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HP LD4201, LD4210 and LD4710
Digital Signage Displays
User Guide
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Second Edition (February 2011)
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About this guide
This guide provides information on setting up the display, installing drivers, using the On-Screen
Display menu, troubleshooting, and technical specifications.
WARNING! Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in bodily
harm or loss of life.
CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage
to equipment or loss of information.
NOTE: Text set off in this manner provides important supplemental information.
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Table of contents
1 Product features ............................................................................................................... 1
HP Digital Signage models ........................................................................................................ 1
Accessories ............................................................................................................................. 1
Optional accessories ................................................................................................................ 2
2 Safety and maintenance guidelines .................................................................................. 3
Important safety information ...................................................................................................... 3
Maintenance guidelines ............................................................................................................ 4
Cleaning the display ................................................................................................. 5
Shipping the display .................................................................................................. 5
3 Setting up the display ....................................................................................................... 6
Installing the stand (sold separately) ........................................................................................... 6
Connecting the speakers (sold separately) ................................................................................... 9
Rotating to the portrait position ................................................................................................ 11
Using the remote control ......................................................................................................... 12
Inserting the batteries ............................................................................................... 12
Identifying remote control buttons .............................................................................. 13
Identifying display components ................................................................................................ 15
Display components ................................................................................................ 15
Display control panel ............................................................................................... 16
Display ports .......................................................................................................... 17
VESA mounting support and security slot ................................................................................... 17
Connecting to external devices ................................................................................................ 19
Connecting RGB ..................................................................................................... 22
Connecting DisplayPort (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p) ....................................... 23
Connecting HDMI (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p) ............................................... 23
Connecting LAN (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only) ................................................... 25
Connecting daisy chain displays .............................................................................................. 26
4 Operating the display ..................................................................................................... 28
Software and utilities .............................................................................................................. 28
The information file .................................................................................................. 28
The image color matching file ................................................................................... 28
Installing the .INF and .ICM files .............................................................................................. 29
Installing from the CD .............................................................................................. 29
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Downloading from the Web ..................................................................................... 29
Using the auto-adjustment function (RGB INPUT source only) ........................................................ 30
Using the On-Screen Display menu ........................................................................................... 30
Using the remote control to adjust the OSD ................................................................ 31
OSD menu selections ............................................................................................... 32
Selecting an Aspect Ratio ......................................................................................... 37
Adjusting the timer function ...................................................................................... 37
Clock ...................................................................................................... 38
On Time and Off Time .............................................................................. 38
Sleep Timer ............................................................................................. 38
Auto Off ................................................................................................. 39
Power On Delay ...................................................................................... 39
Using Key Lock ....................................................................................................... 39
Using ISM Method .................................................................................................. 40
Using Tile Mode ..................................................................................................... 40
5 Using the HP Media Sign Player ...................................................................................... 42
Using Photo List ...................................................................................................................... 42
Using Music List ..................................................................................................................... 43
Using Movie List ..................................................................................................................... 44
Appendix A Troubleshooting ............................................................................................. 46
Solving common problems ...................................................................................................... 46
Using the Web ...................................................................................................................... 48
Preparing to call technical support ........................................................................................... 48
Appendix B Technical specifications ................................................................................... 49
HP Digital Signage Display ..................................................................................................... 49
HP LD4201 and HP LD4210 dimensions (with optional stand and speakers) ................................. 51
HP LD4710 dimensions (with optional stand and speakers) ......................................................... 53
Recognizing preset display resolutions ...................................................................................... 54
Preset display modes ............................................................................................... 54
DTV mode .............................................................................................................. 54
Power indicator ...................................................................................................... 55
Appendix C Command reference ....................................................................................... 56
Connecting the cable .............................................................................................................. 56
RS-232-C configurations .......................................................................................... 56
Communication parameter ....................................................................................... 57
Command reference list .......................................................................................................... 57
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Transmission/Receiving Protocol .............................................................................................. 59
01. Power (Command: a) ......................................................................................... 59
02. Input Select (Command: b) (Main Picture Input) ..................................................... 61
03. Aspect Ratio (Command: c) (Main picture format) ................................................. 62
04. Screen Mute (Command: d) ................................................................................ 62
05. Volume Mute (Command: e) ............................................................................... 63
06. Volume Control (Command: f) ............................................................................ 63
07. Contrast (Command: g) ...................................................................................... 64
08. Brightness (Command: h) ................................................................................... 65
09. Color (Command: i) (Video Timing only) .............................................................. 65
10. Tint (Command: j) (Video Timing only) ................................................................. 66
11. Sharpness (Command: k) (Video Timing only) ....................................................... 67
12. OSD Select (Command: l) .................................................................................. 68
13. Remote Lock/Key Lock (Command: m) ................................................................. 68
14. Balance (Command: t) ....................................................................................... 69
15. Color Temperature (Command: u) ....................................................................... 70
16. Abnormal state (Command: z) ............................................................................ 70
17. ISM Method (Command: j p) .............................................................................. 71
18. Auto Configure (Command: j u) .......................................................................... 71
19. Key (Command: m c) ......................................................................................... 72
20. Tile Mode (Command: d d) ................................................................................ 72
21. Tile H Position (Command: d e) ........................................................................... 72
22. Tile V Position (Command: d f) ............................................................................ 73
23. Tile H Size (Command: d g) ............................................................................... 73
24. Tile V Size (Command: d h) ................................................................................ 74
25. Tile ID Set (Command: d i) ................................................................................. 75
26. Natural Mode (In Tile Mode) (Command: d j) ....................................................... 75
27. Picture Mode (Command: d x) ............................................................................ 76
28. Sound Mode (Command: d y ) ........................................................................... 76
29. Fan Fault check (Command: d w ) ....................................................................... 77
30. Elapsed time return (Command: d l) ..................................................................... 77
31. Temperature value (Command: d n) ..................................................................... 78
32. Lamp fault Check (Command: d p) ...................................................................... 78
33. Auto volume (Command: d u) ............................................................................. 79
34. Speaker (Command: d v) ................................................................................... 79
35. Time (Command: f a) ......................................................................................... 80
36. On Timer (On/Off Timer) Time (Command: f d) .................................................... 80
37. Off Timer (On/Off Timer) Time (Command: f e) .................................................... 82
38. Scheduling Input select (Command: f u) (Main Picture Input) ................................... 83
39. Sleep Time (Command: f f) ................................................................................. 84
40. Auto Off (Command: f g) ................................................................................... 84
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41. Power On Delay (Command: f h) ........................................................................ 85
42. Language (Command: f i) ................................................................................... 85
43. DPM Select (Command: f j) ................................................................................ 86
44. Reset (Command: f k) ........................................................................................ 86
45. Energy saving (Command: f I) ............................................................................. 87
46. Power Indicator (Command: f o) ......................................................................... 87
47. Serial no. Check (Command: f y) ........................................................................ 88
48. S/W Version (Command: f z) ............................................................................. 88
49. Input Select (Command: x b) ............................................................................... 88
IR codes ................................................................................................................................ 89
Remote Control IR Code ........................................................................................... 89
Output waveform ..................................................................................... 89
Configuration of frame .............................................................................. 89
Lead code ............................................................................................... 90
Repeat code ............................................................................................ 90
Bit description .......................................................................................... 90
Frame interval: Tf ..................................................................................... 90
IR Codes Table ....................................................................................................... 90
Appendix D Agency regulatory notices .............................................................................. 93
Federal Communications Commission notice ............................................................................. 93
Modifications ......................................................................................................... 93
Cables ................................................................................................................... 93
Declaration of Conformity for products marked with the FCC logo (United States only) ................... 93
Canadian notice .................................................................................................................... 94
Avis Canadien ....................................................................................................................... 94
European Union regulatory notice ............................................................................................ 94
German ergonomics notice ..................................................................................................... 95
Japanese notice ..................................................................................................................... 95
Korean notice ........................................................................................................................ 95
Power cord set requirements .................................................................................................... 95
Japanese power cord requirements ........................................................................... 96
Product environmental notices .................................................................................................. 96
Materials disposal ................................................................................................... 96
Disposal of waste equipment by users in private households in the European Union ........ 96
Chemical substances ............................................................................................... 96
HP recycling program .............................................................................................. 96
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) ............................................................... 96
Turkey EEE regulation .............................................................................................. 97
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Product features
HP Digital Signage models
The HP LCD digital signage displays have a wide-aspect active matrix thin-film transistor (TFT) panel.
The displays features include the following:
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HP LD4201 model, 106.7 cm (42-inch diagonal) widescreen viewable area display with
1920 x 1080 native resolution
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HP LD4210 model, 106.7 cm (42-inch diagonal) widescreen viewable area display with
1920 x 1080 native resolution
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HP LD4710 model, 119.28 cm (47-inch diagonal) widescreen viewable area display with
1920 x 1080 native resolution
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Landscape and portrait wall mounting positions
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Video inputs support DisplayPort In/Out, HDMI In, RGB In/Out, and RS-232-C In/Out signal
inputs
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Audio input jack and external speaker ports
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LAN port (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only) for remote display control and controlling the
HP Media Sign Player
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HP Media Sign Player—Play image, video, and music files from a USB storage device; define
play list, timing options, and scheduling
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USB port for the HP Media Sign Player
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On-Screen Display (OSD) menu in several languages for ease of setup and screen optimization
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Screen adjustment buttons (Power On/Off, AUTO/SET, OSD Controls, MENU, and INPUT) on the
back of the display
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User controls to adjust Picture, Tile Mode, Timer, Energy Saving, Aspect Ratio, Audio, and
additional setup options
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Plug and play capability if supported by the system
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Security cable provision on rear panel to lock down the display and help prevent theft
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Support VESA compliant mounting interface with 600 x 400 mm (23.62 x 15.75 in) hole pattern
for the HP LD4201 and HP LD4210 models and 800 x 400 mm (31.50 x 15.75 in) hole pattern
for the HP LD4710 model
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Software and documentation CD
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Remote control
HP Digital Signage models
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Power cord
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DisplayPort cable
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HDMI cable
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RGB (VGA) cable
Optional accessories
Optional accessories (purchased separately) might vary depending on the model.
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Stand kit
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Speakers kit
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Wall mount kit
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Safety and maintenance guidelines
Important safety information
A power cord is included with the display. If another cord is used, use only a power source and
connection appropriate for this display. For information on the correct power cord set to use with the
display, refer to the Power cord set requirements on page 95.
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment:
• Do not disable the power cord grounding feature. The grounding plug is an important safety feature.
• Plug the power cord in a grounded (earthed) outlet that is easily accessible at all times.
• Disconnect power from the product by unplugging the power cord from the electrical outlet.
For your safety, do not place anything on power cords or cables. Arrange them so that no one can
accidentally step on or trip over them. Do not pull on a cord or cable. When unplugging from the
electrical outlet, grasp the cord by the plug.
To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the Safety and Comfort Guide. It describes proper
workstation, setup, posture, and health and work habits for computer users, and provides important
electrical and mechanical safety information. This guide is located on the Web at www.hp.com/ergo
and/or on the documentation CD, if one is included with the display.
CAUTION: For the protection of the display, as well as the media player/computer, connect all
power cords for the media player/computer and its peripheral devices (such as a display, printer,
scanner) to some form of surge protection device such as a power strip or Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS). Not all power strips provide surge protection; the power strips must be specifically labeled as
having this ability. Use a power strip whose manufacturer offers a Damage Replacement Policy so you
can replace the equipment, if surge protection fails.
Use the appropriate and correctly sized furniture designed to properly support your display.
WARNING! Displays that are inappropriately situated on dressers, bookcases, shelves, desks,
speakers, chests, or carts can fall over and cause personal injury.
Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the display so that they cannot be
pulled, grabbed, or tripped over.
CAUTION: Do not place the device in a location where water may drip and/or splash on the
device.
Do not place an object that contains water, such as a flower vase, on the device.
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Maintenance guidelines
To enhance the performance and extend the life of the display:
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Do not open the display cabinet or attempt to service this product yourself. Adjust only those
controls that are covered in the operating instructions. If the display is not operating properly or
has been dropped or damaged, contact an authorized HP dealer, reseller, or service provider.
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Use only a power source and connection appropriate for this display, as indicated on the label/
back plate of the display.
