LM-XX37-26 Touch Monitor User Manual

LM-XX37-26 Touch Monitor User Manual
One World Touch, LLC
Please retain this manual for future reference
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction .....................................................................................................................3
Chapter 2 Product Views .................................................................................................................4
2.1 Front View .....................................................................................................................4
2.2 Back View .......................................................................................................................4
Chapter 3 Getting Started ...............................................................................................................4
3.1 Connect the Touch Screen Monitor ..........................................................................4
3.2 Touch Screen Driver Installation ...............................................................................5
3.3 Adjusting the Monitor...................................................................................................7
Chapter 4 Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................10
Chapter 5 Warranty Policy .........................................................................................................11
Chapter 6 Contact information .................................................................................................12
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Chapter 1 - Introduction
Thank you for your purchase of this touch screen LCD monitor. Please read this
user manual before using your product and refer to this or a professional technician
for any questions related to the product.
Disclaimer
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This product has been tested in accordance with the provisions of FCC Rules
Part 15 and complied with Class B digital device regulations. The purpose
of these provisions is to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in domestic use.
This product may not be fully adaptable with other products and not suited for
other environments which aren’t mentioned in this user manual and related
product material. Therefore, the warranty will only cover issues with the product
alone.
Because of technical or other external factors which leads to changes on
product design and specifications, One World Touch, LLC will not give a
separate notice.
Warnings and Precautions
This LCD monitor operates under high voltage. In order to avoid an electric shock do
not open the cabinet. Repair should be entrusted to professionals.
Incorrect methods of operation may cause electric shock or fire incidents. To ensure
your safety and the lifespan of the display, please read the following instructions
carefully before using this display. All operation must comply with all instructions.
• Do not use any accessory equipment which is not recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Please use the monitor with the supplied power adapter. Also, please check
the AC power adapter specifications. If you are not sure whether it works with
your regional electrical supply, contact your distributor or the manufacturer.
• Do not try to try to manually fix or alter the supplied power adapter. A damaged
power cord can cause electric shock or fire.
• Do not try to repair the monitor without professional guidance. The internal high
voltage could result in injury to the human body or the monitor itself. Be sure
the monitor is repaired or maintained by a professional technician.
• Do not attempt any actions which conflict with this manual. Improper
adjustment of components, which hasn’t been mentioned in the
instructions, could damage the monitor.
• Clean the monitor before plugging in the power. Use a slightly damp cloth to
clean the monitor and don’t use liquid cleaning detergent or spray cleaner.
Unplug the power if the monitor hasn’t been used for a long time.
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Chapter 2 – Product Views
2.1 Front View
2.2 Back View
Chapter 3 - Getting Started
3.1 Connect the Touch Screen Monitor
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Ensure that the host device connected to the touch monitor is turned off.
Connect one end of the signal cable (VGA or DVI or HDMI) to the touch
monitor and the other end is connected to the host device.
Connect the USB cables “B” connector to the touch monitor and the “A”
connector to the host device.
If you are using audio, connect the audio cable to the touch displays "Audio
Input", connection and the other end to your host device.
Connect the power adapter to the touch monitor and the other end to the
electrical supply socket.
Press the power button to turn on the touch monitor. (Usually set to power on
mode).
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3.2 Touch Screen Driver Installation
In most cases a touch screen driver is not needed, however, if a driver is needed, it can
be installed from the supplied CD-ROM.
3.2.1 Touch Screen User Modes:
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Mouse Mode
Supported by Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 7(32bit/64bit),
Windows 8(32bit/64bit), Windows 8.1(32bit/64bit), Windows 10 (32bit/64bit),
Ubuntu 10.04, Ubuntu 11.04, RHEL 6.0
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Digitizer Mode
Support Windows7 (32bit/64bit), Windows 8(32bit/64bit),
Windows 8.1(32bit/64bit), Ubuntu 12.04.3, Ubuntu 12.04.4, Ubuntu 13.04,
Ubuntu 13.10, Ubuntu 14.04,
Kubuntu13.10, Android_x86 4.4.2,
3.2.2 Driver Installation
3.2.2.1 OS Supported Touch Functionality (Driver Not Needed)
If the touch screen monitor is compatible with the host device, USB touch functions
can be used directly without the need for installing drivers (i.e. Windows 7 / Windows
8 / Windows 8.1/ Windows 10 / Ubuntu14.04)
3.2.3 Driver Installation (for Windows XP only)
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Installation steps
1) Double click open DRV_EN_Win_1640D folder
2) Double click run Setup. Exe file
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3) Follow the screen prompts to complete the driver installation.
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Calibrate the touch screen
Select HID Touch menu in the Start menu, click on the submenu "Calibration".
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Touch the red cross on the screen
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Click the “OK’ button to complete the calibration
3.3 Adjusting the Monitor
Generally, you will not need to adjust the monitors display settings however, variations
in video output and application may require adjustments to your touch monitor in order
to optimize the display quality. For best performance please set the host device
resolution and frequency to match the touch monitor. Operating in other resolutions
may degrade the video performance.
