Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 200 User`s guide

AUTO-SCANNING WITH DIGITAL CONTROL
COLOR DISPLAY MONITOR
MODEL NSH1117STTKW
USER’S GUIDE
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CONTENTS
1.1 Features ........................................................ 6
CAUTION
1.2 Internal Preset Memory Capability ................ 7
The power cord provided with this monitor is designed for safety and must be used with a properly
grounded outlet to avoid possible electrical shock.
1.3 Power Management Function ....................... 7
Do not remove the monitor cabinet as this can
expose you to very high voltages and other hazards.
1.6 Cleaning Your Monitor .................................. 7
1.4 DDC .............................................................. 7
1.5 Location Considerations ............................... 7
1.7 Unpacking ..................................................... 8
1.8 Tilt/Swivel Base ............................................. 8
Screen Position Adjustment .......................... 8
1.9 Quick Operation Chart .................................. 8
2. PART NAME ............................................................ 9
2.1 Control Names .............................................. 9
2.2 Function ........................................................ 9
MANUFACTURER DECLARATION FOR CE-MARKING:
We, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., declare under our sole
responsibility, that this product is in conformity with
the following standards:
EN60950
EN55022 Class B
EN50082-1
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
following the provisions of:
73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive
89/336/EEC EMC Directive
3. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION ..................... 10
3.1 AC Power Connection ................................... 10
3.2 Signal Cable Connection .............................. 10
3.2.1 Connecting to any IBM VGA Compatible
System ................................................... 10
3.2.2 Connecting to an Apple Macintosh
Computer ............................................... 10
3.2.3 Connecting to two computers ................ 10
3.3 Installation of USB Function .......................... 11
4. OSD(On Screen Display) FUNCTIONS .................. 13
WARNING!
4.1 How to adjust the screen .............................. 13
This product is not designed for use in life support
devices and Mitsubishi Electric corporation makes no
representations to the contrary. Life support devices
are those devices which are used to measure, diagnose, or evaluate the tissue, systems or functions of
the human body; or other devices employed to support
or sustain life or good health.
4.2 Adjustment Items .......................................... 14
5. TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................ 17
6. SPECIFICATIONS ................................................... 19
7. APPENDIX .............................................................. 20
7.1 Monitor Signal Input Connector (DB9-15P) .. 20
7.2 SC-B104 Signal Cable .................................. 20
7.3 Optional Macintosh Adapter AD-A205 Settings 20
Trademark
IBM, PC, PS/2, PS/V, Personal System/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corp.
Apple Macintosh is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
Quadra is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc.
UNIX is a registered trademark in the United States and other
countries, licensed exclusively through X/Open Company Limited.
ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered mark.
© 1999 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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ENGLISH
1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................... 6
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation has determined that this product meets
the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS STATEMENT FOR U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
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高調波ガイドライン適合品
この装置は、情報処理装置等電波障害自主規制協議会
(VCCI)の基準に基づくクラスB情報技術装置です。この装置
は、家庭環境で使用することを目的としていますが、この装
置がラジオやテレビジョン受信機に近接して使用されると、
受信障害を引き起こすことがあります。
取扱説明書に従って正しい取り扱いをしてください。
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN TESTED AND FOUND
TO COMPLY WITH THE LIMITS WITH SIGNAL
CABLE SC-B104. USE IT TO REDUCE THE POSSIBILITY OF CAUSING INTERFERENCE TO RADIO,
TELEVISION, AND OTHER ELECTRIC DEVICES.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. DO
NOT ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THIS EQUIPMENT. IF
MODIFIED, YOUR AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THIS
EQUIPMENT MIGHT BE VOIDED BY FCC.
Declaration of Conformity - United States only
Product Name:
Type:
Brand Name:
22 in. (55cm) Color Display Monitor
NSH1117STTKW
MITSUBISHI
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
For questions regarding this declaration, contact:
Mitsubishi Electronics America, Inc.
5665 Plaza Drive, P.O. Box 6007,
Cypress, California 90630-0007
or, call
714-220-2500
To identify this product, refer to the model number found
on the product.
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Below you will find a brief summary of the environmental
requirements met by this product. The complete
environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO’99 approved and labelled
product! Your choice has provided you with a product
developed for professional use. Your purchase has also
contributed to reducing the burden on the environment and
also to the further development of environmentally adapted
electronics products.
Environmental requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards,
cables, wires, casings and housings. Their purpose is to
prevent, or at least to delay the spread of fire. Up to 30% of
the plastic in a computer casing can consist of flame
retardant substances. Most flame retardants contain
bromine or chloride, and those flame retardants are
chemically related to another group of environmental toxins,
PCBs. Both the flame retardants containing bromine or
chloride and the PCBs are suspected of giving rise to
severe health effects, including reproductive damage in
fish-eating birds and mammals, due to the bio-accumulative*
processes. Flame retardants have been found in human
blood and researchers fear that disturbances in foetus
development may occur.
The relevant TCO’99 demand requires that plastic
components weighing more than 25 grams must not contain
flame retardants with organically bound bromine or chlorine.
Flame retardants are allowed in the printed circuit boards
since no substitutes are available.
Why do we have environmentally labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an
established method for encouraging the adaptation of
goods and services to the environment. The main problem,
as far as computers and other electronics equipment are
concerned, is that environmentally harmful substances are
used both in the products and during their manufacture.
