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User’s Guide

L226WA

M

ake sure to read the Important Precautions before using the product.

Keep the User's Guide(CD) in an accessible place for furture reference.

S

ee the label attached on the product and give the information to your dealer when you ask for service.

Important Precautions

This unit has been engineered and manufactured to ensure your personal safety, however improper use may result in potential eletrical shock or fire hazards. In order to allow the proper operation of all safeguards incorporated in this display, observe the following basic rules for its installation, use, and servicing.

On Safety

Use only the power cord supplied with the unit. In case you use another power cord, make sure that it is certified by the applicable national standards if not being provided by the supplier. If the power cable is faulty in any way, please contact the manufacturer or the nearest authorized repair service provider for a replacement.

The power supply cord is used as the main disconnection device. Ensure that the socket-outlet is easily accessible after installation.

Operate the display only from a power source indicated in the specifications of this manual or listed on the display. If you are not sure what type of power supply you have in your home, consult with your dealer.

Overloaded AC outlets and extension cords are dangerous. So are frayed power cords and broken plugs. They may result in a shock or fire hazard. Call your service technician for replacement.

Do not Open the Display.

There are no user serviceable components inside.

There are Dangerous High Voltages inside, even when the power is OFF.

Contact your dealer if the display is not operating properly.

To Avoid Personal Injury :

Do not place the display on a sloping shelf unless properly secured.

Use only a stand recommended by the manufacturer.

To Prevent Fire or Hazards:

Always turn the display OFF if you leave the room for more than a short period of time. Never leave the display ON when leaving the house.

Keep children from dropping or pushing objects into the display's cabinet openings. Some internal parts carry hazardous voltages.

Do not add accessories that have not been designed for this display.

During a lightning storm or when the display is to be left unattended for an extended period of time, unplug it from the wall outlet.

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Important Precautions

On Installation

Do not allow anything to rest upon or roll over the power cord, and do not place the display where the power cord is subject to damage.

Do not use this display near water such as near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.

Displays are provided with ventilation openings in the cabinet to allow the release of heat generated during operation. If these openings are blocked, built-up heat can cause failures which may result in a fire hazard. Therefore, NEVER:

Block the bottom ventilation slots by placing the display on a bed, sofa, rug, etc.

Place the display in a built-in enclosure unless proper ventilation is provided.

Cover the openings with cloth or other material.

Place the display near or over a radiator or heat source.

Do not rub or strike the Active Matrix LCD with anything hard as this may scratch, mar, or damage the Active Matrix LCD permanently.

Do not press the LCD screen with your finger for a long time as this may cause some afterimages.

Some dot defects may appear as Red, Green or Blue spots on the screen.

However, this will have no impact or effect on the display performance.

If possible, use the recommended resolution to obtain the best image quality for your LCD display. If used under any mode except the recommended resolution, some scaled or processed images may appear on the screen. However, this is characteristic of the fixed-resolution LCD panel.

On Cleaning

Unplug the display before cleaning the face of the display screen.

Use a slightly damp (not wet) cloth. Do not use an aerosol directly on the display screen because over-spraying may cause electrical shock.

On Repacking

Do not throw away the carton and packing materials. They make an ideal container in which to transport the unit. When shipping the unit to another location, repack it in its original material.

On Disposal

The fluorescent lamp used in this product contains a small amount of mercury.

Do not dispose of this product with general household waste.

Disposal of this product must be carried out in accordance to the regulations of your local authority.

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Connecting the Display

Before setting up the monitor, ensure that the power to the monitor, the computer system, and other attached devices is turned off.

Connecting the stand

1

.

Place the monitor with its front facing downward on a soft cloth.

2

.

Assemble the Stand Body into the product in the correct direction as shown in the picture. Make sure you push it until you hear it “click”.

Hinge Body

Stand Body

3

.

Assemble the Stand Base(Front, Rear) into the Stand Body in the correct direction.