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Be sure the total ampere rating of the products connected to the outlet does not exceed the current
rating of the electrical outlet, and the total ampere rating of the products connected to the cord
does not exceed the rating of the cord. Look on the power label to determine the ampere rating
(AMPS or A) for each device.
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Install the display near an outlet that you can easily reach. Disconnect the display by grasping the
plug firmly and pulling it from the outlet. Never disconnect the display by pulling the cord.
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Turn the display off when not in use. You can substantially increase the life expectancy of the
display by using a screen saver program and turning off the display when not in use.
CAUTION: Burn-in or image sticking might occur on displays which display the same static
image on the screen for prolonged periods of time. To avoid burn-in or image sticking and to
prolong the life of the display, you should activate one of the four ISM selections in the OSD,
activate a screen-saver application, periodically cycle between static information and moving
images, or turn off the display when it is not in use for prolonged periods of time.
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Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. These openings must not be
blocked or covered. Never push objects of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings.
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Do not drop the display or place it on an unstable surface.
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Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not walk on the cord.
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Keep the display in a well-ventilated area, away from excessive light, heat or moisture.
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When removing the display base, you must lay the display face down on a soft area to prevent it
from getting scratched, defaced, or broken.
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Cleaning the display
1.
Turn off the display and unplug the power cord from the back of the unit.
2.
Dust the display by wiping the screen and the cabinet with a soft, clean antistatic cloth.
3.
For more difficult cleaning situations, use a 50/50 mix of water and Isopropyl alcohol.
CAUTION: Spray the cleaner onto a cloth and use the damp cloth to gently wipe the screen surface.
Never spray the cleaner directly on the screen surface. It might seep behind the bezel and damage the
electronics.
CAUTION: To clean the display screen or cabinet, do not use cleaners that contain any petroleumbased materials such as benzene or thinner or any volatile substance. These chemicals might damage
the display.
Shipping the display
Keep the original packing box in a storage area. You might need it later if you move or ship the
display.
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Setting up the display
To set up the display, ensure that the power is turned off to the display, media player/computer system,
and other attached devices, and then follow the instructions below.
Installing the stand (sold separately)
1.
Take the parts for the stand out of the box.
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HP LD4201 and LD4210—Four screws M4 x 32 mm (1.26 in) and stand
Figure 3-1 HP LD4201 and LD4210—Stand accessory contents
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HP LD4710—Four screws M4 x 10 mm (0.39 in) and stand
Figure 3-2 HP LD4710—Stand accessory contents
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2.
Place a soft cloth on the table and place the display with the screen facing downward. Connect
the stand as shown in the following figure.
Figure 3-3 HP LD4201 and LD4210—Sliding the stand onto the display
Figure 3-4 HP LD4710—Sliding the stand onto the display
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3.
Use the screws to secure the stand on the rear side of the product as shown in the figure.
Figure 3-5 HP LD4201 and LD4210—Securing the stand to the display
Figure 3-6 HP LD4710—Securing the stand to the display
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Connecting the speakers (sold separately)
1.
Mount the speakers onto the display.
Figure 3-7 Mounting the speakers
2.
Use the four Taptite D3 x 12 mm (0.47 in) screws to secure the speakers to the display.
Figure 3-8 Securing the speakers to the display
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3.
After installing the speakers, use the cable holders and cable ties (available on select models) to
secure the speaker cables.
Figure 3-9 Using the cable holders (feature available on select models)
Figure 3-10 Using the cable ties (feature available on select models)
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4.
After installing the speakers, connect to the SPEAKER input terminal by connecting the proper color
match for the left and right speakers.
Figure 3-11 Connecting to the input terminal
Rotating to the portrait position
When installing the display in the portrait position, rotate it clockwise based on its front. The display
can be rotated in only one direction.
NOTE: The display cannot be rotated if it is installed on the stand.
Figure 3-12 Installing portrait
NOTE: The LED indicator light orientation is on the bottom-right corner in the landscape position and
on the bottom-left corner when rotated to the portrait position.
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Rotating to the portrait position
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Using the remote control
Inserting the batteries
1.
Slide off the battery cover.
2.
Insert the batteries with correct polarity (+/-).
3.
Close the battery cover.
NOTE: To prevent environmental pollution, dispose of used batteries in accordance with your local
recycling guidelines.
Figure 3-13 Inserting batteries
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Identifying remote control buttons
Figure 3-14 Remote control buttons
1
2
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INPUT
ENERGY
MONITOR
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OFF
ON
SAVING
3
4
5
6
7
8
MARK
ARC
PSM
P
BRIGHT A
NESS G
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E
MUTE
MENU
9
10
11
16
17
AUTO
USB
19
20
OK
BACK
TILE
EXIT
ID
12
ON
OFF
21
22
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Component
Function
1
Power on/off
Turns the display on from standby or off to standby
2
MONITOR ON or
OFF
Turns the display on and off
3
Number
Types numbers
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Not supported
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Volume up (+) or
down (-)
Adjusts the volume
6
PSM
Selects the Picture Status Mode
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MUTE
Turns the sound on or off
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MENU
Selects a menu or clears all on-screen displays and returns to display viewing from any menu
9
Up/down/left/right
arrows
Allows navigation of the On-Screen Display menus and adjustment of the system settings
Using the remote control
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Component
Function
10
OK
Accepts a selection or displays the current mode
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BACK
Navigates one step back in an interactive application
12
ID ON or OFF
Enables the display lock
13
USB menu control
buttons
Use with the HP Media Sign Player option lists in the USB menu
14
ENERGY SAVING
Adjusts the Energy Saving mode
15
INPUT
Opens the Input Source menu options (RGB, HDMI/DVI, and DisplayPort)
16
Not supported
17
ARC
Selects the Aspect Ratio converter mode
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BRIGHTNESS
Adjusts the resolution and brightness by pressing the Up and Down buttons on the remote
control
In USB mode, the OSD menu uses the Page function of the BRIGHTNESS button to move to the
next file list.
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19
AUTO
Automatically adjusts picture position and minimizes image instability (RGB input only)
20
USB
Selects USB menu to control HP Media Sign Player
21
EXIT
Clears all on-screen displays and returns to display viewing from any menu
22
TILE
Selects the TILE Mode
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Identifying display components
The components of the display and their functions are identified in the following sections.
Display components
Figure 3-15 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Display components
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1
4
3
5
6
Figure 3-16 HP LD4710—Display components
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3
5
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Component
Function
1
IR receiver
Receives signals from the remote control
2
LED indicator light
Light is blue when display is on, amber when display is in power saving mode
3
Display control buttons
Power and OSD control buttons
4
Power cord receptacle
Power cord receptacle to connect the display to an electrical outlet
5
Display signal ports
RGB IN/OUT, HDMI/DVI, RS-232-C IN/OUT, Audio IN, DisplayPort IN/OUT,
USB, LAN (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only)
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External speaker connections
Connections for external speakers
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Display control panel
Figure 3-17 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Display control panel
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Figure 3-18 HP LD4710—Display control panel
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Component
Function
1
Power ON/OFF
Press to turn the power ON. Press again to turn it OFF.
2
AUTO/SET
When the OSD window is closed, the auto-adjustment feature to optimize the
screen image is activated.
When the OSD window is open, press to select a menu item or save changes.
3
OSD select/adjust button
Selects an OSD menu icon or adjusts the settings in the OSD screen.
UP
UP arrow ▲ adjusts up
OSD select/adjust button
Selects an OSD menu icon or adjusts the settings in the OSD screen.
DOWN
DOWN arrow ▼ adjusts down
OSD select/adjust button
Selects an OSD menu icon or adjusts the settings in the OSD screen.
LEFT
LEFT arrow ◄ adjusts left
OSD select/adjust button
Selects an OSD menu icon or adjusts the settings in the OSD screen.
RIGHT
RIGHT arrow ► adjusts right
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MENU
Opens or closes the OSD (On-Screen Display) menu screen.
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INPUT
Toggles between video inputs:
4
5
6
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DisplayPort—Digital signal
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HDMI/DVI—Digital signal
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RGB—15-pin D-Sub analog signal (VGA)
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Display ports
Figure 3-19 Display ports
Component
Function
1
Power cord receptacle
Power cord receptacle to connect the display to an electrical outlet.
2
RS-232-C (Control) serial
ports
RS-232-C (Control) serial ports connect to RS-232 devices.
3
HDMI/DVI, RGB IN, and
RGB OUT
HDMI supports High Definition (HD) input and HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital
Content Protection). Some devices require HDCP in order to display HD signals. DVI
input is supported with an HDMI to DVI signal cable (not included). RGB IN
supports analog VGA connections from PCs. RGB OUT supports cloning
connections with VGA cables from display to display.
4
AUDIO (RGB/DVI)
AUDIO (RGB/DVI) connects the audio cable to the Line Out on the media player/
computer sound card.
NOTE: Before connecting to the AUDIO (RGB/DVI) port on the display, verify
what type of Audio Out connection is available on the media player/computer
sound card. The Line Out on a media player/computer is used to connect to
speakers, including a built-in amplifier (AMP). For additional instructions, refer to the
sound card manual.
If the Audio Out on the media player/computer sound card has only Speaker Out,
reduce the media player/computer volume before connecting to the AUDIO (RGB/
DVI) port on the display.
If the Audio Out on the media player/computer sound card supports both Speaker
Out and Line Out, choose Line Out.
5
DP IN and DP OUT
(DisplayPort)
DP IN supports digital input with DisplayPort cables from a media player/computer.
DP OUT supports cloning of connections with DisplayPort cables from display to
display.
6
USB
USB connects a USB storage device to the HP Media Sign Player.
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LAN
LAN connects the display directly to a media player/computer or to a network
directly or indirectly by a router, hub, or switch using the LAN cable.
(HP LD4210 and HP LD4710
models only)
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SPEAKER
SPEAKER connects the external speakers to the display.
VESA mounting support and security slot
VESA FDMI (Video Electronics Standards Association Flat Display Mounting Interface)
wall mounting—This product supports a VESA FDMI-compliant mounting device. The mounting
devices can be purchased separately from HP.
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VESA mounting support and security slot
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Security cable provision—To help prevent theft, a security cable provision is available on the rear
of the display. The cable and lock required to connect to the display are available separately and can
be purchased from HP.
Figure 3-20 VESA mounting holes
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Connecting to external devices
1.
Be sure that the display, media player/computer, and all attached devices are turned off.
2.
Connect the signal input cable.
For additional information, refer to one of the following signal input cable sections:
3.
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Connecting RGB on page 22
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Connecting DisplayPort (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p) on page 23
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Connecting HDMI (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p) on page 23
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Connecting LAN (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only) on page 25
Connect the audio cable (sold separately) to the Audio (RGB/DVI) (1) connector on the rear of the
display and the other end to the Line Out port (2) on the media player/computer if the video
signal connection is from either a RGB (VGA) or DVI connector on the media player/computer.
Figure 3-21 Connecting the audio cable
1
2
NOTE: The ferrite core can be used to reduce electromagnetic waves when connecting an audio
cable. Fit the ferrite core to the audio cable. The ferrite core needs to be separated from the mold
by 5 cm (2 in).
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4.
Connect the AC power cord to the AC-IN connector on the rear of the display and the other end
to an electrical outlet. Before connecting the power cord, please read the power-cord safety
precautions in the Important safety information on page 3.
Figure 3-22 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Connecting the power cord
Figure 3-23 HP LD4710—Connecting the power cord
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5.
Turn on power to the display by pressing the power button (1).
Figure 3-24 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Power button
1
Figure 3-25 HP LD4710—Power button
1
6.
Turn on the media player/computer.
7.
Select an input signal:
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to open the Input List, select the appropriate input
signal, and then press the OK button to save your change.
Or, press the INPUT button on the back of the display, select the appropriate input signal, and
then press the AUTO/SET button to save your change.
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When connecting with a D-Sub (VGA) signal input cable, select RGB from the Input List.
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When connecting with an HDMI signal input cable or when connecting a DVI signal input
cable with the HDMI to DVI cable, select HDMI/DVI from the Input List.
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When connecting with a DisplayPort signal input cable, select DP from the Input List.