Since it is not so far possible to satisfactorily recycle the
majority of electronics equipment, most of these potentially
damaging substances sooner or later enter nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as
energy consumption levels, that are important from the
viewpoints of both the work (internal) and natural (external)
environments. Since all methods of electricity generation
have a negative effect on the environment (e.g. acidic and
climate-influencing emissions, radioactive waste), it is vital
to save energy. Electronics equipment in offices is often left
running continuously and thereby consumes a lot of energy.
Cadmium* *
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the
colour-generating layers of certain computer displays.
Cadmium damages the nervous system and is toxic in high
doses. The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that
batteries, the colour-generating layers of display screens
and the electrical or electronics components must not
contain any cadmium.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’99 scheme
which provides for international and environmental labelling
of personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed
as a joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of
Professional Employees), Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen
(The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and Statens
Energimyndighet (The Swedish National Energy
Administration).
Mercury* *
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and
switches. It damages the nervous system and is toxic in
high doses. The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that
batteries may not contain any mercury. It also demands
that mercury is not present in any of the electrical or
electronics components associated with the labelled unit.
Approval requirements cover a wide range of issues:
environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of electric
and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical
and fire safety.
CFCs (freons)
The relevant TCO’99 requirement states that neither CFCs
nor HCFCs may be used during the manufacture and
assembly of the product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes
used for washing printed circuit boards. CFCs break down
ozone and thereby damage the ozone layer in the
stratosphere, causing increased reception on earth of
ultraviolet light with e.g. increased risks of skin cancer
(malignant melanoma) as a consequence.
The environmental demands impose restrictions on the
presence and use of heavy metals, brominated and
chlorinated flame retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated
solvents, among other things. The product must be prepared
for recycling and the manufacturer is obliged to have an
environmental policy which must be adhered to in each
country where the company implements its operational
policy.
The energy requirements include a demand that the
computer and/or display, after a certain period of inactivity,
shall reduce its power consumption to a lower level in one
or more stages. The length of time to reactivate the computer
shall be reasonable for the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands,
for example, in respect of the reduction of electric and
magnetic fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good
usability.
Lead* *
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens,
solders and capacitors. Lead damages the nervous system
and in higher doses, causes lead poisoning. The relevant
TCO´99 requirement permits the inclusion of lead since no
replacement has yet been developed.
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Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which
accumulate within living organisms
Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals which
are Bio-accumulative.
ENGLISH
TCO Development
SE-114 94 Stockholm, Sweden
Fax: +46 8 782 92 07
Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO’99 approved and
labelled products may also be
obtained via the Internet, using the address:
http://www.tco-info.com/
1
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the high resolution
color monitor. We designed this monitor to provide you with
years of reliable trouble-free operation.
This guide tells you how to connect, adjust and care for your
monitor. This guide also provides technical specifications
and instructions for troubleshooting any basic problems
you may experience with your monitor.
1.1
Features
This monitor is a 55cm/22"(51cm/20" Diagonal Viewable
Image) intelligent, microprocessor-based monitor compatible with most analog RGB (Red, Green, Blue) display
standards.
It provides crisp text and vivid color graphics with both PC
and Macintosh platforms.
•
The monitor’s wide auto-scanning compatibility range
makes it possible to upgrade video cards or software
without purchasing a new monitor.
•
Digitally controlled auto-scanning is done using an
internal microprocessor, for horizontal scan frequencies between 30kHz and 108kHz, and vertical scan
frequencies between 50Hz and 160Hz. The microprocessor-based intelligence allows the monitor to operate
in each frequency mode with the precision of a fixed
frequency monitor.
•
The monitor contains resident memory for pre-programmed screen display standards and is also capable
of storing additional user adjustment parameters.
•
The monitor is capable of producing a non-interlaced
maximum addressable resolution format of 1800 dots x
1440 lines. This display is well suited for windowing
environments.
•
Because of the analog signal inputs, the monitor can
display an unlimited palette of colors that can be
manually adjusted to suit your specific needs.
•
The monitor has a power management function accorded to VESATM-DPMSTM-standard. To save energy,
the monitor must be connected to a system compliant
with the VESATM -DPMSTM-standard. (Refer to your
computer and/or video card instructions for proper
operation.)
•
To ensure ease of installation and ongoing use, the
monitor features On Screen Display (OSD) of all monitor set-up and adjustment functions.
•
For use in a variety of applications, the monitor complies with UL 1950, CSA C22.2 No.950 and EN60950
for safety, FCC Class-B, VCCI Class-B and EN55022
Class-B for EMI, MPR-II, ISO 9241-3, ISO9241-7 and
ISO9241-8 for ergonomics. The monitor also complies
with TCO’99 guideline for environmental safe use.
•
The world's standard DIAMONDTRON NF CRT upgraded and pure picture images.
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The monitor complies with Video Electronics Standards
Association (VESATM) DDCTM1/2B(EDID) specification.
If your computer is Plug & Play compliant setup will be
done automatically.
•
Fine 0.24mm aparture grille pitch/Maximum addressable resolution of 1800 x 1440.
1.2
1.5
Internal Preset Memory Capability
When setting up and using the monitor, keep the following
in mind:
•
For optimum viewing, avoid placing the monitor
against a bright background or where sunlight or
other light sources may reflect on the display area of
the monitor. Place the monitor just below eye level.