4

.

Once assembled take the monitor up carefully and face the front side

Stand Body

Stand Base

Important

This illustration depicts the general model of connection. Your monitor may differ from the items shown in the picture.

Do not carry the product upside down holding only the stand base. The product may fall and get damaged or injure your foot.

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Connecting the Display

To remove the Stand:

Type.A

1.

Put a cushion or soft cloth on a flat surface.

2.

Place the monitor face down on the cushion or soft cloth.

The Head part

The Stand base part

3.

Pushing Latch inside, Take the stand base from stand body.

4.

Separate the stand using a screwdriver as shown in the picture.

Note: Please keep the 4 screw in an accessible place for future use.

5.

Pack up the product as shown in the picture.

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Connecting the Display

To remove the Stand:

Type.B

1.

Put a cushion or soft cloth on a flat surface.

2.

Place the monitor face down on the cushion or soft cloth.

The Head part

The Stand base part

3.

Change your hold on the product as it follows and turn the Stand Base in the arrow direction.

4.

Pull out the Stand to remove.

5.

Pushing Latch inside, Take the stand base from stand body.

6.

Pack up the product as shown in the picture.

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Connecting the Display

Before setting up the monitor, ensure that the power to the monitor, the computer system, and other attached devices is turned off.

Positioning your display

1.

Adjust the position of the panel in various ways for maximum comfort.

Tilt Range : -5˚~20˚ Swivel :355˚

Ergonomic

It is recommended that in order to maintain an ergonomic and comfortable viewing position, the forward tilt angle of the monitor should not exceed 5 degrees.

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Name and function of the Parts

Rear View

AUDIO

OUT

HDMI DVI-D

D-SUB

6

7

AC-IN

1 2

1

Kensington Security Slot

2

AC-IN Connector : Connect the Power Cord

3

HDMI Signal Connector

3 4 5

4

DVI-D input terminal (digital signal connector)

5

D-SUB Analogue Signal Connector

6

COMPONENT Input Terminal

7

Audio out Jack(

Headset/Earphone/connecting terminal of the Speaker)

: You can use the AUDIO-OUT Jack by connecting earphones or a headset when using the HDMI configuration.

*AUDIO-OUT is only available with the HDMI input.

(You cannot use it with D-SUB, DVI or any other component.)

The Left Rear of the Monitor

AUDIO

OUT

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Connecting to External Devices

When Connecting to your PC

1.

Place the monitor in a convenient, well-ventilated location near your computer.

To adjust height of your monitor, unlock the stand lock on top of the stand.

2.

Connect the signal cable. When attached, tighten the thumbscrews to secure the connection.

1

3.

Connect the power cord into a proper power outlet that is easily accessible and close to the display.

2

AC-IN

AUDIO

OUT

HDMI DVI-D D-SUB

Varies according to model.

Power

Cord

Signal Cable

NOTE

This is a simplified representation of the rear view.

This rear view represents a general model; your display may differ from the view as shown.

Wall-outlet type

2

1

1

PC

Mac adapter

For Apple Macintosh use, a separate plug adapter is needed to change the

15 pin high density (3 row) D-sub VGA connector on the supplied cable to a

15 pin 2 row connector.

MAC

4.

Press button on the front switch panel to turn the power on.

5.

Press the SOURCE button at the front side of the monitor.

SOURCE

- +

AUTO/SET

A

B

When connecting with a DVI signal input cable.

• Select DVI : DVI digital signal.

When connecting with a D-Sub signal cable.

• Select RGB : D-Sub analogue signal.

INPUT

RGB

DVI

HDMI

Component

*RGB: To connect 15-pin D-SUB signal input cable

*DVI: To connect DVI signal input cable

Note

How to connect to two computers.

Connect the signal cables (DVI and D-Sub) to each computer.

Press the SOURCE button at the front side of the monitor.

Directly connect to a grounded power outlet on the wall or a power bar with a ground wire.

