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LCD Monitor
Quick Installation Guide
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS.......................................................................................................... 2
INSTALLATION
POWER CONNECTION
MAINTENANCE………
TRANSPORTING THE MONITOR
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GETTING STARTED
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
INSTALLATION OF FIRST USE
IDENTIFYING PA RTS AND CONTROLS
FUNCTIONS OF THE BUTTONS AND INDICATOR:
SETUP
CUSTOMIZING YOUR MONITOR
Working with OSD Group.
Introduction to Hotkeys and the Characteristic Functions………………………………………….
OSD Icon list ……………………………………………………………………………………………
TROUBLESHOOTING
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TECHNICAL FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................. 10
INTERFACE FREQUENCY………………………………………………………………………………. 11
SUPPORTED TIMING LIST………………………………………………………………………………. 12
ADDENDUM
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REGULATIONS
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FCC COMPLIANCE…………………………………………………………………………………………16
TCO’99.....................................................................................................................................................
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Precauciones
Installation
1.
Do not cover or block the ventilation ports on the rear of the monitor.
2. Do not install the monitor close to heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a location exposed to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration, or shock.
Power connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Use the correct power cord for your local voltage.
Use an accessible outlet close to the monitor.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cable.
Only use the power adapter attached to the monitor.
Disconnect the power cable from the power supply if:
You will not use the monitor for an extended period.
The cable is damaged or frayed.
The monitor has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
A distinct change in performance indicates a need for servicing.
Maintenance
1.
Clean the cabinet and controls wit h a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any
abrasive materials or solvents such as alcohol or benzene.
2.
Do not rub, touch, or tap the surface of the screen with sharp or abrasive items such as pens or screwdrivers, as the
screen may scratch.
3. Do no t insert objects or spill liquids into the ventilation ports on the monitor’s rear, a s fire, electric shock, an d / or
unit failure may result.
Transporting the monitor
1.
When transporting the monitor for repair or shipment, fold the base of the monitor back until it becomes straight.
Then wrap the monitor and its attachments with the original carton and packing materials.
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Getting Started
Package contents
Before beginning, ensure that the carton contains the following items:
1.
LCD Monitor
2.
Power cord (The plug may vary according to the electrical standard for your area)
3.
Video Signal Cable (Analog, D-S U B Cable)
4.
Audio cable (optional)
5.
CD-ROM (Contains the driver of the monitor, this user’s manual and other information)
6.
Quick Installation Guide
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Installation of First Use
1.
The installation ofthe monitor is very simple. Take the monitor from the packing box and remove all the packing
materials. And then put the monitor on the desk carefully; fold the monitor base, so that the monitor can stand on
the desk properly. Next, adjust the monitor t o the desired position according to the seat and other factors.
Identifying parts and controls
1.
The LED indicator and control buttons are as follows:
2.
The connection ports are as follows:
Functions of the buttons and indicator:
Button
Indicador LED
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
Functions
Turn on the monitor
Activate the OSD control menu
Select the specific function
Turn off the monitor by pressing the button for 3 seconds
Activate the Volume control menu, and increase the value (optional)
View the next function in the main OSD menu clockwise
Increase the value of specific function which has been selected
Activate the Volume control menu, and decrease the value (optional)
View the next function in the main OSD menu counter-clockwise
Decrease the value of the specific function which has been selected
1.
Optimize the picture performance automatically
1.
Green color indicates that the monitor is in “active” mode (normal
operation).
Amber color indicates that the monitor is in “sleep” mode (power saving
mode or no signal input).
Not lit indicates that the monitor is in “off” mode (monitor power off).
2.
3.
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Setup
1.
Connecting video
(Note: Before connecting computer, ensure the resolution and refresh rat e of the computer do not exceed the
following setting s - resolution: 1280*1024, refresh rate: 75Hz.)
1.1 Turn off your computer
1.2 Connect the video signal cable to the VGA port of your PC, tighten the screws on the connector onto the
computer
1.3 Connect the other end of the video signal cable to the VGA-IN port at the back of the monitor, tighten the
screws on the connector to the monitor
2.