NOTE: If connecting more than one input source, connect the signal cables [HDMI/DVI, RGB (VGA),
and DisplayPort] to each media player/computer. Press the INPUT button on the remote control to select
the input to view.
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Connecting RGB
1.
For analog operation, connect the D-Sub signal cable to the RGB IN (1) connector on the rear of
the display and the other end to the connector (2) on the media player/computer.
NOTE: If connecting to a Mac media player/computer, use the standard Mac adapter (3)–not
included.
Figure 3-26 Connecting the D-Sub signal cable
2
1
3
2.
Connect the audio cable (sold separately) to the Audio (RGB/DVI) (1) connector on the rear of the
display and the other end to the Line Out port (2) on the media player/computer if the video
signal connection is from either a RGB (VGA) or DVI connector on the media player/computer.
Figure 3-27 Connecting the audio cable
1
3.
2
Select an input signal:
Press the INPUT button on the remote control, select the RGB input signal, and then press the OK
button to save.
Or, press the INPUT button on the back of the display, select the RGB input signal, and then press
the AUTO/SET button to save.
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Connecting DisplayPort (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
1.
Connect the DisplayPort cable to the DP IN port on the display and to the DisplayPort OUT port on
the media player/computer, and then connect the display power cord.
Figure 3-28 Connecting DisplayPort input to a media player/computer
2.
Select an input signal.
Press the INPUT button on the remote control, select the DP input signal, and then press the OK
button to save.
Or, press the INPUT button on the back of the display, select the DP input signal from the Input
List, and then press the AUTO/SET button to save.
Connecting HDMI (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p)
HDMI supports High Definition Input and HDCP. Some devices require HDCP in order to display HD
signals.
1.
Use one of the following examples to connect the HDMI input:
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Connect an HDMI signal cable to the HDMI/DVI port on the display and to the HDMI port on
the media player/computer, and then connect the display power cord.
Figure 3-29 Connecting the HDMI to HDMI signal cable
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Connect an HDMI to DVI signal cable to the HDMI/DVI port on the display, and then to the
DVI port on the media player/computer.
For AUDIO input from the media player/computer (this is only needed with DVI input signal
connections), connect the RCA-PC audio cable (cable not included) to the display and to the
Audio OUT ports on the media player/computer, then connect the display power cord.
NOTE: Use shielded signal interface cables (D-sub 15 pin cable, DVI cable) with ferrite
cores to maintain standard compliance for this product.
Figure 3-30 Connecting the HDMI to DVI signal cable
2.
Select an input signal.
Press the INPUT button on the remote control, select the HDMI/DVI input signal, and then press
the OK button to save.
Or, press the INPUT button on the back of the display, select the HDMI/DVI input signal, and
then press the AUTO/SET button to save.
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Connecting LAN (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only)
The LAN input on the display can connect to a media player/computer, a router (switch), or an
Intranet. A LAN connection with the display establishes communication between your media player/
computer and the display. This enables the use of the HP Network Sign Manager program, running on
the connected media player/computer, to assign an IP address to the display, to change display
settings, and to set up HP Media Sign Player options, play lists, and On/Off schedule times.
1.
Connect the LAN cable (not included) using one of the following connections:
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Computer Direct Connection—Connect the LAN cable to the LAN port on the display and to
the LAN port on the media player/computer (1).
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Router—Connect the LAN cable to the LAN port on the display and to a LAN port on the
router (2).
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Intranet—Connect the LAN cable to the LAN port on the display and to the Intranet network
via an access point (3).
Figure 3-31 Connecting the LAN cable
1
2
3
2.
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Install the HP Network Sign Manager on the media player/computer attached to the Intranet. To
download the HP Network Sign Manager, refer to the website www.hp.com. For details on using
the HP Network Sign Manager application, refer to the HP Network Sign Manager User Guide
(available only in English) included on the CD provided with the display.
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Connecting daisy chain displays
Multiple displays (up to 25) can be connected in a daisy chain (connect several displays together in
Tile Mode) to a computer using DisplayPort IN/OUT or with the combination of RGB IN/OUT and
RS-232-C IN/OUT ports on the display.
To connect displays in a daisy chain, the displays must all be connected with the same input/output
source (DisplayPort IN/OUT, RS-232-C IN/OUT, or RGB IN/OUT) as shown in the figures below.
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To daisy chain displays for video, use DisplayPort IN/OUT connections or RGB IN/OUT
connections.
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To daisy chain for both video and display command and control, use DisplayPort IN/OUT plus
RS-232-C IN/OUT or RGB IN/OUT plus RS-232-C IN/OUT.
NOTE: The number of displays that can be connected by daisy chain to one media player/computer
might vary depending on the signal status and cable loss. If the signal status is good, and there is no
cable loss, it is possible to connect up to twenty-five displays in a daisy chain from one media player/
computer.
If you are going to play video that is copy protected with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection
(HDCP), a maximum of six displays can be daisy chained.
To connect multiple displays in a daisy chain, connect the input signal cable from the media player/
computer to the first display in the daisy chain. Connect the subsequent displays, using the same input
signal cables, from the OUT port to the IN port of the next display, as shown in the figures below, until
all the displays are connected together.
Figure 3-32 Daisy chain connection—DisplayPort for video input signal
Display In
Display In
D i sp l ay In
D i sp l ay In
Display Out
Display Out
Display Out
Display Out
3
4
1
2
Figure 3-33 Daisy chain connection—RGB for video input signal
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4
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Figure 3-34 Daisy chain connection—RS-232-C
RS-232C
RS-232C
RS-232C
RS-232C
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
2
3
4
1
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Operating the display
Software and utilities
HP displays are Plug-and-Play with Windows® XP, Windows Vista™, and Windows 7 operating
systems, so you do not need to download the .INF file or the .ICM file for these operating systems. The
most current versions of the following software and utilities can be downloaded from the following
HP website for use with the displays as needed: www.hp.com.
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Auto-adjustment Pattern Utility—Optimizes the display.
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HP Network Sign Manager (HP LD4210 and HP LD4710 only)—Allows you to select and control
the display options remotely from a connected media player/computer and allows you to select
the options for the HP Media Sign Player. For more details on the HP Media Sign Player, refer to
Using the HP Media Sign Player on page 42. To install and configure the HP Network Sign
Manager software, refer to the HP Network Sign Manager User Guide (available only in English)
included on the CD provided with the display.
NOTE: If the display does not include a CD, the .INF and .ICM files can be downloaded from the HP
displays support website. Refer to Downloading from the Web on page 29.
The information file
The setup information, or .INF file, defines display resources used by Microsoft® Windows operating
systems to ensure display compatibility with the media player/computer’s graphics adapter.
The image color matching file
The image color matching, or .ICM file, is a color data file that is used in conjunction with graphics
applications to provide consistent color matching from display screen to printer, or from scanner to the
display screen. The .ICM file is only activated from within the graphics applications that support this
feature.
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Installing the .INF and .ICM files
You can install the .INF and .ICM files from the CD or download them from the HP displays support
website.
Installing from the CD
To install the .INF and .ICM files on the media player/computer from the CD:
1.
Insert the CD in the media player/computer CD-ROM drive. The CD menu appears.
2.
View the Display Driver Readme file.
3.
Select Install display driver software.
4.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
5.
Ensure that the proper resolution and refresh rates appear in the Windows Display control panel.
NOTE: You might need to install the digitally signed display .INF and .ICM files manually from the
CD in the event of an installation error. Refer to the Display Driver Readme file on the CD for
instructions (in English only).
Downloading from the Web
To download the latest version of .INF and .ICM files from the HP displays support website:
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1.
Refer to www.hp.com/support and select the country/region.
2.
Follow the links for the display to the support page and download page.
3.
Ensure the system meets the requirements.
4.
Download the software by following the instructions.
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Using the auto-adjustment function (RGB INPUT
source only)
You can optimize the screen performance by using the AUTO/SET button on the display (AUTO button
on the remote control) and the Auto-adjustment Pattern Utility software on the CD provided.
NOTE: Do not use this procedure if the display is set to use a DisplayPort or HDMI/DVI input source.
If the display is using a PC analog signal input, this procedure can correct the following image quality
conditions:
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Fuzzy or unclear focus
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Ghosting, streaking or shadowing effects
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Faint vertical bars
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Thin, horizontal scrolling lines
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An off-center picture
To use the auto-adjustment feature:
1.
Allow the display to warm up for 20 minutes before adjusting.
2.
Press the AUTO/SET button.
If the result is not satisfactory, continue with the procedure.
3.
Insert the CD in the disc drive. The CD menu appears.
4.
Select Open auto-adjustment software. The setup test pattern appears.
5.
Press the AUTO/SET button to produce a stable, centered image.
6.
Press the ESC key or any other key on the keyboard to exit the test pattern.
Using the On-Screen Display menu
The display settings can be adjusted from the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu.
Icon
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Main menu
Function description
Picture
Set or change Video characteristics such as aspect ratio, brightness, contrast,
energy savings, picture mode, and screen options
Audio
Set or change the audio options
Time
Set or change the timer options
Option
Set or change display options such as OSD language, network setup, led lights
on/off, control button lock, power management, DDC-CI, and ISM Method
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Icon
Main menu
Function description
Tile
Set or change the tile options
USB
Set or change the USB options
Using the remote control to adjust the OSD
Use the OSD to adjust the screen image based on your viewing preferences. To access the OSD, do
the following:
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1.
If the display is not already on, press the power button to turn on the display.
2.
Press the MENU button (1) on the remote control.
3.
To access a control, use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button (2).
4.
When the icon you want becomes highlighted, press the OK button (3).
5.
To access a control, use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button (4).
6.
When the list you want becomes highlighted, press the OK button (5).
7.
Use the down arrow ▼, up arrow ▲, left arrow ◄, or right arrow ► button (6) to set or change
the selected item to the desired setting.
8.
Accept the changes by pressing the OK button (7).
9.
Exit the OSD menu by pressing the EXIT button (8).
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OSD menu selections
The following table lists the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu selections and their functional descriptions.
Icon
Main menu
Submenu
Description
PICTURE
Aspect Ratio
Selects from the following screen image sizes:
Energy Saving
Picture Mode
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16:9—Widescreen mode.
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1:1—Picture format is 1:1 aspect ratio.
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Just Scan—Allows you to enjoy the transmitted data fully
without any images cut off. (This menu is activated only in
720P, 1080P, 1080i (HDMI/DVI-DTV, DisplayPort-DTV).)
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Original—Picture format is automatically set to 16:9 or
4:3 aspect ratio according to input signal.
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4:3—Picture format is 4:3 aspect ratio.
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14:9—Programs are viewed normally in 14:9 with black
bars added to the top and bottom. The 4:3 programs are
magnified on the top/bottom and left/right sides.
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Zoom—4:3 programs are magnified until they fill the
16:9 screen. The top and bottom will be cut off.
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Cinema Zoom 1—Picture format is 2.35:1 aspect ratio,
extending the picture horizontally with black bars added
to the top and bottom.
Select from the following screen brightness levels:
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Off—100% light
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Level 1—80% light
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Level 2—60% light
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Level 3—40% light
Select from the following screen presets:
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Vivid—Select to display with brightest image.
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Standard—The most general and natural screen display
status.
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Cinema—Lowers brightness by one level.
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Sport—Displays with a soft image.
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Game—To enjoy dynamic image when playing a game.
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Expert 1 and Expert 2—Allows user-defined settings:
◦
Backlight—Controls the brightness of the screen,
adjust the brightness of the LCD panel.
◦
Contrast—Adjusts the difference between the light
and dark levels.
◦
Brightness—Adjusts the brightness of the screen.
◦
Sharpness—Adjusts the clearness of the image.
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Icon
Main menu
Submenu
Description
◦
Color—Adjusts the color to desired level.
◦
Tint—Adjusts the tint to a desired level.
NOTE: If the Picture Mode setting is set to Vivid,
Standard, Cinema, Sport, or Game, the above
adjustments will be automatically set to predefined settings.
Advanced
Control
Select from the following screen color adjustment settings:
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◦
Cool—Slightly purplish white.
◦
Medium—Slightly bluish white.
◦
Warm—Slightly reddish white.
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Dynamic Contrast—Optimizes the contrast
automatically according to the brightness of the reflection.
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Dynamic Color—Adjusts the color of the reflection
automatically to reproduce natural colors as close as
possible.
