5015SLR - Pro-face America
5015SLR
Sunlight Readable Flat Panel
Industrial Touch Monitor
User Manual
 2007 XYCOM AUTOMATION, LLC
Printed in the United States of America
Revision
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Description
Manual Released
Added a DC power terminal block diagram. Corrected
the labeling of the AC power terminal block.
Name change, correct cutout/dimensions
Add auto brightness adjust instructions
Date
09/06
01/07
04/07
06/07
Part Number 144812(D)
Trademark Information
Xycom and Xycom Automation are trademarks of Xycom Automation, L.L.C.
Xycom Automation, L.L.C. now is referred to as Pro-face through a D.B.A. The Pro-face name and logo will replace
the Xycom name and logo on all documents where possible.
Pro-face is a trademark of Digital Electronics Corporation.
Brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Intel and Pentium are
registered trademarks and Celeron is a trademark of Intel Corporation. Windows, Windows NT, and Windows XP are
registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and in other countries.
Copyright Information
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expressed written authorization from Xycom Automation, L.L.C.
The information contained within this document is subject to change without notice. Pro-face does not guarantee the
accuracy of the information.
United States FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class A EMI Compliance Statement:
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his or her own expense.
WARNING – European Users:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
INSTALLATION: Electromagnetic Compatibility WARNING
The connection of non-shielded equipment interface cables to this equipment will invalidate FCC EMI and European
Union EMC compliance and may result in electromagnetic interference and/or susceptibility levels which are in
violation of regulations which apply to the legal operation of this device. It is the responsibility of the system integrator
and/or user to apply the following directions, which relate to installation and configuration:
All interface cables must include shielded cables. Braid/foil type shields are recommended. Communication cable
connectors must be metal, ideally zinc die-cast backshell types, and provide 360-degree protection about the
interface wires. The cable shield braid must be terminated directly to the metal connector shell, ground drain wires
alone are not adequate.
Protective measures for power and interface cables as described within this manual must be applied. Do not leave
cables connected to unused interfaces or disconnected at one end. Changes or modifications to this device not
expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 – INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................1
PRODUCT OVERVIEW ....................................................................................................................................................1
Standard Features .................................................................................................................................................1
Optional Features...................................................................................................................................................1
Unpacking the Unit.................................................................................................................................................2
QUICK STARTUP ...........................................................................................................................................................2
CHAPTER 2 – INSTALLATION.....................................................................................................................................3
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS ..................................................................................................................................................3
5015SLR Dimensions (Black Bezel) ......................................................................................................................3
5015SLR Dimensions (Stainless Steel Bezel) .......................................................................................................4
Front Panel Controls ..............................................................................................................................................5
Rear Panel Controls...............................................................................................................................................5
I/O Panel ................................................................................................................................................................6
LOCATION AND ENCLOSURE CONSIDERATIONS .................................................................................................................7
PANEL INSTALLATION .....................................................................................................................................................8
POWER MANAGEMENT .................................................................................................................................................11
System Power......................................................................................................................................................11
Excessive Heat ....................................................................................................................................................13
Electrical Noise ....................................................................................................................................................13
Line Voltage Variation ..........................................................................................................................................14
HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS INSTALLATIONS .......................................................................................................................14
Definitions ............................................................................................................................................................16
Power Switch .......................................................................................................................................................18
Cable Connections...............................................................................................................................................18
Operation and Maintenance.................................................................................................................................19
Safety Agency Approval.......................................................................................................................................19
CHAPTER 3 – MONITOR SETTINGS .........................................................................................................................20
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) SWITCH ..........................................................................................................................20
MODE AND IMAGE ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................................................20
Recall the Factory Default Settings ......................................................................................................................23
ANALOG RGB INTERFACE SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................23
VIDEO MODES ............................................................................................................................................................24
CHAPTER 4 – OPERATOR INPUT.............................................................................................................................25
INSTALLING THE TOUCH SCREEN DRIVER ......................................................................................................................25
CALIBRATING THE TOUCH SCREEN................................................................................................................................26
ACCESSING THE “MOUSE RIGHT BUTTON” FUNCTIONALITY WITH THE TOUCH SCREEN .......................................................26
USING A POINTING DEVICE WITH A TOUCH SCREEN FOR DOS .........................................................................................26
CHAPTER 5 – HARDWARE........................................................................................................................................27
VGA INPUT CONNECTOR .............................................................................................................................................27
DVI-D INPUT CONNECTOR ..........................................................................................................................................28
SERIAL INTERFACE ......................................................................................................................................................28
Touch Screen RS-232 Output Connector ............................................................................................................29
TOUCH SCREEN USB OUTPUT CONNECTOR .................................................................................................................29
HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................30
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................31
BEFORE CONTACTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT ..................................................................................................................32
CONTACTING TECHNICAL SUPPORT ..............................................................................................................................32
PRODUCT REPAIR PROGRAM / RETURNING A UNIT TO PRO-FACE.....................................................................................33
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Chapter 1 – Introduction
Product Overview
Pro-face/Xycom industrial flat panel touch monitors offer state-of-the-art
performance and features while meeting the rigorous requirements of the plant floor.
