Philips SPF1237, SPF1237/12 User manual

Philips SPF1237, SPF1237/12 User manual
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SPF1237
EN User Manual
Contents
1 Important
Safety
Notice
Banned Substance Declaration
2 Your PhotoFrame
Introduction
What’s in the box
Overview of the remote control
Overview of your PhotoFrame
3 Get started
Install the stand
Connect power
Turn on the PhotoFrame
Transfer photos
4 Display photos
Manage slideshow and photos
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9 Product information
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10 Frequently asked questions
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11 Glossary
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5 Browse and manage photos
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6 Clock and calendar
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7 Setup
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Select an on-screen language
Adjust display brightness
Set time and date
Set display auto on/off
Select slideshow frequency
Select a slideshow transition effect
View the status of the PhotoFrame
Restore factory defaults
8 Upgrade the PhotoFrame
Need help?
Please visit www.philips.com/welcome where
you can access a full set of supporting materials
such as user manual, the latest software updates
and answers to frequently asked questions.
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1 Important
Safety
Safety precautions and maintenance
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Never touch, push, rub or strike the
screen with hard objects as this may
damage the screen permanently.
When the product is not used for long
periods, unplug it.
Before you clean the screen, turn off and
unplug the power cord. Only clean the
screen with a soft, water-damp cloth.
Never use substances such as alcohol,
chemicals or household cleaners to clean
the product.
Never place the product near naked
direct sunlight.
Never expose the product to rain or
water. Never place liquid containers, such
as vases, near the product.
Never drop the product. When you drop
the product, it will be damaged.
Ensure that you install and use services or
software only from trustworthy sources
free of virus or harmful software.
This product is designed for indoor use
only.
Only use the supplied power adaptor for
the product.
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Notice
This product is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directives 2006/95/EC (Low
Voltage), 2004/108/EC (EMC).
The making of unauthorized copies of
copy-protected material, including computer
recordings, may be an infringement of
copyrights and constitute a criminal offence.
This equipment should not be used for such
purposes.
End of life disposal
Your new product contains materials that
can be recycled and reused. Specialized
companies can recycle your product to
increase the amount of reusable materials
and to minimize the amount to be
disposed of.
on how to dispose your old monitor from
your local Philips dealer.
(For customers in Canada and U.S.A.)
Dispose the old product in accordance to
local-state and federal regulations.
For additional information on recycling contact
www.eia.org (Consumer Education Initiative).
Recycling Information for Customers
Philips establishes technically and
economically viable objectives to optimize
the environmental performance of the
organization’s product, service and activities.
From the planning, design and production
stages, Philips emphasizes the importance of
making products that can easily be recycled.
At Philips, end-of-life management primarily
entails participation in national take-back
initiatives and recycling programs whenever
possible, preferably in cooperation with
competitors.
There is currently a system of recycling up and
running in the European countries, such as
The Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, Sweden
and Denmark.
In U.S.A., Philips Consumer Lifestyle North
America has contributed funds for the
Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) Electronics
Recycling Project and state recycling initiatives
for end-of-life electronics products from
household sources. In addition, the Northeast
Recycling Council (NERC) - a multi-state
recycling market development - plans to
implement a recycling program.
be taken back by Environment Protection
Administration (EPA) to follow the IT product
recycling management process, detail can be
found in web site www.epa.gov.tw.
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured
with high quality materials and components,
which can be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol
is attached to a product it means that the
product is covered by the European Directive
2002/96/EC.
Please inform yourself about the local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. Correct disposal of
your old product helps to prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health.
Your product contains batteries covered by
the European Directive 2006/66/EC, which
cannot be disposed with normal household
waste.Please inform yourself about the local
rules on separate collection of batteries
because correct disposal helps to prevent
negative consequences for the environmental
and human health.
North Europe Information (Nordic
Countries)
VARNING:
FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE
OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA, NÄR
DU STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS.
Placering/Ventilation
ADVARSEL:
SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT
NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG STIKKONTAKT
ER NEMT TILGÆNGELIGE.
Paikka/Ilmankierto
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VAROITUS:
SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO
VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA HELPOSTI
IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA.