Connecting power
2.1
Plug the female end of the power cord in to the AC-IN port at the back of the monitor
2.2
Plug the male end of the power cord into a power outlet
3
Connecting audio (optional)
3.1
Plug the audio cable into the AUDIO port at the back of the monitor
3.2
Plug the other end of the audio cable into your computer or other audio source
4.
5.
6.
Turning on the computer
Pressing the
button at the back of the monitor to turn on the monitor
Removing the protection film from the monitor
You should be able to see the picture now. I f not, refer to the “Troubleshooting” section.
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Customizing your Monitor
The On Screen Display (OSD) system provides a full range of customizable tools to optimize your display.
While full customization is available, we strongly recommend using the Auto
Adjustment function, which is preset to fully optimize your monitor’s performance.
Simply press the
&
buttons simultaneously to engage the Auto Adjustment. It is
also recommended that you execute the function following any change made to your
display from your computer.
Important:
W orking with OSD Group
1.
Press Menu
2.
Select the icon from the OSD menu with the
3.
Press Menu
4.
Press
5.
Press Menu
6.
Press
or
or
button to activate the OSD menu.
&
buttons.
button to confirm the selection of a specific function
to adjust the setting values.
button to exit from the sub-menu.
to select the Exit icon, and then press the Menu
button to exit from the OSD menu.
Introduction to Hotkeys
1.
Auto Adjustment
While the OSD menu is not shown, press
automatically
&
buttons simultaneously to optimize the picture performance
(You may also use the OSD control to activate the Auto Adjustment function. See OSD Menu and Icon List
section)
2.
Volume Control (optional)
While the OSD menu is not shown, press
or
button to increase or decrease the audio volume level.
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OSD Icon List
Icon
Functions
Auto Adjustment
Detail
Optimize the picture performance automatically
(you may also press _ an d _ buttons simultaneously ,
while the OSD menu is not shown, to activate the
function)
Brightness
Adjust the luminance level of the screen
Contrast
Adjust the contrast level (black to white ratio) of the screen
Sharpness
Adjust the sharpness of the screen
Clock
Adjust the monitor’s internal sampling clock rate
Phase
Adjust the monitor internal signal phase
Horizontal Position
Shift the position of the screen left or right
Vertical Position
Shift the position of the screen up or down
Color Temperature
Select the setting of screen color – Cool, Warm or User
Cool (9300K)
Select the setting of screen color to be bluish white
Warm (6500K )
Select the setting of screen color to be reddish white
User
Adjust the setting of screen color per the user’s preference
R
Adjust the percentage of red color
G
Adjust the percentage of green color
B
Adjust the percentage of blue color
OSD Menu Language
Select your own preference of language of OSD menu
There are 9 languages available – English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and
Traditional Chinese.
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OSD Menu Position
Adjust the position of OSD menu on the screen.
Power Saving
Mode
Standard
Select between Standard and Advanced power
saving modes. See addendum for details
Fulfill EP A Energy Star power management
requirement
Advanced
Activate monitor Life-Extension function
Recall Factory
Preset
Reset monitor parameters back to factory preset
values.
Exit
Disable the OSD menu
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Troubleshooting
1.
2.
Symptom
No picture
LED indicator (at the right side
of the monitor) is not lit
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
No picture
LED indicator (at the right side
of the monitor) is orange
1.
2.
3.
Check Items
Check if the monitor is turned on (press the button
again).
Check if the power cord is properly connected to the monitor
and power outlet.
Check if there is electricity coming from the power outlet (use
another device to check for power).
Check if your computer is turned on.
Ensure the computer is not in power saving mode (move the
mouse or press a key on the keyboard to wake up the
computer).
Check if the video signal cable is properly connected to the
monitor and computer.
1.Picture shows “No Signal Input”
1.
2.
Check if your computer is turned on.
