Operating Instruction Manual LCD/LED MONITOR

Operating Instruction Manual LCD/LED MONITOR
Operating Instruction Manual
LCD/LED MONITOR
DSMH21.5LED-WGF
DSMH23.6WGF
DSMH26LED-WGF
DSMH32LED-WGF
DSMH42LED-WGF
DSMH46LTFT
DSMH54.6TFT
DSMH64.5LED-TFT
Explanation of Connectors ------------------------------------------------------ 4~6
Connection under various signal input mode
(Ⅰ) Connecting with computer VGA------------------------------------------------------- 5
(Ⅱ) Connecting the Device with Video (Basic)------------------------------------------ 6
(Ⅲ) HDMI connection-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
Connecting the Monitor Cables to your Computer-------------------------------7
Testing the Monitor---------------------------------------------------------------------- 7
Controls & Functions-----------------------------------------------------------------7~8
Remote Control-----------------------------------------------------------------------------9
Choose the input source----------------------------------------------------------------10
OSD setup under VGA input mode----------------------------------------------11~14
OSD setup under AV1/AV2/S-VIDEO/HDMI input mode-----------------15~18
Care and Cleaning----------------------------------------------------------------------18
Mounting Your MONITOR to the Wall----------------------------------------------18
Important Safety Information
Table of contents
Important safety information------------------------------------------------------- 2~3
Accessories------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Installation--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
1Read and understand all safety information before using this product. Follow
all instructions marked on the product and described in this document. Pay
close attention to the following installation warnings and safety precautions.
Intended Use
This monitor was designed for AV or BNC input and tested to replace an
existing monitor. These monitors are intended for indoor use only and are
not designed for use in hazardous locations.
Explanation of Signal Word Consequences
DANGER: To avoid the risk of fire and/or explosion which will result in
serious injury or death: Do not install or use this product in a hazardous
location.
WARNING: To avoid the risk of fire which could result in serious injury
or death: Do not remove the cover or back of the monitor.
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of electric shock which could result in
serious injury or death:
•This device must be operated with the original power supply,
•Do not use a damaged power supply.
•Do not use a power cord that is frayed or otherwise damaged.
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of electric shock which may result in
minor or moderate injury:
•The socket-outlet should be installed near the equipment and should be
easily accessible.
•Use a power cable that is properly grounded. Always use the appropriate
AC cord certified for the individual country. Some examples are listed below:
•Do not service the monitor Do not remove the cover or back of the monitor.
There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel. The backlight inverter output is at high voltage.
•Do not use non-conforming replacement parts.
•Do not expose the monitor to rain or other sources of water, steam, or
moisture.
•Do not place foreign objects on the monitor or its cables.
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of minor or moderate personal injury or
damage to the monitor:
• Never wall-mount the monitor without the locking mechanism in place.
• Use an anchoring system appropriate for the weight of the product.
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• Consult a construction professional before attempting to hang the unit on
the wall.
To avoid the risk of glass breakage which may result in minor or moderate
injury:
• Handle the monitor with care to avoid breaking the touch screen sensor.
The display contains glass parts. Dropping the display may cause the
glass parts to break.
• Do not place foreign objects on the monitor.
Important Notes:
•Plug powercord into appropriate power source & a grounded receptacle.
•When unplugging power supply cord, pull on plug not cord.
•Do not connect or disconnect this product during an electrical storm.
•Install the display in a well-ventilated area. Always maintain adequate
ventilation to protect the display from overheating and to ensure reliable
and continued operation.
•Do not expose this display to heat. Passive heat may cause damage to
the case and other parts.
•Do not install this display in areas where extreme vibrations may be
generated. For example, nearby manufacturing equipment may produce
strong vibrations. The vibrations may cause the display to exhibit picture
discoloration or poor video quality.
• Product weight varies from 10 to 24 pounds depending on the packaging,
use caution when lifting.
• Ensure that metal does not contact the touch screen.
•To avoid ergonomic concerns:
Do not install the monitor in a manner or location with awkward
accessibility. Extended use may result in muscle, tendon, or fixed posture
strains. It is recommended you take periodic breaks from continuous use.
CAUTION:To avoid the risk of electric shock which may result in
minor or moderate injury:
Liquid is spilled into the product or the product is exposed to rain or water.
