Cornea Systems CT1503 Computer Monitor User Manual

CT1503/CT1702
User Guide
Revision: 1-A
23 January 2002
Congratulations!
Congratulations on your purchase of a state-of-the-art TFT
LCD Monitor by Cornea Systems, Inc.
We know you will be pleased with your investment and will
enjoy the dynamic viewing—You will never see images the
same again!
Our Monitor is easy to set up.
Just follow our simple instructions and you will be viewing a
“new world” in no time:
• Connect the Monitor to your PC, Tuner, DVD, VCR, etc.
• Configure/Set-up the Monitor
• Adjust the display
• Enjoy!
Because your satisfaction is important to us, please contact
us if you have any questions.
We can be reached at:
1-800-681-6155
Monday–Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Copyright © 2002
Part Number: XXXXXXXXX
Revision: XXXXX
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Table of Contents
General Information
GENERAL INFORMATION: General Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
GENERAL INFORMATION: Unpacking Your Monitor & Inventorying the
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Figure 1: Inventory of Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Component Information
COMPONENTS: The Back of the Monitor (Connection Locations) . . . 10
Figure 2: CT1503 Connection Locations (Back-View of the Monitor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Figure 3: CT1702 Connection Locations (Back-View of the Monitor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
COMPONENTS: The Front of the Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Figure 4: CT1503/T1702: Front of the Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Monitor Item Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Adjusting the Tilt (or Viewing Angle) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Power Management Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
COMPONENTS: The Remote Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Figure 5: Remote Control Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Remote Control Item Definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connecting
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Figure 6: Monitor-to-Computer Connection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to a Tuner (TV/CATV). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Figure 7: Tuner (TV/CATV)-to-Monitor Connection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
CONNECTING: Other External A/V Devices to Your Monitor . . . . . . . . 23
Figure 8: Monitor-to-External A/V Devices Connection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Configuring/Adjusting
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode. . . . . 26
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: PC (ANALOG) Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: TV/CATV (TUNER) Mode . . 34
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
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Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: TV/CATV (TUNER) & S-VIDEO Modes . . . . . . . 37
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: External Devices (S-VIDEO)
Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: TV/CATV (TUNER) & S-VIDEO Modes . . . . . . . 37
Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING: Resolution to Potential Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Appendix
APPENDIX: Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
APPENDIX: CT1503 Analog Display Modes (Analog) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
APPENDIX: CT1702 Display Modes (Analog) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
APPENDIX: CT1703 Display Modes (Digital) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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GENERAL INFORMATION: General Safety Precautions
GENERAL INFORMATION: General Safety Precautions
This Monitor has been engineered and manufactured to assure your
safety.
IMPORTANT:
To avoid electrical shock and to prevent other injuries or
damage, please read this Manual and comply with the stated
warnings and procedures.
Foreign & Magnetic Objects
•Do not place anything heavy, wet or
magnetic on the Monitor or Power Cord.
•Do not cover the ventilation openings or
touch them with metallic or flammable
material.
Temperature
•Extreme temperature may cause
discoloration or damages.
•Avoid operating the Monitor in extreme heat,
humidity, or dusty areas.
•Ambient Temperature: 0°C– 40°C
Cleaning the LCD Surface
•To prevent any damage to the LCD surface:
•DO
NOT
use solvents, (such as benzene).
•Instead, use a damp soft cloth.
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GENERAL INFORMATION: General Safety Precautions
Proper Tools
•To prevent any scratches to the LCD surface,
DO NOT use small tools (such as a pin or a
pencil) near the Monitor.
Flat, Sturdy Surface
•Place the Monitor on a sturdy, flat surface to
prevent it from falling.
External Shocks
•DO NOT hit, drop, or otherwise apply any
mechanical or physical shocks to the Monitor.
Ventilation
•Install the Monitor in a well-ventilated area.
•NOTE: Be sure the ventilation is not so strong
that blows over the Monitor.
Power Off
•Turn the Monitor OFF before connecting it to
the power outlet or surge protector.
•Also, while installing your Monitor, it is wise to
unplug your Computer and other
components from the power outlet.
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GENERAL INFORMATION: General Safety Precautions
Secure Connections
•Make sure that the Monitor’s Power Cord and
the other devices’ power cords are properly
connected.
Other Electrical Safety Notes
•Overloading AC outlets and extension cords
are dangerous.
•Also, frayed Power Cords and the broken
plugs may cause electric shock or fire.
Do Not Open the Monitor
•There are no user-serviceable components
inside.
•There is a risk of exposure to high-voltage
electricity inside, even when power is turned
OFF.
•If the Monitor does not operate properly,
unplug the Power Cord and contact your
dealer or Technical Support.
• Handling the electrical equipment carelessly
may cause electrical shock and other
hazards.
WARNING:
Risk of electrical shock. DO NOT OPEN the Monitor.
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GENERAL INFORMATION: Unpacking Your Monitor & Inventorying the Parts
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Unpacking Your Monitor & Inventorying the Parts
Please make sure the parts shown in the following figure are included with
your Monitor.
If any of these items are missing or appear damaged, contact your dealer
or call Technical Support immediately.
Figure 1: Inventory of Parts
AC/DC
Power Adapter
Installation CD
CT1503/CT1703
Monitor
15-Pin VGA
Signal Cable
Audio Cable
S-Video Cable
RCA Cable
User’s Manual
USER MANUAL
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Power Cord
Remote Control
GENERAL INFORMATION: Unpacking Your Monitor & Inventorying the Parts
N OTE:
Depending on the voltage requirements for your
area, the Power Cord may be different than what
is indicated in the figure.
