Samsung SyncMaster 3 series User`s manual

Samsung SyncMaster 3 series User`s manual
SyncMaster 17GLi
43 Cm ( 17” Diagonal )
Basic : CMG7377L
User’s Manual
COLOR DISPLAY UNIT
Contents of Your Package
The SyncMaster 17GLi is a delicate, precision instrument. Be
sure that you can comfortably lift the monitor from its package, and that you have a sturdy and stable work surface that
can support the monitor.
After removing the SyncMaster 17GLi from its packing, make
sure you have everything you need to set up your system.
Unpack all components and match them against the following packing list:
1 Samsung SyncMaster 17GLi Color Monitor
1 Power Cord
1 User’s Manual
1 Warranty Registration Card ( Optional )
If you are missing any of these items, contact your Samsung
dealer.
Note : Samsung recommends saving your SyncMaster
17GLi Color Monitor box and its packing materials. Use only
the original packaging for shipment or relocation of your
monitor. Substitute packaging may not provide adequate protection.
*MPR // Compliance: SyncMaster 17GLi comply with
SWEDAC ( MPR II ) recommendations for reduced electric
and magnetic fields.
Table of Contents
Introduction
About This Manual
Features of Your Monitor
Safety Tips
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Installation
Connection to Your Computer
IBM or PC-Compatible
Macintosh
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Controls and Adjustments
Controls and Their Locations
Basic Controls and LED indicator
Functions
Microprocessor Controls and
Functions
On Screen Display ( OSD )
Control Function Buttons
Examples of OSD
Power Management System
Adjustment Examples
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Chart
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Appendix
Specifications
FCC Information
IC Compliance Notice
Pin Assignments
Factory modes Timing Signal Chart
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Note:
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SyncMaster is a registered trademark of Samsung
Electronics, Co.,Ltd.
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IBM, VGA, XGA, XGA II and PS/2 are registered trademarks of International Business Machines
Corporation.
l Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple
Computer, Inc. Macintosh Centris and Macintosh Quadra
are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
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Super-VGA (SVGA) and VESA are registered trademarks
of the Video Electronics Standards Association.
Green Series Monitor: This product is
one of Samsung’s Green Series family of
monitors. As such, it offers you new
opportunities to cut power consumption,
recycle materials and reduce the risk of
health hazards.
Samsung stands for quality: Samsung
is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of quality monitors. At Samsung, quality control starts by checking and testing
every component that goes into a
SyncMaster monitor. Then, every monitor
undergoes rigorous performance testing.
This meticulous attention to detail has
been recognized by the International
Organization for Standards, which conferred its prestigious ISO certification to
Samsung for product quality.
ongratulations on your
purchase of the Samsung
SyncMaster 17GLi Color
Monitor! Your SyncMaster is a
43 cm ( 17” ), high-resolution
( 1280 x 1024 ) color monitor
that offers many outstanding
high-performance features
( see page 3 ).
For you the end user, Samsung’s quality
means reliability. You are assured that
your SyncMaster monitor will deliver crisp,
high-resolution images and trouble-free
performance, day after day, year after year.
Samsung stands for technology: Every
SyncMaster monitor meets stringent international ergonomic standards for low radiation. The monitor is designed to satisfy
the most demanding “safe-workplace”
requirements by meeting the strict
Swedish MPR II guidelines for lower ELF
and VLF emissions. What’s more, all user
comfort and safety features are built to
Samsung’s quality standards.
The outstanding clarity and brilliantly rendered color of the monitor are provided by
Samsung’s lnvar shadow mask. The flat, nonglare screen assures safe and non-fatiguing
viewing all day long. Each monitor's controls
are positioned in front so they are easy to
reach and use. The monitor includes a tiltswivel base that easily adjusts to your preferred angle of vision.
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and return it to Samsung so that we can
provide you with the best customer service
possible.
About This Manual
This manual is designed to help you take
full advantage of your color monitor’s features. It includes a Table of Contents, and
is divided into the following six sections:
Important: Protect your Warranty by
completing and mailing the Registration
Card within 10 days of purchase.
