Manual Round Video Topper
Model: 104-20X0310XX
Manual
Version 1.7/September 2010
Antonie van Leeuwenhoekstraat 9
3261 LT Oud Beijerland
The Netherlands
Phone :
Fax :
Email :
Web :
+31(0)186-643333
+31(0)186-643322
info@suzohapp.nl
www.suzohapp.nl
Manual Round video topper
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1. Introduction
Congratulations with the purchase of your round video topper. The topper houses a LCD monitor. The
LCD is a color active matrix thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal (LCD) to provide superior display
performance.
2. Safety
1. This round video topper is only be suitable for use in an interior environment where there are
no particular requirements for resistance to dust or moisture (IP20).
2. It is not allowed to connect appliances to the round video topper which does not comply to
SELV or Class II qualification.
3. To reduce the risk of electric shock, follow all safety notices and never open the round video
topper case.
4. To unplug the video round from the power outlet before cleaning.
5. The video round topper is equipped with a 3-wire, power cord. The power cord plug will only fit
into a grounded outlet. Do not attempt to fit the plug into an outlet that has not been configured
for this purpose. Do not use a damaged power cord.
6. The slots located on the backside of the video round topper case are for ventilation. Do not
block or insert anything inside the ventilation slots.
7. It is important that your video round topper remains dry. Do not pour liquid into or onto the
video round topper. If the video round topper becomes wet do not attempt to repair it yourself.
8. . Do not use alcohol (methyl, ethyl or isopropyl) or any strong dissolvent. Do not use thinner or
benzene, abrasive cleaners or compressed air. To clean the monitor, use a cloth lightly
damped with a mild detergent.
9. If the liquid crystal materials leaks from the panel, it should be kept away from the eyes or
mouth. In case of contact with hands, legs or clothes, it must be washed away thoroughly with
soap.
10. For pluggable equipment, the socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible
11. 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.
3. Video round topper connections
1. Connect the power cord to the Video round topper.
2. Connect the video cable to the machine. Tighten by turning the two thumb screws clockwise to
ensure proper grounding.
3. Press the power button on the rear to turn the monitor power on.
4. Components
Color LED: This LED shows the state of controller.
Green is the “normal state”.
Off is the “Off mode”. (Can’t find Sync. signals)
Amber is the DPMS mode (Display Power Management Signaling).
PC Settings: The PC needs to be set to an appropriate graphics mode that has the same resolution
with the LCD panel to have clear screen image. And the vertical refresh rate should be set to one of
56~75Hz, non interlaced signal.
LCD display System Settings: The OSD (On Screen Display) provides certain functions to have
clear image and others. This board supports 4 buttons OSD operation as a standard. The control
functions defined on OSD operation are as below.
Pc Graphics Output: Signal quality is very important, if there is noise or instability in the PC graphics
output this may result in visible noise on the display. Refer to the graphic modes table in specification
section for supported modes. Non-interlaced & interlaced video input is acceptable.
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5. Connections
5.1. Connecting the topper
Connector
J1
J3
J4
J5
Function
Synchronization
Wire Color
ccTalk
Wire Color
Power In
TFT LCDVGA
Tower Light
J6
Wire Color
Ground Wire
J2
J7
Synchronization
Wire Color
1
Ground
Black
Ground
Black
Live
Common
Black
Earth
Strap
Ground
Black
Pin Number
2
3
TXD/RXD
White
TXD/RXD
White
Earth
Neutral
Lamp –
2nd from
bottom
Yellow
Lamp bottom
White
4
Connector Type
Topper
Machine
Lamp –
3rd from
bottom
Blue
TXD/RXD
White
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6. Synchronize toppers
You may synchronize color and flashing pattern for round video toppers connected in series as below:
Connect round video toppers with synchronize cable (J1 and J7) together. Conduct settings to change
color and /or flashing pattern through any one of the toppers connected in series. If Toppers are
connected in series, the first powered up topper will dominate the color and pattern for whole series
until it is changed.
