Radio Shack 63-255 Setup guide

Radio Shack 63-255 Setup guide
32LD660H 37LD660H 42LD660H
32LD665H 37LD665H 42LD665H
32LV555H 37LV555H 42LV555H 47LV555H 55LV555H
Lodging Guest Interactive Pro:Centric™ TVs
Commercial Mode Setup Guide
Note: Selected features shown in this guide may not be available on all models.
EXPERIENCED INSTALLER
Master TV Setup
pages 11 – 14
Cloning Information
pages 24 – 32
FTG Mode of Operation
pages 33 – 44
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MODEL and SERIAL NUMBER
The model and serial numbers of this TV are located on the
back of the cabinet. For future reference, LG suggests that
you record those numbers here:
Model No._________________ Serial No._______________
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral 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 an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
POWER CORD POLARIZATION:
This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding-type alternating current power plug. This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the 3-wire grounding-type plug.
NOTE TO CABLE/TV INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the cable TV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the National Electrical
Code (U.S.A.). The code provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of the cable entry as practical.
REGULATORY INFORMATION:
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 when the
equipment is operated in a residential installation. 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. 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: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment to 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.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to modify this product in any way without written authorization from LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.
Unauthorized modification could void the user’s authority to operate this product.
COMPLIANCE:
The responsible party for this product’s compliance is: LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
17. Power Cord
Caution: It is recommended that appliances be placed
upon a dedicated circuit; that is, a single outlet circuit
which powers only that appliance and has no additional
outlets or branch circuits. Check the specification page
in the Owner’s Manual to be certain.
Periodically examine the cord of your appliance, and if its
appearance indicates damage or deterioration, unplug it,
discontinue use of the appliance, and have the cord replaced
with an exact replacement part by an authorized servicer.
Protect the power cord from physical or mechanical abuse,
such as twisting, kinking, or pinching or being closed in a
door or walked upon. Pay particular attention to plugs, wall
outlets, and the point where the cord exits the appliance.
Do not use a damaged or loose power cord. Be sure to grasp
the plug when unplugging the power cord. Do not pull on the
power cord to unplug the TV.
7. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources, such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If
the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched,
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the
point where it exits from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination in order to avoid injury from
tip-over.
PORTABLE CART WARNING
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
14. Never touch this apparatus or antenna during a thunder or
lighting storm.
15. When mounting a TV on the wall, make sure not to install
the TV by the hanging power and signal cables on the back
of the TV.
16. Do not allow an impact shock or any objects to fall into the
product, and do not drop objects onto the screen.
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18.Overloading
Do not connect too many appliances to the same AC power
outlet as this could result in fire or electric shock. Do not
overload wall outlets. Overloaded wall outlets, loose or damaged wall outlets, extension cords, frayed power cords, or
damaged or cracked wire insulation are dangerous. Any of
these conditions could result in fire or electric shock.
19. Outdoor Use/Wet Location
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical
shock, do not expose this product to rain,
moisture or other liquids.
Do not touch the TV with wet hands. Do not install this product near flammable objects such as gasoline or candles or
expose the TV to direct air conditioning.
Do not expose to dripping or splashing and do not place
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, cups, etc., on or over
the apparatus (e.g., on shelves above the unit).
20. Grounding
Ensure that you connect the earth ground wire to prevent
possible electric shock (i.e., a TV with a three-prong grounded
AC plug must be connected to a three-prong grounded AC
outlet). If grounding methods are not possible, have a qualified electrician install a separate circuit breaker. Do not try to
ground the unit by connecting it to telephone wires, lightning
rods, or gas pipes.
21. Disconnect Device
The mains plug is the disconnecting device. The plug must
remain readily operable.
As long as this unit is connected to the AC wall outlet, it is not
disconnected from the AC power source even if you turn off
this unit by SWITCH.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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22. Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the
product, follow the precautions below.
An outdoor antenna system should not be located in the
vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits or where it can come into contact with such power
lines or circuits as death or serious injury can occur.
Be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide
some protection against voltage surges and built-up static
charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) in the U.S.A.
provides information with respect to proper grounding of the
mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna-discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
Antenna Grounding According to NEC, ANSI/NFPA 70
Ground Clamp
Antenna Lead in Wire
Antenna Discharge Unit
(NEC Section 810-20)
Electric Service
Equipment
Grounding Conductor
(NEC Section 810-21)
Ground Clamps
Power Service Grounding
Electrode System (NEC
Art 250, Part H)
23. Cleaning
When cleaning, unplug the power cord and wipe gently with
a soft cloth to prevent scratching. Do not spray water or other
liquids directly on the TV as electric shock may occur. Do not
clean with chemicals such as alcohol, thinners or benzene.
26. Do not touch the ventilation openings, as they may become
hot while the TV is operating.
27. If you smell smoke or other odors coming from the TV or
hear strange sounds, unplug the power cord, and contact an
authorized service center.
28. Do not press against the front panel of the TV with your
hand or a sharp object (e.g., a nail, pencil, or pen) or make a
scratch on it.
29. Keep the product away from direct sunlight.
30. Dot Defect
The LCD panel is a high technology product with resolution
of two million to six million pixels. In a very few cases, you
could see fine dots on the screen while you are viewing the
TV. Those dots are deactivated pixels and do not affect the
performance and reliability of the TV.
31. Generated Sound
“Cracking”: A cracking noise that occurs while the TV is
On or when it is turned Off is generated by plastic thermal
contraction due to temperature and humidity. This noise is
common for products where thermal deformation is required.
Electrical circuit humming/panel buzzing: A low level noise is
generated from a high-speed switching circuit, which supplies
a large amount of current to operate a product. It varies
depending on the product. This generated sound does not
affect the performance and reliability of the product.
32. For LCD TV
If the TV feels cold to the touch, there may be a small “flicker”
when it is turned On. This is normal; there is nothing wrong
with the TV. Some minute dot defects may be visible on the
screen, appearing as tiny red, green, or blue spots. However,
they have no adverse effect on the TV’s performance. Avoid
touching the LCD screen or holding your finger(s) against it for
long periods of time. Doing so may produce some temporary
distortion effects on the screen.
24. Transporting Product
Make sure the TV is turned Off and unplugged and that all
cables have been removed. It may take two or more people
to carry larger TVs. Do not press against or put stress on the
front panel of the TV during transport.
25. Ventilation
Install the TV where there is proper ventilation. Do not install
in a confined space such as a bookcase. Do not cover the TV
with cloth or other materials (e.g., plastic) while it is plugged
in. Do not install in excessively dusty places.
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Table of Contents
Safety Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 – 4
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Commercial Mode Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 – 7
Setup Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Pass-through Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
FTG Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Remote Management in FTG Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
External MPI Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Pro:Centric Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 – 9
Pro:Centric TV Interactive Menu Features . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pro:Centric Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Pro:Centric Modes of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installer Remote Control Typical Key Functions . . . . . . . . . 10
Master TV Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 – 14
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Cloning Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Clonable TV Setup Menu Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Master TV Setup Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Installer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 – 22
Accessing the Installer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the Installer Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Exiting the Installer Menu and Activating Updates . . . . . 15
Channel Icons / Custom Text Labels
(2-5-4 + MENU Mode) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Cloning Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
USB Cloning Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 – 28
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using
a USB Memory Device / .tlx File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using
a USB Memory Device / .tll File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Clone Programmer Cloning Procedures . . . . . . . . . 29 – 32
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using
a TLL-1100A Clone Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using
an LT2002 Clone Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
FTG Mode of Operation Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 – 34
FTG Mode via CPU or EBL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Determining the TV Operating Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
FTG Mode via CPU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 – 38
Creating an FTG Configuration File using the
FTG File Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Teaching FTG Configuration to a TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Learning an FTG Configuration File from a TV . . . . . . . . 38
Optional Manual Configuration / TV Setup . . . . . . . . . . . 39
FTG Mode via EBL (Local Configuration) . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
FTG File Manager Utilities Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 – 44
FTG File Manager Main Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
FTG Channel Map Configuration Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
FTG Channel Map Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
FTG Installer Menu Configuration Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
IP Environment Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 – 46
Access the IP Environment Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Offset Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Pro:Centric Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Remote Jack Pack / TV Connections & Setup . . . . . . . . . . 47
References
Upgrading TV/PTC Software using a USB Memory
Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Downloading a Splash Screen using a USB Memory
Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Power Consumption Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 – 51
TV Camport Auto Sense Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
TV Aux Input Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
b-LAN Setup & Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
RJP Model List and Input Auto-sensing Hierarchy . . . . . . . 55
Resetting Factory Defaults on the TV(s) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
TV Zone Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
LD660H/LD665H Rear Jack Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
LV555H Rear Jack Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Side Connections Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
RF Antenna Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 – 65
General Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Troubleshooting Flow Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Commercial Mode Check / FTG Operation
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Clone Programmer Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Document Revision History / Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Back Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Notes
• Installer Menu content is intended for use primarily by qualified TV electronics technicians.
• Refer to the Owner’s Manual for additional information on TV installation, features, specifications, maintenance, and safety instructions.
• Design and specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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Commercial Mode Overview
This document describes how to set up LD660H/LD665H and LV555H Pro:Centric™ TVs for Commercial
Mode operation. LG commercial TV functionality is based on “ownership” of the Channel Map; that is,
the Channel Map resides in the TV’s CPU, Protocol Translator Card (PTC), or embedded b-LAN™ (EBL)
module, or it resides externally from the TV (i.e., in a device from the solution provider).
Each of these TV models has an EBL module that can be configured either for Pass-through Mode
(default) or Free-To-Guest (FTG) Mode. In addition, each of these TVs is capable of FTG Mode operation
via the TV CPU when the EBL is in Pass-through Mode.
Setup Checklist
Note: This document provides information specific to Commercial Mode operation. Refer to the Owner’s
Manual for detailed information on TV installation and hardware and cable connections.
Installation
__ Unpack TV and all accessories.
__ Install batteries in the Installer Remote.
__ Install TV on VESA mount or stand.
Note: It may be advisable to make all cable
connections before installing on VESA mount
or stand, as appropriate.
Hardware Connections
__ Install any additional hardware as
appropriate to your institution, LAN, etc.
Cable Connections
__ Make all rear jack panel and MPI card slot
connections, as appropriate.
Commercial Mode Setup
__ Complete appropriate procedures as described
in this document for Commercial Mode operation.
See “Pass-through Mode” and “FTG Mode”
sections below for further information.
Pass-through Mode
This mode allows you to create a Master TV Setup for cloning purposes for TVs that are to remain in Passthrough Mode. This mode also allows external control via the GAME CONTROL/MPI port on the TV rear jack
panel. Use the Installer Remote to configure Installer Menu items as required for TV operation and set up TV
features (Channel, Picture, Audio, etc.). See “Master TV Setup” on pages 11 to 14 for detailed information.
Installer Menu
To set up a Master TV for cloning purposes, you will
need to know how to enter the commercial controller
(PTC) Installer Menu and make changes to the
default values as required. If necessary, familiarize
yourself with the Installer Menu and how to make
and save changes. Refer to pages 15 to 22 for
information on accessing the Installer Menu in Passthrough Mode and for detailed descriptions of the
Installer Menu items.
TV Setup Menus
On-screen setup menus control the features of the
TV. Use the Installer Remote to access the TV setup
menus, and set the TV features to the desired
configuration for the end user. Refer to the Owner’s
Manual for detailed information on the TV setup
menus.
xxLD66xH PTC INSTALLER MENU
000 INSTALLER SEQ
UPN 000-000-000-000
PTC V1.00.016
000
ASIC D279
CPU V1.21.00
Typical Installer Menu
CHANNEL
PICTURE
AUDIO
TIME
OPTION
LOCK
INPUT
USB
TV Setup Menus
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Commercial Mode Overview (Cont.)
Cloning
Cloning refers to the process of capturing a Master TV Setup and transferring it to a Target TV (both TVs
must be in Pass-through Mode). The Master TV’s clonable setup menu options should be configured as
part of the Master TV Setup. If there are features in the Master TV’s setup—channel icons or labels, digital
font options, etc.—that are not set or that are set incorrectly, those features also will not be set or will be
set incorrectly in the Target TVs. Pages 24 to 32 provide detailed information on cloning requirements and
procedures.
FTG Mode
This mode enables Pro:Idiom ® decryption and also allows logical channel mapping of physical channels
to remove the need for dash tuning. TV operation in FTG Mode is based on which element of the TV owns
the FTG Logical Channel Map—the CPU or the EBL. Understanding the application in which the TV will be
used is vital in determining the owner.
As indicated above, FTG mode operation in the LD660H/LD665H and LV555H models can be provided
either by the TV CPU or EBL. These are two separate and distinct FTG Modes of operation, each with
its own unique advantages and requirements as described later in this document. When the TV CPU is
configured with an FTG Channel Map, the CPU controls the operation of the TV, and when the EBL is
configured with an FTG Channel Map, the EBL controls the operation of the TV.
Once it is determined whether the TV CPU or the EBL will own the FTG Channel Map, configuration can
begin. Configuration of either requires a PC application—the LG FTG File Manager for the TV CPU or
the LG FTG Device Configuration Application for the EBL. Each application provides utilities that enable
you to create/edit an FTG Channel Map and configure Installer Menu settings. See pages 33 to 44 for
further information on FTG Mode operation and configuration.
Remote Management in FTG Mode
When the TV is configured for FTG Mode via CPU, remote management of the FTG Channel Map and
FTG Installer Menu settings is provided by a Pro:Centric server. Refer to the Pro:Centric™ Server
Admin Client User Guide for further information.
When the TV is configured for FTG Mode via EBL, the b-LAN module, which is internal to the TV, allows
hotel/institution head end equipment (for example, an FMA-LG101) with b-LAN technology to communicate with the TV to provide remote management of the FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings. See Reference section, “b-LAN Setup & Overview,” for further information.
External MPI Control
To control the TV using an external MPI control device, you must use the TV’s GAME CONTROL/MPI port
for communication purposes. In these TVs, Installer Menu item 118 POWER SAVINGS controls the power
circuitry for both the embedded b-LAN module and the GAME CONTROL/MPI port; therefore, to ensure
that the GAME CONTROL/MPI port circuitry is powered, thus enabling MPI communication, Installer Menu
item 118 POWER SAVINGS must be set appropriately. See Installer Menu item descriptions as well as
Reference section, “b-LAN Setup & Overview,” for further information.
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Pro:Centric Operation
Pro:Centric TV Interactive Menu Features
The interactive Pro:Centric TV enables guests—from the comfort of their hotel
rooms—to view and select from a complete listing of hotel services and amenities.
The Pro:Centric TV is connected to the hotel's billing computer, and service/amenities
charges are billed at the time of order.
Interactive amenities may include:
• Hotel information, news, and events
• Directory services (tourist attractions, restaurants, etc.)
• Reservation services (business meetings, fitness, spa, etc.)
• Weather and traffic information
TV
DVD
PORTAL
INFO i
STB
GUIDE
• Shopping services (delivery to guest room)
POWER
• Room service (menu ordering, memo service, morning wake up call, laundry, etc.)
VCR
• Ticketing and gaming services
• Check-out service (in the guest room)
• E-mail resources/account access
ENTER
Use the Installer Remote to operate both interactive menus and regular TV features.
Press PORTAL on the Installer Remote to access the interactive menus.
RETURN
MENU
VOL
ALPHA/NUM
INPUT
CC
CH
MUTE
REMOVE
1
4
.:/,
GHI
7
PQRS
2
5
8
0
ABC
JKL
TUV
&@
3
6
9
Note: Interactive menu options may vary, depending on Pro:Centric features enabled
for the site. The following are default interactive menus.
P
A
G
E
Channel Guide
Shows available TV networks and logical channels. When available, electronic
program guide (EPG) data provides additional channel and program information.
DEF
MNO
WXYZ
FLASHBK
PIP
RATIO
TIMER
SAP
PIP CH-
PIP CH+
PIP SWAP
PIP INPUT
Information
Typically displays hotel information, for example, photos of guest rooms, dining
rooms, business centers, facilities, etc., as well as information on local weather and
attractions. Information may also include resources, such as local school programs,
run in cooperation with the hotel.
Help
Provides help for navigating the interactive menus.
Watch TV
Removes the interactive menu from the screen and returns to the previously tuned TV
channel.
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Pro:Centric Operation (Cont.)
Pro:Centric Setup
The Pro:Centric server provides the following functionality:
• Remote management/administration (TV E-Z Installation): The Pro:Centric server Admin Client provides
remote management/administration facilities for downloading splash screens and software/firmware
updates as well as facilities for downloading FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings for TVs
that are in FTG Mode via CPU (see also “Remote Management in FTG Mode” on page 7).
The Data Channel must be set appropriately to enable Pro:Centric remote management/administration
facilities. The Data Channel can be set either in the Installer Menu (item 119 DATA CHANNEL) or in the
Pro:Centric Menu (see “Pro:Centric Setup” on page 46).
• Pro:Centric application: The application comprises the Pro:Centric interactive menus/features described
on the previous page. Pro:Centric application settings are managed via the Pro:Centric server Admin
Client.
In addition to the Data Channel, the Pro:Centric Application Mode must be set appropriately to enable
the Pro:Centric application. The Pro:Centric Application Mode can be set either in the Installer Menu
(item 098 PRO:CENTRIC) or in the Pro:Centric Menu (see “Pro:Centric Setup” on page 46).
Administration and management options for the Pro:Centric server are described in detail in the
Pro:Centric™ Server Admin Client User Guide. This document describes only those settings that must
be specified on the TVs.
Pro:Centric Modes of Operation
There are now two modes that enable Pro:Centric operation, as described below.
FTG Mode via CPU
This mode enables Pro:Idiom decryption and also allows logical channel mapping of physical channels as
described in the introduction to this document. See pages 33 to 44 for further information on FTG Mode
operation and configuration.
Application Tuning Mode
If the TV is not in FTG Mode, but both the Data Channel and the Pro:Centric Application Mode have been
set in the Installer Menu or the Pro:Centric Menu, the TV enters Application Tuning Mode. In Application
Tuning Mode, the logical channel mapping of physical channels is done in the Pro:Centric application.
Also in Application Tuning Mode, only the Function Menu is available to end users instead of the TV setup
menus (see sample display of the Function Menu under “Determining the TV Operating Mode” on page
34). Additionally, all Channel Map updates must be administered from the Pro:Centric server Admin Client;
Teach To TV options will not be available from the USB Download Menu.
Note: The Installer Menu remains editable while the TV is in Application Tuning Mode.
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Installer Remote Control Typical Key Functions
The LG Installer Remote is supplied with and dedicated to operate the TV. The LG Installer Remote illustrated
below and throughout this document shows typical remote control functions and is provided for reference only.
This Installer Remote may vary from the Installer Remote supplied with the TV.
GUIDE
Displays and removes the electronic
program guide.
TV
POWER
DVD
PORTAL
INFO i
STB
GUIDE
TV/STB/DVD/VCR
Select the remote’s operating mode: TV, STB,
DVD, or VCR.
VCR
POWER
Turns TV or any other programmed equipment
ON or OFF, depending on mode.
PORTAL
Displays and removes the interactive
menu.
INFO
Displays channel information.
VOLUME UP/DOWN
Increases/decreases sound level.
Arrows (Up/Down/Left/Right) & ENTER
Use to navigate on-screen menus and adjust
TV settings to your requirements.
ENTER
RETURN
MENU
RETURN
Returns one level to the previous menu/display.