The product does not operate properly when operating instructions are
followed.
•The product has been dropped or the case has been damaged.
•The product shows a distinct change in performance, indicating a need
for service.
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Accessories
Please check the following listed accessories before installation:
AC wire
one pcs
Power supply
one pcs(DC12V available )
Remote Control
one pcs
VGA cable
one pcs
AUDIO cable
one pcs
User manual
one pcs
Installation
1. Rear Interface
(a) External power supply
(b) Built-in power supply
VIDEO OUTPUT (BNC1/BNC2 OUT) Connect a VCR or DVD-recorder to
record digital and analog programs from the ANTENNA CABLE INPUT
(excluding copy-protected programs and component video formats) while
the MONITOR is turned on. You must leave the MONITOR on the same
channel you are recording.
AUDIO IN (Stereo mini jack) Use to obtain sound when a PC is connected
to the VGA jack. Use a 3.5 mm stereo mini pin cable (sometimes referred
to as 1/8” stereo mini pin) to connect a PC to your MONITOR.
AUDIO L and R:Receives audio from another device such as a camcorder,
video game console, VCR, or DVD player. Use when connecting to the
VIDEO or S-V Input. The left audio connector is usually white. The right
audio connector is usually red.
2. Connection under various signal input mode
Explanation of connectors
This section describes the jacks on the back panel of your MONITOR. There
are several ways to connect devices.
DC12V: power supply DC12V
AC: power supply AC100-240V
HDMI Lets you connect a device, such as a digital cable box, with an HDMI
or a DVI output. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Provides an
uncompressed digital connection that carries both video and audio data by
way of an integrated mini-plug cable. Since HDMI technology is based on
Digital Visual Interface (DVI), the jack on the back of your MONITOR is also4
compatible with DVI devices. HDMI Input Lets you connect a device, such as
a digital cable box, with an HDMI output.
VGA Connect your computer, or other device with a VGA output, to this jack
using a 15 pin D-sub cable.
S-VIDEO Connect a DVD player, or other device with a s-video output, to
this jack using a 4 pin s-video cable.
VIDEO INPUT 1 (BNC1/BNC2 IN) Lets you connect a device that has
composite video jacks, such as a VCR or DVD player.
( Ⅰ ) Connecting with computer VGA
This connection allows you to connect to a personal computer. Connect
one end of a 15-pin monitor cable to the VGA VIDEO jack on the monitor
and the other end to the PC's video output jack. Note, if your PC's video
output isn't 15-pin, you'll need an adapter that can connect to a 15-pin
monitor cable.
Connect your audio cable.
Connect a 3.5 mm stereo mini pin cable (sometimes referred to as 1/8"
stereo mini pin) to the PC AUDIO jack on the back of the monitor and the
other end to the Audio Output jack on the PC
Viewing the PC
1. Plug in the MONITOR and the PC, if they aren't already plugged in.
5 2. Turn on the MONITOR and the PC.
3. press the SOURCE button on the remote control until you see VGA
displayed at the top of the monitor's screen. To go back to viewing AV
video, press the SOURCE buttons to enter the AV
( Ⅱ ) Connecting the Device with AV Video (Basic)
This connection allows you to connect a device that has a Video Out jack,
for example, a camera or DVD player.
Note: If the device you're connecting also has Component Video jacks and
you have component video cables, we recommend you use the
Component Video (Advanced) Connection instead.
Connect your yellow video cable( video in).
Connect a video cable to the BNC1 or BNC2 INPUT jack on the back of
the monitor and to the Video Output jack on the DVD player or a camera.
Connect your red and white audio cables.
Connect the audio (red and white) cables to the AUDIO INPUT R and L
jacks on the back of the monitor and to the Audio Output jacks on the DVD
player.
Viewing the Picture from the Connected Device
1.Plug in the monitor and the device, if they aren't already plugged in.
2.Turn on the MONITOR and the device you want to view, for example a
DVD player.
3. press the SOURCE button on the remote control until you see AV1 (if
connected to the VIDEO INPUT 1 jack) or AV2(if connected to the AV2
jacks) displayed at the top of the monitor's screen.
Note: If the picture from the DVD player appears blue and your device is
connected to the VIDEO Input, you might be tuned to the wrong input. Make
sure you press SOURCE until you see AV1/AV2 displayed at the TOP of the
monitor's screen.
