IBM P275 User's manual

IBM P275 User's manual
Color Monitor
P275
Operating Instructions
English
Edition 1
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Table of Contents
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Identifying parts and controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Step 1: Connect your monitor to your computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 2: Connect the power cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 3: Turn on the monitor and computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the input signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
5
5
6
Customizing Your Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Navigating the menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Adjusting the brightness and contrast (CONTRAST/BRIGHT) . . . . 8
Adjusting the centering of the picture (SIZE/CENTER) . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adjusting the size of the picture (SIZE/CENTER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Automatically sizing and centering the picture (AUTO) . . . . . . . . . . 9
Adjusting the shape of the picture (GEOMETRY) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Adjusting the convergence (CONVERGENCE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Adjusting the picture quality (SCREEN) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Adjusting the color of the picture (COLOR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Additional settings (OPTION) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Resetting the adjustments (RESET) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Technical Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Preset and user modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Power saving function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
If thin lines appear on your screen (damper wires) . . . . . . . . . . . .
On-screen messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trouble symptoms and remedies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Self-diagnosis function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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15
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Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Service Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
1
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Use of the Tilt-Swivel
Precautions
This monitor can be adjusted within the angles shown below. To
find the center of the monitor’s turning radius, align the center of
the monitor’s screen with the centering mark on the stand.
Hold the monitor at the bottom with both hands when you turn it
horizontally or vertically. Be careful not to pinch your fingers at
the back of the monitor when you tilt the monitor up vertically.
Installation
Do not install the monitor in the following places:
• on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains,
draperies, etc.) that may block the ventilation holes
• near heat sources such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight
• in a place subject to severe temperature changes
• in a place subject to mechanical vibration or shock
• on an unstable surface
• near equipment which generates magnetism, such as a
transformer or high voltage power lines
• near or on a magnetically charged metal surface.
• in a small space around the top, bottom and sides of the monitor
that may block the ventilation holes.
90°
15°
90°
5°
Maintenance
Centering mark
• Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type
of abrasive pad, scouring powder, or solvent, such as alcohol or
benzine.
• Do not rub, touch, or tap the surface of the screen with sharp or
abrasive items such as a ballpoint pen or screwdriver. This type
of contact may result in a scratched picture tube.
• Clean the screen with a soft cloth. If you use a glass cleaning
liquid, do not use any type of cleaner containing an anti-static
solution or similar additive as this may scratch the screen’s
coating.
Note
Do not remove the tilt-swivel base from the monitor.
Warning on power connection
• Use an appropriate power cord for your local power supply.
Example of plug types:
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Transportation
for 100 to 120 V AC
When you transport this monitor for repair or shipment, use the
original carton and packing materials.
for 200 to 240 V AC
for 240 V AC only
• Before disconnecting the power cord, wait at least 30 seconds
after turning off the power to allow the static electricity on the
CRT display surface to discharge.
• After the power has been turned on, the CRT is demagnetized
(degaussed) for a few seconds. This generates a strong
magnetic field around the metal frame, which may affect the
data stored on magnetic tapes and disks near the bezel. Place
magnetic recording equipment, tapes, and disks away from this
monitor.
The equipment should be installed near an easily accessible
electrical outlet.
2
Identifying parts and controls
See the pages in parentheses for further details.
Front
Rear
AC IN
1
(input) switch (page 6)
This switch selects 1 (video input connector 1: 1
(video input connector 2: 2
).
6 AC input connector (page 5)
This connector provides AC power to the monitor.
) or 2
7 Video input connector 1 (HD15) (1
) (page 4)
Inputs RGB video signals (0.700 Vp-p, positive) and sync
signals.
2 6m(contrast/down) and M (brightness/up)
buttons (pages 6 – 14)
These buttons are used to display the CONTRAST/BRIGHT
menu and to highlight the desired menu item.
3
5 4 3 2 1
10 9 8 7 6
15 14 13 12 11
button (pages 6 – 14)
This button is used to display the menu and to select the menu
item and to activated the adjustment.
4 </, buttons
(pages 6 – 14)
These buttons are used to make the adjustment.
5 ! (power) button and indicator (pages 5, 15, 17, 19)
This button turns the monitor on and off. The power indicator
lights up in green when the monitor is turned on, and lights up
in orange when the monitor is in power saving mode.
Pin No.
Signal
Pin No. Signal
1
Red
8
Blue Ground
2
Green
(Sync on
Green)
9
DDC + 5V*
10
Ground
11
ID (Ground)
12
Bi-Directional
Data (SDA)*
3
Blue
4
ID (Ground)
5
DDC Ground*
13
H. Sync
6
Red Ground
14
V. Sync
7
Green Ground
15
Data Clock
(SCL)*
* Display Data Channel (DDC) Standard of VESA
(continued)
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Rear
Setup
This monitor works with platforms running at horizontal
frequencies between 30 and 130 kHz.
Step 1: Connect your monitor to
your computer
AC IN
Turn off the monitor and computer before connecting.
