Technika TPFX80 Digital Photo Frame Manual

Technika TPFX80 Digital Photo Frame Manual
TPFX80
8” Digital Picture Frame
User Guide
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a slightly damp lint free cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Do not install or operate near any heat sources such as
radiators, stoves, or other apparatus that produce heat.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as the power-supply
cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus
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has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical
shock, do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
The product must not be exposed to dripping and
splashing and no object filled with liquids such as a
vase of flowers should be placed on the product.
No naked flame sources such as candles should be
placed on the product.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate this device.
Caution: Usage of controls or adjustments or
performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous exposure.
IMPORTANT
Use this appliance with the supplied AC convertor. Using
non-approved power supplies will void the warranty.
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 communication. However, this
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 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 technician
for help.
This symbol indicates that there are important operating and
maintenance instructions in the literature accompanying this unit.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage constituting
a risk of electric shock is present within this unit.
PICTURE, MUSIC AND VIDEO FORMATS
The DPF will play pictures, music or videos conforming to the following
standards:
• .jpg (jpeg)
• .mp3 (mp3)
• .mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4 (Xvid) and motion-jpeg (mpg)
FEATURES
• Operation via controls on the rear of the Digital Picture Frame (DPF)
or remote control.
• Automatic slide show with background music, multiple transition
effects and variable interval timings.
• Compatible with SD/SDHC/MMC and MS memory cards.
• USB 2.0 Host for connecting a USB device.
• You can copy files from any connected media device to any other
connected media device.
• Direct deletion of files from any connected media device .
• Playback of music and video files.
• Alarm function.
• Motion Sensing.
• Auto power on/off.
INTRODUCTION
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FILES AND FOLDERS
You may group your pictures into Albums (folders) with several pictures
inside each album. You can choose to play all the pictures on the media
device or you can select individual folders, and play the contents.
UNPACKING
The box should contain:
• Photo Frame
• Power Adapter
• Remote Control
• User Guide
• Stand
If any items are missing or damaged, contact your nearest TESCO store
for a replacement. Have your receipt ready when you call. Retain the
packaging. If you dispose of it, do so having regard to any recycling
regulations in your area.
Before using the DPF carefully remove any protective film
covering the screen. Take care not to press on the screen.
Other formats must be converted to one of the above formats using
photo, music or video editing software (not supplied).
The DPF will take time to load and play pictures, music or videos. Lots of
high resolution pictures or videos will slow loading times considerably.
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[] Down button
[] Up button
[ ]Right/Next button
[ ] Left/Previous button
[ ] Exit button
[M] Menu button
[ ]Play/Pause/Confirm button
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
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USB Host
Power On/Off switch
5V DC Input socket
Stand
Thumbscrew
SD/SDHC/MMC/MS-card slot
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REMOTE CONTROL
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KEYS AND FUNCTIONS
Press to set the player in and out of Standby.
Press to move the cursor up.
Press to move the cursor left or select the previous picture.
MENU Press to return to the main menu.
Press to move the cursor down.
Press to select the previous picture when viewing pictures. Switch to the
previous page in thumbnail mode. Fast rewind when viewing videos.
Press to zoom the picture.
4:3/16:9 Press to select 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio for a picture.
VOLPress to decrease the volume.
SETUP Press to go to the setup menu.
OK
Press to confirm a selection. Start or pause playback.
Press to move the cursor right or select the next picture.
OSD
Press to open or exit the OSD bar display.
Press to return to the previous menu.
Press to select the next picture when viewing pictures. Switch to the next
page in thumbnail mode. Fast forward when viewing videos.
Press to start a slideshow.
Press to turn the background music on or off.
VOL+ Press to increase the volume.
Locate the stand in the slot at the rear.
Rotate the stand once to put the frame into horizontal (landscape) view.
Rotate once more to put the frame into vertical (portrait) view.
Stand the frame on a level solid surface where it is unlikely to fall or get
knocked over.
The stand can be extended by pulling the stand towards you or
shortened by pushing it away from you.
INSTALLING THE REMOTE BATTERY
Remove the protective strip from the battery compartment to activate
the battery. The remote control is now ready for use.
If the remote control behaves erratically or fails to operate, the battery
should be replaced.
To replace the battery:
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1. Press the catch at the side of the battery
compartment. Slide out the battery cage.
2. Remove the old battery. Place the new battery
in the cage with the polarity as shown in the
diagram. Insert the cage.