When unpacking the Monitor and its components:
•
Carefully open the box.
•
Lay the box flat on a table and carefully slide the contents out
of the box.
•
Do not “dump” the contents out of the box.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT remove the protective plastic cover from the Monitor.
This cover protects the screen during Installation, and will be
removed when the Installation is complete.
When inspecting the Monitor and its components:
•
Verify all the components are present, according to the
previous figure.
•
Verify the parts are not damaged.
TIP :
Save the box and other packing material in case the
Monitor needs to be returned.
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COMPONENTS: The Back of the Monitor (Connection Locations)
COMPONENTS:
The Back of the Monitor (CONNECTION LOCATIONS)
Figure 2: CT1503 Connection Locations (Back-View of the Monitor)
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Number
Abbreviation
Definition
1
VGA
15-Pin Connector for D-Sub (Analog)
2
PWR
AC/DC Adapter Connection
3
OUT AUD
4
AUD IN
5
ANTENNA
6
S-VIDEO
7
VIDEO
Video Input Connection (Yellow)
8
L AUD
Stereo Audio Left Connection (White)
9
AUD R
Stereo Audio Right Connection (Red)
Sound Out Connection
Sound In Connection
Tuner (TV/CATV) Connection
S-Video Input Connection
COMPONENTS: The Back of the Monitor (Connection Locations)
Figure 3: CT1702 Connection Locations (Back-View of the Monitor)
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9
8
11
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
Number
Abbreviation
Definition
1
OUT AUD
2
AUD IN
3
VGA
15-Pin Connector for D-Sub (Analog)
4
PWR
AC/DC Adapter Connection
5
DVI
6
ANTENNA
7
S-VIDEO
8
VIDEO
Video Input Connection (Yellow)
9
L AUD
Stereo Audio Left Connection (White)
10
AUD R
Stereo Audio Right Connection (Red)
11
USB
Sound Out Connection
Sound In Connection
Digital Video Interface Connector
(To be used if the computer has a
digital VGA card.)
Tuner (TV/CATV) Connection
S-Video Input Connection
USB Port (Optional)
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COMPONENTS: The Front of the Monitor
COMPONENTS: The Front of the Monitor
Figure 4: CT1503/T1702: Front of the Monitor
Monitor Item Definition
Item
Item
1
LCD Panel
(screen)
2
Built-In
Speakers
3
MENU
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Definition
CT1503: 15” TFT LCD, max. resolution 1024 x 768, 16.2M
color (true color).
CT1702: 17” TFT LCD, max. resolution 1280 x 1024, 16.7M
color.
After connecting the audio input, you can use the
speakers:
•CT1503: 2W output
•CT1702: 3W output
Pressing this button displays the Main Menu.
COMPONENTS: The Front of the Monitor
Item
Item
Definition
Pressing this button:
•Selects the highlighted menu item
•Selects the desired Input Source.
CT1503 Input Source Options/Scroll Sequence:
4
Analog
SELECT
Digital
S-Video
Tuner
CT1702 Input Source Options/Scroll Sequence:
Analog
▼ CH
5
(Channel
Down)
▲ CH
6
7
8
(Channel
Up)
Digital
Composite
S-Video
Tuner
Pressing this button:
•All Input Sources: Moves to the next lower menu
item.
•TV (Tuner): Selects the next lower channel.
Pressing this button:
•All Input Sources: Moves to the next higher menu
item.
•TV (Tuner): Selects the next higher channel.
Remote
Control
Sensor
This sensor receives the signal from the Remote Control
device.
VOL
Pressing this button:
•Decreases the volume.
•In the MENU mode, decreases the value of the
parameter displayed or changes the displayed
option.
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VOL
10
AUTO
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POWER
Pressing this button:
•Increases the volume.
•In the MENU mode, increases the value of the
parameter displayed or changes the displayed
option.
PC (Analog): Activates the auto adjustment function.
This function automatically adjusts the image’s position on
the LCD.
Pressing this button, turns the Monitor ON or OFF.
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Adjusting the Tilt (or Viewing Angle)
Adjusting the Tilt (or Viewing Angle)
Your Monitor was designed to allow you to adjust it to a comfortable
viewing angle.
The Monitor can be tilted forward 45o or back 90o.
REMINDER:
To prevent the Monitor from falling over, make sure it is
within the “safe” viewing angle range.
Power Management Function
This Monitor is equipped with a DPMS (Display Power Management
Signaling) function that automatically cuts the power dissipation down to
less than 5W when the computer is left unattended.
TIP :
Although the Monitor can be left in power-saving mode for
longer periods, we recommend that you turn it off after your
daily work.
Light Status
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Definition
Green
Power ON.
Amber
Power saving mode enabled.
COMPONENTS: The Remote Control
COMPONENTS: The Remote Control
REMINDER:
Insert the battery into the Remote Control.
Figure 5: Remote Control Device
Remote Control Item Definition
Item
Item
1
POWER
2
MENU
▲ CH
3
(Channel
Up)
▼ CH
4
(Channel
Down)
Definition
Pressing this item, turns the Monitor ON or OFF.
Pressing this item displays the Main Menu.
Pressing this item:
•All Input Sources: Moves to the next higher menu
item.
•TV (Tuner): Selects the next higher channel.
Pressing this item:
•All Input Sources: Moves to the next lower menu
item.
•TV (Tuner): Selects the next lower channel.