Pro-face/Xycom’s 5015SLR sunlight readable, high-resolution flat panel monitor
reflects the latest technology. The 5015SLR incorporates an industrialized enclosure,
a high bright LCD display with a resistive touch screen containing integrated films
that attenuate UV light and allows transmission of visible light.
Standard Features
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15” Flat Panel TFT XGA supporting resolutions up to 1024x768
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3.025” mounting depth
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Five-wire analog resistive touch screen with both RS-232 and USB interfaces
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Front panel controls for on-screen menus with lock-out switch on rear of units (for
units with aluminum bezel)
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DVI-D and 15-pin analog video inputs
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NEMA 4, 4X and 12 front panel (when properly mounted)
Optional Features
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Stainless steel front bezel, with rear panel controls for on-screen menus and lock-out
switch
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24V DC input power (optional)
Caution
Leaving your TFT LCD display on constantly can result in temporary image
retention (TIR). TIR can be avoided by using a screen saver, enabling the
idle/doze timeout feature, or by turning off the display when it is not in use.
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Unpacking the Unit
When you remove the 5015SLR from its shipping box, verify that you have the parts
listed below. Save the box and inner wrapping in case you need to reship the unit.
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5015SLR unit
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Installation Mounting Clip Fastners (14)
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VGA cable, 10 ft. (3 m), and
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RS-232C Cable, 10 ft. (3 m) for RS-232C touch option, and
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USB Cable, 10 ft. (3 m) for USB touch option
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Documentation and Support Library CD-ROM, which contains this manual and all
drivers required by this unit.
Quick Startup
This section depicts the steps to get the system up and running without explaining the
capabilities and options.
Warning
Remove power from the unit and disconnect the power cord before making
any adjustments to the inside or outside of the monitor.
Warning
For Hazardous Locations installation, review Hazardous Locations
Installation in Chapter 2 before startup.
To prepare the system for use, perform the following steps.
1. Attach the appropriate touch cable (USB or RS-232), following the instructions
in Chapter 2.
2. Attach the VGA cable.
3. Attach the power cord from the power receptacle to a properly grounded 100-240
V AC, 50-60 Hz, or an optional 18-30 V DC power source. (See System Power in
Chapter 2 for more information.)
4. First, turn on power to the 5015SLR (via an outlet power switch if applicable).
Then turn on power to the host computer. The system will boot up into the
operating system.
5. If using touch feature, install drivers on the host computer via the floppy, the CDROM, or the network, as applicable.
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Product Dimensions
5015SLR Dimensions (Black Bezel)
Figure 2-1. 5015SLR Dimensions
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5015SLR Dimensions (Stainless Steel Bezel)
Figure 2-2. Stainless Steel 5015SLR Dimensions
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Front Panel Controls
Figure 2-3. 5015SLR Front Panel Controls
Rear Panel Controls
Figure 2-4. Stainless Steel 5015SLR Rear Panel Controls
Table 2-1. 5015SLR Front and Rear Panel Controls Functions
1
LCD ON/OFF Power On/Off
POWER (LED)
2
AUTO
3
MENU
4
LEFT
5
RIGHT
Power Indicator
On = Power On, Off = Power Off
Automatically optimize positions, phase & clock when OSD is not
shown. Exit the OSD menu when OSD is shown
Enter OSD
Access sub-menu & selection
Selection or adjustment when OSD is shown
Quick Volume adjustment (Unused)
Adjustment when OSD is shown
Quick Volume adjustment (Unused)
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I/O Panel
Figure 2-5. 5015SLR I/O Panel
Warning
To maintain a safe condition, do not use the USB port when the unit is
operating in the presence of a hazardous environment.
Table 2-2. 5015SLR I/O Panel Functions
Feature
Description
AC Input
100-240 VAC auto-ranging (AC units only)
DC Input
19-30 VDC (DC units only)
Touch output to
computer
The two following features will be available on all units.
Touch Out USB and
RS232
USB and RS232 touch screen output
OSD Selector Switch
Used to enable or disable (lock) adjustment buttons on front of
monitor
Video Inputs
The 5015SLR monitor has two video input options:
Digital Video Input (DVI), a DVI-D connector, for digital signal
input to an analog monitor;
VGA Input (VGA), to connect this VGA monitor for standard
analog input from a computer.
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Location and Enclosure Considerations
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Account for the unit dimensions and operational thermal environment when selecting
an installation location or enclosure (see page 3, 11, and 28 for unit dimensions and
thermal specifications).
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You can maintain the NEMA 4 seal by mounting the unit in an approved enclosure
that has a 14-gauge (0.075"/1.9 mm thick) steel or (0.125"/3.2 mm thick) aluminum
front face.