7. Operation
7.1. RGB flashing patterns
There are 2 buttons on the rear of the round video topper, for the setting of the RGB leds
Color button: You may select flashing color set out of seven pre-defined combinations as below:
Press “COLOR” button on the main control board once - Topper will switch to next and stay on this
color set until COLOUR button is activated again. Last color setting will be stored to memory when
power off.
The seven color sets are defined as follow:
1. Red - Blue - White (Default setting)
2. Green - White - Red
3. White - Yellow - Red
4. Yellow - White - Blue
5. Blue - Purple - White
6. Green - Blue - Yellow
7. Green - Red – Blue
Mode button: You may select flashing patterns as below:
Cycling through 13 pre-programmed flashing patterns (Default setting)
Press MODE button once - Topper will switch to next flashing pattern and stay on
this pattern until MODE button is activated again. Press and hold MODE button for 3 seconds - Topper
will resume to default setting and cycle through the pre-programmed patterns. Last flashing mode will
be stored to memory when power off.
MODE COLOR
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7.2. Monitor
Power on: Switch on the monitor by using the on/off switch on the OSD control buttons.
PC Setting: The controller has been designed to take a very wide range of input signals however to
optimize the PC’s graphic performance we recommend choosing 60Hz vertical refresh rate this will not
cause screen flicker.
OSD Control Board: On the rear of the round video topper is the OSD control boeard (On Screen
Display) provides certain functions to have clear image and others. This board supports 4 buttons
OSD operation as a standard. The control functions defined on OSD operation are as below
The chosen OSD settings will be stored in memory. The OSD menu can be cleared from the screen
from the screen by moving the selection bar to the EXIT MENU icon pressing the SEL button
otherwise it will be automatically cleared after a few second ofnon-use.
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8. OSD MENU
Brightness: Increase/decrease panel brightness level, total: 100 steps.
Contrast: Increase/decrease panel Contrast level, total: 100 steps.
H, V Position: Image H, V position control, total: 100 steps.
Clock: Fine tune the number of sampled data.
Phase: Fine tune the position of sampled data (adjust image quality), total: 31 steps.
Color: Color Temperature control, total: 100 steps.
OSD Function: OSD position, OSD Language, OSD off Timer control.
Sel, input sign: Select input signal (analog, composite, S-Video).
Power Switch Option: Select Power Switch on/off.
DPMS LED: IF When the DPMS select Amber LED color is Amber, otherwise LED is off.
Information: Displays current video mode and frequency.
BRIGHTNESS / CONTRAST Control pinch
Menu
Select
Brightness
Procedure Menu > BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST (Blue Highlight) > Select (Brightness)
Contrast
Procedure Menu (Blue Highlight) > Select (Contrast)
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COLOR Control
Menu & Down
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Select
Color (PC Input Mode)
Procedure Menu > Color (Blue Highlight) > Select
Select (Blue Highlight) > RED Color Control (select return to Left Status)
Select (Blue Highlight) > GREEN Color Control
Select (Blue Highlight) > BLUE Color Control
Color (VIDEO Input Mode)
Procedure Menu > Color (Blue Highlight) > Select
Select (Blue Highlight) > SHARPNESS (select return to Left Status)
SHARPNESS : Focus of Image
COLOR : Thickness of Color
TINT : Tone of Image
POSITION Control
Menu & Down
Select
HORIZONTAL Position
Procedure Menu > POSITION > HORIZONTAL > select
Adjustment
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When display image is out of screen, can adjust
with this function for getting Optimized Image).
VERTICAL Position
Procedure POSITION > VERTICAL > select
When display image is out of screen, can adjust
with this function for getting Optimized Image).
CLOCK
Procedure POSITION > CLCOK > select
When display image is wrinkled, can adjust with
this function for getting Optimized Image).
PHASE
Procedure POSITION > Phase select
When display image is vague, can adjust with
this function for getting Optimized Image).
SETUP Control
Menu & Down
Select
OSD POSITION Function
Procedure SETUP > OSD POSITION > Select
OSD POSITION Function
Procedure SETUP > OSD TIME > Select
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SOURCE Select Function
Procedure SETUP > SOUREC > Select
ANALOG -> DIGITAL -> ANALOG
->DIGITAL………
Operation Message
OUT OF FREQUENCY
Input Signal is over the supporting range
POWER SAVER MODE
Input Signal is not present. This message is
disappeared after 5 seconds.
