CDE6510
Commercial Display
User Guide
IMPORTANT: Please read this User Guide to obtain important information on installing
and using your product in a safe manner, as well as registering your product for future
service. Warranty information contained in this User Guide will describe your limited
coverage from ViewSonic Corporation, which is also found on our web site at http://
www.viewsonic.com in English, or in specific languages using the Regional selection
box in the upper right corner of our website. “Antes de operar su equipo lea cu
idadosamente las instrucciones en este manual”
Model No. VS17061
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Compliance Information
NOTE: This section addresses all connected requirements and statements regarding regulations.
Confirmed corresponding applications shall refer to nameplate labels and relevant markings on
unit.
FCC Statement
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC
emission limits. ViewSonic is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused
by using other than recommended cables and connectors or by unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment. Unauthorized changes or modifications could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that might cause
undesired operation.
CAN ICES-3 (A)/NMB-3(A)
Attention: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
CE Conformity for European Countries
The device complies with the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU and Low Voltage Directive
2014/35/EU.
Following information is only for EU-member states:
The mark shown to the right is in compliance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Directive 2012/19/EU (WEEE).The mark indicates the requirement NOT to
dispose the equipment as unsorted municipal waste, but use the return and collection
systems according to local law.
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Declaration of RoHS2 Compliance
This product has been designed and manufactured in compliance with Directive 2011/65/EU of the
European Parliament and the Council on restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS2 Directive) and is deemed to comply with the maximum
concentration values issued by the European Technical Adaptation Committee (TAC) as shown
below:
Substance
Proposed Maximum
Concentration
Actual Concentration
Lead (Pb)
0,1%
< 0,1%
Mercury (Hg)
0,1%
< 0,1%
Cadmium (Cd)
0,01%
< 0,01%
Hexavalent Chromium (Cr6+)
0,1%
< 0,1%
Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)
0,1%
< 0,1%
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE)
0,1%
< 0,1%
Certain components of products as stated above are exempted under the Annex III of the RoHS2
Directives as noted below:
Examples of exempted components are:
1.Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by weight.
2.Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight.
3.Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing 85% by weight
or more lead).
4.Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other than dielectric
ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound.
Warning:
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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Safety Precautions
FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING WHEN SETTING UP AND
USING THE LCD COLOR MONITOR:
• DO NOT REMOVE MONITOR BACK COVER. There are no user serviceable parts inside and
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous shock hazards or other risks. Refer
all servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not spill any liquids into the cabinet or use your monitor near water.
• Do not insert objects of any kind into the cabinet slots, as they may touch dangerous voltage
points, which can be harmful or fatal or may cause electric shock, fire or equipment failure.
• Do not place any heavy objects on the power cord. Damage to the cord may cause shock or
fire.
• Do not place this product on a sloping or unstable cart, stand or table, as the monitor may fall,
causing serious damage to the monitor.
• Do not place any objects onto the monitor and do not use the monitor outdoors.
• The inside of the fluorescent tube located within the LCD monitor contains mercury. Please
follow the laws or rules of your municipality to dispose of the tube properly.
• Do not bend power cord.
• Do not use monitor in high temperature, humid, dusty, or oily areas.
• If monitor or glass is broken, do not come in contact with the liquid crystal and handle with
care.
• Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor, so that heat can properly dissipate. Do not
block ventilated openings or place the monitor near a radiator or other heat sources. Do not
put anything on top of the monitor.
• The power cable connector is the primary means of detaching the system from the power
supply. The monitor should be installed close to a power outlet, which is easily accessible.
• Handle with care when transporting. Save packaging for transporting.
• Please clean the holes of back cabinet to reject dirt and dust at least once a year because of
set reliability.
• If using the cooling fan continuously, it’s recommended to wipe holes a minimum of once a
month.
• When installing the remote control batteries;
- Align the batteries according to the (+) and (-) indications inside the case.
- Align the (-) indication of the battery first inside the case.
• Usage of other than specified head- or earphones can result in hearing loss due to excessive
sound pressures.
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CAUTION:
Immediately unplug your monitor from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service
personnel under the following conditions:
• When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the monitor.
• If the monitor has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet damaged.
• If the monitor does not operate normally by following operating instructions.
Recommended Use
CAUTION:
• For optimum performance, allow 20 minutes for warm-up.
• Rest your eyes periodically by focusing on an object at least 5 feet away. Blink often.
• Position the monitor at a 90° angle to windows and other light sources to minimize glare and
reflections.
• Clean the LCD monitor surface with a lint-free, nonabrasive cloth. Avoid using any cleaning
solution or glass cleaner!
• Adjust the monitor’s brightness, contrast and sharpness controls to enhance readability.
• Avoid displaying fixed patterns on the monitor for long periods of time to avoid image
persistence (after image effects).
• Get regular eye checkups.
Ergonomics
To realize the maximum ergonomic benefits, we recommend the following:
• Use the preset Size and Position controls with standard signals.
• Use the preset Color Setting.
• Use non-interlaced signals.
• Do not use primary color blue on a dark background, as it is difficult to see and may produce
eye fatigue due to insufficient contrast.
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Table Of Contents
1. Unpacking and Installation................... 1
1.1.Unpacking....................................... 1
1.2. Package Contents........................... 1
1.3. Installation Notes............................. 1
1.4. Mounting on a Wall.......................... 2
1.4.1.VESA Grid............................. 2
5. Setting (Admin mode)......................... 19
5.1.Setting........................................... 19
5.2.Ethernet......................................... 19
5.2.1.DHCP.................................. 19
5.2.2.Static IP............................... 19
5.3. Signage Display............................ 19
5.3.1.General Settings................. 20
5.3.2.Server Settings................... 22
5.3.3.Source Settings................... 25
5.3.4.Security............................... 27
5.4. System Tools................................. 27
5.4.1.Clear Storage...................... 27
5.4.2.Reset................................... 27
5.4.3.Import & Export................... 27
5.4.4.Clone .................................. 28
5.5.Display.......................................... 28
5.6.Apps.............................................. 28
5.7. Date & time .................................. 29
5.8. Developer options ........................ 29
5.9.About ............................................ 29
5.9.1.System updates.................. 29
2. Parts and Functions.............................. 4
2.1. Control Panel.................................. 4
2.2. Input/Output Terminals.................... 5
2.3. Remote Control............................... 6
2.3.1.General functions.................. 6
2.3.2.Inserting batteries in the
remote control....................... 7
2.3.3.Handling the remote control.. 7
2.3.4.Operating range of the remote
control................................... 7
2.4. Using of Remote sensor and power
indicator .......................................... 8
3. Connecting External Equipment.......... 9
3.1. Connecting External Equipment
(DVD/VCR/VCD)............................. 9
3.1.1.Using HDMI video input........ 9
3.2. Connecting a PC............................. 9
3.2.1.Using VGA input.................... 9
3.2.2.Using HDMI input................ 10
3.2.3.Using DisplayPort input....... 10
3.3. Connecting Audio Equipment........ 10
3.3.1.Connecting an external audio
device.................................. 10
3.4. Connecting Multiple Displays in a
Daisy-chain Configuration..............11
3.4.1.Display control connection...11
3.5. IR Pass-through Connection .........11
3.6. IR Pass-through Connection ........ 12
6. OSD Menu............................................. 30
6.1.Settings ........................................ 30
6.1.1.Picture menu....................... 30
6.1.2.Screen menu....................... 31
6.1.3.Audio menu......................... 32
6.1.4.Configuration1 menu........... 33
6.1.5.Configuration2 menu........... 33
6.1.6.Advanced option menu....... 35
7. Supported Media Formats.................. 38
8. Input mode........................................... 40
9. Cleaning and Troubleshooting........... 41
9.1.Cleaning........................................ 41
9.2.Troubleshooting............................. 42
4.Operation.............................................. 13
4.1. Start-up and initial Setting............. 13
4.1.1.Welcome............................. 13
4.1.2.Network Setting................... 13
4.1.3.Signage Display Settings.... 13
4.1.4.Setup Complete.................. 13
4.2. Watch the Connected Video
Source........................................... 13
4.3. Change Picture Format................. 13
4.4. Media Player................................. 14
4.5. Web Browser................................. 15
4.6. PDF Reader.................................. 17
4.7. Custom App................................... 18
4.7.1.OSD Menu operation:......... 18
4.7.2. Set Custom App.................. 18
10. Technical Specifications..................... 43
11. RS232 Protocol.................................... 45
11.1.Introduction................................... 45
11.2.Description.................................... 45
11.2.1.Hardware specification...... 45
11.2.2.Communication Setting..... 45
11.2.3.Command Message
Reference........................... 45
11.3.Protocol......................................... 46
11.3.1.Set-Function Listing........... 46
11.3.2.Get-Function Listing.......... 50
11.3.3.Remote Control Passthrough mode...................... 53
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12. Other Information................................ 56
Customer Support................................. 56
Limited Warranty ................................... 57
Mexico Limited Warranty....................... 59
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Copyright Information
Copyright © ViewSonic® Corporation, 2018. All rights reserved.
ViewSonic©, the three birds logo, OnView, ViewMatch, and ViewMeter are registered trademarks of
ViewSonic Corporation.
ENERGY STAR® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Disclaimer: ViewSonic Corporation shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions
contained herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from furnishing this
material, or the performance or use of this product.
In the interest of continuing product improvement, ViewSonic Corporation reserves the right to
change product specifications without notice. Information in this document may change without
notice.
No part of this document may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted by any means, for any purpose
without prior written permission from ViewSonic Corporation.
Product Registration
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available, please register your product on the Internet at:
www.viewsonic.com.
The ViewSonic® Wizard CD-ROM also provides an opportunity for you to print the registration form,
which you may mail or fax to ViewSonic.
For Your Records
Product Name:
Model Number:
Document Number:
Serial Number:
Purchase Date:
CDE6510
ViewSonic Commercial Display
VS17061
CDE6510_UG_ENG Rev. 1A 12-19-17
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1.
Unpacking and Installation
1.1. Unpacking
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•
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This product is packed in a carton, together with the standard accessories.
Any other optional accessories will be packed separately.
Due to the size and weight of this display it is recommended for two people to move it.
After opening the carton, ensure that the contents are complete and in good condition.
1.2. Package Contents
Please verify that you received the following items with your package content:
• LCD display
• CD ROM
• Remote control with AAA
batteries
• Quick Start Guide
• Power cord (1.8 m)
• RS232 cable (1.8 m)
• RS232 daisy chain cable
(2.5mm-2.5mm)
• IR sensor cable
Remote Control
and AAA Batteries
* The supplied power cord varies depending on destination.
