALERT or STATUS ALERT is set to
OSD&LED, alert messages will appear even if the OSD
DISPLAY is set to ON 2 or OFF.
• If TEMPERATURE ALERT or STATUS ALERT is set to LED
or OSD & LED, the LED lights even if the LED function is
set to OFF.
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
Your monitor can be connected to a LAN allowing you to
control it from a PC on the LAN.
You can also configure the monitor to send e-mail notification
when it has a problem.
The connection requires a commercially available LAN cable
(UTP cable, Category 5, straight through).
Network (LAN)
Settings to connect to a LAN
Set the monitor’s IP address and subnet mask to match the
settings of your LAN.
These settings can be made on either the monitor or a PC
connected to the monitor.
The settings depend on the configuration of your LAN. Ask
your LAN administrator for details.
■ To set on the monitor
Set the LAN SETUP on the SETUP menu. (See page 37.)
ENTER
After setting each item, select SET and press
.
LAN terminal
Hub
LAN cable (commercially available, straight)
TIPS
• You must assign an IP address to the monitor by following
the procedures in “Settings to connect to a LAN”. (See the
description on the right.)
• Your PC must be installed with Internet Explorer (version 7.0
or later).
- Version 7, 8, or 9 of Internet Explorer is recommended.
- Use Internet Explorer Version 10 in compatibility mode.
• When STANDBY MODE is set to LOW POWER, control is
not possible in standby mode.
Initializing personal information
• Personal information such as e-mail addresses can be
registered in the monitor. Before transferring or disposing of
the monitor, initialize all settings by selecting ALL RESET
1. (See page 44.) Note that ALL RESET 2 will not initialize
e-mail addresses and other settings.
DHCP CLIENT
If your LAN has a DHCP server and you wish to obtain an
address automatically, change this setting to ON.
To set the address manually, set this to OFF.
IP ADDRESS
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify an IP address.
Press
or
to select items, and press
or
to
change the values.
SUBNET MASK
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify the subnet mask.
Press
or
to select items, and press
or
to
change the values.
DEFAULT GATEWAY
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify the default
gateway.
If you are not using a gateway, specify “0.0.0.0”.
Press
or
to select items, and press
or
to
change the values.
RESET
Resets the values of the LAN settings to the factory preset
values.
ENTER
Select ON and then press
.
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Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
■ To set from a PC
When the monitor is connected to a PC, LAN settings can be
configured via PC.
Set up process
(1) Connect your monitor to a PC
(2) Specify the PC’s IP address
(3) Configure the monitor’s LAN settings
7. Temporarily change the IP address and subnet mask.
To access the monitor as it is shipped from the factory, set
as follows.
• IP Address: 192.168.150.1
• Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
• Default Gateway: (leave blank)
(1) Connecting your monitor to a PC
Connect a commercially available crossover LAN cable
(UPT cable, Category 5) to the LAN port on the PC and this
monitor.
8. Click [OK] and then reboot the PC.
LAN terminal
TIPS
PC
To LAN terminal
LAN cable
(commercially available, crossover)
(2) Specifying the PC’s IP address
To configure the monitor’s LAN settings, you must temporarily
change the settings on the PC.
This explanation is based on Windows 7.
1. Log on to the PC with an administrator account.
2. Click [Start], and then click “Control Panel”.
3. Click “View network status and tasks” in “Network and
Internet”.
In “Classic View”, click “Network and Sharing Center”.
4. Click “Local Area Connection” and then “Properties”.
5. Click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and then
“Properties”.
6. Make a note of the current IP address, subnet mask, and
default gateway settings.
Make sure you write this information now as you will
be changing the IP address, subnet mask, and default
gateway settings back to these settings afterwards.
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• This monitor is factory preset as shown below.
(When DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF)
IP Address
: 192.168.150.2
Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 0.0.0.0
(3) Configuring the monitor’s LAN settings
Access the monitor using Internet Explorer.
Controlling the monitor
1. Turn the power ON to the monitor.
2. Set DHCP CLIENT to OFF in LAN SETUP on the SETUP
menu.
PC operation
3. Launch Internet Explorer, in the “Address” box type
“http://192.168.150.2/” and press the Enter key.
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
4. Click on “LAN SETUP” under NETWORK.
Controlling with a PC
TIPS
• For security, set a USER NAME and PASSWORD.
■ Basic operation
You use Internet Explorer on a PC on the LAN to control the
monitor.
1. Launch Internet Explorer on the PC.
2. In the “Address” box, type “http://” followed by your monitor’s
IP address followed by “/”, then press the Enter key.
You can confirm the IP address with the DISPLAY function.
5. Specify the “DHCP CLIENT”, “IP ADDRESS”,etc.
DHCP CLIENT
If your LAN has a DHCP server and you wish to obtain an
address automatically, change this setting to “ON”.
To set the address manually, set this to “OFF”.
IP ADDRESS
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to “OFF”, specify an IP address.
SUBNET MASK
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to “OFF”, specify the subnet mask.
DEFAULT GATEWAY
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to “OFF”, specify the default gateway.
If you are not using a default gateway, specify “0.0.0.0”.
6. When the setting is changed, click [Apply].
7. Check the message and click [OK].
8. Exit Internet Explorer.
9. Restore the PC’s IP address jotted in Step 6, “(2)
Specifying the PC’s IP address”.
10.Connect the monitor and the PC to the LAN.
When prompted to enter a user name and password, type
the user name and password that you specified in the
security settings (see page 49.), and click [OK].
3. You can check, control, and change the monitor’s status
and settings by clicking the menu items on the left side of
the screen.
• If you see an [Apply] button next to a setting, click it after
you change that setting.
TIPS
• See pages 48 to 52 for details on each setting.
• If you click [Refresh] before the screen finishes updating
the current display, the “Server Busy Error” will appear.
Wait for a moment before operating your monitor again.
• You cannot operate the monitor while it is warming up.
DISPLAY
• If “DHCP CLIENT” is set to “ON”, press
on the
remote control unit two times and then check the monitor’s
IP address.
TIPS
• Wait 10 seconds after clicking [OK] before proceeding.
• When operating using the remote control unit or similar,
click [Refresh].
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■ INFORMATION
Information about this monitor appears.
■ ADJUSTMENT
You can adjust these settings which are also available on the
monitor’s menu.
• SCREEN (See page 33.)
• PICTURE (See pages 34 to 35.)
• AUDIO (See page 36.)
• SETUP (See pages 36 to 37.)
• MONITOR (See page 38.)
• SCHEDULE (See page 42.)
• PIP/PbyP (See page 39.)
• OTHERS (See page 40.)
• FUNCTION (See page 44.)
■ CONTROL
You can control the operations corresponding to the buttons
POWER INPUT SIZE
(
) on the remote control unit. (See page 25.)
TIPS
• After changing DISPLAY COLOR PATTERN to OFF in
PICTURE menu, click [Refresh] to correctly retrieve the
status of the monitor.
TIPS
• In standby mode and whiteboard standby mode, the only
operation that can be performed is Power ON.
• When MONITOR POWER is set to OFF, the monitor enters
standby mode.
• Save any data you need in advance. The power will turn off
even if there is unsaved data. (The data will be lost.)
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Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
■ NETWORK (LAN SETUP)
This screen allows you to set the settings necessary when the
monitor is connected to a LAN.
DHCP CLIENT
If your LAN has a DHCP server and you wish to obtain an
address automatically, change this setting to ON.
To set the address manually, set this to OFF.
IP ADDRESS
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify an IP address.
SUBNET MASK
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify the subnet mask.
DEFAULT GATEWAY
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to OFF, specify the default
gateway.
If you are not using a default gateway, specify “0.0.0.0”.
DNS SERVER ADDRESS AUTO ACQUISITION
If the DHCP CLIENT is set to ON, specify whether or not to
automatically obtain the DNS server address.
DNS SERVER
Specify the DNS server address if the DHCP CLIENT
is set to OFF or the DNS SERVER ADDRESS AUTO
ACQUISITION is set to OFF.
If you are not using a DNS server, specify “0.0.0.0”.
RESET
Clicking [Execute] returns all of the LAN SETUP settings
to the factory-preset values except for the DNS SERVER
ADDRESS AUTO ACQUISITION and DNS SERVER
settings.
