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User’s Guide
1825 Flat Panel Monitor
Document Part Number: 305222-001
August 2002
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User’s Guide
1825 Flat Panel Monitor
First Edition August 2002
Document Part Number: 305222-001
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Product Features
The 1825 Flat Panel Display has an active matrix, thin-film
transistor (TFT), liquid crystal display (LCD). The monitor
features include:
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Large 18.1-inch (45.9 cm) viewable area display.
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1280 × 1024 native resolution, plus full-screen support for
lower resolutions.
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Wide viewing angle to allow viewing from a sitting or
standing position, or moving side-to-side.
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Tilt and swivel adjustment capabilities.
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Removable base for flexible mounting solutions.
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Multiple video inputs supported:
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VGA Analog
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DVI-I supports either Analog or Digital signal input
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VGA analog and DVI-Digital signal cables included.
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Plug and play capability if supported by your system.
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On-Screen Display (OSD) adjustments in English, French,
German, Italian, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese for ease of
set-up and screen optimization.
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Software and Reference Library CD includes an information
file (INF), Image Color Matching file (ICM), and product
documentation.
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Energy Saver feature for Energy Star compliance.
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AssetControl
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Compliant with the following regulated specifications:
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EPA ENERGY STAR
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European Union CE Directives
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Swedish MPR II 1990
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Swedish TCO '99
Installing the Information Files
The CD-ROM included with this monitor contains two
information files to be installed onto your computer; an .INF file
and an .ICM file.
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The .INF file defines monitor resources and provides
specifications used by most operating systems to install
support software for certain hardware devices. The .INF file
ensures monitor compatibility and optimization with your
computer’s graphics adapter. INF files are downloadable by
clicking on: www.hp.com/go/support and selecting the desired
monitor.
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The .ICM file provides color matching consistency from
monitor screen to printer and is activated from within
graphics programs that have this feature.
To install these files on your computer, insert the Software and
Reference Library CD in your computer CD-ROM drive. When
the CD menu launches, select Install INF and ICM Files and
follow the on-screen instructions.
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Setting Up the Monitor
To set up the monitor, ensure that the power is turned off to the
monitor, computer system, and other attached devices, then
follow these steps:
1. Place the monitor in a convenient, well-ventilated location
near your computer.
2. Connect the monitor signal cable to the video connector on
the rear panel of the computer.
DVI-D cable supplied with this monitor is for
✎ The
digital-to-digital connection only. Your computer must have a
DVI-compatible graphics card installed for use with this cable.
When connecting the DVI-D signal cable to the DVI connector
on the monitor, you must connect the other end of the DVI-D
cable to the DVI connector on the computer.
3. Connect the monitor signal cable to the back of the monitor.
4. Connect the power cable to the back of the monitor.
5. Connect the power cable to an electrical wall outlet.
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6. Adjust the monitor as needed for your comfort using the
monitor’s tilt, swivel, and height adjustment capabilities.
can change your monitor’s viewing position to portrait. To
✎ You
rotate your display to the portrait position, you will need to install
the Pivot software, which is contained on the CD included with
your monitor.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to your
equipment: Do not disable the power cord grounding plug. The
grounding plug is an important safety feature.
Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet that is
easily accessible at all times.
Disconnect power from the monitor by unplugging the power cord
from the electrical outlet.
Do not place anything on power cords or cables. Arrange them so
that no one may accidentally step on or trip over them. Do not pull on
a cord or cable. When unplugging from the electrical outlet, grasp
the cord by the plug.
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CAUTION: Burn-in image damage may occur on monitors that
display the same static image on screen for a prolonged period of
time. To avoid burn-in image damage on your monitor screen, you
should always activate a screen saver application or turn off the
monitor when it is not in use for a prolonged period of time.
Selecting the Signal Connectors and Cables
There are two signal input connectors: one VGA connector and
one DVI-I connector. The monitor will automatically determine
which inputs have valid video signals. The inputs can be selected
via the On-Screen Display (OSD) feature or by pressing the
Signal Input Selection control on the monitor front bezel.
The video mode supported by the DVI-I connector is
determined by the video cable used. For digital operation, use
the DVI-D to DVI-D signal cable provided. For analog operation,
a DVI-I to VGA signal cable must be attached to the DVI-I input
(not provided with the monitor).
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Removing the Monitor Base
You can remove the monitor base to mount the monitor on a wall,
a swing arm or other mounting fixture. To remove the monitor
from the base, read the caution and warning below before
beginning the procedure.