Check if the video signal cable is properly connected to the
monitor and computer.
1.Picture shows “Input Signal Out of
Range”
1. Ensure that the resolution and/or refresh rate is set correctly.
(See item 2.1 of Monitor Installation section)
1.Picture not clear
1.
Press
buttons simultaneously to activate the Auto
Adjustment function.
2. Check if the video signal cable is properly connected to the
monitor and computer.
3. Adjust the screen resolution and refresh rate of your computer
to SXGA.
(resolution: 1280*1024, refresh rate: 60Hz) for the best performance
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Technical Features and Specifications
Item
LCD Display
Display Size
Pixel Pitch
Resolution
Maximum
Recommended
Max. Display Color
Brightness
Contrast Ratio
V iewing Angle
L/R
(CR_5)
U/D
Response T ime (T r+Tf)
Signal Input
Analog
Description
17" TFT active matrix panel
337.92(H ) x 270.336(V)
mm
0.264(H ) x 0.264(V) mm
SXGA 128 0 x 1024 @75Hz
SXGA 128 0 x 1024 @60Hz
16.2M colors
300 cd/m2 (typ.)
500 G1 (typ.)
160° (typ.)
160° (typ.)
12 ms (typ.)
D-sub 15 pin
Input Frequency Range
Horizontal: 31.5KHz to 80KHz
Vertical: 56Hz to 75Hz
LED Indicator
VESA Mounting Hole
Plug & Play
Speakers (Optional)
OSD Controls
Standby: Amber / Active: Green
75 x 7 5 (mm)
VESA DDC 1/2B compliance
1W x 2
3 buttons at back (Power/Menu, Adjustment +/-)
OSD Functions
Power Input
Power Consumption
Color
Operating
Temperature
Conditions
Humidity
Altitude
Storage Conditions Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Dimensions
Package Dimensions
Net W eight
Gross W eight
Auto Adjustment, Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness, Phase, Clock, H.
Position, V. Position, Color Temperature, Power Saving Mode, OSD
Menu Position, OSD Menu Language, Recall, Volume (optional)
9 languages (including English, German, French, Italian, Spanish,
Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese)
AC 100~240 V, 47Hz~63H z
Active: < 35 W / Standby: < 1 W
Silver or Black
5℃ to 40℃ (℉ to℉)
20%-80% (No Condensation)
10,000 fts
-20℃ to 60℃ (-4℉F to 140℉)
5%-90% (No Condensation)
40,000 fts
38 (W) x 387(H) x 190(D) mm
438(W ) x 516(H) x 110(D) mm
3.4kg
4.7kg
Certification
UL, CE, TUV/GS, FCC-B, BSMI, CCC, Energy Sta, TCO'99 (optional)
OSD Language
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Interface Frequency
1. The following frequency range is the working period. If the entered mode is between the below period but does
not match the frequency of supported timing, display optimization will not be assured. If the entered mode is out of
the working period, the display will be blank (just show “Input Signal Out Of Range”) then go to power saving.
2. Basically , mode judgment is regardless the sync polarity except if both or more modes all belong to the supported
timing list and can be judged by sync polarity only.
3. In the meantime, the real entered frequency of the supported timing is not requested exactly.
4. Normalization of the VGA card’s deviation will be acceptable.
5. Horizontal Frequency
30 KHz---80 KHz
6. Vertical Frequency
50 Hz---75 Hz
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Supported timing list
1. If the selected timing is NOT included in table below, this LCD monitor will use the most suitable available
timing.
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Note:
When the input display mode is not 128 0 X 1024, the image is smoothly expanded to1280 X 1 02 4 dots with scaling
engine. After expansion from
65 0 X 350, 64 0 X 400, 64 0 X 480, 72 0 X 400, 83 2 X 6 24, 80 0 X 600, and 1024 X 7 68 resolution, the text may
look no t so sharp, and the Graphics may not look proportional.