For EU
For China
CD ROM
For North America
For UK
RS232 Cable
IR sensor cable
Quick Start Guide
RS232 daisy chain cable
NOTES:
• For all other regions, apply a power cord that conforms to the AC voltage of the power socket and has
been approved by and complies with the safety regulations of the particular country.
• Keep the package box and packing material for shipping the display.
1.3. Installation Notes
• Due to the high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product. If an
extended line is required, please consult your service agent.
• The product should be installed on a flat surface to avoid tipping. The distance between the back of
the product and the wall should be maintained for proper ventilation. Avoid installing the product in the
kitchen, bathroom or any other places with high humidity so as not to shorten the service life of the
electronic components.
• The product can normally operate only under 3000 m in altitude. In installations at altitudes above 3000 m,
some abnormalities may be experienced.
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1.4. Mounting on a Wall
To mount this display to a wall, you will have to obtain a standard wall-mounting kit. We recommend using a
mounting interface that complies with UL1678 standard in North America.
Protective Sheet
VESA Grid
Table
1. Lay a protective sheet on a table, which was wrapped around the display when it was packaged, beneath
the screen surface so as not to scratch the screen face.
2. Ensure you have all accessories for mounting this display (wall mount, ceiling mount, table stand, etc)
3. Follow the instructions that come with the base mounting kit. Failure to follow correct mounting
procedures could result in damage to the equipment or injury to the user or installer. Product warranty
does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
4. For the wall-mounting kit, use M6 mounting screws (having a length 10 mm longer than the thickness of
the mounting bracket) and tighten them securely.
5. Unit without base weight= 24.8 Kg.The equipment and its associated mounting means still remain secure
during the test. For use only with UL Listed Wall Mount Bracket with minimum weight/load:
24.8 Kg.
6. Portrait is not allowed.
1.4.1. VESA Grid
Model
CDE6510
Vesa Grid
400(H) x 400(V)mm
Caution:
To prevent the display from falling:
• For wall or ceiling installation, we recommend installing the display with metal brackets which are
commercially available. For detailed installation instructions, refer to the guide received with the
respective bracket.
• To lessen the probability of injury and damage resulting from fall of the display in case of earthquake or
other natural disaster, be sure to consult the bracket manufacturer for installation location.
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Ventilation Requirements for enclosure locating
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding objects as shown in the diagram below.
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
100 mm
NOTES:
When installing the display on a wall, proper installation. We accept no liability for installations not performed
by a professional technician.
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2.
Parts and Functions
2.1. Control Panel
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MUTE INPUT
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1
2
2
3
MENU
4
5
6
7
8
[ ] button
Use this button to turn the display on or put the
display to standby.
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• Move the highlight bar down to adjust the selected item
while OSD menu is on.
• Decrease the adjustment while adjust value.
[MUTE] button
Switch the audio mute ON/OFF.
3
[INPUT] button
Choose the input source.
4
[ ] button
• Increase the volume
• Enter into submenu while OSD menu is on
5
8
[MENU] button
Return to previous menu while OSD menu is on, or
to activate the OSD menu when OSD menu is off.
9
Remote control sensor and power status
indicator
• Receives command signals from the remote control.
• Indicates the operating status of the display without
OPS:
-- Lights green when the display is turned on
[ ] button
• Decrease the volume
• Back to previous menu while OSD menu is on
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[ ] button
-- Lights red when the display is in standby mode
-- When {SCHEDULE} is enabled, the light blinks green
and red
[ ] button
-- If the light blinks red, it indicates that a failure has
been detected
• Move the highlight bar up to adjust the selected
item while OSD menu is on
• Increase the adjustment while adjust value.
-- Lights off when the main power of the display is
turned off
* Using IR sensor cable for better remote control
performance. (Please refer to the instructions of 3.5)
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2.2. Input/Output Terminals
5V/2A
USB 3.0 5V/0.9A
16
15
14
HDMI 4 IN
11
13
12
10
HDMI 3 IN
IR-OUT
IR-IN
D-SUB
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
19
USB 2.0 5V/0.5A
USB 5V/0.5A
MICRO SD
18
17
9
20
RJ45
1
2
3
RS232 RS232
IN
OUT
4
5
DP IN
HDMI 1 IN
6
7 8
1
AC IN
AC power input from the wall outlet.
15 AUDIO
2
MAIN POWER SWITCH
Switch the main power on/off.
16
3
RJ-45
LAN control function for the use of remote control
signal from control center.
17 USB
4
RS232 IN / 5 RS232 OUT
RS232C network output / input for the loop-through
function.
6
DisplayPort IN
DisplayPort video input.
7
HDMI1 IN /
8
HDMI2 IN /
OUT
Audio output to external AV device.
PORT A
5V/2A
USB
USB PORT
Connect your USB storage device
18 MICRO
SD CARD
Connect your MICRO SD CARD.
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9
HDMI 2 IN
OPS SLOT
Slot for installing the optional OPS module.
20 SECURITY
LOCK
Used for security and theft prevention.
HDMI3 IN /
10 HDMI4
IN
HDMI video/audio input.
11 IR
OUT / 12 IR IN
IR signal input / output for the loop-through function.
NOTES:
• This display’s remote control sensor will stop
working if the jack [IR IN] is connected.
• To remotely control your A/V device via this
display, refer to page 14 for or IR Pass Through
connection.
13 VGA
IN (D-Sub)
VGA video input.
14 AUDIO
IN
Audio input for VGA source (3.5mm stereo phone).
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2.3. Remote Control
8
[ADJUST] button
Press to run the Auto Adjust function.
NOTE:This button is functional for VGA input only.
9
[ ] button
2.3.1. General functions
Press to move the selection down in OSD menu.
10 [
] MUTE button
Press to turn the mute function on/off.
1
20
11 2
COLOR buttons
Choose tasks or options.(for Media Input only).
12 [NUMERIC]
3
13
4
14
5
6
buttons
Enter text for network setting.
13 14 [EXIT]
button
Press to turn back to the previous OSD menu.
15
15 [INFO]
button
Press to turn on/off the information OSD displayed
on the upper right corner of the screen.
16
7
8
9
10
Format button
Press to switch screen aspect ratio.
17
16 [
] button
Press to increase the value in OSD menu.
18
17 [OPTION]
button
Access currently available options, picture and
sound menus (for Media Input only).
19
11
18 [+]
Volume up button
Press to increase the audio output level.
19 [-]
Volume down button
Press to decrease the audio output level.
12
20 21
[ID SET] button
If a single large- screen matrix (video wall) is
created, set ID key to control each dispaly.
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1
[POWER] button
Press to switch on the display from standby mode.
Press again to turn it off and back into standby
mode.
2
[PLAY] button
Control playback of media files (for Media Input
only).
3
[
SOURCE] button
Press to toggle Video Source Menu. Press [ ] or
[ ] button to select one of the video sources among
Displayport, VGA, HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3, HDMI4,
Media Player, Browser or PDF Player. Press [OK]
button.
4
[MENU] button
Press to turn the OSD menu on/off.
5
[ ] button
Press to move the selection up in OSD menu.
6
[ ] button
Press to decrease the value in OSD menu.
7
[OK] button
Press to activate the setting inside the OSD menu.
ID Remote Control:
You can set the remote control ID when you want to use
this remote control on one of several different displays.
Press [ID] button. The red LED blinks twice.
1. Press [ID SET] button for more than 1 second to
enter the ID ode. The red LED lights up.
Press the [ID SET] button again will exit the ID
Mode. The red LED lights off.
Press the digit number [0] ~ [9] to select the display
you want to control.
For example: press [0] and [1] for display No.1,
press [1] and [1] for display No. 11.
The numbers available are from [01] ~[255].
2. Not pressing any button within 10 seconds will exit
the ID Mode.
3. If an error pressing of buttons other than the digits
occurred, wait 1 second after the red LED lights
off and then lights up again, then press the correct
digits again.
4. Press [ID ENTER] button to confirm. The red LED
blinks twice and then lights off.
NOTE:
• Press [NORMAL] button. The green LED blinks
twice, indicating the display is in normal operation.
It is ncecssary to set up the ID number for each
display before selecting its ID number.
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2.3.2. Inserting batteries in the remote control
The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
To install or replace batteries:
1. Press and then slide the cover to open it.
2. Align the batteries according to the (+) and (–)
indications inside the battery compartment.
3. Replace the cover.
Caution:
The incorrect use of batteries can result in leaks or bursting. Be sure to follow these instructions:
• Place “AAA” batteries matching the (+) and (–) signs on each battery to the (+) and (–) signs of the
battery compartment.
• Do not mix battery types.
• Do not combine new batteries with used ones. It causes shorter life or leakage of batteries.
• Remove the dead batteries immediately to prevent them from liquid leaking in the battery compartment.
Don’t touch exposed battery acid, as it can damage your skin.
NOTE:If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long period, remove the batteries.
2.3.3. Handling the remote control
• Do not subject to strong shock.
• Do not allow water or other liquid to splash the remote control. If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry
immediately.
• Avoid exposure to heat and steam.
• Other than to install the batteries, do not open the remote control.
2.3.4. Operating range of the remote control
Point the front of the remote control toward this display’s
remote control sensor when pressing a button.
Use the remote control within a distance of less than
5m/16 ft from this display’s sensor, and a horizontal and
vertical angle of less than 30 degrees.
NOTE:The remote control may not function properly when
the remote control sensor on this display is under
direct sunlight or strong illumination, or when there is
an obstacle in the path of signal transmission.
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2.4. Using of Remote sensor and power indicator
1. Push down the lens to have better remote control performance and easy to observe the light information
of power status..
2. Push up the lens before mounting the display for video wall application.
3. Pull/Push the lens until hearing the click sound.
Push up to collapse the lens
Push down to extend the lens
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3.