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Connecting to External Devices

When Watching DVD/Video/HDTV

When connecting with a Component cable

1.

Connect the Component cables and RCA to Stereo cables properly.

Connect the terminals to the sockets of the same color.

2.

Connect the power cord.

AC-IN

OUT AUDIO

HDMI DVI-D D-SUB

Speaker

(not included)

AUDIO

IN

Monitor

RCA-Stereo cable

(not included)

Component Cable

(not included)

DVD/VIDEO/HDTV

3.

Press the SOURCE button at the front side of the monitor.

SOURCE

- +

AUTO/SET

A

When connecting with a Component cable.

• Select Component

DVD/VIDEO/HDTV

INPUT

RGB

DVI

HDMI

Component

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Connecting to External Devices

When Watching DVD/Video/HDTV

When connecting with a HDMI cable

1.

Connect the HDMI cables and Audio cables properly.

AUDIO

OUT

DC-OUT HDMI DVI-D

D-SUB

Audio cable

(not included)

HDMI cable

(not included)

DVD/VIDEO/HDTV

2.

Press the SOURCE button at the front side of the monitor.

SOURCE

- +

AUTO/SET

A

When connecting with a HDMI cable.

• Select HDMI

INPUT

RGB

DVI

HDMI

Component

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Connecting to External Devices

To arrange the cables

1.

After connecting the cables neatly, arrange the cables to the Cable

Holder as shown in the following figure.

AC-IN

AUDIO

OUT

HDMI DVI-D

D-SUB

Cable Holder

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Control Panel Functions

Front Panel Controls

Button

At the current display, Use 'ez Zooming' Key, then the display resolution is transferred to the one step low resolution.

Use 'ez Zooming' Key one more, the display is back to the original display.

*Only One touch of ez-zoom, you can fine the best resolution you want and it is possible to magnify the size of characters and pictures for the old not having good eye sight, housewives not dealing with computer well and children.

Recommend resolution are 1680 x 1050, 1280 x 1024, 1024 x 768, 800 x 600.

The setting method can differ by O/S or video card. In this case, Please ask to the computer or the video card manufacturer.

Notice

Forte Manager does not work in HDMI Video mode.

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Control Panel Functions

MENU Button

Controls locked

Controls unlocked

Use this button to enter or exit the On Screen Display.

Controls locked/Controls unlocked

This function allows you to lock the current control settings, so that they cannot b inadvertently changed.

Use this function to lock or unlock OSD display settings. To lock the setting, go to the special function in the OSD menu and select “On” for Child lock. The message, “Controls

locked” will be displayed. To unlock the setting, Press and hold MENU and (+) buttons for a while until you see the message, “Controls unlocked”

- +

Button

Use this button to select an icon or adjust the setting in the OSD screen.

(+)SOURCE Button

Select the input signal.

SOURCE

- +

AUTO/SET

RGB

DVI

Component

HDMI

: 15-pin D-SUB analogue signal

: DVI digital signal

: DTV SET-TOP BOX,Video,DVD

: HDMI

DTV SET-TOP BOX,Video,DVD

INPUT

RGB

DVI

HDMI

Component

AUTO/ SE T

Button

Use this button to enter a selection in the On Screen

Display.

For optimal display change resolution to 1680x1050

AUTO IMAGE ADJUSTMENT

When adjusting your display settings, always press the AUTO/SET button before entering the On Screen

Display(OSD). This will automatically adjust your display image to the ideal settings for the current screen resolution size (display mode).

The best display mode is

- 22 inch monitor : 1680 x 1050@60Hz

Power Button

Use this button to turn the display on or off.

Power Indicator

This Indicator lights up blue when the display operates normally(On Mode). If the display is in Sleep

Mode (Energy Saving), this indicator color changes to amber.