•
Place the monitor away from strong magnetic or
electromagnetic fields, such as high capacity transformers, electric motors, large current power lines,
steel pillars, etc....
Magnetism can cause distortion in the picture and/or
color purity.
•
Avoid covering the slots or openings of the monitor.
Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor so the
heat from the monitor can properly dissipate. Avoid
putting the monitor into any enclosure that does not
have adequate ventilation.
•
Avoid exposing the monitor to rain, excessive moisture, or dust, as this can cause a fire or shock hazard.
•
Avoid placing the monitor, or any other heavy object,
on the power cord. Damage to the power cord can
cause a fire or electrical shock.
•
When transporting the monitor, handle it with care.
Table 1. Memory Buffer Factory Presets
1.3
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
N.I.
Fh(kHz) Fv (Hz)
31.5
60.0
53.7
85.1
60.0
75.0
68.7
85.0
68.7
75.1
80.0
75.0
91.1
85.0
93.8
75.0
106.3
85.0
Polarity
H
V
–
–
+
+
+
+
+
+
–
–
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Power Management Function
1.6
The monitor has a power management function which
reduces the power consumption of the monitor when not
in use.
Power saving mode is invoked by a VESA DPMScompliant computer. Check your computer's manual for
setting this function.
Mode
Power
Power-On Indicator
Normal
Power Saving Mode
140 W
5W
Green
Amber
1.4
Cleaning Your Monitor
When cleaning the monitor, please follow these guidelines:
•
Always unplug the monitor before cleaning.
•
Wipe the screen and cabinet front and sides with a
soft unspoil cloth to prevent causing imperfections.
•
If the screen requires more than dusting, apply
water or neutral detergent to a soft cloth to clean the
monitor screen.
DDC
CAUTION
TM
TM
The monitor includes the VESA DDC 1 and DDC 2B
feature. DDC (Display Data Channel) is a communication
channel over which the monitor automatically informs the
computer system about its capabilities (e.g. each supported resolution with its corresponding timing).
DDC is routed through previously unused pins of the 15-pin
VGA connector.
The system will “Plug and Play” if both monitor and computer implement the DDC protocol.
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Do not use benzene, thinner or any volatile substances to clean the unit as the finish may be
permanently marked.
•
Never leave the monitor in contact with rubber or
vinyl for an extended time period.
•
Do not spray directly on the screen as cleaner may
drip into the monitor and damage the circuitry.
•
Never use an abrasive cleaner on the screen surface as this will damage the anti-reflection coating.
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To minimize adjustment needs, the factory has preset
popular display standards into the monitor, as shown in
Table 1. If any of these display standards are detected, the
picture size and position are automatically adjusted. All of
the factory presets may be overwritten by adjusting the user
controls. This monitor is capable of automatically storing up
to 15 additional display standards. The new display information must differ from any of the existing display standards by at least 1kHz for the horizontal scan frequency or
1Hz for the vertical scan frequency or the sync signal
polarities must be different.
PRESET
TIMING
640 x
480
800 x
600
1024 x
768
1024 x
768
1152 x
870
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
1600 x 1200
Location Considerations
1.7
1.9 Quick Operation Chart
Unpacking
To summarize the steps in connecting your computer
with the color monitor and setting the necessary controls
and switches, refer to the chart below.
After you unpack the box you should have all of the items
indicated in Figure 1. Save the box and packing materials
in case you transport the monitor. Complete and mail in
warranty card.
2
1
3
Connect the color monitor and computer with
the necessary cords and cables.
See
Section 3. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
5
4
6
Turn on the color monitor.
Turn on the computer.
Figure 1
4. User's Guide
(this document)
5. Warranty-Card
6. Questionnaire-Card
1. Color Monitor
2. AC Power Cord
3. Signal Cable SC-B104
Set the controls.
See
Section 4. OSD(On Screen
Display) FUNCTIONS
OK
1.8
Tilt/Swivel Base
If a problem appears.
OK
The monitor comes with a tilt/swivel base. This enables you
to position the monitor at the best angle and tilt for
maximum viewing comfort.
See Section 5. TROUBLESHOOTING
If the problem persists.
Screen Position Adjustment
Adjust the tilt and rotation of the monitor by placing your
hands at opposite sides of the case. You can adjust the
monitor 90 degrees right or left, 10 degrees up or 5 degrees
down, as shown below.
Call for your authorized MITSUBISHI
Product Support.
10
90
90
5
Figure 2
CAUTION
Keep your fingers away from the pivot area of the tilt/swivel
base.
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PART NAME
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2.1
Control Names
See Figures 3 and 4 for the location of the user controls,
indicator and connectors.
Each part is identified by number and is described
individually.
REAR
FRONT
D-SUB
D-SUB
SIGNAL-A
SIGNAL-B
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Figure 4
Figure 3
2.2
Function
7. AC POWER CONNECTOR
1. POWER SWITCH: A push-on / push-off switch for AC
power.
8. SIGNAL INPUT CONNECTOR (SIGNAL A):DB9-15P
2. POWER-ON INDICATOR: This indicator illuminates
green when AC power is on, and illuminates amber
when the monitor is in the power management modes.
9. SIGNAL INPUT CONNECTOR (SIGNAL B):DB9-15P
10. UPSTREAM PORT: To connect to a USB equipped
computer for Monitor Control Function.