CR2025
There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery is
handled improperly. Do not disassemble, crush,
puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of
in fire or water.
Do not attempt to open or service the battery.
Replace only with the battery designated for this product. Discard used
batteries in accordance with recycling regulations in force in your area.
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FITTING THE STAND
GETTING STARTED
MOTION SENSOR
The DPF is fitted with a motion sensor which can detect if anyone is
near the DPF. If the motion sensor does not detect anyone around the
DPF in the specified time, the DPF will switch to standby mode.
As soon as the motion sensor detects someone near, the DPF will switch
on again.
Refer to the motion sensor section on page 14 for information on how
to set the motion sensor.
Use the two slots annotated  (112mm apart) to mount the DPF in
the horizontal (landscape) view.
It is not possible to wall mount the DPF in a vertical (portrait) view.
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WALL MOUNTING
As an alternative the frame can be wall mounted via the slots in the rear
of the DPF.
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SWITCHING ON
When switching on for the first time it will be necessary to set the
display language.
Slide the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. The DPF will power up and
display the list of language options.
Use the [] or [] buttons to select the required language, press
the [ ] button to confirm. Press the [ ] button again when the
confirmation message appears.
Plug the DC power jack of the adapter into the DC socket in the DPF.
Plug the power adapter into the mains socket. Switch on at the mains.
• You can leave the power switch on, and use the button on the
remote control to turn the frame on or set it to Standby mode.
• To turn the power off completely, slide the switch to OFF.
CONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY
To set up your DPF
Press the [M] button.
Press the [] or [] button and press the [ ] button to select Setup.
Alternatively, press the [SETUP] button on the remote control.
A submenu will appear.
Photo setup
Press the [ ] button to select.
A sub menu will appear displaying the following choices:
Sliding show time Allows you to select the time the photos will be
displayed for. The choices are 3, 5, 15 seconds,
1 minute or 15 minutes.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Photo Mode
Allows you to move between full screen and
standard screen.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Transition Effect Allows you to change effects between different
photos. The choices are:
Off, Random, Bottom to top, top to bottom, Left
to right, Right to left, Top left to bottom right,
Top right to bottom left, Bottom left to top right,
Allows you to display the date and time the
photos were taken.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Displays the photos in a random order.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
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Music setup
Press the [] or [] button to select music setup. To set up press the
[ ] button.
A sub-menu will appear displaying the following choice:
Music repeat mode Allows you to set the music repeat mode for
playback of music files. The choices are:
Repeat off, Repeat one and Repeat all.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Shuffle
Date Stamp
Bottom right to top left, Horizontal door close,
Horizontal door open, Horizontal inter cross,
Vertical inter cross and Fadeout_in.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Video setup
Press the [] or [] button to select video setup. To set up press the
[ ] button.
A sub-menu will appear displaying the following choice:
Movie repeat mode Allows you to set the video repeat mode for
playback of video files. The choices are:
Repeat off, Repeat one and Repeat all.
Press the [] or [] button to select and then
press the [ ] button.
Clock/Calendar setup
Press the [] or [] button to select clock/calendar setup. To set up
press the [ ] button.
A sub menu will appear displaying the following choices:
Time Mode
Press the [ ] button to select.
Allows you select a digital or analogue time
display.
Show Photo
Press the [ ] button to select.
Allows you to display a photo or slideshow next
to the clock.
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Set Date format
Set Date
Set Time Format
Set Time
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to set the hour, press
the [ ] button to move the cursor to set the
minutes, press the [] or [] button until the
required minutes are displayed.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Allows you to choose 12 or 24 hour clock display.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to set the year.
Press the [ ] button to move the cursor to set
the month, press the [] or [] button until the
correct month is set.
Press the [ ] button to move the cursor to set the
day, press the [] or [] button until the correct
day is set.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to select the date
format required.
Press the [ ] button.
Alarm setup
Press the [] or [] button to select alarm setup. To set up, press the
[ ] button.
A sub-menu will appear displaying the follow choices:
Alarm 1
Allows you to set Alarm 1. The alarm can be set
to ring at a specified time on a single occasion or
everyday.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to select the alarm
frequency.
The options are:
Off : The alarm is turned off.
Once: The alarm will sound once at the
specified time.
Everyday: The alarm will sound at the
specified time every day.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the alarm
time (hours).
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the alarm
time (minutes).
Press the [ ] button.
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Press the [] or [] button to set the alarm ring
tone.
