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Manual
06.100.698.9
15“ TFT Drawer RC 22
19“ Rack 1U
www.fujitsu-siemens.com
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prosecution.
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Attention:
It’s absolute essential that a damaged fine-wire fuse of
the integrated switched mode power supply is to be
replaced by the type used ( T 1.5A 250V).
The TFT display may only be used with the power supply,
output 12Vdc 3.75A.
Contents
1.
Introduction .........................................................................................................................21
1.1
1.2
Layout of this handbook......................................................................................................22
Warnings and safety notes.................................................................................................22
Instructions for handling assemblies susceptible to electrostatic shock.....................24
2.
General installation............................................................................................................24
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Removal of packaging and checking of Individual parts ...............................................25
Installing / building-in the LCD monitor.............................................................................25
Cable connections and pin assignments .........................................................................26
Mounting the TFT drawer...................................................................................................26
Electrical installation............................................................................................................29
3.
Operation and alignment..................................................................................................29
3.1
OSD menu structure............................................................................................................30
3.1.1
PC menu........................................................................................................................29
3.1.2
OSD menu.....................................................................................................................29
3.1.3
Utility menu....................................................................................................................29
3.1.4
Auto menu......................................................................................................................29
3.2
Keyboard module.................................................................................................................30
3.2.1
Keyboard... ....................................................................................................................30
3.2.2
Mouse replacement......................................................................................................30
3.2.3
Connection.....................................................................................................................30
4.
Technical data.....................................................................................................................32
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
Display module.....................................................................................................................32
Power supply........................................................................................................................32
Operating conditions ...........................................................................................................33
Protection..............................................................................................................................33
Enclosure/ front plate ..........................................................................................................33
EU conformity declaration on EMC...................................................................................33
Mechanical dimensions.......................................................................................................34
Parts supplied on delivery..................................................................................................34
1 Introduction
The LCD (LCD = Liquid Cristial Display) monitor was developed and constructed
especially for industrial applications. Its compact 19“-rack enclosure enables the display
to be used in applications where a standard CRT-monitor would be unsuitable, due to
space or environmental restrictions. The narrow construction upon the keyboard means
that no additional space is required. The display switches on automatically when flipped
up. Due to its small dimensions, the LCD-monitor is suitable for use in a wide range of
application areas, from air-conditioned computer rooms to industrial control machinery.
As is the case for all industrial systems, the LCD-monitor it is designed to be resistant to
electromagnetic radiation and to operate within a large temperature range.
The use of future-orientated LCD-technology has made display geometry distortions
and colour patches a thing of the past. Even at the low refresh frequency of 50 Hz, the
LCD-monitor provides flicker-free pictures. Thus, the highest ergonomic requirements
are also fulfilled.
The LCD-monitor contains special hardware to convert the incoming video signal for the
display controller. The target resolution of the display (1024x768 Pixel) is represented
with very high quality. FRC (Frame Rate Control) enable up to 16.7 million colours to be
displayed. The OSD (On Screen Display) provides the user interface. All settings, such
as display position, brightness, contrast, etc., are adjusted via the OSD.
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Automatic support of the video modes up to 1024 x 768 (XGA) Pixel
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Multi-frequency property (H = 30 – 61kHz; V = 55 – 75 Hz)
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FRC for up to 16.7 million colours
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Sharp text and graphic images, free from interference
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User-friendly OSC (On Screen Display)
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Innovative power management support (VESA DPMS compatible)
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A standard VGA interface (15-pin, HD-D-type female socket) is
provided for the video input.
1.1 Layout of this handbook
This handbook should be kept within reach while installing and operating the LCDmonitor. It has been laid out so that even inexperienced users can find the information
they require. Chapters are clearly arranged according to subject.
In detail, the chapters are arranged as follows:
• Chapter 1
Introduction
This chapter provides a brief overview of the LCD-monitor. Its
properties, application areas and special features are also
mentioned.
• Chapter 2
Installing the LCD-monitor
This chapter is mainly concerned with preparing the LCD-monitor
for use, its installation and cabling.