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On Screen Display (OSD) Control Adjustment

Screen Adjustment

Making adjustments to the image size, position and operating parameters of the display is quick and easy with the On Screen Display Control system. A short example is given below to familiarize you with the use of the controls.

The following section is an outline of the available adjustments and selections you can make using the OSD.

NOTE

Allow the display to stabilize for at least 30 minutes before making image adjustments.

To make adjustments in the On Screen Display, follow these steps:

Pops up the menu screen

Move where you want to adjust

Select a menu icon

Move where you want to adjust

Select a menu icon

Adjust the status

Save adjustment

Exit from the menu screen.

1

Press the MENU Button, then the main menu of the OSD appears.

2 To access a control, use the

- +

Buttons.

3

When the icon you want becomes highlighted, press the AUTO/SET Button.

4

Use the

- +

Buttons to adjust the item to the desired level.

5

Accept the changes by pressing the AUTO/SET Button.

6

Exit the OSD by pressing the MENU Button.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

OSD (On Screen Display) menu

Icon Function Description

Adjusting Screen Colour.

PICTURE

Selecting the options.

SPECIAL

Screen Adjustment.

SCREEN

Adjusting PIP Mode (Multiple Screen) Functions.

PIP/DW

PIP

Note

OSD(On Screen Display)

The OSD function enables you to adjust the screen status conveniently since it provides graphical presentation.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

Adjusting Screen Colour

EZ Video

HDMI, Component input

ACC

The

EZ Video

function automatically adjusts the screen image quality depending on the AV usage environment.

Dynamic : Select this option to display with a sharp image.

Standard : The most general and natural screen display status.

Mild : Select this option to display with a mild image.

Game : Select this option to enjoy dynamic image when playing a game.

User : Select this option to use the user-defined settings.

Brightness

To adjust the brightness of the screen.

Contrast

To adjust the contrast of the screen.

Color

To adjust the color to desired level.

Sharpness

To adjust the clearness of the screen.

HDMI, Component input

Selecting a factory setting colour set.

Warm : Slightly reddish white.

Normal : Slightly bluish white.

Cool : Slightly purplish white.

Note

If the EZ video setting in the Picture menu is set to Dynamic,

Standard, Mild or Game the subsequent menus will be automatically set.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

Adjusting Screen Colour

CSM

EZ Video

CSM

User

PC only

6500K/9300K/sRGB

Selecting a factory setting colour set.

6500K: Slightly reddish white.

9300K: Slightly bluish white.

sRGB : Set the screen color to fit the

SRGB standard color

User : Select this option to use the user-defined settings.

EZ Video

BrightnessCC

ContrastCCC

RedCCCC

GreenCCCC

BlueCCCC

C 50

50

50

50

50

User

Brightness

To adjust the brightness of the screen.

Contrast

To adjust the contrast of the screen.

Red / Green / Blue

Set your own colour levels.

Note

* When HDMI is connected to a set-top box or video player like a

DVD player, please select HDMI PC in the screen adjustment of the OSD to start CSM for 720P @ 60 Hz, 480P @ 60 Hz .

* 720P @ 60 Hz, 480P @ 60 Hz is equivalent to PC Timing

1280x720 @ 60 Hz, 640x480 @ 60 Hz.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

Selecting the options

Input

Child Lock

Language

Power Indicator

Transparency

Reset

DDC-CI

Input

Input

Child Lock

Language

Power Indicator

Transparency

Reset

DDC-CI

If you press the button once, the following Input Signal Window will appear. Select the signal type you want using the

- +

button.

Child lock

Language

Power

Indicator

This feature can prevent unauthorized viewing.

In order to lock the OSD screen adjustment, set the Child lock tab to the 'On' position. In order to unlock it, do the following :

*Press and hold the MENU and (+) Button for several seconds. The message

"Controls locked" should appear.

To choose the language in which the control names are displayed.

Use this function to set the power indicator on the front side of the product to

On or Off.

Transparency

To adjust the transparency of the OSD menu screen.