Plassering/Ventilasjon
ADVARSEL:
NÅR DETTE UTSTYRET PLASSERES, MÅ
DU PASSE PÅ AT KONTAKTENE FOR
STØMTILFØRSEL ER LETTE Å NÅ.
Banned Substance
Declaration
This product complies with RoHS.
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2 Your
PhotoFrame
Congratulations on your purchase, and
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User Manual
User manual
Overview of the remote
control
Introduction
With Philips Digital PhotoFrame, you can display
JPEG photos in high quality directly from your
memories cards.
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d
MENU
OK
What’s in the box
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b
Philips Digital PhotoFrame
Stand
a MENU
Press to enter/exit a menu.
b OK
Press to play/pause slideshow.
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c
AC-DC power adaptor
/ /
Press to select the upper/lower/
right/left option.
Press to go to the home screen.
Press to go back.
d
MENU
OK
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Remote control
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Overview of your
PhotoFrame
a
b
c
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a
BACK|POWER
Hold to turn on/off the PhotoFrame
Press to go to the home screen
Press to go back
b
/
/ /
Press to select the upper/lower/
right/left option
c OK
Press to play/pause slideshow
d MENU
Press to enter/exit a menu
e
f
Kensington lock
SD/MMC/MS/MS Pro
Slot for an SD/MMC/MS/MS Pro
card
g DC
Socket for the AC-DC power
adaptor
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h Stand hole
i Wall mounting hole
3 Get started
Connect power
Note
Caution
When you position the PhotoFrame, make
sure that the power plug and outlet are easily
accessible.
Use the controls only as stated in this user
manual.
Always follow the instructions in this chapter in
sequence.
If you contact Philips, you will be asked for the
model and serial number of this apparatus. The
model number and serial number are on the
back of the apparatus. Write the numbers here:
Model No. __________________________
Serial No. ___________________________
Install the stand
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attach the supplied stand to the back of the
PhotoFrame.
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Insert the stand into the PhotoFrame.
Connect the supplied power adaptor to:
the DC socket of the PhotoFrame
the AC outlet
» A few seconds later, the PhotoFrame
turns on automatically.
Turn on the PhotoFrame
Note
When you connect the PhotoFrame to a
power supply, the PhotoFrame turns on
automatically.
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Screw the stand into the stand hole
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When the PhotoFrame is turned off and
connected to the power supply, you can
press BACK|POWER to turn on the
PhotoFrame.
» A few seconds later, the home screen
is displayed.
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You can play JPEG photos on one of the
following storage device that is connected to
the PhotoFrame:
Secure Digital (SD)
Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
Multimedia Card (MMC)
Memory Stick (MS)
Memory Stick Pro (MS Pro, with adaptor)
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PhotoFrame:
The screen prompts you to select a
language.
However, we do not guarantee the operations
for all types of storage device media.
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Insert a storage device into the slot.
Press / to select a language, and then
press OK
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Turn off the PhotoFrame
Note
You can only turn off the PhotoFrame after all
copy and save actions are complete.
To turn off the PhotoFrame, press and
hold BACK|POWER for 2 seconds.
Transfer photos
Caution
Do not remove a storage device from the
PhotoFrame when you are transferring photos
from the storage device.
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To copy photos to the PhotoFrame:
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Select [Yes], and then press OK to
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To display photos directly:
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Select [No], and then press OK to
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Select [Play], and then press OK.
To remove a storage device, pull it out.
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4 Display photos
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In the home menu, press /
[Play] and then press OK.
to select
» Photos are displayed in slideshow
mode.
During slideshow, press /
the next/previous photo.
to display
Manage slideshow and photos
You can take the following steps to manage a
photo in slideshow.
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During slideshow, press MENU.
» A menu bar is displayed.
2
Press / to select an icon, and then
press OK.
: Zoom in a photo
: Rotate a photo
: Select a display mode.
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: Save a photo from the connected
USB storage device to the
PhotoPhrame
: Delete a photo
To exit the menu bar, press MENU again.
5 Browse and
manage photos
You can browse and manage photos.