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COMPONENTS: The Remote Control
Item
5
16
Item
VOL
6
VOL
7
MUTE
8
SOURCE
9
SELECT
Definition
Pressing this item:
•Increases the volume.
•In the MENU mode, increases the value of the
parameter displayed or changes the option
displayed.
Pressing this item:
•Decreases the volume.
•In the MENU mode, decreases the value of the
parameter displayed or changes the option
displayed.
Pressing this item turns the sound ON or OFF.
Pressing this item scrolls through the available Input
Sources.
The Input Source’s name displays briefly in the upper
right-hand corner of the screen.
Pressing this item, selects the highlighted menu item.
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to Your Computer
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to Your Computer
1.
Turn OFF and UNPLUG your Computer until instructed otherwise.
2.
Carefully unpack all the components and verify all the parts are
present and undamaged. (See page 8.)
3.
Organize the cables you need and familiarize yourself with the
connection configuration. (For the CT1503, see pages 10 & 19. For the
CT1702, see pages 11 & 19.)
4.
With the Monitor laying screen-side down on a smooth, clean surface,
flip open the Monitor base.
TIP :
For easier access to the cable connections, keep the
Monitor laying (screen-side down) on a smooth surface.
5.
Connect the 15-pin VGA Cable to the Monitor’s “VGA” connector.
6.
Connect the 15-pin VGA Cable to your Computer.
REMINDER:
Using your fingers, hand-tighten the screws on the 15-Pin
connectors.
7.
Plug the Audio Cable into the Monitor’s “AUD IN” connector.
N OTE:
To use a headset, plug the headset into “AUD
OUT” connector on the Monitor.
8.
Connect the Audio Cable to your Computer at the speaker card
location.
9.
If you are not connecting any more components (e.g. CATV, DVD or
VCR), continue with the remaining steps.
If you are connecting other components to the Monitor, continue to
the next appropriately labeled “CONNECTING” section.
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CONNECTING: Your Monitor to Your Computer
10. Connect the round AC/DC Adapter Plug to the Monitor’s “PWR”
connector.
11. Connect the Power Cord to the AC/DC Adapter.
REMINDER:
Do not plug the Power Cord into the wall outlet/surge
protector yet.
12. Stand up your Monitor and adjust it for proper viewing. (See page 14.)
13. Plug in the Power Cords for both the Monitor and Computer to the wall
power outlet or surge protector.
14. Turn ON both the Monitor and Computer.
15. Remove the plastic protective cover from the front of the Monitor.
16. Pressing either the SELECT button on the front of the Monitor (page 12)
or the SOURCE button on the Remote Control (page 15), scroll to the
ANALOG Input Source option.
REMINDER:
Insert the battery into the Remote Control.
17. Insert the Set-up Disk into your Computer’s CD slot and follow the
instructions on page 27.
18. If necessary, fine-tune the display by using the On Screen Display
(OSD) menus (image position, brightness, and other items).
(See page 26.)
19. Enjoy your new Monitor from Cornea Systems, Inc.!
TIP :
Save the original container and the packing materials in
case there are difficulties and you need to return the
Monitor.
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CONNECTING: Your Monitor to Your Computer
Figure 6: Monitor-to-Computer Connection Diagram
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CONNECTING: Your Monitor to a Tuner (TV/CATV)
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to a Tuner (TV/CATV)
1.
Carefully unpack all the components and verify all the parts are
present and undamaged. (See page 8.)
2.
Organize the cable(s) you need and familiarize yourself with the
connection configuration.
(For the CT1503, see pages 10 & 22. For the CT1702, see pages 11 & 22.)
3.
With the Monitor laying screen-side down on a smooth, clean surface,
flip open the Monitor base.
TIP :
For easier access to the cable connections, keep the
Monitor laying (screen-side down) on a smooth surface.
4.
Connect the Antenna (from your Cable TV or external/internal
antenna) into the Monitor’s “ANTENNA” connector.
REMINDER:
The Antenna connection should be hand-tight.
5.
Connect the round AC/DC Adapter Plug to the Monitor’s “PWR”
connector.
6.
Connect the Power Cord to the AC/DC Adapter.
REMINDER:
Do not plug the Power Cord into the wall outlet/surge
protector yet.
7.
If you are not connecting any more components (e.g. DVD or VCR),
continue with the remaining steps.
If you are connecting other components to the Monitor, continue to
the next appropriately labeled “CONNECTING” section.
8.
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Stand up your Monitor and adjust it for proper viewing. (See page 14.)
CONNECTING: Your Monitor to a Tuner (TV/CATV)
9.
Plug in the Power Cord for the Monitor to the wall power outlet or surge
protector.
10. Turn ON the Monitor.
11. Remove the plastic protective cover from the front of the Monitor.
12. Pressing either the SELECT button on the front of the Monitor (page 12)
or the SOURCE button on the Remote Control (page 15), scroll to the
TUNER Input Source option.
REMINDER:
Insert the battery into the Remote Control.
13. Using the On Screen Display (OSD) menus, select the appropriate
antenna type. (See page 35.)
14. If necessary, configure the Tuner to automatically search for the
channels. (See page 31.)
15. If necessary, fine-tune the display by using the OSD menus (image
position, brightness, and other items). (See pages 35–37.)
16. Enjoy your new Monitor from Cornea Systems, Inc.!
TIP :
Save the original container and the packing materials in
case there are difficulties and you need to return the
Monitor.