SELF DIAGNOSTICS
Input Signal is not present after power on with
lower switch. This message is not disappeared
before power off or activity of input signal.
AUTO CONFIGURATION
Execute AUTO Function.
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9. Removing the transparent dome.
First remove the two flat head screws on the rear of the video round topper. When the screws are
removed Push the screw ends inside the hole to move the dome ring forward. It is now easy to pull the
dome from the topper.
10. Adjusting the base
The base can be adjusted in 5 discrete positions. The video round topper can be mounted in a vertical
position and under a 5 deg angle. Further angles are provided to achieve the same result with sloped
cabinets. If a cabinet is sloped backwards 10deg you can still create a 5 deg overhang by using the 15
deg base setting.
The base can only be adjusted when the topper is not
placed on the machine. There are two sliding metal
plates which keep the base in place. If you want to
adjust the base you have to unscrew the nut that keep
both plates in place. You can now lift the base. When
the base is lifted from the screws it becomes possible to
move the metal plates. The metal plates have 5 holes.
Each hole results in a different base angle. The angles
are noted next to het holes. You can see which angles
are possible form the picture above.
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11. Display size
The topper uses a regular 5:4 –
1280x1024px - 19” TFT screen. Only it
is mounted on it’s side in the topper. The
screen is also connected via a regular
VGA connector to a computer output.
The screen in the topper will function
like any other desktop PC TFT screen.
For your game content you have to be
aware that you need to rotate everything
90 deg.
See picture for an approximation of the
viewable area’s. The hatched areas
show where you will be able to see
game content.
Always check video on a real topper to
verify a correct result.
12. Tower light brackets
There are several plugs which fit the tower light hole at the rear of the round topper. From left to right.
1. Lid closes the hole for when no tower light is used. There is a hook for easy retrieval of the
tower light cable. Plug can be removed using a flat screw driver.
2. Horizontal mount plug. Mount the tower light on this and then mount the plug in the round
topper. No need to open the topper to mount or service the tower light.
3. Slanted plug. For when the round topper is mounted under a slight angle.
13. Light show control
The round topper has a circular LED strip and a pointer. Both LED light emitters can be controlled via
a serial interface. The bus used for this is CCtalk, common in many gaming machines. When no
CCtalk bus is available a RS232 bus can be used. When a RS232 bus is used however you need
extra hardware. The part for this is 107-0250. RS232 to CCtalk interface.
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Software communication
Command Format:
Byte 1
Byte 2
Byte 3
Byte 4
STX (0XEF)
Command
Color
ETX (0XFE)
Starting byte
Mode Command – range from 0 ~ 238
Color Command – range from 0 ~ 238
Ending byte
Commands on Pointer:
Command
(byte 2)
0X01
Description
Color (byte 3)
Red
Green
0X01
0X02
Blue
Yellow
Purple
Solid color mode
0X03
0X04
0X05
Pulsing color
0X02
0X01
0X02
0X03
0X04
0X05
mode
Turn all LEDs off
0X03
Free Pointer
0X04
For example: The command for pulsing green color is [0XEF, 0X02, 0X02, 0XFE]
White
0X07
0X07
Commands on Bezel:
Command
Color (byte 3)
(byte 2)
R/W/B R/W/G
R/W/Y
B/W/Y
B/W/P
G/Y/B
Pattern 1
0X05
Pattern 2
0X06
Pattern 3
0X07
Pattern 4
0X08
Pattern 5
0X09
Pattern 6
0X0A
Pattern 7
0X0B
0X01
0X02
0X03
0X04
0X05
0X06
Pattern 8
0X0C
Pattern 9
0X0D
Pattern 10
0X0E
Pattern 11
0X0F
Pattern 12
0X10
Pattern 13
0X11
For example: The command for Pattern 5 with color B/W/Y [0XEF, 0X09, 0X04, 0XFE]
Description
B/G/R
0X07
Notes:
R – Red / W – White / B – Blue / G – Green / Y – Yellow / P – Purple
Pattern 1-13 applicable to RGB bezel and pattern 1-7 applicable to STD LED bezel.
