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Gigabyte 5230 Computer Hardware User Manual
GM-F520S
GM-F470S
GM-F420S
LCD DISPLAY MONITOR
INSTRUCTIONS
• Be sure to read through “Safety Precautions” (pages 2 and 3)
before using the unit.
Table of Contents
The illustration of the monitor is of GM-F470S.
Safety Precautions .............................................. 2
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ........................... 2
Maintenance ..................................................... 3
Installation............................................................ 4
Parts Identification .............................................. 5
Connections ......................................................... 6
Available signals ............................................... 8
Daily Operations ................................................ 10
Menu Operation ................................................. 12
Menu Configuration—MAIN MENU .................. 13
Menu Configuration—SET-UP MENU ............... 15
Using the Motion Sensor .................................. 18
Outline of the motion sensor .......................... 18
Installation and connection ............................. 18
Setting ............................................................ 19
How to Use External Control ............................ 20
About the external control .............................. 20
Using the serial communication ..................... 21
Using the MAKE/TRIG. system ...................... 22
Using the LAN system .................................... 23
Troubleshooting................................................. 25
Self-diagnostic indication ................................ 27
Specifications .................................................... 28
General ........................................................... 28
Input/output terminals ..................................... 29
Dimensions ..................................................... 29
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Safety Precautions
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a
risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE. NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE
PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to
assure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRIC SHOCK OR
FIRE. In order not to defeat the safeguards incorporated into this product, observe the following basic rules
for its installation, use, and service. Please read these “IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS” carefully before use.
• All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
• The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
• All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
• All operating instructions should be followed.
POWER CONNECTION
The power supply voltage rating of this product is AC 120 V (For U.S.A. and Canada) and AC 220 – 240 V
(For European countries, Asian countries, and United Kingdom).
The power cord attached conforms to the following power supply voltage and countries. Use only the
power cord designated to ensure safety and EMC regulations of each country.
For U.S.A. and Canada: AC 120 V
For European and Asian countries:
AC 220 – 240 V
For United Kingdom:
AC 220 – 240 V
This plug will fit only into a grounded power outlet. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
contact your electrician to install the proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounded plug.
• This product should be operated only with the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supply of your home, consult your product dealer or local electric power
company.
Warning:
• Do not use the same power cord for AC 120 V as for AC 220 – 240 V. Doing so may cause malfunction,
electric shock or fire.
Note for United Kingdom power cord only
The plug of United Kingdom power cord has a built-in fuse. When replacing the fuse, be sure to use only
a correctly rated approved type, re-fit the fuse cover. (Consult your dealer or
qualified personnel.)
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with the blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.
Fuse
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• Before connecting other products such as VCR’s and personal computers, you should turn off the power
of this product for protection against electric shock.
• Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer as they may be hazardous.
• When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by
the manufacturer or equivalents. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
• Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.
Under the following conditions,
1. Turn off the power.
2. Unplug this product from the wall outlet.
3. Refer service to qualified service personnel.
a) When the product emits smoke or unusual
smell.
b) When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance—for example, no picture or no
sound.
c) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
on the product.
d) If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in
any way.
f) When the power supply cord or plug is
damaged.
• Do not install this product in the following places:
– in a damp or dusty room
– where the product is exposed to soot or
steam, such as near the cooking counter or a
humidifier
– near heat sources
– where condensation easily occurs, such as
near the window
• Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, or table. The product may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product.
The product should be mounted according to
the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use
a mount recommended by the manufacturer.
• Do not use this product near water.
• Be sure to install the product in the place where
proper temperature and humidity are kept (☞
“Operating conditions” on page 28).
This product becomes hot during its use. Take
enough care when handling the product.
Do not use the product for a long time if the sound
is distorted.
Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as
opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltages and other hazards. Refer all
service to qualified service personnel.
• Make enough room for inserting or removing the
power plug. Place the product as close to an
AC outlet as possible. The main power supply
for the product is controlled by inserting or
removing the power plug.
• When you install the product in a place where
you cannot easily insert or remove the power
plug from an AC outlet, insert or remove the
power cord from the AC inlet on the product.
• When the product is left unattended and unused
for a long period of time, unplug it from the wall
outlet and disconnect the cable system.
• Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
convenience receptacles on other equipment as
this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
• Use only the accessory cord designed for this
product to prevent shock.
• Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation. These ensure reliable operation
of the product and protect it from overheating.
These openings must not be blocked or covered.
• Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-circuit the parts, which
could result in a fire or electric shock.
• Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
• Never place anything on the product. (Placing
liquids, naked flames, cloths, paper, etc. on the
product may cause a fire.)
• Do not apply any strong shock to the LCD panel.
(Do not hit any object against it or push it with a
sharp-pointed tool.)
• Do not put heavy objects on the product.
• Do not step on or hang on the product.
When using stands for this monitor, use the
supplied stands and attach them properly.
• Improper use of stands may lead to damages
on the floor or on the monitor, or may cause the
monitor to topple over.
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U.S.A. only
FCC NOTICE (U.S.A. only)
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not approved
by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and
found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
– 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 the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
IMPORTANT RECYCLING INFORMATION
This product has a fluorescent lamp
that contains mercury. Disposal of
these materials may be regulated in
your community due to environmental
considerations. For disposal or recycling
information, please contact your local
authorities or for USA, the Electronic
Industries Alliance: http://www.eiae.org
For USA only
This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium
Battery which contains Perchlorate Material—
special handling may apply.
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
European Union only
Maintenance
Dear Customer,
This apparatus is in conformance with the valid European directives and standards regarding electromagnetic
compatibility and electrical safety.
European representative of Victor Company of Japan, Limited is:
JVC Technical Services Europe GmbH
Postfach 10 05 04
61145 Friedberg
Germany
Information for Users on Disposal of Old Equipment and Batteries
[European Union]
These symbols indicate that the electrical and electronic equipment and the battery
with this symbol should not be disposed of as general household waste at its end-oflife. Instead, the products should be handed over to the applicable collection points
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment as well as batteries for proper
treatment, recovery and recycling in accordance with your national legislation and the
Directive 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
Products
By disposing of these products correctly, you will help to conserve natural resources
and will help to prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human
health which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of these
products.
For more information about collection points and recycling of these products, please
contact your local municipal office, your household waste disposal service or the
shop where you purchased the product.
Battery
Notice:
The sign Pb below
the symbol for
batteries indicates
that this battery
contains lead.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
[Business users]
If you wish to dispose of this product, please visit our web page http://www.jvc.eu/ to
obtain information about the take-back of the product.
[Other Countries outside the European Union]
These symbols are only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to dispose of these items, please do so in accordance with applicable
national legislation or other rules in your country for the treatment of old electrical and
electronic equipment and batteries.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning.
Screen
To avoid irreparable change in appearance of
the screen such as uneven color, discoloration,
scratches, be careful about the following:
• Do not paste or stick anything using any glues or
adhesive tapes.
• Do not write anything on the screen.
• Do not strike the screen with a hard object.
• Avoid condensation on the screen.
• Do not wipe the screen with solvent such as
alcohol, thinner, or benzine.
• Do not wipe the screen forcefully.
If the screen gets stained, wipe it with a soft dry cloth,
a soft damp cloth, or a soft cloth soaked in waterdiluted neutral detergent and wrung well.
Cabinet
To avoid the deterioration or damages of the cabinet
such as its paint’s peeling away, be careful about the
following:
• Do not wipe the cabinet using solvent such as
alcohol, thinner, or benzine.
• Do not expose the cabinet to any volatile substance
such as insecticides.
• Do not allow any rubber or plastic in contact for a
long time.
• Do not wipe the cabinet forcefully.
Wipe stains off the cabinet with a soft cloth. If the
cabinet gets heavily stained, wipe it with a soft cloth
soaked in water-diluted neutral detergent and wrung
well, then wipe with a soft dry cloth.
Ventilation openings
Use a vacuum cleaner to get rid of the dust around
the intakes (all the openings). If a vacuum cleaner
is not available, use a cloth and wipe it off. Leaving
the dust around the intakes may prevent proper
temperature control and cause damage to the
product.
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Installation
Precautions
• When installing the monitor on the wall, consult your dealer.
• Route the power cord and connection cables along the floor corners to avoid walking on them.
• For good heat dissipation, try to leave the following distance of space (minimum) around the monitor (see
diagram below).
• When installing the monitor near the ceiling or similar location, the remote control may not work correctly
because of possible effects, such as reflections, from the surroundings. If this happens, move the monitor
where it is free from these effects.
• The ambient temperature of the installation place should be within the range of 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
(slightly variable depending on the ambient conditions of the installation place).
• Do not install the monitor in such a way that the monitor and other AV equipment affect each other
adversely. (For example, if a disturbed image or noise due to electromagnetic interference occurs, or if the
infrared remote control malfunctions, change the installation place.)
• Do not install the monitor in such a way that the ventilation holes of the internal cooling fans are blocked.
Blocking the holes may cause high inside temperature and may damage the unit.
When installing the monitor on the supplied stand
Front view
Side view
Fan B
Fan A
How to attach the stand
Fix the stands as illustrated using the
supplied screws. Take care not to fix the
stands to the wrong side (the foot must
face inside).
• Improper use of stands may lead
to damages on the floor or on the
monitor, or may cause the monitor to
topple over.
150
(6)
Unit: mm (inch)
When installing the monitor vertically
• Make sure to install the monitor in the direction
illustrated below.
• Set the speed of the internal cooling fan to
“HIGH” (see “COOLING MODE” on page 16).
• You can change the position of the JVC logo
plate. Remove the sealing sticker on the place
for the logo plate and fix the plate with the
screws.
You can detach the handles as illustrated below.
• Place the screws into their original holes.
To prevent an accidental fall
Fix the monitor to a wall by using
strings.
Fixing the monitor
Attach the hook (not provided)
to the rear panel using M6 x 10
mm screws (not provided). Bind
the hooks on the rear panel of
the monitor to a wall or a pillar
using durable string.
The holes on the base of the
stand are also available to fix the
monitor on the platform such as
a table using screws (M6).
Place for the logo plate
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Fan A (only on GM-F520S)
50 (2)
200 (7 7/8)
150
(6)
Position of the internal cooling fans
• Fan A stops when you set the speed of the fans to
“LOW” (see “COOLING MODE” on page 16).
• Fan B is always in operation while the power is on.