Connecting External Equipment
3.1. Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/VCD)
3.1.1. Using HDMI video input
IR-OUT
IR-OUT IR-IN
IR-IN
DVD
DVD // VCR
VCR // VCD
VCD
HDMI
HDMI
4 IN4 IN
HDMI
HDMI Out
Out
HDMI
HDMI
3 IN3 IN
[HDMI
[HDMI IN]
IN]
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
3.2. Connecting a PC
[VGA
[VGA AUDIO
AUDIO IN]
IN]
Audio
Audio Out
Out
[VGA
[VGA IN]
IN]
VGA
VGA Out
Out
D-Sub 15
15 pin
pin
D-Sub
IR-OUT
IR-OUT
IR-IN
IR-IN
D-SUB
D-SUB
AUDIO
OUT
OUT
AUDIO
AUDIO
IN IN AUDIO
3.2.1. Using VGA input
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PC
PC
IR-OUT
3.2.2. Using HDMI input
HDMI 4 IN
PC
HDMI 3 IN
[HDMI IN]
HDMI Out
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
3.2.3. Using DisplayPort input
IR-OUT
PC
HDMI 4 IN
PC
DP IN
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 2 IN
HDMI 1 IN
HDMI 3 IN
[AUDIO
OUT] OutAudio
In
DisplayPort
[HDMI IN]
AUDIO OUT
RS232
OUT
HDMI Out
HDMI 2 IN
Stereo Amplifier
[DisplayPort IN]
3.3. Connecting Audio Equipment
3.3.1. Connecting an external audio device
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
AUDIO OUT
[RS-232C]
[AUDIO OUT]
Audio In
[RS-232C IN]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
Stereo Amplifier
DISPLAY 1
PC
[RS-232C]
[RS-232C IN]
DISPLAY 2
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[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
AUDIO
3.4. Connecting Multiple Displays in a Daisy-chain Configuration
Stereo Amplifier
You can interconnect multiple displays to create a daisy-chain configuration for applications such as a
menu board.
3.4.1. Display control connection
Connect the [RS232C OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [RS232C IN] connector of DISPLAY 2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[RS-232C]
PC
[RJ-45]
PC
[RJ-45]
[RS-232C IN]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
[RJ-45]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
[RJ-45]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
3.5. IR Pass-through Connection
External
IR Receiver
External
IR Receiver
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
[IR IN]
[IR OUT]
[IR IN]
[IR IN]
[IR OUT]
[IR IN]
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
[RS-232C OUT]
[RS-232C IN]
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NOTE:
1. This display’s remote control sensor will stop working if the [IR IN] is connected.
2. IR loop through connection can suppor t up to 9 displays.
3. IR in daisy chain via RS232 connection can suppor t up to 9 displays.
3.6. IR Pass-through Connection
[IR OUT]
DVD / VCR / VCD
[IR IN]
(DVD / VCR / VCD)
Remote Control
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4.
Operation
4.1.4. Setup Complete
The initial settings are completed. Press “Finish”
and display will reboot automatically.
NOTE:The control button described in this section
is mainly on the remote control unless
specified otherwise.
4.1. Start-up and initial Setting
4.1.1. Welcome
Select your language and tap “Start”.
4.2. Watch the Connected Video Source
SOURCE button.
1. Press
2. Press or button to select a device, then
press OK button.
4.1.2. Network Setting
Tape “Next” button to next page and it will show.
1. Connection Type : DHCP / Static IP
2. IP Address
3. Netmask
4. DNS Address
5. Gateway
You also can tape “Skip” to configure later
4.3. Change Picture Format
You can change the picture format to suit the video
source. Each video source has its available picture
formats.
The available picture formats depend on the video
source:
FORMAT button to choose a picture
1. Press
format.
• PC mode: {Full} / {4:3} / {Real} / {21:9}/
{Custom}.
• Video mode: {Full} / {4:3} / {Real} / {21:9}/
{Custom}
4.1.3. Signage Display Settings
User can import the setting file from SD, USB or
manual setting. User also can tape “Skip”.
Note: The setting file should be put on viewsonic
folder in SD or USB and the file name is settings.
db.
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4.4. Media Player
You can play videos, photos, and music on your
display from:
• USB Multimedia Player for Scheduled Playback
of Videos, Photos and Music.
• A USB device connected to this display.
Media Player page has three items: {Play},
{Compose} and {Settings}.
• {Play} : select playlist to play.
• {Compose}: edit playlist.
• {Settings}: setting play properties.
B.You could edit or delete a non-empty playlist,
just choose the desired playlist which is with
pencil icon.
1. Select {Play} on this page, first you should
choose one playlist to play between FILE 1 and
FILE 7. The pencil icon means the playlist is
non-empty.
C.Once you start to edit a playlist, you will see
below screen.
Source - files in storage.
Playlist – files in playlist.
There are 4 icons which map to the keys of
remote controller.
Option key – launch slidebar
Play key – play media file.
Info key – show media info.
Ok key – select/unselect file.
In the slidebar, it helps you to do the following:
• select all : select all storage files.
• delete all : delete all playlist files.
• add/remove : update playlist from source.
• sort : sort playlist.
• save/abort : save or abort playlist.
• back : return.
2. Select {Compose} on this page, first you should
choose one playlist to edit between FILE 1 and
FILE 7. The pencil icon means the playlist is
non-empty.
A.If an empty playlist is chosen, the app will guide
you to select the media source.
All media files should be placed in / viewsonic /
of root directory.
For example,
• videos in /root/viewsonic/video/
• photos in /root/ viewsonic /photo/
• music in /root/ viewsonic /music/
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4.5. Web Browser
D.if you choose “Sort” in the slidebar, you can
change the order of files one by one.
You can save the web link and easy to browse the
web site.
Browser page has one item: {Settings}. Press
{Settings} then enter next page.
E.Press info key after you choose desired file,
you will get the detail information.
1. Users can choose 1~7. Press any one will show
a dialog.
F.Press play key after you choose desired file,
you will plays the media file directly.
G.If you make a playlist with all images files,
before saving, the app will ask you if you want
to have background music while slideshow
playing.
Enter URL and press OK then data will save on
List
3. Select {Settings} on this page, this page has
three parts, {Repeat Mode}, {Slideshow
Effect} and {Effect Duration}.
• {Repeat Mode} : play mode.
• {Slideshow Effect} : photo slideshow effect.
• {Effect Duration} : photo effect duration.
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2. Press “Option” then left side will pop up a list
Import : Import url list file
Export : Export url list file
Delete all : Delete all url record on right side
Back : left side list will be close.
B. Export
Click Export, you can select Internal, USB storage
or SD card for export file to.
A. Import
Click Import, you can select URL file from Internal,
USB storage or SD card.
Dialog shows path file will be saved and file’s
name. Press “save” button then URLs on list will
be saved.
3. On URL list page, if you select non-empty item,
it will show a dialog to ask edit or play url. If
press “Edit”, it will show edit url dialog, if press
“Play”, it will show web page of item’s url.
After URL file selected, URL will show on list.
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4.6. PDF Reader
A.If an empty playlist is chosen, the app will guide
you to select the media source.
All media files should be placed in /viewsonic/
of root directory.
For example,
• pdfs in /root/viewsonic/pdf/
You can play PDF file on your display from
internal, USB or SD card.
This page has three items: {Play}, {Compose} and
{Settings}.
• {Play}: select playlist to play.
• {Compose}: edit playlist.
• {Settings}: setting play properties.
B.You could edit or delete a non-empty playlist,
just choose the desired playlist which is with
pencil icon.
1. Select {Play} on this page, first you should
choose one playlist to play between FILE 1 and
FILE 7. The pencil icon means the playlist is
non-empty.
C.Once you start to edit a playlist, you will see
below screen.
Source - files in storage.
Playlist – files in playlist.
There are 4 icons which map to the keys of
remote controller.
Option key – launch slidebar
Play key – play media file.
Info key – show media info.
Ok key – select/unselect file.
2. Select {Compose} on this page, first you should
choose one playlist to edit between FILE 1 and
FILE 7. The pencil icon means the playlist is
non-empty.
In the slidebar, it helps you to do the following:
- select all : select all storage files.
- delete all : delete all playlist files.
- add/remove : update playlist from source.
- sort : sort playlist.
- save/abort : save or abort playlist.
- back : return.
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Select “Sort” in the slidebar, you can change the
order of files one by one.
2. Select Custom app will show the installed APK.
CDE model pre-install the vCastReceiver APK
inside.
3. Select {Settings} on this page, this page
has two parts, {Repeat Mode} and {Effect
Duration}.
• {Repeat Mode} : play mode.
• {Effect Duration} : photo effect duration.
3. Press Select App to show the APK list.
4.7. Custom App
4. Select vCastReceiver and press Save.
User can set up the application for Customer
Source
Note:
(1) Only display User Installed app.
(2) Will not show up system pre-install app.
4.7.1. OSD Menu operation:
SOURCE button and select Custom.
Press
If set up customer APK, PD will open customer
app when switch source to Customer mode.
If no set up customer APK, PD will show Black
screen when switch source to Customer mode.
5. vCastReceiver APK name will show on Select
App.
4.7.2. Set Custom App
Select custom app from source setting.
1. Entry Signage Display in Admin Mode (Refer
section 4.7 & 4.7.3)
6. Exit admin mode and press custom input
source. vCastReceiver will run on screen.
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5.
Setting (Admin mode)
5.2.1. DHCP
DHCP mode:
(1)Cannot modify IP Address, Netmask, DNS
Address and Gateway.
(2)If connect successfully, it will display
current network configuration.
Press Menu 1 9 9 8 on remote control to enter
admin mode.
5.1. Setting
Main items:
(1)Ethernet
(2) Signage Display
(3) System Tools
(4)Display
(5)Apps
(6) Date & time
(7) Developer options
(8)About
5.2.2. Static IP
In Static IP mode, user can input IP Address,
Netmask, DNS address and Gateway.
Note:
IP address, netmask, DNS address and gateway
address input limitation.
(1)Format:
I. number 0-9
II. decimal point “.”
5.2. Ethernet
Enable/Disable to turn on/off Ethernet
After enable Ethernet, the settings will show:
(1)Connection Type (Available connection
type: DHCP/Static IP)
A. DHCP
B. Static IP
C. IP Address
D. Netmask
E. DNS Address
F. Gateway
(2) Mac Address
5.3. Signage Display
Divide into 4 groups: General Settings / Server
Settings / Source Settings / Security
(1) General Settings
A. Signage Display Name
B. Boot Logo
C. Screenshot
(2) Server Settings
A. Email Notification
B. FTP
C. SICP Network Port
(3) Source Settings
A. Media Player
B. Browser
C. PDF Player
D. Custom app
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(4)Security
A. External Storage
3)When boot logo selected, PD will check if there
is bootanimation. zip under USB and SD card.