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Place the unit at a comfortable working level.
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Mount the unit in an upright position, if possible.
•
Consider locations of accessories such as AC power outlets and lighting (interior
lighting and windows) for installation and maintenance convenience.
•
Prevent condensation by installing a thermostat-controlled heater or air conditioner.
•
Avoid obstructing the airflow to allow for maximum cooling.
•
Place any fans or blowers close to the heat-generating devices. If using a fan, make
sure that outside air is not brought inside the enclosure unless a fabric or other
reliable filter is used. This filtration prevents conductive particles or other harmful
contaminants from entering the enclosure.
•
Do not select a location near equipment that generates excessive electromagnetic
interference (EMI) or radio frequency interface (RFI) (equipment such as high-power
welding machines, induction heating equipment, and large motor starters).
•
Do not place incoming power line devices (such as isolation or constant voltage
transformers, local power disconnects, and surge suppressers) near the system. The
proper location of incoming line devices keeps power wire runs as short as possible
and minimizes electrical noise transmitted to the unit.
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Make sure the location does not exceed the unit's shock, vibration, and temperature
specifications (see Environmental Specifications on page 26).
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Install the unit so it does not cause a hazard from uneven mechanical loading.
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Incorporate a readily accessible disconnect device in the fixed wiring on permanently
connected equipment.
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Avoid overloading the supply circuit.
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Panel Installation
This monitor should be mounted and used where NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 type
enclosures are employed. When mounted properly, the monitor meets or exceeds the
sealing requirements set forth in the NEMA 4 and NEMA 12 specifications (per
NEMA 250). The monitor uses "U"-shaped clips and a special gasket to achieve the
proper seal.
Make a cutout in one of the walls of your NEMA enclosure (see Figure 2-6 for cutout
dimensions). Enclosures made of heavier gauge metal work better in that they won't
deform or bend as easily when the monitor's sealing gasket is compressed.
Figure 2-6. 5015SLR Cutout Dimensions
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Figure 2-7. Black Bezel Mounting Clip Locations
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Figure 2-8. Stainless Steel Mounting Clip Locations
Mounting into a 5015SLR Opening
The 5015SLR has 14 total mounting clips: 4 on both the top and bottom of the monitor, and 3
mounting clips on both of the sides. Hold the monitor in place while you install the mounting clips
(see Figure 2-7 or Figure 2-8 for mounting clip locations). Tighten the clips in a crisscross pattern.
This will help to develop an even pressure on the sealing gasket. Tighten the clips until the back of
the monitor's front bezel begins to contact the front of the NEMA enclosure (at least 7 in-lbs of
torque).
Insert the hook section into the slots and tighten the fastener with a screwdriver, as shown. Tighten
the clips until the back of the monitor’s front bezel begins to contact the front of the NEMA enclosure
(at least 7 in-lbs of torque).
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Panel
Mounting Clip
Display
Unit
Figure 2-9. Fastening the Monitor to the Panel
Caution
Over-tightening the clips can cause damage to the monitor, which can result
in loss of seal integrity.
Power Management
The monitor is based on the VESA DPMS and the DVI DMPM standards. To
activate the monitor's Power Management function, both the video card and the
computer must conform to the VESA DPMS standard and the DVI DMPM standard.
System Power
It is a good practice to use isolation transformers on the incoming AC power line to
the system. An isolation transformer is especially desirable in cases in which heavy
equipment is likely to introduce noise onto the AC line. The isolation transformer can
also serve as a step-down transformer to reduce the incoming line voltage to a desired
level. The transformer should have a sufficient power rating (units of volt-amperes)
to supply the load adequately.
Proper grounding is essential to all safe electrical installations. Refer to the relevant
federal, state/provincial, and local electric codes, which provide data such as the size
and types of conductors, color codes and connections necessary for safe grounding of
electrical components. The code specifies that a grounding path must be permanent
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(no solder), continuous, and able to safely conduct the ground-fault current in the
system with minimal impedance (minimum wire required is 18 AWG, 1 mm).
Observe the following practices:
•
Separate the power and ground (P. E., or Protective Earth) cable from signal cables at
the point of entry to the enclosure. To minimize the ground wire length within the
enclosure, locate the ground reference point near the point of entry for the plant
power supply.
•
All electrical racks or chassis and machine elements should be Earth Grounded in
installations where high levels of electrical noise can be expected. The rack/chassis
should be grounded with a ground rod or attached to a nearby Earth structure such as
a steel support beam. Connect each different apparatus to a single Earth Ground point
in a "star" configuration with low impedance cable. Scrape away paint and other
nonconductive material from the area where a chassis makes contact with the
enclosure.
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Power Terminal Block:
100-240 VAC
Power Input Terminal Block
19-30 VDC
Power Input Terminal Block
Number
Function
1
AC Line Input
2
AC Neutral Input
3
Protective Earth Ground
Number
Function
1
+ DC Line Input
2
– DC Return Input
3
Protective Earth Ground
Caution:
Use AWG18 wire or greater for the 5015SLR’s power cable.