Introduction provides helpful information
about the User’s Manual and your
Color Monitor.
Warning and Cautions
lnstallation explains how to easily
connect the monitor to your computer
system.
Controls and Adjustments shows you
the locations of the front panel controls, explains their functions, and provides examples that illustrate how to
properly adjust these controls for optimum performance.
The lightning flash and arrowhead within
the triangle is a warning sign alerting you
of “dangerous voltage” inside the product.
Troubleshooting offers a handy chart
that may be used to quickly correct problems with the monitor, should they
occur.
Appendix contains important reference
information such as the monitor’s specifications, important FCC and IC operating information, signal connections and
pin assignments, plus the signal timing
settings that have been preset at the
factory.
The exclamation point within the triangle
is a warning sign alerting you of important
instructions accompanying the product.
Please take the time to read through this
manual so that you can obtain the maximum performance and use from your monitor. After reading the manual, store it in a
safe place for future reference.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric
shock, do not remove cover (or back). No
user serviceable parts inside. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Warranty Registration Card (Optional)
You will find a Warranty Registration Card
included with your monitor (see “Contents
of your package” ). Please fill out the card
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a function button. The OSD shows the
name, range and current setting of the
control function. In addition, the OSD
shows the current input signal frequency and the list of user and factory preset timings. The OSD remains active
for approximately 10 seconds after
completion of any adjustments.
Features of Your Monitor
The Color Monitor is designed for exceptional screen performance - offering a tight
0.28 mm dot-pitch for resolutions up to
1280 x 1024. It also offers an unlimited
number of colors and high refresh rates for
stable, “flicker-free” images.
Monitor provides compatibility with a
wide variety of video standards including VGA, Super-VGA, IBM XGA, XGA II,
Apple Macintosh II, IBM 8514/A, 1024
x 768 non-interlaced and 1280 x 1024
non-interlaced.
With this monitor, you have a high-contrast screen that helps eliminate blurring
and delivers exceptionally sharp text and
graphics. In addition, the monitor supports
all standard analog modes - from VGA to
EVGA - which are easily selected from a
convenient front panel control. Other features of the Monitor include:
Power supply operates on AC 100-240
Volt and 60 Hz / 50 Hz for use worldwide.
43 cm (17”) [ 40 cm (15.7”) Viewable ].
The Flat Square Technology CRT
reduces glare and enhances viewing.
Auto save function automatically saves
any size, position, and distortion
adjustments.
Anti-static CRT coating eliminates static electric shock and helps keep the
screen dirt free.
PowerSaver, the monitor’s built-in
power management system, provides
advantages such as energy cost savings, the extension of product life and
a decrease in air pollution caused by
power generation.
Automatically scans horizontal frequencies from 30 KHz - 65 KHz and vertical
frequencies from 50 Hz - 120 Hz.
Supports VESA flicker-free modes,
adding to the image quality.
The New AR (Anti Reflection) coating
of this monitor provides a much higher
contrast surface than the common silica coating. It offers the advanced technology of CDT treatment.
Microprocessor-based digital control
system saves up to 11 user-definable
display settings. Also includes 11 factory preset display settings.
Optional Feature Macintosh Cable Adapter
“Safe-workplace” design complies
with SWEDAC ( MPR II ) recommendations for reduced electric and magnetic
fields.
Your dealer offers an optional
MacMaster Cable Adapter for connecting your monitor to the entire
Macintosh line of computers. Please
consult your dealer for information
about this optional feature.
The monitor features an On Screen
Display ( OSD ) that shows information
about the display settings. The OSD
appears on the screen when you select
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Safety Tips
1.
Before connecting the AC power cord
to an outlet, make sure the voltage
designation on your monitor corresponds to the local electrical supply.
2.
Never insert anything metallic into the
monitor openings. Doing so may create the danger of electric shock.
7. Put your monitor in a location with low
humidity and a minimum of dust.
Avoid places like damp basements or
dusty hallways.
8. Do not expose the monitor to rain or
use it near water ( in kitchens, next to
swimming pools, etc.). If the monitor
accidentally gets wet, unplug it and
contact an authorized dealer immediately. You can clean the monitor with
a damp cloth when necessary, but be
sure to unplug the monitor first.
