Important Safety Instructions

Important Safety Instructions

Important Safety Instructions

1. Please read these instructions thoroughly.

2. Please keep this guide for future use.

3. Please disconnect the device from the main supply before cleaning. Do not use any liquid or aerosol spray cleaners. The best for cleaning is a piece of cloth dampened with water.

4. To avoid damage of the device, you should only use accessory parts permitted by the manufacturer.

5. The device must be protected against moisture.

6. To setup the device, it must be put in a stable stand position. Tipping it over or dropping it may cause injuries. Only use safety setup locations and follow the setup instructions of the manufacturer.

7. The ventilation openings are used for air circulation which protect the device against overheating.

8. To connect the device, follow the connected load values of the main supply.

9. Due to electrical safety, the wall socket must be equipped with a non-fused earthed conductor contact.

10. The power cable must be laid in a way that nobody may trip over it. There should also nothing be resting on the cable.

11. All instructions and warning remarks on the device must be followed.

12. If the device will not be used for a long period of time, you should disconnect it from the main supply to avoid overvoltage damage.

13. Any objects or liquid should never enter the device via its openings for air circulation. This could cause a fire or an electric shock.

14. Do not open the device ever. For electrical safety, the device shall be opened by authorized technical service personnel only.

15. If following conditions occur, the device must be disconnected from the main supply, and it must be checked by a qualified service center: a- Power cable or power plug are damaged; b- Liquid has entered the device; c- The device was exposed to moisture; d- The device does not operate according to the user's guide, or you do not achieve any improvement with the aid of this guide; e- The device has dropped and/or the casing is damaged; f- The device shows obvious signs of a defect.

16. For repair, only original spare parts or parts in accordance with the original parts may be used.

Use of unsuitable spare parts can cause more damage.

17. Please turn to your service center for all questions concerning service and repair to guarantee the device's performance reliability.

18. The socket outlet must be installed near the equipment to be easily accessible. i

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

(FCC STATEMENT)

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.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturers may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

A shielded-type power cord is required in order to meet the FCC emission limits and also to prevent interference to nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only the supplied power cord be used.

Use only shielded cables to connect I/O devices to this equipment.

Canadian DOC Notice

For Class B Computing Devices

This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-

Causing Equipment Regulations.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 : Introduction ____________________________ 1

Unpacking __________________________________________ 1

Connecting the Monitor and Stand________________________ 2

Removing the Monitor and Stand ________________________ 2

Choosing a Workstation________________________________ 3

The AC Connection ___________________________________ 4

The Signal Cable Connection____________________________ 4

Monitor Adjustments __________________________________ 5

Chapter 2 _________________________________________ 6

Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast _____________________ 7

The On-Screen Display(OSD) ___________________________ 8

Color Temperature Setup ______________________________ 10

OSD Window Status _________________________________ 12

Reset and Degauss ___________________________________ 13

Self-Test Screen _____________________________________ 13

Summary of OSD Icons _______________________________ 14

Appendix ________________________________________ 17

Troubleshooting_____________________________________ 17

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C

HAPTER

1

Introduction

Congratulations on your purchase of the new high performance 17" Monitor.

Much consideration has gone into the design of the monitor in order to meet your requirements for full compatibility and versatility as well as quality.

Using state-of-the-art electronics, the monitor can support a resolution of

1280x1024, and the on-screen display allows you to customize the display settings to suit your individual needs. User display settings will be automatically saved to memory. In addition, at the touch of a button the user can, at any time, return to the factory default display settings.

Other ergonomic features include a non-glare screen, tilt and swivel and just two multi-function display controls that allow you to make all monitor display adjustments.

Unpacking

Please make sure the following items are in the shipping package and found in good condition:

= 17" Monitor

= Tilt and swivel stand

= Power cord

= Signal cable (attached to monitor)

= This manual

If any of the above are missing or appear damaged, please contact your dealer immediately.