Signage Display
General settings
Signage Display Name
PD_0024672157ea
Boot Logo
Screenshot
Server settings
Email Notification
FTP
Remote Control
SCIP Network Port
Source settings
Media Player
Browser
CMND & Play
PDF Player
Custom App
Security
External Storage
SD card/USB External Storage Unlock
Function introduction:
a. Option description
/data/local
Use customized boot animation file which is copied
from SD card or USB
/mnt/external_sd
Use boot animations file under SD card
/mnt/usb_storage
Use boot animations file under USB
b.Save
Press save key to save SD card or USB
bootanimation.zip to /data/
local and set it as boot logo.
c.Forget
Press Forget key to delete /data/local
bootanimation.zip and not show boot logo.
d.Cancel
Close dialogue w/o changes. Scenario
introduction:
Case 1
The user don’t settle customized boot logo. PD
does not find any bootanimation.zip file under SD
and USB.The list will be blank. Save and Forget
button will be gray and useless.
5.3.1. General Settings
1. Signage Display Name
Set up PD name “PD_” + Ethernet Mac Address.
Note:
Input limitation:
(1) length: Max 36 characters
(2) format: no limit
2. Boot Logo
1)Scalar OSD menu to control Android boot logo
enable/disable Scalar OSD menu operation
RCU: MENU -> Configuration2 -> Logo -> On/Off/
User.
In user mode, user can choose their own boot logo
animation file.
Note:
(1)Boot animation file name: bootanimation.
zip
(2)Will pop-up a window for user to select
USB and SD card. No priority issue.
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Case 2
The users do not settle customized boot logo. PD
find bootanimation.zip file under SD and USB.The
screen will show bootanimation.zip and select the
first file automatically.
(4) Screenshot will not include video container
1) Inter val
Set up interval timeframe. 30 mins or 60 mins
Case 3
The user settle customized boot logo, the screen
will show /data/ local/bootanimation.zip.
2) Start Time
Set up screenshot start time.
Note:
(1)If no star t time, the screen will show
current time automatically
(2)Just press Back key to exit dialog for Set
up
(3)Start time cannot be newer than End time.
It will show Error toast.
4)If OSD menu Logo item is On or Off, the users
cannot choose boot animation in Android
settings.
3. Screenshot
Via Enable/Disable to control screenshot On/Off.
After Enable, user can set screenshot timeslot
and save path.
Note:
Time slot of deletion and screenshot:
(1) Will delete picture at initial time 0 sec.
(2) Will screeshot at first 40 sec.
(3)Media player, Browser, CMND & play, PDF
reader, Custom source are suppor ted.
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3) End Time
Set up screenshot End time
6) Purge Screenshots
Set up purge timeframe. One day or One week.
Note:
(1)If no End time, the screen will show current
time automatically
(2)Star t time cannot be newer than End time.
It will show error toast.
(7) Send screenshots via email
After check this item, it will send screenshot to
email of administrator
Please refer to 6.2.1 Email notification
Note:
Please confirm Email setting is done.
4)Repeat
Set screenshot repeat cycle. User can choose
screenshot time frame. (Multiple selection)
5.3.2. Server Settings
1. Email Notification
Via Enable/Disable to control Email On/Off)
After Enable, user can set up Email notification
configuration.
5) Save to
Set up screenshot save path. Internal storage, SD
card or USB storage.)
Note:
picture storage path
(1)In root of internal storage/usb storage/sd
card, PD will create folder automatically.
(2)The picture will save to ViewSonic/
Screenshot/.
1) SMTP (Set SMTP configuration)
User can set Gmail account or other mail account.
User can select other mail account and set up
SMTP server, Security type and por t item
Note
Password input limitation
(1) Length: 6-20 characters
(2) Format: no limit
(3) unavailable por t: 5000
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2) Manager Email
Set up Receiver mail account
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Gmail safety setting
If Gmail is not working when setting is complete,
please test Gmail account via PC and link below
URL
And confirm “Access for less secure apps” item is
Turn On
Yahoo Email Security Setting
If Yahoo Email is not working when setting
complete, please confirm “Allow apps that use less
secure sign in” item is enabled.
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Send Test Mail
To test Gmail account receive/send function. Note
(1)When Email is Disable, “Send Test Mail
Button” button will gray out
2. FTP
Via Enable/Disable to control FTP On/Off. After set
up, PD can share
FTP files.
1) Account
Set up FTP account
After password input:
Note:
Input limitation
(1) Length: 4-20 characters
(2)Format:
I. English a-z and A-Z
II. Number 0-9
Set up completed screen:
2) Password
Set up FTP password.
Note:
Input limitation
(1) Length: 6-20 characters
(2)Format:
I. English a-z and A-Z
II. Number 0-9
FTP password display
(1)Will show “*” symbol to instead password if
set up password via remote control.
(2)After set up, the password text will show as
“*” symbol. Before password input:
3) Storage Path
Show default path: Internal storage
Note:
Can only display Internal storage, cannot be
modified.(Only show path)
4) Will show Server is unbinded if Remote control
server feedback unbinded status.
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5) Port
Set up FTP por t number. Default: 2121
Note:
Input limitation
(1) Length: Max 5 characters
(2) Range: 1024 ~ 65535
(3) Format: Number 0-9
(4) Unavailable por t: 5000
(5) The por t number must more than 1024
2. Browser
Can edit Bookmark configuration.
3. SICP Network Port
Change SICP Network Port.
Open Browser setting page.
Note:
(1) Range: 1025-65535
(2)unavailable port: 8000 / 9988 / 15220 /
28123 / 28124
5.3.3. Source Settings
1. Media Player
Can Edit Media Player play list and effect settings.
3. PDF Player
(1) Open PDF Player Player List edit page.
(1) Open Media Player Player List edit page.
(2)Open Media Player slideshow effect edit
page.
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No option for choose. Save and Forget key
will be gray and unavailable.
(2) Open PDF Player effect edit page.
4. Custom App
User can set up the application for Customer
Source. Note
(1) Only display User Installed app.
(2)Will not show up system pre-install app.
Scalar OSD menu operation
RCU: Source -> Custom
If set up customer APK, PD will open customer
app when switch source to Customer mode.
If no set up customer APK, PD will show Black
screen when switch source to Customer mode.
User can select customer installed apk in list
No setup Custom App
Screen will show available apps and focus on first
app item automatically.
After setup, it will show App name
Function introduction
Case2. Setup Custom App. (there is a checked
circle on right)
(1)Save
Select App and press Save key to save it.
(2)Forget
Press Forget key to clean previous stored
data
(3)Cancel
No change, close window directly
If no customer installed apk, the list will be
blank.
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5.3.4. Security
5.4.2. Reset
Factory Reset can recover to Factory default
settings.
1. External Storage
Enable: SD card/USB External Storage Lock. Disable: SD card/USB External Storage Unlock.
Note:
Must re-plug SD card/USB External Storage after
unlock the external storage.
5.4. System Tools
System tools 4 main functions:
(1) Clear Storage
(2)Reset
(3) Import & Export
(4)Clone
Press OK to execute Reset function automatically.
5.4.1. Clear Storage
The purpose is to clear all data in viewsonic
folders. Divided into 4 mode:
(1) Clear all viewsonic folders
(2)Only clear viewsonic folder under Internal
storage.
(3)Only clear viewsonic folder under USB
storage.
(4) Only clear viewsonic folder under SD card.
Pop-up the window to display all folders which can
be clear.
5.4.3. Import & Export
The function of Impor t & Export PD settins.
Notes.
(1) Settings.db (Saved file name: settings.db)
(2) Will save to viewsonic folder in storage
5.4.3.1 Export Signage Display Settings
Will export to viewsonic folder under USB or SD
card
(1)Export settings.db. Include OSD setting,
Android settings but “Signage Display
Name” and “Boot Logo”
(2) Expor t 3rd par ty apk to viewsonic/app/
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Note:
If no viewsonic folder exists in USB or SD card, it
will be created automatically.
List all available storage (internal/SD/USB)
2. Clone Source
(1)Internal storage
(a) check FTP
(b) check /viewsonic/
(2) SD / USB
Files under root
3. Target Location
(1) Internal storage
Save to /viewsonic/
(2) SD / USB
Save to root
5.4.3.2 Import Signage Display Settings
Impor t settings.db from viewsonic folder under
USB or SD card.
(1)Import settings.db. Include OSD setting,
Android settings but “Signage Display
Name” and “Boot Logo”
(2)Auto install 3rd par ty apk from viewsonic/
app/List all available storage (Internal/SD/
USB)
5.5. Display
User can modify the font size, can choose: Small/
Normal/Large/Huge
Show notification dialog before database import
5.6. Apps
Display applications information.
Note
(1)User options key on RCU to show setting
option.
5.4.4. Clone
Clone media file from Internal, SD or USB
viewsonic folder.
1. The cloned folder name under viewsonic folder
(1)viewsonic/photo
(2)viewsonic/music
(3)viewsonic/video
(4)viewsonic/pdf
(5)viewsonic/browser
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5.7. Date & time
5.9.1. System updates
Will automatically search update.zip in USB. Will
be shown in list for user selection if found
Via Scalar OSD menu to control Auto Time On/Off.
Note:
Add new NTP server to display current ser ver IP.
Note:
(1) Only support Android Full image.
(2) file name should be update.zip.
(3) the file should be located in root of storage.
5.8. Developer options
Android developer options
After select update.zip file, PD will restart and start
to update.
5.9. About
Main info in About:
(1) System updates
(2) Legal information
(3) Android version
(4) Kernel version
(5) Build number
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6.
OSD Menu
6.1. Settings
An overall view of the On-Screen Display (OSD)
structure is shown below. You can use it as a
reference for further adjusting your display.
6.1.1. Picture menu
Picture
Brightness
90
Screen
Contrast
50
Audio
Sharpness
20
Configuration 1
Black level
50
Configuration 2
Tint
50
Advanced option
Color
55
Noise reduction
Medium
Gamma selection
Native
Color temperature
Native
Color control
Action
Smart power
Off
Overscan
Off
Brightness (Picture)
Adjust the overall image and background screen
brightness(backlight).
Navigating the OSD menu using the remote
control:
1. Press the [ ] MENU button to display the OSD
menu.
Contrast
Adjust the image contrast ratio for the input signal.
2. Press [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] button to select its menu
item or to adjust its value. Press OK button to
confirm.
3. Press [ ] EXIT button to go back to the
previous menu layer.
4. Press [ ] MENU button to exit the OSD menu.
Sharpness
This function is digitally capable to keep crisp
image at any timings.