3. To avoid electric shock, never touch
the inside of the monitor. Only a qualified technician should open the monitor’s case.
4.
9. Place the monitor on a solid surface,
and treat it kindly. The screen is made
of glass and can be damaged if
dropped or sharply hit.
Never use your monitor if the power
cord has been damaged. Do not allow
anything to rest on the power cord,
and keep the cord away from where
people could trip over it.
10. Locate your monitor near an easily
accessible AC outlet.
11. If your monitor does not operate normally - in particular, if there are any
unusual sounds or smells coming from
it - unplug it immediately and contact
an authorized dealer or service center.
5. Be sure to hold the plug, not the cord,
when disconnecting the monitor from
an electric socket.
6. Openings in the monitor cabinet are
provided for ventilation. To prevent
overheating, these openings should
not be blocked or covered. Also, avoid
using the monitor on a bed, sofa, rug
or other soft surface. Doing so may
block the ventilation openings in the
bottom of the cabinet. If you put the
monitor in a bookcase or some other
enclosed space, be sure to provide
adequate ventilation.
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12. High temperatures can cause problems. Don’t try to use your monitor in
direct sunlight, and keep it away from
heaters, stoves, fireplaces and other
sources of heat.
13. Unplug the monitor when it is going to
be left unused for an extended period
of time.
14. Unplug your monitor from the AC outlet before any service.
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Miniature jack AC Cord Inlet D-Sub Cable
his section of the User’s Manual
explains how to connect the Color
Monitor to IBM or PC-compatible
computers, as well as Apple Macintosh
computers.
To attach the monitor to this type of system, follow these instructions
1. Turn off the power to the monitor and
computer.
2. Connect the 15-pin end of the signal
cable to the video connector on your
computer’s video controller. Tighten
the screws of the signal cable to
ensure proper connection.
Note : Miniature jack
Do not plug anything into the miniature
jack on the rear of the monitor This interface is for factory adjustments and certified service center use only. Unauthorized
use of this connector will cause damage to
the monitor.
Note: Your computer system has one of
two configurations:
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Connection to Your Computer IBM or PC-Compatible
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Your Color Monitor complements a wide
range of IBM and PC-compatible systems.
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The video controller is built into the
computer.
The video controller is in the form of a
display adapter ( also referred to as a
video card, graphics card, graphics
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Both configurations have a video connector ( sometimes called a video port ).
If you are not sure which connector is the
video connector, consult your computer or
display adapter manual.
3. Connect one end of the power cord to
the monitor and the other end to the
power outlet.
4. Turn on the monitor and the computer.
Installation Procedure
Is your computer an IBM
Is your computer a
or a compatible PC?
Macintosh (MAC II or LC
series)?
Connect the Macintosh
Connect the monitor
signal cable to the
computer video controller.
cable adapter to the
computer video controller.
Connect the monitor
power cord to the power
o u t l e t .
Turn on the monitor
Turn on the computer.
Check the connection of
D-Sub connector and
p o w e r c o r d .
Does the image display?
If needed, adjust the
image.
Refer to the
Is the image correct?
Troubleshooting section,
page 17 of this manual.
Installation is complete.
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3. Set the display mode and resolution
using the DIP switches on the cable
adapter.
Before turning power on to the
monitor and computer: Check the
User’s Manual of your computer for
instructions about turning on equipment connected to the computer. Also,
check for any instructions concerning
your video system when using a multisync monitor. In some cases, jumper or
switch settings may be required for the
display adapter to output extended
resolution modes.
To turn on monitor: Use the power
switch on the monitor’s front panel.
The LED indicator should glow green
( see Basic Controls and LED Indicator
Functions, page 10 ).
4. Power off your Macintosh computer
and monitor including other peripheral
devices.
Connection to Your Computer Macintosh Computer
1. This monitor requires a cable adapter
for use with a Macintosh computer.
The MacMaster Cable Adapter supports all monitors and all Macintosh,
Centris, Quadra, Duo Dock, and Power
Macintosh computers. If you do not
already have a cable adapter, check
with your computer dealer.