INPUT
CC
Press to activate subtitles.
MUTE
Switches sound ON or OFF.
CHANNEL/PAGE UP/DOWN
Changes the channel. Moves from
one full set of screen information to
the next.
DVD/VCR BUTTONS
Control some LG DVD/VCR products.
(RECORD button not functional in DVD
mode.)
CC
VOL
ALPHA/NUM
CH
MUTE
REMOVE
1
4
.:/,
GHI
7
PQRS
2
5
8
ABC
JKL
TUV
0 &@
3
6
9
DEF
MNO
WXYZ
FLASHBK
Color buttons access special functions
in some menus.
PIP
Toggles through PIP options.
PIP CH +/Changes the PIP channel.
PIP SWAP
Exchange the main/sub images.
PIP INPUT
Select the connected input source for the
sub-picture.
P
A
G
E
MENU
Displays the TV setup menus on the screen.
Also exits the on-screen menu system and
returns to TV viewing.
INPUT
Selects RGB, HDMI/DVI1, HDMI2, Component
Input, AV1, and AV2 sources.
NUMBER Buttons (0 - 9) & DASH
Use to enter a program number or channel.
Dash is used for sub-channel numbers such
as 2-1, 2-2, 9-1, 9-2, 100-3, 100-4, etc.
FLASHBK (FLASHBACK)
Returns to the previously tuned channel.
RATIO
Adjusts the picture aspect ratio.
PIP
RATIO
TIMER
SAP
PIP CH-
PIP CH+
PIP SWAP
PIP INPUT
TIMER
Sets the amount of time before the TV
automatically turns itself OFF.
SAP
Analog Mode: Selects MTS sound (Mono,
Stereo, or SAP). DTV Mode: Changes the
audio language, if additional languages are
available. *
* SAP notes:
• If SAP is selected and no SAP is provided, sound
may not be heard on channel.
• Each analog channel may have its own SAP setting.
• Digital channels will reset to default audio language
with a power off/on.
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Master TV Setup
This section describes how to set up a Master TV for cloning purposes when the TV is in Pass-through
Mode.
Note: Refer to FTG Mode information on pages 33 to 44 for details on entering FTG Mode and
configuring/editing FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings.
Before You Begin
• Disconnect all Aux inputs if you intend to run Auto Tuning (Channel Search). Under certain conditions,
Auto Tuning is disabled if there is an Aux input active.
• Determine which cloning tool—USB memory device or clone programmer—is appropriate for your
application; several of the Master TV Setup procedure steps are dependent on the cloning tool to be
used. See “Cloning Methods” below for further information.
• If you intend to use a USB memory device, determine the type of file—either the new “.tlx” file format or
the legacy “.tll” file format—to use for cloning purposes; several of the Master TV Setup procedure steps
are dependent on the desired file type. See “Cloning Methods” below for further information.
Cloning Methods
Using a USB Memory Device / .tlx File
• The .tlx file format clones the following menu settings: Installer Menu settings, IP Environment Offset
Setup and Pro:Centric Setup settings (see pages 45 and 46), and all TV sources’ (analog, digital, AV1,
HDMI, etc.) clonable setup menu settings. See “Clonable TV Setup Menu Features” list below.
• Not intended for cloning an auto-tuned/edited Channel Map, as the channel lineup is converted to a logical
FTG Channel Map when saved (Learned) from a TV to a .tlx file. If the .tlx file with the FTG Channel Map
is then used for Teaching purposes, all Target TVs will be configured for FTG Mode via CPU.
Using a USB Memory Device / .tll File
The .tll file format clones the contents of the commercial controller (PTC) memory, including an auto-tuned/
edited Channel Map, Installer Menu settings, and one TV source’s (analog, digital, or Aux) clonable setup
menu settings. See “Clonable TV Setup Menu Features” list below.
Using a Clone Programmer (TLL-1100A or LT2002)
Both the TLL-1100A and LT2002 clone the contents of the commercial controller (PTC) memory, including
an auto-tuned/edited Channel Map, Installer Menu settings, and one TV source’s (analog or Aux) clonable
setup menu settings. See “Clonable TV Setup Menu Features” list below.
Clonable TV Setup Menu Features
Channel Auto Tuning (Channel Lineup)
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel Label
Picture
Aspect Ratio
Picture Mode
Audio Auto Volume
Clear Voice
Sound Mode
Balance
TV Speaker
Time Auto Clock
Auto Off (Sleep Timer)
Option
Menu Language
Audio Language
Caption
Lock Movie Rating
TV Rating – Children
TV Rating – General
Note: Some menu options vary between analog and digital channels and Aux inputs.
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Master TV Setup (Cont.)
Master TV Setup Procedure
1. Set Installer Menu items.
This step provides specific instruction only on the Installer Menu
items that should be set on a Master TV. Refer to pages 15 to 22
for detailed information on all Installer Menu items.
a) Make sure the TV is ON. Then, use the Installer Remote to
enter the PTC Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly until
the on-screen display of the TV setup menus no longer
toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
b) Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001 and press
ENTER on the Installer Remote.
This clears all Installer Menu custom settings, channel lineup,
etc. and reloads the factory default settings. The value will
change back to 0 after the PTC has been restored to factory
default condition. This step ensures that the TV Channel
Memory will be the active channel lineup.
c) Set Installer Menu item 003 BAND/AFC, as appropriate.
• Broadcast: Set to 000.
• HRC: Set to 002.
• CATV: Set to 001 (default).
• IRC: Set to 003.
xxLD66xH PTC INSTALLER MENU
000 INSTALLER SEQ
000
UPN 000-000-000-000
PTC V1.00.016
ASIC D279
CPU V1.21.00
Typical Installer Menu
Note: The Installer Menu header will vary
depending on the TV you are setting up.
117
FACT DEFAULT
001
003
BAND/AFC
00X
Adjust the settings for these
Installer Menu items.
d) Set any other Installer Menu items that affect your TV programming network to the required configuration. For example,
enable/disable Aux inputs, set a Start Channel, etc.
e) After you have adjusted all required Installer Menu item
settings, press ENTER once on the Installer Remote to save
your changes; then, press ENTER again to exit the menu.
2. Set up TV features.
On-screen setup menus control the features of the TV. Press
MENU on the Installer Remote to access the TV setup menus,
and then set Channel, Picture, Audio, Lock, Time, etc. options to
the desired configurations. See also the Clonable TV Setup Menu
Features list on page 11.
Note: If you intend to clone the PTC, remember that only one TV
source’s clonable setup menu settings will be cloned. Thus, for a
clone programmer, the TV setup menu settings should be applicable to either an analog channel or Aux input, while for a USB
device / .tll file, the TV setup menu settings should be applicable
to the analog or digital channel or Aux input to which the Target
TV will be set during the Teaching process.
Note: If desired and if appropriate depending on the cloning
method you intend to use (see “Cloning Methods” on previous
page), you can run Auto Tuning (see step 3) prior to completing
this step.
CHANNEL
PICTURE
AUDIO
TIME
OPTION
LOCK
INPUT
USB
Use the TV setup menus to set the TV
features to the desired configuration
for the end user.
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Master TV Setup (Cont.)
(Continued from previous page)
3. (Optional) Run Auto Tuning.
Important: If you intend to use a USB memory device / .tlx file
for cloning purposes, DO NOT run Auto Tuning. If you Teach
a .tlx file with an auto-tuned/edited Channel Map to a Target
TV, this will put the Target TV in FTG Mode via CPU. If you
run Auto Tuning with the intension to clone the resulting
Channel Map, you must use a USB memory device / .tll file or
a clone programmer for this cloning purpose.
a) To search for all available analog and digital channels, go to the
Channel Menu, select the Auto Tuning option, and follow the
on-screen instructions.
b) Use the Channel Edit option in the Channel Menu to edit the
channel lineup, as necessary, to include only free to guest
(non-encrypted) channels.
• Add/delete channels per your system requirements.
CHANNEL
Move
Enter
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel Label
(Optional) Use Channel Menu options
to run Auto Tuning, edit channels, and
select channel icons.
• Use the Channel Label option in the Channel Menu to select the appropriate
trademark/icon for each channel’s Channel-Time on-screen display. Icons are
available for familiar channels, such as ABC, CBS, NBC, etc. Identifiable labels
(icons) should enable the end user to readily know what common networks are
available.
Note: If you intend to clone the PTC and Installer Menu item 103 ATSC TUNE
MODE is set for Physical Channel tuning (default and recommended setting),
channels with minor channel numbers higher than 255 will not transfer correctly
in step 5. If item 103 is set for Virtual Channel tuning and either the major or
minor channel numbers are higher than 255, the channel(s) will not transfer
correctly in step 5.
Note: If you intend to clone the PTC, you can add the channel icons in this step or
as described in step 6. Also in step 6, you can add custom text labels for channels
without icons.
4. Determine the next appropriate step according to the cloning method you
intend to use.
• If using a USB memory device / .tll file or a clone programmer: Continue with step
5. You must perform this step to transfer the TV setup menu settings to the PTC in
order to clone the PTC successfully.
• If using a .tlx file: Proceed to step 7 to verify the TV setup. (Steps 5 and 6 are not
applicable for .tlx files.)
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Master TV Setup (Cont.)
(Continued from previous page)
5. Transfer the TV setup menu settings to the commercial controller (PTC):
2-5-5 + MENU Mode
Important: This step is essential for successful cloning using a USB memory
device / .tll file or a clone programmer. Without this step, the PTC will not
contain any of the TV setup menu settings.
a) After the TV channel lineup has been edited and channel label icons added, tune to
the channel (source) for which you wish to transfer TV setup menu settings.
Note: If you intend to use a clone programmer for cloning purposes, this must be
either an analog channel or Aux input.
b) Enter the Installer Menu, and press 2-5-5 + MENU on the Installer Remote to
initiate the transfer of the Master TV Setup to the PTC. The TV exits the Installer
Menu and then tunes through the channels in the channel lineup during the
transfer. When the transfer is complete, the TV tunes back to the channel that
was tuned before the transfer began.
Note: The maximum number of channels that can be transferred is 141. An attempt to
transfer more than 141 channels will result in erratic TV tuning operation.
6. (Optional) Add Custom Channel and Aux Input Labels:
2-5-4 + MENU Mode
Note: This step is applicable only if you intend to clone the PTC. 2-5-4
+ MENU Mode enables you to add/edit channel icons and custom text
labels in the PTC once the Master TV Setup has been transferred as
described in the previous step.
Enter the Installer Menu, and press 2-5-4 + MENU on the Installer
Remote. Add/edit custom text labels and/or change icons for the
Channel-Time on-screen displays (see 2-5-4 + MENU procedural
information on page 23). Note that broadcast digital channels often
already have a broadcaster generated label. When you are finished,
press MENU to exit 2-5-4 + MENU Mode.
7. Verify the TV setup.
As applicable, verify that the channel lineup, channel icons, and custom
text labels are correct. Also, make sure the TV features are set per your
requirements.
8. Lock the channel lineup.
Enter the Installer Menu. Set item 028 CH. OVERIDE to 000 and
press ENTER to lock the channel lineup and restrict access to the TV
setup menus. Press ENTER again to save your changes and exit the
Installer Menu.*
19-3
DIGITAL
MONO STEREO
SAP
WXYZ
Custom text label “WXYZ” created
in 2-5-4 + MENU Mode.
028
CH. OVERIDE
000
After verifying the TV Setup, set Installer
Menu item 028 CH. OVERIDE to 000.*
* This step prevents end users from
accessing channel settings (i.e., the
Channel Menu will be inaccessible/
grayed out).
The Master TV Setup is now ready to be copied to the predetermined
cloning tool—a USB memory device (.tlx or .tll file) or a clone programmer.
See cloning procedures in this document.
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Installer Menu
Use the Installer Menu to set up, change, or view operational settings.
Refer to the table starting on the next page for brief descriptions of Installer Menu items.
More detailed descriptions follow the table listing.
Accessing the Installer Menu
1. Make sure the TV is ON.
2. Using an Installer Remote, press MENU repeatedly until the onscreen display of the TV setup menus (if the TV is in Pass-through
Mode) or the Function Menu (if the TV is not in Pass-through Mode)
no longer toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER to access the
Installer Menu.
xxLD66xH PTC INSTALLER MENU
000 INSTALLER SEQ
000
The Installer Menu opens with item 000 INSTALLER SEQ 000.
Note: If the password is not entered or registered correctly, you will see
the message “ENTER PASSWORD 0000” at the top of the screen instead
of the Installer Menu header. Once you re-enter the correct password
(i.e., press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER), the Installer Menu will display.
UPN 000-000-000-000
PTC V1.00.014
ASIC D27B
CPU V1.17.00
Typical Installer Menu
Note: If the TV is in FTG Mode, the Installer Menu is accessible as readonly. Refer to pages 33 to 43 for information on FTG Mode configuration.
Using the Installer Menu
Refer to the table on pages 16 and 17 for an overview of the available Installer Menu items, including
their item numbers, functions, value ranges, and default values.
Installer Menu items not relevant to this TV series are not present in the Installer Menu; therefore,
some numbers are missing. For example, item 006 will not appear. In addition, items that are
dependent on other Installer Menu item settings will not be initially accessible. For example, item 046
STRT AUX SRCE will not display in the Installer Menu unless item 004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 0.
Navigation within the Installer Menu
Use the Up/Down arrow keys on the Installer Remote to sequence through the available menu items,
or access an item directly by keying in the item number and then pressing MENU. For example, to
access the SLEEP TIMER option, which is item 015, press 0-1-5 + MENU.
Changing Installer Menu Settings
To change an Installer Menu item value, use the Left/Right arrow keys on the Installer Remote, or
enter a valid value directly. To save the new setting, press ENTER, or use the Up/Down arrow keys
to navigate to a new Installer Menu item if you have additional items to edit. Note that invalid values
will not be saved.
Exiting the Installer Menu and Activating Updates
After you have adjusted all required Installer Menu item settings, press ENTER once on the Installer
Remote to save your changes; then, press ENTER again to exit the Installer Menu. Any changes you
make will be stored in non-volatile memory.
Note: Each time you exit the Installer Menu in Pass-through Mode, all V-Chip (Parental Control)
settings in the TV are reset to their default values; that is, the Lock System, if previously enabled
from the Lock setup menu (see the Owner’s Manual for additional information), will now be disabled,
and the individual Parental Control settings will be restored to default values.
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Installer Menu (Cont.)
Installer Menu Items 000 through 073
Menu
Item
Value Range
Default Value
Brief Description of Function and Comments
000
INSTALLER SEQ
0~3
0
Leave default set to 0.
001
POWER MANAGE
0~7
0
Sets number of hours of no activity before automatic shutoff.
002
AC ON
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable Auto Turn ON when AC power is applied.
003
BAND/AFC
0~3
1
Selects Tuning Band: 0=Broadcast, 1=CATV, 2=HRC, 3=IRC
004
STRT CHANNEL
0 ~ 127, 253,
255
255
Channel tuned when TV is turned ON. (Set to 255 to tune to channel
tuned before TV turned OFF.)
005
CHAN LOCK
0/1
0
If set to 1, cannot tune from current channel.
007
STRT VOLUME
0 ~ 63, 255
255
Volume level when TV is turned ON. (Set to 255 to use volume level
before TV turned OFF.)
008
MIN VOLUME
0 ~ 63
0
Sets minimum allowable volume setting.
009
MAX VOLUME
0 ~ 63
63
Sets maximum allowable volume setting.
010
MUTE DISABLE
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Mute Function.
011
KEY DEFEAT
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable menu navigation keys on display panel.
015
SLEEP TIMER
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Sleep Timer.
016
EN TIMER
0/1
0
Set to 1 to enable On/Off Timers.
017
ALARM
020
FEATURE LEVEL
021
V-CHIP
022
MAX BLK HRS
023
CAPTION LOCK
028
029
030
ACK MASK
031
POLL RATE
032
TIMING PULSE
186 ~ 227
207
Sets baud rate for MPI.
034
CAMPORT EN
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Video 2 input.
035
COMPPORT EN.
0/1
1
Set to 0 to disable HDMI 1. Set to 1 enable HDMI 1.
038
YPrPb EN.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable display panel Component Video 1 input jacks.
039
REAR AUX EN
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable display panel Video 1 input jack.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable Alarm.
0 ~ 1, 16 ~ 24
1
Determines an additional IR code scheme to which the TV will respond.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable V-Chip (Parental Control) functions.
0 ~ 99
12
Sets number of V-Chip blocking hours.
0/1
0
Set to 1 to retain caption setting set before TV turned OFF.
CH. OVERIDE
0/1
1
If set to 0, limits direct access to favorite channels.
OLD OCV
0/1
0
Set to 1 to change MPI operation to OCV.
0/1
0
If set to 1, enables ACK feature of MPI.
20 ~ 169
94
Selects poll rate for MPI.
040
AUTO CAMPORT
0/1
1
Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport. If set to 1, STRT AUX SRCE
cannot be set to 2.
046
STRT AUX SRCE
1 ~ 6, 255
6
Sets the starting Aux source (if item 004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 0).
047
AUX STATUS
0/1
0
Set to 1 for MPI Aux source to be reported as a channel number instead of
Channel 0.
053
DIS. CH-TIME
0/1
0
Set to 1 to disable Channel-Time display.
069
EN. CH-T COL.
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display.
070
FOR. CH-TIME
0~7
2
Chooses custom foreground color for the Channel-Time display.
071
BCK. CH-TIME
0~7
2
Chooses custom background color for the Channel-Time display.
0
If set to 1 and item 028 CH. OVERIDE is set to 0, “NOT AVAILABLE” message
is displayed if user direct tunes a channel that is not in the favorite channel list.
073
16
Function
CH NOT AVBLE
0/1
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Installer Menu Items 075 through 122
Menu
Item
Function
Value Range
Default Value
Brief Description of Function and Comments
0/1
0
If set to 1 and loss of MPI communication occurs, TV tunes to Start Channel.
075
REVERT CH
078
UPN MSB
0 ~ 255
0
User programmable number, most significant byte.
079
UPN MSB-1
0 ~ 255
0
User programmable number, most significant byte - 1.
080
UPN MSB-2
0 ~ 255
0
User programmable number, most significant byte - 2.
081
UPN LSB
0 ~ 255
0
User programmable number, least significant byte.
082
CHKSM ERROR
0/1
1
If set to 1, enforces rigid MPI checksum.
083
HANDSHK TIME
0~5
5
Relaxes MPI timing to be compatible with PC-based Windowscontrolled systems.
084
PERMANENT BLK
0/1
0
Removes block hours setting for Parental Control and makes block permanent.
087
REAR RGB EN.
0 / 1 / 17
1
Dependent on item 093 RJP AVAILABLE setting. Set to 0 to disable RGB input.
Set to 1 to enable RGB input. Set to 17 for Auto Configure.
088
EN NOISE MUTE
0/1
1
If set to 1, audio is muted if no signal is present.
090
KEY LOCK
0/1
0
If set to 1, keyboard is locked out, IR is still functional.
091
YPrPb2 EN
0/1
1
Set to 1 to enable HDMI 2 input.
093
RJP AVAILABLE
0, 1, 2, 5, 6
0
Set to 0 to disable. Set to 1, 2, 5, or 6 for HDMI or DVI Mode. (See
detailed descriptions.)