Reset

DDC-CI

Use this function to reset the product to the factory default. However, language selection will not be initialized.

DDC/CI(Display Data Channel Command Interface) is communication protocol for communications between PC and monitor.

DDC/CI makes it possible to adjust and setup detailed functions on PC instead of the monitor OSD.

Monitor can be adjusted with PC by connecting communication between PC and monitor when DDC/CI is ON, and monitor cannot be adjusted with PC because communication between PC and monitor is disconnected when DDC/CI is OFF.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

ARC

Screen Adjustment

SCREEN

ARC

Auto-configure

Clock

Phase

Position

HDMI

To select the image size of the screen.

* Menu varies depending on the type of input signal.

ARC is activated in Video signal but deactivated in 1080i.

<HDMI(Video), Component input only>

SCREEN

ARC

Auto-configure

Clock

Phase

Position

HDMI

Full

Original

Auto-

Configure

Full Original

This function is suitable for analogue signal input only. This button is for the automatic adjustment of the screen Position, Clock and Phase.

Clock

Phase

This function is suitable for analogue signal input only. To minimize any vertical bars or stripes visible on the screen background. The horizontal screen size will also change.

This function is suitable for analogue signal input only. To adjust the focus of the display. This item allows you to remove any horizontal noise and clear or sharpen the image of characters.

Note

When the Interlace Signal is inputted at the RGB source input level, the Auto-Configure, Clock, Phase menu can't be used.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

Position

HDMI

SCREEN

ARC

Auto-configure

Clock

Phase

Position

HDMI

H-Position

V-Position

This function is suitable for analogue signal input only. To adjust position of the screen.

Press the AUTO/SET button to display the sub-menu for position.

H-Position: Moving the screen position horizontally.

V-Position: Moving the screen position vertically.

Video: Used when it is connected with DVD or SET-TOP BOX through HDMI.

* If you want to connect VCR, select VIDEO in this menu. Otherwise, you may see noise in the margin of the screen due to the difference in the screen size .

PC : Used when it is connected with PC through HDMI.

* If you want to connect PC, select PC in this menu. Otherwise, the screen may be too large to support PC sub screen

Note

When the Interlace Signal is inputted at the RGB source input level, the Position menu can't be used.

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On Screen Display(OSD) Selection and Adjustment

Adjusting PIP Mode (Multiple Screen) Functions

(To adjust the sub screen)

On/Off

PIP Input

Position

Off

PIP

On/Off

PIP

After selecting PIP in the PIP On/Off menu, the following menu items can be adjusted.

PIP Input

To select an input signal for PIP

Position

On/Off

PIP Input

To adjust the position of PIP screen.

* The following table is the available option to match the main screen and PIP screen.

PIP

Main

RGB

DVI

Compentnt

HDMI(PC)

HDMI(Video)

O

X

O

X

PIP

RGB DVI Component HDMI HDMI

(PC) (Video)

O X

O

O

X

X X

X

X

O

X X

X

X

O

X

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Troubleshooting

Check the following before calling for service.

Is the power cord of the display connected?

• Check and see if the power cord is connected properly to the power outlet.

Is the power indicator light on?

Is the power indicator amber?

• Press the Power button.

Is the power on and the power indicator blue or green?

• Adjust the brightness and the contrast.

• If the display is in power saving mode, try moving the mouse or pressing any key on the keyboard to bring up the screen.

• Try to turn on the PC.

Do you see an "OUT

OF RANGE" message on the screen?

• This message appears when the signal from the

PC (video card) is out of horizontal or vertical frequency range of the display. See the

'Specifications' section of this manual and configure your display again.

Do you see a "CHECK

SIGNAL CABLE" message on the screen?

• This message appears when the signal cable between your PC and your display is not connected. Check the signal cable and try again.

Do you see a "Controls locked" message on the screen?

Do you see “Controls locked” when you push MENU button?