It is adjustable to get a distinct image or a soft
one as you prefer and set independently for each
picture mode.
Navigating the OSD menu using the display’s
control buttons:
Black level
Adjust the image brightness for the background.
NOTE: sRGB picture mode is standard and cannot
be changed.
MUTE INPUT
Tint (Hue)
Adjust the tint of the screen.
Press + button the flesh tone color becomes
greenish. Press - button the flesh tone color
becomes purplish.
NOTE:VIDEO mode only.
MENU
Color (Saturation)
Adjust the color of the screen.
Press + button to increase color depth. Press button to decrease color depth.
NOTE: VIDEO mode only
Noise Reduction
Adjust the noise reduction level.
1. Press the MENU button to display the OSD
menu.
2. Press the [ ] [ ] [ ] or [ ] to select menu item
or adjust its value.
3. Press [INPUT] button to confirm menu selection
and enter its submenu.
4. Press MENU to confirm menu selection and
enter its submenu.
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Gamma selection
Select a display gamma. It’s refer to the brightness
performance cur ve of signal input. Choose from
{Native} / {2.2} / {2.4} / {s gamma} / {D-image}.
NOTE: sRGB picture mode is standard and cannot
be changed.
6.1.2. Screen menu
Color temperature
It is used to adjust the color temperature.
The image becomes reddish as the color
temperature decreases, and becomes bluish as
the color temperature increases.
Picture
H position
50
Screen
V position
50
Audio
Clock
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Configuration 1
Zoom mode
Full
Configuration 2
Custom zoom
Action
Advanced option
Auto adjust
Action
Screen reset
Action
H position
Control Horizontal Image position within the
display area of the LCD.
Press + button to move screen to right.
Press - button to move screen to left.
NOTE:VGA input only.
CCT 10000º K 9300 º K 7500 º K 6500 º K 5000 º K 4000 º K 3000 º K
0.279 ± 0.283 ± 0.299 ± 0.313 ± 0.346± 0.382± 0.440±
X
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.292 ± 0.298 ± 0.315 ± 0.329 ± 0.359± 0.384± 0.403±
Y
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
0.030
Color control
The color levels of red, green, and blue are
adjusted by the color bars. R: Red gain, G: Green
gain, B: Blue gain.
V position
Control Ver tical Image position within the display
area of the LCD.
Press + button to move screen to up.
Press - button to move screen to down.
NOTE:VGA input only.
Smart power
Smar t Power control is not relative to brightness
control:
1. Initial setting Brigthness
70 (in the range from 0-100)
Power consumption 70% of maximum power
consumption
2. Smart Power
OFF: no adaptation
MEDIUM: 80% of power consumption relative
to current settings
HIGH: 65% of power consumption relative to
current settings
Clock
Press + button to expand the width of the image
on the screen the right.
Press - button to narrow the width of the image on
the screen the left.
NOTE:VGA input only.
Zoom mode
HDMI, DP, VGA, OPS: {Full} / {4:3} / {Real} /
{21:9}/ {Custom}. Playing media in Media Player :
{Full} / {4:3} / {Real} / {21:9}
There are no function when BROWSER, CMND &
Play, PDF Player, PDF Player, Custom and Media
Player UI and Android UI
Zoom Mode will be “Full” when tiling
Overscan
Change the display area of the image. ON: Set to
display area about 95%. OFF: Set to display area
about 100%.
Picture reset
Reset all settings in the Picture menu.
Select “Yes” and press “SET” button to restore to
factory preset data. Press “EXIT” button to cancel
and then return to the previous menu.
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6.1.3. Audio menu
Full
This mode restores the correct
proportions of pictures transmitted in 16:9
using the full screen display.
Normal
The picture is reproduced in 4:3 format
and a black band is displayed on either
side of the picture.
Real
This mode displays the image pixelby-pixel on screen without scaling the
original image size.
Dynamic
The picture is reproduced in 16:9 format
and a black band at the top and bottom.
Picture
Balance
50
Screen
Treble
50
Audio
Bass
50
Configuration 1
Volume
30
Configuration 2
Audio Out (Line Out)
30
Advanced option
Maximum Volume
100
Minimum Volume
0
Mute
Off
Audio source
Digital
Audio reset
Action
Audio Out Sync
Off
Balance
Adjust to emphasize left or right audio output
balance.
21:9
The picture is reproduced in 21:9 format
and a black band at the top and bottom.
Custom
Choose to apply the custom zoom
settings in the Custom Zoom submenu.
Treble
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched
sounds.
Custom zoom
You can use this function to fur ther customize
the zoom settings to suit the image you want to
display.
NOTE: This item is functional only when the {Zoom
mode} is set to {Custom}.
Bass
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched
sounds.
Volume
Adjust to increase or decrease the audio output
level.
Zoom
Expands the horizontal and vertical sizes
of the image simultaneously.
Audio out (line out)
Adjust to increase or decrease line out output
level.
H zoom
Expands the horizontal size of the image
only.
V zoom
Expands the vertical size of the image
only.
Maximum volume
Adjust your own limitation for the maximum volume
setting.This stops the volume from being playing
at too loud a level.
H position
Moves the horizontal position of the
image left or right.
V position
Moves the ver tical position of the image
up or down.
Minimum volume
Adjust your own limitation for the minimum volume
setting.
Auto adjust
Press “Set” to detect and adjust H position,V
position, Clock, Phase
Mute
Turn the mute function on/off.
Screen reset
Reset all settings in the Screen menu to factory
preset values.
Audio source
Select the audio input source.There are no audio
output when no video signal.
Analog: audio from audio input
Digital : audio from HDMI audio.
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Boot on source
Choose to select source when boot up. Input:
select input source when boot up.
Playlist: select playlist index for Media player,
Browser, PDF player.
0: no play list. Same as switch source from
OSD.1~7: playlist number. No failover function,
system will keep source even the source is no
signal input.
Audio reset
Reset all settings in the Audio menu to factory
preset values.
Audio Out Sync
Enable/disable audio out (line out) volume
adjustability to sync with internal speakers.
6.1.4. Configuration1 menu
Picture
Switch on state
Force on
Screen
Panel saving
Action
Audio
RS232 routing
RS232
Configuration 1
Boot on source
Action
Configuration 2
WOL
Off
Advanced option
Configuration1 reset
Action
Factory reset
Action
WOL
Choose to turn on or off the wake on LAN function.
Choose from : {Off} / { On}
Configuration1 reset
Reset all settings in Configuration1 menu to the
factory preset values.
Factory reset
Reset all settings in the OSD menus of {Picture},
{Screen}, {Configuration1}, {Configuration2},
and {Advanced option} to the factor y preset
values.
Android settings will also reset when factory reset.
Press [ ] or [ ] button to select {Reset}, and
press [OK] button to do the reset.
Switch on state
Select the display status used for the next time
you connect the power cord.
• {Power off} - The display will remain off
when the power cord is connected to a wall
outlet.
• {Forced on} - The display will turn on when
the power cord is connected to a wall outlet.
• {Last status} - The display will return to the previous
Factoryreset
reset
Factory
power status
CANCEL
CANCEL
Panel saving
Choose to enable the panel saving functions and
thus reduce the risk of “image persistence” or
“ghost-imaging”.
• {Brightness} - Select {On} and the image
brightness will be reduced to an appropriate
level.The Brightness setting in the Picture
menu will be unavailable when selected.
• {Pixel shift} - Select the time inter val
({Auto} / {10 ~ 900} Seconds/ {Off}) for the
display to slightly expand the image size and
shift the position of pixels in four directions
(up, down, left, or right). Activating Pixel
Shift will disable H Position,V Position and
Zoom Mode in the Screen Menu.
Note: Only suppor t external input source
(HDMI,VGA, DP, OPS).
Reset
Reset
6.1.5. Configuration2 menu
Picture
Picture
Screen
Screen
Audio
Audio
Configuration 1
Configuration 1
Configuration 2
Configuration 2
Advanced option
Advanced option
OSD turn off
OSD turn off
OSD H position
OSD H position
OSD V position
OSD V position
Information OSD
Information OSD
Logo
Logo
Monitor ID
Monitor ID
Heat status
Heat status
Monitor information
Monitor information
HDMI Version
HDMI Version
Configuration2 reset
Configuration2 reset
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45
50
50
50
50
10
10
On
On
Action
Action
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Action
Action
Action
Action
OSD turn off
Set the period of time the OSD (on-screen
display) menu stays on the screen.
The options are: {Off, 5 ~ 120} seconds.
*{0ff} does not disappear automatically.
RS232-Routing
Select the network control port.
Choose from: {RS232} / {LAN -> RS232}
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Monitor ID
Monitor ID
Monitor group
Factory reset
OSD H-position
Adjust the
position
menu.
Picture horizontal
OSD turn offof the OSD
CANCEL
Reset 45
Screen
OSD H position
50
Audio
OSD V position
50
{Monitor group}
The options are: {Off} / {1-254}
• Monitor
{Off} – {Monitor
group} are not suppor ted.
ID
• Monitor
{1-254}ID– {Monitor group} are 1suppor ted.
Monitor
group setting is 1.
1
The default
ConfigurationOSD
1
Information OSD
10
Information
Configuration 2
Logo
On
Set theAdvanced
period
of time theMonitor
information
OSD Action
is
option
ID
displayed on the upper right
corner of the screen.
Heat status
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Picture
OSDMonitor
turn
offinformation when input
45 Action
The information
OSD will
display
signal
Version
Screen
OSDHDMI
H position
50
is changed.
reset
Audio
OSDConfiguration2
V position
50 Action
Configuration 1
Information
OSD
10
The information
OSD will
remain
on the screen
Configuration 2
Logo
with {Off}
selection. The
options are: {1 ~On60}
Advanced option
Monitor ID
Action
seconds.
Heat status
24.21°C 75.57°F
Monitor information
Action
HDMI Version
Logo
Configuration2 reset
Action
Choose to enable or disable the picture of Logo
when turn on your display.
The options are:
• {Off}
• {On} (Default)
• {User}
1. If Logo set to ON, both scalar ViewSonic logo
and android animation ViewSonic logo will
show.
2. If Log set to OFF, neither scalar ViewSonic logo
nor android animation logo will not show.
3. If Logo set to USER, custom logo option in
android is not set, then there will be no boot
logo when power on.
4. If Logo set to USER, custom logo option in
android is set, there will be only custom logo
when power up.