• Chapter 3
Operation
All operations and adjustment possibilities are described here.
• Chapter 4
Technical Data
This chapter contains technical details such as dimensions, power
supply, environmental considerations and EMC data.
1.2 Warnings and safety notes
Transport
The LCD-monitor should only be transported in its original packaging. This is the only
way to ensure it will be protected against shocks and rough handling.
Setting up
During installation, it should be noted whether any moisture (condensation) has entered
the unit during transport or storage. Other important data on setting up can be found in
the chapter “Technical Data”.
Power Supply
The power supply must lie within the tolerances given in the “Technical Data” chapter.
For safety reasons, the unit must only be operated when earthed.
The installation of the wiring has been designed such that no damage can occur to
persons or equipment.
EMC
This is a Class B piece of equipment (medical and industrial use). In domestic
situations, it may cause interference. Under such circumstances, the operator can be
required to undertake appropriate measures to minimise problems.
This LCD-monitor is a built-in unit for industrial applications. The operator of the entire
plant is responsible for maintaining electromagnetic compatibility according to EMC-law.
Repairs
Before the unit is opened, it must be switched off and the power supply disconnected.
Only authorised persons may open the unit.
Additions or changes to the unit may damage the system or affect its EMC behaviour.
Cleaning
The unit must be isolated from the power supply before cleaning. If heavily soiled, the
LCD-monitor can be cleaned with a damp cloth and mild detergent. Care must be taken
to ensure that, during cleaning, no moisture enters the unit via the openings.
Scouring powders and solvents must never be allowed to come in contact with the unit.
The inside of the unit is to be cleaned by qualified service technicians only.
Instructions for handling assemblies susceptible to electrostatic shock
Most of the assemblies within the LCD-monitor contain components which can be
destroyed by electrostatic voltages. It is also possible for the assemblies to be damaged
in such a way that total failure does not occur.
If you (as an authorised service technician) are handling such assemblies then the
following instructions should be obeyed:
• When such assemblies are being handled, a means of
electrostatic discharge must be available. This can be, for
example, an earthed object, which can be touched to discharge
electrostatic voltages.
• This also applies to all tools used (insulated). They must also be
discharged at an earthed object.
• When assemblies are removed or added to the system, the unit
must always be switched off and the power supply cable
unplugged.
• The vulnerable assemblies should always be held by their edge.
Avoid touching tracks and contact pins.
2 General installation
Preparations for installing the LCD-monitor include the following points:
•
Removal of all packaging
•
Checking of components for damage
•
Comparison of components received with the delivery note
•
Building into your system, bearing in mind technical and ergonomic aspects
•
Connection to the computer system and power supply
2.1 Removal of packaging and checking of individual parts
After unpacking all the delivered components, they should be checked for completeness
and for possible transport damage (visual inspection). If any deficiencies are found then
please contact the service department given on the delivery note. Have the delivery
note number, serial number and a description of the deficiency to hand.
The original packaging should be kept for future transportation.
2.2 Installing / building in the LCD monitor
In order to guarantee safe and interference-free operation, the following points should
be borne in mind when building-in the LCD-monitor:
- Thermal problems
- EMC problems
- Safety problems
- Ergonomics
- Mechanical installation
Thermal problems
In order that the LCD-monitor maintains an optimum operating temperature while in use,
air should be allowed to circulate freely around the casing. The ventilation slots must not
be blocked.
Please bear in mind that increased temperatures can lead to defects and to a significant
reduction in the lifetime of the monitor.
EMC problems
This LCD-monitor is a piece of equipment designed for building into an industrial or
medical system. The operator of the entire plant is responsible for maintaining
electromagnetic compatibility according to EMC laws.
Safety problems
All voltage and signal connections must adhere to legal requirements.
Ergonomics
The screen should be easily viewable from all sides and without reflections.
Mechanical installation
The adapter bracket and telescopic rails of the LCD-monitor drawer can easily be
mounted into the Primecenter Rack or in all other 19” rack with quadratic mounting
holes.