Hook and screw
(M6 x 10 mm) (not
provided)
Hook (not
provided)
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Parts Identification
Remote control
1
2
3
4
5
e
6
7
r
8
9
p
q
w
t
1 POWER ON button
Turns on the monitor.
2 POWER OFF button
Turns off the monitor (on standby).
3 INPUT SELECT buttons (see page 10)
Select the input.
4 Number buttons
5 MENU/EXIT button (see page 12)
• Displays the main menu.
• Exits the menu operation.
6 5∞2 3 buttons (see page 12)
Selects or adjusts the items on the menu.
OK button (see pages 11, 17)
Confirm the numbers entered.
7 ID buttons (see page 11)
Activates/deactivates the ID control of the monitor.
8 DISPLAY button (see page 11)
Displays the information of the current input.
9 ASPECT button (see page 10)
Changes the aspect ratio.
p SET-UP button (see page 12)
Displays the set-up menu.
q PICTURE button (see page 11)
Changes the picture mode.
w DUAL DISPLAY buttons (see page 11)
Activates/deactivates display using dual-monitor.
e CLEAR button (see page 17)
Cancels the numbers entered.
r VOLUME +/– buttons
Adjusts the volume level.
t Muting button (see page 10)
Turns off the volume immediately.
• See page 28 for checking the accessory included with the monitor.
Monitor
Front panel
1
4
2
5
3
6
7
8
9
1 Remote sensor
Aim the remote control toward the sensor.
2 Self-diagnostic lamps (see page 27)
Light or flash when a malfunction occurs on the
monitor.
3 Power lamp
Off: main power is turned off.
Green: power is on.
Orange: power is off (on standby).
4 SET-UP MENU button (see page 15)
Displays the set-up menu.
5 5∞2 3 buttons (see page 12)
Selects or adjusts the items on the menu.
6 MENU button (see page 12)
• Displays the main menu.
• Exits the menu operation.
7 INPUT SELECT buttons (see page 10)
Selects the input.
button (see page 10)
8
Turns on/off the monitor.
9 VOLUME +/– buttons (see page 10)
Adjusts the volume level.
p POWER (main power) switch
| : Main power on (You can turn on/off the monitor
by using
button on the monitor or POWER
ON/OFF buttons on the remote control.)
‡: Main power off
The illustration of the monitor used for explanation
in this manual is of GM-F470S.
Inserting the batteries
Use two AA/R6 dry cell batteries.
Insert the batteries from the · end, making sure the ª and · polarities are
correct.
• Follow the warnings printed on the batteries.
• Battery life is about six months to one year, depending on how much you use
the remote control.
• The batteries we supply are only for setting up and testing your monitor,
please replace them as soon as you need to.
• If the remote control does not work properly, replace the batteries.
p
Rear panel
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Connections
To bind the cables (example):
Select the most appropriate terminal referring to the illustration below and the tables on page 7 when
connecting equipment to the terminals A - J .
Insert the end of the cramp
into the hole pointed with
3.
CAUTION
• Before making any connections, turn off all the equipment.
• DO NOT connect the power cord until all connections are completed.
• Refer also to the user manual of each piece of equipment.
• Do not short-circuit 9 and ( speaker cords to each other. (Refer also to the instructions supplied with the
speakers.)
Cord cramp (supplied)
An external unit can be installed here.
Consult your dealer for more information.
A
B
DVI-D
(HDCP)
C
Attaching the power cord holder
The provided power cord holder prevents accidental disconnection of the
AC power cord from the AC IN terminal.
• The power cord holder consists of two parts, a case and a cover.
1
AC IN terminal
RGB IN
RGB OUT
VIDEO IN
Push the tab to detach the
cramp.
2
Cover
F
VIDEO OUT
Case
G
3
D
AUDIO 1 IN
AUDIO 1 OUT
AUDIO 2 IN
E
AUDIO 2 OUT
J
AC OUT
H
I
RS-232C
AC IN
SENSOR
CAUTION
• Use only the provided screws.
• Make sure the plug will not be pulled out after the cover is attached to
the case.
EXT. SPEAKER
OUT
RS-485
MAKE/TRIG. (IN ONLY)
LAN
External control equipment
For details, see page 20.
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Power supply for an external unit
(Max. 2A). Consult your dealer
for more information.
To detach the cover
To wall outlet
Motion sensor (see page 18)
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• See page 8 and 9 for the available signal formats and the pin assignment of the DVI-D and D-sub
15-pin terminals.
Video input terminals
Input terminals on the monitor
Output terminals on external
equipment
Connecting cables
A
DVI
DVI-D
(HDCP) IN
DVI cable
DVI output
B
RGB
RGB IN
D-sub 15-pin cable
RGB output
C
VIDEO
VIDEO IN
BNC cable
Video output
Input terminals on the monitor
Connecting cables
Notes
Compatible with HDCP. When the picture is not displayed correctly, change the setting of
“DVI MODE” (see page 13).
Since the IN terminal and OUT terminal are loop-through terminals, the devices
connected to the OUT terminal should be correctly terminated. Otherwise, pictures
become abnormally bright or the display screen gets affected abnormally.
Audio input terminals
D
E
AUDIO 1
AUDIO 1 IN
AUDIO 2
Output terminals on external
equipment
Audio output
(pin jack)
Audio cable
AUDIO 2 IN
Audio output
(stereo mini jack)
Stereo mini plug cable
Notes
Set “AUDIO ASSIGN” according to your connection (see page 13).
Use the AUDIO IN L/MONO terminal for monaural audio signals.
Video output terminals
Output terminals on the
monitor
Connecting cables
Input terminals on external
equipment
Notes
Buffer output is used for RGB signal.
F
RGB OUT
D-sub 15-pin cable
RGB input
G
VIDEO OUT
BNC cable
Video input
Since the IN terminal and OUT terminal are loop-through terminals, the devices connected to the OUT
terminal should be correctly terminated. Otherwise, pictures become abnormally bright or the display
screen gets affected abnormally.
Audio output terminals
Output terminals on the
monitor
H
AUDIO 1 OUT
Connecting cables
Input terminals on external
equipment
Audio cable
Audio input
(pin jack)
Stereo mini plug cable
Audio input
(stereo mini jack)
Notes
The IN terminal and OUT terminal are loop-through terminals.
I
AUDIO 2 OUT
J
EXT.
SPEAKER
OUT
Speaker cord
Speaker terminal
When using the external speakers, set “SPEAKER SELECT” on the main menu to “EXT (external)” (see
page 13).
Use the speakers with the following specification:
Impedance: Between 6 Ω and 8 Ω
Power handling capacity: More than 7 W
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Connections (cont.)
Available signals
The following signals can be input to this monitor.
Video signals
√ : Acceptable / —: Not acceptable
Signal name
Frequency
Input terminal
Horizontal (kHz)
Vertical (Hz)
VIDEO
RGB
DVI-D
15.734
15.734
15.625
15.625
15.625
15.734
15.625
15.734
15.625
15.734
15.625
31.489
31.250
31.469
31.469
22.478
33.716
28.125
67.433
56.250
59.94
59.94
50.00
50.00
50.00
59.94
50.00
59.94
50.00
59.94
50.00
59.94
50.00
59.94
59.94
29.97
59.94
50.00
59.94
50.00
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
√
√
—
—
√
√
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
%
%
%
%
%
√
√
%
%
√
√
NTSC 3.58
PAL-M
PAL
PAL-N
SECAM
BW/60
BW/50
480/60i
576/50i
480/60i (pixel repetition)
576/50i (pixel repetition)
480/60p
576/60p
640*480/60p
720/60p
720/50p
1080/60i
1080/50i
1080/60p
1080/50p
—
—
—
√
√
√
√
Notes
This signal may not be displayed when input from a computer or some devices.
This signal may not be displayed when input from a computer or some devices.
• Signals in 1080/60p or 1080/50p coming through the analog RGB terminal may not be displayed properly due to their synchronization signal.
Specifications of the DVI-D (HDCP) terminal
Pin No.
Signal name
1
T.M.D.S Data 2–
2
3
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4
5
T.M.D.S Data 2+
T.M.D.S Data 2/4
shield
NC
NC
6
7
8
DDC Clock
DDC Data
NC
Pin No.
Signal name
9
T.M.D.S Data 1–
10
11
Specifications of the RGB IN terminal
Pin No.
Signal name
17
T.M.D.S Data 0–
18
19
12
13
T.M.D.S Data 1+
T.M.D.S Data 1/3
shield
NC
NC
20
21
T.M.D.S Data 0+
T.M.D.S Data 0/5
shield
NC
NC
14
15
16
+5 V Power
GND
Hot Plug Detect
22
23
24
T.M.D.S Clock shield
T.M.D.S Clock+
T.M.D.S Clock–
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Signal name
Red
Green
Blue
—
GND
GND
GND
GND
Pin No.
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
External
Signal name
+5 V
GND
GND
DDC Data
HD
VD
DDC Clock
GND
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Computer signals
• When analog RGB signals are input, part of the picture may not be displayed or an unnecessary picture may appear in the following cases. If this happens, apply “AUTO ADJUST” or adjust “SIZE” and
“POSITION” in the “SIZE SETTING” menu (see page 13).
– When a signal other than those listed below is input
– When the horizontal/vertical frequency of the signal is different though its resolution is the same as that of the signals listed below
– When the resolution of the signal output from the personal computer is different from that set for the personal computer’s display.
• Any signal other than those listed below may not be displayed normally although it’s frequency is within the acceptable range.
• Depending on the connected equipment, the monitor may not be compatible with G on sync signals.
• When a preset mode signal is input, the signal format is displayed on the screen.
• The sub window in the Dual Display mode (see page 11) is not compatible with G on sync signals.