5. Connect the cable adapter to the video
port of the Macintosh computer.
Tighten the screws on the cable
adapter.
2. Refer to your computer and cable
adapter User’s Manuals to help determine the appropriate display mode
and resolution. This monitor supports
resolutions up to 1024 x 768 for the
Macintosh, but the resolution most
highly recommended is 832 x 624 or
1024 x 768.
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6. Connect one end of the power cord to
the monitor and other end to the
power outlet.
7 . Power on your monitor and Macintosh
computer. If you see any message on
your monitor screen, installation is
done. If you do not see any messages,
check each of your connections and
DIP switch settings and reboot your
system.
8. If you need more information, please
refer to the MacMaster Cable Adapter
User’s Manual.
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Front View
1. Power Button
2 . Power Indicator ( Dual Color )
3. Contrast Control
4. Brightness Control
Control Panel
Press the center of the control
panel to gain access to these
controls.
6. Position (H/V)/
user or preset mode
8. G/D
7. Size(H/V)
/Information
9. Color Temp
5. Adjustment Control
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11.Degauss
10. Recall
his section of the User’s Manual
shows you the location of each
front panel control explains their functions, and provides examples that illustrate
how to properly adjust these controls.
5.OE-c Adjustment Controls
Use these buttons to adjust the display
image. While implementing control functions the indicator’s color is orange.
However, you cannot adjust the display
image while a control function is disabled
(the indicator’s color is green ).
Controls and Their Locations
Push the up or right ( .) button to
increase the value of the adjustment
function. Push the down (V) or left (4 )
button to decrease the value of the
adjustment function.
Before operating the monitor, take the
time to familiarize yourself with the locations and functions of all monitor control
buttons so you can make adjustments for
optimum performance.
Note: The monitor saves your preferred
display setting 3 to 4 seconds after your
last adjustment.
Basic Controls and
LED Indicator Functions
Microprocessor Controls and
Functions
1. El Power Button
Use to turn monitor power on and off.
Push the power turn once to turn monitor
on. The indicator LED glows green. Push
the turn again to turn monitor off.
2.
The monitor has factory preset display
settings for each of the signals listed in
the standard Timing Chart ( see Appendix,
page 21,22 ). As a result, when the monitor senses one of the standard timing
signal, it automatically adjusts to an
optimum size and position.
I Power Indicator (Dual Color)
While the monitor is on and you are not
making adjustments, the indicator LED
glows green. As soon as power is on or
while making adjustments, the indicator
LED glows orange.
However, you may wish to adjust the monitor to your own preferred settings rather
than use those preset at the factory. The
monitor’s microprocessor saves your preferred settings for your computer’s timing
signal. It automatically uses your settings
each time the monitor senses that timing
signal. If you change your video card or
computer, the monitor will use the appropriate settings for the new timing signal.
The monitor saves up to 11 user defined
settings.
3. @ Contrast Control
Use to adjust the contrast level of the
image. It controls the difference between
dark and light areas of the image.
4. -;a- Brightness Control
Use to adjust the overall brightness of the
display image.
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On Screen Display
6. @ Position ( H/V )/
User or Preset Mode
The monitor features an On Screen
Display ( OSD ) that shows information
about the display settings. The OSD
appears on the screen when you select a
function button. The OSD shows the
name, range and current setting of the
control function.
First Function : Position (H/V)
Push this button once to adjust the horizontal and vertical position (centering) of
the display.
l Horizontal position control
Push the position button and adjust the
horizontal position. Use the left
and
right (b ) buttons to make adjustments.
l Vertical position control
Push position button and adjust vertical
position with the up (A) and down ( v)
buttons.
Second Function : User or Preset Modes
Push this button twice to access the user
and preset modes. The OSD shows the
contents of the user modes and factory
timing modes. Use the adjustment control
buttons to “page” through the list.
In addition, the OSD shows the current
input signal frequency and the list of user
and factory preset timings. The OSD
remains active for approximately 10 seconds after completion of any adjustments.