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CONNECTING: Your Monitor to a Tuner (TV/CATV)
Figure 7: Tuner (TV/CATV)-to-Monitor Connection Diagram
Connecting
indoor antena
Connecting
outdoor antenna
Connecting antenna by way of VTR
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CONNECTING: Other External A/V Devices to Your Monitor
CONNECTING: Other External A/V Devices to Your
Monitor
1.
Carefully unpack all the components and verify all the parts are
present and undamaged. (See page 8.)
2.
Organize the cable(s) you need and familiarize yourself with the
connection configuration.
(For the CT1503, see pages 10 & 25. For the CT1702, see pages 11 & 25.)
3.
With the Monitor laying screen-side down on a smooth, clean surface,
flip open the Monitor base.
TIP :
For easier access to the cable connections, keep the
Monitor laying (screen-side down) on a smooth surface.
4.
At the side of the Monitor, connect the RCA Cable and/or the S-Video
Cable, to the “AUD L”, “AUD R”, “VIDEO” and “S-VIDEO” locations, as
appropriate.
5.
Connect the round AC/DC Adapter Plug to the Monitor’s “PWR”
connector.
6.
Connect the Power Cord to the AC/DC Adapter.
REMINDER:
Do not plug the Power Cord into the wall outlet/surge
protector yet.
7.
If you are not connecting any more components (e.g. Tuner/
Antenna), continue with the remaining steps.
If you are connecting other components to the Monitor, continue to
the next appropriately labeled “CONNECTING” section.
8.
On the external A/V device(s), if not done already, connect the RCA
Cable and/or the S-Video Cable, to the corresponding OUT “AUD L”,
“AUD R”, “VIDEO” and “S-VIDEO” locations, as appropriate.
9.
Stand up your Monitor and adjust it for proper viewing. (See page 14.)
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CONNECTING: Other External A/V Devices to Your Monitor
10. Plug in the Power Cord for the Monitor and other A/V devices to the
wall power outlet or surge protector.
11. Turn ON the Monitor and other A/V devices, as appropriate.
12. Remove the plastic protective cover from the front of the Monitor.
13. Pressing either the SELECT button on the front of the Monitor (page 12)
or the SOURCE button on the Remote Control (page 15), scroll to the
S-VIDEO or COMPOSITE Input Source option, whichever is appropriate
for your system.
REMINDER:
Insert the battery into the Remote Control.
14. If necessary, fine-tune the display by using the On Screen Display
(OSD) menus (image position, brightness, and other items).
(See page 39.)
15. Enjoy your new Monitor from Cornea Systems, Inc.!
TIP :
Save the original container and the packing materials in
case there are difficulties and you need to return the
Monitor.
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CONNECTING: Other External A/V Devices to Your Monitor
Figure 8: Monitor-to-External A/V Devices Connection Diagram
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG)
Mode
Using the system’s On Screen Displays (OSD), you can adjust and refine
your Monitor’s image.
The following table describes the initial set-up steps and the other menus
available.
Remember, when using the buttons on the front of your Monitor:
•
Press the MENU button to display the Main Menu.
•
Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons to scroll through the menu
items.
•
Press the SELECT button to choose the desired menu item and
to store the new value/parameter.
•
Use the VOLUME value/parameter.
buttons to increase/decrease the
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor
Select the Input Source Mode
1. After all the connections are
made, turn ON both the Computer
and the Monitor.
2. Select the Input Source mode by
using either the Remote Control:
•Pressing (repeatedly) the
SOURCE button
CT1503 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
S-Video
Tuner
OR
The buttons on the front of the
Monitor by:
•Pressing the SELECT button
(repeatedly) to scroll through
the various Input Source
modes
OR
•From the Main Menu, choose
the SELECT INPUT (CT1503)/
SETUP option (CT1702).
3. Select the ANALOG mode.
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CT1702 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
Composite
S-Video
Tuner
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode
Install the TFT LCD Monitor Driver.
4. If previously done, skip this section.
If not previously done, install the INF file on your PC by performing the following:
a. Insert the Installation Disk into your Computer’s CD disk drive.
b. Either follow the “Add New Hardware” wizard or at the Windows 95/98/
2000 desktop (initial screen), click the right mouse button to open a “popup” menu.
c. With the left mouse button, click on the “Properties” selection to open the
“Display Properties” menu.
d. Click the “Setting” tab and click the “Advanced Properties” tab.
e. Click the “Monitor” tab and select “Change”.
f. Click on the “Display the list of all the drivers in specific location…”
selection, then click on the “Have Disk”, and then, click on the “Browse
File” button.
g. Select “CD disk drivers”, for example select from the F-drive, the “INF file”
folder.
h. Click on the INF file (LCD.inf) on the Installation Disk and select proper size
of this Monitor.
• The size of this Monitor is stated on page 17 of this Manual.
i. When the driver files are installed to the hard drive, click “OK” and press
“Close” to save settings.
j. Click “Yes” when prompted to accept the new “Refresh Rate” setting.
To Change the Resolution or Refresh Rate:
a. At the Windows 95/98/2000 desktop (initial screen), click the right mouse
button to open a “pop-up” menu.
b. With the left mouse button, click on “Properties” to open the “Display
Properties” menu.
c. Click on the “Setting” tab and change the resolution you what you want.
d. Click “Apply” or “OK” button, then click “OK” to keep the selected
resolution.
e. Go back to “Display Properties” menu and click on the “Setting” tab.
Select the “Advanced Properties” button and then click on “Adapter”.
f. In “Adapter Properties”, select “Refresh Rate” to change it.