√ : Acceptable / —: Not acceptable
Screen resolution
Signal name
640*400@56Hz (VGA400/56)
640*400@70Hz (VGA400/70)
640*480@60Hz (VGA/60)
640*480@72Hz (VGA/72)
852*480@60Hz (WideVGA/60)
800*600@60Hz (SVGA/60)
1024*768@60Hz (XGA/60)
1024*768@70Hz (XGA/70)
1024*768@75Hz (XGA/75)
1024*768@85Hz (XGA/85)
1280*720@60Hz (WideXGA/60)
1280*768@60Hz (WideXGA/60)
1360*768@60Hz (WideXGA/60)
1366*768@60Hz (WideXGA/60)
1152*864@75Hz (XGA+/75)
1280*1024@60Hz (SXGA/60)
1400*1050@60Hz (SXGA+/60-A)
1400*1050@60Hz (SXGA+/60-B)
1600*1200@60Hz (UXGA/60)
Horizontal
640
640
480
640
852
800
1024
1024
1024
1024
1280
1280
1360
1366
1152
1280
1400
1400
1600
Vertical
400
400
640
480
480
600
768
768
768
768
720
768
768
768
864
1024
1050
1050
1200
Frequency
Input terminal
Horizontal (kHz)
Vertical (Hz)
RGB
DVI-D
24.823
31.475
59.94
37.861
31.469
37.879
48.363
56.476
60.023
68.667
44.820
47.760
47.712
48.363
67.500
63.981
63.981
65.220
75.000
56.42
70.10
31.469
72.81
59.94
60.32
60.00
70.07
75.03
85.00
60.00
60.00
60.02
60.00
75.00
60.02
60.02
60.00
60.00
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
—
—
√
—
√
√
√
—
—
—
√
√
√
√
—
√
√
√
√
Notes
Set “WIDE XGA” to “1280” on the main menu (see page 13).
Set “WIDE XGA” to “1366” on the main menu (see page 13).
Set “SXGA/SXGA+” to “SXGA” on the main menu (see page 13).
Set “SXGA/SXGA+” to “SXGA+” on the main menu (see page 13).
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Daily Operations
Turning on the main power
On the top of
the rear panel
• When the Control Lock is set to “ON” (see page 16), you cannot use the buttons on the main
unit.
• When the Security Lock is set to “ON” (see page 17), a password entry screen of the
set-up menu appears at turning on the power. Enter the correct password before starting
operations.
| : Main power on
‡: Main power off
On the bottom of the rear panel
Changing the aspect ratio
Each time you press the button, the aspect ratio changes as follows:
REGULAR
Displays at conventional 4:3 aspect ratio.
Turning on the monitor
• To turn off the monitor,
press POWER OFF.
On the main unit:
Each time you press the button, the power turns on
and off.
Selecting an
input
Remote sensor
FULL
Enlarges the picture of 4:3 aspect ratio horizontally.
• For the picture of 16:9 aspect ratio, the aspect ratio is not changed.
ZOOM
Enlarges the picture of 4:3 aspect ratio vertically and horizontally at the same
ratio.
PANORAMIC
Enlarges the picture of 4:3 aspect ratio horizontally to the extent that the
picture does not look abnormal.
On the main unit:
Each time you press the button, the input
changes.
Adjusting the volume
On the main unit:
REAL DOT
Displays the original picture input at the center without zooming.
This item is not available when UXGA (1600x1200) signal is input.
NOTE
• For some signals, the aspect ratio cannot be changed or some modes cannot be selected.
• While the Multi Display is in use (see page 14), the aspect ratio is fixed to “FULL.”
• While the Dual Display is in use (see page 11), the aspect ratio other than “REGULAR” is changed
and fixed to “FULL”, and remains “FULL” even after you turn off the Dual Display.
• The aspect ratio can also be changed on the main menu (see “SIZE SETTING” on page 13).
To turn off the volume immediately:
• Pressing the button again resumes the
previous volume level.
• Muting can also be activated on the main
Remote
menu (see “AUDIO SETTING” on page 13).
control only
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Displaying the current status
Controlling only the monitor with
specified ID
The information of the current input is displayed.
Current input
Input signal format
When using several monitors at once, you can control only a
desired monitor by specifying its ID.
• To assign the ID, see “ID” on page 15.
DVI
1400 x 1050A 60Hz
NOTE
• When no signal is input, “NO SYNC” appears. When a signal this monitor does not
support is input, “Out of range” appears.
• When “STATUS DISPLAY” on the set-up menu is set to “AUTO” (see page 15), the
status is also displayed in the following cases:
– When you turn on the monitor
– When you change inputs
– When you change signal types.
To select the ID of the monitor to control
1 Press ID ON.
ID of each monitor is displayed.
ID : 01
2 Press number buttons to enter the desired ID.
3 Press OK.
Now you can control only the monitor with the ID you have specified.
To control a monitor with another ID, cancel the ID control, then perform the
procedure above.
To cancel the ID control, press ID OFF.
Activating the Dual Display
You can view two Inputs at the same time—Dual
Display.
PIP (Picture In Picture) mode
Main window
PBP (Picture By Picture) mode
Main window
Selecting the picture mode
Sub window
Sub window
• Each time you press the buttons, the Dual Display turns on or off.
• When the Dual Display is activated, the current input is displayed on the main
window. Select the input for the sub window* on “DUAL DISPLAY” of “FUNCTION
SETTING” (see page 14).
• The audio signals for the main window are emitted from the speaker.
• To turn off the Dual Display, press the same button again.
* You cannot select the same input as that of the main window and DVI input for the
sub window.
Each time you press the button, the picture mode changes.
DYNAMIC: Suitable for displaying documents for presentation.
NORMAL: Displays the original picture.
USER:
You can adjust picture quality as you like (see “PICTURE SETTING” on
page 13).
NOTE
• The picture mode is stored for each input.
• You can adjust the picture quality, such as brightness, for each picture mode. The
setting you have made is stored (see “PICTURE SETTING” on page 13).
• When the Multi Display (see page 14) or the Dual Display (see the left) is in use,
the picture mode cannot be changed.
NOTE
• Use the main menu to adjust position and/or size of the sub window (see “DUAL
DISPLAY” on page 14).
• Signals in 480/60i or 576/50i cannot be displayed in the sub window of the Dual
Display.
• When using the Dual Display, signals in some formats may be displayed in an
aspect different from their original.
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Menu Operation
On the main menu and set-up menu, you can make various adjustments, such as picture quality.
• For the configuration of the main menu and a detailed description of each item, see page 13.
• For the configuration of the set-up menu and a detailed description of each item, see page 15.
• Functions not available for the current input signal cannot be selected.
• The main menu and set-up menu disappear automatically in about 30 seconds after the last operation.
2
Select an item by pressing 5 ∞ , then press 3.
The sub menu appears.
Ex.: When “PICTURE SETTING” in the main menu is selected
Selected menu item
MAIN MENU
PICTURE SETTING
From the remote control
On the monitor
SIZE SETTING
SIGNAL SETTING
Works in the same
way as SET-UP on the
remote control.
Works in the same way
as MENU/EXIT on the
remote control.
AUDIO SETTING
FUNCTION SETTING
MOTION SENSOR
PICTURE MODE: NORMAL
DYNAMIC
CONTRAST
: +01
NORMAL
BRIGHT
: +15
USER
CHROMA
: +02
PHASE
: +01
SHARPNESS : +02
BACK LIGHT
Setting values
Sub menu
: +04
COLOR TEMP. : HIGH
CTI/LTI
:1
reset
LANGUAGE:ENGLISH
Operation guide
Shows the buttons for each
operation.
SELECT : 5 ∞ ADJUST : 2 3 EXIT : MENU
3
Select an item in the sub menu by pressing 5 ∞, then press 2 3 to adjust it.
When appearing the indication below on the bottom of the screen, press 2 3 to adjust the item. Pressing
5 ∞ changes the item to adjust.
Items selectable with 5 ∞
Adjustment bar
When appearing the message below, press 3 to confirm the adjustment. Press 5 ∞ to cancel it.
• You can return to the previous menu by pressing MENU/EXIT.
1
Display the menu.
4
Exit from the menu operation by pressing MENU/EXIT repeatedly.
To display the main menu, press MENU/EXIT.
To display the set-up menu, press SET-UP.
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Menu Configuration—MAIN MENU
PICTURE SETTING
Item
PICTURE MODE
CONTRAST
BRIGHT
CHROMA
PHASE
SHARPNESS
BACK LIGHT
COLOR TEMP.
CTI/LTI
reset
SIGNAL SETTING
To do
Setting value
Select a picture mode (see “Selecting the picture mode” DYNAMIC, NORMAL, USER
on page 11).
Adjust contrast of the picture.
–20 += 00 += +20
Adjust the brightness of the picture.
–20 += 00 += +20
–20 += 00 += +20
Adjust the color density of the picture.
Adjust the color phase.
–20 += 00 += +20
Adjust the outlines of the picture.
–20 += 00 += +20
Adjust the brightness of the backlight.
–20 += 00 += +20
Select the color temperature.
HIGH, MID, LOW, USER
Adjust the clearness of the picture when VIDEO is
OFF, 1(clear), 2(clearer)
selected for the input.
Restore the default setting for all the items in “PICTURE SETTING.”
• The “PICTURE MODE” setting will not be reset.
• The Picture mode is stored for each input. In addition, you can adjust other items in “PICTURE SETTING”
for each picture mode and the setting values are stored.
• “CHROMA” is not available for the following input signals:
– RGB, BW (50 Hz/60 Hz)
• “PHASE” is not available for the following input signals:
– RGB, PAL, SECAM, BW (50 Hz/60 Hz)
• You can make the detailed settings of the color temperature using the set-up menu (see “COLOR TEMP.” on
page 15).
SIZE SETTING
Item
AUTO ADJUST
H SIZE
H POSITION
V SIZE
V POSITION
DOT CLOCK
CLOCK PHASE
ASPECT
reset
To do
Setting value
Adjust pictures of analog RGB signals automatically. Perform this adjustment when a
picture from analog RGB signals is not properly positioned.
Adjust the horizontal picture size.
Adjust the horizontal picture position.
Adjustable range changes
automatically.
Adjust the vertical picture size.
Adjust the vertical picture position.
Adjust to eliminate stripes or flickering when analog
Adjustable range changes
RGB signals are being input from a computer. Use with
automatically.
“CLOCK PHASE.”
Adjust to eliminate stripes or flickering when analog
–40 += 00 += +40
RGB signals are being input from a computer. Use with
“DOT CLOCK.”
Select the aspect ratio (see “Changing the aspect ratio” REGULAR, FULL, ZOOM,
on page 10).
PANORAMIC, REAL DOT
Restore the default setting for all the items in “SIZE SETTING.”
• During the size and position adjustments, the picture may be distorted but this is not a malfunction.
• Size and position settings limit each other and if one is set to a higher setting value, the other’s adjustable
range may be reduced.
• For the computer signals input to the DVI-D terminal, “DOT CLOCK” and “CLOCK PHASE” are automatically
adjusted.