Isolate the AC main circuit line, I/O signal lines, and power cord - do not bind or group
them together.
Excessive Heat
To keep the temperature in range, the cooling air at the base of the system must not
exceed the maximum temperature specification (see Environmental Specifications on
page 28). Allocate proper spacing between internal components installed in the
enclosure. When the air temperature is higher than the specified maximum in the
enclosure, use a fan or air conditioner to lower the temperature.
Electrical Noise
Electrical noise is seldom responsible for damaging components, unless extremely
high energy or high voltage levels are present. However, noise can cause temporary
malfunctions that can result in hazardous machine operation in certain applications.
Noise may be present only at certain times, may appear at widely spread intervals, or
in some cases may exist continuously.
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Noise commonly enters through input, output, and power supply lines and may also
be coupled through the capacitance between these lines and the noise signal carrier
lines. This usually results from the presence of high voltage or long, close-spaced
conductors. When control lines are closely spaced with lines carrying large currents,
the coupling of magnetic fields can also occur. Use shielded cables to help minimize
noise. Potential noise generators include switching components, relays, solenoids,
motors, and motor starters.
Refer to the relevant Federal, State/Provincial, and local electric codes, which
provide data such as the size and types of conductors, color codes and connections
necessary for safe grounding of electrical components. It is recommended that highand low-voltage cabling be separated and dressed apart. In particular, AC cables and
switch wiring should not be in the same conduit with all communication cables.
Line Voltage Variation
The power supply section of the unit is built to sustain the specified line fluctuations
and still allow the system to function in its operating margin. As long as the incoming
voltage is adequate, the power supply provides all the logic voltages necessary to
support the monitor unit.
Unusual AC line variations may cause undesirable system shutdowns. As a first step
to reduce line variations, correct any possible feed problems in the distribution
system. If this correction does not solve the problem, use a constant voltage
transformer. The constant voltage transformer stabilizes the input voltage to the
systems by compensating for voltage changes at the primary in order to maintain a
steady voltage at the secondary. When using a constant voltage transformer, check
that the power rating is sufficient to supply the unit.
Hazardous Locations Installations
Pro-face designed this system with the intention of meeting the requirements of Class
I, Division 2 and Class II, Division 2 Hazardous Locations applications. Division 2
locations are those locations that are normally non-hazardous, but potentially
hazardous should an accident expose the area to flammable vapors, gases or
combustible dusts.
These systems are non-incendiary devices. They are not intrinsically safe and should
never be operated within a Division 1 (normally hazardous) location when installed as
described here. Nor should any peripheral interface device attached to these systems be
located within Division 1 locations unless approved and/or certified diode barriers are
placed in series with each individual signal and DC power line. Any such installations
are beyond the bounds of Pro-face design intent. Pro-face accepts no responsibility for
installations of this equipment or any devices attached to this equipment in Division 1
locations.
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It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that the product is properly rated for
the location. If the intended location does not presently have a Class, Division, and
Group rating, then users should consult the appropriate authorities having jurisdiction
in order to determine the correct rating for that Hazardous Location.
In accordance with Federal, State/Provincial, and Local regulations, all hazardous
location installations should be inspected by the appropriate authority having
jurisdiction prior to use. Only technically qualified personnel should install, service,
and inspect these systems.
Warning
Suitable for use in Class I, Division 2 Groups A, B, C, and D, and Class II,
Division 2, Groups F and G hazardous locations or non-hazardous locations
only. Temperature Code T6.
Warning - Explosion Hazard
Substitution of components may impair suitability for Class I, Class II,
Division 2.
Advertissement Risque D’ Explosion
La substitution de composants peut rendre ce materiel inacceptable pour les
emplamements de classe I, II, Division 2.
Warning - Explosion Hazard
Do not disconnect equipment unless the power has been switched off or the
area is known to be non-hazardous.
Advertissement Risque D’ Explosion
Avant de deconnecter l’equipment, coupler le courant ou s’assurer que
l’emplacement est designe non dangereux.
Warning - Explosion Hazard
When in hazardous locations, turn off power before replacing or wiring
modules.
Advertissement Risque D’ Explosion
Dans les situations hasardees, couper la courant avant de remplacer ou de
cabler les modules.
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Definitions
The following Class and Division explanations are derived from Article 500
(Sections 5 and 6) of the United States National Fire Protection Agency National
Electric Code (NFPA 70). They are not complete and are included here only for a
general description for those not familiar with generic hazardous locations’
requirements.
Persons responsible for the installation of this equipment in Hazardous Locations are
responsible for ensuring that all relevant codes and regulations related to location
rating, enclosure, and wiring are met.
Class I Locations
Class I locations are those in which flammable gases or vapors are or may be present
in the air in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitable mixtures.
Class II Locations
Class II locations are those that are, or may become, hazardous because of the
presence of combustible dust.