094
SAP MENU EN
0/1
1
Set to 0 to disable feature on Function Menu. Set to 1 to enable feature on
Function Menu.
096
DEF. ASP. RATIO
0~4
2
Sets default aspect ratio at power up. See detailed descriptions and item 106.
098
PRO:CENTRIC
0~2
0
Set to 0 to disable Pro:Centric operation. Set to 1 for Flash Mode. Set to 2 for
GEM (Java Application) Mode.
099
BACK LIGHTING
1 ~ 100, 101 ~
200, 201, 202, 255
202
Sets the level of the TV picture back lighting. (See detailed descriptions.)
102
ATSC BAND
0~4
4
Selects ATSC band.
103
ATSC TUNE MODE
0/1
1
Set to 1 (default) for Physical Channel scan. Set to 0 for Virtual Channel scan.
104
START MINOR CH
0 ~ 255
0
Selects Minor Start Channel. Set to 0 for NTSC.
106
ASP RATIO LOCK
0/1
0
To retain set aspect ratio on power cycle, set to 1. Set to 0 for default ratio on
power cycle.
116
VIDEO MUTE EN
0/1
0
Set to 0 for Normal. Set to 1 for Blank.
117
FACT DEFAULT
0/1
0
Set to 0 for Normal. Set to 1 to load presets for all Installer Menu settings.
118
POWER SAVINGS
1/3
3
Set to 3 (default—b-LAN module only powered when TV is turned ON), or
set to 1 (b-LAN module is always powered). (See detailed descriptions.)
119
DATA CHANNEL
0 ~ 135, 253
0
Set to 0 to disable. Set to the RF channel number of the data channel for
Pro:Centric or TV E-Z Installation data. (See detailed descriptions.)
121
P:C RF WAKE HR
0 ~ 23, 128
128
Sets the hour for Wake On RF. The value “128” is displayed as “OFF.” Directly
entering 128 turns the Wake On RF feature OFF.
122
P:C RF WAKE MN
0 ~ 59
0
Sets the minute for Wake On RF.
Caution: Installer Menu settings may affect options available
from the TV setup menus or the Function Menu.
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Installer Menu (Cont.)
Detailed Descriptions of Installer Menu Items
000 - INSTALLER SEQUENCE
Specifies entry sequence to the Installer Menu. 005 - CHAN LOCK (Channel Lock)
Channel Lock is ideal if the system must always be on the same
channel. Changing channels with the Channel Up/Down or keypad
numbers is impossible. Channel Lock is inactive if set to 0 (default).
0 = 9876 2 = 1478 1 = 4321 3 = 3698
001 - POWER MANAGE (Power Management)
Determines hours of no activity before automatic shutoff. The
Power Management function is for saving energy. If set to 0,
Power Manage is Off. Settings range from 0 ~ 7, with 1 ~ 7
representing the hours that the unit will remain ON, unless there
has been activity from either the control panel or remote control.
002 - AC ON (AC Power Switchable)
If set to 1, this allows the TV to turn ON when AC power is applied.
Pressing the ON button is not necessary. This is desirable if the TV
is plugged into a cable box or a power outlet controlled by a wall
switch. Use the Left/Right arrow keys to choose 0 or 1, where 0 is
the default (OFF), and 1 is ON.
Note: If set to 1 (ON), the TV does not respond to ON/OFF
commands from either the remote or the display panel, and the
SLEEP TIMER is also nonfunctional.
003 - BAND/AFC (Band/Automatic Frequency Control)
There are four possible settings for this option:
0 = Broadcast 2 = HRC 1 = CATV (default)
3 = IRC
If some channels were not found by Auto Tuning (Channel
Search), select the appropriate Band setting here, and add the
channels using the Channel Edit option in the Channel Menu.
004 - STRT CHANNEL (Start Channel)
If active, this function allows you to determine the initial Major
Start Channel number when the TV is turned ON. This feature is
useful for an in-house information channel, since the TV would
always select that channel when it is turned ON. Setting this item
to 255 causes the last channel viewed when the TV was turned
OFF, to be the tuned to channel when the TV is turned ON again.
Note: For a digital Start Channel, always remember to set item
104 to the Minor Start Channel number.
Note: The IP Start Channel shown below can only be set in the
FTG File Manager, which is used to configure TV CPUs for FTG
Mode. The same applies for 2-byte tuning ranges (128 ~ 135 for
Physical 2-byte tuning and 128~999 for Virtual 2-byte tuning). This
means that these values, if set, will only be visible in the readonly Installer Menu when the TV is in FTG Mode via CPU. The
read-only display also will show additional information about the
channel, for example, the IP address and port number, etc.
0 = Aux
127 = Map to Channel 4
1 ~ 125 = Major Ch. #
253 = IP Start Channel
126 = Map to Channel 3
255 = Last Channel
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Generally, this feature is used in connection with item 004 STRT
CHANNEL where the Start Channel may, for example, be set to
3 or 4. If the Start Channel is 3, then the TV will remain locked on
channel 3.
NOTE: For items 007, 008, and 009
For legacy reasons, the scale used is 0 – 63. The PTC software
will translate this to the 0 – 100 scale used by the TV.
To translate a TV volume level to the Installer Menu value, use
the following formula:
Installer Value = TV Value x 63
100
Enter only the whole number (disregard fractions).
007 - STRT VOLUME (Start Volume)
This function allows the Installer to determine the initial volume
level setting when the TV is turned ON. This feature is useful
for an in-house information channel, since the TV would always
select that volume level when it is turned ON. The range of values
are 0 - 63, 255. If 255 is selected, the current volume level will be
retained in memory when the TV is turned OFF; at turn ON, the
volume level will be automatically set at the previous or last level.
008 - MIN VOLUME (Minimum Volume)
This function determines the minimum volume level allowable
with the Volume (VOL) Up/Down control. In this way, for example,
someone cannot set the volume too low to hear. The value range
is from 0 to 63. Use the Left/Right arrow keys to change values.
The factory default is 0, which provides the full range of volume
control, if item 009 MAX VOLUME is also set to 63. It may be best
to set the same value on every TV.
Note: The minimum volume level cannot have a value setting
higher than the maximum volume level (described below).
009 - MAX VOLUME (Maximum Volume)
This function determines the maximum volume level allowable
with the Volume (VOL) Up/Down control. In this way, for example,
someone cannot set the volume level high enough to disturb
others. The value range is 0 to 63, with 63 as the default, which
gives the user the full range of volume control, if item 008 MIN
VOLUME is also set at 0. Use the Left/Right arrow keys to change
values. It may be best to set the same value on every TV.
Note: The maximum volume level cannot have a value setting
lower than the minimum volume level (described above).
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010 - MUTE DISABLE
Enables or disables sound mute function. If set to 1, sound cannot
be muted. If set to 0, sound can be muted.
011 - KEY DEFEAT (Keyboard Defeat)
If set to 1, KEY DEFEAT prevents the end user from accessing
the on-screen menu(s) from the display panel—MENU, ENTER,
and menu navigation keys do not function. If set to 0, those keys
do function.
Note: Users can always access the menu(s) by pressing MENU
on the remote.
015 - SLEEP TIMER
If set to 1, the Sleep Timer feature may be used. If set to 0, the
Sleep Timer is not available.
016 - EN TIMER (Enable On/Off Timers)
If set to 1, the Timer function is available to the end user and
enabled continuously. Set to 0 to disable On/Off timers.
Note: Clock must be set in order for timers to be used.
017 - ALARM
Gives the installer the option of making the Alarm function available to the end user. If set to 1, the Alarm function is available to
the end user. Set to 0 to disable the Alarm function.
Note: Clock must be set before the Alarm function will work.
020 - FEATURE LEVEL
Determines an additional IR code scheme to which the TV will
respond, allowing for the use of unique IR codes based on “bed
number” in a multi-TV single room installation. First determine the
IR mode; then select the bed number.
IR Mode
Bed #
Values
Legacy (Hospital)
1 – 2
0 – 1
Multi-code Remote
1 – 9
16 – 24
Note: For further information, see documentation for the accessory
package that includes the multi-code remote.
021 - V-CHIP (Parental Control)
Set to 1 to activate V-Chip (Parental Control) and have it available
to the end user to filter and control or otherwise restrict programming content that can appear. Set to 0 to turn the V-Chip feature
Off (not available to user); no programming restrictions can be set.
022 - MAX BLK HRS (Maximum Block Hours)
Sets hours from 0 to 99 for the maximum V-Chip (Parental Control)
block hours. Default setting is for 12 blocking hours.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu unless item
084 PERMANENT BLK is set to 0.
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023 - CAPTION LOCK
If set to 0, captions are OFF when the TV is turned ON. Set to 1 to
use the caption setting configured before the TV was turned OFF
when the TV is turned ON.
028 - CH. OVERIDE (Channel Override)
If set to 1, the user can select channels with either Channel Up/
Down or by direct keypad entry. If set to 0, only those channels
that are active in the TV’s memory can be selected.
029 - OLD OCV (On Command Video™)
Set to 1 for operation with systems from On Command Corporation.
030 - ACK MASK
MPI Communication Parameter. When set to 1, enables ACK
feature of MPI.
031 - POLL RATE
MPI Communication Parameter. Selects poll rate for MPI. Step
size of 16 ms. Changing from default may affect communication
via MPI.
032 - TIMING PULSE
MPI Communication Parameter. Sets baud rate for MPI. Step size
of 4.3 uS. Changing from default may affect communication via
MPI.
034 - CAMPORT EN. (Camera Port Enable)
Set to 1 to enable Video 2 input on display panel. If set to 0, Video
2 input on display panel is not functional.
035 - COMPPORT EN. (Computer Port Enable)
Enable/disable TV display panel HDMI 1 input jack. Set to 0 to
disable HDMI 1. Set to 1 to enable HDMI 1.
Note: This setting is ignored if item 093 RJP AVAILABLE is set to 1.
038 - YPrPb EN. (Rear Component Video Enable)
Set to 1 to enable display panel rear Component Video input jacks.
Set to 0 to disable display panel rear Component Video input jacks.
039 - REAR AUX EN. (Rear Aux Enable)
Set to 1 to enable display panel rear Aux (Video 1) input. Set to 0
to disable display panel rear Aux (Video 1) input.
040 - AUTO CAMPORT
Set to 1 to automatically switch to Camport when equipment is
connected to front Video input. Set to 0 to disable front Video
automatic source selection. If set to 1, STRT AUX SRCE cannot
be set to 2.
Note: If set to 1, item 093 RJP AVAILABLE is automatically set to 0.
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046 - STRT AUX SRCE (Start Aux Source)
Sets the starting Aux source. When turned ON, the TV will tune to
starting Aux source if item 004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 0.
If item 093 RJP AVAILABLE is set to 0 and item 040 AUTO
CAMPORT is set to 0:
1 = Video 1
4 = RGB
255 = Last Aux
2 = Video 2
5 = HDMI 2
3 = HDMI 1
6 = Component
If item 093 RJP AVAILABLE is set to 1:
2 = Video 2
5 = HDMI 2
6 = Component
If item 040 AUTO CAMPORT is set to 1:
1 = Video 1
4 = RGB
6 = Component
3 = HDMI 1
5 = HDMI 2
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu unless item
004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 0.
047 - AUX STATUS
Set to 1 for MPI Aux source to be reported as a channel number
instead of channel 0. Set to 0 to disable Aux identification change.
Controls MPI status channel response for Aux inputs.
073 - CH NOT AVBLE (Channel Not Available)
If set to 1 and item 028 CH. OVERIDE is set to 0, a “NOT AVAILABLE” message is displayed when a user direct tunes a channel
that is not in the channel scan list available in memory.
075 - REVERT CH (Revert to Start Channel)
If set to 1 and loss of MPI communication occurs, TV automatically
tunes to the specified Start Channel.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu when item
004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 255.
078 - UPN MSB (UPN Most Significant Byte)
User programmable number, most significant byte readable by
MPI command. Note: Not linked to serial number.
079 - UPN MSB-1 (UPN Most Significant Byte-1)
User programmable number, most significant byte-1 readable by
MPI command. Note: Not linked to serial number.
080 - UPN MSB-2 (UPN Most Significant Byte-2)
User programmable number, most significant byte-2 readable by
MPI command. Note: Not linked to serial number.
053 - DIS. CH-TIME (Disable Channel-Time)
Set to 1 to disable the Channel-Time display; Channel-Time
display will not appear. Set to 0 to enable the Channel-Time
display.
081 - UPN LSB (UPN Least Significant Byte)
User programmable number, least significant byte readable by
MPI command. Note: Not linked to serial number.
069 - EN. CH-T COL. (Enable Channel-Time Custom Color)
Set to 1 to enable custom color for the Channel-Time display. Set
to 0 to disable custom color for the Channel-Time display.
082 - CHKSM ERROR (Checksum Error)
Enforces rigid MPI checksum validation. Set to 1 for validation.
Set to 0 to disable (does not check checksum on MPI async port).
SPI is always checked.
070 - FOR. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display Foreground Color)
Set according to Color Chart:
0 = Black
1 = Blue
2 = Green
3 = Cyan
4 = Red
5 = Violet
6 = Yellow
7 = White
Note: If foreground color and background color are the same, the
menu background will be transparent.
Note: Applies only to “Channel Not Available” message if item
073 CH NOT AVBLE is set to 1 (enabled). Also, items 070 FOR.
CH-TIME and 071 BCK. CH-TIME are not available in the Installer
Menu when item 069 EN. CH-T COL. is set to 0.
071 - BCK. CH-TIME (Channel-Time Display Background Color)
See description for item 070 FOR. CH-TIME above. The color
chart is the same for both items.
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083 - HANDSHK TIME (Handshake Time)
Adds an additional delay to the handshake time which is 64 msec,
thus relaxing MPI timing requirements to be compatible with PCbased Windows controlled systems. Range is 0 - 5.
(Timeout = 25.5MS + [25.5 MS* Handshake time].)
084 - PERMANENT BLK (Permanent Block)
Allows Lock (Parental Control) blocking schemes to be permanent
by disabling the blocking hours function. Set to 1 to install Parental
Control restrictions permanently. Set to 0 for user-specified hours
control of blocking schemes.
087 - REAR RGB EN. (Rear RGB Enable)
Controls access to rear RGB input on TV. Set to 0 to disable RGB
input. Set to 1 to enable RGB input. Set to 17 to initiate a onetime automatic configuration after an AC power cycle; otherwise,
automatic adjustment will be performed each time the RGB input
is accessed.
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088 - EN NOISE MUTE (Enable Noise Mute)
If set to 1, audio mutes when no signal is present.
096 - DEF. ASP. RATIO (Default Aspect Ratio)
Selects default aspect ratio at power up.
090 - KEY LOCK
If set to 1, display panel Channel, Volume, and Caption buttons
are disabled, Power button remains enabled. If set to 0, Channel,
Volume, Caption, and Power buttons are all enabled.
• Set to 0 for Set By System.
• Set to 1 for 4:3.
• Set to 2 for 16:9 (Factory Default).
• Set to 3 for Just Scan.
• Set to 4 for Zoom.
091 - YPrPb2 EN. (HDMI2 Enable)
Set to 1 to enable display panel HDMI 2 input. Set to 0 to disable
display panel HDMI 2 input.
093 - RJP AVAILABLE (Remote Jack Pack Available)
• 0 = Remote jack pack is not available or disabled.
• 1 = Legacy Model RJPs: HDMI Mode
Enables RJP feature for use with full cable bundle models. In
this mode, when an HDMI source is connected to the RJP, both
digital video and audio are expected via the HDMI cable. If no
digital audio is present, no audio will be heard.
• 2 = Legacy Model RJPs: DVI Mode
Enables RJP feature for use with full cable bundle models. In
this mode, when an HDMI/DVI source is connected to the RJP,
only digital video is expected via the HDMI cable. Analog audio
is provided via a separate cable, from the source, connected to
an RJP AUDIO IN. If no analog audio cable is connected, tuner
audio will be heard.
• 5 = Scaler Model RJPs: HDMI Mode
Enables RJP feature for use with reduced cable bundle models.
In this mode, when an HDMI source is connected to the RJP,
both digital video and audio are expected via the HDMI cable. If
no digital audio is present, no audio will be heard.
• 6 = ­Scaler Model RJPs: DVI Mode
Enables RJP feature for use with reduced cable bundle models.
In this mode, when an HDMI/DVI source is connected to the
RJP, only digital video is expected via the HDMI cable. Analog
audio is provided via separate cable, from the source, connected to an RJP AUDIO IN. If no analog audio cable is connected,
tuner audio will be heard.
Notes:
See Reference section, “RJP Model List and Input Auto-sensing
Hierarchy.” If RJP AVAILABLE is set to 1, 2, 5, or 6, item 040
AUTO CAMPORT is automatically set to 0. Settings 1, 2, 5, and 6
allow the lodge staff to customize each TV’s RJP setup based on
customer requirements.
094 - SAP MENU EN (2nd Audio Program)
Set to 1 to enable SAP feature on Function Menu, if Function
Menu is available (i.e., TV is not in Pass-through Mode). Set to
0 to disable SAP feature on Function Menu, if Function Menu is
available.
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Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu unless item
106 ASP RATIO LOCK is set to 0.
098 - PRO:CENTRIC
Selects the Pro:Centric Application Mode. Set to 0 (default) to
disable Pro:Centric operation. Set to 1 for Flash Mode. Set to 2
for GEM (Java Application) Mode.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu when item
119 DATA CHANNEL is set to 0.
Note: When both Pro:Centric items (098 PRO:CENTRIC and 119
DATA CHANNEL) are set, once you exit the Installer Menu, the
Function Menu will be available to end users instead of the TV
setup menus. Also, only the Learn From TV (TLX) option will be
available from the USB Download Menu; the Teach to TV option
will not.
099 - BACK LIGHTING
Sets the TV screen brightness at power up. Default setting is 202.
• 1 - 100 Static Back Lighting
(1 = Dimmest picture, 100 = Brightest picture)
• 101 - 200 Dynamic Back Lighting
(101 = Dimmest picture, 200 = Brightest picture)
• 201 Automatic Static Back Lighting
• 202 Automatic Dynamic Back Lighting
If set between 101 and 200, the TV automatically controls back
lighting depending upon the picture level of the current program. If
set to 201, the TV automatically controls back lighting depending
upon external spectral sensitivity. If set to 202, the TV automatically controls back lighting depending upon external spectral
sensitivity and the picture level of the current program. If set to
255, back lighting is controlled via the Picture settings in the TV’s
setup menus.
102 - ATSC BAND
Sets up TV to receive different types of incoming signals:
0 = Broadcast, 1 = CATV, 2 = HRC, 3 = IRC, 4 = Same as NTSC.
103 - ATSC TUNE MODE
Sets ATSC tuning mode: Default set to 1 for Physical Channel
scan. Set to 0 for Virtual Channel scan.
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Installer Menu (Cont.)
104 - START MINOR CHANNEL
Sets Minor Start Channel number at power up. 0 = NTSC. If not
0, number selected is the digital channel’s Minor Start Channel
number.
119 - DATA CHANNEL
Set to 0 (default) to disable. Set to the RF channel number of the
data channel for Pro:Centric or TV E-Z Installation (splash screen,
configuration, and firmware) data.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu when item
004 STRT CHANNEL is set to 0, 253, or 255.
The TV may take several minutes to load EPG data after AC
power is initially applied.