Connect the appropriate end of the video signal cable to the video
output of your computer.
Connect the other end of the video signal cable to the appropriate
input of the monitor.
If you attach the video signal cable to the video input connector 1
on the back of the monitor, set the
(input) switch on the front
of the monitor to 1.
8 Video input connector 2 (DVI) (2
) (page 4)
Inputs RGB video and sync signals (0.700 Vp-p, positive)
through a DVI-A connector.
C4
C3
C2
C1
C5
Pin No.
Notes
• Do not touch the pins of the video signal cable connector as this might
bend the pins.
• When connecting the video signal cable, check the alignment of the
video input connector. Do not force the video input connector in the
wrong way or the pins might bend.
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Signal
Pin No.
To a computer
with an HD15
video output
Signal
C1
Red
10
—
C2
Green
11
—
C3
Blue
12
—
C4
H. Sync
13
—
C5
Ground (R/G/B)
14
DDC + 5V*
1
—
15
Ground
2
—
16
Hot Plug Detect
3
—
17
—
4
—
18
—
5
—
19
—
6
Data
Clock(SCL)*
20
—
21
—
7
Bi-Directional
Data (SDA)*
22
—
8
V.Sync
23
—
9
—
24
—
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forward side
backward side
AC IN
forward side
backward side
To a computer with a
DVI video output
* Display Data Channel (DDC) Standard of VESA
(continued)
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Workplace Preparation
Step 2: Connect the power cord
Positioning the Monitor
Choose a suitable place to position the monitor where it is not near
fluorescent desk lighting or any equipment that produces
magnetic fields that could cause interference.
Ensure that the furniture or equipment can support the weight of
the monitor. Allow at least 2 inches (50mm) ventilation space
around the monitor.
With the monitor and computer turned off, first connect the proper
power cord for your local supply to the monitor, then connect it to
a properly grounded power outlet.
Height
The monitor should be positioned so that the top of the screen is
slightly below your eye level when you sit at your workstation.
Orientation
Choose a position that gives the least reflection from lights and
windows, usually at a right angle to any windows. The monitor
should be positioned directly in front of you so that you do not
have to twist your body. Tilt the monitor to a comfortable viewing
angle.
to AC input
to a power outlet
power cord
Working Practices
Step 3: Turn on the monitor and
computer
Rest
Take regular breaks. Vary your posture, and stand up and stretch
occasionally as prolonged use of computer workstations can be
tiring.
First turn on the monitor, then turn on the computer.
Back
You should sit back in the chair and use the backrest.
Hands
Use a light touch on the keyboard, keeping your hands and fingers
relaxed. Allow a space in front of the keyboard to rest your wrists
when not typing. Consider using a wristpad.
The installation of your monitor is complete.
If necessary, use the monitor’s controls to adjust the picture.
If no picture appears on your screen
Eyesight
Working with monitors, in common with any kind of prolonged
close work, can be visually demanding. Look away from the
screen periodically and have your eyesight checked regularly.
• Check that the monitor is correctly connected to the computer.
• If NO SIGNAL appears on the screen, try changing the input
signal (page 6), and confirm that your computer’s graphics
board is completely seated in the correct bus slot.
• If you are replacing an old monitor with this model and OUT
OF SCAN RANGE appears on the screen, reconnect the old
monitor. Then adjust the computer’s graphics board so that the
horizontal frequency is between 30 – 130 kHz and the vertical
frequency is between 48 – 170 Hz.
Screen settings
Set the screen brightness and contrast to a comfortable level.
You may have to adjust this as the lighting changes during the
day. Many application programs let you select color combinations
which can help you to view in comfort.
For more information about the on-screen messages, see “Trouble
symptoms and remedies” on page 17.
5
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Selecting the input signal
Customizing Your Monitor
You can connect two computers to this monitor using the video
input connectors. To select one of the two computers, use the
(input) switch.
You can make numerous adjustments to your monitor using the
on-screen menu.
Slide the
(input) switch.
The selected video input connector appears on the screen for 3
seconds.
“INPUT 1” or “INPUT 2” appears on the screen.
Navigating the menu
x Using the
, m/M, and </, buttons
1 Display the menu.
Press the
button to display the menu on the screen.
EX I T
CONTRAST
b
Note
If no signal is input to the selected video input connector, NO SIGNAL
appears on the screen. After a minute, the monitor enters the power saving
mode. If this happens, switch to the other video input connector.
85
1600x1200 / 85Hz
2 Select the menu you want to adjust.
Highlight the desired menu by pressing the m/M buttons.
Then press the
button.
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b
3 Adjust the menu.
Press the </, buttons to make the adjustment, then press
the
button to activate the adjustment.
b
If you want to select another menu:
Press the m/M buttons to select
and press the
exit the menu.
button to
4 Close the menu.
Each time you select
and press the
button, the menu
exits. If no buttons are pressed, the menu closes automatically
after about 30 seconds.
(continued)
6
x Selecting the on-screen menu language
(LANGUAGE)
x Menu items
EXIT
Close the menu.