Control Function Buttons
The monitor incorporates single and multifunction buttons. Single function buttons,
when pushed, allow access to one of the
control functions. Multi-function buttons
can access a second function in addition
to the first one. To access the second
adjustment function, push the function
button twice. The chart below shows you
the buttons that allow access to a second
function.
Button Push
No
Once
7. @I Size ( H/V )/Information
First Function : Size (H/V)
Push this button once to adjust the horizontal and vertical size of the display.
l Horizontal size control
Push size button once and adjust horizontal size (width) with the left (4 ) and right
( .) buttons.
l Vertical size control
Push size button once and adjust vertical
size (height) with the up (A) and down
( v) buttons.
Second Function : Information
Push this button twice to access the
information function. The OSD shows the
contents of this monitor’s specification.
Use the adjustment control buttons to
“page” through the list.
Push
Twice
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Position ( H / V ) User, Preset Mode
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Size ( H / V )
Information
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Pincushion /
Trapezoid
Parallel /
Tilt
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8.0 G /D ( Geometric Distortion )
10. - Recall
First Function : Pincushion / Trapezoid
Push this button once to adjust the pincushion and trapezoid of the display.
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Push G / D button once to display the pincushion OSD. To adjust the vertical sides
of the display from bowing in ( pincushion
) or bowing out ( barrel distortion ), use the
left
and right (b) buttons until the
sides are straight.
l Trapezoid control
Push G / D button once to display the pincushion OSD. Push either the up
or
down ( V) button to display the trapezoid
OSD. Use the up (A) and down (V) buttons again to correct any trapezoid
distortion of the display.
Second Function : Parallel/ Tilt
Push this button twice to adjust the
parallel and tilt of the display.
l Parallel control
Push G / D button twice to display the parallel OSD. Adjust the parallel of the display with the left (4) and right ( .)
buttons.
l Tilt control
Push G / D button twice to display the tilt
OSD. Push either the up ( A) or down (V)
button to display the tilt OSD. Use the up
(A ) and down ( V) buttons again to correct the tilt of the display.
Use this button to recall factory mode settings. When you push the recall button,
the indicator LED changes color from
green to orange ( the same as any other
function ) and the OSD appears.
Hold down the recall button for several
seconds, or until the indicator LED’s color
changes to green. A green LED indicates
that the factory settings for that timing
have been recalled. The OSD shows the
progress of the recall function.
Note: This operation resets all of the data
in the user memory area for the current
timing signal.
11. @ Degauss
Magnetic fields can build up on the CRT
and cause color impurity. Use the degauss
button to demagnetize the CRT. Push the
button once to activate the degaussing circuit. The degaussing circuit automatically
turns itself off after a few seconds.
A Warning: Don’t push the degauss
button for longer than 5 seconds. If you do,
this operation resets all of the data in the
user memory area. If this occurs, you must
remake your user adjustments.
9. E$$$ Color Temperature
Use this button to choose the color temperature of the display. After pushing the
color temperature button, use the up
or down ( V) button to select between
9300°K color ( channel 1 ) and 6500°K color
( channel 2 ).
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Examples of OSD
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Power Management System
The PowerSaver runs in four operational
states: On, Stand-by, Suspend and Off.
The modes of operation and time limits
are set through a software utility which
comes with your video card. See table
below for further details.
This monitor features a built-in power
management system - called
PowerSaver - which operates with your
computer’s video card. To take advantage
of the PowerSaver feature you must use a
VESA DPMS compliant video card.
Table: Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS) Standard
State
Power saving function mode EPA / NUTEK
Normal
operation
Stand-by mode
Suspend mode /
Position A 1
Power-off mode /
Position A 2
Horizontal Sync.
Vertical Sync.
Video
Active
Active
Active
Inactive
Active
Blanked
Active
Inactive
Blanked
Inactive
Inactive
Blanked
Power
Indicator
Green
Orange
Orange / Green
Blinking
Orange
Blinking
Power
Consumption
100W ( max. )
80.8W (nominal)
75W ( max. )
66.5W ( nominal )
Less than
15W
Less than
5W
Note: The monitor automatically returns to the normal operation state when horizontal and vertical
sync returns. This occurs when you move your mouse or press a key on your keyboard.