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Noise Reduction—Removes the noise up to the point
where it does not damage the original picture.
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Gamma—Set your own gamma value. On the display,
high gamma values display whitish images and low
gamma values display high contrast images.
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Black Level—Adjusts the contrast and the brightness of
the screen using the black level of the screen for HDMI/
DVI and DP input source only.
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Color Temperature—Select from the following color
settings:
◦
Low—The reflection of the screen gets darker.
◦
High—The reflection of the screen gets brighter.
Film Mode—Adjusts the display, when watching a
movie, to the best picture appearance.
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Icon
Main menu
AUDIO
Submenu
Description
Expert 1 and
Expert 2 Control
Select from the following settings:
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Dynamic Contrast—Optimizes the contrast
automatically according to the brightness of the reflection.
●
Noise Reduction—Removes the noise up to the point
where it does not damage the original picture.
●
Gamma—Set your own gamma value. On the display,
high gamma values display whitish images and low
gamma values display high contrast images.
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Black Level—Adjusts the contrast and the brightness of
the screen using the black level of the screen.
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Film Mode—Adjusts the display, when watching a
movie, to the best picture appearance.
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Color Standard—Adjusts color.
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White Balance—Adjusts the overall color of the screen
to the feeling you want.
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Color Management System—Adjusts by using test
patterns. This does not affect other colors but can be used
to selectively adjust the 6 color areas (Red/ Green/Blue/
Cyan/Magenta/Yellow). Color difference might not be
distinctive even when you make the adjustments for a
general video.
Picture Reset
Returns the Picture Mode to the default factory settings.
Auto Volume
Adjusts uneven sound volumes across all channels or signals
automatically to the most appropriate level.
To use this feature, select On; to turn off the feature, select Off.
Clear Voice II
Differentiates the human sound range from other sounds, which
helps to make the human voices easier to hear.
To use this feature, select On; to turn off the feature, select Off.
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Balance
Balances sound between the left and right speakers.
Sound Mode
Automatically selects the best sound tone quality, depending on
the video type that you are currently watching, from the
following options:
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Standard—Most commanding and natural audio.
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Music—Select for original sound when listening to music.
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Cinema—Select for sublime sound.
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Sport—Select for sports broadcasting.
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Game—Select for dynamic sound when playing a game.
Treble
Adjust treble 0–100.
Bass
Adjust bass 0–100.
Reset
Resets the Sound Mode to the factory default settings.
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Icon
Main menu
Submenu
Description
Speaker
Adjusts internal speaker status (speakers sold separately).
To use this feature, select On; to turn off the feature, select Off.
To use an external hi-fi stereo system, turn off the internal
speakers of the display.
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OPTION
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DisplayPort
Audio Out
Select DisplayPort or Analog.
Clock
Resets the Day, Hour, and Minute if the current time is
incorrect.
On Time
The on time automatically switches the display on at the pre-set
time.
Off Time
The off time automatically switches the display to standby at the
pre-set time.
Sleep Timer
Automatically turns off power when the time set by a user has
passed.
Auto Off
If active and there is no input signal, the display switches to off
mode automatically after 10 minutes.
Power On
Delay
When connecting multiple displays and turning the power on,
the displays are turned on individually to prevent overload.
Language
Selects the language in which the OSD menu is displayed.
Input Label
Selects a label for each input source.
Key Lock
Set On to disable the display buttons to prevent tampering with
display settings. When set to On, the display options and
settings can be set or changed only with the remote control or
with HP Network Sign Manager on LD4210/LD4710.
Set ID
Use to assign a unique Set ID NO (name assignment) to each
product when several products are connected for display.
ISM Method
This option allows setting the display to alter the image to avoid
a static image being on the screen for a prolonged period of
time. This can avoid burn-in or image sticking and prolong the
life of the display.
DPM Select
Display Power Management Select—Turns the power saving
mode On or Off.
Power Indicator
Sets the power indicator on the front of the display to On or
Off.
DDC-CI
Set this feature On to enable sending display OSD commands
via RS-232-C connection from the media player/computer.
DFC
Digital Fine Contrast—To use this feature, select On; to turn off
the feature, select Off.
Interface Select
Select the connection you are using for remote display
management. For more information, refer to the HP Network
Sign Manager User Guide (available in English only) included
on the CD provided with the display.
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Icon
Main menu
Submenu
Description
Network Setup
Select the method of assigning an IP address to the display.
IP Mode options:
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DHCP—Allows the display IP Address to be assigned
automatically when the display is attached to the network
through a router.
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Manual—Allows you to assign the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway, and DNS Server.
See your network administrator for the correct manual entries to
enter. For more details on setting the display IP Address, refer
to the HP Network Sign Manager User Guide (available in
English only) included on the CD provided with the display.
TILE
Information
Contains the Serial No., SW Version (MNT), SW Version
(LAN), IP Address, and MAC Address information.
Factory Reset
Resets to the default factory settings.
Tile Mode
Tile Mode is used when multiple displays are configured in a
video wall and you want the image to be displayed on the
entire video wall, with each display showing its part of the total
image on the video wall.
To use Tile Mode, the multiple displays must be connected
with RGB IN/RGB OUT or DP IN/DP OUT. If you want to
issue commands to the displays in the wall with application
software or with the HP Network Sign Manager connected
through the serial interface, the displays must be connected
with RS-232-C IN/OUT.
For more information, refer to Using Tile Mode on page 40.
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Tile ID
Selects the location of the Tile by setting an ID of 1–25.
Natural Mode
Setting this feature ON will compensate for the mullions (nonviewing area between active viewing areas in the video wall
where the display bezels meet) by stretching the image in each
display in the video wall so that the image is extended into the
non-viewing areas of the mullions. This eliminates image
distortion and displays the image in its natural proportions
across all displays.
H Size
Adjusts the horizontal size of the screen taking into account the
size of the bezel.
V Size
Adjusts the vertical size of the screen taking into account the
size of the bezel.
H Position
Moves the screen position horizontally.
V Position
Moves the screen position vertically.
Reset
Resets the Tile Mode configuration.
Photo List
View photo files on a USB storage device.
Music List
Play music files on a USB storage device.
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Icon
Main menu
Submenu
Description
Movie List
Play movie files on a USB storage device.
Lock System
Enables the USB security function to prevent the playing of
unauthorized files from a USB storage device with the HP
Media Sign Player.
Set Password
Allows you to set a password for the HP Media Sign Player.
NOTE: All USB menu options are disabled until a correct
password is entered. If you should forget your password, enter
7777 in the password field and that will take you to the Set
Password menu to change the password. The default
password is 0000. The master password is 7777.
NOTE: Depending upon the input setting, input video signal, Picture Mode, and option settings, some
OSD options might not be available to be set or changed, and these will appear greyed out in the
OSD menus.
Selecting an Aspect Ratio
The aspect ratio modes available for your selection depend on the current input source. Use the
following table to determine which mode is available for your display.
Mode
DisplayPort
DisplayPort
RGB
ARC
DTV
PC
PC
X
HDMI/
DVI
DTV
PC
X
X
16:9
X
Just Scan
X
Original
X
X
X
X
X
4:3
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1:1
X
HDMI/
DVI
X
X
14:9
X
X
Zoom
X
X
Cinema Zoom 1
X
X
Adjusting the timer function
Use the remote control to set the following timer options.
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Clock
The Clock menu allows you to reset the clock manually if the current time is incorrect.
1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the TIME
menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
the Clock menu.
3.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
hour (00h–23h).
4.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
minutes (00–59 min).
On Time and Off Time
The On Time and Off Time menus let you set the display to automatically switch to standby at a preset time.
1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the TIME
menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
On Time or Off Time.
3.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
hour (00h–23h).
4.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
minutes (00–59 min).
5.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
On or Off.
NOTE: Once the On Time or Off Time is set, these functions operate daily at the preset time. The
Off Time function overrides the On Time function if they are set to the same time. When the On
Time is operated, the input screen is turned on just as it was turned off.
Sleep Timer
The Sleep Timer menu lets you set the display power to automatically turn off when the time set by a
user has passed.
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1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the TIME
menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
the Sleep Timer menu.
3.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
hour (00h–23h).
4.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to set the
minutes (00–59 min).
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NOTE: In the event of a power interruption (disconnection or power failure), the Sleep Timer clock
must be reset.
Auto Off
To set the display to switch to the off mode automatically after 15 minutes if Auto Off is active and
there is no input signal:
1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the TIME
menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
the Auto Off menu.
3.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
On or Off.
Power On Delay
When connecting multiple displays and turning the power on, the displays are turned on individually to
prevent overload.
Using Key Lock
The display can be set up to disable the display control buttons on the back of the display. When the
Key Lock is set ON, display options might only be set or changed with the remote control or using the
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1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the
OPTION menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
the Key Lock menu.
3.
To lock the OSD screen adjustment, press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow
▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select On.
4.
To unlock the OSD screen adjustment, press the MENU button on the remote control, and then use
the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select Off.
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Using ISM Method
Displaying a static image on the screen for a prolonged period of time could result in burn-in or image
sticking. To avoid burn-in or image sticking or to fix a ghost or burned-in image, do not display a fixed
image for prolonged periods of time. Either turn the display off or change the image. If you display a
static image for long periods of time, you can help to avoid ghost images or burn-in by using the ISM
option as follows:
1.
Press the MENU button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select the
OPTION menu.
2.
Press the right arrow ► button, and then use the down arrow ▼ or up arrow ▲ button to select
the ISM Method menu.
3.
Select one of the following menu options:
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Normal—Leave on Normal if you do not want the ISM function to be active. When the
display is turned OFF, the ISM setting will be reset to Normal, regardless of which ISM
mode was ON when the display was turned off.
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Orbiter—The screen will move two pixels every two minutes, alternately moving left, right,
up, and down. Orbiter will remain on until changed in the ISM menu.
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Inversion—This function can be used to fix a ghost or burned-in image. This function will
invert the image colors every 30 minutes. If the screen image is inverted and you enter the
USB function, images displayed in this function will be inverted. The inversion function will
remain on until changed in the ISM menu.
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White wash—This function can also be used to fix a ghost or burned-in image. This
function will fill the screen with solid white. This helps to remove permanent images burned
into the screen. Pressing any key on the remote control will exit the White Wash function
and return the screen to Normal.
Using Tile Mode
Tile Mode is used to extend an image across multiple displays in a video wall. You can define up to a
5 x 5 video wall and the displays can be in either landscape or portrait orientation. Tile Mode allows
you to assign each display its relative position (number) in the wall starting at the upper-left corner and
down each row from left to right. Each display will automatically show the corresponding part of the
full image as shown in the following figure.
Assign the correct position number to each display as follows:
MENU→PICTURE→TILE→Tile Mode→OK→3x3→Close→Tile ID→OK→1 (for display #1, 2 for
display #2, etc. ... 9 for display #9)→Close→Natural Mode→OK→ON (compensate for the
mullions to display an image without distortion across the video wall)→OK→EXIT
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Each display must be connected to every other display, using either RGB IN/RGB OUT or DP IN/
DP OUT as shown in the following figure. If you want to issue display commands from the media
player/computer, you must connect each display with RS-232-C IN/RS-232-C OUT just like the
video connections.
Figure 4-1 Tile Mode 3x3 video wall—Connecting displays with DP IN/DP OUT
Display In
Display In
D i s p l ay I n
Display Out
Display Out
Display Out
1
3
Display In
Display In
D i s p l ay I n
Display Out
Display Out
Display Out
4
5
6
Display In
Display In
D i s p l ay I n
Display Out
Display Out
Display Out
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8
9
Using the On-Screen Display menu
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5
Using the HP Media Sign Player
When you insert a USB storage device into the USB port in the back of the display, the Enter
Password dialog box appears if you have the Lock System option turned ON. After entering your
password, the HP Media Sign Player options appear with Photo List, Music List, and Movie List.
If the USB storage device is already inserted when you turn the power on to the display, press the USB
button on the remote control and if you have the Lock System option ON, the Enter Password
dialog box appears along with the USB menu options. After entering your password, you can set or
change any of the USB options.
NOTE: The USB menu will not be displayed by pressing the USB button on the remote control while
the HP Media Sign Player is playing or while the OSD is active.