3. INPUT CONNECTOR SELECT/OSD OFF BUTTON:
• Without OSD screen, push to select the signal input
connector, SIGNAL A or B.
• With OSD screen, push to turn the OSD screen off.
If only one input is used, the monitor will select it automatically.
4. DOWN BUTTON: Push to select group icon.
5. ITEM SELECT BUTTON: Push to select the item icon.
6. FUNCTION ADJUST BUTTONS: Push the adjust
buttons to adjust the image on the screen.
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3.2.2 Connecting to An Apple Macintosh Computer
3 INSTALLATION AND
Figure 6 shows the SC-B104 cable and AD-A205
Adapter(option) to the video port in an Apple Macintosh.
CONNECTION
For Macintosh Adapter AD-A205, contact your dealer.
On the back of the monitor three plug-in connections are
provided: AC power connector for the AC input, and two
DB9-15P connectors for video signal input.
3.1
1.
2.
AC Power Connection
One end of the AC power cord is connected to the AC
power connector on the back of the monitor. The other end
is plugged into a properly grounded three-prong AC outlet.
The monitor’s auto-sensing power supply can automatically detect 100-120V AC or 220-240V AC and 50 or 60Hz.
3.2
3.
4.
Signal Cable Connection
5.
The DB9-15P(VGA) connector is provided for compatible
analog RGB outputs from your computer. Apple Macintosh
computers can also be interfaced with using the optional
Mitsubishi Macintosh adapter AD-A205.
6.
7.
Power off, both the monitor and the computer.
Set the DIP switches of Macintosh Adapter according
to the setting chart.
(See Section 7.3 Optional Macintosh Adapter ADA205 Settings)
Connect the 15-pin (DB-15P) end of the AD-A205
Adapter to the straight 15-pin connector on the
Macintosh video port on the computer or on the video
board.
Connect the sub-miniature 15-pin (DB9-15P) end of
the AD-A205 Adapter to the SC-B104 cable.
Connect the other end of the SC-B104 cable to the
DB9-15P receptacle on the back of the monitor.
Power on the monitor, then the Macintosh.
After using the system, power off the monitor, then the
Macintosh.
3.2.1 Connecting to Any IBM VGA Compatible System
Apple Macintosh
Computer
Figure 5 shows the SC-B104 cable connection to the Video
Graphics Array (VGA) port in an IBM Personal System/2®
series, or any VGA compatible system.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
SIGNAL-A
Power Cord
Cable SC-B104
Figure 6
•
•
Computer
For the Apple Macintosh Computers having a VGA
compatible port, steps 2 through 4 are not necessary.
Connect the end of the signal cable to the port directly.
In case of Apple Macintosh G3 series, use "Control
Panel" of "Apple Menu" when selecting a resolution.
If select the resolution from "Control Bar", no screen
may be displayed and the computer may freeze.
D-SUB
SIGNAL-A
VGA
Compatible
System
SIGNAL-B
3.2.3 Connecting to two computers
Figure 7 shows the connection to two computers
DB9-15P
Power Cord
SIGNAL-B
Macintosh
Adapter
AD-A205
(Option)
Power off, both the monitor and the computer.
Connect the one end of the SC-B104 cable to the
DB9-15P connector on the VGA controller card.
Connect the other end of the SC-B104 cable to the
DB9-15P receptacle on the back of the monitor.
Power on the monitor, then the computer.
After using the system, power off the monitor, then
the computer.
D-SUB
Computer
D-SUB
D-SUB
Refer to clause 3.2.1 or 3.2.2 for the connection procedure.
Cable SC-B104
Figure 5
D-SUB
CAUTION
D-SUB
B
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible. During servicing, disconnect the plug from the socket-outlet.
Méme si le moniteur est mis hors tension il reste toujours
alimenté. La prise secteur devrait ainsi ètre facilement
accssible en cas d'urgence.
Computer B
SIGNAL-A
SIGNAL-B
Computer A
VGA Cable
Cable SC-B104
Figure 7
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3.3
(4) Click “Next” on Figure 8 and Figure 9 will appear.
Installation of USB Function
Power on the display monitor and then the computer.
2.
Enumerate the Mitsubishi Monitor Function using
the following procedure.
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1.
(1) Insert Windows® 98 CD-ROM into your computer.
(2) Connect the computer and the display monitor with an
USB cable.
BACK
Figure 9
D-SUB
D-SUB
(5) Click “Next” on Figure 9 and Figure 10 will appear.
SIGNAL-A
SIGNAL-B
Upstream
Port
Figure 10
USB Cable
(6) Click “CD-ROM Drive(C)” , and click “Next”. Figure 11
will appear.
Computer
NOTE
The computer is required to have Windows® 98 installed
and USB functions.
(3) Then, Figure 8 will appear.
Figure 11
(7) Click “Next” on Figure 11 and Figure 12 will appear.
Click “Finish” on Figure 12 to complete Enumeration of
Mitsubishi Monitor Function.
Figure 8
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(8) USB Monitor Control will be available when installing
"USB Monitor Control Software" into the computer.
The "USB Monitor Control Software" can be downloaded from Mitsubishi Internet Home Page:
http://www.mitsubishi-display.com/
NOTE
The following should be observed in order to use the USB
function reliably:
•
•
Figure 12
You can confirm that Enumeration of Mitsubishi Monitor
Function is successfull with the following method.