English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish,
Russian, and Japanese versions of the on-screen menus are
available.
1 Press the
CONTRAST/BRIGHT
(page 8)
Adjusts the contrast and
brightness. You can also
call up this menu directly by
pressing the 6 m or
M
buttons while there is no
menu on the screen.
button.
EX I T
CONTRAST
b
85
SIZE/CENTER (page 9)
Adjusts the size or
centering.
1600x1200 / 85Hz
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
press the
CONTRAST / BR I GHT
CONTRAST
85
1600x1200 / 85Hz
S I ZE / CENTER
OPTION and
button.
45
OPT I ON
1600x1200 / 85Hz
CONTROL
LOCK
b
GEOMETRY (page 10)
Adjusts the rotation and
shape of the picture.
ON
OFF
GEOMETRY
1600x1200 / 85Hz
45
3 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
and press the
(LANGUAGE)
1600x1200 / 85Hz
button.
CONVERGENCE (page
10)
Adjusts the picture’s
horizontal and vertical
convergence.
OPT I ON
b
LANGUAGE
ENGL I SH
FRANÇA I S
DEUTSCH
1/3
CONVERGENCE
T
B
45
1600x1200 / 85Hz
1600x1200 / 85Hz
SCREEN (page 11)
Adjusts the picture’s
quality.
The options include:
• degaussing the screen
(DEGAUSS)
• adjusting the moire
cancellation (CANCEL
MOIRE)
• adjusting the landing
(LANDING)
4 Press the m/M buttons until the desired language
appears on the screen. Then press the
button to
select the language.
Each time you press the m/M buttons, the languages that can
be selected appear cyclically.
• ENGLISH
• FRANÇAIS: French
• DEUTSCH: German
• ESPAÑOL: Spanish
• ITALIANO: Italian
• NEDERLANDS: Dutch
• SVENSKA: Swedish
•
: Russian
•
: Japanese
COLOR (page 12)
Adjusts the picture’s color
temperature to match the
monitor’s colors to a printed
picture’s colors.
To close the menu
Press the m/M buttons to select
. If no buttons are pressed, the menu
closes automatically after about 30 seconds.
SCREEN
DEGAUSS
OK
CANCEL
1600x1200 / 85Hz
COLOR
: PRESET
9300K
6500K
5000K
1600x1200 / 85Hz
(continued)
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OPTION (page 14)
Adjusts the monitor’s
options.
The options include:
• locking the controls
• changing the on-screen
menu’s language
• changing the on-screen
menu position
• changing the picture’s
color temperature setting
mode
0 RESET (page 14)
Resets the adjustments.
Adjusting the brightness and
contrast (CONTRAST/BRIGHT)
OPT I ON
CONTROL
LOCK
ON
OFF
These settings are stored in memory for the signals from the
currently selected video input connector.
1600x1200 / 85Hz
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
CONTRAST/
BRIGHT. Then press the
button.
The CONTRAST/BRIGHT menu appears on the screen.
RESET
1
2
3 Press the m/M buttons to highlight 6 (CONTRAST)
CURRENT
MODE
or
OK
CANCEL
(BRIGHTNESS). Then press the
button.
4 Press the </, buttons to adjust the contrast (6)
or brightness (
1600x1200 / 85Hz
).
If you are using the sRGB mode
x Displaying the current input signal
When you press the
button to display the menu, information
on the current input signal is displayed. If the current input signal
matches one of the monitor’s factory preset modes, the resolution
and vertical frequencies are displayed. (See page 20 for a list of
factory preset modes.) If the current input signal does not match
one of the factory presets, the horizontal and vertical frequencies
are displayed.
If you selected the sRGB mode in the COLOR MODE ( ) of the
OPTION ( ) menu, the following CONTRAST/BRIGHT menu
appears on the screen.
CONTRAST / BR I GHT
s RGB
:
US
/
EX I T
1600x1200 / 85Hz
CONTRAST
You cannot adjust the contrast (6) or brightness ( ) on this
screen. If you want to adjust them, select a mode other than sRGB
in the COLOR MODE ( ) of the OPTION ( ) menu.
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1600x1200 / 85Hz
the vertical
frequencies of
the current
input signal
For more information about using the sRGB mode, see
“Adjusting the color of the picture (COLOR)” on page 12.
the resolution or
horizontal frequencies
of the current input
signal
8
Adjusting the centering of the
picture (SIZE/CENTER)
Automatically sizing and centering
the picture (AUTO)
This setting is stored in memory for the current input signal.
You can easily adjust the picture to fill the screen by using the
SIZE/CENTER menu.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
SIZE/CENTER
and press the
button.
The SIZE/CENTER menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
SIZE/CENTER
and press the
button.
The SIZE/CENTER menu appears on the screen.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select
for horizontal
adjustment, or
for vertical adjustment. Then
press the
button.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select
(AUTO). Then
press the
button.
The adjustment window appears on the screen.
4 Press the </, buttons to adjust the centering.
4 Press the m/M buttons to select OK.
The picture automatically fills the screen.