Using Photo List
After selecting the Photo List option, select the drive, and then select the folder with the desired .JPG
images. A list of the files in the folder appears. If you select a folder which does not have supported
files, the message No Photo List in the Folder appears. When you highlight a file, you can mark
the file to play by pressing the MARK button on the remote control. If you highlight the file and then
press the OK button for any file in the list, the Photo selection and menu options list appears.
Information about using Photo List
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PHOTO (*.JPEG) supporting file
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Baseline—15360 x 8640
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Progressive—1024 x 768
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You can view JPEG files only; non-supported files are displayed in the form of a bitmap.
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View—Starts the HP Media Sign Player. You will see the first image selected in the Photo List
and the Option box. This image remains on the display until you select Slideshow in the
Option box.
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Mark All—Marks all or selects all files in the selected folder from the Photo List.
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Delete—Deletes all the marked or selected files in the selected folder from the USB storage
device. When you choose Delete, a verification dialog box appears to confirm that you want to
delete the file.
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Close—Closes the Photo selection and menu options menu.
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Options on full-sized photo view
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Slideshow—Starts the HP Media Sign Player. Only the files marked or selected are played
unless there are no files marked, and then all files in the selected folder play in the order they
appear in the Photo List. Set the time interval for all of the slides in the slide show in the
Options dialog box.
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BGM (Background Music)—The HP Media Sign Player plays audio files while showing the
selected images from the Photo List. Before selecting this option, you must select the Music
Folder for BGM in the Option dialog box. For more details on audio files, refer to Using Music
List on page 43.
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Rotate icon
—Use the rotate icon to change the orientation of the slide show 90° with
each touch of the rotate icon (90°,180°, or 270°) clockwise. When the image is rotated using the
rotate icon, the image will be scaled to fill the screen, and any image not specifically created for a
portrait viewing (90° or 270°) might be distorted or out of proportion in the rotated orientation.
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Delete—Deletes files from the USB storage device. A verification dialog box appears to confirm
that you want to delete the file.
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Option—Sets values for the Slide Speed and the Music Folder for BGM. Use the down
arrow ▼, up arrow ▲, left arrow ◄, or right arrow ► button and the OK button to set values.
Press OK to save the settings. You cannot change the Music Folder while BGM is playing.
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Hide—Hides the HP Media Sign Player Option menu. The Option menu hides automatically
after about 40 seconds if no options are chosen. To have the Option menu appear again, press
the OK button on the remote control.
Using Music List
After selecting the Music List option, select the drive, and then select the folder with the desired audio
files. A list of the files in the folder appears. If you select a folder which does not have supported files,
the message No Music List in the Folder appears. When you highlight a file, you can mark the file
to play by pressing the MARK button on the remote control. If you highlight and press the OK button on
any file in the list, the Music selection and menu options appears.
Information about using Music List:
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MUSIC (*.MP3) supporting file—Purchased music files (*.MP3) might contain copyright
restrictions; playback of these files might not be supported.
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Bit rate 32 to 320kbps.
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Sampling rate MPEG1 layer 3—32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz.
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Damaged or corrupted music does not play but displays 00:00 in playtime.
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Music selection and menu options:
The Play ►, Pause II, Stop ■, Reverse ◄◄, and Forward ►► buttons on the remote control are also
available to use when playing music.
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Play—Starts the HP Media Sign Player. After Play is highlighted and OK is pressed, the selected
music titles are played in the order that they are listed in the music list. If no music titles are
selected, the player will play all the titles in the folder in the order they are listed in the Music
List. The list of titles will remain on the screen for about 40 seconds, and then an information box
with the name of the title and timer will be displayed and will move around the screen like a
screen saver. Press the OK button on the remote control to get the menu with titles to reappear.
●
Stop Play (if music is playing)—Stops playing the music titles selected.
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Play with Photo—Allows you to select image files to be played along with the music titles
selected. When you highlight Play with Photo and press OK, the first selected music title will
begin playing and you will see the Photo List menu. Refer to Using Photo List on page 42 for
details on selecting image files to play. After selecting image files, the Photo List option dialog
box shows the music player as active and if you select Option, you see the name of the music
folder in the BGM window.
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Mark All—Marks all music titles in the folder.
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Delete—Deletes all the marked or selected files in the selected folder from the USB storage
device. When you choose Delete, a verification dialog box appears to confirm that you want to
delete the file.
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Close—Closes the Music selection and menu pop-up menu.
Using Movie List
After selecting the Movie List option, select the drive, and then select the folder with the desired video
files. A list of the files in the folder appears. If you select a folder which does not have supported files,
the message No Movie List in the Folder appears. When you highlight a file, you can mark the file
to play by pressing the MARK button on the remote control. If you highlight and press the OK button on
any file in the list, the Movie selection and menu options list appears.
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MOVIE (*.avi) supporting file
●
Video format—MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 (does not support Microsoft MPEG 4-V2, V3)
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Audio format—Mpeg, Mp3, PCM, Dolby Digital
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Sampling frequency—Within 32k to 48 khz
●
Bit rate—32k to 320 kbps
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Subtitle format—*.smi/ *.srt/ *.sub (MicroDVD, SubViewer 2.0)/ *.ass/ *.ssa/*.txt (DVD
Subtitle System)
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If the video and audio structure of recorded file is not interleaved, either video or audio is
outputted.
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Maximum FPS (frame per second) can be reached only at SD level. FPS is 25 FPS (720*576) or
30 FPS (720*480) depending on Resolution.
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Files more than 25 FPS or 30 FPS or higher might not be played properly.
●
A video file name and its subtitle file name must be identical for it to be displayed.
●
Playing a video via a USB connection that does not support high speed might not work properly.
●
USB storage devices below USB 2.0 are supported as well, but they might not work properly in
the Movie List.
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Files encoded with GMC (Global Motion Compensation) might not be played.
File
Video decoder
Audio codec
Max. resolution
mpg, mpeg, vob, dat
MPEG1, MPEG2
AC3, MPEG, MP3, PCM
720 x 576 @ 25p
Avi, m4v
MPEG4-SP, MPEG4-ASP,
XviD
AC3, MPEG, MP3, PCM
720 x 480 @ 30p
Extension name
Movie selection and menu options
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Play—Plays the selected movie
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Mark All—Marks all movies in the folder
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Delete—Deletes the selected movie item
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Close—Closes the pop-up menu
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Reverse ◄◄ and Fast
Forward ►► buttons
When the movie is in play mode, press the Reverse ◄◄ button repeatedly to increase the
reverse speed◄◄ (x2) → ◄◄◄ (x4) → ◄◄◄◄ (x8) → ◄◄◄◄◄ (x16) →◄◄◄◄◄◄
(x32). Press the Fast Forward ►► button repeatedly to increase the forward speed ►►(x2)
→ ►►► (x4) → ►►►► (x8) → ►►►►►(x16) → ►►►►►► (x32).
Pause II button
During playback, press the Pause II button; a still screen appears. Press the Pause II button,
and then use the Forward ►► button for slow motion. If no buttons are pressed on the remote
control for 10 minutes after pausing, the TV returns to the playback state.
Left arrow ◄ and right
arrow ► buttons
When using the left arrow ◄ or right arrow ► buttons during playback, a cursor indicating
the position can be viewed on the screen.
Play ► button
Press the Play ► button to return to normal playback.
ENERGY SAVING button
Press the ENERGY SAVING button repeatedly to change the brightness of your screen.
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A
Troubleshooting
Solving common problems
The following table lists possible problems, the possible cause of each problem, and the recommended
solutions.
Problem
Possible
cause
Solution
No image is
displayed.
Power cord is
not connected.
Be sure the power cord is properly connected to the outlet.
●
Verify that the outlet has power to it.
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Check that the fuse or breaker has not tripped or burned out.
See if the power switch is turned on.
Might need service.
Power is on,
power indicator
is blue, but the
screen appears
extremely dark.
Screen needs
adjustment.
Adjust brightness and contrast again.
Power indicator
is amber.
Display is in
power saving
mode.
Move the mouse or press any key on the keyboard.
Out of Range
message
appears.
Input signal is
out of frequency
range.
The signal from the media player/computer (video card) is out of the vertical or
horizontal frequency range of the display. Adjust the frequency range by referring to the
specifications in this manual (maximum resolution: RGB—1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz;
HDMI—1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz; DisplayPort—1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz).
Backlight might need repair.
Turn off equipment and then back on.
NOTE: Vertical Frequency—To enable the user to watch the display, the screen
image should change multiple times every second like a fluorescent lamp. The vertical
frequency or refresh rate is the number of times the image displays per second. The unit
is measured in Hz.
Horizontal Frequency—The horizontal interval is the time to display one vertical line.
When 1 is divided by the horizontal interval, the number of horizontal lines displayed
every second can be tabulated as the horizontal frequency. The unit is measured in kHz.
Check signal
cable message
appears.
Signal cable is
not connected.
The signal cable between the media player/computer and display is not connected.
Make sure that the signal cable is properly connected.
Press the INPUT button on the remote control to check the input signal.
Unknown
Product
message
appears when
the display is
connected.
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Display driver is
not installed.
Appendix A Troubleshooting
Install the display driver, which is provided with the display or download from the HP
website www.hp.com.
See if the Plug and Play function is supported by referring to the video card user manual.
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Problem
Possible
cause
Solution
Key Lock On
message
appears when
pressing the
Menu button.
Key Lock
function is
turned on.
The control locking function prevents unintentional OSD setting changes. To unlock the
controls, simultaneously press the Menu button and right arrow ► button for several
seconds. (You cannot set this function using the remote control buttons. You can set this
function with the display only.)
The screen looks
abnormal;
screen position
is wrong.
Screen is out of
adjustment.
D-sub analog signal - press the AUTO button on the remote control to automatically select
the optimal screen status that fits into the current mode.
Lines appear on
the background
screen.
Screen is out of
adjustment.
D-sub analog signal - press the AUTO button on the remote control to automatically select
the optimal screen status that fits into the current mode.
Horizontal noise
appears or the
characters look
blurred.
Screen is out of
adjustment.
D-sub analog signal - press the AUTO button on the remote control to automatically select
the optimal screen status that fits into the current mode.
The screen
displays
abnormally.
Using an
incorrect input
signal.
The proper input signal is not connected to the signal port. Connect the signal cable that
matches with the source input signal.
An after image
appears when
the display is
turned off.
Using a fixed
image for too
long a period of
time.
If you used a fixed image for a long time, the pixels might be damaged. Use a screensaver function or set the OSD menu to the ISM Method.
No sound.
Audio cable not
connected.
Check that the audio cable is properly connected.
Check that the video card resolution and frequency are supported by the display. If the
frequency is out of range, set to the recommended resolution in the Control Panel →
Display → Settings of the operating system.
Adjust the volume.
Check if the sound is set properly.
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Sound is too
dull.
Equalizer is not
balanced.
Select the appropriate sound equalize.
Sound is too
low.
Sound needs
adjusting.
Adjust the volume by pressing the volume buttons on the remote control.
Screen has poor
color resolution
(16 colors).
Color is not set
correctly.
Set the number of colors to more than 24 bit (true color). Select Control Panel →
Display → Settings → Color quality in the operating system.
Screen color is
unstable or
mono colored.
Signal cable or
video card
connection is
loose.
Check the connection status of the signal cable, or reinsert the media player/computer
video card.
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Problem
Possible
cause
Solution
Black spots
appear on the
screen.
Black spots are
characteristics
of the LCD
panel.
Several pixels (red, green, white, or black color) might appear on the screen, which can
be attributable to the unique characteristics of the LCD panel. It is not a malfunction of
the LCD.
The power is
suddenly turned
off.
Sleep timer
setting is turned
on, or power is
interrupted.
Check that the sleep timer is set.
Check the power control settings.
Using the Web
For online access to technical support information, self-solve tools, online assistance, community forums
of IT experts, broad mutli-vendor knowledge base, monitoring and diagnostic tools, go to
www.hp.com/support
Preparing to call technical support
If you cannot solve a problem using the troubleshooting tips in this section, you might need to call
technical support. Contact your regional HP authorized service provider. Have the following
information available when you call:
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Display model number
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Serial number for the display
●
Purchase date on invoice
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Conditions under which the problem occurred
●
Error messages received
●
Hardware configuration
●
Hardware and software you are using
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B
Technical specifications
NOTE: All performance specifications are provided by the component manufacturers. Performance
specifications represent the highest specification of all HP's component manufacturers' typical level
specifications for performance; actual performance might vary either higher or lower.