•
Open “Device Manager” tab in “System” property
under “Control Panel”. Confirm that “HID-compliant
Device” and “USB Human Interface Device” are listed
in “Human Interface Device”. If you can’t confirm it, reenumerate “Mitsubishi Monitor Function” again by
following (a) or (b).
(a) Disconnect and connect the USB cable to the upstream port of the display monitor.
(b) Cycle power of the display monitor off then on.
NOTE
If the mark
appears with “HID-Compliant Device”
and/or “USB Human Interface Device”, the enumeration was unsuccessful. Select “HID-Compliant Device
“and/or “USB Human Interface Device marked with
mark and click “Remove” and “Refresh”. After
that, the enumeration is automatically started.
Generic USB Hub
Figure 13
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Make sure the connection is made firmly and correctly.
Close all Windows program before changing the Upstream port or disconnecting USB cable.
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4.1
OSD (On Screen Display)
FUNCTIONS
How to adjust the screen
The monitor has an OSD(On Screen Display) function.
The following procedure shows how to adjust the screen
using the OSD function.
(1) Turn on the monitor.
(5)Adjust by pressing
or
button.
(6)If you don't press any button for about 12 seconds,
the OSD screen will disappear.
(2) Press button
screen.
The OSD can be turned off quickly by pressing
button.
to display the OSD
CONTRAST
(3) Select the group icon on Main Menu by pressing
.
CONTRAST
Main Menu
(4) Select the item icon on Sub Menu by pressing
button.
Sub Menu
CONTRAST
NOTE
When pressing both
and
buttons simultaneously,
moving direction of item selection becomes reverse.
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4.2
Adjustment Items
X:
Items
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
COLOR NO
R-GAIN
G-GAIN
B-GAIN
COLOR TEMPERATURE
COLOR RESET
HORIZ-SIZE
HORIZ-PHASE
VERT-SIZE
VERT-POSITION
PINCUSHION
KEYSTONE
TOP-PIN
BOTTOM-PIN
PIN-BALANCE
KEY-BALANCE
VERT-LIN-BALANCE
VERT-LIN
ROTATION
ZOOM
GEOMETRY RESET
FINE PICTURE MODE
HORIZ-CONVERGENCE
VERT-CONVERGENCE
CORNER PURITY (TL)
CORNER PURITY (TR)
CORNER PURITY (BL)
CORNER PURITY (BR)
MOIRE CANCEL
MOIRE CANCEL LEVEL
CLAMP PULSE POSITION
VIDEO LEVEL
DEGAUSS
POWER SAVE
CONTROL LOCK
OSD POSITION
ALL RESET
GTF AUTO ADJUST
DIAGNOSIS
LANGUAGE
Function
Adjusts the contrast level.
Adjusts the black level of the screen
Select the desired color from Color 1, Color 2, and Color 3 presets.
Adjusts the red-color balances for the selected color.
Adjusts the green-color balances for the selected color.
Adjusts the blue-color balances for the selected color.
Adjusts the color temperature of the image on the screen.
Restores the each color gain and color temperature to the factory preset.
Adjusts the horizontal size of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the horizontal position of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the vertical size of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the vertical position of the image on the screen.
Straightens the left and right sides of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the parallelism of the left and right sides of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the pincushioning at the top corners of the screen.
Adjusts the pincushioning at the bottom corners of the screen.
Adjusts the curvature of the left and right sides of the image on the screen.
Adjusts the vertical slant or tilt of the screen image.
Centers the linearity of the vertical axis of the screen.
Adjusts the linearity of the vertical axis of the screen.
Adjusts the rotation of the image on the screen.
Zooms the screen to all sides.
Restores to the factory preset level.(See "NOTE" below.)
Selects the status which provides the most pleasing image.
Adjusts the horizontal alignment of the red, green and blue beams.
Adjusts the vertical alignment of the red, green and blue beams.
Adjusts the purity of the top-left corners of the screen.
Adjusts the purity of the top-right corners of the screen.
Adjusts the purity of the bottom-left corners of the screen.
Adjusts the purity of the bottom-right corners of the screen.
When setting to ON, the moire level on the screen can decreased by the MOIRE
CANCEL LEVEL.
Adjusts the moire level on the screen.
Uses this function to eliminate excessive green or white background that may occur
when both Sync-On-Green and external sync signals are applied to the monitor.
Selects video level 1.0V or 0.7V. (0.7V Standard)
Eliminates possible color shading or impurity.
When setting to ON, the power consumption of the monitor will be reduced when not in use
if your computer is set for power management.
Locks the OSD function except for "BRIGHT" and "CONTRAST".
Moves the OSD screen position.
Restores all items to the factory preset level.(See "NOTE" below.)
Adjusts the screen size and distortion automatically.
Indicates the current scanning frequency, factory or user preset timing number, and
signal input connector.
Selects the language used on OSD screen.
A. Press "GEOMETRY RESET" to restore to the factory preset level.
B. Press
and
buttons together, to restore to the factory preset level.
C. Press "ALL RESET" to restore to the factory preset level.
D. Set data does not change by the change of the signal timing.
If a non-Factory Preset timing is used, "GEOMETRY RESET" and "ALL RESET" do not work.