Adjusting the size of the picture
(SIZE/CENTER)
This setting is stored in memory for the current input signal.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
Notes
• If you do not want to use the AUTO function, select CANCEL in step 4.
• This function is intended to be used when the computer is displaying
what should be a full-screen picture. It may not work properly if the
background color is dark or if the input picture does not fill the screen
to the edges.
• The displayed image moves for a few seconds while this function is
performed. This is not a malfunction.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
SIZE/CENTER
and press the
button.
The SIZE/CENTER menu appears on the screen.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select
for horizontal
adjustment, or
for vertical adjustment. Then
press the
button.
4 Press the </, buttons to adjust the size.
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Adjusting the shape of the picture
(GEOMETRY)
Adjusting the convergence
(CONVERGENCE)
The GEOMETRY settings allow you to adjust the rotation and
shape of the picture.
The
(rotation) setting is stored in memory for all input signals.
All other settings are stored in memory for the current input
signal.
The CONVERGENCE settings allow you to adjust the quality of
the picture by controlling the convergence. The convergence
refers to the alignment of the red, green, and blue color signals.
If you see red or blue shadows around letters or lines, adjust the
convergence.
These settings are stored in memory for all input signals.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
GEOMETRY
and press the
button.
The GEOMETRY menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
CONVERGENCE and press the
button.
The CONVERGENCE menu appears on the screen.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select the desired
3 Press the m/M buttons to select the desired
adjustment item. Then press the
button.
The adjustment bar appears on the screen.
adjustment item. Then press the
button.
The adjustment bar appears on the screen.
4 Press the </, buttons to make the adjustment.
Select
4 Press the </, buttons to make the adjustment.
To
Select
rotate the picture
horizontally shift red or blue shadows
expand or contract the picture sides
vertically shift red or blue shadows
shift the picture sides to the left or right
adjust the picture width at the top of the screen
shift the picture to the left or right at the top of the
screen
0
RESET
To
reset all the GEOMETRY adjustments to the
factory setting levels. Select OK.
For more information about using the RESET mode, see
“Resetting the adjustments (RESET)” on page 14.
T
TOP
vertically shift red or blue shadows at the top of
the screen
B
BOTTOM
vertically shift red or blue shadows at the bottom
of the screen
0
RESET
reset all the CONVERGENCE adjustments to
the factory setting levels. Select OK.
For more information about using the RESET mode, see
“Resetting the adjustments (RESET)” on page 14.
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Adjusting the picture quality
(SCREEN)
Select
To
DEGAUSS
degauss the monitor. To degauss the monitor
manually, select OK.
The SCREEN settings allow you to degauss (demagnetize) the
monitor manually and adjust the picture quality by controlling the
moire and landing.
• If the color is not uniform or the picture is fuzzy, degauss the
monitor (DEGAUSS).
• If elliptical or wavy patterns appear on the screen, cancel the
moire (CANCEL MOIRE).
• If the color is irregular at the corners of the screen, adjust the
landing (LANDING).
The monitor is automatically demagnetized (degaussed) when the
power is turned on.
The screen is degaussed for a few seconds. If a second degauss
cycle is needed, allow a minimum interval of 20 minutes for the
best result.
CANCEL
MOIRE
adjust the degree of moire cancellation until
the moire* is at a minimum
LANDING reduce any color irregularities in the screen’s
top left corner to a minimum
LANDING reduce any color irregularities in the screen’s
top right corner to a minimum
LANDING reduce any color irregularities in the screen’s
bottom left corner to a minimum
LANDING reduce any color irregularities in the screen’s
bottom right corner to a minimum
0
RESET
* Moire is a type of natural interference which produces soft, wavy lines
on your screen. It may appear due to interference between the pattern
of the picture on the screen and the phosphor pitch pattern of the
monitor.
The CANCEL MOIRE setting is stored in memory for the current
input signal. All other settings are stored in memory for all input
signals.
Example of moire
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
reset all the SCREEN adjustments to the
factory setting levels. Select OK.
SCREEN and
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press the
button.
The SCREEN menu appears on the screen.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select the desired
Note
The picture may become fuzzy when the CANCEL MOIRE function is
activated.
adjustment item. Then press the
button.
The adjustment bar appears on the screen.
4 Press the m/M or </, buttons to make the
adjustment.
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x PRESET mode
Adjusting the color of the picture
(COLOR)
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
The COLOR settings allow you to adjust the picture’s color
temperature by changing the color level of the white color field.
Colors appear reddish if the temperature is low, and bluish if the
temperature is high. This adjustment is useful for matching the
monitor’s color to a printed picture’s colors.
You can set the color temperature for each of the video input
connectors.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
COLOR and
press the
button.
The COLOR menu appears on the screen.
3 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
the
. Then press
button.
COLOR
: PRESET
x Select the COLOR mode
9300K
6500K
5000K
There are 4 types of adjustment modes, PRESET, VARIABLE,
EXPERT, and sRGB. The default setting is PRESET which can
be adjusted to 9300K, 6500K, or 5000K.