•Our Monitors support a refresh rate up to 75Hz. For the best possible
display, we recommend a refresh rate of 60Hz.
• If you do not have this option, try the procedure again after installing
the Monitor driver.
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode
Adjust the Initial Image:
Vertical & Horizontal Alignment
CT1503 Main Menu:
7. If necessary, at the initial display,
adjust the VERTICAL position of the
display by:
•Pressing the MENU button to
display the Main Menu.
•Pressing the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly) to scroll
to the V POSITION (CT1503) or
the POSITION (CT1702) option.
• Press the SELECT button to
select the menu item.
CT1702 Main Menu:
•CT1702: Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly) to scroll
to the VERTICAL option on the
sub-menu.
•At the V POSITION or VERTICAL
sub-menu, use the VOLUME
buttons to move the
image up or down until it is
centered vertically on the
display.
CT1503 Vertical Position Sub-Menu:
•Once you have vertically
centered the display, press the
SELECT button.
CT1702 Position Sub-menu:
8. Now, center the display
HORIZONTALLY by:
•Repeating same general
procedure for the vertical
adjustment, but by selecting
the H POSITION (CT1503) or the CT1503 Horizontal Position Display:
HORIZONTAL (CT1702) option
instead.
•Remember to press the SELECT
button when the display is
centered horizontally.
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode
Adjust the Clarity of the Image:
Phase
CT1503 Main Menu:
9. If necessary, adjust the clarity of
the image by:
•Pressing the MENU button to
display the Main Menu.
•Pressing the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly) to scroll
to the PHASE (CT1503) or the
POSITION (CT1702) option.
• Press the SELECT button to
select the menu item.
CT1702 Main Menu:
•CT1702: Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly) to scroll
to the PHASE option.
•At the PHASE sub-menu, use
the VOLUME
buttons to
adjust the clarity of the image.
•Once you have the image set
to your liking, press the SELECT
button.
CT1503 Phase Sub-Menu:
CT1702 Position Sub-Menu:
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: PC (ANALOG) Mode
Adjust the Brightness & Contrast
CT1503 Main Menu:
Brightness
•Controls the overall image and
background screen brightness.
10. Press the MENU button to display
the Main Menu.
11. Pressing the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly), scroll to the
BRIGHTNESS (CT1503) or the
BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST (CT1702)
item.
CT1702 Main Menu:
12. Press the SELECT button to choose
the desired item.
13. At the appropriate sub-menu, use
the VOLUME
buttons to
adjust the brightness of the image.
14. Once you have the brightness set
to your liking, press the SELECT
button.
CT1503 Brightness Sub-Menu:
CT1702 Brightness Sub-Menu:
Contrast
•Controls the image brightness
in relation to the background.
15. Repeat the same general
procedure for the brightness
adjustment, but by selecting the
CONTRAST (CT1503) or the
BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST (CT1702)
option instead.
16. Once you have the contrast set
to your liking, press the SELECT
button.
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CT1503 Contrast Sub-Menu:
CT1702 Contrast Sub-Menu:
Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: PC (ANALOG) Mode
Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: PC (ANALOG)
Mode
The following table describes the other menus available.
Figure 9: The Main Menus for the CT1503 and the CT1702, respectively:
CLOCK
CT1503 Clock Sub-Menu:
•Performs a rough image tuning
by screen size adjustment.
•CT1702: The CLOCK sub-menu
is obtained via the POSITION
item on the Main Menu.
CT1702 Clock Sub-Menu:
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Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: PC (ANALOG) Mode
COLOR
CT1503 Color Sub-Menu:
•Fine-tunes the image viewing.
Preset 1
•Bluish White
Preset 2
CT1503 User Color Sub-Menu:
•Plain White
User Color (CT1503 only)
•Controls the individual colors of
Red, Green, and Blue.
Exit (CT1702 only)
•Closes this sub-menu and
returns to the Main Menu.
CT1702 Color Sub-Menu:
CT1702 User Color Sub-Menu:
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Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: PC (ANALOG) Mode
OSD FUNCTION (CT1503 only)
CT1503:
H Position
•Controls the OSD horizontal
position.
V Position
•Controls the OSD vertical
position.
Language
•Controls the language used for
the OSD.
Off Timer
•The OSD display time during
the absence of user control.
Exit
•Closes this sub-menu and
returns to the Main Menu.
SELECT INPUT (CT1503)/
SETUP (CT1702)
CT1503/CT1702:
•Displays current Input Signal.
•Allows change of the Input
Signal to the other options.
EXIT MENU
•Closes the Main Menu.
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: TV/CATV (TUNER) Mode
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: TV/CATV
(TUNER) Mode
Using the system’s On Screen Displays (OSD), you can adjust and refine
your Monitor’s image.
The following table describes the initial set-up steps and the other menus
available.
Remember, when using the buttons on the front of your Monitor:
•
Press the MENU button to display the Main Menu.
•
Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons to scroll through the menu
items.
•
Press the SELECT button to choose the desired menu item and
to store the new value/parameter.
•
Use the VOLUME value/parameter.
buttons to increase/decrease the
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor
Select the Input Source Mode
1. After all the connections are
made, turn ON the Monitor and
other devices, as appropriate.
2. Select the Input Source mode by
using either the Remote Control:
•Pressing (repeatedly) the
SOURCE button
CT1503 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
S-Video
Tuner
OR
The buttons on the front of the
Monitor by:
•Pressing the SELECT button
(repeatedly) to scroll through
the various Input Source
modes
OR
•From the Main Menu, choose
the SELECT INPUT (CT1503)/
SETUP option (CT1702).