■ NETWORK (SECURITY)
This screen allows you to specify the security-related settings.
USER NAME / PASSWORD
Sets up a user name and password to restrict access to this
monitor.
After entering a user name and password, click [Apply].
ACCEPT IP ADDRESS
You can limit access to this monitor by registering IP
addresses of PCs that should have access.
To limit access, specify the option “From only specific IP
addresses”. Otherwise, to allow access from any PC, specify
“All IP Addresses”.
IP ADDRESS 1 to 3
If “ACCEPT IP ADDRESS” is set to “From only specific IP
addresses”, enter the IP addresses that you want to allow.
TIPS
• The USER NAME and PASSWORD can be up to 8
alphanumeric characters (hyphens and underscores
allowed).
• To cancel the user name and/or password after it has been
set, make the box empty and click [Apply].
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■ NETWORK (GENERAL)
This screen allows you to specify the general LAN settings.
MONITOR NAME
Specify a name for this monitor as it should appear on the
Internet Explorer screen.
AUTO LOGOUT TIME
Specify the time (in minutes) to elapse before automatically
disconnecting this monitor from the network.
Specify in minutes from 1 to 65535. A value of ‘0’ will disable
this function.
DATA PORT
Specify the TCP port number to use for exchanging data with
the monitor.
Specify a value from 1025 to 65535.
SEARCH PORT
Specify the port number to use when searching for this
monitor.
Specify a value from 1025 to 65535.
INSTALLATION INFORMATION (NAME/LOCATION)
Specify the information to display for this monitor in the
Internet Explorer window.
LINK MODE
Selects the link speed and duplex.
Use AUTO normally.
TIPS
• The MONITOR NAME can be up to 16 alphanumeric
characters or symbols.
• Enter up to 50 characters in the NAME field in the
INSTALLATION INFORMATION.
• Enter up to 100 characters in the LOCATION field in the
INSTALLATION INFORMATION.
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■ MAIL (ORIGINATOR)
This screen allows you to configure the e-mail sent periodically
or when the monitor has an error.
The settings depend on the configuration of your LAN. Ask
your LAN administrator for details.
SMTP SERVER
Specify the SMTP server address for sending e-mail.
* When using a domain name, make sure to specify the
DNS server as well. (See page 49.)
SMTP PORT
If the “AUTHENTICATION” is “SMTP-AUTH”, specify the port
number.
ORIGINATOR E-MAIL ADDRESS
Specify the e-mail address for this monitor.
This address becomes the e-mail address of the originator.
ORIGINATOR NAME
Specify the name for the originator.
This name appears in the “Originator Name” field of the
e-mail.
AUTHENTICATION
Specify the authentication method to use when sending
e-mail.
POP SERVER
If the “AUTHENTICATION” method is “POP before SMTP”,
specify the POP server address.
ACCOUNT NAME / PASSWORD
If the “AUTHENTICATION” is “POP before SMTP” or
“SMTP-AUTH”, specify the account name and password to
connect to the SMTP server.
TIPS
• You can enter up to 64 alphanumeric characters or symbols
for the ORIGINATOR E-MAIL ADDRESS, ORIGINATOR
NAME, ACCOUNT NAME, and PASSWORD.
• The SMTP SERVER and POP SERVER can be up to 64
characters.
The following characters can be used: a-z, A-Z, 0-9, - , .
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
■ MAIL (RECIPIENT)
This screen allows you to specify the recipients of the e-mail
sent periodically or when the monitor has an error.
RECIPIENT E-MAIL ADDRESSES
Specify the e-mail addresses to send error notification e-mail
to.
CONDITION
Specify the conditions to send mails.
When you check PERIODICAL, specify the date and time to
send the mails in the PERIODICAL setting.
CONFIRMATION
Sends test e-mail.
This allows you to confirm that the e-mail settings are
configured properly.
Attach the log file to a TEMPERATURE/HARDWARE error
e-mail.
When this option is checked, a log is added to the mail which
notifies a temperature or status error.
■ MAIL (PERIODICAL)
When PERIODICAL for CONDITION of MAIL (RECIPIENT) is
checked, set the date and time to send the mail.
DAY OF THE WEEK
Specify the day of the week to send the periodical mails.
TIME
Specify the time of the day to send the periodical mails.
Caution
• Do not turn off the main power when you set to send the
periodical mails.
• Specify the correct date and time. (See page 36.)
If the date and time settings are incorrect, the periodical
mail is not sent properly.
• Regularly confirm that the specified date and time is
correct.
• When LOW POWER is selected for STANDBY MODE,
periodical mails will not be sent in standby mode.
TIPS
• The RECIPIENT E-MAIL ADDRESSES can be up to 64
alphanumeric characters or symbols.
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Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
■ SNMP
You can configure settings related to SNMP.
Caution
• After you set SNMP, click [Switch the main power of monitor
off and on now.] or turn off the monitor and then turn it on
again with the main power switch. Before switching off the
main power switch, always put the monitor in the Power off
(Standby mode) state.
When the monitor restarts, wait about 30 seconds and then
start the next operation.
• If the IP address is changed while the SNMP function is
operational, turn off the monitor and then turn it on again
with the main power switch. Before switching off the main
power switch, always put the monitor in the Power off
(Standby mode) state.
TIPS
• Depending on the SNMP settings, a short delay may occur
before the SNMP is usable. (About 5 minutes)
• Up to 16 alphanumeric letters and symbols can be used for
the community name, user name and password.
■ SERVICE & SUPPORT
(URL INFORMATION)
You can display a specific URL in the URL INFORMATION
field on the INFORMATION screen when an error occurs in
the monitor. (See page 48.)
SNMP SETTING
Set whether to enable or disable SNMP.
VERSION
Set the version of the SNMP to be supported.
COMMUNITY NAME 1 to 3
Set the name of the community required for the access.
USER 1 to 3
Set the user name, password, authentication method and
other options required for access.
TRAP SETTING
Set whether to enable or disable the trap function.
When this function is enabled, a trap will be sent when the
monitor is turned on.
A test transmission of a trap can be performed in “Test”.
TRAP SETTING OF AUTHENTICATION ERROR
Set whether the trap function sends a notification when
authentication fails.
TRAP ADDRESS & PORT
Set the destination address and port number of the
notification sent by the trap function.
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URL INFORMATION
Enter the URL to display on the INFORMATION screen when
an error occurs on the monitor.
Up to 64 alphanumeric characters or symbols can be used.
CONDITION
Specify the condition to display the URL.
CONFIRMATION
The home page of the specified URL is displayed.
You can check whether the URL you entered is correct.
TIPS
• It is also possible to specify the message text, such as the
name of a contact or a telephone number, to be displayed
instead of the linked URL.
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
[Advanced operation]
Command-based control
[Advanced operation]
Communication procedure
You can control the monitor using control commands (see
page 55.) via terminal software and other appropriate
applications.
In order to use this function, enable a connection to the
monitor through Internet Explorer.
Read the manual for the terminal software for detailed
instructions.
nCommand format
When a command is sent from the PC to the monitor, the
monitor operates according to the received command and
sends a response message to the PC.
Return code
C1
(1) Connect the PC to the monitor.
1. Specify the IP address and data port number and
connect the PC to the monitor.
When connection has been established successfully,
[ Login:] is returned as response.
2. Send the user name set in the SECURITY settings (see
page 49).
• Send [User name] + [ ].
• If the user name is not set, send [ ].
• When the transmission is successful, [ Password:]
is returned as response.
3. Send the password set in the SECURITY settings (see
page 49).
• Send [Password] + [ ].
• If the password is not set, send [ ].
• When the transmission is successful, [OK
] is
returned as response.
(2) Send commands to control the monitor.
• Usable commands are provided in the Control
command table (see page 55.).
• Send the command as described in the
communication procedure (See the description on
the right.).
(3) Disconnect the connection with the monitor and
quit the function.
1. Send [BYE ].
When the transmission is successful, [goodbye] is
returned and the connection is disconnected.
TIPS
• Connection is automatically disconnected when the
time specified in AUTO LOGOUT TIME elapses over a
no‑communication period.
C2
C3
C4
P1
Command field
(4 prescribed
alphanumerical characters)
P2
P3
P4
Parameter field
(4 character string comprised of:
0-9, +, -, space, ?)