If you want to set another mode (other than PRESET), select the
desired mode in the OPTION ( ) menu. Then adjust the
selected mode in each COLOR ( ) menu.
1600x1200 / 85Hz
4 Press the m/M buttons to select the desired
temperature.
The preset color temperatures are 9300K, 6500K, and 5000K.
Since the default setting is 9300K, the whites will change
from a bluish hue to a reddish hue as the temperature is
lowered to 6500K and 5000K.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
OPTION and
x VARIABLE mode
press the
button.
The OPTION menu appears on the screen.
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1 Press the
3 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
MODE). Then press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
(COLOR
button.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
COLOR and press the
button.
The COLOR menu appears on the screen.
4 Press the m/M buttons to select the COLOR mode.
OPT I ON
3 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
COLOR MODE
the
PRESET
VARIABLE
EXPERT
s RGB
. Then press
button.
COLOR
: VARIABLE
1600x1200 / 85Hz
5 Press the
5000K
button three times to close the menu.
1600x1200 / 85Hz
4 Press the </, buttons to fine tune the color
temperature.
The new color temperature setting you fine tuned between
5000K to 11000K is stored in memory.
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x EXPERT mode
Restoring the color from the PRESET, VARIABLE,
or sRGB modes (COLOR RETURN)
You can make additional adjustments to the color in greater detail
by selecting the EXPERT mode.
The colors of most display monitors tend to gradually change
brilliance over several years of service. The COLOR RETURN
feature found in the PRESET, VARIABLE, and sRGB menus
allows you to restore the color to the original factory quality
levels. The explanation below explains how to restore the
monitor’s color from the PRESET mode for example.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
press the
COLOR and
button.
COLOR
First, select the PRESET, VARIABLE, or sRGB mode in the
OPTION menu (page 12).
: EXPERT
R
G
B
R
G
B
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
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1600x1200 / 85Hz
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
3 Press the m/M buttons to select the R (red), G
(green), or B (blue) and press the
button. Then
press the </, buttons to adjust the input signal
for both GAIN (6) and BIAS ( ).
If you want to reset the EXPERT adjustments, select
0 (RESET) in COLOR menu. Then select OK in the RESET
window.
3
Press the m/M buttons to highlight
RETURN). Then press the
button.
x sRGB mode
: PRESET
COLOR
RETURN
The sRGB color setting is an industry standard color space
protocol designed to correlate the displayed and printed colors of
sRGB compliant computer products. To adjust the colors to the
sRGB profile, simply select the sRGB mode in the COLOR
MODE ( ) menu of the OPTION ( ) menu.
However, in order to display the sRGB colors correctly (γ = 2.2,
6500K), you must set your computer to the sRGB profile. If you
select this mode, you cannot operate the CONTRAST/BRIGHT
menu adjustments.
OK
CANCEL
1600x1200 / 85Hz
The picture disappears while the color is being restored (for a
few seconds). After the color is restored, the picture reappears
on the screen.
Notes
• Before using this feature, the monitor must be in normal operation
mode (green power indicator on) for at least 30 minutes. If the monitor
goes into power saving mode, you must return the monitor to normal
operation mode and wait for 30 minutes for the monitor to be ready.
You may need to adjust your computer’s power saving settings to keep
the monitor in normal operation mode for the full 30 minutes. If the
monitor is not ready, the following message will appear.
: s RGB
s RGB
:
(COLOR
4 Press the m/M buttons to select OK.
COLOR
COLOR
COLOR and
press the
button.
The COLOR menu appears on the screen.
/
1600x1200 / 85Hz
COLOR
Note
Your computer and other connected products (such as a printer), must be
sRGB compliant.
: PRESET
COLOR
RETURN
AVA I LABLE
AFTER
WARM UP
1600x1200 / 85Hz
• The monitor may gradually lose its ability to perform this function due
to the natural aging of the picture tube.
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Additional settings (OPTION)
Resetting the adjustments (RESET)
You can lock the controls, change the on-screen language, change
the menu position, and set the COLOR mode.
This monitor has the following 2 reset methods.
x Resetting all the adjustment data for the
current input signal
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
1 Press the
button.
The menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
OPTION and press the
button.
The OPTION menu appears on the screen.
2 Press the m/M buttons to highlight
0 RESET and press the
3 Press the m/M buttons to select the desired
adjustment item.
Adjust the selected item according to the following
instructions.
3 Press the m/M buttons to select 01 (CURRENT
MODE) and press the
button.
4 Press the m/M buttons to select OK.
x Locking the controls (CONTROL LOCK)
RESET
You can protect the adjustment data by locking the controls.
Press the m/M buttons to highlight
(CONTROL
LOCK) and press the
button. Then press the m/M
buttons to select ON and press the
button.
Only the ! (power) button,
button,
(input) switch,
,
and
(CONTROL LOCK) of the
OPTION menu will
operate. If any other items are selected, the
mark appears on
the screen.