3. Select the TUNER mode.
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CT1702 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
Composite
S-Video
Tuner
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: TV/CATV (TUNER) Mode
Adjust the Image Position & Clarity
4. If necessary,
•To adjust the VERTICAL position, see page 28.
•To adjust the HORIZONTAL position, see page 28.
•To adjust the CLARITY of the image, see page 29.
•To adjust the BRIGHTNESS of the image, see page 30.
•To adjust the CONTRAST of the image, see page 30.
Select the Proper Antenna:
AIR or CATV
CT1503 Main Menu:
5. At the initial display, select the
antenna appropriate for your
system by:
•Pressing the MENU button to
display the Main Menu.
•Pressing the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons (repeatedly) to scroll
to the CHANNEL option.
CT1702 Main Menu:
• Press the SELECT button to
select the item.
6. At the CHANNEL sub-menu:
•If the AIR/CATV item is not
highlighted, use CHANNEL
▲ ▼ buttons to scroll to it.
• Press the SELECT button to fully
highlight the AIR/CATV item.
CT1503/CT1702 Channel Sub-Menu:
AIR Option:
•At the CHANNEL sub-menu, use
the VOLUME
buttons to
scroll through the antenna
options (Air or CATV).
•Press the SELECT button to
choose the appropriate
option.
CATV Option:
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: TV/CATV (TUNER) Mode
Automatically Search for
Channels
CT1503/CT1702 Channel Sub-Menu:
7. While in this sub-menu, to
automatically search/add
channels from the cable system:
•Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼
buttons, to scroll to the AUTO
CHANNEL item.
•Press the SELECT button to fully
highlight and view the options
for this item.
CT1503/CT1702 Channel Sub-Menu:
•The system will start
automatically searching and
adding channels.
8. If you do not want to automatically
search/add channels: do not
select this option.
Other Sub-Menu Options:
Manually Add/Remove Channels:
9. While in this sub-menu:
•Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons, to scroll to the MANUAL CHANNEL item.
•Press the SELECT button to fully highlight and view the options for this item.
•Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons, to choose the ADD or DELETE option as
desired.
Refining the Video Image:
10. While in this sub-menu:
•Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons, to scroll to the FINE item.
•Press the SELECT button to fully highlight and view the options for this item.
•Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons, to increment the adjustment to make the
image as clear as possible.
EXIT the Sub-Menu
11. Using the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons, scroll to the EXIT item.
12. Press the SELECT button.
•This action returns you to the Main Menu.
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Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: TV/CATV (TUNER) & S-VIDEO Modes
Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: TV/CATV (TUNER)
& S-VIDEO Modes
The following table describes the other menus available.
Figure 10: The Main Menus for the CT1503 and the CT1702, respectively
COLOR
CT1503/CT1702 Color Sub-Menu:
Color
•Controls the thickness of the
color signal level.
Tint
•Controls the tone of the
color signal level.
Sharpness
•Controls the sharpness of
the signal level.
OSD FUNCTION (CT1503 Only)
CT1503 OSD Function Sub-Menu:
H Position
•Controls the OSD horizontal
position.
V Position
•Controls the OSD vertical
position.
Language
•Controls the language used
for the OSD.
Off Timer
•The OSD display time during
the absence of user control.
Exit
•Closes this sub-menu.
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Explanation of Remaining Menu Items: TV/CATV (TUNER) & S-VIDEO Modes
SELECT INPUT (CT1503)/
SETUP (CT1702)
•Displays current Input
Source.
•Allows change of the Input
Source to the other options.
EXIT
•Closes the Main Menu.
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CT1503/CT1702 Sub-Menu:
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: External Devices (S-VIDEO) Mode
CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display:
External Devices (S-VIDEO) Mode
Using the system’s On Screen Displays (OSD), you can adjust and refine
your Monitor’s image.
The following table describes the initial set-up steps and the other menus
available.
Remember, when using the buttons on the front of your Monitor:
•
Press the MENU button to display the Main Menu.
•
Use the CHANNEL ▲ ▼ buttons to scroll through the menu
items.
•
Press the SELECT button to choose the desired menu item and
to store the new value/parameter.
•
Use the VOLUME value/parameter.
buttons to increase/decrease the
Initial Set-Up & Adjustment of the Monitor
Select the Input Source Mode
1. After all the connections are
made, turn ON the Monitor and
other devices, as appropriate.
2. Select the Input Source mode by
using either the Remote Control:
•Pressing (repeatedly) the
SOURCE button
CT1503 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
S-Video
Tuner
OR
The buttons on the front of the
Monitor by:
•Pressing the SELECT button
(repeatedly) to scroll through
the various Input Source
modes
OR
CT1702 Input Source Scroll Sequence:
Analog
Digital
Composite
S-Video
Tuner
•From the Main Menu, choose
the SELECT INPUT (CT1503)/
SETUP option (CT1702).
3. Select the S-VIDEO mode.
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CONFIGURING & ADJUSTING the Display: External Devices (S-VIDEO) Mode
Adjust the Image Position & Clarity
4. If necessary,
•To adjust the VERTICAL position, see page 28.
•To adjust the HORIZONTAL position, see page 28.
•To adjust the CLARITY of the image, see page 29.
•To adjust the BRIGHTNESS of the image, see page 30.
•To adjust the CONTRAST of the image, see page 30.