106 - ASP RATIO LOCK (Aspect Ratio Lock)
Set to 1 to retain previous aspect ratio with power off. Set to 0 to
retain default aspect ratio with power off. See item 096 DEF. ASP.
RATIO above.
Note: The data channel is automatically set to 253 if Media Type
is set to IP in the Pro:Centric Menu on the TV (see “Pro:Centric
Setup” on page 45) or if Data Channel is set to IP Address in the
FTG File Manager, which is used to configure TV CPUs for FTG
Mode operation. It is not possible to change the value to “253”
directly.
116 - VIDEO MUTE EN (Video Mute Enable)
Set to 0 for Normal. Set to 1 for Blank.
117 - FACT DEFAULT (Factory Default)
Set to 0 for normal. Set to 1 to load presets of all Installer Menu
item settings.
Caution: If set to 1, this will reload the factory
defaults and clear the channel lineup, including any
assigned channel icons and custom text labels.
Note: See also Reference section, “Resetting Factory Defaults on
the TV(s),” for further information.
118 - POWER SAVINGS
Default set to 3—the power circuitry for both the embedded b-LAN
module and the GAME CONTROL/MPI port is only powered when
the TV is turned ON. When the TV is in Standby Mode, the MPI
card slot is powered by the Standby power supply and both the
embedded b-LAN and the GAME CONTROL/MPI port are not
powered. When the TV is in Power On Mode, the MPI card slot is
powered by the main 12V power supply and both the embedded
b-LAN and GAME CONTROL/MPI port are powered.
121 - P:C RF WAKE HR
Set the hour from 0 to 23 for Wake On RF. This item uses the
24-hour clock format. The value “128” is displayed as “OFF.”
Directly entering 128 turns the Wake On RF feature OFF.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu if item 119
DATA CHANNEL is set to 0 or 253.
122 - P:C RF WAKE MN
Set the minute from 0 to 59 for Wake On RF.
Note: This item is not available in the Installer Menu if item 119
DATA CHANNEL is set to 0 or 253 or if item 121 P:C RF WAKE
HR is set to 128/OFF.
Note that the TV must be turned ON in order to communicate with
the embedded b-LAN module for configuration and control when
POWER SAVINGS is set to 3. If set to 1, the b-LAN module is
always powered.
Similarly, if MPI communication is required for external MPI
control, POWER SAVINGS should be set to 1 so that the GAME
CONTROL/MPI port circuitry is always powered.
Note: MPI cards with b-LAN technology—LMT7Z5, LMT7Z7,
LMT7Z9—are NOT supported on TVs in which b-LAN technology
is already integrated.
Note: See Reference section, “b-LAN Setup & Overview,” for
further information.
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Channel Icons / Custom Text Labels (2-5-4 + MENU Mode)
Changing Channel Icons and/or Adding or Editing
Custom Text Labels in the Channel-Time Display
If there is no pre-assigned icon for a channel, you can add
a custom text label of up to seven (7) characters to help
identify the channel or network. Also, if desired, a custom
text label can be added to the Channel-Time display in
addition to a pre-assigned icon. You may also add text
labels for the Aux input sources to clearly identify the
devices that are connected to the Aux inputs.
(Icon)
XYZ
XYZ
XYZ
NETWORK
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
(Custom Text Label)
Changing icons and/or adding or editing custom text labels
can only be done if there are channels that have been
transferred to the TV’s PTC either during Master TV Setup
(see pages 11 to 14) or by cloning (USB memory device /
.tll file or clone programmer only).
Note: A blank letter space is available between “Z” and “!”.
To perform channel editing/labeling:
1. Enter the Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly until
the on-screen display of the TV setup menus no longer
toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Press 2-5-4 + MENU on the Installer Remote to enter
the Channel Label Editing Menu.
3. Change channel icons and/or add or edit custom text
labels as described in the procedures below. (You can
do this more than once.)
4. To exit the menu when you are done, press MENU.
Changing a Channel’s Icon on
the Master TV
Adding/Editing Channel Labels
on the Master TV
Adding/Editing Source Labels
on the Master TV
1. Use Channel Up/Down to select
the desired channel.
1. Use Channel Up/Down to select
the desired channel.
2. Use the Left/Right arrow keys
to select the thin letter “I” on the
Channel-Time display.
2. Press the Left or Right arrow
repeatedly until the numbers 1 to 7
appear on the display. The number
shows the position of the character
that can be changed. Number 1 is
the first character, number 2 the
second character, etc.
1. Press INPUT to select the desired
Aux input source: AV1, AV2, RGB,
Component, HDMI, or HDMI2.
3. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to
select the icon with which you want
to identify the channel. (If you know
the icon number, enter the number,
and press ENTER.)
4. Proceed to add/edit custom text
labels, or go to the next channel.
3. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to
select the desired character.
4. Proceed to the next number position, or go to the next channel.
2. Press the Left or Right arrow
repeatedly until the numbers 0 to 9
appear on the display. The number
shows the position of the character
that can be changed.
3. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to
select the desired character.
4. Press INPUT for the next Aux input,
or use Channel Up/Down to return
to channels.
Installer Remote Control Key Functions for Master TV Channel Label Editing Menu
• Channel Up/Down: Tunes to the next channel in scan.
• Left/Right Arrows: Select the item to change. If “I” is
shown, the icon can be changed. If a number is shown, it
indicates the position of the character that can be changed.
• Up/Down Arrows: Select the icon or the character to be
displayed. Tip: Arrows can be held down for fast scrolling.
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• 0 – 9: Use to enter the index number of the icon, if
known.
• ENTER: Changes the icon after the icon number has
been entered.
• INPUT: Changes the Aux input label.
• MENU: Exits the editing process.
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Cloning Overview
IMPORTANT CLONING INFORMATION
Starting with these TV models, there are now four different procedures for cloning a Master TV Setup,
each with its own advantages and limitations (see also “Cloning Methods” on page 11):
• Using a USB memory device / .tlx file
• Using a USB memory device / .tll file
• Using a TLL-1100A clone programmer
• Using a LT2002 clone programmer
Each cloning method is described in further detail on the pages that follow. As you perform cloning procedures, be sure to complete each task as indicated. If a procedure or step is omitted or not performed
completely, cloning may not work. At each step, pay attention to ensure the TV screen shows the proper
message when cloning. If the message indicated does not appear, there is a problem with that step, and
cloning may not be successful.
Caution: Copying a blank or incorrect memory into a TV from a clone programmer will
cause the TV to operate erratically or become inoperable.
Caution: Do not connect a clone programmer to a PPV card installed in the Master or
Target TVs. Also, if the TV is in LodgeNet PPV Mode (check with the site administrator if
you are not certain), do not connect a clone programmer to the GAME CONTROL/MPI port.
Either of these actions will damage the clone programmer and, if applicable, the PPV card.
Before you begin cloning:
• Complete the Master TV Setup procedure (see pages 11 to 14).
• All equipment should be connected to power and turned ON.
• Both the Master and Target TVs must be in Pass-through Mode.
• Learning and Teaching is only possible between identical model TVs.
• If using a USB memory device, ensure the USB device has been formatted with FAT format.
• If using a USB memory device / .tlx file, ensure that the Master TV Setup does not contain a Channel Map;
otherwise, Teaching will result in the Target TV(s) being configured for FTG Mode via CPU.
• For both Master and Target TVs—If using a clone programmer, ensure the TV is tuned to either an Aux
input or an analog (not a digital) channel.
• LT2002 only—Make sure the batteries in the clone programmer are fresh. If batteries are removed, the
clone programmer clock time (if set) will be lost (see page 32 for information on the clone programmer
clock).
Caution: Do not unplug the TV power cord or remove/disconnect the USB memory device/
clone programmer while Learning or Teaching, as doing so may cause the TV to malfunction
or harm the USB device/clone programmer, respectively.
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USB Cloning Procedures
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a USB Memory Device / .tlx File
USB Cloning Notes
• Read the IMPORTANT CLONING INFORMATION on page 24 before beginning any cloning procedures.
In particular, ensure that the Master TV Setup does not contain a Channel Map; otherwise, Teaching will
result in the Target TV(s) being configured for FTG Mode via CPU.
• You may edit the filename as part of the Learning procedure; however, a file with edited contents will not
be recognized.
• It is not possible to clone a Master TV’s clock using a USB memory device. Either set a Target TV’s
clock manually, or use the Auto Clock setting in the TV setup menus.
Learn Setup from Master TV
1. Ensure the Master TV is set up completely and in Pass-through
Mode.
USB Download Menu
2. Plug the USB memory device into the USB IN port on the Master
TV.
Upgrade PTC Software
3. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight the
Option menu icon, and then press the number “7” key a total of
seven times to display the USB Download Menu.
4. To gain access to the “Learn From TV” option in the USB
Download Menu, key in the password used to enter the Installer
Menu (Example: Press 9-8-7-6).
Upgrade TV Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Learn From TV (TLL)
Learn From TV (TLX)
Return
Select the file name and press OK to start
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►
xxLD66xH-UA00003.TLX
►
7. When Learning is done, remove the USB memory device from the
Master TV.
Enter
Learn From TV (TLX)
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Learn From TV (TLX), and
then press ENTER.
6. To differentiate this .tlx file from others, you can use the Up/Down
arrow keys to change the last five digits of the filename. Press
ENTER when you are ready to initiate Learning.
Learning status will be shown on the progress bar. When the
Learning process is complete, the USB Download menu will
reappear on screen.
Return
!
Enter
Learn From TV
UPDATING...
25%
Do not remove the USB from the port!
Do not unplug!
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USB Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a USB Memory Device / .tlx File (Cont.)
Teach Master TV Setup to Target TV
1. Ensure the Target TV is in Pass-through Mode, and then use the
Installer Remote to enter the Target TV Installer Menu: Press
MENU repeatedly until the on-screen display of the TV setup
menus no longer toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001, and press
ENTER. When the value changes back to 0, press ENTER again
to exit the Installer Menu.
3. Plug the USB memory device with the .tlx file into the Target TV
USB IN port.
USB Download Menu
Upgrade TV Software
Upgrade PTC Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Return
Teach To TV (TLX)
4. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight the
Option menu icon, and then press the number “7” key a total of
seven times to display the USB Download Menu.
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Teach To TV (TLX), and
then press ENTER.
6. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the Master TV Setup you
want to install, and then press ENTER. Note: Filenames identify
the TV and the TLX version (see example at right).
Teaching status will be shown on the progress bar. When the
Teaching process is complete, the USB Download menu will
reappear on screen.
Enter
xxLD66xH-UA00003.TLX
Return
!
Enter
Teach To TV
UPDATING...
50%
Do not remove the USB from the port!
Do not unplug!
7. When Teaching is done, remove the USB memory device from
the Target TV, turn OFF the TV, and unplug the TV power cord for
15 seconds.
8. Reconnect the TV power cord, and turn ON the TV. The Master
TV Setup should be resident on the Target TV.
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USB Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a USB Memory Device / .tll File
USB Cloning Notes
• Read the IMPORTANT CLONING INFORMATION on page 24 before beginning any cloning procedures.
• You may edit the filename as part of the Learning procedure; however, a file with edited contents will not
be recognized.
• It is not possible to clone a Master TV’s clock using a USB memory device. Either set a Target TV’s
clock manually, or use the Auto Clock setting in the TV setup menus.
Learn Setup from Master TV
1. Ensure the Master TV is set up completely and in Pass-through
Mode.
USB Download Menu
2. Plug the USB memory device into the USB IN port on the Master
TV.
Upgrade PTC Software
4. To gain access to the “Learn From TV” option in the USB
Download Menu, key in the password used to enter the Installer
Menu (Example: Press 9-8-7-6).
6. To differentiate this .tll file from others, you can use the Up/Down
arrow keys to change the last five digits of the filename. Press
ENTER when you are ready to initiate Learning.
Learning status will be shown on the progress bar. When the
Learning process is complete, the USB Download menu will
reappear on screen.
7. When Learning is done, remove the USB memory device from the
Master TV.
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Teach To TV (TLX)
Learn From TV (TLL)
Learn From TV (TLX)
Return
Enter
Learn From TV (TLL)
Select the file name and press OK to start
xxLD66xH-UA00001.TLL
►
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Learn From TV (TLL), and
then press ENTER.
Teach To TV (TLL)
►
3. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight the
Option menu icon, and then press the number “7” key a total of
seven times to display the USB Download Menu.
Upgrade TV Software
Return
!
Enter
Learn From TV
UPDATING...
25%
Do not remove the USB from the port!
Do not unplug!
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USB Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a USB Memory Device / .tll File (Cont.)
Teach Master TV Setup to Target TV
1. Ensure the Target TV is in Pass-through Mode, and then use the
Installer Remote to enter the Target TV Installer Menu: Press
MENU repeatedly until the on-screen display of the TV setup
menus no longer toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001, and press
ENTER. When the value changes back to 0, press ENTER again
to exit the Installer Menu.
3. Tune/set the TV to an analog or digital channel or Aux input, (ideally
the same source tuned for 2-5-5 + MENU Mode during the Master
TV Setup procedure).
USB Download Menu
Upgrade TV Software
Upgrade PTC Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Return
Teach To TV (TLL)
xxLD66xH-UA00001.TLL
4. Plug the USB memory device with the .tll file into the Target TV
USB IN port.
5. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight the
Option menu icon, and then press the number “7” key a total of
seven times to display the USB Download Menu.
Enter
Return
!
Enter
Teach To TV
6. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Teach To TV (TLL), and
then press ENTER.
UPDATING...
7. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the Master TV Setup you
want to install, and then press ENTER. Note: Filenames identify
the TV and the TLL version (see example at right).
Teaching status will be shown on the progress bar. When the
Teaching process is complete, the USB Download menu will
reappear on screen.
Do not remove the USB from the port!
Do not unplug!
50%
8. When Teaching is done, remove the USB memory device from
the Target TV, turn OFF the TV, and unplug the TV power cord for
15 seconds.
9. Reconnect the TV power cord, and turn ON the TV. The Master
TV Setup should be resident on the Target TV.
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Clone Programmer Cloning Procedures
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a TLL-1100A Clone Programmer
Caution: Do not connect a clone programmer to a PPV card installed in the Master or Target
TVs. Also, if the TV is in LodgeNet PPV Mode (check with the site administrator if you are
not certain), do not connect a clone programmer to the GAME CONTROL/MPI port. Either of
these actions will damage the clone programmer and, if applicable, the PPV card.
TLL-1100A Cloning Notes
TLL-1100A Clone
Programmer
TLL1100A
Ready
Antenna
or CATV
• Read the IMPORTANT CLONING
INFORMATION on page 24 before
beginning any cloning procedures.
• Ensure the TLL-1100A is either fully
charged or connected to AC power.
• Learning and Teaching is only
possible between identical model
TVs; however, the TLL-1100A can
store up to eight different Master
TV Setups.
TV Link
Loader
CHARGE
Cloning is accomplished using the
TV/clone programmer MPI ports for
communication (see figure).
MODE
CLONE SELECTION MENU
Selected Bank: CBankX Saved
(1) LEARN FROM TV
(2) TEACH TO TV
(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP
(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
MPI
Cable
MENU
ENTER
RECEIVE
SEND
TLL-1100A
Learn Setup from Master TV
1. Ensure the Master TV is set up completely and in Pass-through Mode.
2. Tune/set the TV to an analog channel or Aux input, and then plug one
end of the MPI cable into the TV MPI port.
3. Turn ON the TLL-1100A.
4. Use the MODE button on the TLL-1100A to select Clone Mode.
5. Use the Left/Right arrows on the TLL-1100A to select the Memory CBank
(1 to 8) in which to store the Master TV Setup.
6. Plug the other end of the MPI cable into the MPI port on the bottom of the
TLL-1100A. The Clone Selection Menu will display on the TV screen.
7. Press 1 on the Installer Remote to select LEARN FROM TV from the
Clone Selection Menu. Then, press ENTER to transfer the Master TV
Setup into CBankX on the TLL-1100A.
Learning usually takes about 90 seconds. “LEARNING IN PROGRESS”
will be displayed on the screen while the TLL-1100A copies the Master
Setup. When the Learning process is complete, a “LEARNING COMPLETE” message will be displayed.
8. When Learning is complete, disconnect the MPI cable from the Master TV.
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CLONE SELECTION MENU
Selected Bank: CBankX Saved
(1) LEARN FROM TV
(2) TEACH TO TV
(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP
(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX
TV
CLOCK = XX:XX
THE CLONE IS VERSION VX.X.X
- To change menu items, press
channel keys or digits.
- To execute item, press Enter.
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Clone Programmer Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using a TLL-1100A Clone Programmer (Cont.)
(Optional) Set the Clock
Set the time on a Master TV’s clock. (If the time has already been copied
from a TV into the TLL-1100A clone programmer, you can set the Master
TV’s clock by copying the time from the clone programmer.) The TLL-1100A
can copy the current time to both a Master TV and to the clone’s internal
clock—accurate to within one minute.
Since the TLL-1100A’s time cannot be set directly, the current time needs
to be copied from an LG TV equipped with an enabled MPI port.
After the time is copied to the TLL-1100A clone programmer, the current
time will be maintained and can then be transferred to another TV. (This
can be a Master TV or another TV which has already had the features set
up.)
CLONE SELECTION MENU
Selected Bank: CBankX Saved
(1) LEARN FROM TV
(2) TEACH TO TV
(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP
(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX
TV
CLOCK = XX:XX
THE CLONE IS VERSION VX.X.X
- To change menu items, press
channel keys or digits.
- To execute item, press Enter.
Teach Master TV Setup to Target TV
1. Ensure the Target TV is in Pass-through Mode, and then use the Installer
Remote to enter the Target TV Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly
until the on-screen display of the TV setup menus no longer toggles, and
then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001, and press ENTER.
When the value changes back to 0, press ENTER again to exit the
Installer Menu.
3. Tune/set the TV to an analog channel or Aux input (ideally the same
source tuned for 2-5-5 + MENU Mode during the Master TV Setup
procedure), and then connect the MPI cable to the MPI port on the Target
TV. The Clone Selection Menu will display on the TV screen.
4. Ensure the correct Memory CBank(X) is selected on the TLL-1100A.
5. Press 2 on the Installer Remote to select TEACH TO TV from the Clone
Selection Menu. Then, press ENTER to transfer the Master TV Setup to
the Target TV.
Teaching usually takes 3 to 4 minutes. “TEACHING IN PROGRESS” will
be displayed on the screen during Teaching. When the Teaching process
is complete, a “TEACHING COMPLETE” message will be displayed.
6. When Teaching is done, disconnect the MPI cable from the Target TV,
turn OFF the TV, and unplug the TV power cord for 15 seconds.
CLONE SELECTION MENU
Selected Bank: CBankX Saved
(1) LEARN FROM TV
(2) TEACH TO TV
(3) SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
(4) SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
(5) DISPLAY TV SETUP
(6) DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX
TV
CLOCK = XX:XX
THE CLONE IS VERSION VX.X.X
- To change menu items, press
channel keys or digits.
- To execute item, press Enter.
7. Reconnect the TV power cord, and turn ON the TV. The Master TV
Setup should be resident on the Target TV.
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Clone Programmer Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using an LT2002 Clone Programmer
Caution: Do not connect a clone programmer to a PPV card installed in the Master or Target
TVs. Also, if the TV is in LodgeNet PPV Mode (check with the site administrator if you are
not certain), do not connect a clone programmer to the GAME CONTROL/MPI port. Either of
these actions will damage the clone programmer and, if applicable, the PPV card.