• “AUTO ADJUST” may not function properly for pictures with a dark area around it.
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Item
DVI MODE
STD/WIDE
WIDE XGA
SXGA/SXGA+
I/P MODE
reset
To do
Setting value
When “AUTO” is selected, the format of signals come
AUTO, VIDEO, PC
in to the DVI-D (HDCP) terminal is automatically
recognized. (Normally, select “AUTO.”)
• Select “VIDEO” or “PC” when the picture is not
displayed correctly with “AUTO.”
Select “STD” when VGA60 or XGA60 signal is input
STD, WIDE
through the RGB IN terminal, and “WIDE” when
WVGA60 or WXGA60 signal is input through the RGB
IN terminal. (This item does not affect other signals.)
Select the format of analog Wide XGA signal. (Select
1366, 1280
“1366” when the aspect ratio is 1366 x 768 or 1360 x
768.)
Select “SXGA” when SXGA60 signal is input through
SXGA, SXGA+
the RGB IN terminal, and “SXGA+” when SXGA+60 or
SXGA+60* signal is input through the RGB IN terminal.
(This item does not affect other signals.)
Select a proper mode corresponding to the input
MODE1, MODE2, MODE3
picture.
Restore the default setting for all the items in “SIGNAL SETTING.”
AUDIO SETTING
Item
SPEAKER
SELECT
AUDIO ASSIGN
VIDEO
RGB
DVI
MUTING
reset
To do
Select the speakers you want to use.
Setting value
INT. (Internal speakers),
EXT. (External speakers)
Select the audio input (AUDIO IN 1 or AUDIO IN 2 terminal) assigned to each video
input.
Select the audio input while VIDEO is selected for the
AUDIO1, AUDIO2, OFF (no
input.
sound)
Select the audio input while RGB is selected for the
input.
Select the audio input while DVI is selected for the
input.
Turn the volume on or off.
ON, OFF
Restore the default setting for all the items in “AUDIO SETTING.”
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Menu Configuration—MAIN MENU (cont.)
FUNCTION SETTING
Item
COLOR SYSTEM
MULTI DISPLAY
MULTI SIZE
To do
Select the color system. When you cannot view pictures
correctly with “AUTO,” select an appropriate option according
to the current input.
Set the multiple monitor usage—Multi Display.
• See also “Example of the Multi Display setting” below.
Turn on/off the Multi Display. Select the number and layout
(horizontal * vertical) of the monitors to use.
Example of the Multi Display setting
When “MULTI SIZE” is set to “2*2” and ”MULTI POSI.” is set
to “2.”
This monitor
1
2
3
4
Setting value
AUTO, NTSC, PAL,
SECAM, PAL M,
PAL N
OFF
2*2
3*3
4*4
5*5
1*2
1*3
1*4
1*5
2*1
3*1
4*1
5*1
When “MULTI SIZE” is set to “4*4” and ”MULTI POSI.” is set
to “10.”
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
Item
DUAL DISPLAY
MODE
MAIN WINDOW
SUB. WINDOW
SIZE
H POSITION/
V POSITION
SPLIT LINE
reset
ECO SENSOR
reset
To do
Setting value
Set the Dual Display (see “Activating the Dual Display” on page 11).
Select the Dual Display mode.
OFF, PIP, PBP
Select the input for the main window.
VIDEO, RGB, DVI
Select the input for the sub window.
VIDEO, RGB
Adjust the size of the sub window (only for PIP mode).
SMALL-2, SMALL-1,
LARGE-1, LARGE-2
Adjust the horizontal and vertical position of the sub window
–20 += 00 += +20
(only for PIP mode).
Adjust the position of the border between the main window
1 += 5
and sub window (only for PBP mode).
Restore the default setting for “DUAL DISPLAY.”
Set the eco sensor which enables you to adjust the
ON, OFF
brightness of the screen automatically according to the
brightness of the room.
Restore the default setting for the items in “FUNCTION SETTING.”
• The Multi Display and Dual Display cannot be used at the same time.
• You cannot select the same input for both main window and sub window of the Dual Display.
MOTION SENSOR
Specifies the operation of the monitor when the motion sensor (supplied) detects the motion of human around
the monitor.
• For details about the motion sensor and its setting, see page 18.
LANGUAGE
13
MULTI POSI.
SEAMLESS
reset
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Selects the language for the main menu, set-up menu, and messages displayed on the monitor.
Setting value: ENGLISH, DEUTSCH, FRANÇAIS, ESPAÑOL, ITALIANO, РУССКИЙ
This
monitor
Set the position of this monitor when the Multi Display is in
use.
Hide the marginal areas of the pictures on the monitors to
make the whole image looks seamless.
Restore the default setting for “MULTI DISPLAY.”
1 += 25
ON, OFF
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Menu Configuration—SET-UP MENU
INFORMATION
COLOR TEMP.
Item
COLOR TEMP.
R DRIVE, G DRIVE,
B DRIVE
R CUT OFF, G CUT
OFF, B CUT OFF
reset
To do
Display the color temperature.
Adjust the drive level of each color (red, green, and blue).
Setting value
MIN += 000 += MAX
(in 256 grades)
Adjust the cut-off point of each color (red, green, and
MIN += 000 += MAX
blue).
(in 256 grades)
Restore the default setting for all the items in “COLOR TEMP.”
• Adjust the color temperature after selecting color temperature (HIGH, MID, LOW, or USER) on the main
menu (see “PICTURE SETTING” on page 13).
Item
STATUS DISPLAY
To do
Setting value
Set if you want the information of the current input to
AUTO, OFF
be displayed on the screen (see “Displaying the current
status” on page 11).
SUB HOUR METER Display the hours of current use (unit: hour). You can reset only this item by pressing
3.
reset
Restore the default setting for “STATUS DISPLAY” and “SUB HOUR METER.”
MODEL
Display the model name and version of the monitor. This item is used for
maintenance of the monitor.
VERSION
HOUR METER
SYNC FUNCTION
Item
NO SYNC ACTION
To do
Select the screen color or the screen status applied when
no signal is coming in.
DELAY TIME
Set the time to change the screen color/screen status
set in “NO SYNC ACTION” above after signal-incoming
stopped.
Restore the default setting for all the items in “SYNC FUNCTION.”
reset
Setting value
OFF, GRAY BACK (gray
screen), POWER SAVE
(power save), RED,
GREEN, BLUE
30sec., 5min., 15min.
Display the total hours of use (unit: hour). This item is used for maintenance of the
monitor. This item cannot be reset.
SECURITY LOCK
Item
SECURITY LOCK
PASS ID SETTING
To do
Activate/deactivate the Security Lock.
Set the password for the Security Lock.
Setting value
ON, OFF
4 numbers
• For details about the Security Lock, see page 17.
• While the Dual Display is activated, the Sync Function works only for the main window.
REMOTE SYSTEM
Item
ID
REMOTE IN SEL.
To do
Assign the ID to the monitor.
Select the input terminal used for external control.
CNT. RJ45 OUT
Select the external control method for RS-485 OUT
terminal.
Select the external control method for RS-485 IN terminal. RS485, MAKE, TRIG.,
SET
Assign the control function to the RS-485 IN terminal’s
– – – (no function),
pins (1 to 5) when selecting “SET” in “CNT. RJ45 IN”
VIDEO, RGB, DVI,
above.
POWER, ASPECT,
MUTING, PIP, PBP
Restore the default setting for all the items in “REMOTE SYSTEM.”
CNT. RJ45 IN
PORT F1 – PORT
F5
reset
Setting value
01 += 25
D-sub9 (RS-232C input),
RJ-45 (RS-485 input/
output), LAN (Ethernet
terminal)
RS485, IR OUT
• For details about external control, see pages 20 to 25.
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Menu Configuration—SET-UP MENU (cont.)
SCHEDULER
Item
PRESENT TIME
PROGRAM SET
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
reset
POWER ON DELAY
To do
Adjust the clock.
• For the setting procedure, see page 17.
Setting value
Set the Power-on/off Timer for each day.
• For the setting procedure, see page 17.
SYNC TERM.
Sets the resistance of sync signal of the RGB IN terminal. Normally, select “HIGH”. If you see pictures
flickering or blurring on the screen because of a long connecting cord, set this to “LOW”.
Setting value: HIGH, LOW
Restore the default setting for “SCHEDULER.”
COOLING MODE
NETWORK SETTING
Item
MAC ADDRESS
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
DEFAULT
GATEWAY
DNS SERVER
reset
Sets the time till the power supply to the monitor’s circuits starts after the power button (POWER ON button
on the remote control or
button on the main unit) is pressed.
If you are going to turn several monitors on at the same time, it is recommended to apply different values to
the monitors to control rush current.
Setting value: 0 – 25
• The delay time is about 5 seconds under the setting “25”.
To do
Display the MAC address of the monitor.
Setting value
Sets the speed of the internal cooling fans. When installing the monitor vertically, select “HIGH.”
Setting value: LOW, HIGH
• Fan A stops when “LOW” is selected.
• Fan B is always in operation while the power is on.
Make the network setting to control the monitor from the computer in the local area
network.
• For details, see page 23.
Fan A (only on GM-F520S)
Fan A
Restore the default setting for all the items in “NETWORK SETTING.”
CONTROL LOCK
Activates/deactivates the Control Lock. When this function is activated, you cannot operate the monitor with
the buttons on the main unit.
Setting value: OFF, ON
• You can use the remote control and external control while the control lock is set. To release the lock, use
the remote control or the SET-UP MENU button on the main unit.
reset
REFRESH
Item
PIXEL SHIFT
COLOR
REVERSE
reset
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Fan B
Restores the default setting for all the items in the set-up menu.
To do
Move picture displayed on the monitor in certain period.
Reverse color of the picture displayed on the monitor.
Restore the default setting for all the items in “REFRESH.”
Setting value
OFF, ON
OFF, ON
all reset
Restores the default setting for all the items in the main menu and set-up menu (except for “LANGUAGE,”
“HOUR METER,” “SECURITY LOCK,” and “PASS ID SETTING”).
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Setting the Security Lock
Using the timer
When the Security Lock is set to “ON”, a password entry screen of the set-up menu appears at at turning on
the power. Enter the correct password before starting operations.
• Without entering the correct password, you cannot perform any operations except for entering the password
and turning off the monitor.
Setting the clock
Set the clock before using the Power-on/off Timer
(see below).
1
To enter a password
• To enter a number: press a numerical button.