Division 1 Locations
A Division 1 location is one in which flammable or ignitable gasses, vapors, or
combustible dusts and particles can exist due the following conditions:
•
Normal operating conditions.
•
Because of repair, maintenance conditions, leakage, or where mechanical failure
or abnormal operation of machinery or equipment might release or cause
explosive or ignitable mixtures to be released or produced.
•
Combustible dusts of an electrically conductive nature may be present in
hazardous quantities.
Note
Pro-face/Xycom 5015SLR systems are not suitable for installation within
Division 1 locations.
Note
Electrical equipment cannot be installed in Division 1 locations unless they
are intrinsically safe, installed inside approved explosion-proof enclosures, or
installed inside approved purged and pressurized enclosures.
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Division 2 Locations
•
Class I volatile flammable liquids or flammable gasses are handled, processed,
or used, but confined within closed containers or closed systems from which
they can escape only in cases of accidental rupture or breakdown of such
enclosures or systems, or in case of abnormal operation of equipment.
•
Ignitable concentrations of Class I vapors or gasses are normally prevented by
positive mechanical ventilation, but which may become hazardous due to
mechanical failure of those ventilation systems.
•
Location is adjacent to a Division 1 location.
•
Class II combustible dust is not normally in the air in quantities sufficient to
produce explosive or ignitable mixtures. Dust accumulations are normally
insufficient to interfere with normal operation of electrical equipment or other
apparatus. Combustible dust may be in suspension in the air as a result of the
following: infrequent malfunctioning of handling or processing equipment;
combustible dust accumulations on, or in the vicinity of electrical equipment;
may be ignitable by abnormal operation or failure of electrical equipment.
Groups
All electrical equipment that is approved for use in hazardous locations must include
a group rating. Various flammable and combustible substances are divided into these
groups as a function of their individual maximum experimental safe gap (MESG),
explosion pressure, and ignition temperature.
Component temperatures and the potential for spark based upon voltage, current, and
circuit characteristics, within electrical equipment, will determine what the
equipment group rating will be. A device approved for installation within Class I,
Group A locations may also be used in Groups B, C, or D.
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Power Switch
The systems do not have a power switch. The amount of input power required by
these systems classifies a power switch as an incendiary device because the voltage
and current across the make/break device are capable of creating a spark.
Hazardous locations’ regulations require that a power switch rated for ordinary
locations may be used if it is located in an area specified as non-hazardous. However,
limits in cable length between the workstation and the power switch may apply.
Otherwise the switch must be compliant with Class I, Division 1 requirements
(intrinsically safe). These switches are built in a manner that prevents the possibility
of a spark when contacts are made or broken.
Use suitable UL listed and/or CSA Certified Class I, Division 1 switches in
hazardous locations. These switches are available from a wide number of sources. It
is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that the power switch selected for their
installation has the correct hazardous locations rating for the location in which it is
installed.
Cable Connections
Division 2 hazardous locations’ regulations require that all cable connections be
provided with adequate strain relief and positive interlock. USB connections can be
used when the 5015SLR is installed within a suitable enclosure, such that the USB
cables are not operator accessible. If the USB cable leaves the enclosure, then it must
have adequate strain relief provided by the system integrator/customer.
All communication cables should include a chassis ground shield. This shield should
include both copper braid and aluminum foil. The D-sub style connector housing
should be a metal conductive type (e.g., molded zinc) and the ground shield braid
should be well terminated directly to the connector housing. Do not use a shield drain
wire.
The outer diameter of the cable must be suited to the inner diameter of the cable
connector strain relief in order to ensure that a reliable degree of strain relief is
maintained.
Warning
Never connect or disconnect the communication cables while power is
applied at either end of the cable. This may result in an incendiary spark.
Permanent damage to the workstation communication components may
occur.
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Operation and Maintenance
The systems have been designed for compliance with relevant spark ignition tests.
However, please note that the workstation front panel contrast adjustment tactile
switches and keyboard connector are the only make/break components intended to be
exercised by the operator in the course of normal operation.
Always observe the following rules with respect to hazardous location installations:
1. Always install the workstations within an enclosure suitable for the specific
application. General-purpose enclosures may be acceptable for Class I
applications but are never acceptable for Class II applications. Type 4 (IP 65)
enclosures are recommended even when not required by regulations.
2. If present, keep enclosure doors or openings closed at all times, to avoid the
accumulation of foreign matter inside the workstation.
3. Never subject the unit to any installation or service procedures unless power is
removed and the area is known to be non-hazardous. This includes the
installation or removal of power cables, communication cables, or removal of the
rear cover of the unit.
Only technically qualified service personnel should perform all installation and
service. These workstations are designed to require no service in the course of normal
operation by an operator.