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Addendum
Advanced Power Saving M ode
1. Background
The traditional monitors have the function of electricity-saving dormancy. Bu t the interval of dormancy is difficult
to decide. If the interval is long, the purpose of saving electricity can not be achieved. While if the interval is
short, y our computer and LCD monitor will be dormant often. When the LC D monitor becomes dormant, the
back lights w ill be turned off immediately. The frequent turning-on and turning-off of lights will result in the
lightness being uneven and even, shortening the life of the lights.
2. Our solution to the dilemma – Monitor the Life-Extension function
In view of that, we have designed the function of Monitor Life-Extension. Once you s elect the option of
“Advanced
Power Saving Mode” in the OSD menu, and then you ca n not only save electricity, but extend the life of the
lights.
3.Working principle of the Monitor Life-Extension function
To minimize the impact of frequent turn-on and turn-off of L CD monitor,
the Life-Extension function decreases the electricity supplied to the
back-light of LCD monitor gradually , instead of cutting it off right away
when the P C enters sleeping or off mode. Please see the following
comparison graphics for details.
* Standard Power Saving Mode (without Monitor Life-Extension function)
Power
* Advanced Power Saving Mode (with Monitor Life-Extension function)
Power
ON
Sleep Start
Power Saving Start
This “Slow-Start-n-Delay-Off” approach minimizes the transit of electricity and temperature caused by the
turning-on and turning-off of the LCD monitor. Therefore, the decay of backlight s o f T FT -LCD ca n be
controlled at the certain level which is much less than it was.
4. The side effect of the Monitor Life-Extension
Saving Mode as default?)
function (why not preset Advanced Power
According to the request of EP A (US Environmental Protection Agency) to power management of monitors, the power consumption of the
monitor must go down to below 3 watts within 3 seconds after the monitor s goes into power s aving mode. Bu t the Life-Extension
function decreases the electricity supplied to the backlights of LCD monitor gradually.Therefore, the Monitor L ife-Extension function has a
conflict with the requirement of E PA in the first 7 minutes after entering sleeping mode. Even though,comparing the advantage s o f both
conditions, we still recommend you strongly set your monitor to Advance d Power Saving mode.
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5.l How can you engage the Monitor Life-Extension function?
You may simply use the OSD control to activate the Monitor Life-Extension function.
1. Press the Menu
2. Press
or
3. Press the Menu
4. Pres
or
button to select the Power Saving Mode icon.
button to confirm the selection
button to select the “Advanced” option in the Power Savin g Mode function.
5. Press the Menu
6. Press
button to activate the OSD menu
o
7. Press the Menu
button to confirm the selection
button to select the Exit icon.
button to exit the OSD menu
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Regulations
FCC compliance
1. 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.
2. NOTE: 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:
3. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
4. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
5. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
6. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING:
Any unauthorized modification to this equipment could result in the revocation of
the authorization to operate the equipment and void the product warranty.
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TCO’99
Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO’99 approved and labeled product! Your choice has provided you wit h 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.
Why do we have environmentally labeled computers?
In many countries, environmental labeling has become an established method for encouraging the
adaptation of goods and services to 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 has not so far been 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.
What does labeling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO’99 scheme which provides for international and
environmental labeling of personal computers. The labeling scheme was developed a s 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).
Approval requirements cover a wide range o f issues: environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of
electric and magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire safety.
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.
Labeled 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.
Below you will fin d a brief summary of the environmental requirements met by this product. The
complete environmental criteria document may be ordered from:
TCO Development
SE-1 14 94 Stockholm, Sweden Fax:+4687829207
Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO’99 approved and labeled products may also be obtained via the
Internet, using the address: http://www .tco-info.com/
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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.
Cadmium*
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the color-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 color-generating layers of display screens and the electrical or
electronics components must not contain any cadmium.
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. I t also
demands that mercury is not present in any o f the electrical or electronics components associated with
labeled unit.
CFC s (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) a s a consequence.
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.
* Bio-accumulative is defined as substances which accumulate within living organisms.
** Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metal s which are Bio-accumulative.
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