Example: VOLM0030
VOLM
30
* Be sure to input 4 characters for the parameter. Pad with
spaces (“ ”) if necessary.
(“
” is a return code (0DH, 0AH or 0DH))
Wrong : VOLM30
Right : VOLM
30
When inputting a negative value, specify a numerical value in
three digits.
Example: AUTR-005
Do not use spaces for MPOS, DATE, and SC01 through
SC08. Specify parameters using a specified number of
characters.
Example: MPOS010097
If a command has “R” indicated for “DIRECTION” in the
“Control command table” on page 55, the current value can be
returned by using “?” as the parameter.
Example:
VOLM ? ? ? ?
←
From PC to monitor (How much
is current volume setting?).
30
←
From monitor to PC (Current
volume setting: 30).
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nResponse code format
When a command has been executed correctly
O
K
Return code
(0DH, 0AH)
A response is returned after a command is executed.
When a command has not been executed
E
R
R
Return code
(0DH, 0AH)
Interval of 100 ms or more
• “ERR” is returned when there is no relevant command or
when the command cannot be used in the current state of
the monitor.
• If communication has not been established for reasons
such as a bad connection between the PC and monitor,
nothing is returned (not even ERR).
• “ERR” may be returned when a command cannot be
received correctly due to interference from the surrounding
environment.
Please ensure that the system or software retries the
command if this occurs.
If execution of the command is taking some time
A
I
T
Return code
(0DH, 0AH)
When the following commands are used, “WAIT” is returned.
In this case, a value will be returned if you wait a while. Do not
send any command during this period.
• Commands which return WAIT:
RSET, INPS, ASNC, WIDE, PXSL, POWR, AGIN, MWIN,
MWIP, MWPP, WBEN
TIPS
• If the processing takes time, “WAIT” may be returned
multiple times.
When control via LAN is locked (to prevent use) using the
operation lock function (see page 44.)
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O
C
K
E
D
• After OK or ERR is returned, you must send the following
commands.
To set a timeout for the command response, specify 10
seconds or longer.
• Provide an interval of 100 ms or more between the
command response and the transmission of the next
command.
VOLM0020
OK
TIPS
W
nCommunication interval
Return code
(0DH, 0AH)
INPS0001
WAIT
OK
TIPS
• When executing ALL RESET, set the timeout period to 30
seconds or longer.
• When turning the power on while the POWER ON DELAY
function is in use, set the timeout period to the POWER ON
DELAY period + 10 seconds or longer.
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
[Advanced operation] Control command table
How to read the command table
Command:
Command field (See page 53.)
Direction:
W When the “Parameter” is set in the parameter field (see page 53.), the command functions as described
under “Control/Response Contents”.
R The returned value indicated under “Reply” can be obtained by setting “????” or “
?” i n t he
p a r a m e t e r f i e l d . (see page 53.).
Parameter:
Parameter field (See page 53.)
Reply:
Response (Returned value)
TIPS
• The following commands cannot be used in standby mode.
TPEN, ASNC, CLCK, PHSE, HPOS, VPOS, HSIZ, VSIZ, HRES, VRES, ARST, CPTU, AGIN, TOMD, PXCK, PXSL, RESO,
RSET, MUTE
Power control/Input mode selection
Function
POWER CONTROL
Command
Direction
POWR
W
Parameter
Reply
Control/Response contents
0
Switches to standby mode.
1
Enters the power ON state.
99
R
Switches to whiteboard standby mode.
0 Standby mode
1 Normal mode
2 Input signal waiting mode
99 Whiteboard standby mode.
INPUT MODE SELECTION
INPS
W
0
Toggle change for input mode. Terminals not selected in INPUT SELECT cannot be
selected.
2
D-SUB1[RGB]
“ERR” when other than RGB is selected for D-SUB1 of INPUT SELECT.
3
D-SUB1[COMPONENT]
“ERR” when other than COMPONENT is selected for D-SUB1 of INPUT SELECT.
4
D-SUB1[VIDEO]
“ERR” when other than VIDEO is selected for D-SUB1 of INPUT SELECT.
9
HDMI1[AV]
“ERR” when PC is selected for HDMI1 of INPUT SELECT.
10
HDMI1[PC]
“ERR” when AV is selected for HDMI1 of INPUT SELECT.
12
HDMI2[AV]
“ERR” when PC is selected for HDMI2 of INPUT SELECT.
13
HDMI2[PC]
“ERR” when AV is selected for HDMI2 of INPUT SELECT.
14
DisplayPort
16
D-SUB2
17
HDMI3[AV]
“ERR” when PC is selected for HDMI3 of INPUT SELECT.
18
HDMI3[PC]
“ERR” when AV is selected for HDMI3 of INPUT SELECT.
19
R
WHITEBOARD
2 D-SUB1[RGB]
3 D-SUB1[COMPONENT]
4 D-SUB1[VIDEO]
9 HDMI1[AV]
10 HDMI1[PC]
12 HDMI2[AV]
13 HDMI2[PC]
14 DisplayPort
16 D-SUB2
17 HDMI3[AV]
18 HDMI3[PC]
19 WHITEBOARD
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SCREEN menu
Command
Direction
Auto
Function
ASNC
W
CLOCK
CLCK
WR
PHASE
positioning
size
RESOLUTION
Parameter
Reply
Control/Response contents
1
When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
0-1200
0-1200 When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
Varies depending on the signal.
PHSE
WR
0-63
Position of
the longest
direction
HPOS
WR
0-100
0-100 0-800 on D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
Varies depending on the signal.
Position of
the shortest
direction
VPOS
WR
0-100
0-100 0-200 on D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
Varies depending on the signal.
SIZE of the
longest
direction
HSIZ
WR
0-100
0-100
SIZE of the
shortest
direction
VSIZ
WR
0-100
0-100
Longest
direction
resolution
HRES
WR
300-1920
300-1920 When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
Only even numbers are valid for parameters.
Varies depending on the signal.
Shortest
direction
resolution
VRES
WR
200-1200
200-1200
ARST
W
RESET
0-63 When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
1
PICTURE menu
Command
Direction
BRIGHT
Function
VLMP
WR
0-31
0-31
CONTRAST
CONT
WR
0-60
0-60
BLACK LEVEL
BLVL
WR
0-60
0-60
TINT
TINT
WR
0-60
0-60
COLORS
COLR
WR
0-60
0-60
SHARPNESS
SHRP
WR
0-24
0-24
BMOD
WR
0
0 STD
2
2 VIVID
3
3 sRGB (When the input mode is PC)
COLOR
ADJUSTMENT
COLOR MODE
WHITE
BALANCE
THRU
CTMP
WR
PRESET
Control/Response contents
4 HIGH ILLUMINANCE
0
0 PC input
99
1-28 From 1: approximately 3,000K to 15: approximately 10,000K (500K steps)
16: approximately 5,600K, 17: approximately 9,300K, 18: approximately 3,200K
From 19: approximately 10,500K to 28: approximately 15,000K (500K steps)
99
R-CONTRAST
CRTR
WR
0-256
0-256 “ERR” when CTMP is not set to 99.
G-CONTRAST
CRTG
WR
0-256
0-256
B-CONTRAST
CRTB
WR
0-256
0-256
R-OFFSET
OFSR
WR
-127-127
-127-127
G-OFFSET
OFSG
WR
-127-127
-127-127
B-OFFSET
OFSB
WR
-127-127
-127-127
COPY TO USER
CPTU
W
GAMMA
GAMM
WR
0
0-2 0: 1.8, 1: 2.2, 2: 2.4 (during PC input)
0: LIGHT 2, 2: DARK (during AV input)
4-6
4-6 4: USER, 5: 2.0, 6: STD (during PC input)
4: USER, 5: LIGHT 1, 6: STD (during AV input)
FLESH TONE (AV input)
FLES
WR
0-2
CMHR
WR
-10-10
C.M.S.-VALUE (AV input)
Copies a preset value to the user setting.
0-2
C.M.S.-HUE (AV input)
C.M.S.-SATURATION
(AV input)
0-2 0: OFF, 1: LOW, 2: HIGH
-10-10 R
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMHY
Y
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMHG
G
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMHC
C
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMHB
B
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMHM
M
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
Resets the hue.