N OTE:
For an explanation of the remaining menu items,
please see the "Explanation of Remaining Menu
Items: TV/CATV (TUNER) & S-VIDEO Modes" section
on page 37.
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TROUBLESHOOTING: Resolution to Potential Problems
TROUBLESHOOTING: Resolution to Potential Problems
This section tries to anticipate potential problems that you may encounter
in the day-to-day use of your Monitor.
If, after trying the suggested solutions, your Monitor’s symptom remains the
same, contact your authorized service center or call Technical Support.
Troubleshooting Problems
Problem
LED Green
Corrective Action
• Using the On Screen Display (OSD),
adjust the Brightness and Contrast to
maximum or reset them to the
default settings.
•Check the power switch.
No Picture
LED OFF
LED Amber
•Check if the AC Power Cord is
properly connected to the AC
Adapter.
•Check if the video signal cable is
properly connected at the back of
Monitor.
• Check if the power to computer
system is ON.
The display not clear.
• Adjust the Frequency and Phase
settings using the OSD.
The display is too light/dark.
• Adjust the Brightness and Contrast
settings using the OSD.
The image is not centered.
• Adjust the Horizontal and Vertical
position settings using the OSD.
“Out of Range” message
•Check the maximum resolution and
the frequency on the video port of
your Computer.
The picture is scrambled.
• Check the signal cable connection
between your Computer and
Monitor.
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TROUBLESHOOTING: Resolution to Potential Problems
Problem
The picture is fuzzy.
•Press the AUTO button, on your
Monitor, to automatically configure
your Monitor.
The picture bounces or has wavy
oscillations.
•Check the signal cable connection
between your Computer and
Monitor.
The picture appears to be ghosting.
•Check the signal cable connection
between your Computer and
Monitor.
The color on the screen is not uniform
•Adjust the color settings using the
OSD color menu.
The colors on the screen are
distorted with dark or shadowed
areas.
•Adjust the color settings using the
OSD color menu.
The Power Indicator is blinking an
amber color.
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Corrective Action
•The Monitor is using its power
management system. Check the
power management utility on your
Computer.
APPENDIX: Warranty
APPENDIX: Warranty
END-USER WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Effective 12/11/2001
Cornea Systems, Inc. (“Cornea”) warrants your new Cornea display(s)
against defects in material and workmanship during the warranty period
from the date of the original purchase of the new product within the
territory.
If a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during the
warranty period, Cornea will, at its sole option, repair or replace the
product with a similar product, provided the purchaser adheres to certain
return authorization procedures and guidelines.
For better service, Cornea strongly encourages you to register your
product by filling out the warranty registration card provided with your
product or register online.
Warranty Period
Product
Type
Parts
Labor
Backlight
Advance
d Swap
TFT-LCD
3-Year
3-Year
3-Year
1st Year
LCD-TV
3-Year
3-Year
3-Year
1st Year
Plasma
1-Year
1-Year
No
No
1st Year Advanced Swap Service
•
If repairs are necessary, and you are entitled to service under
the terms and conditions of the limited warranty, a
replacement unit will be sent to you in exchange of your
defective for repair during the first year product warranty
period.
•
With the advanced swap service, shipping is covered both
directions. A return-shipping label will be included with the
replacement unit.
•
If an advanced swap is desired, the customer will be required
to submit a valid credit card number, with the account in
good standing, as collateral.
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APPENDIX: Warranty
•
Your credit card will be charged if the defective unit is not
received in 15 days after you receive the replacement.
This service will be provided exclusively by your Cornea Technical Support
Center and authorized agents. Your product will not be accepted for
repair unless you first contact Cornea Technical Support Center who will
provide instructions on how to return your product for repair. Once the
product has been repaired, it will be returned free of charge to the
address you designated within the territory.
Date of Original Purchase
A copy of the customer’s original proof-of-purchase will be required to
establish the original date of purchase for all warranty service. If a copy of
the original proof-of-purchase is not available, the warranty period will be
considered to begin from the date of manufacture.
Territory
Warranty geographic territory covers continental USA and Canada.
Replacement of Product
Replacement product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished
parts or components. The replacement product is warranted for 60 days or
for the period remaining on the original warranty, whichever is greater.
Shipping
Replacement/repaired product will be shipped via UPS delivery, to any
point within the territory. Extra freight charges will apply for expedited
shipping, if such service is available.
Warranty Exclusion
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•
The limited warranty does not cover the repair of damages
occurring after you purchase the Monitor in shipping or in
storage or that caused by disaster, accident, misuse, abuse,
negligence, mishandling, improper packaging or shipping,
unauthorized repair or modification, or acts of God.
•
This limited warranty does not cover repair of Monitor display
quality degradation resulting from failure of following the
manufacturer’s instruction with respect to proper handling,
operation, installation, usage, service and maintenance of the
Monitor.
APPENDIX: Warranty
•
Cornea shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential
damages resulting from the use of this product.
•
Do NOT open the Monitor housing under any circumstances.
By opening the Monitor housing you will expose yourself to
possible electrical dangers and void all warranties.
Before Contacting Us…
In many cases, your Monitor may not need repair. Before you contact us,
please consult the troubleshooting section in your user’s guide to see if you
can easily remedy the problem yourself:
If this approach does not resolve your Cornea Monitor problem, please:
• Locate your proof of purchase date, indicated on your
receipt or invoice
•
Get your product model and serial number (MPxxxxxxxx on the
back of your Monitor)
•
Have the defective product in front of you and call us.