• You can secure the current control settings, so that they cannot be inadvertently changed. You can unlock the OSD controls at any time by pushing the MENU and (+) button for several seconds: the message

“Controls unlocked” will appear.

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Troubleshooting

Display image is incorrect

Display Position is incorrect.

• Press the AUTO/SET button to automatically adjust your display image to the ideal setting.

If the results are unsatisfactory, adjust the image position using the H position and V position icon in the on screen display.

• Check Control Panel --> Display --> Settings and see if the frequency or the resolution were changed. If yes, readjust the video card to the recommend resolution.

On the screen background, vertical bars or stripes are visible.

• Press the AUTO/SET button to automatically adjust your display image to the ideal setting.

If the results are unsatisfactory, decrease the vertical bars or stripes using the CLOCK icon in the on screen display.

Any horizontal noise appearing in any image or characters are not clearly portrayed.

• Press the AUTO/SET button to automatically adjust your display image to the ideal setting.

If the results are unsatisfactory, decrease the horizontal bars using the PHASE icon in the on screen display.

• Check Control Panel --> Display --> Settings and adjust the display to the recommended resolution or adjust the display image to the ideal setting. Set the color setting higher than 24 bits

(true color).

The screen color is mono or abnormal.

The screen blinks.

• Check if the signal cable is properly connected and use a screwdriver to fasten if necessary.

• Make sure the video card is properly inserted in the slot.

Set the color setting higher than 24 bits (true color) at Control Panel - Settings.

• Check if the screen is set to interlace mode and if yes, change it to the recommend resolution.

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Troubleshooting

Have you installed the display driver?

Have you installed the display driver?

• Be sure to install the display driver from the display driver CD (or diskette) that comes with your display. Or, you can also download the driver from our web site: http://www.lge.com.

Do you see an

"Unrecognized monitor,

Plug&Play (VESA DDC) monitor found" message?

• Make sure to check if the video card supports

Plug&Play function.

The audio function does not work.

No sound?

Sound is too low.

• See if the audio cable is connected properly.

• Adjust the volume.

• See if the sound is set properly.

• Adjust the volume.

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Specifications

Display

Sync Input

Video Input

Resolution

Plug&Play

Power Consumption

Dimensions

&Weight

Tilt/Swivel Range

22 inches (55.868 cm) Flat Panel Active matrix-TFT LCD

Anti-Glare coating

22 inches viewable

0.282 mm pixel pitch

Horizontal Freq.

Analog : 30 - 83 kHz (Automatic)

Digital : 30 - 83 kHz (Automatic)

Vertical Freq.

Input Form

56 - 75 Hz (Automatic)

Separate TTL, Positive/Negative

SOG (Sync On Green), Composite

Digital(HDCP)

Signal Input

Input Form

Max

Recommend

15 pin D-Sub Connector, HDMI connector

DVI connector(Digital), Component

RGB Analog (0.7 Vp-p/ 75 ohm), Digital

Analog : VESA 1680 x 1050 @60Hz

Digital : VESA 1680 x 1050 @60Hz

VESA 1680 x 1050 @60Hz

DDC 2B

0n Mode

Sleep Mode

Off Mode

: 45 W(Typ.)

1 W

≤ 1 W

With Stand

Width

50.17 cm / 19.75 inches

Height

42.19 cm / 16.61 inches

Depth

23.39 cm / 9.21 inches

Without Stand

50.17 cm / 19.75 inches

3 3 .

7 4 cm / 1 3 .

28 inches

5.95cm / 2.34 inches

Net 5.8 kg (12.78 lbs)

Tilt -5˚~20˚

Swivel range 355˚

Power Input

Environmental

Conditions

Stand Base

Power cord

AC 100-240V~ 50/60Hz 1.0A

Operating Conditions

Temperature 10˚C to 35 ˚C

Humidity 10 % to 80 % non-Condensing

Storage Conditions

Temperature -20˚C to 60 ˚C

Humidity 5 % to 90 % non-Condensing

Attached ( ), Detached ( O )

Wall-outlet type or PC-outlet type

NOTE

Information in this document is subject to change without notice.