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In the home menu, press / to select
[Browse], and then press OK.
» The album thumbnails are displayed.
To manage photos:
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Select a photo, and then press MENU.
» A menu bar is displayed.
2
Press / to select an icon, and then
press OK.
: Play photos in slideshow
: Rotate a photo
: Change source device
: Save a photo from the connected
USB storage device to the
PhotoPhrame
: Delete a photo
To exit the menu bar, press MENU again.
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6 Clock and
calendar
You can display clock and calendar in slideshow
or display the clock separately.
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Ensure that you have set the time and
date correctly.
2
In the home menu, press /
[Clock], and then press OK.
3
Press / to select different clock/
calendar display mode.
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to select
7 Setup
1
In the home menu, press / to select
[Settings], and then press OK.
2
Select a brightness level, and then press
OK.
Set time and date
1
Select [Set Time]/[Set Date], and then
press OK.
2
Press / / / to set time/time
format or date, and then press OK.
Select an on-screen language
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2
Select [Language], and then press OK.
Select a language, and then press OK.
Adjust display brightness
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Select [Brightness], and then press OK.
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Select slideshow frequency
Note
If the PhotoFrame is disconnected from the
power supply for a long time, you need set
time and date again after you turn on the
PhotoFrame.
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Select [Slideshow Interval], and then
press OK.
2
Select an interval, and then press OK to
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Set display auto on/off
With the SmartPower feature, you can
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on or off the display automatically.
Note
Ensure that you set the current time and date
of the PhotoFrame correctly before you set
the auto on/off function.
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2
Select [Set Off-Time]/[Set On-Time],
and then press OK.
Select a slideshow transition
effect
1
Select [Transition Effect], and then press
OK.
2
Select an option, and then press OK.
Select [On]/[Off] to turn on/off the timer.
View the status of the
PhotoFrame
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Press / /
press OK.
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to set time, and then
Select [Info].
» The information of the PhotoFrame is
displayed on the right of the screen.
Restore factory defaults
1
Select [Default Settings], and then press
OK.
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Select [Yes], and then press OK.
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8 Upgrade the
PhotoFrame
Caution
Do not power off the PhotoFrame during
upgrade.
If there is a software update, you can download
the latest software from www.philips.com/
support to upgrade your PhotoFrame. The
earlier software is unavailable on line.
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Visit www.philips.com/support.
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Download the latest software onto the
root directory of an SD card.
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5
Insert the SD card into the PhotoFrame.
Search for your PhotoFrame and go to
the software section.
Turn on the PhotoFrame
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Select [Yes], and then press OK to
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» When the upgrade is complete, the
PhotoFrame reboots.
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9 Product
information
Note
Product information is subject to change
without prior notice.
Picture/Display
Viewing angle: @ C/R > 10, 120°
(H)/100° (V)
Lifetime, to 50% brightness: 20000 hr
Aspect ratio: 16:10
Panel visible resolution: 432 x 234
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Brightness (typical): 160 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical): 300:1
Photo format supported:
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Up to 64 Megapixels)
Progressive JPEG photo (Up to 1024
x 768 pixels)
Storage media
Memory card types:
Secure Digital (SD)
Secure Digital (SDHC)
Multimedia Card (MMC)
Memory Stick (MS)
Memory Stick Pro (MS Pro)
USB storage device:
Compatibility: USB 2.0
Class support: MSC (Mass Storage
Class)
Maximum memory: 64 GB
File system: FAT32
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Maximum level of directory: 5
Built-in memory capacity:
SPF1237: 128 MB
Dimensions & Weight
Set dimensions without stand (W x H
x D): 205.5 x 138 x 25 mm
Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D):
205.5 x 138 x 102.5 mm
Weight without stand: 0.31 kg
Power
Power mode supported: AC powered
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Average consumption (system on): 4.5 W
Power adaptor:
Manufacturer: Philips Consumer
Lifestyle International B.V.