* Logo will NOT rotate with rotation setting/
detection.
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
3
4
5
6
7
8
19
210
311
412
513
614
715
816
Monitor information
Model name
Serial NO.
Operation hours
SW Version
CDE6510
N/A
0
FB01.06
HDMI Version
Set the HDMI version to 1.4 or 2.0, this setting is
only valid on HDMI input
Configuration2 reset
Reset all settings in Configuration2 menu to the
factory preset values.
1
1
2
2
information
MonitorMonitor
information
Model name
CDE6510
Shows information
about your display,
including
Serial NO.
N/A
model number,
hours and
Operationserial
hours number, operating
0
Version
FB01.06
softwareSW
version.
Monitor ID
1
1
9
10
11
12
Heat status
This function allows you to check the thermal
status
13at any time.
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15
16
Monitor ID
Set the ID number for controlling the display via
the RS232C connection. Each display must have
a unique ID number when multiple sets of this
display are connected. Monitor ID number range is
between 1 to 255.
The option are: {Monitor group}
Monitor ID
Monitor group
1
1
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Tiling
With this function you can create a single largescreen matrix (video wall) that consists of up to
150 sets of this display (up to 10-sets on the
vertical and 15-sets on the horizontal sides).
This function requires a daisy-chain connection.
• Switch on delay: Set the power-on delaying
time (in seconds). The default option {Auto}
allows a sequential powering-on for each
display by their ID number when multiple
displays are connected.
The options are: {Off (0) / Auto(1) / 2-255}
• Brightness: {Normal}/{ACS}
• {Normal}: Adjust the overall image and
6.1.6. Advanced option menu
Picture
IR control
Unlock
Screen
Power LED Light
On
Audio
Keyboard control
Unlock
Configuration 1
Tiling
Action
Configuration 2
Off Timer
Off
Advanced option
Date and time
Action
Schedule
Action
HDMI with One Wire
Off
Language
English
OSD Transparency
Off
Power Save
Mode 1
Advanced option reset
Action
IR control
Select the operation mode of the remote control
when multiple displays are connected via an
RS232C connection.
• {Normal} - All displays can be operated
normally by the remote control unit.
• {Primary} - Designate this display as
the primar y display for remote control
operation. Only this display can be operated
by the remote control. (In primar y mode, IR
key will always be processed regardless the
monitor id/group settings).
• Picture
{Secondary} - Designate
this display
as the
IR control
Unlock
Screen
Power LED Light
On
display can not
be
secondary display.This
Audio
Keyboard control
Unlock
operated
by
the
remote
control,
and
will
only
Configuration 1
Tiling
Action
receive
the control
signal from theOffprimar y
Configuration
2
Off Timer
Advanced
option via the RS232C
Date and time
display
connection.Action
Schedule
Action
• {Lock All} / {Lock
all but Volume} / {Lock
all
HDMI with One Wire
Off
but Power} / {Lock
all
except
PWR
&
VOL}Language
English
Transparency
Lock the remoteOSD
control
function of Off
this
Power Save
Mode 1
display.To unlock,
press and hold the
[ ]
Advanced option reset
Action
INFO button on the remote control for 6 (six)
seconds.
background screen brightness (backlight).
• {ACS}: Apply brightness value (backlight) which
is adjusted by MIC tool.The default value before
adjustment
is the same as OSD brightness value, e.g.,
Date
and time
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Auto Sync
• Type: {Off} (Default)/{SW Tool}/{OSD Only}
Set date
•SetSource
time resolution: {Full HD}(Default)/ {4K}
• H monitors - Select the number of displays on the
horizontal side.
•Choose
V monitors
- Select the number of displays on the ver
time zone
tical side.
London,
Dublin
• GMT+1:00
Position - Select the position of this display in the
screen matrix.
• Frame comp. - Choose to turn the frame
compensation function on or off. If selected {Yes},
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NTP Server
the display will adjust the image to compensate for
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Current
date
time
the width of the display
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in order to accurately
display the image.
NOTE: Doesn’t suppor t screen format function in tiling using
cascade mode.
Off Timer
Set automatically power off time (in hours).
Date and time
Adjust the current date and time for the display’s
internal
clock.
Schedule
Power LED light
Choose to set power indicate LED on or off.
Choose {On} for normal use
Schedule list
Enable
Date and time
Start
Autotime
Sync
Settime
date
End
Set time
Input
Playlist
Days of the week
Choose time zone
Every
week Dublin
London,
Keyboard control
Choose to enable or disable the display keyboard
(control buttons)
function.
• {Unlock} - Enable the keyboard function.
• {Lock All} / {Lock all but Volume} / {Lock all
but Power} / {Lock all except PWR & VOL} Disable the keyboard function.
NOTE: “Keyboard Control Lock Mode”This
function completely
disables the access to all Keyboard Control
functions.To enable or disable the keyboard
control lock, press both [ + ] and [ ] buttons and
hold down continuously for more than 3 seconds.
1
GMT+1:00
Back
NTP Server
Current date time
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NTP Server
Current date time
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1. Press [OK] button to enter
or choose
2. Press [ ] back button to return.
3. Press [ ] or [ ] button to adjust them.
* Cannot set time to date after year 2037.
OSD Transparency
Adjust OSD transparency.
• {Off} - Transparency off.
• {1-100} - Transparency level 1-100.
Schedule
This function allows you to program up to 7 (seven)
different scheduled time intervals for the display to
activate.
Power Save
Mode 1 [TCP off, WOL on, auto off]
Mode 2 [TCP off, WOL on, auto on/off]
Mode 3 [TCP on, WOL off, auto on/off]
Mode 4 [TCP on, WOL off, no auto on/off]
Schedule
Schedule list
1
Power save modes
Mode 1:DC off -> Power off. LED: Red.
Power Save -> Power off, LED: Red
Mode 2:DC off -> Power off, LED: Red.
Power Save -> Power Saving.
LED: Orange. Can be wake up.
Mode 3:DC off -> Back light off, LED: Red
Power Save -> Back light off,
LED: Orange. Can be wake up.
Mode 4:DC off -> Back light off, LED: Red
Power Save -> Will not enter power save
mode. show “no signal” only.
Enable
Start time
End time
Input
Playlist
Days of the week
Every week
Back
SAVE
Schedule list:You can set 7 schedules.
• Enable: Enable/disable schedule. If set
start/end time is conflict or empty, input is
empty or time conflict with other schedule
list, you cannot enable schedule.
• Start time: Set start time.
• End time: Set end time.
• Input: Platform will go to this select source
automatically after the schedule on.
• Play list: 1 - 7: playback File1 - File7 of
playlist automatically, only media player, pdf
player and browser can set.
• Days of the week: Set Sunday,
Monday,Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday.
• Every week: Set lifecycle.
• Back: Does not change schedule data.
• Save: Save schedule data.
RCU Power
Button Off
Mode 1 [TCP off,
WOL on, auto off]
Mode 2 [TCP off,
WOL on, auto on/
off] (gary out)
Mode 3 [TCP off,
WOL off, auto on/
off]
Mode 4 [TCP off,
WOL off, no auto
on/off]
No Signal
WoL
Android
(ARM)
DC OFF
DC OFF
V
ARM OFF
DC OFF
When signal is
back, system wake
up
V
ARM OFF
Backlight OFF
Backlight OFF
X
ARM OFF
Backlight OFF
Backlight ON,
show no signal
X
ARM OFF
* This product does not suppor t Mode 2
Following table is the action for Android board with
different power mode.
DC off/on: press power button by RC
HDMI with One Wire
CEC control.
• {Off} - Disable CEC.(Default)
• {On} - Enable CEC.
Language
Select the language used in the OSD menu.
The options are: English/Deutsch/ 简体中文 /
Français/Italiano/Español/ Pyccкий/Polski/Türkçe/
繁體中文 .
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Power mode in OSD
Mode 1/2
DC off
shutdown
DC on
Boot up
Mode 3/4
1.The cur rent source APK
(such as MediaPlayer,
Broswer, PDF or Smar
tCMS) will be closed.
2.Android system will go to
the default black launcher.
1.Android system reboots
Auto FW Update
Setup Android FW auto background update
time.
NOTE: When Auto FW update is not OFF,
display
will work under Mode3 for FW update, but OSD
item will not change.
Advanced option reset
Reset all settings except {Date and Time} in
the Advanced option menu to factory preset
values.
1. Press [OK] or [ ] button to enter the
submenu.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to select {Reset}
and press the [OK] button to restore settings
to factory preset values.
3. Press the [ ] button or select {Cancel} and
press the [OK] button to cancel and then
return to the previous menu.
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7.
Supported Media Formats
USB Multimedia Codec Formats
Video Decode
Video
Codec
Container
Decode
MPEG1/2
MPEG1/2
MPEG program stream (.DAT, .VOB,
.MPG, .MPEG)
MPEG transpor t stream (.ts, .trp, .tp)
MP4 (.mp4, .mov)
3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) AVI (.avi)
MKV (.mkv)
V
Max Resolution:
1080P@60fps
Max Bit Rats: 40Mbps
MPEG-4
MPEG-4
MP4 (.mp4, .mov)
3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) AVI (.avi)
MKV (.mkv)
V
Max Resolution:
1080P@60fps
Max Bit Rats: 40Mbps
H.263
H.263
FLV (.flv)
AVI (.avi)
V
Max Resolution:
1080P@60fps
Max Bit Rats: 40Mbps
H.264
FLV (.flv)
MP4 (.mp4, .mov)
3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) MPEG transport
stream (.ts, .trp, .tp)
ASF (.asf) WMV (.wmv) AVI (.avi)
MKV (.mkv)
V
Max Resolution:
1080P@60fps
Max Bit Rats: 135Mbps
4k2k@30fps
H.265
H.265
MP4 (.mp4, .mov)
3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp) MPEG transport
stream (.ts, .trp, .tp)
MKV (.mkv)
V
Max Resolution:
4K2K@60fps
Max Bit Rats: 100Mbps
GOOGLE
VP8
VP8
MKV (.mkv) WebM (.webm)
V
Max Resolution:
1080P@30fps
Max Bit Rats: 20Mbps
Motion
JPEG
MJPEG
AVI (.avi)
3GPP (.3gpp, .3gp)
MP4 (.mp4, .mov) MKV (.mkv)
V
Max Resolution:
1920*1080 @30fps
Max Bit Rats: 40Mbps
Type
H.264
Encode
Channel
Remark
Audio Decode
Type
Audio Codec
Container
Decode
MPEG
Audio
MPEG1/2/2.5 Audio
Layer1/2/3
MP3
V
Windows
Media
Audio
WMA Version 7, 8,
9,10 pro M0, 10Pro
M1, M10 Pro M2
Decode: WMA
AAC Audio
MAIN, ADIF ,ATDS
Header AAC-LC and
AAC-HE
File Format: AAC, M4A
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Encode
Channel
Remark
2
Bit Rate: 8kbps~320Kbps
Sampling Rate:
16KHZ~48KHz
V
2
Bit Rate: 8kbps~768Kbps
Sampling Rate: 8KHZ~96
(M10)KHz
Non-support LBR
V
5.1
Bit Rate: N/A
Sampling Rate:
8KHZ~48KHz
Image Decode
Type
Image Codec
Photo
Decode
JPEG
JFIF file format 1.02
File Format: JPG, JPEG
BMP
BMP
PNG
PNG
Encode
Channel
Remark
V
2
Max Resolution: 7000 x 7000
The limitation of max resolution
depends on DRAM
File Format: BMP
V
2
Max Resolution: 15360 x 8640
The limitation of max resolution
depends on DRAM
File Format: PNG
V
5.1
Max Resolution: 15360 x 8640
The limitation of max resolution
depends on DRAM
NOTES:
• Sound or video may not work if the contents have a standard bit rate/frame rate above the compatible
Frame/sec listed in the table above.