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A
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
-
Available
B
C
D
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
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X
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X
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X
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X
-
-
-
-
X
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-
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X
Group
Icon
Item
Icon
Item
BRIGHT
Press the Plus Button
To decrease the contrast.
To increase the contrast.
To decrease the brightness.
To increase the brightness.
COLOR NO
To select color 1, color 2, color 3.
R-GAIN
To decrease red color level of the color
mode selected by "COLOR NO".
To increase red color level of the color
mode selected by "COLOR NO".
G-GAIN
To decrease green color level of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
To increase green color level of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
B-GAIN
To decrease blue color level of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
To increase blue color level of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
COLOR TEMPERATURE
To decrease the color temperature of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
To increase the color temperature of the
color mode selected by "COLOR NO".
To restore the color-gain and color temperature of the color mode selected by
"COLOR NO" to the factory preset.
HORIZ-SIZE
To narrow the width of the image
on the screen.
To expand the width of the image
on the screen.
HORIZ-PHASE
To move the image on the screen
to the left.
To move the image on the screen
to the right.
VERT-SIZE
To narrow the height of the image
on the screen.
To expand the height of the image
on the screen.
To move the image down.
To move the image up.
To collapse the center of the image.
To decrease the width at the top
of the screen image and to
increase the width at the bottom.
To expand the center of the
image.
To increase the width at the top of
the screen image and to decrease
the width at the bottom.
TOP-PIN
To expand the width of the screen
image near the corners of top.
To narrow the width of the screen
image near the corners of top.
BOTTOM-PIN
To expand the width of the screen
image near the corners of bottom.
To narrow the width of the screen
image near the corners of bottom.
PIN-BALANCE
To move the top and bottom of the
screen image to the right.
To move the top and bottom of
the screen image to the left.
To make the screen slant to the
left.
To vertically expand the bottom of
the screen and compress the top.
To vertically compress the center of
the screen and expand the top and
bottom.
To make the screen slant to the
right.
COLOR RESET
VERT-POSITION
PINCUSHION
KEYSTONE
KEY-BALANCE
VERT-LIN-BALANCE
VERT-LIN
To vertically compress the bottom
of the screen and expand the top.
To vertically expand the center of the
screen and compress the top and
bottom.
ROTATION
To rotate the image counterclockwise.
To rotate the image clockwise.
ZOOM
To narrow the screen to all sides.
To expand the screen to all sides.
To restore to factory preset level.
GEOMETRY RESET
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ENGLISH
CONTRAST
Press the Minus Button
Group
Icon
Item
Icon
Press the Minus Button
Press the Plus Button
Item
FINE PICTURE MODE
To select the status which provides the most pleasing image.
HORIZ-CONVERGENCE
To adjust the horizontal beam alignment on the full screen area.
VERT-CONVERGENCE
To adjust the vertical beam alignment on the full screen area.
CORNER PURITY(TL)
To adjust the purity condition on the top-left corner.
CORNER PURITY(TR)
To adjust the purity condition on the top-right corner.
CORNER PURITY(BL)
To adjust the purity condition on the bottom-left corner.
CORNER PURITY(BR)
To adjust the purity condition on the bottom-right corner.
MOIRE CANCEL
To select the Moire Cancel mode
off.
To select the Moire Cancel mode
on.
MOIRE CANCEL LEVEL To decrease the level of the moire-clear wave.
CLAMP PULSE POSITION
VIDEO LEVEL
To eliminate an excessive green or white-back ground that may
occur when both Sync-On-Green and external sync signals are
applied to the monitor.
To clamp the video signal at the
back of the H-Sync pulse. If you
To clamp the video signal at
connect to an older Macintosh, you
the front of the H-Sync pulse.
may need to press plus button.
To select 1.0V of video input.
To select 0.7V of video input.
To eliminate possible color shading or
impurity due to magnetic effects.
DEGAUSS
POWER-SAVE
To select the constant power
consumption mode.
To select the power-save mode.
(Your computer must be set for
power management.)
CONTROL LOCK
To unlock the OSD function.
To lock the OSD function except for
"BRIGHT" and "CONTRAST".
To move the OSD screen position
in a counter clockwise direction.
To move the OSD screen
position in a clockwise direction.
OSD POSITION
ALL RESET
To restore all items to the factory
preset.
GTF AUTO ADJUST
To adjust screen size, position and
distortions automatically.
DIAGNOSIS
To show the current scanning frequency, Preset No., and signal input
connection.
LANGUAGE
To choose the language used on OSD.
ENG......English, FRA......French,
ITA......Italian,
GER......German,
ESP......Spanish,
JPN......Japanese
NOTE
CONTROL LOCK: This is to lock the OSD function to keep the OSD screen image you set.
Press plus button to lock the OSD function. You can adjust only "BRIGHT" and "CONTRAST" at the condition.
Press minus button to unlock the locked condition.
GTF: This function is available when the computer has the GTFTM function according to the VESA®GTFTM standard.
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5
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
ITEMS TO CHECK
LOCATION
• Contrast and brightness controls.
• Front
• Power switch.
• AC power cord disconnected.
• Front
• Rear
• Signal cable disconnected.
• Computer power switch.
• Power management function is active.
• Rear
• Computer
• Press any key on the keyboard
or move the mouse.
• Signal cable disconnected.
• Computer power switch.
• Power management function is active.
• Rear
• Computer
• Press any key on the keyboard
or move the mouse.