Cornea Technical Support Service
During all three years of product warranty, we support your basic
configuration, setup and troubleshooting questions, and when required,
we provide you with all instructions on how to return your product for
repair.
For support inquiries in the United States or Canada, please call:
1-800-681-6155
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time
Return Authorization Procedure
1. Contact Us
The Cornea Technical Support staff will help you identify if the unit
needs to be repaired.
2. Fill out an RMA (RETURN MERCHANDISE AUTHORIZATION) Form
Once repair service is required, you’ll be instructed to fill out an RMA
form (available online). You will be requested to provide product
model name and serial number (located on the back of your Monitor),
the original proof-of-purchase, your name and contact information, a
description of the problem & your credit card (VISA, MasterCard, or
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APPENDIX: Warranty
American Express) information, if first year advanced swap is
applicable.
3. Acquire an RMA Number
After we receive your RMA request, Cornea technical support staff will
contact you within 48 hours and assign you an RMA number. For
advanced swap service, a replacement unit will be sent to you.
4. Return the Unit for Repair/Replacement
Please send your original unit back to us in the original unit box.
Damage due to improper or inadequate packing will be charged to
you as an out-of-warranty cost. For advanced swap service, please
use the provided mailing label. A designated courier will pick up the
returned. The original unit must be properly packaged in the same
manner as the replacement unit, utilizing the packing materials
provided.
5. Receive a Replacement/Repaired Unit
Once the unit is repaired, we will ship back to you free of charge. If the
unit is not repairable, we will send you a replacement instead.
N OTE:
Replacement program is subject to termination at
any time without advance notice.
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APPENDIX: CT1503 Analog Display Modes (Analog)
APPENDIX: CT1503 Analog Display Modes (Analog)
For the display modes listed below, the screen image has been optimized
during production.
Preset Timing Modes (Analog)
Mode
Display
Mode
Horizontal
Frequency (KHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Standard Type
640 x 350
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
720 x 400
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
640 x 480
31.5KHz
60Hz
Industry Standard
640 x 480
37.9KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
640 x 480
37.5KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
640 x 480
43.3KHz
85Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
35.2KHz
56Hz
VESA Guidelines
800 x 600
37.9KHz
60Hz
VESA Guidelines
800 x 600
48.0KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
46.9KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
53.7KHz
85Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
48.4KHz
60Hz
VESA Guidelines
1024 x 768
56.5KHz
70Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
60.0KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
VGA
SVGA
XGA
IMPORTANT:
Our Monitor is not supported outside of the display modes
listed above.
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APPENDIX: CT1702 Display Modes (Analog)
APPENDIX: CT1702 Display Modes (Analog)
For the display modes listed below, the screen image has been optimized
during production.
Preset Timing Modes (Analog)
Mode
Display
Mode
Horizontal
Frequency
(KHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Standard
Type
640 x 350
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
720 x 400
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
640 x 480
31.5KHz
60Hz
Industry Standard
640 x 480
37.9KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
640 x 480
37.5KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
640 x 480
43.3KHz
85Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
35.2KHz
56Hz
VESA Guidelines
800 x 600
37.9KHz
60Hz
VESA Guidelines
800 x 600
48.0KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
46.9KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
53.7KHz
85Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
48.4KHz
60Hz
VESA Guidelines
1024 x 768
56.5KHz
70Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
60.0KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
68.7KHz
85Hz
VESA Standard
1280 x 1024
64.0KHz
60Hz
VESA Standard
1280 x 1024
80.0KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
IMPORTANT:
Our Monitor is not supported outside of the display modes
listed above.
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APPENDIX: CT1703 Display Modes (Digital)
APPENDIX: CT1703 Display Modes (Digital)
For the display modes listed below, the screen image has been optimized
during production.
Preset Timing Modes (Digital)
Mode
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
Display
Mode
Horizontal
Frequency
(KHz)
Vertical
Frequency
(Hz)
Standard
Type
640 x 350
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
720 x 400
31.5KHz
70Hz
IBM®
640 x 480
31.5KHz
60Hz
Industry
Standard
640 x 480
37.9KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
640 x 480
37.5KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
35.2KHz
56Hz
VESA
Guidelines
800 x 600
37.9KHz
60Hz
VESA
Guidelines
800 x 600
48.0KHz
72Hz
VESA Standard
800 x 600
46.9KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
48.4KHz
60Hz
VESA
Guidelines
1024 x 768
56.5KHz
70Hz
VESA Standard
1024 x 768
60.0KHz
75Hz
VESA Standard
1280 x 1024
64.0KHz
60Hz
VESA Standard
IMPORTANT:
Our Monitor is not supported outside of the display modes
listed above.
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APPENDIX: Regulatory Compliance
APPENDIX: Regulatory Compliance
Canadian Department of Communications Compliance Statement
DOC: This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
C-UL: Bears the C-UL Mark and is in compliance with Canadian Safety Regulations according to
C.S.A. C22.2 No. 950.
FCC Information
1. Use the attached specified cables with the CT1503/CT1703 color monitor so as not to interfere
with radio and television reception.
(1) Please use the supplied power cable or equivalent to ensure FCC compliance.
(2) Please use the supplied AC Adapter.
(3) Please use the supplied shielded video signal cable.
(4) Please use the supplied DVI-D to DVI-D cable.
(5) Please use the supplied USB cable.
Use of other cables and adapters may cause interference with radio and television
reception.
2. 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 receiver.
• Connect the equipment into 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.
If necessary, the user should contact the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician
for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission, helpful: “How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference
Problems”. This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.,
20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
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