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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................. 2
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................ 4
Package Contents .................................................................... 4
Installing or Removing the Tilt/Swivel Base ........................... 5
Feature Highlights ................................................................... 5
Maximum Compatibility .................................................. 5
Latest Screen Technology ................................................ 5
Ergonomics concerned ..................................................... 6
Instant Power Saving Solution ......................................... 6
Specifications .......................................................................... 6
Recommended Use of the Monitor ......................................... 7
CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS .................................................. 8
Front User Controls. ................................................................ 8
"Picture" Menu ........................................................................ 9
"Status" Menu ........................................................................ 10
"Color" Menu ........................................................................ 11
Contrast and brightness control ............................................ 11
Exit Switch ............................................................................. 11
Energy Declaration ................................................................ 12
TECHNICAL INFORMATION ........................................................ 12
Compatibility ......................................................................... 12
Pin Assignment Table .................................................... 12
Preset Timing Chart ....................................................... 13
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................... 14
DIMENSION/ABMESSUNGEN/DIMENSION ................................ 43
PLUG & PLAY: DISPLAY DATA CHANNEL (DDC) ...................... 44
MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY. ................................. 45
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Please read carefully all of these instructions below and keep the
manual for later use.
2.
Please install the swivel base below this product before it comes into
use.
3.
The voltage ratings and the rated frequency are on the overlay centered
at rear side of this product. Do not connect with any source of other
voltage or frequency and please follow all warnings and instructions
marked on the product.
4.
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning and use a
damp cloth to clean it. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
5.
Do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
6.
Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The
product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
7.
Do not block or cover ventilating openings with cloth or other material.
Neither should this product be placed near or over a radiator or a
heat register, nor should the product be placed in a built-in installation
unless proper ventilation is provided.
8.
This product is equipped with a 3-wire grounding type plug. This
plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the
safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. Choose a Tandem Blade
attachment plug configuration power cord for 230V AC input.
Due to the safety requirements of different areas, please select a
suitable power cord according to the following rules, in addition to
the electric rating:
A. Northern America area: Please select a UL listed and CSA certified
power cord.
B. Germany: Please select a VDE certified power cord.
C. Nordic countries: Please select a power cord certified by SEMKO,
NEMKO, DEMKO or FIMKO.
D. The other areas: Please select a power cord suitable to the local
power system and power outlet.
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Usually a suitable power cord is provided by the manufacturer, while
this product is sold. However, this product is sometimes, resold or
transported to another area of different power system and safety
requirements, please pay attention to the selection of a suitable power
cord.
The plug on the power cord is intended to serve as the disconnect
device, the scoket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
9.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this
product where persons will walk on the cord.
10. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet
slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts
that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of
any kind on the product.
11. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage points or other risk.
Refer all servicing to service personnel.
12. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel under the following conditions.
A. When the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate normally, when the operating
instructions are followed, adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal
operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating
a need for service.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
The monitor is a multiple frequency high-resolution color monitor for IBM
compatible PC's or Macintosh and workstation systems. The monitor is
equipped with microprocessor based intelligence and multiple frequency
scanning capability, allowing it to provide maximum compatibility for various
system platforms.
The monitor uses the latest screen technology including a 0.25mm Aperture
Grille CRT to display crisp text and vivid color graphics with a max. resolution
up to 1600 x 1200 pixels. Furthermore, it supports VESA 85Hz modes to
provide a flicker free display. The full-function digital control and On-Screen
Display (OSD) system provides easy adjustment of image geometry and
color settings for different display modes with the precision of a fixed
frequency monitor.
The design of the monitor is also ergonomics concerned. In addition to the
friendly controls and user comfort features, the emission level of the electric and magnetic field is kept low to meet the Swedish MPR II and TCO
standards.
The monitor is also equipped with energy saving functions; it is compatible
with the VESA power saving standards. The lowest power consumption is
Package
less thanContents
8 W.
The following lists all of the items included in the monitor package box.
Please save the original box and packing materials for future transportation
or shipment of the monitor.
Front View
Rear View
User's Manual
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INTRODUCTION
Installing or Removing the Tilt/Swivel Base
1.Turn off the system and all attached peripherals.
2.Carefully set the monitor upside down.
Remove the Tilt/Swivel Base:
1.Squeeze and hold the latches.