The options are:
Rooster, Forest or Church Bell.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or the
[ ] button to exit.
Note: The current time must be set correctly before setting up this
feature.
When the alarm sounds, press any button on the
frame or the remote control. The DPF will enter
the snooze mode.
To cancel the alarm, press [ ] button on the
frame or the [OK] button on the remote control.
Alarm 2
Allows you to set Alarm 2. The alarm can be set
to ring at a specified time on a single occasion or
everyday.
Press the [ ] button to select.
The alarm can be set as described for ‘Alarm 1’.
Alarm 3
Allows you to set Alarm 3. The alarm can be set
to ring at a specified time on a single occasion or
everyday.
Press the [ ] button to select.
The alarm can be set as described for ‘Alarm 1’.
Allows you to set Alarm 4. The alarm can be set
to ring at a specified time on a single occasion or
everyday.
Press the [ ] button to select.
The alarm can be set as described for ‘Alarm 1’.
Allows you to set the display mode when one of
the alarms rings.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to select the alarm
mode:
The options are:
Digital Clock: The DPF will display the
digital clock.
Analog Clock: The DPF will display the
analog clock.
Calendar: The DPF will display the calendar.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or the [ ]
button to exit.
Note: If the DPF is in standby, only the alarm will ring. The DPF will
remain in standby. The alarm will ring three separate times before
switching off.
Alarm Mode
Alarm 4
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Snooze
Alarm Volume
Allows you to set the volume of the alarm ring.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to select the desired
volume.
The available options are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or the [ ]
button to exit.
Allows you to set the snooze interval between
alarm rings.
Press the [ ] button to select.
Press the [] or [] button to select the snooze
interval.
The available options are: off, 1 min, 5 mins and
10 mins.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or the [ ]
button to exit.
Contrast
Brightness
General Setup
Language
Set up the language of the OSD menu.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button and select the
required language then press the [ ] button.
Adjust the brightness of the screen.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button and select the
required brightness level then press the [ ]
button.
The available options are:
+3, +2, +1, 0, -1, -2, -3.
Adjust the contrast of the screen.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button and select the
required contrast level then press the [ ] button.
The available options are:
+3, +2, +1, 0, -1, -2, -3.
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Auto run
Saturation
Adjust the saturation of the screen.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button and select the
required saturation level then press the [ ]
button.
The available options are:
+3, +2, +1, 0, -1, -2, -3.
Set the DPF to run in a specified mode
automatically when you switch on.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to select the mode
you desire:
Photo: The DPF will start a slideshow when
switched on .
Main menu: The DPF will display the main menu
when switched on.
Clock: The DPF will display the clock when
switched on.
Calendar: The DPF will display the calendar
when switched on.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
To set the DPF to turn off at the specified time on
a single occasion or everyday.
Press the [ ] button.
Press [] or [] button to select the required
option.
The options are:
Off : Disables the auto power off function.
Once: The DPF turns off at the specified time
once.
Every day: The DPF will turn off at the specified
time everyday.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the time for
the DPF to turn off (hours).
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the time for
the DPF to turn off (minutes).
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
Note: The current time must be set correctly before setting up this
feature.
Power off
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To set the DPF to turn on at the specified time on
a single occasion or everyday.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to select the required
option.
The options are:
Off : Disables the auto power on function.
Once: The DPF turns on at the specified time
once.
Every day: The DPF will turn on at the specified
time everyday.
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the start time
(hour).
Press the [ ] button.
Press the [] or [] button to set the start time
(minutes).
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
Note: The current time must be set correctly before setting up this
feature.
Power on
Default
Motion Sensor
Hint time
When first switched on the pictures will display as a Slide Show.
Thereafter the display will depend on the setup you have customised.
NOTES: You should only insert one memory card at any time.
• If you switch on the DPF with a USB drive and a memory card
inserted in the frame, the memory card photos will be displayed.
• If you have a USB drive inserted then insert a media card the DPF
will play the media card and vice versa.
To insert a memory card. Position the card with the cropped corner
facing down and press gently in.
To release a memory card. Grip both sides of the card and gently pull
out.
INSTALLING A USB DEVICE OR
MEMORY CARD
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Allows you to set how long to display the hint for
button operation while playing a slideshow.
Press the [ ] button.
Press [] or [] button to select the required
amount of time.
The available options are: 0s, 5s, 10s, 20s.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
Allows you to choose the period of time in which
movement must be detected before the DPF is
switched into standby mode.