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Chapter 1

Getting Started

This chapter covers setting up the monitor and stand in a suitable workplace, and connecting the power cord and signal cable.

Connecting the Monitor and Stand

1. Align the stand’s four tabs with the slots in the bottom of the monitor.

2. Slide the stand toward the front of monitor. After insert the tabs into the slots.

3. Push back of swivel ball with angle 45

°

slowly. You will hear the spring lock click into place.

Removing the Monitor and Stand

♦ = If you need to remove the stand, push the spring lock and slide the stand away from the monitor.

Figure 1: Monitor and Stand Connection

NOTE:

Special protection on control knobs and LED indicator needs to be taken care while you place the CRT side of side of monitor downwards. Such concern will escape the permanent damage occurred on encoder and LED lens from excessive pressure

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Chapter 1

Choosing a Workstation

Keep the following in mind when choosing a work place for the Monitor.

♦ =

=

=

Place the monitor on a stable even surface.

Access to an electrical outlet.

Ensure at least three inches clearance at the rear of the monitor to allow for sufficient airflow.

=

=

Position the Monitor a little above eye-level to reduce neck-strain.

Do not place near a window. Exposing the Monitor to direct sunlight for extended periods may damage the unit.

= You may want to use a desk lamp to adjust the ambient lighting for your viewing comfort.

A viewing filter is recommended to reduce eye stress and fatigue. ♦ =

Figure 2: The Workstation

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Chapter 1

=

♦ =

♦ =

The AC Connection

Locate the AC port on the rear of the monitor (refer to Figure 3).

Plug the female end of the AC cord into the AC port.

Plug the male end into the power supply.

Figure 3: Connecting the Power Cord

The Signal Cable Connection

=

Make sure that the monitor is powered Off. When powered off the Power LED

(see Figure 2) will not be lit.

=

Locate the VGA port on the rear of the PC. The signal cable has a standard 15pin mini D-sub (VGA) connector. If you are having trouble locating the VGA port, please refer to the documentation, which came with your PC.

♦ =

Connect the Signal cable to the PC’s VGA port.

Figure 4: Connecting the Signal Cable

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Monitor Adjustments

The monitor is capable of both tilt and swivel adjustments.

15

°

Chapter 1

=

=

5

°

Figure 5: Tilt Adjustment

With the tilt feature, the monitor is capable of vertical adjustments of

+15

°

to -5

°

.

The swivel feature allows for horizontal monitor adjustments of +45

°

to

-45

°

.

45

°

Figure 6: Swivel Adjustment

This concludes Chapter 1. The next chapter covers the on-screen display

(OSD)features.

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Chapter 2

Figure 7

Contrast (and OSD Increase/Decrease) Control

When the OSD Main Menu is not engaged, Press the Contrast Control to adjust the display contrast level to accommodate the ambient lighting conditions of your specific working environment. When the OSD Main Menu is engaged, Press this control adjusts the displaysetting values.

Brightness (and OSD Function Control) Control

When the OSD Main Menu is not engaged Press the Brightness Control to adjust the display brightness level. When the OSD Main Menu is engaged. Press the control to rotate through the Function options.

OSD ON/OFF Control

When this switch is OFF , the other four controls can be used to adjust the monitor’s

Brightness and contrast.

When this switch is ON , the OSD Menu appears and OSD Function control can be used.

Power LED

The Power LED informs you of the monitor’s current operating status. The Power LED will light Green when the monitor is powered On. In Standby mode the LED lights Amber.

When powered Off the LED is not lit.

Power On/Off Button

Push the Power Button to power the monitor On or Off.

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Chapter 2

Adjusting the Brightness and Contrast

To adjust the contrast and/or brightness, Press the Contrast Control or the

Brightness Control, to call up the following on-screen display:

Brightness

Press the Brightness Control right button ( ) to increase the brightness. Press the

Left button ( ) to decrease the brightness. The brightness level is adjusted from

0% to 100%.