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CAUTION: Before beginning to disassemble the monitor, be sure
the monitor is turned off and the power and signal cables are both
disconnected.
Lay the front bezel down on a soft area to prevent it from getting
scratched, defaced, or broken
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WARNING: Do not remove the base from the monitor while the
monitor is in the upright position. Before removing the monitor from
the base, ensure that the monitor is lying flat, front bezel down, and
that the base is set to the maximum base extension. Attempting to
remove the monitor from the base while upright in the minimum base
extension may result in injury to the user.
1. Disconnect and remove the signal and power cables from the
back of the monitor.
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2. Remove the four screws as shown in the following
illustration.
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CAUTION: Ensure that the bottom of the monitor base is positioned
over a table or desktop before removing the base from the monitor.
3. Remove the monitor base from the monitor.
Mounting the Monitor
1. Remove the monitor base. Refer to “Removing the Monitor
Base” steps in the previous section.
When the base is removed, four threaded mounting holes are
exposed on the monitor panel to be used for mounting purposes.
These mounting holes are spaced 100 mm apart and are
compliant with the Video Electronics Standards Association
(VESA) standard for mounting flat panel displays.
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2. Mount the monitor to a swing arm or other mounting fixture
by following the instructions included with the mounting
fixture to be used.
Operating the Monitor
Flat Panel Control
No.
Control
Function
1
Auto button
Automatically adjusts the displayed image
2
Input button
Allows you to switch to and from the VGA
and DVI-I video signal inputs when the
OSD is off.
3
Menu
Navigates through the OSD option icons
and adjusts settings.
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Flat Panel Control
No.
Control
4
Brightness
Function
• Adjust brightness up and down
(when the OSD is off).
• Use the up and down buttons to
navigate through the OSD menus
when the OSD is on.
5
Power LED
Illuminates green when the monitor is on
and turns amber when the monitor is in a
power saver mode.
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Power Switch
Turns the monitor on and off
On-Screen Display Settings
The adjustments for screen settings are located in the on-screen
display (OSD). Press the menu button on the monitor's front panel
to view the OSD menu in one of seven available languages. The
following table shows the menus and their functions at each level:
OSD Menu Levels
Menu Level Menu Level Menu Level Menu Level
1
2
3
4
Adjust Position
Horizontal
Vertical
Brightness and
Contrast
Brightness
Video Noise
Phase
Contrast
Clock
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OSD Menu Levels
Menu Level Menu Level Menu Level Menu Level
1
2
3
4
Adjust Color
Orginal Panel
Color
9300K for
CAD/CAM
6500K for Image
Management
User Preset
Red
Green
Blue
OSD Settings
Horizontal
Vertical
Product
Information
Serial Number
Resolution
Video Input
Reset to Factory
Settings
No
Input Selection
Analog (D-Sub)
Yes
Digital (DV)
Analog (DVI)
Exit Main
Controls
Video Noise OSD selection is not available when the monitor
✎ The
is operating in the DVI-D (digital) mode.
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Adjusting Monitor Settings
On the front panel controls of your monitor, once you press the
menu button, the On Screen Display (OSD) Main Controls
window will pop up and you can now start making adjustments to
your monitor’s various features. Use the left, right, up, and down
arrow keys in the menu window to make your adjustments.
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Adjusting Screen Quality
Allow the monitor to warm up for 20 minutes before performing
the following procedures.
The Auto Adjustment feature automatically fine-tunes the image
quality each time a new video mode is utilized. If additional
improvement is desired, select the Auto Adjust control on the
front bezel.
For more precise adjustments, use the adjustment pattern
provided on the CD-ROM, and adjust the clock and phase
settings (accessed from the OSD menu) as described in the
following section.
Optimizing Digital Conversion
This monitor contains advanced circuitry that allows the flat
panel screen to function like a standard monitor. Two controls in
the on-screen display can be adjusted to improve image
performance: Clock and Clock Phase. Use these controls only
when the auto adjust function does not provide a satisfactory
image.
Clock must first be set correctly since the Clock Phase
✎ The
settings are dependent on the main Clock setting.
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Clock—Increase/decrease the value to minimize any vertical
bars or stripes visible on the screen background.
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Clock Phase—Increase/decrease the value to minimize video
distortion or video jitter.
using the controls, you will obtain the best results by using
✎ When
the adjustment pattern application provided on the CD-ROM.
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adjusting the Clock and Clock Phase values, if the monitor
✎ When
images become distorted, continue adjusting the values until the
distortion disappears. To restore the factory settings, select Yes
from the Factory Reset menu in the on-screen display.