Press the [] or [] button to select the required
amount of time.
The available options are: off, 5 minutes, 10
minutes or 20 minutes.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
Reset all settings to the default.
Press the [ ] button.
Press [] or [] to select Yes or No.
Press the [ ] button to confirm or press the
[ ] button to exit.
USB
Clock
Calendar
Setup
SD/MMC/MS
Appears when you insert a SD, SDHC, MMC or
MS card.
Appears when you insert a USB device.
To display the Clock on the screen.
To display the Calendar on the screen.
To customize the settings of DPF.
MAIN MENU
• When a USB device or memory card is inserted into the DPF, the
corresponding icon and description appears on the main menu.
• From the main menu, you can select the connected source to view
photos, play music and photos, change the settings, or display the
calendar and clock.
1. Press the [M] button to access the main menu. All connected
media sources, clock, calendar and setup icons and descriptions are
displayed.
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Files
Video
Music
Photo
Start a slideshow or viewing photos of the media
source manually.
Browse all music files of the media source; and
copy or delete files.
Browse all video files of the media source; and
copy or delete files.
Browse all files of the media source; and copy or
delete files (refer to Managing files on page 20).
Note: If you insert a USB device or memory card into to the DPF after
switching on the frame, the DPF will start a slideshow automatically.
2. Press the [] or [] button to select the media source, and then
press the [ ] button. The mode menu appears. Use the ] or
[] button to select Photo, Music, Video or Files.
VIEWING A SINGLE PHOTO
You can select a single photo to be displayed on the screen:
1. Select a photo in the thumbnail view, and press the [ ] button. The
selected photo is displayed on the screen. After a short delay, the
slide show will start with the next photo.
2. Press the [] or [] button to select Photo, and then press the [ ]
button. The photos are displayed on the screen as thumbnails.
3. To navigate through the thumbnails or move to the next or previous
page of thumbnails, press the [], [] , [ ] or [ ] buttons.
VIEWING THUMBNAILS
In photo mode, the photos on the selected media device can be
displayed on the screen as thumbnails. Up to 15 photos are displayed
at a time.
1. Select a media source from the main menu and press the [ ]
button. The mode menu appears.
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PLAYING A SLIDESHOW
You can play a slide show using any of the following methods.
1. Insert a media device when the DPF is switched on, the slideshow
will automatically start.
2. Press the [ ] button on the remote control. This will start a
slideshow from anywhere within the menu structure.
3. From the thumbnail screen press the [ ]. This button will start a
slideshow from the selected photo.
Note: Do not set hint time to “0” in setup menu, if you want the DPF to
display instructions for button operation.
2. To skip to the previous or next photo, press the [ ] or [ ] button
3. To return to the thumbnail view, press the [ ] button.
• To pause the slideshow and view a single photo, press the [ ]
button. To resume the slideshow, press the [ ] button again.
• Press the [ ] button to exit the slideshow and view the photos as
thumbnails.
• Press the [M] button or the [OSD] button on the remote control to
open the OSD menu.
• To zoom in, highlight ( ) and press the [ ] button repeatedly to
magnify. The magnification options are: X2, X4, X8, X16. When a
photo is magnified, press the [] , [] , [ ] or [ ] button to view
the other parts of the photo.
Note: If the OSD menu is displayed, you cannot view other parts of the
photo. Press the [M] button on the frame or the [OSD] button to hide
the OSD menu
• To Rotate a photo, highlight ( ) and press the [ ] button
repeatedly. The options are: 90°, 180°, 270°.
• To start the slideshow from the first photo, highlight [ ] and press
the [ ] button.
• Exit and return to thumbnail screen, highlight ( ) and press the
[ ] button.
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2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to navigate between the icons on the
OSD menu.
• To start or resume slideshow from the current photo, highlight ( )
and press the [ ] button, the ( ) icon is changed to (II) icon.
• To play background music, highlight ( ) and press the [ ] button,
or you can also press the [ ] button on the remote control. The DPF
will play the first available music file on the media source. Adjust the
volume using the [VOL+] or [VOL-] button.
USING THE OSD PHOTO MENU
You can also use the OSD photo menu to manually view the photos
one by one.
1. Press the [M] button on the frame or the [OSD] button on the
remote control whilst viewing a photo or slideshow. The OSD menu
appears on the screen and the slideshow will be paused. The II icon
is shown in the top left hand corner of the frame.
2. Press the [] or [] button to select Music, and press the [ ]
button. All the music files and folders appear.