Cloning is accomplished using the TV/clone programmer MPI ports for communication (see figure).
LT2002 Cloning Notes
• Read the IMPORTANT CLONING
INFORMATION on page 24 before
beginning any cloning procedures.
MPI
Cable
Antenna
or CATV
• A slow flashing green light indicates
that there are communication
problems between the TV and the
LT2002. If this is the case, check for
a damaged cable, poor contacts, or
other connection troubles.
• If the status indicator is red, the
LT2002 batteries are low and should
be replaced. Install four (4) highquality alkaline AA batteries.
• Learning and Teaching is only
possible between identical model TVs;
however, the LT2002 can store up to
three different Master TV Setups.
Ferrite Core
(TDK, ZCAT
2035-0930)
Connect cable to
TV MPI Jack and
follow on screen
instructions
Status
Indicator
MPI
Color
battery ok
battery low
• green
• red
Reset
Blink pattern
• slow
power on
no communications
• heartbeat power on
communications ok
THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV
THE CLONE IS VERSION XX
THE TV IS VERSION
XX
THE SW IS REVISION
XX
CLONE CLOCK = XX:XX
TV
CLOCK = XX:XX
®
QuickSet II Programmer
LT2002
- PRESS ANY KEY TO CONTINUE.
- DISCONNECT CLONE WHEN DONE.
LT2002 Clone
Programmer
ZENITH ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, LINCOLNSHIRE, ILLINOIS, USA
Learn Setup from Master TV
1. Ensure the Master TV is set up completely and in Pass-through Mode.
2. Tune/set the TV to an analog channel or Aux input, and then plug one end
of the MPI cable into the TV MPI port.
3. If there is a good connection after the LT2002 is connected to the TV MPI
port, “THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF THE TV” message will appear
on the TV screen. Press any key on the Installer Remote to access the
LT2002 Clone Selection Menu.
4. Press 1 on the Installer Remote to select LEARN FROM TV from the
Clone Selection Menu; then press ENTER to proceed to the Memory Bank
Selection Menu.
5. Press 1, 2, or 3 on the Installer Remote to select the clone Memory Bank
in which to store the Master Setup. Then, press ENTER.
Note: If you choose a Memory Bank that already has a Master device’s
setup programmed into it, that setup will be overwritten by the new Master
TV Setup.
6. Verify the Learning setup information on the next screen, and then press
POWER to transfer the Master TV Setup into the selected Memory Bank
on the LT2002.
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CLONE SELECTION MENU
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
LEARN FROM TV
TEACH TO TV
SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
DISPLAY TV SETUP
DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
- TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS
CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.
- TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
POWER, OR ENTER.
SAVE TV SETUP IN SELECTED
CLONE MEMORY
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MEMORY 1 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 2 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 3 VER XX REV XX
RETURN TO CLONE MENU
- TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS
CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.
- TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
POWER, OR ENTER.
COPY SELECTED CLONE MEMORY
TO TV
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MEMORY 1 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 2 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 3 VER XX REV XX
RETURN TO CLONE MENU
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Clone Programmer Cloning Procedures (Cont.)
Learning / Teaching a Master TV Setup using an LT2002 Clone Programmer (Cont.)
(Continued from previous page)
Learning usually takes about 90 seconds. “LEARNING IN PROGRESS”
will be displayed on the screen while the LT2002 copies the Master Setup.
When the Learning process is complete, a “LEARNING COMPLETE”
message will be displayed.
7. When Learning is complete, disconnect the MPI cable from the Master TV.
(Optional) Set the Clock
Set the time on a Master TV’s clock. (If the time has already been copied from a
TV into the LT2002 clone programmer, you can set the Master TV’s clock by
copying the time from the clone programmer.) The LT2002 can copy the current
time to both a Master TV and to the clone’s internal clock—accurate to within
one minute. (Another reason that the LT2002 should be equipped with fresh,
high-quality alkaline batteries, is for it to keep the time as accurately as possible.)
Since the LT2002’s time cannot be set directly, the current time needs to be
copied from an LG TV equipped with an enabled MPI port.
After the time is copied to the LT2002 clone programmer, the current time will
be maintained and can then be transferred to another TV. (This can be a
Master TV or another TV which has already had the features set up.)
CLONE SELECTION MENU
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
LEARN FROM TV
TEACH TO TV
SET CLONE CLOCK FROM TV
SET TV CLOCK FROM CLONE
DISPLAY TV SETUP
DISPLAY CLONE SETUP
- TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS
CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.
- TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
POWER, OR ENTER.
Teach Master TV Setup to Target TV
1. Ensure the Target TV is in Pass-through Mode, and then use the Installer
Remote to enter the Target TV Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly until
the on-screen display of the TV setup menus no longer toggles, and then
press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001, and press ENTER.
When the value changes back to 0, press ENTER again to exit the Installer
Menu.
3. Tune/set the TV to an analog channel or Aux input (ideally the same source
tuned for 2-5-5 + MENU Mode during the Master TV Setup procedure), and
then connect the MPI cable to the MPI port on the Target TV.
4. With “THE CLONE HAS CONTROL OF TV” message on display, press 2
on the Installer Remote to select TEACH TO TV from the LT2002 Clone
Selection Menu. Then, press ENTER.
5. Select the LT2002 Memory Bank in which the new Master TV Setup is
located, and press ENTER.
6. Verify the Teaching setup information on the next screen, and then press
POWER to transfer the Master TV Setup to the Target TV.
Teaching usually takes 3 to 4 minutes. “TEACHING IN PROGRESS” will
be displayed on-screen during Teaching. When the Teaching process is
complete, a “TEACHING COMPLETE” message will be displayed.
7. When Teaching is done, disconnect the MPI cable from the Target TV, turn
OFF the TV, and unplug the TV power cord for 15 seconds.
CLONE SELECTION MENU
SAVE TV SETUP IN SELECTED
CLONE
MEMORY
(1) LEARN
FROM TV
(2) TEACH TO TV
(1)
1 VER
XX FROM
REV XX
(3) MEMORY
SET CLONE
CLOCK
TV
(2)
2 VERFROM
XX REV
XX
(4) MEMORY
SET TV CLOCK
CLONE
(3)
3 VER
XX REV XX
(5) MEMORY
DISPLAY TV
SETUP
(4)
CLONE
MENU
(6) RETURN
DISPLAY TO
CLONE
SETUP
- TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS
- TO
CHANGE
MENU
CHANNEL
KEYS
ORITEMS,
DIGITS.PRESS
CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.
- TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
- TO
EXECUTE
ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
POWER,
OR ENTER.
POWER, OR ENTER.
COPY SELECTED CLONE MEMORY
TO TV
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
MEMORY 1 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 2 VER XX REV XX
MEMORY 3 VER XX REV XX
RETURN TO CLONE MENU
- TO CHANGE MENU ITEMS, PRESS
CHANNEL KEYS OR DIGITS.
- TO EXECUTE ITEM, PRESS ON/OFF,
POWER, OR ENTER.
8. Reconnect the TV power cord, and turn ON the TV. The Master TV Setup
should be resident on the Target TV.
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FTG Mode of Operation Overview
FTG Mode via CPU or EBL
FTG Mode enables Pro:Idiom decryption and also allows logical channel mapping of physical channels.
As indicated in the introduction to this document, there are two separate and distinct methods for configuring
LD660H/LD665H and LV555H TVs for FTG Mode of operation: one (new) method is to configure the TV
CPU for FTG Mode operation, while the other is to configure the TV EBL for FTG Mode operation. FROM A
LOCAL CONFIGURATION STANDPOINT, EACH OF THESE METHODS IS MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE. IF
THE CPU IS IN FTG MODE, THE EBL CANNOT BE SWITCHED TO FTG MODE. LIKEWISE, IF THE EBL
IS IN FTG MODE, THE CPU CANNOT BE SWITCHED TO FTG MODE.
FTG Mode via CPU
FTG Mode via EBL
This mode provides the following features:
• Logical channels mapped to either RF or IP delivered
content.
• Digital RF channel minor (program) numbers up to 999.
• FTG Channel Map of up to 600 logical channels.
• Start Channel set for RF, Aux input, or IP delivered content.
• Pro:Centric data delivery over RF or IP.
This mode provides the following features:
• Logical channels mapped to RF delivered content.
• Digital RF channel minor (program) numbers up to 255.
• FTG Channel Map of up to 141 logical channels.
• Start Channel set for RF or Aux input delivered content.
• Pro:Centric data delivery over RF.
FTG Mode via CPU requires LG FTG File Manager PC
software to create an FTG Configuration (.tlx) file. In this
mode, the CPU is the owner of the FTG Channel Map and
must be configured with an FTG Channel Map and FTG
Installer Menu settings using one of the following processes:
FTG Mode via EBL requires LG FTG Device Configuration
Application PC software to create an FMA Configuration
(.fma) file. In this mode, the EBL is the owner of the FTG
Channel Map and must be configured with an FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings using one of the
following processes:
• Local: Configure an individual LD660H/LD665H/LV555H
TV via its USB port using an FTG Configuration (.tlx)
file on a USB memory device. The “Teach to TV (TLX)”
process, along with associated procedures, is described
on pages 35 to 39.
• Local: Configure an individual LD660H/LD665H/LV555H
TV’s EBL via its TV-LINK CFG jack using a direct PC-toTV connection and the FTG Device Configuration Application. The “Write” process for an FTG Channel Map and
FTG Installer Menu settings is described on page 40.
• Remote: Configure all LD660H/LD665H/LV555H TVs at
the site using a Pro:Centric server head end device
(Example: PCS150R). Load an FTG Configuration (.tlx)
file on the Pro:Centric server using the TV E-Z Installation
“Configuration” option in the Pro:Centric Server Admin
Client. Refer to the Pro:Centric™ Server Admin Client
User Guide for further information.
• Remote: Configure all LD660H/LD665H/LV555H TV EBLs
at the site using a Free-To-Guest Management Appliance
(FMA) head end device (Example: FMA-LG101). Refer
to the Free-To-Guest (FTG) Configuration Application
manual and/or the Installation & Setup manual for the
FMA device for further information.
Caution: (FTG Mode via CPU only) If applicable, IP/network settings must be completed in
the IP Environment Menu before a TV is configured for FTG Mode (see page 45 for further
information—the default network setting is DHCP). If IP/network requirements change after
a TV has been configured for FTG Mode, the TV will need to be reset to Pass-through Mode
before the settings can be modified (see Reference section, “Resetting Factory Defaults on
the TV(s),” for further information).
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FTG Mode of Operation Overview (Cont.)
While the TV is in FTG Mode:
• Users can still access the Installer Menu using an LG Installer Remote; however, all Installer Menu
items will be read-only.
• Any FTG configuration changes must be made using either the FTG File Manager (FTG Mode via CPU)
or the FTG Device Configuration Application (FTG Mode via EBL). FTG Channel Map Configuration and
FTG Installer Menu Configuration Utilities enable you to make changes, respectively, to the FTG Channel
Map and FTG Installer Menu settings as necessary. Based on the initial method used to configure the TV
for FTG Mode operation (via CPU or EBL), all subsequent changes must be transferred to either the TV
or the EBL via a process that is in accordance or compatible with that method (see information on local
configuration in this document or refer to documentation for the head end device/server for information on
remote management).
• If it becomes necessary to reset the TV to Pass-through Mode, there are several options that will enable
you to do so. Refer to Reference section, “Resetting Factory Defaults on the TV(s),” for further information.
Pages 41 to 44 provide overviews of the utilities that comprise the FTG File Manager. Refer to the FreeTo-Guest (FTG) File Manager User Guide for further information on the FTG File Manager. Refer to the
Free-To-Guest (FTG) Configuration Application manual for information on the FTG Device
Configuration Application.
Determining the TV Operating Mode
To determine the operating mode of the TV, press MENU on the Installer Remote. The menu display
alternates based on the operating mode. See examples below.
If the end user Function Menu appears, typically the TV is in FTG Mode. If the TV setup menus appear,
the TV is in Pass-through Mode.
Note: If the TV is not in FTG Mode, but both the Data Channel and the Pro:Centric Application Mode
have been set in the Installer Menu or the Pro:Centric Menu, the TV is in Application Tuning Mode. In
Application Tuning Mode, only the Function Menu is available to end users instead of the TV setup
menus; however, Installer Menu items remain editable (not read-only).
ASPECT RATIO
Move
Function Menu
Indicates the TV (CPU or EBL) is not
in Pass-through Mode­­. While the TV is
in FTG Mode, Installer Menu settings
can be accessed as read-only.
Set By Program
ABC
4:3
16:9
Zoom
Just Scan
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Enter
CHANNEL
PICTURE
AUDIO
TIME
OPTION
LOCK
INPUT
USB
TV Setup Menus
Shows that the TV is in
Pass-through Mode­­.
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FTG Mode via CPU
Creating an FTG Configuration File using the FTG File Manager
This section describes how to create an FTG Configuration (.tlx) file that can be saved to a USB memory
device. In order to enable Pro:Idiom decryption, it is recommended that you create an FTG Configuration
file using the FTG File Manager.
Notes:
• FTG File Manager software is available online at: www.LGcommercial.com/FTGsoftware.
• There is also an option to save (Learn) an FTG Configuration file from a TV, which may be
desirable or required in either of the following situations:
−− If you want to save customized TV setup menu settings to the FTG Configuration file (in
addition to the FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings).
−− If you do not know the RF channels at the site.
See “Learning an FTG Configuration File from a TV” on page 38 for further information. However, if you use this option to save an FTG Configuration file, it is still highly recommended
that you open the new FTG Configuration file in the FTG File Manager to verify the file
contents/settings and to enable Pro:Idiom decryption by marking Encrypted channels.
The procedure below provides an overview of the steps required to create an FTG Configuration (.tlx)
file. Refer to the Free-To-Guest (FTG) File Manager User Guide for further information. See also FTG
File Manager sample screens on pages 41 to 44.
1. Install (if necessary) and launch the FTG File Manager (v1.0.0 or higher) on the PC that will be used
to create the FTG Configuration (.tlx) file.
2. You have a number of options:
• To view and/or base a new FTG Configuration file on an existing LD660H/LD665H or LV555H FTG
Configuration (.tlx) file, click Open under the TLX File section of the FTG File Manager main screen,
and select the desired (.tlx) file.
A list of the file’s contents will be displayed in the TLX File Contents window. Double-click each item
individually or click Copy All to transfer all the items listed to the FTG Configuration List and, if
applicable, to the TV Setup Menu List, though note that while TV setup menu settings can be included
in the new FTG Configuration file, the TV Setup Menu List is not available for editing.
Edit the configuration of the items in the FTG Configuration List as well as the FTG Configuration
List, as necessary, to create a new file, and then proceed to step 4 when you are ready to continue.
• If applicable, you can also open an existing FTG Configuration (.rml) file created in the FTG Device
Configuration Application to use its FTG Channel Map and/or FTG Installer Menu settings. Edit the
channels and/or settings as necessary.
• Otherwise, create a new FTG Channel Map using the FTG Channel Map Editor in the FTG Channel
Map Configuration Utility. Then, continue with step 3.
Note: Up to 600 logical channels (combined total of both RF and IP mapped channels) can be
defined in the FTG Channel Map.
3. If necessary, click Configure in the FTG File Manager menu bar, and select FTG File Manager to
return to the FTG File Manager main screen.
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FTG Mode via CPU (Cont.)
(Continued from previous page)
4. To add an FTG Channel Map, click >> under FTG Channel Map to copy the current Mapped RF
Channels and Mapped IP Channels to the FTG Configuration List.
Note: If you make any change(s) in the FTG Channel Map Configuration Utility to the current data to
be included in the FTG Configuration List, you will need to recopy the FTG Channel Map to the FTG
Configuration List.
5. (Optional) Load default FTG Installer Menu settings for the TV:
• Click the down arrow at the right of the Chassis field under Installer Menu Templates, and select the
appropriate option (depending on the TV type) from the drop-down list of available models.
• Click the Load button.
• Use the FTG Installer Menu Configuration Utility to modify settings, if necessary. Then, return to the
FTG File Manager main screen.
6. To add FTG Installer Menu settings, click >> under FTG Installer Menu Settings to copy the current
settings to the FTG Configuration List.
Note: If you make any change(s) in the FTG Installer Menu Configuration Utility to the current data to
be included in the FTG Configuration List, you will need to recopy the FTG Installer Menu settings to
the FTG Configuration List.
7. Click the Save button above the FTG Configuration List to save its contents (including TV setup menu
settings, if present) to an FTG Configuration (.tlx) file on the PC’s hard drive for later use (default
folder path is C:\Program Files\Zenith\FTG\TLX).
8. Transfer the FTG Configuration file to a USB memory device, and proceed to “Teaching FTG
Configuration to a TV” on the following page to transfer the FTG Configuration file to an LD660H/
LD665H or LV555H TV.
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FTG Mode via CPU (Cont.)
Teaching FTG Configuration to a TV
This procedure describes how to “Teach” an FTG Configuration file from a USB memory device to a TV.
Ensure you have completed the procedure on the previous page to create the FTG Configuration file
before proceeding with the steps below.
Notes:
• If the TV is not in FTG Mode, but both Pro:Centric items (098 PRO:CENTRIC and 119 DATA
CHANNEL) have already been set in the Installer Menu on a TV, Teach to TV options will not
be available from the USB Download Menu.
• If the TV EBL is already in FTG Mode, you cannot use this procedure to make changes to
the FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings. You must use a direct PC-to-TV
connection as described on page 40 or an FMA head end device to reconfigure the EBL.
• If either of the preceding conditions applies, but you wish to switch the TV to FTG mode via
CPU, refer to Reference section, “Resetting Factory Defaults on the TV(s),” for further
information before proceeding.
1. Plug the USB memory device that contains the FTG Configuration
file into the Target LD660H/LD665H or LV555H TV USB IN port.
2. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus (TV is in Pass-through Mode) or the Function Menu (TV is
already in FTG Mode).
3. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight either the Option
menu icon from the TV setup menus or the Lock menu icon from
the Function Menu. Then, press the number “7” key a total of seven
times to display the USB Download Menu.
USB Download Menu
Upgrade TV Software
Upgrade PTC Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Return
6. When Teaching is done, remove the USB memory device. The
FTG Configuration should be resident on the Target TV. Also, the
Target TV CPU is now in FTG Mode (if it was previously in Passthrough Mode).
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Enter
Teach To TV (TLX)
4. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Teach To TV (TLX), and then
press ENTER.
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the FTG Configuration file
you want to install, and then press ENTER.
The TV will show Teaching completion progress in a new window.
Do NOT remove the USB device until Teaching is complete. When
Teaching is complete, the TV will tune to the first logical channel in
the FTG Channel Map.
xxLD66xH-UA00005.TLX
Return
!
Enter
Teach To TV
UPDATING...
50%
Do not unplug!
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FTG Mode via CPU (Cont.)
Learning an FTG Configuration File from a TV
To ensure that Pro:Idiom decryption is enabled, it is recommended that you create an FTG Configuration
file using the FTG File Manager as described on pages 35 to 36. However, if necessary, this option
enables you to save (Learn) an FTG Configuration file from an LD660H/LD665H or LV555H TV to a USB
memory device.