( Ⅲ ) HDMI connection
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) technology is an uncompressed
digital connection that carries both video and audio data by way of an
integrated mini-plug cable.
Using the example of a set-top box or a DVD player:
•If your set-top box has an HDMI jack, connect an HDMI cable.
Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI Input jack (or the HDMI2 jack if it is
more convenient) on the back of the monitor and to the HDMI Out jack on 6
the back of the device.
If your DVD player has a HDMI jack, connect an HDMI cable and an
HDMI adapter.
A. Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI Input jack on the back of the
monitor.
B. Attach an HDMII adapter to the end of the HDMI cable, then connect the
adapter to the HDMI Out jack on the DVD player
C. Since you’re using an HDMI adapter, you need to connect Audio left and
right cables to the DVD AUDIO R and L jacks on the back of the monitor
and to the R and L jacks on the back of the device.
Viewing the Picture from the Connected Device
The device in this connection is connected to the HDMI jack. To view this
device:
1. Turn on the monitor and the device you want to view, for example a settop box.
2. press the source button on the remote control until you see HDMI
displayed at the top of the monitor's screen.
3. Connecting the Monitor Cables to your Computer
You should be sure all cable connections are secure -- tighten all cable
screws. Shaking and vibration may dislodge cables that are improperly
connected. Route all wiring and cabling away from heat sources and sharp
metal edges to avoid damage. Also, keep the touch screen cable away
from sources of electromagnetic and radio frequency interference.
4.Testing the Monitor
After connection, turn on the power switch located on the rear(or side)
bezel. Before you test your monitor, make sure all cables are connected
properly and routed through the cable management system. Be sure to
tighten all cable screws. To test that the monitor is working properly:
1. Turn on your computer.
2. Make sure the video image is displayed. If it is not, turn on your monitor.
Ensure the LED is blue – red indicates power but no signal.
3. Make sure the video image is centered within the screen area. Use the
monitor controls to adjust the image, if necessary. Perform an Auto Config
first, then if you wish you can adjust the horizontal and vertical position,
contrast, and brightness to better suit your video card and your personal
preference. Refer to Basic OSD setup for more information on using the
on-screen menu to adjust the video display.
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Controls & Functions
Ⅰ 、 Buttons on the lower-right part of the panel
If you cannot locate your remote, you can use the side panel buttons of
your monitor to operate many of the monitor’s features.
Power
Turn On & off the monitor
Power-s
Back light : high, mid , low (If available)
Scale : full, 16:9 or 4:3
Sensor
Available only built-in camera
Freeze
Still : on & off
Mute
Switches the sound on or off
Lock
Menu lock: lock, unlock
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Menu
VGA
Move Up / down highlight icon,
Display the main on-screen menu
Press them to turn up or turn dowm
the volume
Auto adjust (available only VGA
mode)
Press it to display information on the
monitor screen
VGA signal
HDMI
HDMI signal
< 、>
Auto
INFO
AV input signal
Ⅱ、Remote control
POP
0~9
SWAP
picture in picture
Press it to display and select the
available video signal
Picture on picture
password entered and media player
POP & PIP function
EXIT
Press this button to exit the menu
* Ensure the remote control is pointed toward the remote control window on
the display. No obstacles should be placed between the remote control and
the remote control window. The effective receiving scope for the signal is 3
meters to the front of the remote control window,
1. To ensure a normal operation, the remote control should not be dropped
or damaged in any way .It should also be kept dry
and away from all heat sources.
2. Battery replacement is necessary when the
remote controller acts inconsistently or stops
operating the LCD display.
AV
PIP
Source
SOURCE
POWER
1.POWER Turn on / off the monitor
2.SOURCE: Accesses the available video input signals (VGA、HDMI
AV1、AV2 、S-VIDEO)
3.MENU: Brings up the MONITOR Main menu. When in the OSD
system, press MENU button to return to the previous menu or exit
4.+ : turn on the volume. In the MONITOR menu system, acts like the
right arrow button on the remote control and adjusts menu controls.
5.- :turn down the volume. In the MONITOR menu system, acts like
the left arrow button on the remote control and adjusts menu controls.