3. Press the [] or [] button to navigate between files and folders.
• To open a folder, highlight it and press the [ ] button or the [ ]
button.
• To play a music file, highlight it and press the [ ] button. The music
menu will appear.
4. Music files can be copied and deleted within the music file list. Refer
to Copying Files and Deleting Files on page 21.
LISTENING TO MUSIC
In music mode, you can browse and play the music files on the media
device. You can also copy and delete music files.
1. Select a media source from the main menu and press the [ ]
button. The mode menu appears.
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1. Press the [] or [] button to navigate between the icons on the
music menu.
• To start or resume playback of the current music file, highlight ( )
and press the [ ] button. The ( ) icon is changed to the (II) icon.
• To select the previous music file, highlight ( ) and press the
[ ] button.
• To select the next music file, highlight ( ) and press the [ ] button.
• To fast rewind within the current music file, highlight ( ) and press
and hold the [ ] button. Release the [ ] button when the desired
point in the music file has been reached. Playback of the music file
will continue from this point.
USING THE MUSIC MENU
You can use the music menu to control playback of music files. The
music menu lists the Title, Artist, Album and Year of the music file
currently being played.
2. Press the [] or [] button to select Video, and press the [ ]
button. All the video files and folders appear.
WATCHING VIDEOS
In video mode, you can browse and play the video files on the media
device. You can also copy and delete video files.
1. Select a media source from the main menu and press the [ ]
button. The mode menu appears.
• To fast forward within the current music file, highlight ( ) and
press and hold the [ ] button. Release the [ ] button when the
desired point in the music file has been reached. Playback of the
music file will continue from this point.
Note: The timeline in the middle of the screen displays the current
playback position of the music file.
• To adjust the volume, press the [Vol +] or [Vol -] buttons.
• To exit and return to the music file list, highlight ( ) and press the
[ ] button.
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2. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to navigate between the icons on the
video OSD menu.
• To start or resume playback of the current video file, highlight ( )
and press the [ ] button. The ( ) icon is changed to the (II) icon.
USING THE VIDEO OSD MENU
You can use the video OSD menu to control playback of video files.
1. Press the [M] button on the frame or the [OSD] button on the
remote control whilst watching a video. The video OSD menu will
appear on the screen.
3. Press the [] or [] button to navigate between files and folders.
• To open a folder, highlight it and press the [ ] button or the [ ]
button.
• To play a video file, highlight it and press the [ ] button. Playback of
the select video file begins.
4. Video files can be copied and deleted within the video file list. Refer
to Copying Files and Deleting Files on page 21.
2. Press the [] or [] button to select Files, and press the [ ]
button. The file list appears.
3. Use the [] or [] button to navigate between files and folders.
• To open a folder, highlight it and press the [ ] button or [ ] button.
To return to the previous directory, press the [ ] button.
• To play a file, highlight it and press the [ ] button. To step to the
next file press the [ ] or [ ] button. To return to file list, press the
[ ] button.
MANAGING FILES
You can view all playable files and folders on the media device. You can
also copy files from one media device to another media device or delete
the files.
1. Select a media device (e.g. USB, SD/MMC/MS) in the main menu
and press the [ ] button. The mode menu appears.
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• To select the previous video file, highlight ( ) and press the
[ ] button.
• To select the next video file, highlight ( ) and press the [ ] button.
• To fast rewind within the current video file, highlight ( ) and press
and hold the [ ] button. Release the [ ] button when the desired
point in the video file has been reached. Playback of the video file
will continue from this point.
• To fast forward within the current video file, highlight ( ) and
press and hold the [ ] button. Release the [ ] button when the
desired point in the video file has been reached. Playback of the
video file will continue from this point.
Note: The timeline in the video OSD displays the current playback
position of the video file.
• To exit and return to the video file list, highlight ( ) and press the
[ ] button.
DISPLAYING THE CLOCK OR CALENDAR
You can switch your DPF to Clock or Calendar mode where the current
time or the calendar is displayed on the screen together with a
slideshow.
1. Select the Clock or Calendar icon in the main menu and press the
[ ] button.
The Clock or Calendar is displayed on the screen and photos in the
media device will start as a slideshow.
3. Use the [] or [] button to select Copy or Copy All and press the
[ ] button. The media devices connected to the unit are displayed.
4. Use the [] , [] , [ ] or [ ] button to select the required media
device.
5. Press the [ ] button to start copying files.
Note: If your required media device is not shown, it could be write
protected. Please unlock and try again.