• To move to the next/previous digit: press 3/2.
• To delete a number: press CLEAR.
• To confirm the entry: press OK.
2
Day
Select “PRESENT TIME” on the
SCHEDULER sub menu of the set-up
menu.
SCHEDULER
PRESENT TIME: SUNDAY 12:05
1
Select “SECURITY LOCK (: OFF)” on
the SECURITY LOCK sub menu of
the set-up menu.
SECURITY LOCK
SECURITY LOCK: OFF
NETWORK SETTING
To deactivate the Security Lock
1 Select “SECURITY LOCK (: ON)” on the
SECURITY LOCK sub menu of the set-up
menu.
2 Press 3.
The password entering screen appears.
3 Enter the password.
The Security Lock is set to “OFF.”
2
reset
Press 3.
The password entering screen appears.
• When shipped from the factory, the password is
set to “0000.” To change the password, see the
right.
ENTER PASS ID
3
Enter the password.
The Security Lock is set to “ON.”
• If the Power-on Timer (see the right) is
activated, the monitor turns on at the specified
power-on time without the password.
DO NOT forget the password!
If you forget the password, consult your dealer.
To change the password
1 Select “PASS ID SETTING” on the SECURITY
LOCK sub menu of the set-up menu.
2 Press 3.
The password entering screen appears.
3 Enter the current password.
4 Enter a new password.
5 Press OK.
The cursor moves to the second line.
6 Enter the new password again for
confirmation, then press OK.
• If the password is different from the one entered
in step 4, “PASS ID NG!” appears and the
SECURITY LOCK sub menu is displayed. In this
case, repeat from step 2.
To finish the procedure, press MENU/EXIT
repeatedly.
OFF TIME
OFF 00 : 00
3
Press 2 3 to select the item (day,
hour, minute) to adjust.
4
Press 5∞ to adjust.
To finish the procedure, press MENU/EXIT
repeatedly.
Setting the Power-on/off Timer
You can set the time to turn on/off the monitor for
each day of the week.
• To use the Power-on/off Timer, you need to set the
clock.
1
Select “PROGRAM SET” on the
SCHEDULER sub menu of the set-up
menu.
SCHEDULER
CHECK
MONDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
TUESDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
WEDNESDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
THURSDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
FRIDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
SATURDAY
ON 00 : 00
/
OFF 00 : 00
On-time
The clock setting screen appears.
PASS ID SETTING
2
SUNDAY
Press 3.
PRESENT TIME
DAY
TIME
SUNDAY
03 : 57
√ : Activated / (blank): Deactivated
PROGRAM SET
ON TIME
ON 00 : 00
/
DAY
PROGRAM SET
To activate the Security Lock
Press 3.
Off-time
3
Press 5∞ to select the day, then
press 3.
4
Press 5∞ to activate/deactivate the
timer.
5
6
Press 3.
7
Press 5∞ to adjust the hour for ontime.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to adjust the
minute for on-time, then hour and
minute for off-time.
• To set the timer for another day, press MENU/
EXIT to highlight the day, then repeat steps 3 to
7.
To finish the procedure, press MENU/EXIT
repeatedly.
PRESENT TIME: SUNDAY 12:05
PROGRAM SET
NETWORK SETTING
reset
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Using the Motion Sensor
Outline of the motion sensor
Installation and connection
By connecting the supplied motion sensor, you can set the monitor to perform the specified operation when
the sensor detects the motion of human around the monitor. The status of the monitor returns automatically to
that before detecting human if the sensor does not detect any motion for a certain period of time.
The sensor is the pyroelectric infrared-ray-detection type.
The motion sensor can be attached to either of 24 screw holes on the main unit (5 screw holes on the top and
bottom, and 7 on the right and left side). Choose an appropriate position according to the installation place of
the monitor. The cable length of the sensor is about 1.5m (5 feet).
Operations controlled by the motion sensor
(1) Turning the monitor on/off
When the sensor detects the motion of human around the monitor, the
monitor turns on.
(2) Changing the volume level
When the sensor detects the motion of human around the volume level
changes to the specified level.
(3) Changing the input
When the sensor detects the motion of human around the monitor, the
input changes.
(4) Switching the main display
and sub display for Dual
Display
When the sensor detects the motion of human around the monitor with
the Dual Display activated, the main display and sub display switch.
(5) Changing the backlight
brightness
When the sensor detects the motion of human around the brightness
level changes to the specified level.
CAUTION
• Firmly attach the sensor to prevent the sensor from falling.
GM-F470S/GM-F420S
GM-F520S
Example: When the setting (4) above is activated...
Not available when the monitor is
installed using the supplied stand.
Displaying A on the main
window and B on the sub
A and B switches after
detection.
Detection range of the sensor
about
5m
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about 80°
about 100°
NOTE
• The detection area above is reference. The
actual detection range may differ depending
on temperature, size of the moving human,
color of cloth, moving speed and direction, etc.
• The sensor can detects only a moving human
in the detection area.
• The sensor detects the motion of a human
more sensitive if the human is close to the
motion sensor.
• Do not touch the light-receiving part of the
sensor directly. It may reduce its sensitivity.
• Glass between the sensor and human much
reduces the sensitivity.
The bottom and the right side have screw holes at the same positions
as those on the top and the right side, respectively.
Cord cramp (supplied)
Double-sided adhesive
tape
Stick the supplied cord cramp on the
back of the main unit and lace the
sensor cable through the cramp.
Angle of the sensor
You can adjust the vertical angle of the motion sensor.
Change the screw holes on the sides of the sensor to upper
ones and adjust the angle.
Change the screw holes to upper ones.
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Setting
Make the settings for the motion sensor on “MOTION SENSOR” of the main menu.
• For the menu operation procedure, see page 12.
<MAIN MENU>
PICTURE SETTING
SIZE SETTING
SIGNAL SETTING
AUTO POWER : OFF
ON
VOLUME
: ON
OFF
VALUE
: +20
INPUT SELECT: OFF
INPUT
AUDIO SETTING
: DVI
SWAP DISPLAY: OFF
FUNCTION SETTING
MOTION SENSOR
BACK LIGHT
VALUE
: ON
: +10
SUSTAIN TIME : 40min.
NOTE
• While the function is controlled by the motion sensor, only the external control by the MAKE system can
control that function. You cannot use other external control and the buttons on the remote control and the
monitor.
• The status of the monitor returns automatically to that before detecting human as the time set on “SUSTAIN
TIME” passed without another detection. The monitor turns off when “AUTO POWER” is “ON”.
• When “SUSTAIN TIME” is set to “0 min.”, the main unit takes the actions set for about 1 second. You can use
the setting for checking the operations and detection area of the motion sensor.
If you set “SUSTAIN TIME” to “0 min.” while “AUTO POWER” is set to “ON”, the monitor repeatedly
turns on and off, making further menu operations impossible. In this case, unplug the motion sensor
from the monitor, open the menu, and change the setting of “AUTO POWER” to “OFF”.
• When you want to check the function of the motion sensor by setting “SUSTAIN TIME” to “0 min.”, it is
recommended to select “ON” only for “VOLUME” or “BACK LIGHT”.
The information from the motion sensor can be used on the external control equipment connected
through the RS-232C terminal to control the main unit.
reset
LANGUAGE:ENGLISH
Set all “MOTION SENSOR” settings to “OFF” when processing the information from the sensor on the
external control equipment. Consult your dealer for more information.
SELECT : 5 ∞ ADJUST : 2 3 EXIT : MENU
Item
AUTO POWER
VOLUME
VALUE
INPUT SELECT
INPUT
SWAP DISPLAY
BACK LIGHT
VALUE
SUSTAIN TIME
reset
To do
Setting value
To turn on the monitor when the motion sensor detects the
ON, OFF
motion of human, select “ON.” The monitor automatically
turns off when the sensor detect no human motion for a
certain period of time.
To change the volume level when the motion sensor detects
ON, OFF
the motion of human, select “ON.”
Adjust the volume level when “VOLUME” above is “ON.”
00 += 30
To change the input when the motion sensor detects the
ON, OFF
motion of human, select “ON.”
Select the input when “INPUT SELECT” above is “ON.”
VIDEO, RGB, DVI
To switch the main display and sub display of the Dual
ON, OFF
Display when the motion sensor detects the motion of
human, select “ON.”
To change the brightness of the back light when the motion
ON, OFF
sensor detects the motion of human, select “ON.”
Adjusts the brightness level when “BACK LIGHT” above is
–20 += +20
“ON.”
Set the duration of the status set above when human is
0 min. += 60 min.
detected.
Restore the default setting for the items in “MOTION SENSOR.”
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20
How to Use External Control
About the external control
This monitor has the following external control terminals:
• RS-232C terminal: Controls the monitor by external control equipment (a personal computer or a dedicated
controller) (see “Using the serial communication” on page 21).
• RS-485 terminals: The following external control systems are available.
(1) Serial communication: Controls the monitor by external control equipment (a personal computer or a
dedicated controller) (see page 21).
(2) IR OUT system: Controls other equipment through the monitor by using the remote control supplied
with the equipment.
(3) MAKE (make contact system): Controls the function by short-circuiting the corresponding pin terminal
to the GND pin terminal, or disconnecting (opening) it (see page 22).
(4) TRIG. (trigger system): Controls the function by inputting the pulse signal instantaneously to the
corresponding pin terminal (see page 22).
• LAN terminal (10BASE-T): Controls the monitor from a PC in the network through the web browser (see
“Using the LAN system” on page 23).
<IR OUT system>
Control signals from the remote control of external equipment are sent out to the equipment through the RS485 OUT terminal. Consult your dealer for details.
• You cannot use the IR OUT system and the serial communication via the RS-485 terminal at the same time.
Karaoke
component, etc.
RS-485
OUT
Set the following items in “REMOTE SYSTEM” according to the external control terminal and control system
you use (see page 15).
Control system
Serial
communication
RS-485
RS-232C
IR OUT system
MAKE system
TRIG. system
LAN system*2
“REMOTE IN SEL.”
setting
RJ-45*1
D-sub9*1
Any
RJ-45
RJ-45
LAN
“CNT. RJ45 OUT”
setting
RS485
RS485
IR OUT
RS485
RS485
Any
Remote control
“CNT. RJ45 IN” setting
RS485
RS485
Any
MAKE
TRIG.
Any
*1 For the monitor connected to the external control equipment, set “REMOTE IN SEL.” according to the actual
connection. Set other monitors to “RJ-45.”