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CRST
W
CMSR
WR
1
-10-10 R
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMSY
Y
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMSG
G
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMSC
C
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMSB
B
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMSM
M
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
Resets the saturation.
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CRST
W
CMVR
WR
-10-10
2
-10-10 R
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMVY
Y
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMVG
G
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMVC
C
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMVB
B
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CMVM
M
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
Resets the brightness.
“ERR” when other than OFF is selected for FLESH TONE.
CRST
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Reply
4
1-28
USER
E
Parameter
W
-10-10
3
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
ADVANCED
Function
Command
Direction
AUTO
AGIN
W
Parameter
Reply
Control/Response contents
1
When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
ANALOG GAIN
ANGA
WR
0-127
0-127 When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
ANALOG OFFSET
ANOF
WR
0-127
0-127 When the input mode is D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2, WHITEBOARD.
3D-NR (AV input)
TDNR
WR
0-2
0-2 0: OFF, 1: LOW, 2: HIGH
MPEG-NR (AV input)
MPNR
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
3D-Y/C
YCSP
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON (When the input mode is D-SUB1[VIDEO])
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI1[AV])
AHDR
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI1[PC])
PHDR
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI2[AV])
AH2R
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI2[PC])
PH2R
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI3[AV])
AH3R
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(HDMI3[PC])
PH3R
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(D-SUB1[RGB])
PDSR
WR
1-2
1-2 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(D-SUB2)
PD2R
WR
1-2
1-2 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(WHITEBOARD)
PWHR
WR
1-2
1-2 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
RGB INPUT RANGE
(DisplayPort)
PDPR
WR
0-2
0-2 0: AUTO, 1: FULL, 2: LIMITED
ACTIVE CONTRAST
(AV input)
ACNT
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
DISPLAY COLOR
PATTERN
PTDF
WR
0
0 No pattern display.
1
1 White single color pattern display.
2
2 Red single color pattern display.
3
3 Green single color pattern display.
4
4 Blue single color pattern display.
99
99 Red/green/blue mixed color pattern display.
Set each color's level with PTDR, PTDG, PTDB.
DISPLAY COLOR
PATTERN (R)
PTDR
WR
0-15
0-15 “ERR” when PTDF is not set to 99.
DISPLAY COLOR
PATTERN (G)
PTDG
WR
0-15
0-15
DISPLAY COLOR
PATTERN (B)
PTDB
WR
0-15
0-15
ARST
W
RESET
2
AUDIO menu
Command
Direction
TREBLE
Function
AUTR
WR
Parameter
Reply
BASS
AUBS
WR
-5-5
-5-5
BALANCE
AUBL
WR
-10-10
-10-10
RESET
ARST
W
-5-5
Control/Response contents
-5-5
3
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SETUP menu
Command
Direction
Date/time setting
Function
DATE
WR
DATE DISPLAY FORMAT
DTFT
WR
TIME DISPLAY FORMAT
TMFT
WR
SCHEDULE
SC01SC08
WR
SCHEDULE BRIGHTNESS
SB01SB08
WR
LANG
WR
LANGUAGE
Parameter
Reply
AABBCCDDEE
0-2
0-1
ABCDEFFGGH
INPUT
MODE
NAME
AUDIO
SELECT
AUDIO
OPTION
TOUCH
INPUT
SELECT
58
0-2 0: YYYY/MM/DD, 1: MM/DD/YYYY, 2: DD/MM/YYYY
YYYY: Year, MM: Month, DD: Day
0-1 0: 24-HOUR TIME, 1: 12-HOUR TIME
0-31
Schedule of a specified number
A: Schedule
0= Not effective, 1 = Effective
B: Power
0 = OFF, 1 = ON
C: Day of the week 1 0 = Only once, 1 = Every week, 2 = Every day
D: Day of the week 2* 0 = Sunday, 1 = Monday through 6 = Saturday,
9 = Not exist
E: Day of the week 3* 0 = Sunday, 1 = Monday through 6 = Saturday,
9 = Not exist
F: Hour
00-23
G: Minute
00-59
H: Input
0 = Not specified, 1 = HDMI1, 2 = HDMI2, 3 = HDMI3,
4 = D-SUB1, 5 = D-SUB2, 6 = DisplayPort,
7 = WHITEBOARD
*If “Every day” is selected for “Day of the week 1”, “ERR” occurs when other than 9 is
selected.
“ERR” when LOW POWER is selected for STANDBY MODE.
0-31 Screen brightness to change
99
99 Disable brightness setting
14
14 ENGLISH
1
1 DEUTSCH
2
2 FRANÇAIS
3
3 ITALIANO
4
4 ESPAÑOL
5
5 РУССКИЙ
6
HDMI1
HDSL
WR
0-1
0-1 0:PC, 1:AV
HDMI2
H2SL
WR
0-1
0-1 0:PC, 1:AV
HDMI3
H3SL
WR
0-1
0-1 0:PC, 1:AV
D-SUB1
SLDS
WR
0-2
0-2 0:RGB, 1:COMPONENT, 2:VIDEO
HDMI1 AUTO VIEW
HDAW
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
HDMI2 AUTO VIEW
H2AW
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
HDMI3 AUTO VIEW
H3AW
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
HOT PLUG CONTROL
(HDMI1)
HPCH
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
HOT PLUG CONTROL
(HDMI2)
HPH2
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
HOT PLUG CONTROL
(HDMI3)
HPH3
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
WR
0-30
DisplayPort
INDP
HDMI1
INH1
HDMI2
INH2
HDMI3
INH3
D-SUB1
IND1
D-SUB2
IND2
DisplayPort
ASDI
WR
1-3
1-3 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2, 3: DisplayPort
HDMI1[PC]
ASHP
WR
0-2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
0-30 0: NO SETTING, 1: PC1, 2:PC2, 3: PC3, 4: TV, 5: VIDEO, 6: DVD, 7: HDD, 8: DVR,
9: BD, 10: CAMERA, 11: DOCUMENT CAMERA, 12: VIDEO CAMERA,
13: VIDEO CONFERENCE, 14: GAME, 15: VGA, 16: BNC, 17: COMPOSITE,
18: COMPONENT, 19: RGB, 20: INPUT1, 21: INPUT2, 22: INPUT3, 23: INPUT4,
24: INPUT5, 25: INPUT6, 26: SATELLITE, 27: CABLE, 28: CAMCORDER,
29: TABLET, 30: SURVEILLANCE CAM.
HDMI1[AV]
ASHA
WR
0-2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
HDMI2[PC]
AH2P
WR
0-2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
HDMI2[AV]
AH2A
WR
0-2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
HDMI3[PC]
AH3P
WR
0-2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
0-2 0: HDMI, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
HDMI3[AV]
AH3A
WR
0-2
D-SUB1[RGB]
ASAP
WR
1-2
1-2 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
D-SUB1[COMPONENT]
ASC2
WR
1-2
1-2 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
1-2 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
D-SUB1[VIDEO]
ASV2
WR
1-2
D-SUB2
ASA2
WR
1-2
1-2 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
WHITEBOARD
ASWH
WR
0-2
0-2 0: WHITEBOARD, 1: AUDIO1, 2: AUDIO2
SPEAKER SELECT
SPSL
WR
0-1
0-1 0: Internal speaker, 1: External speaker
AUDIO OUTPUT
AOUT
WR
0-2
0-2 0: VARIABLE1, 1: FIXED, 2: VARIABLE2
0-1 0: 1.0Vrms, 1: 0.5Vrms
AUDIO INPUT LEVEL1
AIVP
WR
0-1
AUDIO INPUT LEVEL2
AIV2
WR
0-1
0-1 0: 1.0Vrms, 1: 0.5Vrms
BOTTOM USB
USCB
WR
0-7
0-7 0: INVALID, 1: BOTTOM INPUT TERM., 2: DisplayPort, 3: HDMI1, 4: HDMI2,
5: HDMI3, 6: D-SUB1, 7: D-SUB2
SIDE USB
USCS
WR
0-7
0-7 0: INVALID, 1: SIDE INPUT TERM., 2: DisplayPort, 3: HDMI1, 4: HDMI2, 5: HDMI3,
6: D-SUB1, 7: D-SUB2
SUIM
WR
0-1
0-1 0: WHITEBOARD, 1: LAST INPUT MODE
START INPUT MODE
E
AA: Year, BB: Month, CC: Day, DD: Hour, EE: Minute
ABCDEFFGGH
6
INPUT
SELECT
Control/Response contents
AABBCCDDEE
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
MONITOR menu
Command
Direction
OSD H-POSITION
Function
OSDH
WR
Parameter
0-100
Reply
0-100
Control/Response contents
OSD V-POSITION
OSDV
WR
0-100
0-100
STANDBY MODE
STBM
WR
0-1
0-1
0: STANDARD, 1: LOW POWER
When ADJUSTMENT LOCK is set to ON2, LOW POWER cannot be selected (ERR).