Recognizing Preset Display Resolutions
The display resolutions listed below are the most commonly used
modes and are set as factory defaults. This monitor automatically
recognizes these preset modes and they will appear properly sized
and centered on the screen.
Factory Preset Display Modes
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Preset
Pixel Format
Horz Freq (kHz)
Vert Freq (Hz)
1
640 x 350
31.5
70.0
2
720 x 400
31.5
70.0
3
640 x 480
31.5
60.0
4
640 x 480
37.9
72.0
5
640 x 480
37.5
75.0
6
800 x 600
35.2
56.0
7
800 x 600
37.9
60.0
8
800 x 600
46.9
75.0
9
832 x 624
49.7
75.0
10
1024 x 768
48.4
60.0
11
1024 x 768
60.0
75.0
12
1152 x 870
69.0
75.0
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Factory Preset Display Modes Continued
Preset
Pixel Format
Horz Freq (kHz)
Vert Freq (Hz)
13
1280 x 1024
63.9
60.0
14
1280 x 1024
80.0
75.0
15
1600 x 1200
75.0
60.0
Entering User Modes
The video controller signal may occasionally call for a mode that
is not preset if:
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You are not using a standard graphics adapter.
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You are not using a preset mode.
If this occurs, you may need to readjust the parameters of the
monitor screen by using the on-screen display. Your changes can
be made to any or all of these modes and saved in memory. The
monitor automatically stores the new setting, then recognizes the
new mode just as it does a preset mode. In addition to the 15
factory preset modes, there are four user modes that can be
entered and stored.
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Energy Saver Feature
When the monitor is in its normal operating mode, the monitor
uses less than 60 watts of power and the Power light is green.
The monitor also supports a reduced power state. The reduced
power state will be entered into if the monitor detects the absence
of either the horizontal sync signal and/or the vertical sync signal.
Upon detecting the absence of these signals, the monitor screen is
blanked, the backlight is turned off, and the Power light is turned
amber. When the monitor is in the reduced power state, the
monitor will utilize less than 5 watts of power. There is a brief
warm up period before the monitor will return to its normal
operating mode.
Refer to your computer manual for instructions on setting energy
saver features (sometimes called power management features).
above energy saver feature only works when connected to
✎ The
computers that have energy saver features.
By selecting settings in the monitor’s Energy Saver utility, you
can also program the monitor to enter into the reduced power
state at a predetermined time. When the monitor’s Energy Saver
utility causes the monitor to enter the reduced power state, the
Power light blinks amber.
Care and Maintenance
Use the following guidelines to care for and maintain your
monitor during normal everyday use.
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Protecting the Monitor
To protect your monitor from overheating and other types of
damage:
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Use only a power source and connection appropriate for this
monitor, as indicated on the marking label/back plate and the
AC adapter.
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If an extension cord or power strip is used, make sure that the
cord or strip is rated for the product and that the total ampere
ratings of all products plugged into the extension cord or
power strip do not exceed 80% of the extension cord or strip
ampere ratings limit.
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Do not overload an electrical outlet, power strip, or
convenience receptacle. The overall system load must not
exceed 80% of the branch circuit rating. If power strips are
used, the load should not exceed 80% of the power strip
input rating.
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Install the monitor near an outlet that you can easily reach.
Disconnect the product by grasping the plug firmly and
pulling it from the outlet. Never disconnect it by pulling
the cord.
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Unplug the monitor from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do
not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
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Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation.
These openings must not be blocked or covered. Never push
objects of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings.
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Do not drop the monitor or place it on an unstable surface.
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Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not walk
on the cord.
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Keep the monitor in a well-ventilated area, away from
excessive light, heat, and moisture. Keep the monitor away
from high capacity transformers, electric motors, and other
strong magnetic fields.
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Do not open the monitor cabinet or attempt to service this
product yourself. Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions. If the monitor is not operating
properly or has been dropped or damaged, contact your
authorized dealer, reseller, or service provider.
Cleaning the Monitor
To clean the monitor, follow these steps:
1. Turn off the monitor and the computer.
2. Dust the monitor by wiping the screen and the cabinet with a
soft, clean cloth.
If the screen requires additional cleaning, use a clean cloth
dampened with isopropyl alcohol.
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CAUTION: Do not use benzene, thinner, ammonia, or any volatile
substance to clean the monitor screen or cabinet. These chemicals
may damage the monitor. Never use water to clean an LCD screen.
Shipping the Monitor
Keep the original packing box in a storage area. You may need it
later if you move or ship your monitor.