Notes:
• The option to save (Learn) an FTG Configuration file from a TV may be desirable or required
in either of the following situations:
−− If you want to save customized TV setup menu settings to the FTG Configuration file
(in addition to the FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings).
−− If you do not know the RF channels at the site.
• If the TV is NOT already in FTG Mode, you may need to perform some manual configuration
on the TV before you start this procedure (see “Optional Manual Configuration / TV Setup”
on following page).
2. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup
menus (TV is in Pass-through Mode) or the Function Menu (TV is
already in FTG Mode).
3. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight either the Option
menu icon from the TV setup menus or the Lock menu icon from
the Function Menu. Then, press the number “7” key a total of seven
times to display the USB Download Menu.
4. To gain access to the Learn From TV options in the USB Download Menu, key in the password used to enter the Installer Menu
(Example: Press 9-8-7-6).
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Learn From TV (TLX), and
then press ENTER.
7. When you are finished, remove the USB memory device.
Upgrade TV Software
Upgrade PTC Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Learn From TV (TLL)
Learn From TV (TLX)
Return
Enter
Learn From TV (TLX)
Select the file name and press OK to start
xxLD66xH-UA00005.TLX ►
6. To differentiate this .tlx file from others, you can use the Up/Down
arrow keys to change the last five digits of the filename. Press
ENTER when you are ready to initiate Learning.
The TV will show Learning completion progress in a new window.
Do NOT remove the USB device until Learning is complete. When
Learning is complete, the USB Download Menu will reappear on
screen.
USB Download Menu
►
1. Plug a USB memory device into the USB IN port on the TV.
Return
!
Learn From TV
Enter
25%
UPDATING...
Do not unplug!
Note: It is highly recommended that you open this FTG
Configuration file in the FTG File Manager—BEFORE transferring
(Teaching) the file to any TVs—to verify FTG Channel Map and
FTG Installer Menu settings and enable Pro:Idiom decryption by
marking Encrypted channels. This will also enable you to confirm
and add channel attributes, labels, etc.
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FTG Mode via CPU (Cont.)
Optional Manual Configuration / TV Setup
The manual configuration procedures below should only be performed if you do not know the RF channels
at the site and need to “Learn” an FTG Configuration file from an LD660H/LD665H or LV555H TV as
described on the previous page. Ensure the TV is in Pass-through Mode before you begin.
Set Installer Menu Items
These steps provide specific instruction only on the Installer Menu items
that should be set on an LD660H/LD665H or LV555H TV. Refer to pages
15 to 22 for detailed information on all Installer Menu items.
1. Make sure the TV is ON. Then, use the Installer Remote to enter the
Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly until the on-screen display of the
TV setup menus no longer toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001 and press ENTER
on the Installer Remote.
This clears all Installer Menu custom settings, the channel lineup, etc.
and reloads the factory default settings. The value will change back to
0 after the commercial controller (PTC) has been restored to factory
default condition. This step ensures that the TV Channel Memory will be
the active channel lineup.
3. Set Installer Menu item 003 BAND/AFC, as appropriate.
• Broadcast: Set to 000.
• HRC: Set to 002.
• CATV: Set to 001 (default).
• IRC: Set to 003.
4. Set any other Installer Menu items that affect your TV programming
network to the required configuration. For example, enable/disable Aux
inputs, set a Start Channel, etc.
5. After you have adjusted all required Installer Menu item settings, press
ENTER once on the Installer Remote to save your changes; then, press
ENTER again to exit the menu.
Run Auto Tuning (Channel Search)
Note: In the FTG Configuration file, Logical Channel numbers will automatically be assigned in ascending order, starting with 0 (zero), to the Physical
Channels from the TV Channel Map.
Note: Pro:Idiom decryption for encrypted channels will not be enabled unless
you use the FTG File Manager to set the channel attributes.
1. Search for all available analog and digital channels: Use the Installer
Remote to go to the Channel Menu, select the Auto Tuning option, and
follow the on-screen instructions.
xxLD66xH PTC INSTALLER MENU
000 INSTALLER SEQ
UPN 000-000-000-000
PTC V1.00.016
000
ASIC D279
CPU V1.21.00
Typical Installer Menu
Note: The Installer Menu header will vary
depending on the TV you are setting up.
117
FACT DEFAULT
001
003
BAND/AFC
00X
Adjust the settings for these
Installer Menu items.
CHANNEL
Move
Enter
Auto Tuning
Manual Tuning
Channel Edit
Channel Label
Use Channel Menu options to run
Auto Tuning and edit the channel
lineup, as necessary.
2. Use the Channel Edit option in the Channel Menu to edit the channel
lineup, as necessary, to include free to guest channels only. Add/delete
channels per your system requirements.
Once you have completed these procedures, return to “Learning an FTG
Configuration File from a TV” on the previous page to complete the Learn
sequence.
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FTG Mode via EBL (Local Configuration)
The following steps outline local FTG configuration of individual TV EBLs using a direct PC-to-TV
connection. Refer to the Free-To-Guest (FTG) Configuration Application manual for further information.
Notes: • FTG Device Configuration Application software is available online at: www.LGcommercial.com/
FTGsoftware.
• If the TV CPU is already in FTG Mode, you cannot use this procedure to make changes to the
FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings. Instead, refer to and use the processes
described on pages 35 to 37 to reconfigure the TV CPU.
• If the preceding condition applies, but you wish to switch the TV to FTG Mode via EBL, refer
to Reference section, “Resetting Factory Defaults on the TV(s),” for further information before
proceeding.
1. Install (if necessary) and launch the FTG Device
Configuration Application (v5.0.0 or higher) on the
PC that will be used to configure the EBL.
2. Build an FTG Channel Map using the FTG Channel
Map Editor in the FTG Channel Map Configuration
Utility (or, if applicable, open an existing FTG
Configuration [.rml] file).
Note: Up to 141 logical channels can be defined in
the FTG Channel Map.
LD660H/LD665H
Jack Panel
5. “Write” the FTG Channel Map to the EBL (switches
the EBL from Pass-through Mode to FTG Mode).
Note: After a “Write” of new data, the TV will briefly
display a green text banner that shows the EBL firmware version and release date.
6. “Read” the current FTG Installer Menu settings from
the EBL using the FTG Installer Menu Configuration
Utility. If necessary to make changes to Installer
Menu items, “Write” them back to the EBL in FTG
Mode.
7. Save the FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu
settings to an FTG Configuration (.rml) file for future
use.
RESET
..........
LAN2
RESET
TV-LINK CFG
HDMI/DVI
.......... IN
1
2
..........
1
..........
3. Connect the PC to the TV-LINK CFG jack on the
TV’s rear connections panel using a USB-to-TTL
serial cable (TTL-232R-5V-AJ). If necessary, install
the device driver on the PC.
4. Turn ON the TV.
Note: If Installer Menu item 118 POWER SAVINGS
is set to 3 (default), the TV must be ON in order for
steps 5 and 6 below to be successful.
LAN2
HDMI/DVI IN
2
TV-LINK CFG
Use for direct PC-toTV FTG configuration.
TV-LINK CFG
.....
.....
.....
RJP
INTERFACE
RGB IN (PC)
RJP
INTERFACE
RGB IN (PC)
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
.....
.....
.....
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
Laptop
PC
Laptop
PC
USB-to-TTL Serial Cable
Required for direct PC-to-TV
FTG configuration.
LV555H
Jack
LAN1 Panel
HDMI/DVI IN
LAN1
LAN2
1 ..........
HDMI/DVI IN
LAN2
RJP
1 ..........
.....
.....
.....
INTERFACE
RJP
RGB IN (PC)
INTERFACE
RGB IN (PC)
.....
.....
.....
RESET
UPDATE
RESET
TV-LINK CFG
TV-LINK CFG
Use for direct PC-toTV FTG configuration.
UPDATE
TV-LINK CFG
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
Laptop
PC
Laptop
PC
USB-to-TTL Serial Cable
Required for direct PC-to-TV
FTG configuration.
8. Tune the TV to a Logical Channel in the FTG
Channel Map.
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FTG File Manager Utilities Overview
FTG File Manager Main Screen
FTG CONFIGURATION LIST
Data to be saved in FTG
Configuration (.tlx) file.
CLEAR/SAVE
FTG Configuration
List options.
NEW/OPEN
TLX File options.
Filename of opened FTG
Configuration (.rml) file
created using FTG Device
Configuration Application.
Copy FTG Channel Map
to and from FTG
Configuration List.
Copy FTG Installer Menu
settings to and from FTG
Configuration List.
Load default FTG Installer
Menu for LD660H/
LD665H or LV555H.
TV SETUP MENU LIST
Data to be saved in FTG
Configuration file.
TLX FILE CONTENTS
Data contained in opened
FTG Configuration (.tlx) file.
Note: The data referenced in the FTG Configuration List is only a snapshot of the current FTG Channel Map and FTG Installer Menu settings
when copied to the list. If you make any change(s) to the current data
to be included in the FTG Configuration List, you will need to recopy
Channel Map and Installer Menu settings to the FTG Configuration List.
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FTG File Manager Utilities Overview (Cont.)
FTG Channel Map Configuration Utility
The FTG Channel Map Configuration Utility enables you to build a Channel Map with logical channel
numbers. The FTG Channel Map for LD660H/LD665H and LV555H TVs may contain both RF and IP
channels. Select the appropriate tab—RF Channel Map or IP Channel Map—as necessary, either in this
screen, or in the Channel Map Editor (see next page).
RF Channel Map
EDIT/ADD MAP
Click to open the FTG Channel
Map Editor to create or edit an
FTG Channel Map (see next
page).
PRINT MAP
Click to display a printable
FTG Channel Map Report. The
report can also be exported as
an HTML or Text file.
Filename of opened FTG Configuration
(.rml) file created using FTG Device
Configuration Application.
IP Channel Map
EDIT/ADD MAP
Click to open the FTG Channel
Map Editor to create or edit an
FTG Channel Map (see next
page).
PRINT MAP
Click to display a printable
FTG Channel Map Report. The
report can also be exported as
an HTML or Text file.
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Filename of opened FTG Configuration
(.rml) file created using FTG Device
Configuration Application.
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FTG File Manager Utilities Overview (Cont.)
FTG Channel Map Editor
The FTG Channel Map Editor shows a single Logical Channel’s data and the FTG Channel Map. Select
the appropriate tab—RF Channel Map or IP Channel Map—as necessary, in the bottom panel of the
screen.
LOGICAL CHANNEL MAPPING
Select a Logical Channel number. Then,
for an RF channel, assign it the RF, Major,
and Minor channel numbers to complete
the mapping, or for an IP channel, assign
it the IP Address, IP Type, Port Address,
and Program # to complete the mapping.
CUSTOM CHANNEL LABELS/ICONS
Enter custom labels and select icons
by name on menu or by number.
SET CHANNEL ATTRIBUTES
Check/select Encrypted, OSD,
or Blank Video.
ZONE RESTRICTION
Select Zone restriction
for channel. See
Reference section, “TV
Zone Restrictions,” for
further information.
ADD
After defining a new
Logical Channel, click to
add channel to the FTG
Channel Map.
UPDATE
After editing an existing
Logical Channel’s data,
click to commit the changes
in the FTG Channel Map.
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EXIT
Click to exit editor and
return to FTG Channel
Map Configuration Utility.
DELETE
Click to remove highlighted
channel from FTG Channel
Map.
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FTG File Manager Utilities Overview (Cont.)
FTG Installer Menu Configuration Utility
CONFIGURATION SETTINGS
Select tabs for categories of Installer
Menu items to set up TV.
Filename of opened FTG Configuration
(.rml) file created using FTG Device
Configuration Application.
Notes:
• Pro:Centric and LAN tabs enable you to set up parameters equivalent to the Offset Setup and
Pro:Centric Menus described under “IP Environment Setup” on pages 45 and 46 of this document.
Refer to the Free-To-Guest (FTG) File Manager User Guide for further information on these tabs.
• The Start Channel item (#4) in the Tuning tab for these models allows you to assign an IP start
channel.
• The Hospital tab contains setup items that are applicable only for hospital-grade TV models.
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IP Environment Setup
The IP Environment Menu enables you to set up network features of the TV. Like the Installer Menu, the
IP Environment Menu is editable (with the Installer Remote) only if the TV is in Pass-through or Application
Tuning Mode and read-only when the TV is not in either of these modes.
Access the IP Environment Menu
1. Use the Installer Remote to enter the Installer Menu: Press MENU repeatedly until the on-screen menu
display no longer toggles, and then press 9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
2. Navigate to Installer Menu item 119 DATA CHANNEL, and press 2-5-3 + MENU to launch the IP
Environment Menu (see sample displays below).
Use the Up/Down arrow keys on the Installer Remote to select the desired menu option—Network Setup,
Offset Setup, or Pro:Centric—and then press ENTER. Refer to the following sections for information on each
of the IP Environment setup options.
Network Setup
If the TV is connected to a network with a DHCP server, by
default the server will automatically assign an IP address to the
TV. The Network Setup Menu options enable you to set up static
IP/network connections or to revert from static to DHCP settings.
Use the Up/Down arrow keys to navigate between fields.
1. With Network Setup selected, use the Left/Right arrow keys
on the Installer Remote to select Static or DHCP in the Mode
field.
2. (Static IP/network connections only) Complete the IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS1, and DNS2 fields. Either key
in or use the Left/Right arrow keys to select the appropriate
values.
3. When you have completed all fields as necessary, navigate to
Apply, and then press ENTER.
4. Press MENU to return to TV viewing, or press RETURN to
return to the previous menu level.
IP Environment
Network Setup
Offset Setup
IP Environment
Pro:Centric
Network Setup
Move
Mode
►
DHCP
Prev.
►
IP Address
0
0
0
0
Subnet Mask
0
0
0
0
Gateway
0
0
0
0
DNS1
0
0
0
Move
DNS2
0
0
0
MAC Address :
e8:5b:5b:63:97:3e
0Prev.
0
Apply
Offset Setup
IP Environment
Move
Prev.
Move
Prev.
Pro:Centric
Network
Setup
Offset Setup
If necessary, due to an audio and/or video stream delay, the
Offset Setup Menu options enable you to compensate for
synchronization irregularities by allowing audio PTS, video PTS,
and PCR offset modifications. Note that any offset modifications
should be performed by qualified personnel only.
1. With Offset Setup selected, use the Up/Down arrow keys on
the Installer Remote to navigate to the appropriate field: Audio
PTS Offset, Video PTS Offset, or PCR Offset.
2. Use the Left/Right arrow keys to set the appropriate offset
value for the selected field. Offset values are represented in
10 ms intervals to 500 ms or -500 ms.
3. When you have completed all modifications as required,
press MENU to return to TV viewing, or press RETURN to
return to the previous menu level.
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Offset Setup
IP Environment
Pro:Centric
Network Setup
Offset Setup
IP Environment
Audio PTS Offset
►
0
Video PTS Offset
0
PCR Offset
0
►
Move
Prev.
Move
Prev.
Pro:Centric
Network
Setup
Offset Setup
IP Environment
Pro:Centric
Network Setup
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Network Setup
IP Environment Setup (Cont.)
Offset Setup
Pro:Centric
Pro:Centric Setup
The Pro:Centric Menu options enable you to configure
Pro:Centric server settings in the TV. With Pro:Centric selected,
use the Up/Down arrow keys to navigate between fields.
Note: Options that are initially grayed out/inaccessible in the
Pro:Centric Menu are dependent upon other settings in the
display. For example, if “IP” is selected in the Media Type field,
the Server IP and Port Number fields become accessible.
Note: For those fields that permit direct entry of numerical values
(for example, Port Number, Data Channel, etc.), once you key in
the maximum number of digits allowed in the highlighted field, the
next available field will be highlighted.
IP Environment
Move
Mode
Network Setup
Offset Setup
Pro:Centric
Off
►
0
0
0
Port Number
0
Wake On Lan
Off
Data Channel
0
Wake On RF
Off
Wake On Time
►
RF
Media Type
Server IP
Prev.
0
12 : 00 AM
1. To enable/disable Pro:Centric application operation on a TV, use the Left/Right arrow keys on the
Installer Remote to select the appropriate setting—Off, FLASH, or GEM—in the Mode field.
Note: If the mode has already been set in the Installer Menu (Installer Menu item 098 PRO:CENTRIC),
the specified mode will be reflected in this field. If you change the mode in this menu, Installer Menu
item 098 will now reflect the value you entered here.
2. In the Media Type field, use the Left/Right arrow keys to select IP or RF, as required.
Note: Setting the Media Type to “IP” automatically sets the Data Channel field to “253.” You cannot
alter this setting (unless you revert to RF media). It is not possible to direct enter “253” in the Data
Channel field.
3. (IP media only) Complete the Server IP and Port Number fields for TV E-Z Installation (splash screen,
configuration, and firmware) data. The Server IP must be an IPv4 multicast address within the
designated range of 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255.
Either key in or use the Left/Right arrow keys to select the appropriate values in each field. Note that
the port number (five digits maximum) must match exactly the port number that has been set in the
Pro:Centric RF/IP Configuration display in the Admin Client (refer to the Pro:Centric™ Server Admin
Client User Guide for further information).
4. In the Wake On LAN field, use the Left/Right arrow keys to select On or Off, as required. The Wake On
LAN feature enables the TV to receive software updates via the LAN while the TV is in standby mode.
5. (RF media only) In the Data Channel field, either key in or use the Left/Right arrow keys to select the
RF channel number of the data channel for Pro:Centric or E-Z Installation (splash screen, configuration, or firmware) data. The data channel must be between 0 (disabled) and 135.
The TV may take several minutes to load EPG data after AC power is initially applied.
Note: If the data channel has already been set in the Installer Menu (Installer Menu item 119 DATA
CHANNEL), the specified channel will appear in this field. If you change the data channel in this menu,
Installer Menu item 119 will now show the value you entered here.
6. (RF media only) In the Wake On RF field, use the Left/Right arrow keys to select On or Off, as
required. The Wake On RF feature enables the TV to receive software updates via RF while the TV is
in standby mode. If you set Wake On RF to “On,” specify the appropriate Wake On time in the Wake On
Time field. Note that the Wake On time is based on a 12-hour clock. Ensure the AM/PM specification is
set accordingly.
7. Once all fields are completed as required, press MENU to return to TV viewing, or press RETURN to
return to the previous menu level.
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Remote Jack Pack / TV Connections & Setup
Remote Jack Pack Setup
RJP Available? If you will use a Remote Jack Pack (RJP) in your system, set Installer Menu item 093
RJP AVAILABLE appropriately (for example, on a legacy model RJP: HDMI Mode, set RJP AVAILABLE
to 001). See Installer Menu detailed descriptions for further information.
093
RJP AVAILABLE
001
TV Connections
Make these connections ONLY after Master TV Setup and TV cloning procedures are
complete.
Refer to the appropriate figure below, and connect the RJ-45 Control cable from the RJP cable bundle to
the RJP INTERFACE port on the TV’s jack panel. Then, connect HDMI, RGB, and Composite Video/
Audio connectors, as applicable, for the cable bundle.
LD660H/LD665H Jack Panel
LAN2
HDMI/DVI IN
..........
1
..........
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
TV-LINK CFG
VIDEO L/MONO-AUDIO-R
AUDIO OUT
Y
PB
PR
RJP
INTERFACE
R
.....