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Specifications

8

9

10

6

7

4

5

1

2

3

PC INPUT

Preset Modes (Resolution)

Display Modes

(Resolution)

Horizontal

Freq. (kHz)

Vertical

Freq. (Hz)

Display Modes

(Resolution)

720 x 400

640 x 480

640 x 480

800 x 600

800 x 600

1024 x 768

1024 x 768

1152 x 864

1280 x 1024

1280 x 1024

31.468

31.469

37.50

37.879

46.875

48.363

60.123

67.5

63.981

79.976

70.08

59.94

75

60.317

75

60

75.029

75

60.02

75.035

11

*12

1680 x 1050

1680 x 1050

Horizontal

Freq. (kHz)

64.674

65.290

Vertical

Freq. (Hz)

59.883

59.954

* Recommend Mode

HDMI Video INPUT

4

5

6

1

2

3

Display Modes

(Resolution)

480p

576p

720p

720p

1080i

1080i

Horizontal

Freq. (kHz)

31.25

31.50

37.50

45.00

28.12

33.75

Vertical

Freq. (Hz)

60.00

50.00

50.00

60.00

50.00

60.00

Component Video INPUT

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Display Modes

(Resolution)

480i

576i

480p

576p

720p

720p

1080i

1080i

Horizontal

Freq. (kHz)

15.75

15.62

31.25

31.50

37.50

45.00

28.12

33.75

Vertical

Freq. (Hz)

60.00

50.00

60.00

50.00

50.00

60.00

50.00

60.00

Notice

Forte Manager does not work in HDMI Video mode.

Indicator

MODE

On Mode

Sleep Mode

Off Mode

LED Color

Blue

Amber

Off

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Specifications

HDMI Type Pin Assignment

No.1

No.19

No.2

No.18

Type A pin Signal Name Wire Type A pin

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

17

18

19

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

T. M. D. S. Data2+

T. M. D. S. Data2 Shield

T. M. D. S. Data2-

T. M. D. S. Data1+

T. M. D. S. Data1 Shield

T. M. D. S. Data1-

T. M. D. S. Data0+

T. M. D. S. Data0 Shield

T. M. D. S. Data0-

T. M. D. S. Clock+

T. M. D. S. Clock Shield

T. M. D. S. Clock-

CEC

Reserved(In cable but N.C. on device)

SCL

SDA

DDC/CEC Ground

+5V Power

Hot Plug Detect

C

C

C

C

B

A

A

A

D

5V

C

A

B

B

A

A

A

A

B

13

14

15

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T. M. D. S. (Transition Minimized Differential Signaling)

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How to Install the VESA Standard wall mounting

This monitor meets VESA-compliant mounting interface pad specifications.

1.

After moving the product to face downward, make sure to place it on a soft cloth or a cushion to avoid surface damage.

AC-IN

AUDIO

OUT

DC-OUT HDMI DVI-D

D-SUB

2.

Separate the head and the stand with the use of a screwdriver.

AC-IN

AUDIO

OUT

DC-OUT HDMI DVI-D D-SUB

AC-IN

AUDIO

OUT

DC-OUT HDMI DVI-D D-SUB

3.

Set up the VESA standard Stand Base.

VESA wall mounting

Connected to another object (stand type and wall-mounted type. This monitor accepts a

VESA-compliant mounting interface pad.-

This has to be purchased separately if

required.)

For further information, refer to the VESA Wall

Mounting Instruction Guide.

Kensington Security Slot

Connected to a locking cable that can be purchased separately at most computer stores

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Digitally yours

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Key Features

  • 55.9 cm (22")
  • 1680 x 1050 pixels
  • 2 ms 300 cd/m² 3000:1
  • 45 W

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