2.3 Cable connections and pin assignments
The LCD-monitor has been tested and set-up in the factory. Before use, the power
supply and VGA-signal should be connected properly. Connections to the monitor
should adhere to EMC regulations.
A high-quality cable must be used for the VGA-signal. Low quality cables can result in
interference and shadowing on the display.
Standard VGA interface
The VGA interface is a standard 15 pin HD-D-type female connector.
2.4 Mounting the TFT drawer
Set in the spring nut (8 x M5) into the T-slot extrusion or the cage nut into the extrusion
with mounting holes.
Disconnect the telescopic slide and assemble the outer slide with panhead screws M4
(4 x) at both ends on the enclosed mounting angle.
Screw the telescopic slide with the mounting angle on the 19” vertical extrusion on both
sides with hexagonal socket screws M5 (4 x ).
Fix the internal part of the telescopic slide with tensiloc screw M 4 (4 x) and lens-head
screw on the TFT-drawer.
Insert the TFT drawer into the telescopic slide and take care of a sure snap-in. Unlock
the telescopic slide at the side to slide in the TFT drawer.
A flexible guide cable carrier (item number 05.043.323.9) can be attached to the rear of
the keyboard drawer. All cables (keyboard, VGA and power supply) can be attached to
this flexible guide to keep them in position while sliding the keyboard drawer in and out.
2.5
Electrical installation
Before connecting the LCD-monitor to the power supply, a check should be carried out
as to whether the video signal(s) are connected to the correct plug(s) and are screwed
on properly.
The monitor can be connected directly to the power supply. If a video signal is
connected, the image will appear immediately on the screen. The monitor can be used
with the standard Windows driver.
Warning:
The display switches off automatically when it flipped. It switches on again automatically
when flipped up (min. 25°).
There are many possible reasons why no image may appear on the display after it has
been switched on:
- no video signal connected
- no synchronisation signal connected
- display manually switched off via OSD
3 Operation and alignment
This chapter contains a description of all the operating and alignment functions.
Operation and alignment of the converter card is carried out using an OSD (On Screen
Display) and 6 keys. These keys are used for navigation and modification of parameters
in the OSD. The keys are located on the bottom of the display.
The keys have the following functions:
Esc:
spring back to the next higher level
Power:
selection between stand by mode and mode of operation
Auto:
automatic adjustment of the screen settings
Menu:
invoke the OSD menu, invoke a sub menu item
Up:
move to the next menu item
Down:
increase / decrease screen settings
3.1 OSD menu structure
The menu appears by pressing the menu key. Each individual menu item can be
activated by repeated pressing of the menu key. If a function is selected by pressing of
the Menu key, e.g. brightness, it can be changed using the „t“ and „u“ keys.
In the following chapters the individual functions and settings are described.
3.1.1 PC menu
The picture brightness, contrast, phase, frequency, horizontal and vertical position,
sharpness and color temperature are adjusted here.
3.1.2 OSD menu
With this menu point you can select the position, the pop-up time and the operating
language of the OSD-menu.
3.1.3 Utility menu
In this menu you can see the actual information of the TFT. With the menu item “reset”
all settings get back to the factory settings.
3.1.4 Auto menu
By pressing the menu item “Menu” the display settings will be optimized and adapted
automatically.
3.2 Keyboard module
3.2.1 Keyboard:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
The standard keyboard layout is available in German and English layout.
The keyboard layout is compressed, the number block and some other keys are
located in the alphabetical keyboard field.
By pressing the Fn-key the second key level is activated as long as the Fn key is
pressed (an activation of the number block by pressing the NumLK-key is not
implemented).
In the second level are following buttons: number block, Home, End, PgUp, PgDn,
Scroll, PrtSc, SysRq und Break
There are three status-LED’s integrated (Num, Caps, Scroll).
Only if the Num-LED is flashing and the Fn key is pressed the number block is
activated.
The keyboard doesn’t need an additional software driver.