Contrast

Press the Contrast Control ( ) right button to increase the contrast. Press the (

)left button to decrease the contrast. The contrast level is adjusted from 0% to 100%.

H. Frequency

This field displays the current Horizontal Scan Frequency. Display only field.

V. Frequency

This field displays the current Vertical Refresh Rate. Display only field.

Resolution

This field shows the display resolution to which your monitor is set. This is a display only field. (Note: It only shows the resolution in presetting mode.)

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Chapter 2

The On-Screen Display (OSD)

The monitor features an intuitive, on-screen display (OSD), making changes to the display settings convenient and simple. You can access the OSD any time your PC is powered On. If the PC is in Standby mode, or is powered Off, the OSD cannot be accessed.

To access the OSD Main Menu, push theOSD ON/OFF control button ( )

The following screen will appear:

This screen shows the V-Center window allowing you to make adjustments to the display’s vertical position. Notice the V-Center icon in the window border is highlighted.

Changing Display Settings

Call up the OSD as described above. Now press the Brightness Control button to scroll through the icons in the window border. You can press the OSD function or control( ) button in the window border by rotating the control in the respective direction.

Once you have selected an icon, use the Contrast Control to adjust the option value. Press the right button to increase the value; press the left button to decrease the value

When making changes to the following settings, a screen similar to the above V-

Center window will appear on your monitor screen.

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Chapter 2

H-Size

Scroll to the H-Size icon. Press the display. button to adjust the horizontal size of the

H-Center

Scroll to the H-Center icon. Press the button to position the display along the horizontal axis of the screen.

V-Size

Scroll to the V-Size icon. Press the display. button to adjust the vertical size of the

V-Center

Scroll to the V-Center icon. Press the button to position the display along the vertical axis of the screen.

Pincushion

Scroll to the Pincushion icon. Press the button to adjust pincushion or barrel distortion.

Trapezoid

Scroll to the Trapezoid icon. Press the button to adjust trapezoid distortion.

Tilt

Scroll to the Tilt icon. Press the button to adjust display tilt.

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Chapter 2

Color Temperature Setup

To access the Color setup menu, selet to the Display Color Setting icon. The following screen appears:

This screen allows you to select a color temperature for your monitor. Press the

button to select the desired option. The available options are:

= 9300

6500

5000

Press the Brightness function ( ) Control The following RGB Gain window will appear:

From this window you can make changes to the display’s Red, Green and Blue gain. Press the Brightness Control to scroll through the options; change values using the

button; after making changes, Press the will enter your

changes, and move to the next icon.

Values for the Red, Green or Blue Gain are displayed from 0% to 100%.

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Red Gain

Scroll to the Red Gain icon. Press the Contrast Control to adjust the red gain for your display.

Green Gain

Scroll to the Green Gain icon.

Press the Contrast Control to adjust the green gain for your display.

Blue Gain

Scroll to the Blue Gain icon.

Press the Contrast Control to adjust the blue gain for your display.

Reset

Scroll to the Reset icon. Press the

Contrast Control to reset

all three gain values to the default settings. The OSD window will close.

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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

OSD Window Status

The OSD Window status icons allow you to adjust the position of the

OSD window on your screen. You can also set the time that the OSD window will be displayed on the screen.

OSD Horizontal Position

Scroll to the OSD Horizontal Position icon.

Press the Contrast Control to adjust the horizontal position of the OSD on the screen.

OSD Vertical Position

Scroll to the OSD Vertical Position icon.

Press the Contrast Control to adjust the vertical position of the OSD on the screen.

OSD Display Close Time

Scroll to the OSD Display Close Time icon.

Press the Contrast Control to set the amount of time that elapses before the OSD closes. Countdown can be set from 5 to 60 seconds.

Don’t be rushed when changing display settings: The Display

Close Time does not begin countdown while you are making

display adjustments.