This monitor is EPA Energy Star compliant and NUTEK compliant when used with a computer
equipped with VESA DPMS function. If your computer system cannot support a display power management function, you may purchase an optional DPMS software program to have power saving function. Please contact Samsung, or your dealer, for more information.
For Energy conservation, turn your monitor OFF when the monitor is not needed, or when leaving it
unattended for long periods.
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The following chart provides an illustrated
reference guide for adjusting the picture of
your monitor’s display.
Adjustment Examples
Condition
Control Usage instruction
Picture is too wide.
Push the Size ( H / V ) button once.
Push the left button (4) to decrease
the Horizontal Size.
Picture is too narrow.
Push the Size ( H / V ) button once.
Push the right button IF) to increase
the Horizontal Size.
Picture is too large vertically.
Push the Size ( H / V ) button once.
Push the down button
to
decrease the vertical size.
Picture is too small vertically.
Push the Size ( H/V) button once.
Push the up button (A) to
increase the Vertical size.
Picture shifted to the right.
Push the Position ( H / V ) button once.
Push the left button (4) to
move image to the center.
Picture shifted to the left.
Push the Position ( H/V ) button once.
Push the right button (.I to
move image to the canter.
Picture shifted upward.
Push the Position ( H /V ) button once.
Push the down button (‘I) to
move image to the center.
Picture shifted downward.
Push the Position ( H/V ) button once.
Push the up button
to
move image to the center.
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Condition
Control Usage Instruction
Vertical sides are not straight.
( bowing out )
Push the G/D button once.
Push the left button (4 ) to
straighten the sides.
Vertical sides are not straight.
( bowing in )
Push the G / D button once.
Push the right button ( F) to
straighten the sides.
Bottom size is too large.
Push the G/D button once.
Push the down button ( r) to
make a rectangle.
Bottom size is too small.
Push the G / D button once.
Push the up button [A) to
make a rectangle.
Vertical sides are
tilted right.
Push the G / D button twice.
Push the left button (4 ) to adjust left.
Vertical sides are
tilted left.
Push the G / D button twice.
Push the right button (b) to adjust right.
Horizontal center are
tilted right.
Push the G/D button twice.
Push the down button (r ) to adjust left.
Horizontal center are
tilted left.
Push the G/D button twice.
Push the up button
to adjust right.
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his section of the User’s Manual
offers a handy chart that may be
used to quickly correct problems with the
monitor, should any occur.
PROBLEM
There is no screen
image
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Image is too dark
or too bright
Image is too large
or too small
LED color is: orange
blinking orange-green
blinking on-off orange
Colors are not uniform
( there are dark or
shadow areas )
Check Signal Cable message.
Before calling an authorized service center, please check this troubleshooting
chart. Many of the problems that can
occur are easily corrected without the
need of a technician.
LOCATION
ITEM TO CHECK
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Troubleshooting Chart
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Check power button
( LED should be on ).
Check to see that
power cord is plugged in.
Check to see that
signal cable is connected.
Check to see that signal
source is turned on.
Check to see that signal
cable pin assignment is
correct.
Check to see that signal cable
pin assignment is correct.
Check the frequency of the
video board.
Use the contrast and
brightness controls to
correct the problem.
Push the Size(H/V)
button once to adjust
the width or the height
of the image. Use the
Adjustment Control buttons
to make the adjustments.
Signal cable connections
No signal present
Power Management system
Push the Degauss button
once to activate the
degaussing circuit.
Check the signal cable connections.
Check the video controller board.
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his section of the User’s Manual
contains important reference
information such as the monitor’s
Specifications ( page 18 ) important FCC
and IC operating information ( page 19,
20 ), D-SUB connectors ( page 20 ), plus
timing settings that have been preset by
the factory ( page 21 and 22 ).