6. Remote control signal receiver window
7. Remote indicator: In red when standby mode, in blue when display.
HOW to use buttons
Use the buttons on the right side control panel to adjust the OSD
(1)Power on the LCD monitor.
(2) press source button to accesses the available video input signals,
press + or — button to enter the video mode
(3) press MENU button then press +/- button move highlight icon left
/ right
(4) Press SOURCE button to enter the submenu,then press +/-
button corresponding to edit,
(5) When you are satisfied with the setting ,press MENU button to return
to the previous menu or exit
MENU
+
-
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Choose the input source
If you hope to enjoy the picture from the external input source ,before to
select the source ,you need to connect the devices, otherwise, when you
select the source ,the none or no signal will appears on the screen, Press
source button on the monitor or remote control, the menu appears on the
screen ,then press source to select the monitor item, and press“ +/- (>)” to
ensure it
VGA: the input source from VGA terminal output
HDMI: the input source from HDMI in terminal output
AV1/2:the input source from AV or video camera terminal output
SVIDEO: the input source from S-Video terminal output
Brightness: Adjusts the brightness of
the picture.
Contrast Adjusts the difference
between the light and dark areas of
the picture.
Color temp: press“ >”button
Change the color intensity of the
temperature Selected (Normal. warm.
cool. s-RGB. user)
Scale: normal. center
Auto: (auto-adjust) press“> “button
Performs automatic configuration of
the Phase, Clock, vertical and
horizontal position.
Picture mode: press
or button to
select picture mode, then press the <
or > buttons to select the correct color
system ,in general ,you can see it as
“ USER”. Press < or > button to select
“ standard, dynamic. Soft and user” .
OSD setup
1. OSD setup under VGA input mode
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Picture
Remark
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SOUND
equalizer
Equalizer The five-band graphic
equalizer lets you adjust the audio
frequency settings. You can select
one of the five-band Equalizer Presets
or create your own personal preset
(see picture equalizer).
Language Lets you select your
preferred language for the menus:
(English. Chinese. German. French.
Spanish. Portuguese. Russian. Italian)
OSD H-POSITION: H-position moves
the OSD position left (0-50) or
pressing the “> “ button. H-position
moves the OSD position right (51-100)
OSD V-POSITION: Adjust the OSD
image vertically by pressing the “<
or > “ button. V-position moves the
OSD position up or down. 0-100
OSD DURATION:5-60
OSD HALFTONE:0-50
Sleep-timer: Lets you set the monitor
to turn off after a given amount of time
(OFF .15min.30min.45min.60min)
Back light: HIGH.MID.LOW (If available)
Auto power: (ON.OFF) Only
working with Body sensor
MEM-RECALL: press > key will be
reset to the factory defaults
Balance Adjusts how much audio is
sent to the left and right(-50 to +50)
The intermediate value is 0,when
indication value of balance increases
toward +50,sound of the right and left
speaker becomes stronger and
weaker, respectively, when indication
value of balance decrease toward -50
sound of the right and left speaker
becomes weaker and stronger
Sound Mode Provides special
processing through your speakers
(depending on the setting you chose
as your Sound Type). The available
audio modes are: Standard. User.
movie. music.
AVC:ON OFF
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SURROND: the surround sound
feature expands the audio listening
field wider and deeper to create
exceptional sound quality from the
monitor’s speakers
unavailable
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on VGA mode
H-POSITION : Moves image
horizontally on screen either left (<) or
right (>).
V-POSITION :Moves images
vertically on screen either up (<) or
down (>).
CLOCK:If the clock setting of your
image is not fine-tuned, you may
observe periodic vertical bars of video
noise on your image. These bars of
noise are usually adjusted out when
an Auto Configuration is performed. If
the bars of noise are still present, this
setting can be adjust manually.
PHASE:If the phase of your monitor
is not fine-tuned, you may observe
unstable horizontal
2. OSD setup under AV1/AV2/S-VIDEO /HDMI input mode
PICTURE
Brightness: Adjusts the brightness of
the picture.
Contrast Adjusts the difference
between the light and dark areas of
the picture.