*2 Set “NETWORK SETTING” in the set-up menu (see pages 16 and 23).
<MAKE/TRIG. system>
You can control the monitor by external control equipment*3. See also page 22.
*3 External control equipment is not commercially available. Consult your dealer if you need a dedicated
controller.
<LAN system>
You can control the monitor from PC in your Local Area Network (LAN) through the web browser.
LAN
PC
NOTE
• The functions controlled by an external device through the MAKE connection cannot be controlled on the
main unit or the remote control.
• While the Control Lock (see page 16) is in use, you can use external control.
Hub
PC
<Serial communication>
Several monitors can be controlled by connecting their RS-485 IN and OUT terminals. See also page 21.
Do not use the AC OUT terminal on the monitor for power supply to another monitor.
Hub
External control
equipment
Monitor
RS-485 IN
or RS-232C
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RS-485
OUT
RS-485
IN
RS-485
OUT
RS-485
IN
RS-485
OUT
PC
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Using the serial communication
You can control the monitor from external control equipment (a personal computer or a dedicated controller)
via the RS-485 or RS-232C terminal.
<Communication specifications>
Input terminal
RS-485
RS-232C
Cable
Terminal
specification
A straight LAN cable
A straight cable with a RS-232C
connector (male for the monitor,
female for the external control
equipment)
See below.
Communication specifications
Baud Rate:
4800 bps
Data Bits:
8 bits
Parity:
No parity
Stop Bits:
1 bit
Flow Control:
No control
Communication Code: ASCII Code
<Command outline>
When the monitor is turned on, the external control is not ready.
To start communication, send the connection command from the external control equipment.
To terminate the communication, send the termination command from the external control equipment.
Example of communication procedures:
1 Starting the communication: connection
command (!00BCN1Cr)
Monitor
2 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
3 Selecting the Input VIDEO (!00BINACr)
External control
equipment
4 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
5 Terminating the communication: termination
command (!00BCN0Cr)
<Basic command list>
No.
Commands
1*
! * * B C N 1 Cr
Functions
Starts communication (connection)
Terminates communication
(termination)
Assigns the control ID
Initializes the control ID
Displays/hides the ID
Flashes/hides the selected ID No. of
the monitor
Displays the MAIN MENU/Quits the
menu operation
Moves the cursor upward (5)
Moves the cursor downward (∞)
Makes setting/adjustment (3)
Makes setting/adjustment (2)
Enters the password for the Security
Lock
Displays the SET-UP MENU
Turns on the monitor
Turns off the monitor
Selects Input VIDEO
Selects Input RGB
Selects Input DVI
Displays the status
Turns the volume up
Turns the volume down
Adjusts the volume
Turns muting on/off
2*
!
*
* B C N 0 Cr
3
4
5
!
!
!
*
*
*
* B I D S E T x x Cr
* B I D R E T Cr
* B I D D S P x x Cr
6
!
*
* B I D C H K x x Cr
7
!
*
* B M E N U Cr
8
9
10
11
!
!
!
!
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
12
!
*
* B E N T E R Cr
13
14*
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
24
!
*
* B A S P x x Cr
Selects the aspect ratio
25
!
*
* B A S P T Cr
Changes the aspect ratio
26
!
*
* B P I C M O D x x Cr Selects the picture mode
27
28
!
!
*
*
* B P I P x x Cr
* B P B P x x Cr
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
U
D
A
A
S
P
P
I
I
I
D
V
V
V
A
P
O
D
D
E
W
W
N
N
N
I
P
M
O
M
Cr
W N Cr
J R Cr
J L Cr
T
1
0
A
B
C
S
L
N
L
U
U
Cr
Cr
Cr
Cr
Cr
P
S
S
x
T
P Cr
Cr
Cr
Cr
x Cr
E x x Cr
6 Monitor’s status (@00BOKCr)
• Commands starting with “!” are operation commands from the external control equipment. For details, see
<Basic command list> on the right.
• Commands starting with “@” are status returns from the monitor.
<Specifications of the RS-485 terminal>
This is a
female
terminal.
Pin
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
IN terminal
signal
TXD +
TXD –
RXD +
NC
NC
RXD –
5 V power
GND
<Specifications of the RS-232C terminal>
OUT terminal
signal
TXD +
TXD –
RXD +
NC
IR. OUT
RXD –
NC
GND
• The 5 V power supply of the 7th terminal is for the
dedicated controller. Do not use it for other devices.
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This is a
female
terminal.
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Signal
—
RD (Receive Data)
TD (Transmit Data)
—
GND (Ground)
—
RTS
CTS
—
• The 7th terminal and the 8th terminal are
connected.
Turns on/off the PIP mode
Turns on/off the PBP mode
Data
No data
No data
01 – 25
No data
00: Hide, 01: Display
00: Hide, 01: Flash
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
No data
0 – 30
00: Off, 01: On
00: REGULAR,
01: FULL,
02: ZOOM,
03: PANORAMIC,
04: REAL DOT
No data
00: DYNAMIC,
01: NORMAL,
02: USER
00: Off, 1: On
00: Off, 1: On
* These commands can be used while the monitor is on standby.
• “**” substitutes the ID number of the monitor. The initial setting is “00.” When 2 or more monitors are
connected and controlled, the commands for the ID “00” controls all the monitors.
• Enter the appropriate data to “xx” or “x.”
• “Cr” is 0Dh.
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22
How to Use External Control (cont.)
Operation
Using the MAKE/TRIG. system
The RS-485 IN terminal is configured as follows. You can assign the functions to each pin terminal by setting
“REMOTE SYSTEM” (see “PORT F1 – PORT F5” on page 15).
This is a female terminal.
Pin No.
Pin name
Pin No.
Pin name
1
2
3
4
PORT F1
PORT F2
PORT F3
PORT F4
5
6
7
8
PORT F5
ENABLE
NC
GND
To assign the functions to the pin terminals
For the operation procedure, see page 12.
1. Select “REMOTE SYSTEM” on the set-up menu.
2. Set “CNT. RJ45 IN” to “SET.”
3. Select a pin name (“PORT F1” – “PORT F5”) which you want to assign a function, and then select
the function you want to assign.
• For functions which can be assigned, see the table below.
1. Short-circuit the 6th pin terminal (External control) to the 8th pin terminal (GND) so that the
monitor can be controlled by the external control.
2. Set “CNT. RJ45 IN” of “REMOTE SYSTEM” to “MAKE” or “TRIG.” on the set-up menu.
3. When selecting “MAKE” (make contact) system:
Operate each function by short-circuiting the corresponding pin terminal to the 8th pin terminal (GND) or
opening it.
When selecting “TRIG.” (trigger) system:
Operate each function by Pulse control, that is short-circuiting the corresponding pin terminal to the 8th pin
terminal (GND) for about 1 second.
NOTE
• When changing input, only one terminal must be short-circuited. (Other terminals must be opened.)
• When switching PIP and PBP modes, open the mode which has been short-circuited before short-circuiting
the mode you want to make valid.
• When selecting the “TRIG.” (trigger) system, you can operate only one function at a time. Operate the
functions one by one.
Functions controlled by MAKE/TRIG. system
Display
Functions to be controlled
Opening
Short-circuiting
VIDEO
Changes the input to VIDEO.
Invalid
Valid
RGB
Changes the input to RGB.
Invalid
Valid
DVI
Changes the input to DVI.
Invalid
Valid
POWER
Turns on/off the monitor.
Power on
Power off (standby)
ASPECT
Changes the aspect ratio.
REGULAR
FULL
MUTING
Turns off or resumes the volume.
Muting off
Muting on
PIP
Turns on/off the PIP mode (see page 11).
Invalid
Valid
PBP
Turns on/off the PBP mode (see page 11).
Invalid
Valid
–––
No function
—
—
NOTE
• You cannot assign the same function to different pin terminals.
• The TRIG. (trigger) system switches each function by short-circuiting for approx. 1 second.
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Using the LAN system
<Main Control>
Basic controls of the monitor (such as turning on/off the power). You can also confirm the status of the
monitor.
Operating system: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Windows® Vista
Browser:
Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6.0 and 7.0
Ethernet cable (Category 5 or higher)
Recommended
operating environment
Cable
Click to finish the operation.
Menu 1
Main Control
Menu 3
Menu 4
General-Purpose Control LAN Setting
Log Out
To join the network
Main Control & Status
For the operation procedure, see page 12.
NOTE
• About the IP address, sub net mask, default gateway, and DNS server, consult the person in charge of your
network.
• Before starting the setting, connect the monitor to the network, turn on the monitor, then wait for about 30
seconds.
• Two or more PCs cannot log in at the same time.
• The PC automatically logs out in about 30 minutes after the last operation.
• LAN component of this monitor conforms to 10BASE-T.
1. Select “NETWORK SETTING” on the set-up menu.
2. Set “IP ADDRESS,” “SUBNET MASK,” “DEFAULT GATEWAY,” and “DNS SERVER.”
1 Press 5∞ to select the item, then press 3.
2 Enter the number by using 5∞ or number buttons.
3 Press 3 to move to the next item.
4 Press MENU to finish the setting.
Menu 2
Motion Sensor Setting
1
2
ID No:
ID Address:
Power
On
Off
Input Select
VIDEO
RGB
DVI
Volume Control
< >
3
4
5
10
On
MUTE
Off
No Sync. Action
OFF
Dual Display Mode
OFF
PIP
Make sure that the monitor, personal computer, and router (or hub) is connected with the network cable, then
turn on them.
Enable JavaScript of the browser before starting the operation.
1. Start Internet Explorer (6.0 or 7.0) on the computer.
2. Enter the IP address of the monitor to the address bar, then press Enter on the keyboard.
The log-in screen appears.
GM-F420/470/520 Series
Web Control
Status Information
Power Status:
Selected Input:
Signal Status:
Signal Format:
6
ON
VIDEO
SIGNAL IN
NTSC
Self Error Check:
OK
POWER UNIT:
TEMP. SENSOR:
PANEL:
FAN:
OTHERS:
Error Code:
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
0
7
8
PBP
Get Status
9
• To restore the default setting, perform “reset” in “NETWORK SETTING.”
Operation on the web browser
1
xx. xx. xx.xx
1 Turns on/off the monitor.
2 Selects the input.
3 Adjusts the volume level and activates/deactivates
muting.