Specifications
Picture Tube
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Synchronization
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Horizontal: 30 KHz to 65 KHz (automatic)
Vertical: 50 Hz to 120 Hz (automatic)
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Unlimited colors
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Maximum Resolution
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Input Signal Terminated
43 cm (17”) full square type [ 40 cm (15.7”) Viewable]
Flat Face, 90° Deflection
0.28 dot pitch
Anti-reflection coating with Anti-electrostatic
Medium Short Persistence Phosphor
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Horizontal: 1280 dots
Vertical: 1024 lines
Horizontal: 287.5 ± 3 mm ( 11.3” ± 0.19” ) (5:4 ratio)
306 ± 3 mm ( 12.05” ± 0.19” ) (4:3 ratio)
Vertical: 230 ± 3 mm ( 9.06” ± 0.19” )
(Active display size is dependent upon timing signal)
Video Signal: Analog 0.714 Vpp Positive at 75 Q
Separate Sync: TTL Level, Positive or Negative
Composite Sync: TTL Level, Positive or Negative
Sync-on-Green: Composite Sync 0.286 Vpp Negative
( Video 0.714 Vpp Positive )
Maximum Pixel Clock
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110 MHz
Power Supply
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AC 100-240 Volt ± 10 %, 60 Hz / 50 Hz ± 3 Hz
Power Consumption
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100 Watt maximum
Dimensions/Weight
( Approximately )
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Environmental Considerations
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Unit: 420 x 428 x 439 mm; 18 kg
16.5 x 16.9 x 17.3 in ( H x W x D ); 39.7 Ibs
Carton: 538 x 545 x 554 mm; 21 kg
21.2 x 21.5 x 21.9 in ( H x W x D ); 46.3 Ibs
Operating Temperature: 32°F to 104°F (O°C to 40°C)
Humidity: 10% to 80%
Storage Temperature: -4°F to 113°F (-20°C to 45°C)
Humidity: 5% to 95%
Note: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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User Information
FCC Information
Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
User Instructions
The Federal Communications Commission
Radio Frequency Interference Statement
includes the following warning :
Note: This equipment has been tested
and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If necessary, consult your dealer or an
experienced radio/television technician for
additional suggestions. You may find the
booklet called “How to Identify and
Resolve Radio /TV Interference Problems”
helpful. This booklet was prepared by the
Federal Communications Commission. It is
available from the U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402,
Stock Number 004-000-00345-4.
Warning
User must use shielded signal interface
cables to maintain FCC compliance for the
product.
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:
Provided with this monitor is a detachable
power supply cord with lEC320 style terminations. It may be suitable for connection to any UL Listed personal computer
with similar configuration. Before making
the connection make sure the voltage rating of the computer convenience outlet is
the same as the monitor and that the
ampere rating of the computer convenience outlet is equal to or exceeds the
monitor voltage rating.
Reorient or relocate the receiving
antenna.
Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
For 120 Volt applications use only UL
Listed Detachable Power cord with NEMA
configuration 5-15P type ( parallel blades )
plug cap. For 240 Volt applications use
only UL Listed Detachable powersupply
cord with NEMA configuration 6-15P type
( tandem blades ) plug cap.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on
a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
Consult your dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
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IC Compliance Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all
requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations of ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B
respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement ICES-003 sur le Materiel
brouilleur du Canada.