• Video content with a Bit rate or Frame rate larger than the rate specified in the table above can cause
choppy video during playback.
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8.
Input mode
VGA Resolution:
Active Resolution
Standard
Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
VGA
640
WVGA
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
480
60 Hz
72 Hz
75 Hz
25.175 MHz
31.5 MHz
31.5 MHz
4:3
Video Graphic Array
720
400
70 Hz
33.75 MHz
16:9
SVGA
800
600
Super VGA
1024
768
WXGA
WXGA
SXGA
WXGA
WXGA
UXGA
HD1080
1280
1280
1280
1360
1366
1600
1920
768
800
1024
768
768
1200
1080
40 MHz
49.5 MHz
65 MHz
78.75 MHz
79.5 MHz
79.5 MHz
108 MHz
85.5 MHz
85.5 MHz
162 MHz
148.5 MHz
4:3
XGA
60 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
Wide Video Graphic
Array
4:3
5:3
16:10
5:4
16:9
16:9
4:3
16:9
Extended Graphic
Array
Wide XGA
Wide XGA
Super XGA
Wide XGA
Wide XGA
Ultra XGA
HD1080
Note: 1280x768@60Hz can be suppor ted but not shown in EDID table.
SD Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
480i
480p
576i
576p
HD Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720
480
720
480
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720p
1280
720
1080i
1920
1080
1080p
1920
1080
2160p
(HDMI only)
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
29.97 Hz
59.94 Hz
25 Hz
50 Hz
13.5 MHz
27 MHz
13.5 MHz
27 MHz
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
74.25 MHz
16:9
74.25 MHz
16:9
148.5 MHz
16:9
50 Hz
60 Hz
25 Hz
30 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
30 Hz
3840
2160
50 Hz
60 Hz
297 MHz
594 MHz
Aspect Ratio
4:3
4:3
16:9
Note: OPS/DisplayPort support 3840x2160@30Hz.
• The PC text quality is optimum in HD 1080 mode (1920 x 1080, 60Hz).
• Your PC display screen might appear different depending on the manufacturer (and your par ticular version of Windows).
• Check your PC instruction book for information about connecting your PC to a display.
• If a ver tical and horizontal frequency-select mode exists, select 60Hz (ver tical) and 31.5KHz (horizontal). In some cases,
abnormal signals (such as stripes) might appear on the screen when the PC power is turned off (or if the PC is disconnected). If
so, press the [INPUT] button to enter the video mode. Also, make sure that the PC is connected.
• When horizontal synchronous signals seem irregular in RGB mode, check PC power saving mode or cable connections.
• The display settings table complies to the IBM/VESA standards, and based on the analog input.
• The best timing for the ver tical frequency to each mode is 60Hz.
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9.
Cleaning and Troubleshooting
9.1. Cleaning
When Using the Display
• Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the display. The top of the
display is usually very hot due to the high temperature of exhaust air being released through the
ventilation holes. Burns or personal injuries may occur if any body parts are brought too close. Placing
any object near the top of the display could also result in heat related damage to the object as well as
the display itself.
• Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the display. Moving the display with its cables attached
may damage the cables and thus cause fire or electric shock.
• Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before carrying out any type of
cleaning or maintenance procedure.
Front Panel Cleaning Instructions
• The front of the display has been specially treated. Wipe the surface gently using only a cleaning cloth
or a soft, lint-free cloth.
• If the surface becomes dirty, soak a soft, lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to
remove excess liquid. Wipe the surface of the display to remove dirt. Then use a dry cloth of the same
type to dry.
• Do not scratch or hit the surface of the panel with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners.
Cabinet Cleaning Instructions
• If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
• If the cabinet is extremely dirty, soak a lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to
remove as much moisture as possible. Wipe the cabinet. Use another dry cloth to wipe over until the
surface is dry.
• Do not allow any water or detergent to come into contact with the surface of the display. If water or
moisture gets inside the unit, operating problems, electrical and shock hazards may result.
• Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
• Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners on the cabinet.
• Do not place anything made from rubber or PVC near the cabinet for any extended periods of time.
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9.2. Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
No picture is displayed
1. The power cord is disconnected. 1. Plug in the power cord.
2. The main power switch on
2. Make sure the power switch is
the back of the display is not
switched on.
switched on.
3. Connect a signal connection to
3. The selected input has no
the display.
connection.
4. The display is in standby mode.
Interference displayed on the
display or audible noise is
heard
Caused by surrounding electrical
appliances or fluorescent lights.
Move the display to another location
to see is the interference is reduced.
Color is abnormal
The signal cable is not connected
properly.
Make sure that the signal cable is
attached firmly to the back of the
display.
Picture is distorted with
abnormal patterns
1. The signal cable is not connected 1. Make sure that the signal cable
properly.
is attached firmly.
2. Check the video signal source
2. The input signal is beyond the
to see if it is beyond the range
capabilities of the display.
of the display. Please verify its
specifications with this display’s
specification section.
Display image doesn’t fill up
the full size of the screen
Zoom mode is not correctly set.
Can hear sound, but no
picture
Improperly connected source signal Make sure that both video inputs
cable.
and sound inputs are correctly
connected.
Use the Zoom mode or Custom
zoom function in the Screen menu
to fine tune display geometry and
time frequency parameter.
Can see picture but no sound 1. Improperly connected source
is heard
signal cable.
2. Volume is turned all the way
down.
3. [MUTE] is turned on.
4. No external speaker connected.
1. Make sure that both video inputs
and sound inputs are correctly
connected.
2. Press [VOL +] or [VOL -] button
to hear sound.
3. Switch MUTE off by using the
[MUTE] button.
4. Connect external speakers and
adjust the volume to a suitable
level.
Some picture elements do not Some pixels of the display may not
light up
turn on.
This display is manufactured using
an extremely high level of precision
technology: however, sometimes
some pixels of the display may not
display. This is not a malfunction.
After-Images can still be
A still picture is displayed for an
seen on the display after
over extended period of time
the display is powered off.
(Examples of still pictures
include logos, video games,
computer images, and images
displayed in 4:3 normal mode)
Do not allow a still image to be
displayed for an extended period of
time as this can cause a permanent
after-image to remain on the
display.
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10. Technical Specifications
Display:
Item
Screen Size (Active Area)
Aspect Ratio
Number of Pixels
Pixel Pitch
Displayable Colors
Brightness
Contrast Ratio (Typical)
Viewing Angle
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Internal Speakers
Audio Output
Audio Input
RS232C
RJ-45
RCA R/L x 1
3.5mm phone jack x 1
2.5mm Phone jack x 2
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin)
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack x 4 (Type A)
(19 pin)
VGA Input
D-SUB jack (15pin)
Displayport Input
Displayport Jack x 1
(20 pin)
General:
Item
Power Input
Power Consumption (Max)
Power Consumption (typ.)
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
Dimensions (Without Stand) [W x H x D]
Weight (Without Stand)
Gross Weight (Without Stand)
Specifications
163.9 cm / 64.5 inch
16:9
3840 (H) x 2160 (V)
0.372 (H) x 0.372 (V) [mm]
10 bits(D), 1.07 Billion colors
350 cd/m²
4000:1
178 degrees
Specifications
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/8Ω
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
RS232C in/RS232C out
10/100 LAN Port
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:Video: 720p, 1080p, 3840 × 2160/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio: 48 KHz / 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
Digital RGB:TMDS (Video)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V:TTL (2.2kΩ),
MAX: 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:Video: 720p, 1080p, 3840 × 2160/30 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio: 48 KHz / 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
Specifications
100 - 240V~, 50 - 60Hz, 3.5A
295 W
165 W
<0.5 W
1458.7 x 834.7 x 81.6 mm
24.8 Kg
34.84 Kg
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Environmental Condition:
Item
Operational
Temperature
Storage
Operational
Humidity
Storage
Operational
Altitude
Storage
Specifications
0 ~ 40°C
-20 ~ 60°C
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
0 ~ 3,000 m
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Type
Input
Impedance
Output Sound Pressure
Frequency Response
Specifications
1 Way 1 Speaker
10 W (RMS)
8Ω
82 dB/W/M
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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11. RS232 Protocol
11.1. Introduction
This document describes the hardware interface spec and software protocols of RS232 interface
communication between ViewSonic Commercial TV / Digital Signage and PC or other control unit with
RS232 protocol.
The protocol contains three sections command:
• Set-Function
• Get-Function
• Remote control pass-through mode
* In the document below, “PC” represents all the control units that can send or receive the RS232 protocol
command.