• Input signal frequency range is too high or too low for the
monitor to synchronize with.
• Check the specification of
graphics adapter
• Do "GEOMETRY-RESET" or "ALL RESET" for a standard signal.
• Adjust HORIZ-SIZE, VERT-SIZE, HORIZ-PHASE, and
VERT-POSITION with non-standard signals.
• Monitor may not be able to get full-screen image depend on
signal. In this case, please select other resolution, or other
vertical refresh timing.
• Make sure you wait a few seconds after adjusting the size
of the image before changing or disconnecting the signal.
• Front (OSD)
• Front (OSD)
• "VIDEO LEVEL" is not at the appropriate position for
your graphics adapter output. (0.7v or 1.0Vp-p).
• Front (OSD)
LED On
(Green)
LED Off
No
picture
LED On
(Amber)
The following message appeared.
The following message appeared.
ATTENTION
SIGNAL FREQUENCY
IS OUT OF RANGE.
FH
FH 24.8KHz
24.8KHz
FV 43.0Hz
Abnormal picture
PLEASE CHANGE
SIGNAL TIMING.
Display is missing, center shifts,
or too small or too
large of a display
size
Display is dark or
too bright
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ENGLISH
Before calling your Authorized Product Support, please
check that the items below are properly connected or set.
In case of using a non-standard signal, please check the
pin assignments and the signal timing of your computer
with the specification outlined in Section 6. SPECIFICATIONS and Section 7. APPENDIX.
ITEMS TO CHECK
PROBLEM
LOCATION
Abnormal Picture
• Thin vertical black lines on one or both sides of the screen.
This minor condition is caused by grille element overlap
which can occur during shipping.
Black vertical
lines are visible
on the screen.
Two fine horizontal
lines are visible on
the screen.
•
–
Position an open white window over the affected area of
the screen and maximize the brightness and contrast
controls. This will cause localized heating of the overlap
which will clear in a few minutes. Be sure to readjust the
brightness and contrast controls back to the normal viewing
levels after this procedure.
• The 2 very faint thin lines across the screen are normal.
They are caused by the aperture grille stabilization
filaments(Damper Wires) which are required for all
aperture grille CRTs’.
•
–
Aperture Grille
Shadow of
Damper Wires
Electron Gun
Damper Wires
Shadow of Damper Wires
A buzzing sound
when power on.
Aperture Grille Type
• A brief vibration or hum sound that is heard just after power
up is normal. This is caused by the automatic degaussing
function. This sound will be heard each time the monitor is
powered up from a cold start and each time the manual
degauss button is used.
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•
–
6
SPECIFICATIONS
55cm/22"(51cm/20" Diagonal Viewable Image)
Mask type
Aperture grille
Gun
In-line
Deflection angle
90°
Phosphors
Red, Green, Blue EBU (medium short persistence)
Aperture grille pitch
0.24mm
Phosphor pitch
0.25mm
Face Plate
Anti-glare, Anti-reflection and Anti-static coating
Focusing method
Dynamic Beam Forming (DBF)
INPUT SIGNAL
Video
Sync
0.7Vp-p analog RGB
Sync. on Green or separate H, V sync., or Composite sync
SIGNAL INTERFACE
Input Connectors
Input Impedance
DB9-15P x 2
75Ω (video), 2.2kΩ (sync.)
SCANNING
Horizontal
30 - 108kHz
FREQUENCY
Vertical
50 - 160Hz
RESOLUTION (HxV)
1800 dots x 1440 lines Non-Interlaced maximum addressable resolution format at 72Hz
WARM-UP TIME
30 minutes to reach optimum performance level
BRIGHTNESS
100cd/m2, standard full white video signal at 9300K (+ 8MPCD)
BLANKING TIME
DISPLAY SIZE
Horizontal
Vertical
393mm x 295mm(typ.)
2.3 µsec (typ.)
450 µsec (typ.)
ratio 4:3
COLOR
5000K~9300K
POWER SOURCE
OPERATING
AC100-120/220-240V±10% 50/60Hz 140W (typ.)
Temperature
5 - 35°C
10 - 90%RH (without condensation)
ENVIRONMENT
Humidity
DIMENSIONS
WEIGHT
(W)19.7inch x (H)19.7inch x (D)19.0inch / (W) 500mm x (H) 500mm x (D) 482mm
Approx. 29.5kg (65 lbs.)
TILT/SWIVEL
BASE
Tilt Angle
Swivel Angle
Safety
-5° - +10°
±90°
UL1950 (UL), CSA C22.2 No.950 (C-UL)
EN60950 (TÜV-GS)
EMC
FCC Class-B, DOC Class-B
EN55022 Class-B, VCCI Class-B
EN50082-1, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
REGULATIONS
X-Ray
DHHS, HWC, Röv vom 8.1, 1987
Other
CE-Marking, MPR-II/TCO'91
ISO9241-3, ISO9241-7, ISO9241-8 (TÜV-GS)
TCO '99
International ENERGY STAR Program
Guidelines for the Suppression of Harmonics
in Appliances and General-Use Equipment
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ENGLISH
CRT
Size
7
7.1
APPENDIX
7.2
Monitor Signal Input Connector (DB9-15P)
(Female)
5
DB9-15P
9
10
15
3
4
13
Approx. 1.8m
1
2
7
8
14
SC-B104 Signal Cable
2
1
6
12
6
11
12
MOUNTED ON THE REAR PANEL
4
3
9
8
7
11
13
5
10
14
15
DB9-15P(Male)
DB9-15P(Male)
PIN ASSIGNMENTS
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PIN ASSIGNMENTS
Signal
RED VIDEO
GREEN VIDEO
or COMPOSITE SYNC with GREEN VIDEO
BLUE VIDEO
GROUND
DDC GROUND
RED GROUND
GREEN GROUND
BLUE GROUND
NC
SYNC GROUND
GROUND
SDA
HORIZONTAL SYNC
or COMPOSITE SYNC
VERTICAL SYNC(VCLK)
SCL
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
DDC ................