3.2.2 Mouse replacement
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•
•
•
•
A capacitive touch pad is the replacement of the mouse.
Two mouse buttons are integrated (left and right mouse buttons with appropriate
functionality).
If you tap the touch pad (short tap), the left mouse key will be activated. If you tap
the touch pad for example twice, a program will be started.
The touch pad works with all standard drivers of common operating systems. The
touch pad doesn’t need an additional software driver.
If you want to switch of the double-clicking function, please install the driver from the
attached CD-ROM.
3.2.3 Connection
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•
•
The keyboard module is supplied with an 2 m long hybrid cable. That means a cable
gets out from the inside of the keyboard module and splits 20 cm before the PC
connection
Connect the keyboard module with the PC at the related PS2 interfaces (6-pol.
MiniDIN).
The connection for the keyboard is marked with „T“ on the 6-pole MiniDIN plug, the
connection for the mouse replacement (touch pad) is marked with „M“ on the 6MiniDIN plug. A permutation is not valid.
4 Technical data
4.1 Display module
Diagonal - technology
active area (H x V)
optimal resolution
further resolutions
Pixel-Pitch
Colours
Brightness (typical)
print-contrast ratio (typical).
Perspective horizontal –
vertical
Inputs
Power consumption
Back-light type
Dimension (B x H x D)
Weight
Temperature Operating
Temperature Storage
15,0" / 38,1 cm – TFT
304,1 x 228,1 mm²
1024 x 768 (XGA)
640 x 480 (VGA), 800 x 600
(SVGA)
0,297 x 0,297 mm
16,7 Mio.
250 cd/m² typ.
300:1
+65°/-65° - +50°/-60°
D-sub 15-pol., 12V DC-Input,
OSD-Input
on request
4 CCFL, MTBF:50.000 h
331,6 x 255,3 x 17,5 mm
(max.)
on request
0° to +50°C
-25° to +60°C
4.2 Power supply
4.2.1 Power supply Display
Item
Power Input Voltage (12 V)
Min.
10
Max.
15
Unit
V
Min.
100
Max.
Unit
240
V AC
1,5 A bei 90 V AC
0,75 A bei max. 265 V
AC
12
V DC
5
A
4.2.2 Power supply
Item
Input Voltage
Input Current
Output Voltage
Output Current
4.3 Operating conditions
4.3.1 Operating conditions Display
Item
Storage temperature
Operating temperature
Min.
-25
0
Max.
60
50
Unit
°C
°C
Max.
70
45
Unit
°C
°C
4.3.2 Operating conditions power supply
Item
Storage temperature
Operating temperature
Min.
- 20
0
4.4 Protection
Protection class
IP20
4.5 Enclosure / front plate
Weight
Enclosure material
Enclosure colour
Dimensions together with
assembling auxiliaries
(6.100.643.1)
9.8 kg
sheet steel
Siemens anthracite
19“ x 1HE x 405,5 mm
(BxHxD) (excl. cable
connections)
4.6 EU Conformity Declaration on EMC
Products
Test foundations
Standards used
6.100.700.1
6.100.701.1
EU framework
guidelines
EN 55022
No 89/336/EWG
EN 55024
09.98
EN 61000-3-2
04.95+A1:1998+A
2:1998+A14:2000
01.95
EN 61000-3-3
EN 60950
09.98/Class B
08.92+A1:01.93+
A2:08.9+A3:10.95
Interference
emissions
Interference
emissions
Interference
emissions
Interference
emissions
Safety
4.7 Mechanical Dimensions
4.8 Parts supplied on delivery
1
Keyboard drawer with integrated components:
• 15”-TFT-LCD-Display
• handball supports
• Power supply with cable
• Keyboard
• Touch pad
• 1 Manual
• 1 VGA cable 15pin HD-D-type
• 1 PS2 cable for touch pad and keyboard
• 2 adapter cable for PS/2
• 2 adapter cable for USB 1.1
• 1 pair of telescopic slides
• 1 set mounting angle, assembling hardware included
• 1 flexible guide cable carrier
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