“ERR" when SCHEDULE is effective.
OFF IF NO OPERATION
ATOF
WR
0-1
0-1
0: OFF, 1: ON
POWER ON
DELAY
SET
PODS
WR
0-1
0-1
0: OFF, 1: ON
INTERVAL
PWOD
WR
0-60
0-60
SELF ADJUST
SELF ADJUST
AADJ
WR
0-1
0-1
START TIMING
AADD
WR
10-200
10-200
TOUCH OUTPUT
INVALID ICON
TOPI
WR
0-1
0-1
0: OFF, 1: ON
CHANGE DISPLAY
POSITION
TOIP
WR
0-3
0-3
0: UPPER RIGHT, 1: UPPER LEFT, 2: LOWER RIGHT, 3: LOWER LEFT
TOUCH OPERATION MODE
TOMD
WR
0-2
0-2
0: AUTO, 1: MULTI-TOUCH MODE, 2: MOUSE MODE
“ERR” when the touch panel is not connected.
“ERR” when Touch Panel Settings Tool is installed in the computer connected to the
touch panel.
TOUCH PANEL MODE
GMDP
WR
0-1
0-1
0: OFF, 1: ON (When the input mode is PC)
TOUCH OUTPUT
INVALID DISP.
0: OFF, 1-60 seconds
0: OFF, 1: ON
10: 1 second through 200: 20 seconds
PIP/PbyP menu
Function
PIP MODES
PIP SIZE
PIP POS
Command
Direction
MWIN
WR
Parameter
Reply
0-3
Control/Response contents
0-3 0: OFF, 1: PIP, 2: PbyP, 3: PbyP2
MPSZ
WR
1-64
1-64
The longest
direction
MHPS
WR
0-100
0-100
The shortest
direction
MVPS
WR
0-100
0-100
MPOS
W
PIP POS LD+SD BATCH
0-100,0-100
R
Specify the position in MPOSxxxyyy format.
(xxx: Longer side, yyy: Shorter side position)
0-100,0-100 Returns a response in (xxx,yyy) format.
(xxx: Longer side, yyy: Shorter side position)
PIP BLEND
MWBL
WR
0-15
PIP SOURCE
MWIP
WR
2
0-15
2 D-SUB1[RGB]
3
3 D-SUB1[COMPONENT]
4
4 D-SUB1[VIDEO]
9
9 HDMI1[AV]
10
10 HDMI1[PC]
12
12 HDMI2[AV]
13
13 HDMI2[PC]
14
14 DisplayPort
16
16 D-SUB2
17
17 HDMI3[AV]
18
18 HDMI3[PC]
19
19 WHITEBOARD
SOUND CHANGE
MWAD
WR
1-2
1-2 1: MAIN, 2: SUB
MAIN POS (Main screen)
MWPP
WR
0-1
0-1 0: POS1, 1: POS2
PbyP2 POS (Sub screen)
MW2P
WR
0-2
0-2 0: POS1, 1: POS2, 2: POS3
AUTO OFF
MOFF
WR
0-1
0-1 0: MANUAL, 1: AUTO
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Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
OTHERS menu
Function
Command
Direction
PATTERN
SCSV
WR
MOTION TIME1
MTIM
WR
0-20
MOTION TIME2
(PATTERN1)
MINT
WR
10-990
MOTION TIME2
(PATTERN2-4)
MINT
WR
5-20
POWER MANAGEMENT (PC)
PMNG
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
POWER MANAGEMENT (AV)
PMAV
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
CONNECT AUTO INPUT SELECT
AICO
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL.
AINO
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
DisplayPort
APDP
WR
0-7
HDMI1
APH1
HDMI2
APH2
0-7 0: Not selected by auto input selection, 1-7: Priority setting
•If OFF is selected for WHITEBOARD, “ERR” occurs when 7 is selected.
•“ERR” when OFF is selected for NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL..
•All input terminals cannot be set to 0 simultaneously.
HDMI3
APH3
D-SUB1
APD1
D-SUB2
APD2
WHITEBOARD
APWB
BTSC
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
RESOLUTION CHECK
PXCK
R
PIXEL SETTING
(D-SUB1[RGB],
D-SUB2,
WHITEBOARD)
PXSL
WR
SCREEN MOTION
AUTO INPUT
SELECT
PRIORITY
LOGO SCREEN
INPUT
RESOLUTION
(PC)
INPUT RESOLUTION (AV)
E
Reply
0-4
Control/Response contents
0-4 0: OFF, 1-4: PATTERN1-4
0-20
10-990 Per 10 seconds
5-20 Per second
- Returns current resolution in the form of hhh, vvv.
1
1 768) 1360 x 768
2
2 768) 1280 x 768
3
3 768) 1024 x 768
5
5 480) 848 x 480
6
6 480) 640 x 480
7
7 1050) 1680 x 1050
8
8 1050) 1400 x 1050
9
9 768) AUTO
10
10 480) AUTO
RESO
R
ZOOM2 SPECIAL SETTING
(D-SUB1[RGB], D-SUB2,
WHITEBOARD)
Z2SP
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
SCAN MODE
SCAN
WR
0-2
0-2 0: MODE1, 1: MODE2, 2: MODE3 (When the input mode is AV)
COLOR SYSTEM
CSYS
WR
0-5
0-5 0: AUTO, 1: PAL, 2: PAL-60, 3: SECAM, 4: NTSC3.58, 5: NTSC4.43
60
RESOLUTION CHECK
Parameter
- 480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p, 1080p , etc.
Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
Initialization/Functional Restriction Setting (FUNCTION) menu
Command
Direction
ALL RESET
Function
RSET
W
Parameter
0-1
Reply
Control/Response contents
ADJUSTMENT LOCK
ALCK
WR
0-2
0-2 0: OFF, 1:ON1, 2:ON2
When STANDBY MODE is set to LOW POWER, ON2 cannot be selected (ERR).
ADJUSTMENT LOCK TARGET
ALTG
WR
0-2
0-2 0: REMOTE CONTROL, 1: MONITOR BUTTONS, 2: BOTH
“ERR” when OFF is selected for ADJUSTMENT LOCK.
OSD DISPLAY
LOSD
WR
0-2
0-2 0: ON1, 1: OFF, 2: ON2
LED
OFLD
WR
0-1
0-1 0: ON, 1: OFF
TEMPERATURE ALERT
TALT
WR
0-2
0-2 0: OFF, 1: OSD & LED, 2: LED
STATUS ALERT
SALT
WR
0-2
0-2 0: OFF, 1: OSD & LED, 2: LED
WHITEBOARD
WBEN
WR
0-1
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
POWER BUTTON
PBTN
WR
0-1
0-1 0: MONITOR, 1: EXT. CONTROLLER
“ERR” when ON is selected for WHITEBOARD.
EXTERNAL CONTROLLER INPUT
PCIP
WR
0-5
0-5 0: D-SUB1, 1: D-SUB2, 2: DisplayPort, 3: HDMI1, 4: HDMI2, 5: HDMI3
“ERR” when ON is selected for WHITEBOARD.
“ERR” when MONITOR is selected for POWER BUTTON.