4 Selects the screen status while no signal is
coming in.
5 Selects the Dual Display mode.
6 Displays the ID and IP address of the monitor.
7 Displays the status of the monitor.
• Power to the monitor (turned on or off)
• Current input
• Status of the input signal (coming in or not)
• Input signal format
8 Displays the self-check result of the monitor.
The status of the power unit, temperature sensor,
monitor panel, etc. is indicated.
9 Click to update the status display (6, 7, 8).
Enter Log In Name :
OK
3. Click “OK.”
• No log-in name is set when shipped from the factory. See page 25 to set a log-in name.
4. Click the function tab you want to use.
• For details about each function tab, see the right and pages 24 and 25.
To finish the operation, click “Log Out.”
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24
How to Use External Control (cont.)
<Motion Sensor Setting>
Setting screen for the motion sensor.
• For details about settings of the motion sensor, see page 19.
<General-Purpose Control>
You can send operation commands to the monitor.
• The monitor may not operate as commanded in some cases. Always check the monitor status.
Click to finish the operation.
Click to finish the operation.
Menu 1
Main Control
Menu 2
Motion Sensor Setting
Menu 1
Main Control
Menu 3
Menu 4
General-Purpose Control LAN Setting
Menu 2
Motion Sensor Setting
Menu 3
Menu 4
General-Purpose Control LAN Setting
Log Out
Log Out
General-Purpose Control
Motion Sensor Setting
Feedback InformatIon
Motion Sensor Triggered Action
1
2
3
4
5
FUNCTION
Auto Power
SUSTAIN TIM E
On
Off
Volume Change
1
minutes
6
1
On
Off
Change Level: Level 10
POWER:
INPUT:
SIGNAL FORMAT:
ASPECT:
COLOR TEMP:
MAIN MENU
SELECTION
ON
VIDEO
NTSC
REGULAR
MID
3
NO PARAMETER
Input Select
On
Off
Select Input Por t: RGB
COMMAND to Send
2
Swap Display
On
Backlight Level Control
On
< >
---> Send
Off
COMMAND STATUS
SENDING...
Off
10
1 To turn on the monitor when the motion sensor
detects the motion of human, select “ON.”
2 To change the volume level when the motion
sensor detects the motion of human, select “ON,”
then select the volume level.
3 To change the input when the motion sensor
detects the motion of human, select “ON,” then
select the input.
4 To switch the main display and sub display of the
Dual Display when the motion sensor detects the
motion of human, select “ON.”
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< >
Get Status
7
5 To change the brightness of the back light when
the motion sensor detects the motion of human,
select “ON,” then select the brightness level.
6 Specify the period* for the monitor to keep the
specified operation.
7 Loads the current settings from the monitor.
1 Selects a menu item (“FUNCTION”) and its setting
value (“SELECTION”).
Ex.: When sending the command to set the aspect
to “FULL”
FUNCTION
ASPECT (DIRECT)
* Counted from when the sensor detects a motion of
human at the last time.
∞
3 Displays the status of the monitor.
• Power to the monitor (turned on or off)
• Current input
• Input signal format
• Aspect setting
• Color temperature setting
SELECTION
FULL
∞
• If the selected function does not have the setting
values, “NO PARAMETER” is displayed for
“SELECTION.”
2 Displays the command for the setting selected in
1.
Click “Send” to send the command to the monitor.
“SENDING” appears in the “COMMAND STATUS”
window while the command is being sent.
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Troubleshooting
<LAN Setting>
Setting the log-in name for the control screen and E-mail of the monitor. You can also confirm the network
setting.
Solutions to common problems related to the monitor are described here. If none of the solutions presented
here solves the problem, unplug the monitor and consult an authorized dealer or service center.
Click to finish the operation.
Menu 1
Main Control
Menu 2
Motion Sensor Setting
Power is not supplied.
Menu 3
Menu 4
General-Purpose Control LAN Setting
Log Out
3
LAN Setting
1
MAC Address:
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway:
DNS Server:
] Is the power cord connected (see page 6)?
] Is the main power switch (POWER) turned on
(see page 10)?
Set EMail Address
00:04:A3:00:00:05
10.52.41.39
255.255.255.0
10.52.41.254
192.168.0.1
EMail Address to Send
SMTP Server
2
Mail Account
Enter Log In Name:
ReEnter to Confirm:
No picture.
] Is the correct input selected (see page 10)?
] Connect the signal cable firmly.
] Check if the input signal format is acceptable
on the monitor.
] Are the devices connected correctly (see page
6)?
] Are signals being input from the connected
devices?
] Is brightness adjusted correctly (see page 13)?
Mail Password
OK
OK
Get Status
All Clear
No sound.
Error Notification Mail
4
1 Displays the current network setting.
2 Sets the log-in name to log in the web control
screen.
• Up to 8 characters can be used.
Click “OK” to confirm the log-in name setting.
3 E-mail settings for the monitor to send the error
notification via E-mail.
• For details about the setting, consult the person
in charge of the mail server.
1 Enter the mail address for the monitor.
2 Enter the E-mail address (up to 3 addresses)
to receive the error notification from the
monitor.
• Up to 48 characters can be used for each
mail address.
3 Enter the SMTP server address (up to 32
characters).
4 Enter the E-mail account of the monitor (up to
32 characters).
5 Enter the Email password of the monitor (up to
16 characters)
Click “OK” to confirm the mail setting.
Click “Get Status” to load the current settings.
Click “All Clear” and then “OK” to delete the mail
setting.
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] Is the volume set at minimum (see page 10)?
] Is the muting function activated (see page 10)?
] Is “AUDIO ASSIGN” set correctly (see page
13)?
Send Test-Mail
5
4 Check here to receive the error notification from
the monitor.
The error message is sent to the mail address
specified in 3-2.
5 Click to send the test mail.
• You may not be able to send E-mails depending on
the network environment or the verification settings
of the server.
• 3-4 and 3-5 are necessary when access to
the SMTP server requires authentication. Ask the
server administrator for details.
• “POP before SMTP” is not supported.
Self-diagnostic lamp lights (flashes).
] See page 27 for details.
The remote control does not work.
] Are the batteries installed correctly (see page 5)?
] Are the batteries exhausted?
] Is the front end of the remote control pointing toward the
remote sensor?
] Is there any object blocking the path between the remote
control and the remote sensor?
] Is the monitor too far away from you?
] Are the functions of motion sensor set to “ON”?
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Troubleshooting (cont.)
Symptom
Power is suddenly turned on
or off.
The picture becomes blurred.
Color is abnormally bright or
dark.
Color is poor or unstable.
The picture is cut or shifted
toward one side.
Some items cannot be selected
on the menu.
“PLEASE ENTER PASS ID”
appears when trying to turn on
the monitor.
Buttons on the main unit do not
work.
The motion sensor does not
work.
The motion sensor does not
detects the human in the
detection area.
The motion sensor works while
no human is in the detection
area.
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Probable cause and corrective action
• The Power-on/off Timer is activated. Deactivate it.
• “AUTO POWER” of “MOTION SENSOR” is set to “ON.”
Deactivate it.
• Adjust “CONTRAST” or “BRIGHT” of “PICTURE
SETTING.”
• For RGB input, adjust “DOT CLOCK” and “CLOCK
PHASE” on the main menu.
• If the connection cable used for the RGB IN terminal is
long, set “SYNC TERM.” to “LOW.”
• Adjust the picture quality on “PICTURE SETTING” of the
main menu.
• If “TEMP. OVER” is displayed, follow the procedure
described on page 27.
Select the correct color system.
• Input signals (scanning frequency, etc.) are not
appropriate.
• Adjust the size and position properly.
Items not available for the current input or signal format
cannot be selected. Change the input or signal format.
The Security Lock is activated. Enter the password to turn
on the monitor, and then deactivate the Security Lock.
• The Control Lock is activated. Deactivate it.
• You cannot use the buttons for the items controlled by the
external control. Disable the external control.
• You cannot use the buttons for the items controlled by the
motion sensor. Deactivate the control by the sensor.
If the detection parts (lens) of the sensor is dirty, the
sensing level decreases. Wipe the lens with soft cloth.
• The motion sensor does not work when all the motion
sensor settings are “OFF.”
• The sensor will not detect a human who is not moving.
• The detectivity of the sensor decreases when the
temperature difference between a body and environment
is small.
In the following cases, the sensor detects the motion and
makes the monitor perform the specified operation.
• Animals such as dogs and cats are moving around the
monitor.
• Clothes (such as curtain) or plants swaying in the wind is
around the monitor.
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The following are not malfunctions.
• When a still image is displayed for a long time, it may remain indistinctly on the screen after the picture
has changed. Though the remaining picture will disappear after a while, there may be a case that it
remains for a long period depending on the length of time the still image was displayed for. This is due
to the characteristics of the LCD display and is not a malfunction.
• The red spots, blue spots and green spots on the panel surface are a normal characteristic of LCD
displays, and not a problem. The LCD display is built with very high precision technology; however, be
aware that a few pixels may be missing or constantly lit.
• The following symptoms are problems only when pictures or sounds are not played back normally.
– A slight electric shock occurs when you touch the monitor.
– The top and/or rear panel of the monitor becomes hot.
– The monitor emits a cracking noise.
– The monitor emits a mechanical noise.
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Self-diagnostic indication
When something abnormal occurs with the monitor, this function informs you of the condition of the monitor
with the self-diagnostic lamps, allowing for smooth service work.
“TEMP. OVER” appears here.
Self-diagnostic lamps
If the monitor screen turns off and the selfdiagnostic lamps light or flash
If the self-diagnostic lamps light or flash in red, check
the following before consulting the dealer where you
purchased the monitor.
• If the self-diagnostic lamp 1 lights, lamp 2 flashes,
and lamp 3 lights.
This may be caused by the dusty intakes on the
rear and top. If this happens, switch off the main
power using the power switch (set to “‡ (off)”),
unplug the AC power cord, then clean the intakes
by referring to the instruction on page 3.
After cleaning, switch on the monitor’s main power
again. If the self-diagnostic lamps do not go off,
consult your dealer immediately.
If the monitor screen dims a little and “TEMP.
OVER” appears (or flashes)
If “TEMP. OVER” appears or flashes at the left top of
the screen, check the following before consulting the
dealer where you purchased the monitor.