....
.....
.....
.....
RJP INTERFACE
Connect RJ-45
Control cable from
RJP cable bundle.
L
SPEAKER
OUT
8
AUDIO/VIDEO IN 1
Connect Composite Video/
Audio connectors from RJP
cable bundle. (Composite
Video on legacy RJP only.)
SERVICE
ONLY
RS-232C IN
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
RGB IN (PC)
COMPONENT
IN
2
GAME
CONTROL/MPI
LAN1
RESET UPDATE
AV IN 1
HDMI/DVI IN 1
Connect HDMI
connector from
RJP cable bundle.
(SERVICE ONLY)
RGB IN (PC)
Connect RGB connector from RJP
cable bundle (legacy RJP only).
LV555H Jack Panel
RESET
LAN1
LAN2
GAME CONTROL
/MPI
UPDATE
TV-LINK CFG
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
VIDEO L/MONO-AUDIO-R
AUDIO OUT
INTERFACE
Y
.....
.....
.....
RGB IN (PC)
PB
PR
L
.....
....
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
RS-232C IN
(SERVICE ONLY)
R
COMPONENT
IN
RJP
RJP INTERFACE
Connect RJ-45
Control cable from
RJP cable bundle.
1 ..........
SERVICE
ONLY
AV IN 1
HDMI/DVI IN 1
Connect HDMI
connector from
RJP cable bundle.
HDMI/DVI IN
SPEAKER
OUT (8 )
ANTENNA IN
AUDIO/VIDEO IN 1
Connect Composite Video/
Audio connectors from RJP
cable bundle. (Composite
Video on legacy RJP only.)
RGB IN (PC)
Connect RGB connector from RJP
cable bundle (legacy RJP only).
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Reference: Upgrading TV/PTC Software using a USB Memory Device
Checking the Software Versions
xxLD66xH PTC INSTALLER MENU
You can check the software versions of the TV by
accessing the Installer Menu with the Installer
Remote: Press MENU repeatedly until the on-screen
menu display no longer toggles, and then press
9-8-7-6 + ENTER.
000 INSTALLER SEQ
UPN 000-000-000-000
PTC V1.00.016
When you are finished, press ENTER again to exit
the Installer Menu.
ASIC D279
CPU V1.21.00
PTC Version
CPU Version
i
Upgrading TV/PTC Software
Before you begin, note that the software upgrade files must be stored in a
folder named “LG_DTV” in the root directory of the USB memory device.
Also, ensure the USB device has been formatted with FAT format.
Note for TV Software Upgrade only: If the TV detects a later version
of software on the USB device, it will automatically display a dialog from
which you can start the software upgrade immediately. Otherwise, you can
close the dialog, and access the USB Download Menu as described below.
1. Turn the TV ON.
Typical Installer
Menu
000
TV Software Update
[ Current TV Software Version Information ]
boot(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
epak : 3.13.0
rootfs(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
mtdinfo(RELEASE) : 0.00.0
emanual(RELEASE) : 0.00.3
model(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
kernel(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
ezcal(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
micom(RELEASE) : 0.d0.b8
lgfont(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
USB Download Menu
The following software files are found in the memory card.
Select the file TV
you want
to download to this TV
Upgrade
Software
or press EXIT to cancel the update.
Upgrade
PTC Software
EPK :
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
SPLASH.bmp
Return
i
2. Plug the USB memory device into the USB IN port on the TV.
Enter
TV Software Update
[ Current TV Software Version Information ]
boot(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
epak : 3.13.0
rootfs(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
mtdinfo(RELEASE) : 0.00.0
emanual(RELEASE) : 0.00.3
model(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
kernel(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
ezcal(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
micom(RELEASE) : 0.d0.b8
lgfont(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
3. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup menus
(TV is in Pass-through Mode) or the Function Menu (TV is not in
Pass-through Mode).
The following software files are found in the memory card.
Select the file you want to download to this TV
or press EXIT to cancel the update.
4. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight either the Option
menu icon from the TV setup menus or the Lock menu icon from the
Function Menu. Then, press the number “7” key a total of seven times
to display the USB Download Menu.
xxLD66xH_v3.14.00
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Upgrade TV Software or
Upgrade PTC Software, as applicable, and press ENTER. (See
screen samples at right.)
i
EPK : 3.14.00
Upgrade PTC Software
6. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the upgrade to install, and then
press ENTER.
The TV will show update completion progress in a new window. Do NOT
remove the USB device until the software upgrade is complete. When a
TV software upgrade is complete, the TV will reset itself with an automatic
restart. When a PTC upgrade is complete, the TV will turn OFF.
The following software files are found in the memory card.
xxLD66xH_v1.00.014
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Reference: Downloading a Splash Screen using a USB Memory Device
Splash Screen Image File Guidelines
• The splash screen image must be a 24-bit (RGB 8 x 8 x 8) BMP.
• The image should be no larger than 3 MB.
• The ideal resolution for the image is 1366 x 768 pixels or under.
• The image file must be stored in a folder named “LG_DTV” in the root
directory of USB memory device.
USB Download Menu
Upgrade TV Software
Upgrade PTC Software
Teach To TV (TLL)
Teach To TV (TLX)
Return
Enter
• Ensure the USB device has been formatted with FAT format.
i
Downloading a Splash Screen Image
[ Current TV Software Version Information ]
boot(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
epak : 3.13.0
rootfs(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
mtdinfo(RELEASE) : 0.00.0
emanual(RELEASE) : 0.00.3
model(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
kernel(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
ezcal(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
micom(RELEASE) : 0.d0.b8
lgfont(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
1. Turn the TV ON.
2. Plug the USB memory device into the USB IN port on the TV.
3. Press MENU on the Installer Remote to display the TV setup menus
(TV is in Pass-through Mode) or the Function Menu (TV is not in
Pass-through Mode).
4. Use the arrow navigation keys to select/highlight either the Option
menu icon from the TV setup menus or the Lock menu icon from the
Function Menu. Then, press the number “7” key a total of seven times
to display the USB Download Menu.
5. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select Upgrade TV Software, and
then press ENTER.
The following software files are found in the memory card.
Select the file you want to download to this TV
or press EXIT to cancel the update.
EPK :
SPLASH.bmp
i
TV Software Update
[ Current TV Software Version Information ]
boot(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
epak : 3.13.0
rootfs(RELEASE) : 0.00.1
mtdinfo(RELEASE) : 0.00.0
emanual(RELEASE) : 0.00.3
model(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
kernel(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
ezcal(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
micom(RELEASE) : 0.d0.b8
lgfont(RELEASE) : 3.13.0
6. Use the Up/Down arrow keys to select the image file to download,
and then press ENTER.
The TV will show download completion progress in a new window. Do
NOT remove the USB device until the image download is complete.
When the image download is complete, the TV will reset itself with an
automatic restart. Upon the restart, you should see the new splash
screen.
TV Software Update
The following software files are found in the memory card.
Select the file you want to download to this TV
or press EXIT to cancel the update.
EPK : 3.14.00
xxLD66xH_v3.14.00
i
Upgrade PTC Software
The following software files are found in the memory card.
xxLD66xH_v1.00.014
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Reference: Power Consumption Settings
32/37/42LD660H & 32/37/42LD665H
The following tables assume that Installer Menu item 118 POWER SAVINGS is set to 3 (default) and
Installer Menu item 099 BACK LIGHTING is set as shown below (default value is 202).
32LD660H / 32LD665H
Item 099
Back Lighting
(Static)
37LD660H / 37LD665H
42LD660H / 42LD665H
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
100
88.6
0%
100.7
0%
120.5
0%
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
1
84.1
79.0
74.2
69.4
64.2
59.3
54.6
49.6
45.1
40.4
5%
11%
16%
22%
28%
33%
38%
44%
49%
54%
95.2
89.1
83.4
77.6
71.3
65.5
60.0
54.0
48.7
43.5
5%
12%
17%
23%
29%
35%
40%
46%
52%
57%
113.1
105.6
98.2
90.8
83.4
76.2
69.2
61.5
54.8
48.2
6%
12%
19%
25%
31%
37%
43%
49%
55%
60%
32LD660H / 32LD665H
Item 099
Back Lighting
(Dynamic)
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
101
37LD660H / 37LD665H
42LD660H / 42LD665H
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
Power
Consumption
(Watts)
Percent
Savings
53.3
51.6
50.5
48.6
47.8
46.6
45.0
43.9
42.3
41.3
40.3
40%
42%
43%
45%
46%
47%
49%
50%
52%
53%
55%
61.3
59.5
57.5
55.6
53.6
52.0
50.2
47.9
46.0
44.5
43.0
39%
41%
43%
45%
47%
48%
50%
52%
54%
56%
57%
70.3
67.6
65.8
63.4
61.1
59.2
56.5
54.1
51.9
49.8
47.9
42%
44%
45%
47%
49%
51%
53%
55%
57%
59%
60%
Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.
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Reference: Power Consumption Settings (Cont.)
32/37/42/47/55LV555H
32LV555H
37LV555H
42LV555H
47LV555H
55LV555H
Item 099
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Back Lighting
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
(Static)
Savings
Savings
Savings
Savings
Savings
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
100
47.6
0%
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
1
46.8
46.1
45.4
44.9
43.8
42.7
41.5
40.4
39.4
38.3
2%
3%
5%
6%
8%
10%
13%
15%
17%
20%
72.5
69.9
67.0
64.3
61.6
58.8
56.0
53.4
50.6
47.9
45.2
0%
4%
8%
11%
15%
19%
23%
26%
30%
34%
38%
105.3
0%
113.1
0%
90.1
0%
100.3
95.2
90.4
85.7
80.6
75.8
71.1
66.0
61.2
56.5
5%
10%
14%
19%
23%
28%
32%
37%
42%
46%
107.5
101.1
95.7
90.2
84.6
79.2
73.8
68.1
62.8
57.6
5%
11%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
44%
49%
87.9
85.7
84.2
82.5
79.4
75.9
72.6
69.5
66.1
62.7
2%
5%
7%
8%
12%
16%
19%
23%
27%
30%
32LV555H
37LV555H
42LV555H
47LV555H
55LV555H
Item 099
Power
Power
Power
Power
Power
Back Lighting
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Percent
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
Consumption
(Dynamic)
Savings
Savings
Savings
Savings
Savings
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
(Watts)
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
110
101
45.9
45.1
44.3
43.4
42.6
41.9
41.1
40.2
39.4
38.8
38.0
4%
5%
7%
9%
11%
12%
14%
16%
17%
18%
20%
53.2
52.4
51.7
50.8
50.2
49.7
48.8
48.1
47.0
46.6
46.0
27%
28%
29%
30%
31%
31%
33%
34%
35%
36%
37%
72.5
70.8
69.1
67.4
65.7
64.3
62.0
60.9
59.2
57.9
56.4
31%
33%
34%
36%
38%
39%
41%
42%
44%
45%
46%
75.4
73.2
71.4
69.2
67.9
66.0
64.2
62.6
60.4
58.7
57.4
33%
35%
37%
39%
40%
42%
43%
45%
47%
48%
49%
85.2
82.3
79.9
77.5
75.1
73.4
71.1
68.7
66.3
64.7
62.6
5%
9%
11%
14%
17%
19%
21%
24%
26%
28%
31%
Note: Values are results of controlled experiments under laboratory conditions.
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Reference: TV Camport Auto Sense Operation
The Camport Auto Sense function is enabled when:
1. Installer Menu item 034 CAMPORT EN is set to 1 AND
2. Installer Menu item 040 AUTO CAMPORT is enabled (1).
Selectable: Can be accessed with INPUT key, direct
access, etc.
Auto Sense: TV switches to this input when connector is
inserted. The Camport (Side [AV IN 2] Video) has the
highest priority and will override any commands including
tuning to the Start Channel.
Camport Operation (Pass-through)
When Camport Auto Sense is enabled as above, the TV
will switch from its current source to the Side (AV IN 2)
Video input whenever a plug is inserted into the AV IN 2
Video input.
When the video plug is removed, the TV will switch back to
the previous source that was being displayed before the
plug was inserted. However, if any direct access to an Aux
channel or RF channel is requested while the Camport is
active, then, when the video plug is removed, the TV will
switch to the last requested channel. Source changes
using any Source keys (INPUT) are ignored. Channel Up/
Down and Flashback commands are not Direct Access
tuning commands, and they are also ignored.
Camport Operation (FTG or PPV)
The operation will be similar to that of the Pass-through
Mode. However, when the Channel Map is maintained
external to the PTC (i.e., FTG and PPV), Channel Up/
Down or Flashback keys are sent as Direct Access tuning
commands to the PTC/TV.
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CAMPORT (Side Video) Functionality Control
Item 034
CAMPORT EN
Item 040
AUTO CAMPORT
Side (AV IN 2)
Video Operation
0
0
Disabled
0
1
Disabled
1
0
Selectable
1
1
Auto Sense
Previous State
Before Inserting
CAMPORT
Operation While
CAMPORT is
Active
State Upon
Removal of
CAMPORT
Aux or RF
Channel
None
Previous Aux
or RF Channel
Aux or RF
Channel
Direct Access
Last Requested
Aux or RF Channel
Aux or RF
Channel
Ch Up/Down,
Flashback, and
Input Keys
Previous Aux
or RF Channel
Previous State
Before Inserting
CAMPORT
Operation While
CAMPORT is
Active
State Upon
Removal of
CAMPORT
Aux or RF
Channel
None
Previous Aux
or RF Channel
Aux or RF
Channel
Direct Access
Last Requested
Aux or RF Channel
Aux or RF
Channel
Ch Up/Down,
Flashback, and
Input Keys
Last Requested Aux
or RF Channel
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Reference: TV Aux Input Configuration
ENABLE
DIRECT ACCESS
Tuning
TV
Installer Menu
MPI DATA
MPI DATA
STATUS TYPE
0x41 SOURCES
ENABLED (R/W)
DATA STATUS
TYPE 0xD2
CURRENT AV
SOURCE (R)
DATA STATUS
TYPE 0x0D
AUX
SOURCE (R)
START AUX
SOURCE
ASSIGNMENT
OLD_
OCV = 0
OLD_
OCV = 1
Source
Input
Source
Mode
Number
Labeling
Value
Labeling
Value
Labeling
130
90
Video2
(Side)
CV/SVIDEO
34
CAMPORT_EN
0x01
Video Front
(Camport)
0
Video Front
(Camport)
0 (VIDEO)
2
131
91
Video1
(Rear)
CV/SVIDEO
39
REAR_AUX_EN
0x02
Rear Video
(Aux)
1
Rear Video
(Aux)
0 (VIDEO)
1
132
92
HDMI2
DTV/PC
91
YPrPb2 EN = 1
0x04
S-Video
Rear
2
S-Video Rear
0 (VIDEO)
5
133
93
HDMI1/DVI
DTV/PC
35
COMPPORT_EN
=1
0x08
Front
Computer
3
Front
Computer
0 (VIDEO)
3
134
94
RGB
PC
87
REAR RGB EN
=2
0x10
SVGA Rear
Computer
4
SVGA Rear
Computer
2
(COMPUTER)
4
136
96
Component
38
YPrPb EN
0x40
Y/UV
Component
6
Rear Y/PrPb
Component
Video
0 (VIDEO)
6
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Reference: b-LAN Setup & Overview
The b-LAN module is internal to the TV. It allows hotel/institution head end equipment with b-LAN technology
to communicate, via the institution’s RF distribution system, with the TV for configuration and control.
Note: MPI cards with b-LAN technology—LMT7Z5, LMT7Z7, LMT7Z9—are NOT supported in TVs in which
b-LAN technology is already integrated.
Installer Menu item 118 POWER SAVINGS controls the power circuitry for both the embedded b-LAN module
and the GAME CONTROL/MPI port. The default value is 003—the b-LAN module as well as the GAME
CONTROL/MPI port circuitry is only powered when the TV is turned ON. See chart below.
TV Standby State
TV Power On State
b-LAN & GAME
CONTROL/MPI Port
Power
b-LAN & GAME
CONTROL/MPI Port
Power
001
On
On
003 (default)
Off
On
POWER
SAVINGS
A b-LAN enabled head end device, such as an LG FMA-LG101, broadcasts over the RF distribution system to
communicate to multiple TVs. When the TV is first installed, it must be turned ON in order for its embedded
b-LAN module to receive communication from the head end device. At this point, if it is desired for the b-LAN
module to always be powered, including while the TV is in Standby, set Installer Menu item 118 POWER
SAVINGS to 001.
Also, if MPI communication is required for external MPI control, set Installer Menu item 118 POWER SAVINGS
to 001 so that the GAME CONTROL/MPI port circuitry is always powered.
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Reference: RJP Model List and Input Auto-sensing Hierarchy
RJP Model List
Legacy Models
Scaler Models
RJP-101M
RJP-201M
RJP-101ML
N/A
RJP-110F
RJP-210F
RJP-110FW
RJP-210FW
RJP-110W
RJP-210W
RJP-110WBR
RJP-210WBR
RJP-110S
RJP-210S
RJP-120G
RJP-220G
RJP-120T
RJP-220T
RJP-201B
RJP-301B
RJP-202B
RJP-302B
RJP Input Auto-sensing Hierarchy
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Priority
Video
Audio
1st (Highest)
Digital Video In
Audio In (3.5mm)
2nd
PC Video In
Audio In (L/R)
3rd
Video In
Digital Video In
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Reference: Resetting Factory Defaults on the TV(s)
This section describes how to reset factory defaults either on a single TV that is currently in Pass-through
or FTG Mode or on multiple TVs that are currently in FTG Mode.
Note: If the TV(s) is/are currently in FTG Mode, restoring the factory defaults also resets the TV to Passthrough Mode.
Installer Menu Item 117 FACT DEFAULT
If the TV is currently in Pass-through Mode, you can set Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT to 001 to
reload the factory defaults and clear the channel lineup, including any assigned channel icons and custom
text labels.
Factory “IN-STOP”
If the TV is currently in FTG Mode, a predefined value for Installer Menu item 117 FACT DEFAULT
enables access to initiate a factory “IN-STOP” process that will reset the TV to Pass-through Mode in
addition to restoring all factory defaults. Contact technical support for the required value for Installer Menu
item 117 and for additional information on performing the IN-STOP from the Installer Menu.
Additional FTG Mode via CPU Options
There are two additional options for resetting Pass-through Mode/factory defaults on TVs that are in FTG
Mode via the CPU. The first enables you to reset a single TV to Pass-through Mode, while the second
enables you to reset multiple TVs to Pass-through Mode at one time.
• Using a USB memory device, “Teach” an FTG Configuration (.tlx) file that only contains a “0 Mapped
Channels” FTG Channel Map to the TV. Refer to “Creating an FTG Configuration File using the FTG File
Manager” and “Teaching FTG Configuration to a TV” on pages 35 to 37, respectively, for further information.
• If your system uses a Pro:Centric server for remote management/administration, use the Pro:Centric
Admin Client to load an FTG Configuration (.tlx) file that only contains a “0 Mapped Channels” FTG
Channel Map on the Pro:Centric server. Refer to the Pro:Centric™ Server Admin Client User Guide
for further information.
Additional FTG Mode via EBL Options
There are two additional options for resetting Pass-through Mode/factory defaults on TVs that are in FTG
Mode via the EBL. The first enables you to reset a single TV to Pass-through Mode, while the second
enables you to reset multiple TVs to Pass-through Mode at one time.