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Specifications
1825 Flat Panel Monitor
Display
Type
18.1 inches
TFT LCD
46 cm
Viewable Image Size
18.1-inch diagonal
46 cm
Tilt
Swivel
-5 to 35o
+35 to - 35o
Face Treatment
Anti-glare polarizer with
hard coating
Maximum Weight
(Unpacked)
Dimensions
(includes pedestal)
Height
Depth
Width
22.9 lbs.
19.9 inches
8.2 inches
15.8 inches
10.4 kg (unpacked)
506 mm
208 mm
402 mm
Graphics Resolutions
1280 x 1024 (75 Hz) analog and digital modes
1600 x 1200 (60 Hz) analog mode only
Text Mode
720 x 400
Dot Pitch
0.279 x 0.279 mm
Horizontal Frequency
(analog mode)
30 to 82 kHz
Vertical Refresh Rate
(analog mode)
56 to 76 Hz
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Environmental Requirements
Temperature
Operating Temperature
Non-operating Temperature
32 to 95o F
-4 to 140o F
Relative Humidity
20 to 80%
Power Source
100 - 240 VAC, 50/60
Hz
Power Consumption
<60 watts typical
Input Terminals
15-pin D-type connector with cable included.
DVI-I connector with DVI-D cable included
0 to 35o C
-20 to +60o C
Color Display Values
CIE* Chromaticity Coordinates
x (+/- 0.030)
y (+/- 0.030)
Red
0.63
0.34
Blue
0.141
0.096
Green
0.295
0.600
White Chromaticity (6500 K) 0.31
(9300 K)
0.28
0.329
0.31
Gamma: 2.2
* Commission International d’Eclairage, 1931 Standard.
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Agency Regulatory Notices
Federal Communications
Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
■ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
■ Increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver.
■ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
■ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television
technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or
modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved
by Compaq Computer Corporation may void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
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Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables
with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to maintain compliance
with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Declaration of Conformity for
Products Marked with FCC Logo,
United States Only
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
For questions regarding your product, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 530113
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or, call1
1-800- 652-6672
For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or, call
(281) 514-3333
To identify this product, refer to the Part, Series, or Model
number found on the product.
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Canadian Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les
exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
European Notice
Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC
Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European Norms (in brackets are the equivalent
international standards):
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EN55022 (CISPR 22) - Electromagnetic Interference
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EN55024 (IEC61000-4-2,3,4,5,6,8,11) - Electromagnetic
Immunity
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EN61000-3-2 (IEC61000-3-2) – Power Line Harmonics
■
EN61000-3-3 (IEC61000-3-3) – Power Line Flicker
■
EN60950 (IEC950) - Product Safety
Japanese Notice
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EPA Energy Star Compliance
Monitors that are marked with the Energy Star Logo meet the
requirements of the EPA Energy Star program. As an Energy Star
Partner, Compaq Computer Corporation has determined that this
product meets the Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
Specific details on using the Energy Saving features can be found
in the energy saver or power management section of the computer
manual.
TCO ‘99
Congratulations!
You have just purchased a TCO'99 approved and labelled
product! Your choice has provided you with a product developed
for professional use. Your purchase has also contributed to
reducing the burden on the environment and also to the further
development of environmentally adapted electronics products.
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Why do we have environmentally
labelled computers?
In many countries, environmental labelling has become an
established method for encouraging the adaptation of goods
and services to the environment. The main problem, as far as
computers and other electronics equipment are concerned, is
that environmentally harmful substances are used both in the
products and during their manufacture. Since it is not so far
possible to satisfactorily recycle the majority of electronics
equipment, most of these potentially damaging substances sooner
or later enter nature.
There are also other characteristics of a computer, such as energy
consumption levels, that are important from the viewpoints of
both the work (internal) and natural (external) environments.
Since all methods of electricity generation have a negative effect
on the environment (e.g. acidic and climate-influencing
emissions, radioactive waste), it is vital to save energy.
Electronics equipment in offices is often left running
continuously and thereby consumes a lot of energy.
What does labelling involve?
This product meets the requirements for the TCO'99 scheme
which provides for international and environmental labelling of
personal computers. The labelling scheme was developed as a
joint effort by the TCO (The Swedish Confederation of
Professional Employees), Svenska Naturskyddsforeningen
(The Swedish Society for Nature Conservation) and Statens
Energimyndighet (The Swedish National Energy
Administration).
Approval requirements cover a wide range of issues:
environment, ergonomics, usability, emission of electric and
magnetic fields, energy consumption and electrical and fire
safety.
