Maxell DPF101
Digital Photo Frame
USER MANUAL
MultiMediaCard
JPEG PLAYER
Table of contents
Precautions and maintenance
Cleaning the LCD Screen
Important Safety Precautions
Remote Controller Function Buttons
Installing and replacing the Remote Control Battery
Player Overview
Play Photo File
Play Video File
Play Music File
Play Photo+Music File
Setup
Calender
Troubleshooting Guide
Specifications
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Introduction
Precautions and Maintenance
For indoor use only.
To avoid risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to moisture.
To avoid overheating, do not block the ventilation holes on the back of this digital photo frame at any time.
Keep this Multimedia Digital Photo Frame out of sunlight. Direct sunlight may cause damage.
Do not dismantle the Multimedia Digital Photo Frame. There is a risk of electric shock, and there are no user
serviceable parts inside. Dismantling your Multimedia Digital Photo Frame will void your warranty.
Do not use the Multimedia Digital Photo Frame if conditions could allow condensation to occur, or damage
may result.
Cleaning the LCD Screen
Treat the screen gently. The screen on the multimedia Digital Photo Frame is made of glass and can
be easily scratched or broken.
If finger prints or dust accumulates on the LCD screen, we recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth
such as a camera lens cloth to clean the LCD screen.
If you use the LCD cleaning Kit sold at retail outlets, do not apply the cleaning liquid directly to the
LCD screen. Moisten the cleaning cloth with the cleaning solution and apply the cloth to the screen.
WARNING:
Please STOP the unit before inserting or removing a card or USB Drive. Failure to do so may
cause damage to the card/USB and the unit.
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Important Safety Precautions
Read these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has
two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong is provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinch particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Unplug this apparatus during lightening 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 power supply cord or plug is damaged. Liquid has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally or has been dropped.
This symbol on the product or in the instructions means that your electronic
equipment should be disposed at the end of its life separately from your
household waste. Ther e are separate collection systems for recycling in the EU.
For more information, please contact the local authority or your retailer where you
purchased the product.
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Remote Controller Function Buttons
1. UP BUTTON(
): Up cursor selection.
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2. SETUP BUTTON: Used to enter the photo frame
setup options.
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3. ENTER BUTTON: Used to confirm options.
4. LEFT SHIFT BUTTON(
5. EXIT BUTTON: Press EXIT key to return into last
interface.
6. DOWN BUTTON(
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): Left cursor selection
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): Down cursor selection.
7. VOL- BUTTON: Used to adjust the volume.
8. ZOOM BUTTON: Used to zoom into the image.
Used to select multiple files in photo menu.
9. ROTATE BUTTON: Picture rotate 90 clockwise.
12. MUTE BUTTON(
): Press once to silence
audio
playback. Press again to resume audio playback.
10. SLIDE SHOW BUTTON: Pressing this the button
will select Photo+Music play.
13. RIGHT SHIFT BUTTON(
selecting.
11. VOL+ BUTTON: Used to adjust the volume.
14. POWER BUTTON(
ON/OFF the player.
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): Right cursor
): This is used to turn
Installing and replacing the Remote Control Battery
1. Remote control face down, pop out the battery
tray.
2. Insert the batteries.
CR2025
Insert the batteries according to the correct
(+)(-) polarity.
3. Close the
1. Do not leave dead batteries in the remote control.
2. If you do not use the remote control for a long period of
time, remove the battery.
Note:
1. Point the remote control directly at the digital
frame remote sensor.
2. Do not leave the remote control in an extremely hot
or humid place.
3. Do not spill water or put anything wet on the
remote control.
4. Battery life is 1 year under normal operating conditions.
battery tray.
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Player Overview
Key control and Key functions:
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5. UP BUTTON(
): Functional selection button and
rotate 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
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6. DOWN BUTTON(
): Functional selection button
and rotate 90 degrees clockwise.
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7. STANDBY BUTTON: Used to power on and off the
Digital Photo Frame.
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8. DC 5V:Input for the DC Power Adapter into the DPF.
9. ON/OFF: Used to power on and off the Digital Photo
Frame.
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1. ENTER BUTTON: Used to confirm options. and
Pause or Play.
10. SD/MMC/MS CARD: The socket for DPF player to
connect the SD/MMC or MS memory card.
2. MENU BUTTON: Press MENU key to return to last
interface. Use for setup programs, then by pressing
long (over 2 seconds) enter to execute the command.
11. USB: Connect to a USB drive.
12. Bracket jack.
3. RIGHT SHIFT BUTTON( W ): Right cursor selection
and next photo.
4. LEFT SHIFT BUTTON( X ): Left cursor selection
and previous photo.