OSD button function description:
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POWER: Power switch
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MENU: Display menu / OK
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RIGHT: Scroll thru the OSD menu options upwards / increase the OSD option
value / increase the volume
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LEFT: Scroll thru the OSD menu option downward / decrease the OSD option
value / decrease the volume
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Auto: Automatically optimizes and adjusts the screen settings (this function’s
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only when the VGA input is selected)
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OSD Menu function description:
Image Adjustment
o Brightness
Adjusts the overall screen brightness.
o Contrast
Adjusts the amount of difference between darkness and lightness.
o Gamma
Adjusts the gamma value.
Position adjustment (Only applicable for VGA input video)
o Phase
Allows fine adjustments of the panel’s pixel dot clock phase.
o Clock
Allows fine adjustment of the panel’s pixel dot clock.
o Row position
Moves the image left or right on the screen
o Field position
Moves the image up or down on the screen
Color Adjustment
o Color Temperature
5000K, 6500K, 7500K, 8200K, 9300K, 11500K, and User Defined
OSD
o Horizontal Position
Moves the horizontal position of the OSD menu
o Vertical Position
Moves the vertical position of the OSD menu
o Transparency
OSD menu transparency setting
o OSD Time Out
o Adjusts how long a period of OSD button inactivity the touch monitor will wait
before closing the OSD
Settings
o Language
Selects OSD display language (English, Spanish, French, German, Italian,
Portuguese, Korean, Simplified Chinese)
o Mute
Volume on / off
o Input Signal
Selects the video input signal
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Dynamic Contrast
On / off. This feature increases the contrast and provides aclearer more detailed
image.
Aspect Ratio
Switches the scaling method between full scaling and maintain aspect ratio
Reset
Resets all settings to factory defaults
Information
Displays monitor information
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Chapter 4 - Troubleshooting
Failure
Possible Reasons
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Make sure the power button is in the
on (ON) position, the power cord is
properly connected to a grounded
power outlet and the power adapter
is connected to the monitor.
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Check for power adapter connection
to AC supply as well as monitor.
Make sure monitor is switched on.
Check if the video signal cable is
properly connected
(Using the D-SUB cable) Check the
D-SUB cable connection
(Using the DVI cable) Check the
DVI cable connection
(Using the HDMI cable) Check the
HDMI cable connection
Power cannot be turned on
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No image
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"Out of Range" displayed on the screen
Host device video output is
configured to a resolution that is
not supported by the monitor
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Image movement, flickers, or a wave
pattern is present in the picture
Picture has color defects
(white does not look white)
Touch non-operational
Electrical equipment near the monitor
may cause some interference. Move
the monitor as far away as possible
from these devices.
• Check the refresh rate of monitor and
set it to the maximum refresh rate
• Adjust user RGB color settings.
• Check that the USB cable is
connected properly
• Check if drivers are needed and/or
are installed properly
If the problem persists, please contact our technical support center.
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Chapter 5 – Warranty Policy
One World Touch, LLC USA warrants its hardware products to be free from
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of
three (3) years from the date of purchase. One World Touch, LLC shall not be liable to
honor the terms of this warranty if the product has been used in any application other
than that for which it was intended, or if it has been subjected to misuse, accidental
damage, modification, or improper installation procedures. Furthermore, this warranty
does not cover any product that has had the serial number altered, defaced, or removed.
One World Touch, LLC shall, at its option, repair or replace any product found
defective, without charge for parts or labor. Repaired or replaced equipment and parts
supplied under this warranty shall be covered only by the unexpired portion of the
warranty.
This limited hardware warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in
your One World Touch, LLC hardware products. This limited warranty does not
cover:
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Software, including the operating system and software added to your One
World Touch, LLC product after it was originally received.
Non, One World Touch, LLC branded products and accessories
Problems that result from:
Damages caused by misuse, abuse, accidents, fire, theft,
disappearance, misplacement, fluctuations and power surges,
connections to improper voltage or incorrect electrical line voltage,
viruses, malware, reckless, willful, or intentional conduct.
Damage caused by a product or part that has been modified to alter
functionality or capability without the written permission of One World
Touch, LLC.
Servicing not authorized by One World Touch, LLC.
Usage that is not in accordance with product instructions.
Failure to follow the product instructions or failure to perform preventive
maintenance.
Products with missing or altered service tags or serial numbers
Products for which One World Touch, LLC has not received payment
If you have any suggestions or need help with One World Touch, LLC touch screen
products, please contact our service department.
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Chapter 6 – Contact Information
One World Touch, LLC
3003 Howard Lane
Austin, TX 78728
Customer service department:
Tel:888-928-2929
Fax: 512-341-9301
E-mail: support@oneworldtouch.com
www.oneworldtouch.com
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