SDA ................
SCL .................
NC ..................
DDC .................. DISPLAY DATA CHANNEL
SDA ................... SERIAL DATA
SCL ................... SERIAL CLOCK
NC ..................... NO-CONNECTION
7.3
SCL
DISPLAY DATA CHANNEL
SERIAL DATA
SERIAL CLOCK
NO-CONNECTION
Optional Macintosh Adapter AD-A205 Settings
(2)
The AD-A205 Macintosh Adapter(option) allows you to
take an advantage of the built in video capabilities of
your Macintosh computer with the monitor.
(1)
Signal
RED
GREEN
BLUE
GROUND
DDC GROUND
RED GROUND
GREEN GROUND
BLUE GROUND
NC
SYNC GROUND
GROUND
SDA
HORIZONTAL SYNC
VERTICAL SYNC(VCLK)
Set the dip switches of the adapter, before connect
to the computer.
Set the dip switches according to the following chart.
By using the following chart, you can choose a main
resolution, quickly.
If you wish to operate by other resolution, refer to
next page; “AD-A205 Mac Adapter Setting Chart”
Apple Macintosh
Macintosh IIsi, IIci, IIvi, IIvx, LC, LC II
Dip Switches
Switch
ON
1,2
Macintosh
Macintosh LC III, LC475, LC630
2,4
N
5
20
O
-A
AD
1
2
5
4
I
3
SH
BI
SU
IT
M
6
Macintosh Quadra 610, 650, 700, 800, 840AV, 900, 950
1,2,3,4
Macintosh Centris 610, 650, 660AV
ON
Display monitor
F
OF
Performa 6260, 6310, 6410, 6420
Power Macintosh 6100, 6100AV, 6200, 6300
Power Macintosh 7100AV, 7200, 7300, 7500, 7600
Power Macintosh 8100, 8100AV, 8500, 8600
Power Macintosh 9500, 9600
Workgroup Server 7350, 8150, 9150, 9650
Power Macintosh 4400, G3
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1,2,6
3,4
Switch Setting
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1,2
1,2
3,4
IIvi
IIvx
Macintosh
3,4
1,2
2,4
1,2
3,4
2,4
2,3
1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4
2,3
3,4
2,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
2,4
3,4
1,2
1,2,6
2,4
3,4
1,2
3,4
1,2
3,4
3,4
1,2
3,4
Centris
610
650
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
6100
6100AV
8100
7100AV
6100AV
8100AV
7100AV
AV
8100AV Video Card
DRAM
(DB-15)
Video Port
(HDI-45)
6410 Workgroup
8100
Server
VRAM
6420
8150
Video Card
9150
(DB-15)
Performa
LC LCIII LC630 Quadra Quadra Quadra 6260
LCII LC475
700
610 840AV 6310
900
650
800 Centris
950 660AV
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
6200 7200
6300
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
Workgroup
Server
7350
7300
7500
7600
8500
8600
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
4400
Power Macintosh
1. The resolution does not change with the computer powered on when you set the dip switches.
Be sure to power off the computer when you set the dip switches.
2. Set the dip switches by a pointed article like a pencil or ball point pen to touch end of the switch groove.
640 x480@60Hz
640 x480@67Hz
640 x480@72Hz
640 x480@75Hz
640 x480@85Hz
800 x600@60Hz
800 x600@72Hz
800 x600@75Hz
800 x600@85Hz
832 x624@75Hz
1024 x768@60Hz
1024 x768@70Hz
1024 x768@72Hz
1024 x768@75Hz
1024 x768@85Hz
1152 x870@75Hz
1280 x960@60Hz
1280 x960@75Hz
1280 x960@85Hz
1280 x1024@60Hz
1280 x1024@75Hz
1280 x1024@85Hz
1600 x1200@60Hz
1600 x1200@65Hz
1600 x1200@67Hz
1600 x1200@70Hz
1600 x1200@75Hz
RESOLUTION
IIsi
IIci
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
G3
1,2,6
3,4
9600/233 9600/300
9600/350
Workgroup
Server
9650
1,2,6
1,2,6
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
3,4
3,4
3,4
1,2,6
3,4
9500
ENGLISH
)
(4)
Set the dip switch "ON" as shown below. (Example; "1,2"
<Optional Macintosh AD-A205 Adapter Setting Chart>
(3)
“AD-A205 Mac Adapter Setting Chart” shows all available modes for Macintosh systems and all possible combinations
with the monitor.
We recommend that you use the monitor with a preset timing. (See Section 1.2 Internal Preset Memory Capability)
Please refer to the instruction book of your computer about the resolution setting.
Resolution may not be changed on some computers.
CP871C165A70
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