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Play Photo File
Play Video File
Turn on the DPF, insert memory card or USB, press
menu button two times then back to select mode
(Fig 3).
Power on, if the digital frame is not inserted with
memory cards there will be no pictures, video or
music , DPF screen will display as (Fig 1).
Pictures will be played automatically when you plug
the memory cards or the USB Drive.
Press MENU key to return to Photo menu ( Fig 2 ) .
Enter picture playing mode by selecting Photo in
the Select Mode (Fig 3).
Operation:
In Select Cards mode, you can choose different
memory cards by W or X key. Press ENTER key
to confirm.
800X600
Name:
IMG_0168.JPG
Fig 2
Video
Photo
Fig 1
Fig 3
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Play music File
Play Photo+Music File
Music will be played automatically when you
plug the memory cards or the USB Drive.
Press MENU key to return to Select Mode.
Pictures and music will be combo played
automatically when you plug the memory cards or the
USB Drive.
Press MENU key to return to Photo menu.
Enter the music playing mode by selecting Music in
the Select Mode (Fig 4).
Enter the pictures and music combo playing mode by
selecting Slideshow in the Select Mode (Fig 5).
Music
SlideShow
Fig 4
Fig 5
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Setup
Operation:
In any menu, press SETUP key to go into the SETUP
interface (Fig 6).
Press
key to choose the selection item.
Use the ENTER button to change the setting.
Image Size
Slide Show Effect
Slide Show Interval
Split Slide Show
Music Play Mode
Music AS Alarm
Start Slide Show
Calendar
Rotate
Fig 6
1. Image Size
Allows how the images are displayed on the photo
frame. Choose between: Auto Fit, Optimal
or Full.
2. Slide Show Effect
Set different effects to the image slideshow. There
are 8 options :Random, Split Horizontal in, Split
Horizontal out, Jalousie, Split Vertical in, Split
Vertical out, Radiation, Surround.
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3. Slide Show Interval
Change the speed of the slideshow.
From 1 seconds to 3 hours.
Do this by pressing ST button.
4. Split Slide Show
Allows user to change the four screen display from
On to Off.
5. Music Play Mode
To set the music play repeat mode. There are 4
options: Single Repeat, Circular, No Repeat and
Single.
6. Music AS Alarm
Allow the alarm to be set up as the music selected.
(Only can run when the music is playing)
7. Start Slide Show
Start slide show.
8. Rotate
Rotate Photos 90 degrees Clockwise.
(Effective when preview pictures on full screen)
9. Zoom
To zoom in and out on files.
(Effective when preview pictures on full screen)
10. Save Picture
To copy pictures from memory cards into
the built-in flash.
(Effective when preview pictures on full screen)
11. Delete File
Allow user to delete pictures from the built-in flash.
(Effective when preview pictures on full screen)
Setup
Calendar
12. Format Memory
To format the built-in flash
13. Reset Setting
To restore default settings.
Calendar
14. Language
Choose between different languages.
15. Brightness
To change the brightness of the LCD
screen.
16. Contrast
To change the contrast of the LCD screen.
17. Color
To change the color of the LCD screen.
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Allow user to setup date and time of the system (Fig 7).
18. Tint
To change the tint of the LCD screen.
Operation
PressWX key to choose Calendar in Select Mode,
Press ENTER key to go into the calendar interface.
Use the navigation key to select different Year, Month,
and day.
19. Alarm
To set the alarm time.
20. Time
To set the system time.
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Troubleshooting Guide
If you are experiencing problems with your DPF, please consult both this manual.
If you need further assistance, please contact customerservices@maxell.eu
No power:
Please check that the DC power cord is
plugged in correctly.
Can not play the file:
Please confirm whether the file format is
supported by the player
Display too bright or too dark:
Please adjust the brightness or contrast in the
setup menu.
The color is light or no color:
Please adjust the color setup.
The picture can not play in full screen
Please check the picture ratio setup.
Can not read the CARD or USB:
Please check that there is content on the card
or USB Drive.
No sound:
Please the device is not in MUTE mode.
Remote Control not functioning:
Please check that the battery has power, and
Polarities correct.
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Specifications
Display: 10.2” TFT Digital 800(RGB)x480
Support picture files of JPG
Support music files of MP3, WMA
Support movie files of MPEG-4 (AVI, MPG, M-JPEG)
Power:
AC Adapter; lnput 100-240V~; Output 5V, 2A
Built-in Memory: 16MB NOR-Flash (not full capacity can
be used for photo storage, subject to the sharing of
internal software)
Environmental operating ranges
Operating Temperature: 0~50 degrees
Storage Temperature: 0~60 degrees
Accessories:
Power Adapter
User Manual
Remote Control
Stand
All specifications and instructions are subject to change without notice.
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