Note: While the IN-STOP process described above will clear both the PTC and the CPU, both
options below only clear the PTC. Thus, the current Channel Map and TV setup menu settings
will remain in the CPU after the reset is completed.
• Using a direct PC-to-TV connection, “Write” an unpopulated Channel Map—that is, a Channel Map with
zero channels—to the TV. Refer to the “FTG Mode via EBL” procedure on page 40 and/or the Free-ToGuest (FTG) Configuration Application manual for further information.
• If your system uses an FMA for remote management/broadcast configuration, configure the FMA device
with an FMA Configuration file that only contains a “0 Mapped Channels” FTG Channel Map to broadcast to the TV EBL(s). Refer to the Free-To-Guest (FTG) Configuration Application manual and/or the
Installation & Setup manual for the FMA device for further information.
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Reference: TV Zone Restrictions
The FTG Channel Map Editor in the FTG File Manager’s FTG Channel Map Configuration Utility enables
you to assign Zone restrictions to channels that may be deemed unsuitable for certain locations, for
example, a hotel lobby. In the FTG Channel Map Editor, a Zone # (for example, “1”) must be designated for
each channel that is to be restricted.
On location, set the Zone # for all the TVs in a select area, or “Zone” (for example, the lobby) so that the
TVs can omit channels that have been restricted in the FTG Channel Map. However, note that while a channel can be restricted from up to eight Zones, a TV can only ever be in (set for) one Zone. TV Zone 0 is the
default TV Zone #. When the TV Zone is 0, the TV will ignore any restriction that may be placed on channels
in the FTG Channel Map.
See the FTG Channel Map Editor overview on page 43. Also, see the Free-To-Guest (FTG) File Manager
User Guide for more detailed information on assigning Zone restrictions.
Use the following procedure to specify a Zone designation for a TV.
1. Press MENU on the Installer Remote, and use the arrow
navigation keys to select/highlight the OPTION menu option.
Then, press ENTER.
2. Use the Up/Down arrows to select Zone, and then press
ENTER.
3. In the Zone pop-up window, use the Left/Right arrows to
select the appropriate Zone number. Then, press ENTER.
4. Press MENU to return to TV viewing, or press RETURN to
return to the previous menu level.
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OPTION
Menu Language
Audio Language
Caption
Set ID
Demo Mode
Zone
Move
Enter
: English
: English
: Off
:1
: Off
:0
►
1
►
Close
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Reference: LD660H/LD665H Rear Jack Panel
UPDATE
Restricted to software updates.
OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Use for amps and home theater systems.
Note: In Standby Mode, this port is not
enabled.
RESET
Initiates a hardware reset and
switches the TV to standby.
LAN 1
Use for video IP and/or
network connections.
TV-LINK CFG
Use for direct PC-to-TV
FTG configuration.
GAME CONTROL/MPI
When the TV/EBL is in Pass-through Mode, the MPI
function enables an external MPI control device (i.e.,
clone programmer, VOD/PPV STB, etc.) to control the
TV. Game Control—EBL in LodgeNet PPV Mode only.
LAN 2
Use for video IP and/or
network connections.
LAN2
HDMI/DVI IN
1
..........
TV-LINK CFG
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
VIDEO L/MONO-AUDIO-R
AUDIO OUT
Y
PB
PR
.....
....
.....
.....
.....
RJP
INTERFACE
RGB IN (PC)
L
RS-232C IN
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
(SERVICE ONLY)
HDMI/DVI IN
Connection for
HDMI/DVI output
from external device.
RS-232C IN
Use for downloading
software updates, etc.
RJP INTERFACE
Connection for Remote Jack
Pack (RJP) Control cable.
RGB IN (PC)
Connection for RGB
output from PC.
AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI)
Audio connection for
RGB or DVI device.
R
COMPONENT
IN
..........
AV IN 1
2
GAME
CONTROL/MPI
LAN1
RESET UPDATE
SPEAKER
OUT
8
AUDIO/VIDEO IN 1
Connection for composite
audio/video output from
external device.
SERVICE
ONLY
SPEAKER OUT (8Ω) *
Connect to 8 ohm self-powered
speaker input. Intended for
special applications, such as a
powered bathroom speaker
with volume control.
SERVICE ONLY
Restricted to software updates.
COMPONENT IN
Connection for component
output from external device.
* This stereo jack provides a mono speaker fixed-level,
1 watt output (audio +, audio -, w/ground shield). Do NOT
plug in a mono connector, as this may damage the TV.
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Reference: LV555H Rear Jack Panel
SPEAKER OUT (8Ω) *
Connect to 8 ohm self-powered speaker input.
Intended for special applications, such as a powered
bathroom speaker with volume control.
RESET
Initiates a hardware reset and
switches the TV to standby.
OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Use for amps and home theater systems.
Note: In standby mode, this port is not enabled.
UPDATE
Restricted to software updates.
HDMI/DVI IN
Connection for HDMI/DVI
output from external device.
SERVICE ONLY
Restricted to software updates.
GAME CONTROL/MPI
When the TV/EBL is in Pass-through Mode, the MPI
function enables an external MPI control device (i.e.,
clone programmer, VOD/PPV STB, etc.) to control the
TV. Game Control—EBL in LodgeNet PPV Mode only.
LAN1/LAN2
Use for video IP and/or
network connections.
RESET
LAN1
HDMI/DVI IN
SERVICE
ONLY
GAME CONTROL
/MPI
UPDATE
TV-LINK CFG
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
VIDEO L/MONO-AUDIO-R
AV IN 1
LAN2
1 ..........
SPEAKER
OUT (8 )
AUDIO OUT
RJP
INTERFACE
Y
.....
.....
.....
RGB IN (PC)
AUDIO IN
(RGB/DVI)
L
R
RS-232C IN
(SERVICE ONLY)
RS-232C IN
Use for downloading
software updates, etc.
AUDIO IN (RGB/DVI)
Audio connection for
RGB or DVI device.
* This stereo jack provides a mono speaker fixed-level,
1 watt output (audio +, audio -, w/ground shield). Do NOT
plug in a mono connector, as this may damage the TV.
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.....
....
RJP INTERFACE
Connection for Remote Jack
Pack (RJP) Control cable.
RGB IN (PC)
Connection for RGB
output from PC.
PB
COMPONENT
IN
TV-LINK CFG
Use for direct
PC-to-TV FTG
configuration.
ANTENNA IN
ANTENNA IN
Connect to
Antenna/CATV.
COMPONENT IN
Connection for component
output from external device.
AUDIO/VIDEO IN 1
Connection for composite
audio/video output from
external device.
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Reference: Side Connections Panel
USB IN
A/V 2 Input
HDMI/DVI
IN 2
AV IN 2
VIDEO / AUDIO
..........
L/MONO-AUDIO-R IN
Connect to audio output
jacks on external device.
For only mono audio output,
connect to Left audio input.
VIDEO L/MONO -AUDIO- R
USB IN
Insert USB memory device
for software updates, cloning
purposes, FTG Mode via CPU
configuration, picture/music
entertainment, etc., as applicable.
USB IN
LD660H/LD665H TVs
AV IN 2
VIDEO IN
Connect to video output port on
external device (see Reference
section, “TV Camport Auto
Sense Operation,” for further
information).
AV IN 2
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..........
USB IN
HDMI/DVI
IN 2
VIDEO L/MONO -AUDIO- R
USB IN
Insert USB memory device
for software updates, cloning
purposes, FTG Mode via CPU
configuration, picture/music
entertainment, etc., as applicable.
AV IN 2
VIDEO / AUDIO
USB IN
LV555H TVs
HDMI/DVI IN 2
Connection for HDMI/DVI
output from external device.
A/V 2 Input
Connect to video/audio output
port on external device (see
Reference section, “TV Camport
Auto Sense Operation,” for
further information).
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LD660H/LD665H TVs only
Note: The Antenna connection for LV555H TVs is located on the rear jack panel (see page 59).
Antenna
or CATV
ANTENNA IN
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Connect to Antenna/
CATV.
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Troubleshooting
General Troubleshooting
Some Quick and Easy Tips for Resolving Problems
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Possible Solution(s)
(TV in Pass-through Mode) Installer Menu
item 028 CH. OVERIDE is set to 0, i.e.,
disabled (recommended setting).
If Installer Menu item 028 CH. OVERIDE is set to 0, only
channels that are active in the TV’s channel lineup can be
selected. Set CH. OVERIDE to 1 to allow access for direct
keypad entry to all channels.
(TV in FTG Mode) The channel entered is
not part of the FTG Channel Map.
Channel access is restricted to channels included in the FTG
Channel Map. If necessary, make changes to the FTG
Channel Map using the FTG File Manager or the FTG Device
Configuration Application, as appropriate.
Installation
Cannot direct enter
channel number.
Power
No power.
See troubleshooting flow chart on following page.
No picture.
Display panel is turned OFF.
• Turn TV ON.
• Power failure?
Antenna/cable not connected.
Connect antenna/cable signal to TV.
Connections incorrect.
Check connections on TV.
MPI not connected.
If applicable, connect MPI cable to MPI device.
Encrypted program.
Try another channel.
Wrong tuning band.
Adjust Installer Menu settings.
Installer Menu setup.
Wrong Installer Menu settings.
Adjust Installer Menu settings as required.
Remote doesn’t work.
Remote not in TV Mode.
Use MODE key to select “TV”; puts remote into TV Mode.
Not aimed at IR remote sensor.
Point remote at IR receiver on TV.
Remote too far from IR sensor.
Move remote closer to IR receiver on TV or darken room.
MPI not connected.
If applicable, connect MPI cable to MPI device.
IR path to TV’s receiver obstructed.
Remove obstructions.
Weak batteries.
Replace batteries.
Wrong battery polarity.
Check that “+” and “-” match in battery compartment.
Too much light in room.
Dim room light.
Wrong Installer Remote.
Requires compatible Installer Remote. Contact your LG
dealer.
Display Panel Picture
Erratic Operation
Installer Remote
Picture Reception
Normal picture,
poor or no sound.
Audio muted.
Press MUTE or use Volume Up key to increase sound level.
Broadcast problem.
Try a different channel.
Note: For other problems not caused by the TV, refer to the other devices’ operating guide(s).
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Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Troubleshooting Flowchart
Controller
Quick Check
STATUS
LED on PTC
Board
blinking?
No
TV
connected
to AC
Power?
No
Plug into AC
Power outlet.
Yes
Yes
Bad
TV
Cycle the power by
removing and reconnecting
the AC Power cord. Then,
observe POWER LED
on front of TV.
POWER
LED lit?
No
Bad Digital
Board
Yes
No
Bad
TV
Yes
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Bad
TV
Press VOLUME UP/
DOWN or MUTE key on
in-room or system
integrator-supplied remote.
TV
responded?
Press VOLUME UP/
DOWN or MUTE key
on LG Installer Remote.
No
Yes
Press POWER on
LG Installer Remote.
TV
turned ON?
TV
responded?
No
Contact system
integrator for additional
troubleshooting
assistance.
Yes
End
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Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Commercial Mode Check / FTG Operation Troubleshooting
Commercial Mode Check
Use this flowchart to determine whether the TV is currently in Commercial Mode.
Press POWER on
Installer Remote.
TV turned
ON?
No
TV
connected
to AC
Power?
No
Plug into AC
Power outlet.
Yes
Yes
Bad
TV
Leave the TV set ON,
and press MENU on the
Installer Remote.
Function
Menu
on display?
No
Press MENU repeatedly
as if to access the
Installer Menu.
Yes
On-screen
menu display
no longer
toggles?
No
TV is not in Commercial
Mode. Call Technical
Support for assistance.
Yes
TV is in
Commercial Mode.
TV is in
Commercial Mode.
FTG Operation Troubleshooting
The following table provides troubleshooting information for when the EBL is configured in the FTG Mode of operation.
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Solution(s)
Communication Error
(“Communications
Timeout”)
Cable(s) not connected.
Check and connect communication cables.
TV not powered.
Check/connect the TV power cord.
TV not turned ON.
TV needs to be turned ON (default FTG Mode).
Wrong COM
(communication) port.
In the FTG Device Configuration Application, select the
correct COM port for the cable being used.
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Troubleshooting (Cont.)
Clone Programmer Troubleshooting
Caution: Do not connect
a clone programmer to a
PPV card installed in the
Master or Target TVs. Also, if
the TV is in LodgeNet PPV Mode
(check with the site administrator
if you are not certain), do not
connect a clone programmer to
the GAME CONTROL/MPI port.
Either of these actions will
damage the clone programmer
and, if applicable, the PPV card.
Reset Clone Programmer After Static Shock
After replacing exhausted batteries (LT2002 only), or if the clone programmer
behaves strangely after a static shock:
• TLL-1100A: Turn the TLL-1100A OFF and then ON.
• LT2002: Use a paper clip or similar instrument inserted through the small hole
marked RESET to activate the internal reset switch and restore normal operation.
After a reset, check the real-time clock setting. It may be necessary to set the
clone programmer clock from a TV containing the correct time.
Note: Both the Master and Target TVs must be in Pass-through Mode for cloning
purposes. See also IMPORTANT CLONING INFORMATION on page 24.
Clone Programmer
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Possible Solution(s)
Clone copies setup in less
than 30 seconds.
Not enough time to copy entire
TV setup.
TLL-1100A: Turn the TLL-1100A OFF and then ON.
LT2002: Press RESET on clone programmer.
Then redo Learn/Teach. (Learning usually takes about 90 seconds;
Teaching usually takes 3 to 4 minutes.)
Remote does not operate
clone programmer.
Wrong Installer Remote.
Only use an LG Installer Remote to operate clone programmer
with TV.
Clone menu does not display on TV screen, TLL1100A shows error message, or LT2002 LED does
not blink.
MPI cord not connected.
Connect MPI cord properly, and ensure good connection.
TV not turned ON.
TV must be powered ON for clone programmer to work.
(LT2002 only) Weak batteries.
Install four (4) fresh AA high-quality alkaline batteries.
(TLL-1100A only) No charge.
Ensure the TLL-1100A is fully charged or connected to AC power.
Clone menu hard to read.
Weak signal.
Connect TV to a reliable analog channel signal source.
No time set.
Time not available.
Set time on a TV, and copy time to clone programmer.
Clone not working.
Clone programmer problem.
• Try a different clone programmer.
• Reset the clone programmer.
Clone scans channels
more than once.
Clone should only scan channels Ensure TV is set up correctly, and try cloning again.
once.
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Possible Solution(s)
Cloning did not work.
Procedure interrupted.
Wait until procedure complete message is displayed.
Different TV models.
Cloning is only possible with identical model TVs.
Step(s) omitted or not performed.
Refer to the applicable cloning procedure(s), and make sure all
tasks were performed.
(LT2002 only) Clone time
disappeared.
Batteries were removed.
Batteries must remain installed to retain time settings.
New setup not present.
Target TV not reset.
Disconnect Target TV from AC power for 15 seconds.
Master and Target TVs
• After cloning operations are complete, unplug the TLL-1100A/LT2002 from the TV.
• If the TV does not display a picture (blank screen) after a few seconds, just change channels.
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Glossary of Terms
A list of definitions for some of the words found in this guide.
75 OHM RF CABLE
The wire that comes from an off-air
antenna or cable service provider. The
end looks like a hex-shaped nut with a
wire through the middle. It screws onto
the Antenna/Cable threaded jack on the
back of the TV.
300 TO 75 OHM ADAPTER
A small device that connects a 2-wire
300 ohm antenna to a 75 ohm RF jack.
It is usually about an inch long with two
screws on one end and a round opening
with a wire extending out the other end.
A/V CABLES
Audio/Video cables. Three cables
bunched together­—right audio (red), left
audio (white), and video (yellow). A/V
cables are used for stereo playback of
videocassettes and for higher quality picture and sound from other A/V devices.
A/V DEVICE
Any device that produces video or sound
(VCR, DVD, cable box, or television).
AMPLIFIER
An electronic device that amplifies sound
from a television, CD player, VCR, DVD
player, or other audio/video device.
ANTENNA
The physical receiver of television signals
sent over the air. A large metal piece of
equipment does not always have to be
visible to be using an antenna.
b-LAN
LodgeNet Interactive Corporation
proprietary RF communication system
used to configure/control TV via RF
distribution system.
CABLE
Cable service box. Refers to the
descrambler box cable subscribers use
to receive cable programming signals.
CATV
Programming provided by a cable
service.
COMPONENT VIDEO
Uses three wires for transporting threecolor video signals. The end result is
usually better video quality.
OUTPUT
Refers to the output jack that sends
a signal out of a VCR, DVD player, or
other audio/video device.
COMPOSITE VIDEO
Typical video jack, uses one wire for
transporting three-color video signals.
PHYSICAL CHANNEL NUMBER
The actual channel number. Analog
channels use the Physical Channel
number and digital channels can use a
Virtual Channel number.
DELETE
Lets you remove channels from the list
that the end user can scroll through
using Channel Up/Down.
DIGITAL TELEVISION
High-resolution, cinema-quality television
signals transmitted digitally.
DVI
Digital Video Interface. Accommodates
analog and digital interfaces with a
single connector.
HDMI
High-definition multi-media interface.
HDSTB
High-definition set top box. Refers to a
tuner device that receives high-definition
television signals which have higher resolution than ordinary analog TV signals.
RGB (RED, GREEN, BLUE)
Connection input or output port available
for producing a video image using three
separate colors: Red, Green, and Blue.
RS-232
Serial communication port through
which firmware is downloaded.
2ND AUDIO PROGRAMMING/SAP
Second Audio Programming (SAP) is
another, separate audio channel available with some programming. Choosing
SAP often refers to listening to audio in
another language, such as Spanish or
French.
SIGNAL
Picture and sound traveling through a
cable, or over the air, to the TV.
HDTV
High-definition television. Refers to television signals that have higher resolution than ordinary analog TV signals.
STEREO SOUND
Stereo (Stereophonic) sound refers to
audio that’s divided into right and left
sides.
INPUT
Refers to the input jack that receives a
signal from a TV, VCR, DVD player, or
other audio/video device.
TUNER
Device that picks up the broadcast signal and turns it into picture and sound.
JACK
An input or output connector on the
back of a TV, VCR, DVD player, or other
audio/video device.
MONO SOUND
Mono (monaural) sound is one channel
of sound. On more than one speaker, all
the speakers play the same audio.
VIRTUAL CHANNEL NUMBER
A re-mapped channel number. Analog
channels use the Physical Channel
number; however digital channels use a
Virtual (or false) Channel number.
XDS
Extended Data Service. Additional
program information included on the
signal provided at the discretion of the
broadcaster.
Note: Refer to www.atsc.org for further
information.
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Document Revision History / Notes
Document Revision History
Date
Description
October 2011
Revision A: New document
November 2011
Revision B: Updates for external MPI control
Product documentation is available online at: www.LGsolutions.com/products. From the Products page,
select TVs, Systems & Solutions, then LCD TVs, then the applicable TV. Click the Literature & Downloads
tab at the bottom of the TV page, and select the required document(s) from the Downloads list.
Notes
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Pro:Idiom is a registered trademark of Zenith Electronics LLC. Pro:Centric is a trademark of LG
Electronics U.S.A., Inc. b-LAN is a trademark of LodgeNet Interactive Corporation. All other
trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
© Copyright 2011, LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc.
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