0: ALL RESET 1, 1: ALL RESET 2
Others
Command
Direction
SCREEN SIZE (PC)
Function
WIDE
WR
SCREEN SIZE (AV)
WIDE
WR
0-5
VOLUME
VOLM
WR
0-31
0-1
MUTE
INFORMATION
Parameter
Reply
0-5
Control/Response contents
0-5 0: Toggle to change size, 1: WIDE, 2: NORMAL, 3: Dot by Dot, 4: ZOOM1, 5: ZOOM2
0-5 0: Toggle to change size, 1: WIDE, 2: ZOOM1, 3: ZOOM2, 4: NORMAL, 5: Dot by Dot
0-31
MUTE
WR
MODEL
INF1
R
Value
SERIAL NO
SRNO
R
Value
DSTA
R
TEMPERATURE SENSOR
0-1 0: OFF, 1: ON
0 Internal temperature normal
1 Internal temperature abnormal has occurred and the monitor is in standby mode
2 Internal temperature abnormal occurred (To delete the information of temperature
abnormal, turn off the main power.)
3 Internal temperature abnormal has occurred and backlight brightness is dimmed
4 Temperature sensor abnormal
Temperature acquisition
ERRT
R
CAUSE OF LAST STANDBY MODE
STCA
W
Value Returns the temperature at the temperature sensors.
Indicates a temperature sensor abnormality when “126” is returned.
0
R
Initialization
0 No detectable error has occurred
1 Standby mode by POWER button
2 Main power off by the main power switch
3 Standby mode by LAN
4 Input signal waiting mode by No Signal
6 Standby mode by abnormal temperature
8 Standby mode by SCHEDULE setting
20 Standby mode by OFF IF NO OPERATION setting
Touch operation valid/invalid
TPEN
WR
Check for unsaved data on the
WHITEBOARD
WBDT
R
0-1
0-1 0: Invalid, 1: Valid
“ERR” when TOUCH INPUT SELECT is set to INVALID or the touch panel is not
connected.
0-1 0: No unsaved data, 1: Unsaved data exists
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Controlling the Monitor with a PC (LAN)
Commands for setting of the GAMMA user data
Command
Direction
RED GAMMA DATA TRANSFER
Function
UGRW
W
GREEN GAMMA DATA TRANSFER
UGGW
W
BLUE GAMMA DATA TRANSFER
UGBW
W
Parameter
Reply
Control/Response contents
aa: Block number
xxxx: 32 pieces of user data
cc: Checksum (ASCII data) of the block number and user data
aaxxxx ··· xxxxcc
(xxxx: 32 pieces)
aa: 01-16
xxxx: 0000-1023
cc: 00-FF
1-16 xxxx ··· xxxx
1-16 (xxxx: 32 pieces)
xxxx: 0000-1023
1-16
xxxx: User data of 32 pieces
RED GAMMA DATA READ
UGRR
W
GREEN GAMMA DATA READ
UGGR
W
BLUE GAMMA DATA READ
UGBR
W
USER DATA INITIALIZE
UGRS
W
0
Initialize the user data.
USER DATA SAVE
UGSV
W
0
Save the user data in the monitor.
To transfer the GAMMA user data
Use the user data transfer commands (UGRW, UGGW and UGBW). For each of the R, G and B colors, divide the total 512
pieces of user data into 16 blocks, and transfer 32 pieces of data with each command.
C1
C2
C3
Command field
C4
P1
P2
P3
P4
Block number (01 to 16) Data field
…
S1
S2
Checksum field
xample: To transfer the data of block 1 (0 to 31 levels)
E
of red (R) data
UGRW 01000000010002 … 0031C0
One piece of data consists
of 4 digits.
Command Block number
32 pieces of data
Checksum
* If data is less than 4 digits, add a “0” (zero) to make it 4 digits.
* The checksum field is the character string (ASCII) data of lower-order one byte which indicates the sum of the block number
and 32 pieces of data in hexadecimal (0 to F).
Saving the GAMMA user data
Use the user data save command (UGSV) to save the transferred user data in the monitor.
If the data is not saved, it will be cleared when:
• The main power switch is off
• STANDBY MODE is LOW POWER and the monitor enters standby mode
Activating the GAMMA user data
To activate the transferred user data, select USER for GAMMA in the PICTURE menu, or send the corresponding control
command.
Checking the GAMMA user data
Use the user data read commands (UGRR, UGGR and UGBR) to return 512 pieces of user data for each of the R, G and B
colors. Divide the data into 16 blocks and return 32 pieces of data with each command. The value to be returned is not the value
stored in the monitor, but the value in the temporary memory for display. (These values are the same when the user data save
command (UGSV) above has been sent.)
TIPS
• The user data is not initialized by RESET of the PICTURE menu. To initialize the user data, use ALL RESET of the
FUNCTION menu.
The GAMMA user data initialize command (UGRS) allows the initialization of the user data only.
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Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing any problem with your display, before
calling for service, please review the following troubleshooting
tips.
There is no picture or sound.
• Is the power cord disconnected? (See page 14.)
• Is the main power switch off? (See page 17.)
• Is the monitor in standby mode (the power LED illuminating
in orange)? (See page 17.)
• Make sure correct input mode is selected. (See pages 24
to 25.)
• If any external equipment is connected, make sure the
equipment is operating (playing back).
Remote control does not work.
• Are the batteries inserted with polarity (+,-) aligned? (See
page 15.)
• Are the batteries exhausted?
• Point the remote control unit toward the monitor’s remote
control sensor. (See page 15.)
• Is the menu display hidden or is operation disabled? (See
page 44.)
Sound from left and right speakers is reversed.
Sound is heard from only one side.
• Are audio cables connected properly? (See page 13.)
• Make sure audio cables for external speakers are
connected properly: left and right cables may be reversed
or one of the two cables may not be connected. (See page
13.)
• Check the setting of BALANCE for AUDIO menu. (See
page 36.)
There is a picture but no sound.
• Is the sound muted?
• Make sure the volume is not set to minimum.
• Are audio cables connected properly?
• Is the setting of AUDIO SELECT on the SETUP menu
correct? (See page 36.)
• Is the setting for SPEAKER SELECT of AUDIO OPTION on
the SETUP menu correct? (See page 36.)
Unstable video.
• The signal may be incompatible.
• Try the automatic screen adjustment when D-SUB1[RGB]
or D-SUB2 are used.
• If the top and bottom of the image are not horizontally
aligned, set TOUCH PANEL MODE on the MONITOR
menu to OFF.
The video from the HDMI input terminal does not appear
properly.
• Is the setting for HDMI1/HDMI2/HDMI3 of INPUT SELECT
on the SETUP menu correct? (See page 36.)
• Is the HDMI cable HDMI standard compliant? The monitor
will not work with cables that are not standard compliant.
• Is the input signal compatible with this monitor? (See pages
67 to 68.)
The video from D-sub1 input terminal does not appear
correctly.
• Is the setting for D-SUB1 of INPUT SELECT on the SETUP
menu correct? (See page 36.)
• Is the input signal compatible with this monitor? (See page
67.)
The video from D-sub2 input terminal does not appear
correctly.
• Is the input signal compatible with this monitor? (See page
67.)
The video from DisplayPort input terminal does not
appear correctly.
• Is the input signal compatible with this monitor? (See page
67.)
• Is the DisplayPort cable DisplayPort standard compliant?
The monitor will not work with cables that are not standard
compliant.
Control buttons do not work.
There is no picture.
• Load noises from outside may be interfering with normal
operation. Turn off the power and turn it on after waiting at
least 5 seconds, and then check the operation.
The input mode changes automatically.
• When CONNECT AUTO INPUT SELECT is ON, the input
mode automatically changes to that terminal when a video
signal is input into the input terminal.
For this reason, the input mode may change when the
computer wakes up from system standby.
• When the NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL. is ON and no
signal is present in a selected input mode, the monitor
automatically changes the selected mode to a mode where
a video signal is present.
The input mode may change in the following cases:
-When a computer is in standby mode.
-When video play is stopped with a playback device.
The touch panel does not respond.
• Is the USB cable connected properly? (Touch Panel
Settings Tool Operation Manual)
• Have Touch Panel Settings Tool and Touch Pen Utility been
installed? (Touch Panel Settings Tool Operation Manual,
Touch Pen Utility Operation Manual)
• Has the pen tip of the touch pen become worn? Replace
the pen tip. (See page 20.)
• Is the battery inserted in the wrong orientation (+, -) in the
touch pen? (See page 19.)
• Is the touch pen battery exhausted?
The response of the touch screen is slow.