“TEMP. OVER” appears to warn you of internal heat
buildup, which is usually caused by accumulated
dust around the intakes or by improper installation. If
the cause of the internal heat buildup is eliminated,
this indication disappears and the screen returns to
normal brightness.
• If “TEMP. OVER” flashes in yellow
This may be caused by the dusty intakes on the
rear. If this happens, switch off the main power
using the power switch (set to “‡ (off)”), unplug the
AC power cord, then clean the intakes by referring
to the instruction on page 3.
– After cleaning, switch on the monitor’s main
power again. If “TEMP. OVER” still flashes, this
problem may be caused by improper installation
or improper location of the monitor. In this
case, consult your dealer immediately to solve
this improper installation and to improve the
circumstances around the monitor.
• If “TEMP. OVER” appears in red
“TEMP. OVER” will be shown for about two
minutes, the monitor will shut off automatically,
then the self-diagnostic lamps light in red. If this
happens, switch off the main power using the
power switch (set to “‡ (off)”), unplug the AC power
cord, then consult your dealer immediately.
If the trouble still persists, follow the procedure below:
1 Check which lamps are lit or flashing.
On the Self-diagnostic Report Sheet (below), check the box next to “Lights” or “Flashes” of the
corresponding lamp or lamps.
• Only one lamp may light or flash, or all three lamps may do so.
2 Switch off the POWER switch on the back of the monitor.
3 Unplug the power cord.
4 Call your dealer and tell them which lamps are lit or flashing. (Copy and fax the Self-diagnostic Report
Sheet below.)
NOTE
• If you switch on the main power immediately after switching it off (or after recovering from a brief power
interruption), the self-diagnostic lamps may light (or flash), and no image may appear on the screen. In
this case, switch off the main power again, wait for about 10 seconds, then switch it on again. If no selfdiagnostic lamps light or flash, you can operate and use the monitor as usual.
Self-diagnostic Report Sheet
Store name where you purchased the monitor
To
Model name: LCD DISPLAY MONITOR
GM-F520S/GM-F470S/GM-F420S
The self-diagnostic lamps light or flash as listed
on the following table. Please give me immediate
advice or service if necessary.
No.
Self-diagnostic lamp
Lamp position
Conditions
1
Upper
& Lights
& Flashes
2
Middle
& Lights
& Flashes
3
Lower
& Lights
& Flashes
& Lights
& Flashes
TEMP. OVER
Your Name
Telephone
No.:
Address:
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Specifications
General
Model name
Type
Screen size
Aspect ratio
LCD panel
Effective screen size
(W x H, Diagonally)
Number of pixels displayed
Number of colors displayed
Viewing angle (TYP.)
Brightness (TYP.)
Contrast ratio (TYP.)
Response time
Weight
External dimensions
(W x H x D)
Power requirements
Rated input current
Compatible signals
Audio power output
Speaker
Operating conditions
GM-F520S
GM-F470S
GM-F420S
LCD Monitor
Type 52 wide format
Type 47 wide format
Type 42 wide format
16:9 (Wide format)
52 inch wide, active matrix TFT
47 inch wide, active matrix TFT
42 inch wide, active matrix TFT
1 152.0 mm x 648.0 mm (45 5/16” x
1 040 mm x 584.8 mm (40 15/16” x 23”),
930.3 mm x 523.3 mm (36 9/16” x
25 1/4”), 1 321.7 mm (52”)
1 193.1 mm (46 15/16”)
20 9/16”), 1 067.3 mm (42”)
1 920 (H) x 1 080 (V)
16.7 million (256 colors for each of RGB) 1.07 billion (1 024 colors for each of RGB)
178° (Horizontally), 178° (Vertically)
700 cd/m2
2 000:1
1 000:1
8 msec
9 msec
39.8 kg (87.6 lbs)
29.8 kg (65.6 lbs)
25.0 kg (55 lbs)
41.0 kg (90.2 lbs) (including the stands)
31.0 kg (68.2 lbs) (including the stands)
26.2 kg (57.7 lbs) (including the stands)
1 199.2 mm x 695.2 mm (47 1/4” x
1 075.2 mm x 620.4 mm (42 3/8” x
963.6 mm x 556.6 mm (38” x 22”),
27 3/8”), 161.5 mm (6 3/8”)
24 1/2”), 151.2 mm (6”)
151.2 mm (6”)
When the stand is attached:
When the stand is attached:
When the stand is attached:
1 214.2 mm x 699.2 mm (47 7/8” x
1 090.4 mm x 624.4 mm (43” x 24 5/8”),
978.6 mm x 560.6 mm (38 5/8” x
27 5/8”), 326 mm (12 7/8”)
326 mm (12 7/8”)
22 1/8”), 326 mm (12 7/8”)
AC 120 V/AC 220 – 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
5.4 A (AC 120 V)
4.9 A (AC 120 V)
4.3 A (AC 120 V)
3.9 A (AC 220 – 240 V)
3.6 A (AC 220 – 240 V)
3.3 A (AC 220 – 240 V)
See page 8.
Internal: 1.7 W + 1.7 W (impedance 8 Ω)
External: 6 Ω – 8 Ω, 2.3 W + 2.3 W (at impedance 6 Ω)
Ellipse (70 mm (2 7/8”) x 40 mm (1 5/8”)) x 2, impedance 8 Ω
Temperature: 0°C – 35°C (32°F – 95°F)
Temperature: 0°C – 40°C (32°F – 104°F)
Relative humidity: 20% – 80% (nonRelative humidity: 20% – 80% (non-condensation)
condensation)
(Slightly variable depending on ambient conditions for installation.)
(Slightly variable depending on ambient
conditions for installation.)
Notice on transportation
This monitor is precision equipment and needs dedicated packing material for transportation.
Never use any packing material supplied from sources other than JVC or JVC-authorized dealers.
Motion
sensor unit
Checking the accessories
The following accessories are included with the monitor. Check for them. If any item is missing, please contact the dealer where you have purchased the monitor.
•
•
•
•
•
Remote control (RM-C1730)
Batteries (AA/R6) x 2
Power cord/Power cord holder
Screws for power cord holder
Motion sensor unit
Motion sensor x 1, Screw (M4 x 12 mm) x 1, cord cramp x 5
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• Stand unit
Stand x 2, Screws (M4 x 12 mm) x 6
• Snapping ties x 5
• Covering sticker x 1
Snapping ties
Screws for power
cord holder
Covering sticker
Stand unit
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Input/output terminals
RGB OUT
RGB input
Video signal
Horizontal sync (HD)
Vertical sync (VD)
DVI-D
(HDCP)
AUDIO 1 IN
AUDIO 2 IN
REMOTE
DVI input (compatible
with HDCP)
Audio input
Audio input
RS-232C input
RS-485 input
RS-485 output
LAN
AUDIO OUT AUDIO 1 OUT
AUDIO 2 OUT
EXT. SPEAKER OUT
AC OUTLET AC power output
Pin jack terminal x 2 (L/R)
500 mV (rms), high impedance
Stereo mini jack terminal x 1 500 mV (rms), high impedance
D-sub 9-pin terminal x 1 (For RS-232C control)
RJ-45 pin terminal x 1 (For RS485, MAKE, and TRIGGER control)
RJ-45 pin terminal x 1 (For RS485 and IR OUT control)
RJ-45 pin terminal x 1 (For LAN control)
Pin jack terminal x 2 (L/R)
Output impedance 600 Ω
Stereo mini jack terminal x 1 Output impedance 600 Ω
Speaker output terminal (L/R) Impedance 6 Ω to 8 Ω
IEC320 type x 1
Rated output current: 2 A
Top view
*1
Front view
661.2 (26 1/8)
Vertical sync (VD)
GM-F520S
Side view
648.0 (25 1/4)*2
Horizontal sync (HD)
BNC terminal x 1
1 V (p–p), 75 Ω
BNC terminal x 1
1 V (p–p), 75 Ω
D-sub 3-row 15-pin x 1 (RGB is compatible with DDC2B.)
G: 1 V (p–p), 75 Ω (including sync)
B, R: 0.7 V (p–p), 75 Ω
HD: 2.0 V (p–p) to 5 V (p–p), (positive/
negative polarity)
VD: 2.0 V (p–p) to 5 V (p–p),
(positive/negative polarity)
D-sub 3-row 15-pin x 1
G: 1 V (p–p), 75 Ω (including sync)
B, R: 0.7 V (p–p), 75 Ω
HD: 5 V (p–p) (positive/negative
polarity)
VD: 5 V (p–p) (positive/negative
polarity)
DVI-D terminal x 1 (Compatible with DDC2B)
695.2 (27 3/8)
VIDEO IN
Video input
VIDEO OUT Video output
RGB IN
RGB input
Video signal
Unit: mm (inch)
*1 Screw holes for optional usage
*2 Effective screen size
Dimensions
*1
1 152.0 (45 5/16)*2
1 165.2 (45 7/8)
1 199.2 (47 1/4)
Rear view
161.5
(6 3/8)
400 (15 3/4)
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(1 1/8)
79.5 (3 1/4)
147.6
(5 7/8)
247.6
(9 3/4)
56 (2 1/4)
200
(7 7/8)
Motion sensor
400 (15 3/4)
Dimensions
Screw hole for optional installation unit.
Screw size: 8 – M6, depth: 15 mm (VESA standard)
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Specifications (cont.)
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Unit: mm (inch)
*1 Screw holes for optional usage
*2 Effective screen size
Dimensions
GM-F470S
GM-F420S
Top view
Top view
*1
*1
Side view
523.3 (20 9/16)*2
556.6 (22)
584.8 (23)*2
590.4 (23 1/4)
620.4 (24 1/2)
*1
1 040 (40 15/16)*2
1 045.2 (41 1/4)
1 075.2 (42 3/8)
Front view
526.6 (20 3/4)
Side view
Front view
*1
930.3 (36 9/16)*2
933.6 (36 7/8)
963.6 (38)
151.2 (6)
Rear view
151.2 (6)
400 (15 3/4)
Rear view
Screw hole for optional installation unit.
Screw size: 8 – M6, depth: 15 mm (VESA standard)
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400 (15 3/4)
78.3
(3 1/8)
200
(7 7/8)
178.3
(7 1/8)
400 (15 3/4)
110.2
(4 3/8)
210.2
(8 3/8)
200
(7 7/8)
400 (15 3/4)
Screw hole for optional installation unit.
Screw size: 8 – M6, depth: 15 mm (VESA standard)
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• Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
• All company names and product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only, and
may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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