6. When the files have been copied, Finished will be displayed on the
screen. Press the [ ] button to confirm.
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DELETING FILES
1. Highlight a file by using the [] or [] button and press the
[ ] button. A check mark is displayed next to the file.
To select more files, repeat the above step.
2. Press the [M] button or press the [OSD] button on the remote
control. A window with Copy, Copy All and Delete options will be
displayed on the screen.
3. Use the [] or [] button to select Delete, and then press the
[ ] button.
4. Use the [ ] or [ ] button to select “Yes” or “No” to delete the file or
exit without deleting.
5. When the files have been deleted, Finished will be displayed on the
screen. Press the [ ] button to confirm.
COPYING FILES
1. Highlight a file by using the [] or [] button and press the
[ ] button. A check mark is displayed next to the file. To select
more files, repeat the above step.
2. Press the [M] button or press the [OSD] button on the remote
control. A window with Copy, Copy All and Delete options will be
displayed on the screen.
CLEANING THE PLASTIC PANEL
1. With the DPF facing down on a hard surface remove the 2 x thumb
screws and carefully lift the display unit from the frame.
Note: Do not touch the display unit screen with your fingers.
2. Clean the glass panel using a lint free cloth.
3. Replace the display unit into the frame.
4. Replace the 2 x thumb screws and tighten finger tight.
2. To exit the Clock or Calendar mode, press the [ ] button.
Note:
• The date, time, date format and time format can be adjusted in
Setup mode.
• You can choose to display a digital clock or analogue clock in Setup
mode.
• Setup mode allows you to determine if you want to display a
thumbnail or not.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If your DPF seems not to be working as well as you might expect, please
work through this checklist before returning the product to Tesco.
The DPF will not switch on.
Check the power supply connections, switch on again.
The DPF will not play pictures on a media device.
The pictures must be in jpg form and smaller than 8000 x 8000 pixels.
The DPF will not copy pictures to a media device.
The media device is full. The media device is write-protected. The media
device will need re-formatting even though you can play pictures from
the media device on the DPF.
The remote control is erratic.
The remote control is too far from the DPF. There is something between
the remote control and the DPF. Replace the battery.
AFTER USE
Switch the DPF off using the ON/OFF switch. Unplug the adaptor from
the mains and then unplug the adaptor from the DPF.
Remove any media device.
Store the unit and power adaptor in a cool dry place, out of the reach of
children and pets.
Note: Though you can leave the frame in Standby indefinitely we do
not recommend this for the following reasons:
• The USB ports are powered in standby mode.
• The connected AC adaptor cable could be a source of danger.
• You will consume power unnecessarily.
Further Information
The screen resolution is 800x600 pixels. This is a total resolution of
480,000 pixels (0.48MP). High resolution pictures will slow loading
times without improving viewability.
After extended use, the frame may get warm. This is normal and not a
cause for concern.
Contrary to popular belief, if you leave a static picture on the screen for a
long time you may leave a permanent ‘after image’ on the screen. Slide
show mode stops this from occurring.
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Warranty
Your Technika appliance is covered by a
warranty for 12 months from the date of
purchase. If a fault develops during this period,
please contact the TESCO electrical help line
on 0845 456 6767. Please have your original
purchase receipt with you when you call. This
warranty in no way affects your consumer
rights.
Specifications
Power Supply: DC 5V, 2A
Power adaptor: AC100-240V~50/60Hz,
0.4A
Screen Resolution: 800x600 pixels
Picture Format: JPEG, ≤ 8000*8000 pxl
USB Compliance: USB 1.1or higher
Memory Card: SD/SDHC/MMC/MS
Weight:
852 g
UK: Waste electrical products
should not be disposed of with
household waste. Separate
disposal facilities exist, for your
nearest facilities see www.recycle-more.co.uk
or in-store for details.
ROI: Produced after 13th August 2005. Waste
electrical products should not be disposed of
with household waste. Please recycle where
facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority
or retailer for recycling advice.
Tesco Stores Ltd, Delamare Road, Cheshunt, Herts, EN8 9SL
Care and Cleaning
Care and cleaning operations should be carried
out with the unit unplugged from the mains.
Clean the plastic parts with a barely damp
cloth and then dry carefully.
Do NOT touch the screen with bare fingers, hard
or pointed objects. Clean the screen carefully
with a special cloth, such as a Calotherm cloth
available from chemists and opticians.
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