2.Pull the tilt/swivel base to the rear of
the monitor and lift to remove the base.
Installing the Tilt/Swivel Base:
1.Align the base with the slots on the botInstall
Remove
tom of the monitor and insert the tilt/
swivel base into the slots.
2.Push the tilt/swivel base firmly toward the front of the monitor until the
latches click into the locked position.
Feature Highlights
Maximum Compatibility
• Automatically scans all horizontal frequencies between 30kHz and 95kHz,
and all vertical frequencies between 50 Hz and 160 Hz.
• Supports multiple operating platforms such as IBM compatible PC's or
Macintosh computers (with optional adapter).
• Multiple graphic standards with high refresh rates:
640 x 480/160Hz, 800 x 600/147Hz, 1024 x 768/117Hz, 1280 x 1024/
85Hz, 1600 x 1200/75Hz.
• Supports wide range of graphics standards including VGA, Super VGA,
8514/A, XGA, Mac II 13" (640 x 480), Mac 16" (832 x 624), Mac 21"
(1152 x 870), as well as all VESA standards.
Latest Screen Technology
• 0.25 mm Aperture Grille 17" CRT (43.1 cm) for maximum clarity and
detailed pictures.
• Special anti-reflection, anti-glare and anti-static coating of the screen face
provides better focus, contrast and color performance.
• Cylindrical screen reduces image distortion and glare.
• Full feature digital control and multi-lingual OSD system allows easy
adjustment of geometry and color. Furthermore the monitor provides
even advanced adjustments like trapezoid, parallelogram, side-pin, pinbalance, convergence and rotation which allow the user to fine-tune the
screen image.
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Ergonomics Concerned
• Electric and magnetic field emissions are kept low to meet the Swedish
MPR II and TCO standard.
• Front user controls allow easy access and comfort to adjust the screen
image to your personal preferences.
• Horizontal and vertical full-scan capabilities allow you to use the entire
screen area in most resolutions.
• A tilt/swivel base for horizontal and vertical adjustments always provides
the optimum viewing angle.
Instant Power Saving Solution
• The monitor is compatible with VESA DPMS (Display Power Management
Signalings) standard which provides four power saving modes by detecting
horizontal and vertical sync signals.
• The monitor consumes 65 W to 110 W depending on the screen contents
in normal operation; when a power saving mode is activated, it consumes less than 15 W in Stand-by mode, less than 15 W in Suspend
mode and less than 8 W in Off mode.
Specifications
Color Picture Tube
43.1 cm / 17" (16" viewable screen size) diagonal measurement, 90 degree
deflection, Aperture Grille CRT, anti-glare, anti-reflection, anti-static, medium
short persistence phosphor, dark bulb
Dot Pitch
0.25 mm, Aperture Grille
Input Signal
Video: 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohm, analog positive
Sync:
Separate Sync.: TTL Level
Horizontal Sync.: positive/negative
Vertical Sync.:
positive/negative
Composite Sync.: TTL Level, positive/negative
Scan Frequency
Horizontal: 30 to 95 kHz automatically
Vertical: 50 to 160 Hz automatically
Display Area
Horizontal 300 mm (adjustable)
Vertical 225 mm (adjustable)
Max. Resolution
1600 x 1200 pixel, non-interlaced
Display Colors
Analog input, unlimited colors
Video Bandwidth
135 MHz
Misconvergence
Center 0.3 mm, Corner 0.4 mm maximum
Plug & Play
DDC 1 / DDC 2B
Power Supply
100-120 VAC/200-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (automatically)
Power Consumption
110W max.
Dimensions
418(W) x 430(H) x 446.5(D) mm
Weight
21.3 kgs(G.W.), 18.5kgs(N.W.)
Environment
Consideration
Operating Temperature:
Humidity
Storage
Temperature:
Humidity
0°C
20%
–20°C
10%
Note: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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to
to
to
to
35°C
80%
60°C
90%
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Recommended Use of the Monitor
When setting up and using the monitor, pay special attention to the following for optimum performance:
• Do not use your monitor against a bright background or where sunlight
or other light sources will shine directly on the screen.
• The monitor should be placed just below eye level (10°~15°) for
optimum viewing.
• Set the monitor's brightness to match the ambient room light.
• For optimum focus, the contrast control should not be set to the maximum level unless the input signal level is extremely low. Also, the brightness control should be set to a point where the overall background area
just begins to disappear.
• Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor so that the heat from the
monitor can properly dissipate.
• Neither the monitor itself, nor any other heavy objects, should rest on the
power cord. Damage to the power cord can cause fire or electrical shock.
• Keep the monitor away from high-capacity transformers, electrical motors,
or other strong magnetic fields.
• Your monitor should not be used in damp, dusty, or dirty areas.
• Handle your monitor with care when transporting it.
CAUTION
!
• Do not scrap or knock the surface of CRT with a pen, a
screwdriver and so on.
• Clean the CRT surface with a lint-free, nonabrasive, soft cloth,
and should not use the solution or glass cleaner containing
corpuscles like an abrasive, alcohol and an alkaline solution.
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CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Controls and Adjustments
Once you have installed the monitor for your system, please read the
instructions of this section which give you some guidelines on how to use
the monitor more efficiently. It leads you through the various function of
the user controls and explains how to adjust the monitor to your personal
preference.
Front User Controls
BNC/D15
▼
8
7
6
▲
–
5
+
4
3
2
1
1. Power Switch
To turn the monitor on or off.
2. Power LED Indicator
As long as the monitor is powered, this indicator is lit. In normal operation,
it lights green. While in power saving mode, the indicator will turn to
amber.
3. Degauss Switch
To manually degauss the monitor.
4. Exit Switch
To exit OSD window.
5. Control Keys
•To adjust the parameter of the selected function.
•To adjust the contrast level or brightness of the screen.
6. Status Key
To display and select the "Mode", "Off time", "Power save", "Recall",
"Language" and "Location" functions.
•"Mode" shows horizontal/vertical frequency and polarity
•"Off time" sets OSD window display time.
•"Power save" enables or disable the power saving function.
•"Recall" recalls the factory settings of the "Picture", "Color" and "Converge"
parameters.
•"Language" selects the OSD menu language.
•"Location" moves the position of the OSD window.
7. Color Key
To display and select the color mode.(four different color modes can be
chosen)
8. Picture Key
To display and select the "Position", "Size", "Pincushion", "Geometry",
"Rotation" and "Others" functions.
Power Saving Note:
This monitor is equipped with a automatic power-saving circuitry design that
will work with any computer which meets the VESA DPMS standard. It meets
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A.Position:
Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
B. Size:
Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
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"Picture" Menu
C. Pincushion:
Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
Sidepin
79
D. Geometry:
Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
Keystone
90
E. Rotation:
a. Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select "Keystone" and
"Parallel".
b. Press the "+" or "–" key to adjust the picture according
to your preferences.
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Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
Moire
Converg
: Proceed
Moire
B
a. Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select "Sidepin" or
"Balance".
b. Press the "+" or "–" key to adjust the picture according
to your preferences.
Raster
F. Others:
R
a. Press the "+" or "–" key to enlarge or reduce the
horizontal width.
b. Press the "▲" key to enlarge the vertical size or "▼"
to reduce it.
Press the "+" or "–" key to rotate the picture.
Picture
Position
Size
Pincushion
Geometry
Rotation
Others
a. Press the "+" or "–"key to reposition the display to
the right or left.
b. Press the "▲" key to move the entire picture upwards
and "▼" to move it downwards.
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R
B
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a. Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select the Moire or
Convergence.
b. Press the "+" key to proceed.
c. Press the "+" or "–" key for prefered adjustment.
d. Press the "▼ " or "▲ " key to select the H./V.
Convergence.
e.Caution:
Press the "+" or "–" key for prefered adjustment.
1. If moire reduction is overdone, picture quality, for
example, focus and vertical line stability will be
effected sametimes.
2. Proper adjustment is recommanded for not effecting
picture perfermance.
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CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
"Status" Menu
A. Mode:
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
1280 x1024
H: 63.8 KHz
V: 59.8
Hz
H. SYNC: +
V. SYNC: +
B. Off time:
Status
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
To display timing information for the resolution,
frequency and polarity of the current mode.
OSD
After
OFF
58
58
SEC
SEC
Recall
Press the "+" or "–" key to specify an Off time between
5 and 255 seconds.
Language
Location
C. Power save:
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
VESA
DPMS
: ON
: OFF
D. Recall:
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
Picture
Color
Converge
:Proceed
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
:YES
:NO
Status
English
Deutsch
França
is
Españo
l
Italiano
F. Location:
Status
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
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a. Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select "Picture", "Color"
or "Converge".
b. Confirm the Recall action and proceed by pressing
the "+" key or cancel the action by pressing the "–
" key.