HP Digital Signage Display
Table B-1 Specifications
HP LD4201
HP LD4210
HP LD4710
Size
106.73 cm (42 in)
106.73 cm (42 in)
119.28 cm (47 in)
Type
TFT LCD panel
TFT LCD panel
TFT LCD panel
Viewable image
size
106.73 cm (42 in) diagonal
106.73 cm (42 in) diagonal
119.28 cm (47 in) diagonal
Pixel pitch
0.4845 x 0.4845 mm
(0.0191 x 0.0191 in) X RGB
0.4845 x 0.4845 mm
(0.0191 x 0.0191 in) X RGB
0.5415 x 0.5415 mm
(0.0213 x 0.0213 in) X RGB
Without stand and
speaker
18.6 kg (41.01 lbs)
18.6 kg (41.01 lbs)
23.5 kg (51.80 lbs)
With speaker
19.3 kg (42.55 lbs)
19.3 kg (42.55 lbs)
24.2 kg (53.35 lbs)
With stand
21.9 kg (48.28 lbs)
21.9 kg (48.28 lbs)
26.8 kg (59.08 lbs)
With stand and
speaker
22.6 kg (49.82 lbs)
22.6 kg (49.82 lbs)
27.5 kg (56.21 lbs)
Without stand and
speaker
96.71 x 55.98 x 12.37 cm
(38.07 x 22.04 x 4.87 in)
96.71 x 55.98 x 12.37 cm
(38.07 x 22.04 x 4.87 in)
107.95 x 62.46 x 12.29 cm
(42.50 x 24.59 x 4.84 in)
With speaker
96.71 x 55.98 x 12.37 cm
(38.07 x 22.04 x 4.87 in)
96.71 x 55.98 x 12.37 cm
(38.07 x 22.04 x 4.87 in)
107.95 x 62.46 x 12.29 cm
(42.50 x 24.59 x 4.84 in)
With stand
96.71 x 63.50 x 25.86 cm
(38.07 x 25 x 10.18 in)
96.71 x 63.50 x 25.86 cm
(38.07 x 25 x 10.18 in)
107.95 x 69.77 x 29.83 cm
(42.50 x 27.47 x 11.7 in)
With stand and
speaker
96.71 x 63.50 x 25.86 cm
(38.07 x 25 x 10.18 in)
96.71 x 63.50 x 25.86 cm
(38.07 x 25 x 10.18 in)
107.95 x 69.77 x 29.83 cm
(42.50 x 27.47 x 11.7 in)
Rated voltage
AC 100-240 V~50/60 Hz
2.5 A
AC 100-240 V~50/60 Hz
2.5 A
AC 100-240 V~50/60 Hz
3.0 A
Japan: AC 100 V~50/60 Hz
2.5 A
Japan: AC 100 V~50/60 Hz
2.5 A
Japan: AC 100 V~50/60 Hz
3.0 A
Display
Weight—maximum
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
Power
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Table B-1 Specifications (continued)
Power consumption
Resolution—
maximum
HP LD4201
HP LD4210
HP LD4710
On mode
220 W Typical
220 W Typical
270 W Typical
Sleep mode
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W (HDMI/
DVI)
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W (HDMI/
DVI)
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W (HDMI/
DVI)
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W
(DisplayPort)
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W
(DisplayPort)
≤ 1 W (RGB) / 2 W
(DisplayPort)
(if LAN OFF is selected)
(if LAN OFF is selected)
RGB
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
RGB
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
HDMI/DVI
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
(if supported by OS or video
card type)
RGB
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
HDMI/DVI
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
DisplayPort
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
30–83 kHz
RGB
56–75 Hz
56–75 Hz
56–75 Hz
HDMI/DVI
56–60 Hz
56–60 Hz
56–60 Hz
DisplayPort
56–60 Hz
56–60 Hz
56–60 Hz
Synchronization
type
Separate/Digital
Separate/Digital
Separate/Digital
Input connector
15-pin D-Sub type, HDMI/DVI
(digital), RS-232C,
DisplayPort, USB
15-pin D-Sub type, HDMI/DVI
(digital), RS-232C,
DisplayPort, USB, LAN
15-pin D-Sub type, HDMI/
DVI (digital), RS-232C,
DisplayPort, USB, LAN
Operating
temperature
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
0° to 40°C
Humidity 10% to 80%
Humidity 10% to 80%
Humidity 10% to 80%
Storage
temperature
–20° to 60°C
–20° to 60°C
–20° to 60°C
Humidity 20% to 80%
Humidity 20% to 80%
Humidity 20% to 80%
DisplayPort
Resolution—
recommended
DisplayPort
Horizontal
frequency
Vertical frequency
Environmental
conditions
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Table B-1 Specifications (continued)
Audio (select
models)
HP LD4201
HP LD4210
HP LD4710
RMS audio output
10 W + 10 W (R + L)
10 W + 10 W (R + L)
10 W + 10 W (R + L)
Input sensitivity
0.7 Vrms
0.7 Vrms
0.7 Vrms
Speaker impedance
8 Ohms
8 Ohms
8 Ohms
HP LD4201 and HP LD4210 dimensions (with
optional stand and speakers)
Figure B-1 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Front and side view
121 mm
(4.76 in)
933.2 mm
(36.74 in)
67.4 mm
(2.65 in)
16.9 mm
(.66 in)
69.6 mm
(2.74in)
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75.2 mm
(2.96 in)
16.9 mm
(.66 in)
559.8 mm
(22.03 in)
526 mm
(20.7 in)
16.9 mm
(.66 in)
967 mm
(38 in)
123.7 mm
(4.87 in)
620.5 mm
(24.43 in)
64.5 mm
(2.54 in)
70.41 mm
258.61 mm (2.77 in)
(10.18 in)
HP LD4201 and HP LD4210 dimensions (with optional stand and speakers)
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Figure B-2 HP LD4201 and HP LD4210—Back view
855.1 mm
(33.66 in)
400 mm
(15.75 in)
113.9 mm
(4.48 in)
600 mm (23.62 in)
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332 mm
(13.07 in)
56 mm
(2.2 in)
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HP LD4710 dimensions (with optional stand and
speakers)
Figure B-3 HP LD4710—Front and side view
122.9 mm
(4.84 in) 72.9 mm
(2.87 in)
94.3 mm
(3.71 in)
1043.7 mm
(41.09 in)
129.2 mm
(5.09 in)
17.9 mm
(.70 in)
1079.5 mm
(42.5 in)
86.9 mm
(3.42 in)
588.7 mm
(23.18 in)
73.1 mm
(2.88 in)
17.9 mm
(.70 in)
624.6 mm
(24.59 in)
17.9 mm
(.70 in)
111 mm
(4.37 in)
114.4 mm
(4.50 in)
298.3 mm
(11.74 in)
Figure B-4 HP LD4710—Back view
962 mm
(37.87 in)
800 mm
(31.50 in)
400 mm
(15.75 in)
332 mm
(13.07 in)
146.3 mm
(5.76 in)
58.7 mm
(2.31 in)
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HP LD4710 dimensions (with optional stand and speakers)
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Recognizing preset display resolutions
The display resolutions listed below are the most commonly used modes and are set as factory defaults.
This display automatically recognizes these preset modes and they will appear properly sized and
centered on the screen.
Preset display modes
Table B-2 Factory preset display modes
Preset
Pixel format
Horizontal frequency
(kHz)
Vertical Frequency (Hz)
1
720 x 400
31.468
70.1
*2
640 x 480
31.469
59.94
3
640 x 480
37.5
75
*4
800 x 600
37.879
60.317
5
800 x 600
46.875
75
6
832 x 624
49.725
74.55
*7
1024 x 768
48.363
60
8
1024 x 768
60.123
75.029
*9
1280 x 720
44.772
59.855
*10
1280 x 1024
63.981
60.02
11
1280 x 1024
79.98
75.02
*12
1680 x 1050
65.290
59.954
*13
1920 x 1080
67.5
60
1 to 13 RGB mode
* HDMI/DisplayPort mode
DTV mode
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HDMI/DVI
(DTV)
DisplayPort
480i
x
x
480p
o
o
576i
x
x
576p
o
o
720p
o
o
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HDMI/DVI
(DTV)
DisplayPort
1080i
o
o
1080p
o
o
NOTE: DTV/PC selection on HDMI/DVI inputs is available for media player/computer resolutions—
640 x 480/60 Hz, 1280 x 720/60 Hz, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz and DTV resolutions—480p, 720p,
1080p.
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LED indicator light
On Mode
Blue
Sleep Mode
Amber
Off Mode
-
Recognizing preset display resolutions
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C
Command reference
Use this method to connect several products to a single PC. You can control several products at a time
by connecting them to a single PC. If the Set ID menu in Option is set to OFF, the monitor ID value
should be set between 1 and 99.
Connecting the cable
Connect the RS-232-C cable as shown in the following illustration. The RS-232-C protocol is used for
communication between the media player/computer and the display. You can turn the display on/off,
select an input source or adjust the OSD menu from the media player/computer.
RS-232C
RS-232C
RS-232C
RS-232C
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
(CONTROL)
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
IN
IN
2
3
4
1
RS-232-C configurations
7-Wire configurations
3-Wire configurations
(Standard RS-232-C cable)
(Not Standard)
media
player/
computer
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Display
media
player/
computer
Display
RXD
2
3
TXD
RXD
2
3
TXD
TXD
3
2
RXD
TXD
3
2
RXD
GND
5
5
GND
GND
5
5
GND
DTR
4
6
DSR
DTR
4
6
DSR
DSR
6
4
DTR
DSR
6
4
DTR
RTS
7
8
CTS
RTS
7
7
CTS
CTS
8
7
RTS
CTS
8
8
RTS
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
D-Sub 9
(Female)
(Female)
(Female)
(Female)
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Communication parameter
●
Baud Rate—9600 baud rate (UART)
●
Data Length—8 bit
●
Parity Bit—None
●
Stop Bit—1 bit
●
Flow Control—None
●
Communication Code—ASCII code
●
Use a crossed (reverse) cable
Command reference list
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COMMAND
1
COMMAND
2
DATA1
01. Power
k
a
00H–01H
02. Input Select
k
b
07H–0BH
03. Aspect Ratio
k
c
01H–1FH
04. Screen Mute
k
d
00H–01H
05. Volume Mute
k
e
00H–01H
06. Volume Control
k
f
00H–64H
07. Contrast
k
g
00H–64H
08. Brightness
k
h
00H–64H
09. Color
k
i
00H–64H
10. Tint
k
j
00H–64H
11. Sharpness
k
k
00H–64H
12. OSD Select
k
l
00H–01H
13. Remote Lock/Key Lock
k
m
00H–01H
14. Balance
k
t
00H–64H
15. Color Temperature
k
u
00H–02H
16. Abnormal State
k
z
FFH
17. ISM Method
j
p
01H–08H
18. Auto Configuration
j
u
01H
19. Key
m
c
Key Code
20. Tile Mode
d
d
00H–55H
21. Tile H Position
d
e
00H–14H
DATA2
DATA3
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COMMAND
1
COMMAND
2
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
22. Tile V Position
d
f
00H–14H
23. Tile H Size
d
g
00H–64H
24. Tile V Size
d
h
00H–64H
25. Tile ID Set
d
i
00H–19H
26. Natural Mode (In Tile Mode)
d
j
00H–01H
27. Picture Mode (PSM)
d
x
00H–06H
28. Sound Mode
d
y
01H–05H
29. Fan Fault Check
d
w
FFH
30. Elapsed Time Return
d
l
FFH
31. Temperature Value
d
n
FFH
32. Lamp Fault Check
d
p
FFH
33. Auto Volume
d
u
00H–01H
34. Speaker
d
v
00H–01H
35. Time
f
a
00H–06H
00H–17H
00H–3BH
36. On Timer (On/Off Timer) Time
f
d
F1H–F4H
00H–17H
00H–3BH
00H–17H
00H–3BH
E0H–E4H
01H–80H
37. Off Timer (On/Off Timer) Time
f
e
F1H–F4H
E0H–E4H
01H–80H
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38. Scheduling Input Select
f
u
F1H–F4H
39. Sleep Time
f
f
00H–08H
40. Auto Off
f
g
00H–01H
41. Power On Delay
f
h
00H–64H
42. Language
f
i
00H–09H
43. DPM Select
f
j
00H–01H
44. Reset
f
k
00H–02H
45. Energy Saving
f
l
00H–03H
46. Power Indicator
f
o
00H–01H
47. Serial No.
f
y
FFH
48. S/W Verison
f
z
FFH
49. Input Select
x
b
60H–C0H
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07H–0BH
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Transmission/Receiving Protocol
Transmission
[Command1][Command2][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
*[Command 1]
First command (k, j, m, d, f, x)
*[Command 2]
Second command (a to z)
*[Set ID]
Set up the Set ID number of product. range: 01H to 63H. by setting
'0', server can control all products.