Pin Assignments
Sync
15 Pin Side of the Signal Cable
Cable
Adapter
(Figure 1)
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
(Figure 2)
Separate
Composite
Sync on
Green
Apple
MAC II
Red
Green
Blue
GND
DDC Return
GND-R
GND-G
GND-B
Reserved
GND-Sync/Self-Raster
GND
DDC Data
H-Sync
V-Sync
DDC Clock
Red
Green
Blue
GND
DDC Return
GND-R
GND-G
GND-B
Reserved
GND-Sync/Self-Raster
GND
DDC Data
H/V-Sync
Not Used
DDC Clock
Red
Green+Sync
Blue
GND
DDC Return
GND-R
GND-G
GND-B
Reserved
GND-Sync/Self-Raster
GND
DDC Data
Not Used
Not Used
DDC Clock
GND-R
Red
H/V Sync
Sense 0
Green
GND-G
Sense 1
Reserved
Blue
Sense 2
GND
V-Sync
GND-B
GND
H-Sync
Figure 2: Male Type
Figure 1: Male Type
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Factory Modes Timing
Signal Chart
Mode
IBM
VESA
VGA1/7OHz VGA2/70Hz VGA3/60Hz
640/72Hz
Timing
640X350
720X400
640X480
640X480
fH (kHz)
31.469
31.469
31.469
37.861
A psec
31.778
31.777
31.778
26.413
B psec
3.813
3.813
3.813
1.270
C psec
1.907
1.907
1.907
4.064
D psec
25.422
25.422
25.422
20.317
E ,usec
0.636
0.636
0.636
0.762
fv (Hz)
70.086
70.087
59.940
72.809
0 msec
14.268
14.268
16.683
13.735
P msec
0.064
0.064
0.064
0.079
Q msec
1.907
1.080
1.048
0.739
R msec
11.122
12.711
15.253
12.678
S msec
1.176
0.413
0.318
0.237
ClockFreq.
(MHz)
25.175
28.322
25.175
31.500
Polarity
H.-Sync.
Positive
Negative
Negative
Negative
V.-Sync.
Positive
Negative
Negative
Negative
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Remark
640/75Hz
640X480
37.500
26.667
2.032
3.810
20.317
0.508
75.000
13.333
0.080
0.427
12.800
0.027
800/75Hz
800x600
46.875
21.333
1.616
3.232
16.162
0.323
75.000
13.333
0.064
0.448
12.800
0.021
31.500
49.500
Horizontal
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Negative
Negative
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Positive
Positive
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Factory Modes Timing
Signal Chart
Mode.
VESA
1024/60Hz
SIGMA
Apple Mac.
640X480
1280/60Hz
1280X1024
832/75Hz
832X624
60.023
61.275
63.953
16.660
1.219
16.320
15.636
49.726
20.110
2.235
0.800
2.400
1.018
2.255
1.117
3.910
15.754
0.369
13.003
0.203
12.800
0.320
11.636
0.727
14.524
0.559
fv (Hz)
0 msec
60.004
75.029
120.619
59.938
74.551
16.666
13.328
8.291
16.684
13.414
P msec
0.124
0.050
0.131
Q msec
R msec
0.600
15.880
0.466
12.795
0.310
0.078
0.579
0.060
0.784
7.834
16.012
12.549
S msec
Clock Freq.
0.062
0.017
0.016
0.016
0.020
(MHz)
Polarity
65.000
78.750
50.000
110.000
57.284
H.-Sync.
Negative
Negative
Positive
Positive
Negative
V.-Sync.
Negative
Negative
Negative
Remark
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Timing
1024X768
fH(kHz)
48.363
A pet
B ,usec
20.677
2.092
C psec
D psec
E psec
2.462
1024/75Hz
1024X768
ATI
640/120Hz
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Vertical
Horizontal
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Negative
Negative
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VCCI Information
PLUG AND PLAY
This equipment is in the 2nd Class category ( information equipment to be used in a
residential area or an adjacent area thereto ) and conforms to the standards set by
the Voluntary Control Council For
Interference by Data Processing Equipment and Electronic Office Machines
aimed at preventing radio interference in
such residential area. When used near a
radio or TV receiver, it may become the
cause of radio interference. Read the
instructions for correct handling.
Samsung’s adoption of the new Microsoft
Windows 95 Plug and play solution eliminates complicated and time consuming
setup. It allows you to install your monitor
in a Plug and Play compatible system
without the usual hassels and confusion.
Your PC system can easily identify and
configure itself for use with your monitor.
This monitor automatically tells the PC
system its Extended Display Identification
( EDID ) data using Display Data Channel
( DDC ) protocols so the PC system can
automatically configure itself and optimize
the monitor settings. If desired, the user
can select different settings, but in most
cases, monitor installation is automatic.
Caution : Some older video cards are not
compatible with the VESA DDC standard.
If your monitor displays monochrome or
the wrong resolution, upgrade to a DDC
compatible video card and use the plug
and play feature.
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Tel : (662) 2954508-14
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