Confirm
E. Language:
Mode
Off time
Power save
Recall
Language
Location
Press the "+" key to enable or the "–" key to disable
the power saving function.
OSD
Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select between English,
German, French, Spanish or Italian language for the
OSD menu.
a. Press the "+" key to shift the OSD window to the
right or the "–" key to shift it to the left.
b. Press the "▲" key to move the OSD window
upwards or "▼" to move it downwards.
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"Color" Menu
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
1
2
3
4
Color
62
68
9300°K
62
Mode 1
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
1
2
3
4
Color
52
51
7500°K
61
a. By pressing the "Color" key you can select between
mode 1, 2, 3 or 4 to store your user defined color
settings.
b. Press the "▼" or "▲" key to select the R/G/B gain,
then press the "+" key to increase or press the "–" key
to decrease the respective color intensity.
Mode 2
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
1
2
3
4
Color
50
50
6500°K
50
Mode 3
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
1
2
3
4
Color
58
47
5000°K
23
Mode 4
Contrast and Brightness Control
:50
:100
Exit Switch
When the OSD menu is switched off, proceed as follows
to adjust the contrast or brightness:
a. Press the "+" or "–" key to increase or decrease the
contrast level of the screen.
b. Press the "▲" or "▼" key to increase or decrease the
brightness level.
You can turn off the OSD window by pressing this key.
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CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
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CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
Energy Declaration
This monitor is equipped with a function for saving energy which supports
the VESA Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS) standard. This means
that the monitor must be connected to a computer which also supports the
VESA DPMS standard to fulfill the requirements of the NUTEK specification
803299/94/96. The time settings for switching to a power saving mode are
adjusted from the system unit by software. From the first indication of inactivity to power saving position A2 the total time must not be set to more than
70 minutes.
2. Power Consumption (120/230 Vac)
1. VESA Power-Management Proposal
VESA DPMS Standard
H. sync
V. sync
Video
State
Off
On
Blank
Stand-by
On
Off
Blank
Suspend
Off
Off
Blank
Off
NUTEK
VESA state
LED indicator
Power
Consumption
Normal
operation
On
Green
<110W
Power Saving
Position A1
Suspend
Amber
<15W
Power Saving
Position A2
Off
Amber
<8W
According to TCO guidelines, the optimum TCO readings are measured when
brightness and contrast are adjusted to their center position.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Compatibility
This color monitor supports multiple operating platforms such as IBM
compatible and Macintosh family computers. This section provides you with
detailed information on pin assignment of the D-Sub connector and the
preset timing chart of the prevailing video standards.
Pin Assignment
1
6
11
5
10
15
Male Mini D-15 Connector
Signal
Red Video
Green Video
Blue Video
Horizontal Sync
Vertical Sync
Ground
No Connection
SDA (DDC)
SCL (DDC)
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15 Pin Mini D-Sub
1
2
3
13
14
4,5,6,7,8,10,11
9
12
15
Note:This monitor is equipped with a micro-processor which allows the
user to set his own preferred mode(s) beyond those standard mode
listed below.