When operating with more than 2 sets using set ID as '0' at the same
time, do not check the ack message. Because all sets will send the
ack message, it is not possible to check all of the ack messages.
*[Data]
To transmit command data.
Transmit 'FF' data to read status of command.
*[Cr]
Carriage Return
ASCII code '0 x 0 D'
*[]
ASCII code Space (0 x 20)
OK Acknowledgement
[Command2][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
*The Product transmits ACK (acknowledgement) based on this format when receiving normal data. At
this time, if the data is in data read mode, it indicates present status data. If the data is in data write
mode, it returns the data of the media player/computer.
Error Acknowledgement
[Command2][][Set ID][][NG][Data][x]
If there is an error, it returns NG
01. Power (Command: a)
To control Power On/Off of the Set.
Transmission
[k][a][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
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[Data]
0: Power Off
1: Power On
Acknowledgement
[a][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
To show the status of Power On/Off.
Transmission
[k][a][][Set ID][][FF][Cr]
Acknowledgement
[a][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Power Off
1: Power On
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02. Input Select (Command: b) (Main Picture Input)
To select input source for the Set.
You can also select an input source using the INPUT button on the remote control.
Transmission
[k][b][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
7: RGB (PC)
8: HDMI/DVI (HD-DVD)
9: HDMI (PC)
A: DisplayPort (HD-DVD)
B: DisplayPort (PC)
Acknowledgement
[b][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
7: RGB (PC)
8: HDMI/DVI (HD-DVD)
9: HDMI (PC)
A: DisplayPort (HD-DVD)
B: DisplayPort (PC)
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03. Aspect Ratio (Command: c) (Main picture format)
To adjust the screen format.
You can also adjust the screen format using the ARC (Aspect Ratio Control) button on remote control or
in the Screen menu.
Transmission
[k][c][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
1: Normal Screen (4:3)
2: Wide Screen (16:9)
4: Zoom [HDMI (HD-DVD), DisplayPort (HDDVD)]
6: Original
7: 14:9 [HDMI (HD-DVD), DisplayPort (HD-DVD)]
9: Just Scan [HDMI (HD-DVD), DisplayPort (HDDVD)]
When the RGB, HDMI/DVI-PC, DisplayPort-PC
mode (1:1)
10 to 1F: Cinema Zoom 1 to 16 [HDMI (HDDVD), DisplayPort (HD-DVD)]
Acknowledgement
[c][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
04. Screen Mute (Command: d)
To select screen mute on/off.
Transmission
[k][d][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Screen mute off (Picture on)
1: Screen mute on (Picture off)
Acknowledgement
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[d][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
05. Volume Mute (Command: e)
To control On/Off of the Volume Mute.
Transmission
[k][e][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Volume Mute On (Volume Off)
1: Volume Mute Off (Volume On)
Acknowledgement
[e][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Volume Mute On (Volume Off)
1: Volume Mute Off (Volume On)
06. Volume Control (Command: f)
To adjust Volume.
Transmission
[k][f][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
Acknowledgement
[f][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
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Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
07. Contrast (Command: g)
To adjust screen contrast. You can also adjust the contrast in the Picture menu.
Transmission
[k][g][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
Acknowledgement
[g][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
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08. Brightness (Command: h)
To adjust screen brightness. You can also adjust the brightness in the Picture menu.
Transmission
[k][h][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
Refer to “Real data mapping” as shown below.
Acknowledgement
[h][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
09. Color (Command: i) (Video Timing only)
To adjust the screen color. You can also adjust the color in the Picture menu.
Transmission
[k][i][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
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Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[i][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
10. Tint (Command: j) (Video Timing only)
To adjust the screen tint. You can also adjust the tint in the Picture menu.
Transmission
[k][j][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Red: 00H to Green: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
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Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[j][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
Red: 00H to Green: 64H
Tint real data mapping
0: Step 0 to Red
:
64: Step 100 to Green
11. Sharpness (Command: k) (Video Timing only)
To adjust the screen Sharpness. You can also adjust the sharpness in the Picture menu.
Transmission
[k][k][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
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Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[k][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
12. OSD Select (Command: l)
To control OSD on/off to the set.
Transmission
[k][l][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: OSD Off
1: OSD On
Acknowledgement
[l][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
0: OSD Off
1: OSD On
13. Remote Lock/Key Lock (Command: m)
To control Remote Lock on/off to the set.
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This function, when controlling RS-232C, locks the remote control and the local keys.
Transmission
[k][m][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
[m][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
14. Balance (Command: t)
To adjust the sound balance.
Transmission
[k][t][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
(Hexadecimal code)
00H: Step L50
64H: Step R50
Acknowledgement
[t][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
00H: Step 0 to L50
64H: Step 100 to R50
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Balance: L50 to R50
15. Color Temperature (Command: u)
To adjust the screen color temperature.
Transmission
[k][u][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Medium
1: Cool
2: Warm
Acknowledgement
[u][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Medium
1: Cool
2: Warm
16. Abnormal state (Command: z)
Abnormal State: Used to Read the power off status when Stand-by mode.
Transmission
[k][z][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
FF: Read
Acknowledgement
[z][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
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[Data]
0: Normal (Power on and signal exist)
1: No signal (Power on)
2: Turn the display off by remote control
3: Turn the display off by sleep time function
4: Turn the display off by RS-232-C function
8: Turn the display off by off time function
9: Turn the display off by auto off function
17. ISM Method (Command: j p)
Used to select the afterimage preventing function.
Transmission
[j][p][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
1H: Inversion
2H: Orbiter
4H: White Wash
8H: Normal
Acknowledgement
[p][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
18. Auto Configure (Command: j u)
To adjust picture position and minimize image shaking automatically. It works only in RGB (PC) mode.
Transmission
[j][u][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
1: To set
Acknowledgement
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[u][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
19. Key (Command: m c)
To send IR remote key code.
Transmission
[m][c][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
Data Key code: Refer to the IR Codes Table on page 90 section.
Acknowledgement
[c][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
20. Tile Mode (Command: d d)
Change a Tile Mode.
Transmission
[d][d][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Description
00 or 11
Tile mode is off.
12
1 x 2 mode (column x row)
13
1 x 3 mode
14
1 x 4 mode
...
...
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5 x 5 mode
The [Data] cannot be set to 0X or X0 except 00.
Acknowledgement
[d][][00][][OK/NG][Data][x]
21. Tile H Position (Command: d e)
To set the Horizontal position.
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Transmission
[d][e][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 14H
00H: Step -10 (Left)
14H: Step 10 (Right)
Acknowledgement
[e][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
22. Tile V Position (Command: d f)
To set the Vertical position.
Transmission
[d][f][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 14H
00H: Step -10 (Left)
14H: Step 10 (Right)
Acknowledgement
[f][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
23. Tile H Size (Command: d g)
To set the Horizontal size.
Transmission
[d][g][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
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Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[g][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
24. Tile V Size (Command: d h)
To set the Vertical size.
Transmission
[d][h][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 64H
Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[h][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
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25. Tile ID Set (Command: d i)
To assign the Tile ID for Tiling function.
Transmission
[d][i][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Min: 00H to Max: 19H
(Hexadecimal code)
Acknowledgement
[i][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
26. Natural Mode (In Tile Mode) (Command: d j)
To assign the Title Natural mode for Tiling function.
Transmission
[d][j][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Natural Off
1: Natural On
ff: Read Status
Acknowledgement
[j][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
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27. Picture Mode (Command: d x)
To adjust the picture mode.
Transmission
[d][x][][Set ID][][Data][x]
Data Structure
Data
(Hex)
MODE
00
Vivid
01
Standard
02
Cinema
03
Sport
04
Game
05
Expert 1
06
Expert 2
Acknowledgement
[x][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
28. Sound Mode (Command: d y )
To adjust the Sound mode.
Transmission
[d][y][][Set ID][][Data][X]
Data Structure
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Data
(Hex)
MODE
01
Standard
02
Music
03
Cinema
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Data
(Hex)
MODE
04
Sport
05
Game
Acknowledgement
[y][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
29. Fan Fault check (Command: d w )
To check the Fan fault of the display.
Transmission
[d][w][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Data is always FF (in Hex)
Data ff: Read Status
Acknowledgement
[w][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
[Data]
[Data] is the status value of the Fan fault.
0: Fan fault
1: Fan OK
2: N/A (Not Available)
30. Elapsed time return (Command: d l)
To read the elapsed time.
Transmission
[d][l][][Set ID][][Data][x]
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[Data]
Data is always FF (in Hex)
Acknowledgement
[l][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
[Data]
The data means used hours.
(Hexadecimal code)
31. Temperature value (Command: d n)
To read the inside temperature value.
Transmission
[d][n][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Data is always FF (in Hex)
Acknowledgement
[n][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
[Data]
The data is 1 byte long in Hexadecimal.
32. Lamp fault Check (Command: d p)
To check lamp fault.
Transmission
[d][p][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
Data is always FF (in Hex)
Acknowledgement
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[p][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Lamp Fault
1: Lamp OK
2: N/A(DPM/Power Off)
33. Auto volume (Command: d u)
Automatically adjust the volume level.
Transmission
[d][u][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
[u][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
34. Speaker (Command: d v)
Turn the speaker on or off.
Transmission
[d][v][][Set ID][][Data][x]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
[v][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
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35. Time (Command: f a)
Set the current time.
Transmission
[f][a][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][][Data3][Cr]
[Data1]
0: Monday
1: Tuesday
2: Wednesday
3: Thursday
4: Friday
5: Saturday
6: Sunday
[Data2]
00H to 17H (Hours)
[Data3]
00H to 3BH (Minutes)
Acknowledgement
[a][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
When reading data, FFH is inputted for [Data1], [Data2] and [Data3]. In other cases, all are treated as
NG.
36. On Timer (On/Off Timer) Time (Command: f d)
Set On Timer.
Transmission
[f][d][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][][Data3][Cr]
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[Data1]
1.
2.
3.
f1h to f4h (read one index)
e0h to e4h (delete one index),
e0h (delete all indexes)
01h to 80h (write) (Day of Week)
f1: read 1st index of On Time List
e0: delete all indexes of On Time
List
bit0 (01h): Monday
f2: read 2nd index of On Time
List
e1: delete 1st index of On Time
List
bit1 (02h): Tuesday
f3: read 3rd index of On Time
List
e2: delete 2nd index of On Time
List
bit2 (04h): Wednesday
f4: read 4th index of On Time
List
e3: delete 3rd index of On Time
List
bit3 (08h): Thursday
bit4 (10h): Friday
e4: delete 4th index of On Time
List
bit5 (20h): Saturday
bit6 (40h): Sunday
bit7 (80h): Everyday
(1fh): Monday to Friday
(3fh): Monday to Saturday
(60h): Saturday to Sunday
[Data2]
00h to 17h, ffh (Hours)
[Data3]
00h to 3bh, ffh (Minutes)
When you read/delete the current on time list, all of [Data2][Data3] have to be
0xff.
ex1: fd 01 f1 ff ff - when you read 1st index of On Time List
ex2: fd 01 e1 ff ff - when you delete 1st index of On Time List
ex3: fd 01 3f 02 03 - when you write one On Time Data, "Monday to Saturday,
02:03"
Acknowledgement
[d][][Set ID][][OK][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
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37. Off Timer (On/Off Timer) Time (Command: f e)
Set Off Timer.