Some parts of the screen do not respond.
A different place is touched
• Is the screen exposed to direct sunlight or other strong
light? The touch panel uses infrared rays and thus may not
operate correctly.
• Is there an obstacle between the infrared transmitter/
receiver and the touch pen or your finger? An obstacle will
prevent correct operation. If your fingers or a sleeve are too
close to the screen, correct operation will not be possible.
• Is the infrared transmitter/receiver dirty? Gently wipe off
any dirt with a soft cloth.
• If the touch panel is touched with a small tip less than about
3/16 inch (5.5 mm) x 3/16 inch (5.5 mm), the touch may not
be detected by infrared and correct operation will not take
place.
• When starting your computer or connecting the USB cable,
do not touch the touch panel. If you touch the touch panel,
this may be detected as an element failure in the infrared
transmitter/receiver and incorrect operation will result.
Power LED flashes red.
“STATUS [xxxx]” appears in the corner of the screen.
• Hardware has a problem. Turn off the monitor and request
repair from your SHARP dealer.
(When STATUS ALERT is set to OSD & LED. This varies
depending on the setting.)
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When “AUTO DIMMING” is displayed.
• When the internal temperature of the monitor rises
excessively, the brightness of the backlight automatically
decreases in order to prevent a further temperature rise. If
you attempt to use
to adjust the brightness while
the monitor is in this state, “AUTO DIMMING” is displayed
and you cannot change the brightness.
• Remove the cause of the excessive temperature rise.
The monitor makes a cracking sound.
• You may occasionally hear a cracking sound from the
monitor. This happens when the cabinet slightly expands
and contracts according to change in temperature. This
does not affect the monitor’s performance.
The Power LED is flashing in red and green alternately.
When “TEMPERATURE” is displayed in the corner of the
screen.
• When the internal temperature of the monitor rises
excessively, the brightness of the backlight decreases
automatically in order to prevent high-temperaturerelated problems. When this occurs, “TEMPERATURE” is
displayed on the screen and the Power LED flashes red
and green alternately. (When TEMPERATURE ALERT is
set to OSD & LED. This varies depending on the setting.)
• If the internal temperature rises further, the monitor
automatically enters standby mode. (The Power LED
continues flashing red and green alternately.)
• Remove the cause of the excessive temperature rise.
- If the monitor enters standby mode due to a rise in
temperature, to return to normal display, turn the power
switch off and then back on again. The monitor, however,
will enter standby mode again if the cause of the
temperature rise is not eliminated. (See page 7.)
- Check whether the monitor is placed at a location where
a quick rise in temperature is likely. Internal temperature
rises quickly if the vents on the monitor are blocked.
- Internal temperature rises quickly if dust accumulates
inside the monitor or around the vents. Remove dust if
possible. Ask SHARP dealer about removing internal dust.
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Whiteboard display positions are out of place.
Noise appears on the whiteboard
• Try the automatic screen adjustment.
(1) S
witch the input to WHITEBOARD.
(2) Touch the launch button.
The launcher appears.
(3) Touch [Setting].
You will be prompted to enter a password.
(4) E
nter the password and touch [OK].
Enter the password set in the Admin Password setting.
If a password is not set, enter “00000”.
(5) Touch [Admin Settings] and [Start Screen Adjust Tool].
MENU
(6) P
ress
and use
or
to display the SCREEN
menu.
ENTER
(7) P
ress
and select “AUTO”.
ENTER
(8) P
ress
.
The automatic adjustment is complete in several
seconds.
MENU
(9) P
ress
to close the menu screen.
(10) Touch the screen to close the adjustment pattern.
(11) Touch [Cancel].
You will return to the whiteboard screen.
Specifications
nProduct Specifications
Model
LCD component
PN-L703A
PN-L603A
70" Class [69-1/2 inch (176.6cm)
60" Class [60-1/16 inch (152.5cm)
diagonal] TFT LCD
diagonal] TFT LCD
Max. resolution
(pixels) 1920 x 1080
Max. colors
Approx. 1.06 billion colors
Pixel pitch
0.802 mm (H) × 0.802 mm (V)
0.692 mm (H) × 0.692 mm (V)
Viewing angle
160° right/left/up/down (contrast ratio ≥ 10)
60-9/16 (W) x 34-1/16 (H)
52-5/16 (W) x 29-7/16 (H)
Screen active area
inch (mm)
(1538.9 x 865.6)
(1329.1 x 747.6)
Analog RGB (0.7 Vp-p) [75 Ω], DisplayPort 1.1a
Computer input signal
Sync signal
Horizontal/vertical separate (TTL: positive/negative), Sync-on-green*1,
Composite sync (TTL: positive/negative)*1
Video color system
NTSC (3.58MHz)/NTSC (4.43MHz)/PAL/PAL-60/SECAM
Plug and play
VESA DDC2B
Power management
VESA DPMS
Input terminals
PC/AV
HDMI x 3
PC
Mini D-sub 15 pin, 3 rows x 2
DisplayPort x 1
Audio
3.5 mm mini stereo jack x 2
Output terminals
Video/Audio
DisplayPort x 1
Audio
3.5 mm mini stereo jack x 1
LAN terminal
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
Speaker output (internal/external)
10 W + 10 W/10 W + 10 W 6 Ω
Touch Panel
Detection method
Infrared blocking detection method
PC connector
USB (2.0 compliant) (Type B) x 2
Touch pen
Wireless communication method
(2.4 GHz, IEEE 802.15.4 compliant, DS-SS method)
Touch pen adapter port
USB (2.0 compliant) (Type A)
WHITEBOARD
LAN terminal
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX/1000 BASE-T
mode
USB port
USB (2.0 compliant) (Type A) x 4
Power requirement
AC 100 V - 240 V, 3.0 A, 50/60 Hz AC 100 V - 240 V, 2.5 A, 50/60 Hz
41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C)
Operating temperature *2*3
20% to 80% (no condensation)
Operating humidity*3
250 W / 35 W / 9 W / 3.5 W
210 W / 35 W / 9 W / 3.5 W
Power consumption
(Maximum / input signal waiting mode *4 /
whiteboard standby mode / standby mode *5)
Dimensions (excluding protrusions)
inch (mm) Approx. 64-13/16 (W) x 3-11/16 (D) Approx. 56-9/16 (W) x 3-11/16 (D)
x 39-3/4 (H) (1647 x 94 x 1010)
x 35-1/16 (H) (1437 x 94 x 890)
Weight lbs. (kg) Approx. 134.5 (61)
Approx. 105.9 (48)
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
D-sub input terminal only.
Temperature condition may change when using the monitor together with the optional equipments recommended by SHARP.
In such cases, please check the temperature condition specified by the optional equipments.
In addition, check the requirements of the computer and other devices to be connected, and make sure that all requirements are satisfied.
When CONNECT AUTO INPUT SELECT and NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL. are set to OFF.
When STANDBY MODE is set to STANDARD. When STANDBY MODE is set to LOW POWER: 0.5 W
As a part of our policy of continuous improvement, SHARP reserves the right to make design and specification changes for product improvement
without prior notice. The performance specification figures indicated are nominal values of production units. There may be some deviations from
these values in individual units.
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nDimensional Drawings
Note that the values shown are approximate values.
[PN-L703A]
Unit: inch [mm]
3-11/16
[94]
1-15/16
[49]
1-15/16
[49]
64-13/16 [1647]
VESA holes *
7-7/8
[200]
7-7/8
[200]
3-1/4 [82]
7-7/8
[200]
Opening height
(35-13/16 [910])
39-3/4 [1010]
41-13/16 [1062]
Opening width (62-3/16 [1580])
31-11/16 [805]
[PN-L603A]
Unit: inch [mm]
VESA holes *
3-11/16
[94]
1-15/16
[49]
1-15/16
[49]
56-9/16 [1437]
7-7/8
[200]
7-7/8
[200]
3-1/4 [82]
7-7/8
[200]
Opening height
(31-1/8 [790])
35-1/16 [890]
37-1/16 [942]
Opening width (53-15/16 [1370])
31-11/16 [805]
When mounting the monitor, be sure to use a wall-mount bracket that complies with the VESA-compatible mounting method.
SHARP recommends using M6 screws and tighten the screws.