Preset Timing Chart
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Display Format
VERTICAL
VESA
640x480
at 85 Hz
VGA
640x480
at 120 Hz
832x624
at 75 Hz
VESA
800x600
at 85 Hz
800x600
at 120 Hz
MAC
1152x864
at 75 Hz
VESA
1024x768
at 85 Hz
1024x768
at 100Hz
VESA
1280x1024
at 75 Hz
VESA
1280x1024
at 85 Hz
1280
Hotizontal Dots
640
720
640
640
832
800
800
1152
1024
1024
1280
Vertical Lines
480
400
480
480
624
600
600
864
768
768
1024
1024
43.269
63.530
49.726
53.674
75.985
67.500
68.677
80.468
79.976
91.146
H. Frequency(kHz)
H. Sync. Polarity
31.469
–
–
–
–
–
+
–
+
+
–
+
+
23.111
15.741
20.110
18.631
13.160
14.815
14.561
12.427
12.504
10.971
3.813
1.556
1.749
1.117
1.138
1.074
1.185
1.016
1.073
1.067
1.016
1.907
2.222
1.731
3.910
2.702
1.951
2.370
2.201
1.945
1.837
1.422
s
Dµ (Active
Area)
25.422
17.778
11.660
14.524
14.222
9.827
10.667
10.836
9.309
9.481
8.127
s
Eµ (Front
Porch)
0.636
1.555
0.601
0.559
0.569
0.308
0.593
0.508
0.100
0.119
0.406
85.008
119.868
74.552
85.062
120.039
75.000
84.997
99.836
75.024
85.024
s
Aµ (Period)
31.778
s
*Bµ (Pulse
Width)
s
Cµ (Back
Porch)
V. Frequency(Hz)
V. Sync. Polarity
Oms (Period)
59.940
70.087
–
+
–
–
+
+
–
+
+
–
+
+
16.683
14.268
11.763
8.343
13.413
11.756
8.330
13.333
11.765
10.016
13.329
11.761
0.033
Pms (Pulse Width)
0.069
0.094
0.060
0.056
0.039
0.044
0.044
0.037
0.038
Qms (Back Porch)
1.049
0.064
1.112
0.578
0.567
0.784
0.503
0.382
0.474
0.524
0.423
0.475
0.483
Rms (Active Area)
15.253
12.711
11.093
7.555
12.549
11.179
7.896
12.800
11.183
9.544
12.804
11.234
Sms (Front Porch)
0.318
0.381
0.023
0.127
0.020
0.018
0.013
0.015
0.014
0.012
0.012
0.011
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* Bµs (Pulse Width) should be more than 0.5 µs.
To reduce visual tiredness and eye strain, it is recommended to choose the highest refresh modes available.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting
Before calling an authorized service center, please check that the items below
are properly connected or set.
In case of using a non-standard signal, please check the pin assignments and
the signal timing of your adapter with the specifications outlined in sections
"Pin Assignment Table" and "Preset Timing Chart" in chapter 4.
Problem
Items to check
• Power Switch should be in the ON position and the power cord should be properly connected.
• Check the color of the power LED indicator; if it is orange, then the monitor is in a power
saving mode.
• Check if the horizontal/vertical frequency are out of range.
• Maximize the Brightness and Contrast controls.
No picture
"No Signal Input" is displayed on • The video card should be completely seated in its slot.
• The computer power switch should be in the ON position.
the screen
• The signal cable should be completely connected to the video card/computer.
Display image is not centered,
too small, or too large
• Change the Position and Size controls to adjust the image.
Image is scrolling or unstable
• The signal cable should be completely attached to the computer.
• Check the pin assignments and signal timings of the monitor and your video card.
Picture is fuzzy
• Adjust the Contrast and Brightness Controls.
• Push the degauss button once.
CAUTION: A minimum interval of 20 minutes should exist before the degauss button is pressed
a second time when not switching between modes.
Do not hold the button down continuously.
Picture bounces or a wave
pattern is present in the picture
• Relocate electrical devices that may be causing electrical interference.
• See the inside front cover of this manual for FCC information.
• Adjust the Pincushion control.
Edges of the display image are
curved either inward or outward
Color looks blotchy
• Press the Degauss button once.
No Plug & Play functionality
•
•
•
•
C
C
C
C
heck
heck
heck
heck
if
if
if
if
the host system is Plug & Play compatible.
the VGA card is DDC 1/DDC 2B compatible.
Window '95 is installed and the software key for DDC function is enabled.
the manufacturer's original detachable signal cable is being used(D-15 only).
This monitor is build-in Trinitron™ CRT. This CRT is very sensitive to shocks
and vibrations that may occur during transportation. Following are some
adjustment tips when below mentioned symptoms occur.
Symptom
One(15") or two(17")
horizontal lines are visible on
the screen
Tip
•This is normal charactristic of Trinitron™CRT.
•These are damper wires which are attached to the apeture grille and
are designed to dampen and prevent which shock and vibration of the
aperture grill.
•Degaussing the screen.
Black fine vertical lines are
•Tap lightly (do not hit) the side of the monitor.
visible on the screen. Shock
If above mentioned remedies do not work, please do the following:
and vibration may cause the
1. Display full white window or wallpaper background over the area
aperture grill misalligned,
where the black lines appears.
which results few fine black
vertical lines across the screen 2. Set Contrast and Brightness to the maximum, wait for a moment until
the problem is corrected. You may try to tap lightly the side of the
monitor to help the expedite of the alignment.
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