HUE:-50 to +50
Saturation:0~100
Sharpness:0~100
Color temp: press“ >”buttom
Change the color intensity of the
temperature Selected (Normal. warm.
cool.s-RGB. user)
Scale: normal. center
Picture mode: standard .dynamic.
soft. user
3D NR: Reduces picture “static” or
any type of interference. This feature
is especially useful for providing a
clearer picture in weak analog signal
conditions. Press the right arrow to
choose between: Off for no noise
reduction; Low for a softer, smoother
picture that retains picture sharpness
and detail; Medium for a slightly softer
picture than the Low setting; High for
an even softer, smoother picture than
the other settings (the picture detail is
somewhat decreased).
MPEG NR: Mpeg noise reduce( OFF.
low . high)
MULITI WINDOW:
OFF.PIP. POP
The default value is off, Lets you
select your window for the picture:
PIP . POP
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Remark
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SOUND
Language Lets you select your
preferred language for the menus:
English. Chinese. German. French.
Spanish. Portuguese. Russian. Italian
OSD H-POSITION: H-position moves
the OSD position left (0-50) or press
the “> “ button. H-position moves the
OSD position right (51-100)
OSD V-POSITION: Adjust the OSD
image vertically by pressing the “<
or > “ button. V-position moves the
OSD position up or down. 0-100
OSD DURATION:0-50
OSD HALFTONE:0-100
Sleep-timer: Lets you set the monitor
to turn off after a given amount of
time (off .15min.30min.45min.60min)
Back light: HIGH. MID. LOW (If available)
Auto power: (ON.OFF) Only
working with Body sensor
MEM-RECALL: press ► key will be
reset to the factory defaults
Equalizer The five-band graphic
equalizer lets you adjust the audio
frequency settings. You can select
one of the five-band Equalizer
Presets or create your own personal
preset.
Balance to balance right and left
sound of the monitor,
The intermediate value is 0,when
indication value of balance increases
toward +50,sound of the right and left
speaker becomes stronger and
weaker, respectively, when indication
value of balance decrease toward -50
sound of the right and left speaker
becomes weaker and stronger
Sound Mode Provides special
processing through your speakers
(depending on the setting you chose
as your Sound Type). The available
audio modes are:
Standard. User. movie. music.
Standard: Does not give any special
processing, simply provides the mono
or stereo sound provided by the
signal you're watching.
AVC:ON OFF
SURROND: the surround sound
feature expands the audio listening
field wider and deeper to create
exceptional sound quality from the
monitor’s speakers
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ADVANCE
Press< or > for desired adjust
parameter option until satisfactory
value is achieved ,when VGA signals
are received ,the automatic modes is
used for parameter adjustment.
H size: horizontal size of picture can
be adjust in this item
HSTART: horizontal position of
picture can be adjust in this item
V size: vertical size of picture can be
adjusted in this item
V START: vertical position of picture
can be adjust in this item
MULITI WINDOW:
OFF.PIP. POP
The default value is off, Lets you
select your window for the picture:
PIP . POP
Care and Cleaning
CAUTION: Turn off your MONITOR before cleaning.
You can clean the MONITOR as required, using a soft lint-free cloth. Be sure
to occasionally dust the ventilation slots in the cabinet to help assure
adequate ventilation.
The MONITOR’s screen may be cleaned with a soft, lint-free cloth as well.
Take care not to scratch or mar the screen. If necessary, you may use a cloth
dampened with warm water. While cleaning do not spray liquid directly on the
screen, or allow liquid to run down the screen and inside the Monitor. Also,
never place drinks or vases with water on top of the monitor. This could
increase the risk of fire or shock hazard or damage to the monitor.
Mounting Your MONITOR to the Wall
Caution: The wall mount must bear a minimum of five times The monitor’s net
weight without causing damage. To mount your MONITOR to the wall you
need to purchase a VESA wall mount. For models 15inch. 17inch .
19inch.20inch, purchase a VESA 100 x 100, KM4x 8mm (100 x 100, for
example, means the mounting measurements are 100mm horizontally and
100mm vertically; M4 x 8 mm is the type screw that needs to be used).
1.You need to remove the base first before attaching the wall mount.
A. Place the MONITOR face down on a surface that is soft, yet strong
enough to hold the MONITOR.
B. Use a screwdriver to remove the screws from the four holes on
each side of the bottom of the MONITOR’s base (only use with base)
2.Make sure all cables are already connected to the MONITOR.
3.Follow the directions included with the wall mount to mount the
monitor to the wall.
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