Note that screw hole depth of the monitor is 3/8 inch (10 mm). Loose mounting may cause the product to fall, resulting in
serious personal injuries as well as damage to the product. The screw and hole should come together with over 5/16 inch
(8 mm) length of thread. Use a bracket which has been approved for UL1678 standard, and which can endure at least 4 times
or more the weight of the monitor.
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Specifications
nPower management
This monitor conforms to VESA DPMS. Both your video card and computer must support the same standard in order for the
monitor’s power management function to work.
DPMS: Display Power Management Signaling
Power
Hsync
consumption*1
DPMS
Screen
ON STATE
Display
250 W
210 W
Yes
Yes
No
display
35 W *2
35 W *2
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
STANDBY
SUSPEND
OFF STATE
Vsync
*1Upper value: PN-L703A, Lower value: PN-L603A.
*2When CONNECT AUTO INPUT SELECT and NO SIGNAL AUTO INPUT SEL. are set to OFF.
nDDC (plug and play)
The monitor supports the VESA DDC (Display Data Channel) standard.
DDC is a signal standard for plug and play between monitors and computers. Information about resolution and other parameters
is exchanged between the two. This function can be used if the computer supports DDC and it has been configured to detect
plug-and-play monitors.
There are several types of DDC, depending on the communication method used. This monitor supports DDC2B.
nCompatible signal timing (PC)
Screen resolution
VESA
640 × 480
800 × 600
848 × 480
1024 × 768
1152 × 864
1280 × 768
1280 × 800
1280 × 960
1280 × 1024
Wide
US TEXT
Sun
1360 × 768
1400 × 1050
1440 × 900
1600 × 1200*
1680 × 1050
1920 × 1200*
1280 × 720
1920 × 1080
720 × 400
1024 × 768
1152 × 900
1280 × 1024
1600 × 1000
Hsync
Vsync
Dot frequency
31.5kHz
37.9kHz
37.5kHz
35.1kHz
37.9kHz
48.1kHz
46.9kHz
31.0kHz
48.4kHz
56.5kHz
60.0kHz
67.5kHz
47.8kHz
60.3kHz
49.7kHz
60.0kHz
64.0kHz
80.0kHz
47.7kHz
65.3kHz
55.9kHz
75.0kHz
65.3kHz
74.0kHz
44.7kHz
67.5kHz
31.5kHz
48.3kHz
53.6kHz
56.6kHz
61.8kHz
71.8kHz
71.7kHz
81.1kHz
68.6kHz
60Hz
72Hz
75Hz
56Hz
60Hz
72Hz
75Hz
60Hz
60Hz
70Hz
75Hz
75Hz
60Hz
75Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
75Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
60Hz
70Hz
60Hz
66Hz
70Hz
66Hz
76.2Hz
67.2Hz
76Hz
66Hz
25.175MHz
31.5MHz
31.5MHz
36.0MHz
40.0MHz
50.0MHz
49.5MHz
33.75MHz
65.0MHz
75.0MHz
78.75MHz
108.0MHz
79.5MHz
102.25MHz
83.5MHz
108.0MHz
108.0MHz
135.0MHz
85.5MHz
121.75MHz
106.5MHz
162.0MHz
146.25MHz
154.0MHz
74.4MHz
148.5MHz
28.3MHz
64.13MHz
70.4MHz
74.25MHz
94.88MHz
108.23MHz
117.01MHz
134.99MHz
135.76MHz
Digital
DisplayPort
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
HDMI
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
Analog
(D-SUB)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
* Displays a reduced image, except in Dot by Dot. In Dot by Dot, the image will be cut down to panel size then displayed.
• Depending on the connected PC, images may not be displayed properly even if the compatible signal described above is input.
• The frequency values for the Sun are reference values.
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Specifications
nCompatible signal timing (AV)
Screen resolution
1920 × 1080p
1920 × 1080i
1280 × 720p
720 × 576p
720 × 480p
640 × 480p(VGA)
720(1440) × 576i
720(1440) × 480i
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Frequency
24Hz
50Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
50Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
50Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
50Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
50Hz
59.94Hz
60Hz
HDMI
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Component
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Specifications
nD-sub input terminal
(Mini D-sub 15 pin)
No.
Function
pins
No.
nDisplayPort input
(DisplayPort 20 pin)
Function
1
Red video signal input
9
+5V
2
Green video signal input
10
GND
3
Blue video signal input
11
N.C.
4
N.C.
12
DDC data
5
GND
13
Hsync signal input
6
GND for red video signal
14
Vsync signal input
7
GND for green video signal 15
8
GND for blue video signal
nHDMI input terminal
(HDMITM Connector)
No.
Function
DDC clock
pins
No.
terminal pins
Function
No.
Function
TMDS data 2+
11
TMDS clock shield
2
TMDS data 2 shield
12
TMDS clock-
3
TMDS data 2-
13
CEC
4
TMDS data 1+
14
N.C.
5
TMDS data 1 shield
15
SCL
6
TMDS data 1-
16
SDA
7
TMDS data 0+
17
DDC/CEC GND
8
TMDS data 0 shield
18
+5V
9
TMDS data 0-
19
Hot-plug detection
10
TMDS clock+
Function
MainLane 3-
11
Gnd
2
Gnd
12
MainLane 0+
3
MainLane 3+
13
Gnd
4
MainLane 2-
14
Gnd
5
Gnd
15
Aux +
6
MainLane 2+
16
Gnd
7
MainLane 1-
17
Aux -
8
Gnd
18
Hot-plug detection
9
MainLane 1+
19
Gnd
10
MainLane 0-
20
3.3V
nDisplayPort output
(DisplayPort 20 pin)
1
No.
1
No.
Function
terminal pins
No.
Function
1
MainLane 0+
11
Gnd
2
Gnd
12
MainLane 3-
3
MainLane 0-
13
Gnd
4
MainLane 1+
14
Gnd
5
Gnd
15
Aux +
6
MainLane 1-
16
Gnd
7
MainLane 2+
17
Aux -
8
Gnd
18
Hot-plug detection
9
MainLane 2-
19
Gnd
10
MainLane 3+
20
3.3V
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Appendix: System Settings
You can configure the settings related to system among
WHITEBOARD settings.
1. Touch [System mode] on the “System Settings” tab in
WHITEBOARD mode settings screen (see page 31.).
You will be prompted to enter a password.
2. Enter the password and touch [OK].
Enter the password set in the System password.
If a password is not set, enter “00000”.
System restarts in System mode.
3. When you have completed the settings, touch [Normal
mode] on the “System Settings” tab .
You will be prompted to enter a password.
4. Enter the password and touch [OK].
Enter the password set in the System password.
If a password is not set, enter “00000”.
System restarts in Normal mode.
System Settings
System
Normal mode
Restarts the system in Normal mode.
System mode
Restarts the system in System mode.
Startup Settings
Settings for service technicians.
Region and Language Settings
Sets the region and language to be used.
Firewall
Sets the firewall.
Network Settings
Sets the network.
System password
Sets the system password that is required to access the
System Settings screen.
Language
Chages the language of application used in WHITEBOARD.
Change the language to be used in each application.
Set the language according to “Region and Language
Settings”.
Printer Settings
Sets the printer.
Menu Settings
Adds the button to the launcher.
Press [Setting] to select an application.
The button name can be edited.
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Mounting Precautions
(For SHARP dealers and service engineers)
• When installing, removing or moving the monitor, ensure that this is carried out by at least 4 people.
• Be sure to use a wall-mount bracket designed or designated for mounting the monitor.
• This monitor is designed to be installed on a concrete wall or pillar. Reinforced work might be necessary for some materials
such as plaster / thin plastic board / wood before starting installation.
This monitor and bracket must be installed on a wall which can endure at least 4 times or more the weight of the monitor.
Install by the most suitable method for the material and the structure.
• To attach a VESA-compliant mounting bracket, use M6 screws that are 5/16 inch (8 mm) to 3/8 inch (10 mm) longer than the
thickness of the mounting bracket.
• Do not use an impact driver.
• After mounting, please carefully ensure the monitor is secure, and not able to come loose from the wall or mount.
• Do not use any screw holes other than VESA holes for installation.
nAttaching the Tray
Secure the tray using 5 tray mounting screws (M3) (supplied).
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