Turn All LEDs On
Description
Turn all LEDs on
13.2.
Command
(byte 2)
0X12
Red
0X01
Green
0X02
Color (byte 3)
Blue
Yellow
0X03
0X04
Purple
0X05
White
0X06
Instruction for running DEMO Program :
You can download this demo program on: http://www.suzo.com/downloads
1. Run program: Round Topper Demo
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2. Connect the J2 cable to ccTalk interface and connect the RS232 cable to computer.
3. Select and open the COM PORT (e.g. COM3 as below) according to information on control
panel
4. Following screen should appear.
Control Commands
[Display for RGB mode option] – Different flashing patterns for bezel.
o Modes 1 to 7 for standard LED (white) version
o Modes 1 to 13 for RGB version
[Color option] – for RGB bezel only, not applicable for standard LED version.
[Display for POINTER1 Option—solid] – solid color on pointer 1
[Display for POINTER1 Option—flash] – flashing color on pointer 1 at 75ms interval
[Free Pointer]
o Activate - release pattern control on pointer. Pattern will consider Pointer as part of
the bezel.
o Deactivate – Pointer and Bezel will be considered as two independent parts. Both
can be controlled independently.
[Switch off] – Turn off all LEDs on both bezel and pointer.
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14. Measurements
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15. Electric Specification
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Item
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Relative Humidity
Altitude
Input characteristic
Description
Signal
Input
Consumption
Analog RGB
Sync
H Frequency
V Frequency
DATA/CLK
Unit
°c
°c
%
M
Min
0
-30
-
Typical
-
Unit
Min
Typical
Power in (100-240Vac)
Vac
100
A
3.0
RGB Input
VPP
0
0.7
VDC
0
5
KHz
31
Hz
55
75
DVI-D Input (optinal)
VPP
450
500
Max
60
80
90
2000
Remarks
Max
Remarks
240
5.5
80
77
Depends on Mode
Depends on Mode
900
Differential +/-
RGB input format
Spec
Pixel
Freq.
Sync
Polar
Freq
Total Active
Sync
Polar
Freq.
Tolal
Active
Mode
Mhz
Khz
Pixel
Pixel
Hz
Line
Line
640*350@70Hz
25.144
P
31.430
800
640
N
70.000
449
350
640*400@70Hz
28.287
N
31.430
800
640
P
70.000
449
400
720*400@ 70Hz
28.287
N
31.430
900
720
P
70.000
449
400
640*480@60Hz
28.175
N
31.469
800
640
N
59.940
525
480
640*480@72Hz
31.500
N
37.861
832
640
N
72.809
520
480
640*480@75Hz
31.500
N
37.500
840
640
N
75.000
500
480
800*600@56 Hz
36.000
P
35.156
1024
800
P
56.250
625
600
800*600@60Hz
40.000
P
37.879
1056
800
P
60.317
628
600
800*600@72Hz
50.000
P
48.077
1040
800
P
72.188
666
600
800*600@75Hz
49.500
P
46.875
1056
800
P
75.000
625
600
1024*768@60Hz
65.000
N
48.363
1344
1024
N
60.005
806
768
1024*768@ 70Hz
75.000
N
56.476
1328
1024
P
70.070
806
768
1024*768@75Hz
78.750
P
60.023
1312
1024
P
75.030
800
768
1280*1024@60Hz 108.000
P
63.981
1688
1280
P
60.020
1066
1024
1280*1024@75Hz 135.000
P
79.976
1688
1280
P
75.035
1066
1024
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16. Round Topper - Part Number Generation
104
Topper Series
2
Round Topper
X
Display
0 = 19" Video Screen
1 = Single Disc Unit
2 = Double Disc Unit
X
Bezel Finish
8 = Silver Chrome
9 = Black Chrome
X
Bezel/LED Lighting
0 = RGB with Translucent Bezel
9 = White with Solid Bezel
X
Back Lighting
0 = No Back Lighting
3 = White LED
X
Pointer
0 = Internal Large
1 = Internal Small
2 = External Large
3 = No Pointer
XX
Customer Specific
00 = No Customer Specific
11 = Customer Specify
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