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Chapter 2

Reset and Degauss

The Reset All option allows you to reset all display settings to their default values.

Use the Degauss option to remove unwanted magnetism from the monitor’s CRT.

Reset All

Scroll to the Reset All icon. Press the

Contrast Control to reset all display

options. If you do not wish to reset all display options, press the OSD ON/OFF

Control to close the OSD window.

Degauss

Scroll to the Degauss icon. Press the

Contrast Control to degauss the

CRT. If you do not wish to degauss the

CRT, press the OSD ON/OFF Control to close the OSD window.

Self-Test Screen

When the monitor is powered On, but there is no video signal, the following selftest screen will appear.

This screen indicates the monitor itself is OK. If this screen appears, it is possible that the monitor’s VGA cable is not connected properly to your computer’s VGA port Check the connection.

If the VGA cable is properly connected but the monitor screen is blank, (i.e., there is no picture and none of the above icons appear), then there may be a problem with the monitor.

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Chapter 2

Summary of OSD Icons

Icon Function

H-Size

H-Center

V-Size

V-Center

Pincushion

Trapezoid

Tilt

Display Color

Setting

CIE coordinate

9300

°

Color

Temperature

CIE coordinate

6500

°

Color

Temperature

CIE coordinate

5000

°

Color

Temperature

Red Gain

Description

Use this option to adjust the horizontal size of the display.

Use this option to position the display along the horizontal axis of the screen.

Use this option to adjust the vertical size of the display.

Use this option to position the display along the vertical axis of the screen.

Use this option to adjust pincushion or barrel distortion.

Use this option to adjust trapezoid distortion.

Use this option to adjust image tilt.

Use this option to adjust the color setup.

Refer to The Color Setup in the following section for more information.

Select this option to set the monitor for the

CIE coordinate 9300

°

color temperature.

Select this option to set the monitor for the

CIE coordinate 6500

°

color temperature.

Select this option to set the monitor for the

CIE coordinate 5000

°

color temperature.

Use this option to adjust the red gain.

Green Gain Use this option to adjust the green gain.

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Chapter 2

Icon Function

Blue Gain

Reset

OSD Horizontal

Position

OSD Vertical

Position

OSD Display

Close Time

Reset All

Description

Use this option to adjust the blue gain.

This option allows you to reset the three color settings to the default value.

Select this option to adjust the horizontal position of the OSD on the screen.

Select this option to adjust the vertical position of the

OSD on the screen.

Use this option to set the amount of time that elapses before the OSD closes.

Use this option to reset all display settings to their default values.

Degauss The Degauss option removes unwanted magnetism from the monitor’s CRT.

This concludes Chapter 2. The following appendix provides details on your monitor’s technical specifications. You will also find tips on troubleshooting any problems you may run into.

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PPENDIX

A

Troubleshooting

This section will try to anticipate potential problems that you may encounter in the day-to-day use of your monitor. Included in this section is information which should help solve these problems for you. If after trying the suggested solutions, your monitor’s symptom remains the same, contact your authorized service center.

Symptoms Solution

The monitor is switched on, but the power LED is not lit.

The LED light is on but there is no display on the monitor’s screen.

The display image is either dangling or unstable.

The picture is bouncing or a wave pattern is present in the display.

Check to make sure that the power cord is properly connected. If the monitor is plugged into a powered extension cord or a surge protector, make sure that extension cord or the surge protector is turned on

Make sure that the computer’s switch is in the “On” position.

Make sure that the video cable’s D-shaped connector is properly connected to the video adapter port on the back of the PC.

Check to make sure that the brightness and contrast control are not turned to their dimmest position.

Make sure that the video cable’s D-shaped connector is properly connected to the video adapter port on the back of the PC.

Move any electrical devices away from the monitor which may cause display interference. Please refer to the FCC statement at the beginning of the manual for more details on display interference.

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