Safety Agency Approval
The Pro-face systems are designed to meet the following standards:
• Underwriters Laboratories Inc., UL 1604 Standard for Safety
Electrical equipment for use in Class I and Class II, Division 2, locations
• Underwriters Laboratories Inc., UL 508, Information Technology Equipment
• Canadian Standard Association, Specification C22.2 No. 213-M1987
Non-incendiary electrical equipment for use in Class I, Division 2 hazardous
locations
• Canadian Standards Association, Specification C22.2 No. 142
Information Technology Equipment
• IEC 60950-1, Information Technology Equipment
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Caution
Leaving your TFT LCD display on constantly can result in temporary image
retention (TIR). TIR can be avoided by using a screen saver, enabling the idle/doze
timeout feature on your computer, or by turning off the display when it is not in
use.
On-Screen Display (OSD) Switch
The OSD Select switch is located on the I/O panel (see Figure 2-5) and offers two
choices: enable or disable. The keys on the front of the monitor can be locked-out by
setting the OSD switch to disable, or unlocked by setting the OSD switch to enable.
Caution
Touch data can be transmitted to host while OSD is enabled or disabled.
Mode and Image Adjustment
Not all video controllers produce exactly the same video output levels or the same
timing. The 5015SLR uses on-screen configuration menus to make setup and
adjustment easy. For units with black bezels, the menus are selected and the menu
items are adjusted using the buttons located on the front panel of the monitor. For
stainless steel bezels the buttons are located on the rear of the unit. With the OSD
enabled, follow the general instructions below to navigate through the adjustment
menus and make adjustments.
Note
See Figure 2-3 and Figure 2-4 for detailed pictures of the OSD controls.
With the “POWER” light on and video information already displayed on the screen,
press MENU to view the onscreen adjustment menu icons. Then use the LEFT or
RIGHT to highlight one of the icons. Once the desired icon is highlighted use the
MENU key to select the feature in the menu that you want to adjust. Use the LEFT
or RIGHT keys to increase or decrease the feature’s value. Use the MENU key to
select another feature that you would like to adjust or press the AUTO key to back
out of a particular menu. If no features are selected for any of the adjustment menus
then pressing the AUTO key will exit the OSD menu. Waiting for a few seconds will
also cause the OSD menu to be exited. Below, icons and the associated adjustment
features are listed:
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Brightness
66
Contrast
50
Clock
50
Phase
31
H. Position
53
V. Position
47
Sharpness
1
2
3
4
5
Option
Volume
50
Mute
Off
On
Note: This feature only exists on the black bezel units and is currently not used.
Auto Brightness Off
On
LUX Value
72
Brightness ADD
0
Brightness DEC
0
Notes:
1. The “Auto Brightness” feature only exists on the stainless steel units.
2. “Brightness ADD” and “Brightness DEC” only function when the “Auto
Brightness” control is “On”.
3. Increase “Brightness ADD” level when Auto Dimming light level is too low for
ambient light condition.
4. Increase “Brightness DEC level” when Auto Dimming light level is too high for
ambient light condition.
5. When incrementing “Brightness ADD” or “Brightness DEC”, only one selection
box can contain a value i.e. Values can not be present in both “Brightness ADD”
and “Brightness DEC”
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9300
7500
6500
User
Red
50
Green
50
Blue
50
English
…
Français
…
Deutsch
…
Español
…
Italiano
OSD Time Out
30
OSD Position
1
2
3
4
5
OSD Transparen
0
Auto Setting
Off
On
Recall
No
Yes
Aspect Ratio
4:3
5:4
Option
Analog
Digital
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Light Enable
Off
On
Light Contrast
72
Light Bright
50
Light H Start
24
Light H Width
50
Light V Start
25
Light V Height
50
Note: This feature only exists on the black bezel units.
Recall the Factory Default Settings
Follow these steps to reset the factory default settings for the OSD.
1. Navigate to the
menu and highlight Recall.
2. Press RIGHT to choose yes.
3. Press AUTO to reach the Main Menu then press AUTO again to exit the
OSD.
Analog RGB Interface Specifications
Analog RGB interface specifications include the following :
•
Based on VESA standard, separate analog RGB
•
Input range: 0.5 to 1.0Vp-p typical with terminal resistance of 75Ω
•
H sync signal input: TTL level, negative true or positive true
•
V sync signal input: TTL level, negative true or positive true
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Video Modes
The following video modes are supported on the 5015SLR flat panel SXGA monitor:
•
1280 x 1042
•
1024 x 768
•
800 x 600
•
640 x 480
NOTE
All video modes are non-interlaced.
If the monitor is receiving timing signals that are not compatible, [OUT OF
RANGE] will appear. Follow your computer’s instruction manual to set the
timing so that it is compatible with the monitor.
If the monitor is not receiving any signal (synch signal), [NO SIGNAL] will
appear briefly.
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Chapter 4 – Operator Input
Installing the Touch Screen Driver
Your 5015SLR monitor contains an Elo Graphic touch screen and controller. You
will have to load the correct touch screen driver on the computer to which you will be
connecting the 5015SLR. The following steps should be performed on that
computer.