Model number: ASUC12x-050100
(x=E, B, C, I)
Input: AC 100-240V ~ 50-60Hz
0.3A
Output : DC 5V
1000mA
Adaptor
Region
Europe, Russia, and
Singapore
U.K. and Hong Kong
Australia and New
Zealand
ASUC12I-050100 China
Temperature
Operation: 0°C - 40°C/32°F - 104°F
Storage: -10°C - 60°C/14°F - 140°F
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10 Frequently
asked questions
Is the LCD screen touch-enabled?
The LCD screen is not touch-enabled. Use the
buttons on the back to control the PhotoFrame.
Can I switch different slideshow photos by
using different memory cards?
Yes. When a memory card is connected to
the PhotoFrame, you can play photos on the
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Will the LCD be damaged, if I keep showing
the same photo for a long time?
No. The PhotoFrame can display the same
photo continuously for 72 hours without any
damage to the LCD screen.
Why does my PhotoFrame not show some of
my photos?
The PhotoFrame supports only JPEG photos.
Ensure that these JPEG photos are not
damaged.
Can I use the PhotoFrame during its display
auto-off periods?
Yes. You can press and hold to wake up the
PhotoFrame.
Why does the PhotoFrame not go into autooff status after I set it?
Ensure that you set the current time, autooff time, and auto-on time correctly. The
PhotoFrame automatically turns off its display
exactly at the auto-off time. If the time has
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already passed for the day, it starts to enter
next day.
Can I increase the memory size to store more
pictures on the PhotoFrame?
No. The internal memory of the PhotoFrame
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you could switch between different photos
by using different storage devices on the
PhotoFrame.
After I insert a memory card and transfer all
folder structure saved on the PhotoFrame is
different from the original structure on the
memory card. Why?
The PhotoFrame can only read a folder
structure up to 3 levels and write on only
1-level folder structure. In that case, photos
on a memory card, which are in folders with
the same name but in different levels, will be
saved in the same folder on the PhotoFrame.
For example, photos in folders “\AA”, “\01\
AA” and “\02\AA” on a memory card will all
be copied into the folder named “\AA” on the
PhotoFrame.
What is the best resolution of photos to be
displayed on the PhotoFrame?
The best resolution is 432 x 270, 864 x 540,
or a similar aspect ratio.
Why does the PhotoFrame automatically turn
off?
If you enable the SmartPower function, the
PhotoFrame automatically turns off at the
preset time. For details, see section “Set
display auto on/off”.
11 Glossary
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Aspect ratio
Aspect ratio refers to the length to height
ratio of TV screens. The ratio of a standard
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or wide TV is 16:9. The letter box allows you
to enjoy a picture with a wider perspective on
a standard 4:3 screen.
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JPEG
A very common digital still picture format.
A still-picture data compression system
proposed by the Joint Photographic Expert
Group, which features small decrease in image
quality in spite of its high compression ratio.
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‘.jpg’ or ‘.jpeg.’
K
Kbps
Kilobits per second. A digital-data-rate
measurement system which is often used
with highly compressed formats such as AAC,
DAB, MP3 etc. The higher the amount, the
better the quality generally is.
Kensington lock
A Kensington Security Slot (also called a
K-Slot or Kensington lock). Part of an antitheft system. It is a small, metal-reinforced
hole found on almost all small or portable
computer and electronics equipment,
particularly on expensive and/or relatively light
ones, such as laptops, computer monitors,
desktop computers, gaming consoles, and
video projectors. It is used for attaching a
lock-and-cable apparatus, in particular those
from Kensington.
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Memory Stick
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storage on cameras, camcorders and other
handheld devices.
MMC Card
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memory for read/write applications or ROM
chips (ROM-MMC) for static information, the
latter widely used for adding applications to a
Palm PDA.
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SD Card
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card that provides storage for digital cameras,
cellphones and PDAs. SD Cards use the same
32 x 24mm form factor as the MultiMediaCard
(MMC), but are slightly thicker (2.1mm vs.
1.4mm), and SD Card readers accept both
formats. Cards up to 4GB are available.
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Thumbnail
A thumbnail is reduced-size versions of a
picture that is used to make it easier to
recognize an them. Thumbnails serve the
same role for images as a normal text index
does for words.
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