To cancel the control lock
Repeat the procedure above and set
button.
1
2
CURRENT
MODE
OK
CANCEL
1600x1200 / 85Hz
Note that the following items are not reset by this method:
• on-screen menu language (page 7)
• color mode setting in the OPTION menu (PRESET,
VARIABLE, EXPERT, sRGB) (page 12)
• color temperature setting in the PRESET mode (9300K,
6500K, 5000K) (page 12)
• on-screen menu position (page 14)
(CONTROL LOCK) to OFF.
x Changing the on-screen language
(LANGUAGE)
See page 7.
x Resetting all of the adjustment data for all
input signals
x Changing the menu’s position
(OSD POSITION)
Select 02 (ALL MODES) in step 3 above.
Change the menu’s position if it is blocking an image on the
screen.
Press the m/M buttons to select
(OSD POSITION)
for horizontal adjustment, or
(OSD POSITION) for
vertical adjustment and press the
button. Then
press the </, buttons to shift the on-screen menu.
Then press the
button.
Note
The RESET function does not function when
is set to ON.
x Setting the COLOR mode
See page 12.
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Technical Features
Troubleshooting
Before contacting technical support, refer to this section.
Preset and user modes
If thin lines appear on your screen
(damper wires)
When the monitor receives an input signal, it automatically
matches the signal to one of the factory preset modes stored in the
monitor’s memory to provide a high quality picture at the center
of the screen. (See page 20 for a list of the factory preset modes.)
For input signals that do not match one of the factory preset
modes, the digital Multiscan technology of this monitor ensures
that a clear picture appears on the screen for any timing in the
monitor’s frequency range (horizontal: 30 – 130 kHz, vertical: 48
– 170 Hz). If the picture is adjusted, the adjustment data is stored
as a user mode and automatically recalled whenever the same
input signal is received.
The visible lines on your screen especially when the background
screen color is light (usually white), are normal for the Trinitron
monitor. This is not a malfunction. These are shadows from the
damper wires used to stabilize the aperture grille. The aperture
grille is the essential element that makes a Trinitron picture tube
unique by allowing more light to reach the screen, resulting in a
brighter, more detailed picture.
Damper wires
Note for Windows users
For Windows users, check your graphics board manual or the
utility program which comes with your graphics board and select
the highest available refresh rate to maximize monitor
performance.
Power saving function
On-screen messages
This monitor meets the power-saving guidelines set by VESA and
ENERGY STAR. If no signal is input to the monitor from your
computer, the monitor will automatically reduce power
consumption as shown below.
If there is something wrong with the input signal, one of the
following messages appears on the screen.
Power mode
Power consumption
! (power)
indicator
normal
operation
≤ 135 W
green
active off*
(deep sleep)**
≤3W
orange
power off
Approx. 0 W
off
If NO SIGNAL appears on section 1
This indicates that no signal is input from the selected video input
connector.
I NFORMAT I ON
MON I TOR I S WORK I NG
I NPUT
2 : NO S I GNAL
ACT I VATE BY COMPUTER
CHECK S I GNAL CABLE
CHECK I NPUT SELECTOR
* When your computer enters power saving mode, the input signal is cut
and NO SIGNAL appears on the screen before the monitor enters active
off mode. After a minute, the monitor enters power saving mode.
**“Deep sleep” is power saving mode defined by the Environmental
Protection Agency.
W
R
G
B
2 The selected video input connector
This message shows the currently selected video input
connector (INPUT 1 or INPUT 2).
3 The remedies
The following messages appear on the screen.
• If ACTIVATE BY COMPUTER appears on the screen, try
pressing any key on the computer or moving the mouse, and
confirm that your computer’s graphics board is completely
seated in the correct bus slot.
• If CHECK SIGNAL CABLE appears on the screen, check
that the monitor is correctly connected to the computer
(page 4).
• If CHECK INPUT SELECTOR appears on the screen, try
changing the input signal (page 6).
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If OUT OF SCAN RANGE appears on line 1
This indicates that the input signal is not supported by the
monitor’s specifications.
I NFORMAT I ON
MON I TOR I S WORK I NG
I NPUT
2 : 2 0 0 . 0 k H z / 8 5 Hz
OUT OF SCAN RANGE
CHANGE S I GNAL T I M I NG
W
R
G
B
2 The selected video input connector and the
frequencies of the current input signal
This message shows the currently selected video input
connector (INPUT 1 or INPUT 2). If the monitor recognizes
the frequencies of the current input signal, the horizontal and
vertical frequencies are also displayed.
3 The remedies
CHANGE SIGNAL TIMING appears on the screen. If you
are replacing an old monitor with this monitor, reconnect the
old monitor. Then adjust the computer’s graphics board so
that the horizontal frequency is between 30 – 130 kHz, and the
vertical frequency is between 48 - 170 Hz.
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For more information, see “Trouble symptoms and remedies” on
page 17.
Displaying this monitor’s name, serial number,
and date of manufacture
While the monitor is receiving a video signal, press and hold the
button for more than 5 seconds to display this monitor’s
information box.