Note
The following instructions assume that a web browser is installed on the
computer.
1. Insert the Pro-face Documentation and Support Library CD into the CD-ROM
drive.
2. If the Doc CD autostarts, proceed to the next step. If the Doc CD does not
autostart, open the CD in Windows Explorer and double click on the file
“index.html.”
3. Choose “Flat Panel Monitors” from the links at the top of the home page and
then choose the “5015SLR” on the next page. From the 5015SLR page, you can
download the User Manual and/or the appropriate touch screen driver.
4. Find the driver for your operating system and click on the link. Choose the
“Save” button on the resulting dialog box.
5. Type a destination folder in which to save the download and press the “Save”
button. The download will be very short.
6. Extract the files from the .zip file just downloaded.
i.
For the DOS and Windows NT operating systems, only RS-232 touch is
supported. Choose the appropriate directory.
ii. For Windows 98, directories are created for USB and RS-232. Choose
the appropriate directory.
iii. For Windows 2000 and XP, the same driver supports both USB and
RS-232 touch and only one directory is created.
7. Go to the appropriate sub-directory and follow the instructions in the readme.txt
file.
If your computer doesn’t have a web browser, open the CD in Windows Explorer and
choose the driver zip file for your operating system from the folder:
DRIVERS/5015SLR
Copy it to a folder on your computer and follow steps 6 & 7 above.
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Calibrating the Touch Screen
You need to calibrate the touch screen in the following cases:
•
•
The cursor does not follow the movement of your finger or pen.
You adjust the size of the video image or change the video mode.
To calibrate the touch screen, follow the instructions found in the applet:
START > SETTINGS > CONTROL PANEL > ELO
Accessing the “Mouse Right Button” Functionality with the
Touch Screen
Note
The Mouse Right Button functionality is supported on Windows 2000 and
Windows XP models with either USB or RS-232 touch screens. It is also
supported on Windows 98 models with RS-232 touch screens. It is not
supported on any other configurations.
Most Windows applications support use of the mouse right button, usually for
context sensitive pop-up menus. The Elo touch screen allows the user to access the
mouse right button functionality via an icon that can be optionally displayed. By
default, the icon is not displayed and every tap of the touch screen is interpreted as a
left button. To display the icon, bring up the Elo touch controller applet:
START > SETTINGS > CONTROL PANEL > ELO
Check the “Display right mouse button” box under the “Mode” tab and press OK.
The icon, in the shape of a 2-button mouse, will appear in the upper left corner of the
display. The icon can be dragged to any position on the display. Normally, the left
button on the icon will be shaded. Tap the right button on the icon to select the
mouse right button function. The shading in the icon will switch to the right button.
The next tap made on the touch screen will be interpreted as a right button click,
rather than the usual left button click. The effect is only for a single tap. The touch
screen switches the shading in the icon and changes back to the left button mode after
that single tap.
Using a Pointing Device with a Touch Screen for DOS
The DOS mouse driver must be loaded before loading the touch screen driver if both
a mouse and touch screen are to be supported. This applies only to DOS.
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Chapter 5 – Hardware
VGA Input Connector
Analog Signal Input Connector Pin (D-sub connector with 15 pins)
Table 5-1. VGA Input Connector Pinout
D-Shell (Female)
Symbol
Description
1
PCR
Red, analog
2
PCG
Green, analog
3
PCB
Blue, analog
4
ID2
Reserved for monitor ID bit 2 (grounded)
5
DGND
Digital Ground
6
AGND
Analog ground red
7
AGND
Analog ground green
8
AGND
Analog ground blue
9
DDC_5V
+5V power supply for DDC (optional)
10
DGND
Digital ground
11
IDO
Reserved for monitor ID bit 0 (grounded)
12
DDC_SDA
DDC serial data
13
HS_IN
Horizontal sync or composite sync, input
14
VS_IN
Vertical sync, input
15
DDC_SCL
DDC serial clock
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Chapter 5 – Hardware
DVI-D Input Connector
The DVI-D Input Connector is a D-sub connector with 26 pins (P3).
Table 5-2. DVI-D Input Connector Pinout
Pin
Signal Name
Pin
Signal Name
1
TMDS Data 2-
2
TMDS Data 2+
3
Digital ground
4
NC
5
NC
6
DDC Clock
7
DDC Data
8
Analog Vertial Sync
9
TMDS Data 1-
10
TMDS Data 1+
11
Digital ground
12
NC
13
NC
14
+5V power supply for
DDC (optional)
15
Ground (+5,
Analog H/V Sync)
16
NC
17
TMDS Data 0-
18
TMDS Data 0+
19
Digital ground
20
NC
21
NC
22
Digital ground
23
TMDS Clock +
24
TMDS Clock-
25
NC
26
NC
NC stands for No Connection
Serial Interface
RS-232C
Data Transmission Speed: 9600 bps
Data Length: 8 bits
Stop Bit: 1 bit
Parity: None
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Touch Screen RS-232 Output Connector
D-sub 9-pin female, Connector set screw: Inch type (4-40 UNC)
Table 5-3. Serial Signal Input Connector Pinout
Number
Symbol
Description
1
DCD
Data Carrier Detect
2
RX
Receive Data
3
TX
Transmit Data
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5
GND
Signal Ground
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
7
RTS
Request To Send
8
CTS
Clear To Send
9
NC
Note
Since all serial interface signals are the same on the PC side, use
a straight cable to connect the 5015SLR to the PC.