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The environmental demands impose restrictions on the presence
and use of heavy metals, brominated and chlorinated flame
retardants, CFCs (freons) and chlorinated solvents, among other
things. The product must be prepared for recycling and the
manufacturer is obliged to have an environmental policy which
must be adhered to in each country where the company
implements its operational policy.
The energy requirements include a demand that the computer
and/or display, after a certain period of inactivity, shall reduce its
power consumption to a lower level in one or more stages. The
length of time to reactivate the computer shall be reasonable for
the user.
Labelled products must meet strict environmental demands, for
example, in respect of the reduction of electric and magnetic
fields, physical and visual ergonomics and good usability.
Below you will find a brief summary of the environmental
requirements met by this product. The complete environmental
criteria document may be ordered from:
TCO Development
SE-114 94 Stockholm, Sweden
Fax: +46 8 782 92 07
Email (Internet): development@tco.se
Current information regarding TCO'99 approved and labelled
products may also be obtained via the Internet, using the address:
http://www.tco-info.com/
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Environmental requirements
Flame retardants
Flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables,
wires, casings and housings. Their purpose is to prevent, or at
least to delay the spread of fire. Up to 30% of the plastic in a
computer casing can consist of flame retardant substances. Most
flame retardants contain bromine or chloride, and those flame
retardants are chemically related to another group of
environmental toxins, PCBs. Both the flame retardants containing
bromine or chloride and the PCBs are suspected of giving rise to
severe health effects, including reproductive damage in
fish-eating birds and mammals, due to the bioaccumulative*
processes. Flame retardants have been found in human blood and
researchers fear that disturbances in foetus development may
occur.
The relevant TCO'99 demand requires that plastic components
weighing more than 25 grams must not contain flame retardants
with organically bound bromine or chlorine. Flame retardants are
allowed in the printed circuit boards since no substitutes are
available.
Cadmium**
Cadmium is present in rechargeable batteries and in the
colour-generating layers of certain computer displays. Cadmium
damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses. The
relevant TCO'99 requirement states that batteries, the
colour-generating layers of display screens and the electrical or
electronics components must not contain any cadmium.
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Agency Regulatory Notices
Mercury**
Mercury is sometimes found in batteries, relays and switches. It
damages the nervous system and is toxic in high doses. The
relevant TCO'99 requirement states that batteries may not contain
any mercury. It also demands that mercury is not present in any of
the electrical or electronics components associated with the
labelled unit. There is however one exception. Mercury is, for the
time being, permitted in the back light system of flat panel
monitors as there today is no commercially available alternative.
TCO aims on removing this exception when a mercury free
alternative is available.
CFCs (freons)
The relevant TCO'99 requirement states that neither CFCs nor
HCFCs may be used during the manufacture and assembly of the
product. CFCs (freons) are sometimes used for washing printed
circuit boards. CFCs break down ozone and thereby damage the
ozone layer in the stratosphere, causing increased reception on
earth of ultraviolet light with e.g. increased risks of skin cancer
(malignant melanoma) as a consequence.
Lead**
Lead can be found in picture tubes, display screens, solders and
capacitors. Lead damages the nervous system and in higher
doses, causes lead poisoning. The relevant TCO´99 requirement
permits the inclusion of lead since no replacement has yet been
developed.
*Bioaccumulative is defined as substances which accumulate
within living organisms.
**Lead, Cadmium and Mercury are heavy metals that are
Bioaccumulative.
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Agency Regulatory Notices
Power Cord Set Requirements
The monitor power supply is provided with Automatic Line
Switching (ALS). This feature allows the monitor to operate on
input voltages between 100-120V or 200-240V.
The power cord set (flexible cord or wall plug) received with the
monitor meets the requirements for use in the country where you
purchased the equipment.
If you need to obtain a power cord for a different country, you
should purchase a power cord that is approved for use in that
country.
The power cord must be rated for the product and for the voltage
and current marked on the product's electrical ratings label. The
voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater than the
voltage and current rating marked on the product. In addition, the
cross-sectional area of the wire must be a minimum of 0.75 mm²
or 18AWG, and the length of the cord must be between 6 feet
(1.8 m) and 12 feet (3.6 m). If you have questions about the type
of power cord to use, contact your Compaq authorized service
provider.
A power cord should be routed so that it is not likely to be walked
on or pinched by items placed upon it or against it. Particular
attention should be paid to the plug, electrical outlet, and the
point where the cord exits from the product.
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