Example
INFORMATION
b
MODEL : IBM P275
SER NO : 12-34567
MANUFACTURED : 2001-05
W
R
G
B
If the problem persists, call your authorized technical support and
give the following information.
• Model name: IBM P275
• Serial number
• Name and specifications of your computer and graphics board.
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Trouble symptoms and remedies
If the problem is caused by the connected computer or other equipment, please refer to the connected equipment’s instruction manual.
Use the self-diagnosis function (page 19) if the following recommendations do not resolve the problem.
Symptom
Check these items
No picture
If the ! (power) indicator is not lit
• Check that the power cord is properly connected.
• Check that the ! (power) button is in the “on” position.
If the NO SIGNAL message appears
on the screen, or if the
! (power) indicator is orange
• Check that the video signal cable is properly connected and all plugs are firmly seated in
their sockets (page 4).
• Check that the
(input) switch setting is correct (page 6).
• Check that the video input connector’s pins are not bent or pushed in.
xProblems caused by the connected computer or other equipment
• The computer is in power saving mode. Try pressing any key on the keyboard or moving
the mouse.
• Check that the computer’s power is “on.”
• Check that the graphic board is completely seated in the proper bus slot.
If the OUT OF SCAN RANGE
message appears on the screen
xProblems caused by the connected computer or other equipment
• Check that the video frequency range is within that specified for the monitor. If you
replaced an old monitor with this monitor, reconnect the old monitor and adjust the
frequency range to the following.
Horizontal: 30 – 130 kHz
Vertical: 48 – 170 Hz
If no message is displayed and the
! (power) indicator is green or
flashing orange
• Use the Self-diagnosis function (page 19).
Picture flickers, bounces,
oscillates, or is scrambled
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• Isolate and eliminate any potential sources of electric or magnetic fields such as other
monitors, laser printers, fluorescent lighting, televisions, or electric fans.
• Move the monitor away from power lines or place a magnetic shield near the monitor.
• Try plugging the monitor into a different AC outlet, preferably on a different circuit.
• Try turning the monitor 90° to the left or right.
xProblems caused by the connected computer or other equipment
• Check your graphics board manual for the proper monitor setting.
• Confirm that the graphics mode and the frequency of the input signal are supported by this
monitor (page 20). Even if the frequency is within the proper range, some graphics boards
may have a sync pulse that is too narrow for the monitor to sync correctly.
• Adjust the computer’s refresh rate (vertical frequency) to obtain the best possible picture.
Picture is fuzzy
• Adjust the contrast and brightness (page 8).
• Degauss the monitor* (page 11).
• Adjust the degree of moire cancellation until the moire is minimal, or set CANCEL
MOIRE to OFF (page 11).
* If a second degauss cycle is needed, allow a minimum interval of 20 minutes for the best result. A humming noise may be heard, but this is not a
malfunction.
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Symptom
Check these items
Picture is ghosting
• Eliminate the use of video cable extensions and/or video switch boxes.
• Check that all plugs are firmly seated in their sockets.
Picture is not centered or sized
properly
• Set the AUTO ( ) function to OK (on) in the SIZE/CENTER menu (page 9).
• Adjust the size or centering (page 9). Note that with some input signals and/or graphics
boards the periphery of the screen is not fully utilized.
Edges of the image are curved
• Adjust the geometry (page 10).
Wavy or elliptical pattern (moire)
is visible
• Adjust the degree of moire cancellation until the moire is minimal (page 11).
Color is not uniform
• Degauss the monitor* (page 11). If you place equipment that generates a magnetic field,
such as a speaker, near the monitor, or if you change the direction the monitor faces, color
may lose uniformity.
• Adjust the landing (page 11).
White does not look white
• Adjust the color temperature (page 12).
Letters and lines show red or blue
shadows at the edges
• Adjust the convergence (page 10).
Monitor buttons do not operate
(
appears on the screen)
• If the control lock is set to ON, set it to OFF (page 14).
COLOR RETURN function does
not operate
• Before using this function, the monitor must be in normal operation mode (green power
indicator on) for at least 30 minutes. For more information on using the COLOR
RETURN (
) function, see page 13.
• Adjust the computer’s power saving settings to keep the monitor in normal operation
mode for more than 30 minutes.
• The monitor may gradually lose its ability to perform this function due to the natural aging
of the picture tube.
COLOR
: PRESET
COLOR
RETURN
AVA I LABLE
AFTER
WARM UP
xProblems caused by the connected computer or other equipment
• Change your desktop pattern.
1600x1200 / 85Hz
A hum is heard right after the
power is turned on
• This is the sound of the auto-degauss cycle. When the power is turned on, the monitor is
automatically degaussed for a few seconds.
* If a second degauss cycle is needed, allow a minimum interval of 20 minutes for the best result. A humming noise may be heard, but this is not a
malfunction.