Touch Screen USB Output Connector
Table 5-4. Touch Screen USB Output Pinout
Pin
Symbol
Description
1
VBUS
+5V Power
2
D-
Data -
3
D+
Data +
4
GND
Ground
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Appendix A – Technical Specifications
Hardware Specifications
Table A–1. 5015SLR Hardware Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Mechanical*
Height
13.78” (350.01 mm)
Width
16.48” (418.59 mm)
Depth
2.9” (73.66 mm)
Weight
15.1 lbs (6.85 kg)
Electrical
AC Power
100-240 VAC, 1.0A, 50/60 Hz, 70W Nominal
DC Power
19-30 VDC, 3.5A maximum, 66.5W Nominal
Front Panel
NEMA 4/4X/12 and IP65
Agency Approvals
UL Listed
508
1604
Regulatory Compliance
cUL Listed
CSA-C22.2, #142
CSA-C22.2, #213
CE
EN55022 – Class A
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
IEC 60950-1
FCC
47 CFR, Part 15, Class A
* See page 3 for detailed dimensions.
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Appendix A – Technical Specifications
Environmental Specifications
Table A-2. 5015SLR Environmental Specifications
Characteristic
Specification
Temperature
Operating
Non-operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 122° F)
-20° to 60° C (-4° to 140° F)
Humidity
Operating
20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Non-operating
20% to 80% RH, non-condensing
Operating
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3,048 m)
Altitude*
Non-operating
Sea level to 40,000 feet (12,192 m)
Vibration 5-2000 Hz
Operating
0.006” (0.15 mm) peak to peak displacement
1.0g maximum acceleration
Non-operating
0.015” (0.38 mm) peak to peak displacement
2.5g maximum acceleration
Shock
Operating**
15g peak acceleration, 11 msec duration, ½ sine wave
Non-operating
30g peak acceleration, 11 msec duration, ½ sine wave
* Consistent with internal component specifications
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Appendix B – Technical Support
Pro-face Technical Support offers a variety of support options to answer any
questions on Pro-face products and their implementation.
Before Contacting Technical Support
Refer to the relevant chapter(s) in your documentation for a possible solution to any
problem you may have with your system. If you find it necessary to contact
Technical Support for assistance, please have the following information at hand:
1. Serial number and model number.
2. The operating system type and version (i.e., Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0).
3. Exact wording of system error messages encountered.
4. Any relevant output listing from the Microsoft Diagnostic utility (MSD) or other
diagnostic applications.
5. Details of attempts made to rectify the problem(s) and results.
6. The log number assigned from Pro-face Technical Support if this is an ongoing
problem.
7. The name of the Technical Support Engineer with whom you last spoke, if
known.
Contacting Technical Support
Internet/Email
Website: http://www.profaceamerica.com.
This site contains the newest product datasheets, references by industrial
sector, application notes, and a link to email technical support.
Email: support@profaceamerica.com.
Phone/Fax
Pro-face Technical Support:
Phone: 734-944-0482.
Fax:
734-429-1010, Attention – Technical Support
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Appendix B – Technical Support
Product Repair Program / Returning a Unit to Pro-face
Pro-face’s Product Repair & Customization Department (PR&C) restores equipment
to normal operating condition and implements engineering changes that enhance
operating specifications. Pro-face tests products returned to Pro-face with the
standard Pro-face test diagnostics.
Follow the steps below to prepare the unit for shipment:
1. Obtain an RMA number for your unit via the Pro-face RMA Request Page at
http://www.profaceamerica.com//rma// or by calling your nearest Pro-face Repair
Department or Pro-face. at 734-944-0482.
2. Please have the following information:
•
Company name, shipping and billing address
•
Type of service desired: product repair or product exchange
•
Product model number, part number, quantity, serial number(s), and warranty
status
•
Failure mode and failure systems
•
Purchase order number or repair order number
3. Make sure the front panel assembly is properly attached to the unit.
4. Attach failure information to the unit to speed processing.
5. Place the unit securely in its original packaging or an equivalent heavy-duty box.
6. Mark the RMA number on your purchase order and on the outside of the box.
7. Send the unit to the address given when you receive your RMA number.
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750 North Maple Rd.
Northern Europe Sales: +44-1604-790-767
Saline, MI 48176
Southern Europe Sales: +39-011-770-53-11
Phone: 734-429-4971
Fax: 734-429-1010
http://www.profaceamerica.com
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