Transmission
[f][e][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][][Data3][Cr]
[Data1]
1.
2.
3.
f1h to f4h (read one index)
e0h to e4h(delete one index),
e0h (delete all indexes)
01h to 80h (write) (Day of Week)
f1: read 1st index of On Time List
e0: delete all indexes of On Time
List
bit0 (01h): Monday
f2: read 2nd index of On Time
List
e1: delete 1st index of On Time
List
bit1 (02h): Tuesday
f3: read 3rd index of On Time
List
e2: delete 2nd index of On Time
List
bit2 (04h): Wednesday
f4: read 4th index of On Time
List
e3: delete 3rd index of On Time
List
bit3 (08h): Thursday
bit4 (10h): Friday
e4: delete 4th index of On Time
List
bit5 (20h): Saturday
bit6 (40h): Sunday
bit7 (80h): Everyday
(1fh): Monday to Friday
(3fh): Monday to Saturday
(60h): Saturday to Sunday
[Data2]
00h to 17h, ffh (Hours)
[Data3]
00h to 3bh, ffh (Minutes)
When you read/delete the current on time list, all of [Data2][Data3] have to be
0xff.
ex1: fd 01 f1 ff ff - when you read 1st index of On Time List
ex2: fd 01 e1 ff ff - when you delete 1st index of On Time List
ex3: fd 01 3f 02 03 - when you write one On Time Data, "Monday to Saturday,
02:03"
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Acknowledgement
[e][][Set ID][][OK][Data1][Data2][Data3][x]
38. Scheduling Input select (Command: f u) (Main Picture Input)
To select input source for TV depending on day.
Transmission
[f][u][][Set ID][][Data1][][Data2][Cr]
[Data1]
f1h to f4h(write/read one index)
f1: read 1st index of On Time Input
f2: read 2nd index of On Time Input
f3: read 3rd index of On Time Input
f4: read 4th index of On Time Input
[Data2]
Data
(Hex)
INPUT
07
RGB-PC
08
HDMI/DVI (HD-DVD)
09
HDMI/DVI (PC)
A
DisplayPort (HD-DVD)
B
DisplayPort (PC)
When you read/delete the current On Time Input, [Data2] needs to be 0xff.
ex1: fu 01 f1 ff - when you read 1st index of On Time Input
ex2: fu 01 f3 07 - when you write one On Time Input Data in to 3rd index, "RGB"
Acknowledgement
[u][][Set ID][][OK][Data1][Data2][x]
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39. Sleep Time (Command: f f)
Set Sleep Time.
Transmission
[f][f][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: 10
2: 20
3: 30
4: 60
5: 90
6: 120
7: 180
8: 240
Acknowledgement
[f][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
40. Auto Off (Command: f g)
Set Auto Sleep.
Transmission
[f][g][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
[g][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
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41. Power On Delay (Command: f h)
Set the schedule delay when the power is turned on (Unit: second).
Transmission
[f][h][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
00H to 64H (Data value)
Real data mapping
0: Step 0
:
A: Step 10
:
F: Step 15
10: Step 16
:
64: Step 100
Acknowledgement
[h][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
42. Language (Command: f i)
Set the OSD language.
Transmission
[f][i][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
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[Data]
0: English
1: French
2: German
3: Spanish
4: Italian
5: Portuguese
6: Chinese
7: Japanese
8: Korean
9: Russian
Acknowledgement
[i][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
43. DPM Select (Command: f j)
Set the DPM (Display Power Management) function.
Transmission
[f][j][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
[j][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
44. Reset (Command: f k)
Execute the Picture, Screen and Factory Reset functions.
Transmission
[f][k][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
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[Data]
0: Picture Reset
1: Screen Reset
2: Factory Reset
Acknowledgement
[k][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
45. Energy saving (Command: f I)
To set the Power saving mode.
Transmission
[f][I][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: (static level 1)
2: (static level 2)
3: (static level 3)
Acknowledgement
[I][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
46. Power Indicator (Command: f o)
To set the LED for Power Indicator
Transmission
[f][o][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
0: Off
1: On
Acknowledgement
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[o][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
47. Serial no. Check (Command: f y)
To read the serial numbers
Transmission
[f][y][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
Data FF (to read the serial numbers)
Acknowledgement
[y][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data1]to[Data13][x]
[Data]
The data format is ASCII Code.
48. S/W Version (Command: f z)
Check the software version.
Transmission
[f][z][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
[Data]
FFH: Read
Acknowledgement
[z][][Set ID][][OK/NG][Data][x]
49. Input Select (Command: x b)
To select input source for the display.
Transmission
[x][b][][Set ID][][Data][Cr]
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[Data]
60H: RGB (PC)
90H: HDMI/DVI (HD-DVD)
A0H: HDMI/DVI (PC)
B0H: DisplayPort (HD-DVD)
C0H: DisplayPort (PC)
Acknowledgement
[b][][Set ID][][OK][Data][x]
[Data]
60H: RGB (PC)
90H: HDMI/DVI (HD-DVD)
A0H: HDMI/DVI (PC)
B0H: DisplayPort (HD-DVD)
C0H: DisplayPort (PC)
IR codes
Use this method to connect your wired remote control port on the display.
Remote Control IR Code
Output waveform
●
Single pulse, modulated with 37.917kHz signal at 455kHz
●
Carrier Frequency
◦
FCAR = 1/Tc=fosc/12
◦
Duty Ratio = T1/Tc = 1/3
Configuration of frame
●
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IR codes
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Repeat frame
Lead code
Repeat code
Bit description
●
Bit “0”
0.56 ms
1.12 ms
●
Bit “1”
0.56 ms
2.24 ms
Frame interval: Tf
The waveform is transmitted as long as a key is depressed.
IR Codes Table
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Code
(Hex )
Function
Note
40
Up arrow ▲
R/C Button
41
Down arrow ▼
R/C Button
06
Right arrow ►
R/C Button
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Code
(Hex )
Function
Note
07
Left arrow ◄
R/C Button
08
POWER ON/OFF
R/C Button
C4
MONITOR ON
R/C Button (Discrete IR Code)
C5
MONITOR OFF
R/C Button (Discrete IR Code)
09
MUTE
R/C Button
95
Energy Saving
R/C Button
0B
INPUT
R/C Button
43
MENU
R/C Button
5B
EXIT
R/C Button
4D
PSM
R/C Button
44
OK
R/C Button
10
Number Key 0
R/C Button
11
Number Key 1
R/C Button
12
Number Key 2
R/C Button
13
Number Key 3
R/C Button
14
Number Key 4
R/C Button
15
Number Key 5
R/C Button
16
Number Key 6
R/C Button
17
Number Key 7
R/C Button
18
Number Key 8
R/C Button
19
Number Key 9
R/C Button
79
ARC (MARK)
R/C Button (Discrete IR Code)
02
Vol+
R/C Button
03
Vol–
R/C Button
E0
BrightΛ (Page UP)
R/C Button
E1
Bright∨ (Page Down)
R/C Button
28
BACK
R/C Button
99
AUTO CONFIG
R/C Button
72
ID ON (Red Color)
R/C Button (Discrete IR Code)
71
ID OFF (Green Color)
R/C Button
63
(Yellow Color)
R/C Button
61
(Blue Color)
R/C Button
IR codes
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Code
(Hex )
Function
Note
7B
TILE
R/C Button
B0
Play ►
R/C Button
B1
Stop ■
R/C Button
BA
Pause II
R/C Button
8F
Reverse ◄◄
R/C Button
8E
Fast forward ►►
R/C Button
D5
RGB PC
Discrete IR Code (Input RGB PC Selection)
C6
HDMI/DVI
Discrete IR Code (Input HDMI/DVI Selection)
76
ARC (4:3)
Discrete IR Code (Only 4:3 mode)
77
ARC (16:9)
Discrete IR Code (Only 16:9 mode)
AF
ARC (ZOOM)
Discrete IR Code (Only ZOOM, Cinema ZOOM
mode)
C8
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D
Agency regulatory notices
Federal Communications Commission notice
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 the 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 or television technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are
not expressly approved by Hewlett Packard Company may void the user's authority to operate the
equipment.
Cables
Connections to this device must be made with shielded cables with metallic RFI/EMI connector hoods to
maintain compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Declaration of Conformity for products marked with
the FCC logo (United States only)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference.
2.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
For questions regarding the product, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 530113
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
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Or, call 1-800-HP-INVENT (1-800 474-6836)
For questions regarding this FCC declaration, contact:
Hewlett Packard Company
P. O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101
Houston, Texas 77269-2000
Or, call (281) 514-3333
To identify this product, refer to the Part, Series, or Model number found on the product.
Canadian notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel
brouilleur du Canada.
European Union regulatory notice
Products bearing the CE marking comply with the following EU Directives:
●
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
●
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
●
Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC, where applicable
CE compliance of this product is valid if powered with the correct CE-marked AC adapter provided by
HP.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to applicable harmonized European standards
(European Norms) that are listed in the EU Declaration of Conformity issued by HP for this product or
product family and available (in English only) either within the product documentation or at the
following web site: www.hp.eu/certificates (type the product number in the search field).
The compliance is indicated by one of the following conformity markings placed on the product:
For non-telecommunications products and for EU
harmonized telecommunications products, such as
Bluetooth® within power class below 10mW.
For EU non-harmonized telecommunications
products (If applicable, a 4-digit notified body
number is inserted between CE and !).
Please refer to the regulatory label provided on the product.
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The point of contact for regulatory matters is: Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Dept./MS: HQ-TRE,
Herrenberger Strasse 140, 71034 Boeblingen, GERMANY.
German ergonomics notice
HP products which bear the “GS” approval mark, when forming part of a system comprising HP brand
computers, keyboards and monitors that bear the “GS” approval mark, meet the applicable ergonomic
requirements. The installation guides included with the products provide configuration information.
Japanese notice
Korean notice
Power cord set requirements
The display power supply is provided with Automatic Line Switching (ALS). This feature allows the
display to operate on input voltages between 100–120V or 200–240V.
The power cord set (flexible cord or wall plug) received with the display meets the requirements for use
in the country where you purchased the equipment.
If you need to obtain a power cord for a different country, you should purchase a power cord that is
approved for use in that country.
The power cord must be rated for the product and for the voltage and current marked on the product's
electrical ratings label. The voltage and current rating of the cord should be greater than the voltage
and current rating marked on the product. In addition, the cross-sectional area of the wire must be a
minimum of 0.75 mm² or 18 AWG, and the length of the cord must be between 6 feet (1.8 m) and
12 feet (3.6 m). If you have questions about the type of power cord to use, contact an authorized HP
service provider.
A power cord should be routed so that it is not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon
it or against it. Particular attention should be paid to the plug, electrical outlet, and the point where the
cord exits from the product.
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Japanese power cord requirements
For use in Japan, use only the power cord received with this product.
CAUTION: Do not use the power cord received with this product on any other products.
Product environmental notices
Materials disposal
This HP product contains mercury in the fluorescent lamp in the display LCD that might require special
handling at end-of-life.
Disposal of this material can be regulated because of environmental considerations. For disposal or
recycling information, contact the local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)
www.eiae.org.
Disposal of waste equipment by users in private households in the
European Union
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with
your household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing
it over to a designated collection point for the recycling or waste electrical and electronic equipment.
The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to
conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and
the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for
recycling, please contact the local city office, the household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
Chemical substances
HP is committed to providing our customers with information about the chemical substances in our
products as needed to comply with legal requirements such as REACH (Regulation EC No 1907/2006
of the European Parliament and Council). A chemical information report for this product can be found
at www.hp.com/go/reach.
HP recycling program
HP encourages customers to recycle used electronic hardware, HP original print cartridges, and
rechargeable batteries. For more information about recycling programs, go to www.hp.com/recycle.
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS)
A Japanese regulatory requirement, defined by specification JIS C 0950, 2005, mandates that
manufacturers provide Material Content Declarations for certain categories of electronic products
offered for sale after July 1, 2006. To view the JIS C 0950 material declaration for this product, visit
www.hp.com/go/jisc0950.
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11363-2006
11363-2006
Turkey EEE regulation
In Conformity with the EEE Regulation
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur
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