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Self-diagnosis function
Specifications
This monitor is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If there is
a problem with your monitor or computer(s), the screen will go
blank and the ! (power) indicator will either light up green or
flash orange. If the ! (power) indicator is lit in orange, the
computer is in power saving mode. Try pressing any key on the
keyboard or moving the mouse.
CRT
Viewable image size
Resolution
Maximum
Recommended
! (power) indicator
Input signal levels
x If the ! (power) indicator is green
1 Disconnect any plugs from the video input
connector 1 and 2, or turn off the connected
computer(s).
Standard image area
2 Press the ! (power) button twice to turn the monitor
off and then on.
3 Press the M button for 2 seconds before the monitor
enters power saving mode.
Deflection frequency*
AC input voltage/current
Power consumption
Dimensions
If all four color bars appear (white, red, green, blue), the monitor
is working properly. Reconnect the video input cables and check
the condition of your computer(s).
Mass
Plug and Play
If the color bars do not appear, there is a potential monitor failure.
Inform your authorized technical support of the monitor’s
condition.
0.24 mm aperture grille pitch
21 inches measured diagonally
90-degree deflection
Trinitron
Approx. 403.8 × 302.2 mm (w/h)
(16 × 12 inches)
19.8" viewing image
Horizontal: 1920 dots
Vertical: 1440 lines
Horizontal: 1600 dots
Vertical: 1200 lines
Video signal
Analog RGB: 0.700 Vp-p
(positive), 75 Ω
SYNC signal
H/V separate or composite sync:
TTL 2 kΩ, Polarity free
Sync on Green: 0.3 Vp-p
(negative)
4:3
Approx. 388 × 291 mm (w/h)
(15 3/8 × 11 1/2 inches)
or
5:4
Approx. 364 × 291 mm (w/h)
(14 3/8 × 11 1/2 inches)
Horizontal: 30 to 130 kHz
Vertical: 48 to 170 Hz
100 to 240 V, 50 – 60 Hz, 2.0 – 1.0 A
Approx. 135 W
Approx. 504.2 × 511 × 495.4 mm (w/
h/d) (19 7/8 × 20 1/8 × 19 5/8 inches)
Approx. 31 kg (68 lb 5 oz)
DDC2B/DDC2Bi, GTF (page 20)
* Recommended horizontal and vertical timing condition
• Horizontal sync width duty should be more than 4.8% of
total horizontal time or 0.8 µs, whichever is larger.
• Horizontal blanking width should be more than 2.3 µsec.
• Vertical blanking width should be more than 450 µsec.
x If the ! (power) indicator is flashing orange
Press the ! (power) button twice to turn the monitor off
and then on.
If the ! (power) indicator lights up green, the monitor is working
properly.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
If the ! (power) indicator is still flashing, there is a potential
monitor failure. Count the number of seconds between orange
flashes of the ! (power) indicator and inform your authorized
technical support of the monitor’s condition. Be sure to note the
model name and serial number of your monitor. Also note the
make and model of your computer and graphic board.
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x Preset mode timing table
No. Resolution Horizontal Vertical
Graphics
(dots × lines) Frequency Frequency Mode
1
640 × 480
31.5 kHz
60 Hz
VGA-G
2
640 × 480
43.3 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
3
720 × 400
31.5 kHz
70 Hz
VGA-Text
4
720 × 400
37.9 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
5
800 × 600
37.9 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
6
800 × 600
46.9 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
7
800 × 600
53.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
8
1024 × 768
48.4 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
9
1024 × 768
56.5 kHz
70 Hz
VESA
10 1024 × 768
60.0 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
11 1024 × 768
68.7 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
12 1152 × 864
67.5 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
13 1280 × 960
60.0 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
14 1280 × 960
85.9 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
15 1280 × 1024
64.0 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
16 1280 × 1024
80.0 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
17 1280 × 1024
91.1 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
18 1600 × 1200
75.0 kHz
60 Hz
VESA
19 1600 × 1200
81.3 kHz
65 Hz
VESA
20 1600 × 1200
87.5 kHz
70 Hz
VESA
21 1600 × 1200
93.8 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
22 1600 × 1200
106.3 kHz
85 Hz
VESA
23 1920 × 1440
112.5 kHz
75 Hz
VESA
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If the input signal does not match one of the factory preset modes
above, the Generalized Timing Formula feature of this monitor
will automatically provide an optimal image for the screen as long
as the signal is GTF compliant.
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Service Information
The following parts are for use by IBM service, or IBM authorized dealers, to support customer warranty. Parts are for service use only.
Monitor Information
Part No.
M/T-Model
Description
22P6428
6652-T3N
P275 Monitor - NH (Pearl White)
22P6429
6652-U3N
P275 Monitor - NH (Stealth Black)
22P6430
6652-T3S
P275 Monitor - SH (Pearl White)
22P6431
6652-U3S
P275 Monitor - SH (Stealth Black)
Cable Information
Part No.
Description
61H0227
Cable HD15 to HD15 (Black)
22P4543
Cable HD15 to DVI-A (Black)
04N7529
Cable DVI-A to DVI-A (Black)
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