11.2. Description
11.2.1.Hardware specification
Viewsonic TV communication port on the rear side:
(1) Connector type: DSUB 9-Pin Male
(2) Pin Assignment
Male DSUB 9-Pin
(outside view)
[Special case] 2.5mm barrel
connector
Pin #
Signal
Remark
1
NC
2
RXD
Input to Commercial TV or DS
3
TXD
Output from Commercial TV or DS
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
frame
GND
* Use of crossover (null modem) cable required for use with PC
Pin #
Signal
Remark
Tip
TXD
Output from Commercial TV or DS
Ring
RXD
Input to Commercial TV or DS
Sleeve
GND
11.2.2.Communication Setting
- Baud Rate Select: - Data bits: - Parity: - Stop Bits: 9600bps (fixed)
8 bits (fixed)
None (fixed)
1 (fixed)
11.2.3.Command Message Reference
PC sends to Monitor command packet followed by “CR”. Every time PC sends control command to the
Monitor, the Monitor shall respond as follows:
1. If the message is received correctly it will send “+” (02Bh) followed by “CR” (00Dh)
2. If the message is received incorrectly it will send “-” (02Dh) followed by “CR” (00Dh)
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11.3. Protocol
11.3.1.Set-Function Listing
The PC can control the TV/DS for specific actions. The Set-Function command allows you to control the TV/
DS behavior in a remote site through the RS232 port. The Set-Function packet format consists of 9 bytes.
Set-Function description:
Length:
Total Byte of Message excluding “CR”.
TV/DS IDIdentification for each of TV/DS (01~98; default is 01)
If we want to set all TV/DS settings, use the TV/DS ID “99”, and it will not have Reply
command on this function.
The TV/DS ID can be set via the OSD menu for each TV/DS set.
Command TypeIdentify command type,
“s” (0x73h) : Set Command
“+” (0x2Bh) : Valid command Reply
“-“ (0x2Dh) : Invalid command Reply
Command:
Function command code: One byte ASCII code.
Value[1~3]:
Three bytes ASCII that defines the value.
CR
0x0D
Set-Function format
Send: (Command Type=”s”)
Name
Length
ID
Byte Count
Bytes order
1 Byte
1
2 Byte
2~3
Command
Command
Type
1 Byte
1 Byte
4
5
Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
1 Byte
6
1 Byte
7
1 Byte
8
1 Byte
9
NOTE: For VT2405LED-1 and VT3205LED, the set “Power on” command is the exception
Reply: (Command Type=”+” or “-”)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Type
Byte Count 1 Byte
2 Byte
1 Byte
Bytes order
1
2~3
4
CR
1 Byte
5
NOTE: 1.The reply for “Power on” command is the exception for VT2405LED-1 and VT3205LED.
It’s 0x322B0D ( 2+<CR>).
2. When PC applies command to all displays (ID=99), only the #1 set needs to reply by the name of ID=1.
Example1: Set Brightness as 76 for TV-02 and this command is valid
Send (Hex Format)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command Value1
Value2
Type
0x30
0x38
0x73
0x24
0x30
0x37
Hex
0x32
Reply (Hex Format)
Name
Length
ID
Hex
0x34
0x30
0x32
Command
Type
CR
0x2B
0x0D
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Value3
CR
0x36
0x0D
Example2: Set Brightness as 176 for TV-02 and this command is NOT valid Send (Hex Format)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
Type
0x30
0x38
0x73
0x24
0x31
0x37
0x36
0x0D
Hex
0x32
Reply (Hex Format)
Name
Length
ID
Hex
0x34
0x30
0x32
Command
Type
CR
0x2D
0x0D
Set function table:
Basic function
Set Function
Length
ID
Command
Command
Type (ASCII) Code (ASCII)
Value Range
Code (Hex)
Comments
(Three ASCII bytes)
Power on/off
(standby)
8
s
!
21
000: STBY
001: ON
Input Select
8
s
“
22
000: TV
001: AV
002: S-Video
003: YPbPr
004: HDMI1
014: HDMI2
024: HDMI3
034: HDMI4
1. N
o need for USB
2. For the case of two more
same sources, the 2nd
digital is used to indicate
the extension.
3. T
he HEX of 00A is 30
30 41.
005: DVI
006: VGA1
016: VGA2
026: VGA3
007: Slot-in PC
(OPS/SDM)/HDBT
008: Internal memory
009: DP
00A:
Embedded/Main
(Android)
Brightness
8
s
$
24
000 ~ 100
Power lock
8
s
4
34
000: Unlock
001: Lock
*See note in details
Volume
8
s
5
35
000 ~ 100
900: Volume
down(-1)
901:Volume up(+1)
Mute
8
s
6
36
000: OFF
001: ON (mute)
Button lock
8
s
8
38
000: Unlock
001: Lock
*See note in details
Menu lock
8
s
>
3E
000: Unlock
001: Lock
*See note in details
000: Disable
001: Enable
002: Pass through
Disable: RCU will be no
function
Enabled: RCU controls
normally
Pass through: Display will
bypass the RC code to
connected device via the
RS232 port, but not react
itself.
Remote Control
8
s
B
42
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Optional function
Set Function
Length
ID
Command
Command
Type (ASCII) Code (ASCII)
Value Range
Code (Hex)
(Three ASCII bytes)
Contrast
8
s
#
23
000 ~ 100
Sharpness
8
s
%
25
000 ~ 100
Color
8
s
&
26
000 ~ 100
Tint
8
s
‘
27
000 ~ 100
Color mode
8
s
)
29
000: Normal
001: Warm
002: Cold
003: Personal
Surround sound
8
s
-
2D
000: Off
001: On
Bass
8
s
.
2E
000 ~ 100
Treble
8
s
/
2F
000 ~ 100
Balance
8
s
0
30
000 ~ 100
Picture Size
8
s
1
31
000: FULL (16:9)
001: NORMAL (4:3)
002: REAL (1:1)
*3.1.0
OSD language
8
s
2
32
000: English
001: French
002: Spanish
PIP-Mode
8
s
9
39
000: OFF
001: PIP(POP)
002: PBP
PIP-Sound
select
8
s
:
3A
000: Main
001: PIP(POP)
3B
000: Up
001: Down
002: Left
003: Right
PIP-Position
8
s
;
Comments
050 is central
Could be extended for
more supported languages
by model
000: TV
001: AV
002: S-Video
003: YPbPr
004: HDMI1
014: HDMI2
024: HDMI3
034: HDMI4
PIP-Input
8
s
7
37 *2.9
005: DVI
006: VGA1
016: VGA2
026: VGA3
007: Slot-in PC (OPS/
SDM)/HDBT
008: Internal memory
009: DP
00A: Embedded/Main
(Android)
Number
8
s
@
40
48
000~009
Value range is same as
SET-Input select
Key Pad
8
s
A
41
000: UP
001: DOWN
002: LEFT
003: RIGHT
004: ENTER
005: INPUT
006: MENU/(EXIT)
007: EXIT
Tiling-Mode
8
s
P
50
000: OFF
001: ON
(for video wall)
TilingCompensation
8
s
Q
51
000: OFF
001: ON
(for video wall)
Bezel width compensation
Tiling-H by V
Monitors
8
s
R
52
01x~09x: H
0x1~0x9: V
(for video wall)
1. 2nd digital for H monitors
2. 3rd digital for V monitors
Tiling-Position
8
s
S
53
001~025
(for Video wall)
Copy the screen of
Position# to identified
display
Date: Year
8
s
V
56
Y17~Y99
Last 2 digits
(20)17~(20)99
Date: Month
8
s
V
56
M01~M12
2 digits
Date: Day
8
s
V
56
D01~D31
2 digits
Time: Hour
8
s
W
57
H00~H23
24-hr format. 2 digits.
Time: Min
8
s
W
57
M00~M59
2 digits
Time: Sec
8
s
W
57
S00~S59
2 digits
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11.3.2.Get-Function Listing
The PC can interrogate the TV/DS for specific information. The Get-Function packet format consists of 9
bytes which is similar to the Set-Function packet structure. Note that the “Value” byte is always = 000
Get-Function description:
Length:
Total Byte of Message excluding “CR”.
TV/DS ID
Identification for each of TV/DS (01~98; default is 01).
Command TypeIdentify command type,
“g” (0x67h) : Get Command
“r” (0x72h) : Valid command Reply
“-“ (0x2Dh) : Invalid command Reply
Command:
Function command code: One byte ASCII code.
Value[1~3]:
Three bytes ASCII that defines the value.
CR0x0D
Get-Function format
Send: (Command Type=”g”)
Name
Length
ID
Byte Count
Bytes order
1 Byte
1
2 Byte
2~3
Command
Command
Type
1 Byte
1 Byte
4
5
Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
1 Byte
6
1 Byte
7
1 Byte
8
1 Byte
9
NOTE: “Power STBY status” is the exception for VT2405LED-1 and VT3205LED.
Reply: (Command Type=”r” or “-”)
If the Command is valid, Command Type =”r”
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command
Type
Byte Count 1 Byte
2 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Bytes order
1
2~3
4
5
Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
1 Byte
6
1 Byte
7
1 Byte
8
1 Byte
9
NOTE: The reply for “Power STBY status” command is the exception for VT2405LED-1 and V3205LED. It’s
0x36 72 6C 30 30 30 0D ( 6rl000<CR>).
If the Command is Not valid, Command Type=”-“
Command
Name
Length
ID
CR
Type
Byte Count 1 Byte
2 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Bytes order
1
2~3
4
5
Example1: Get Brightness from TV-05 and this comm and is valid. The Brightness value is 67.
Send (Hex Format)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
Type
0x30
0x38
0x67
0x62
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x0D
Hex
0x35
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Reply (Hex Format)
Name
Length
ID
Hex
0x38
0x30
0x35
Command
Command
Type
0x72
0x62
Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
0x30
0x36
0x37
0x0D
Example2: Get Brightness from TV-05, but the Brightness command ID is error and it is NOT in the
command table.
Send (Hex Format)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command Value1
Value2
Value3
CR
Type
0x30
0x38
0x67
0XD3
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x0D
Hex
0x35
Reply (Hex Format)
Name
Length
ID
Hex
0x34
0x30
0x35
Command
Type
CR
0x2D
0x0D
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Get function table:
Basic function
Get Function
Length
ID
Command
Response Range
Command
Type
Code (ASCII)
Code (Hex)
(Three ASCII bytes)
Comments
Get-Contrast
8
g
a
61
000 ~ 100
Gets Contrast value
Get-Brightness
8
g
b
62
000 ~ 100
Gets Brightness value
Get-Sharpness
8
g
c
63
000 ~ 100
Gets Sharpness value
Get-Color
8
g
d
64
000 ~ 100
Gets Color value
Get-Tint
8
g
e
65
000 ~ 100
Gets Tint value
Get-Volume
8
g
f
66
000 ~ 100
Gets Volume value
Get-Mute
8
g
g
67
000: OFF (unmuted)
001: ON (muted)
Gets Mute ON/OFF status
Get-Input select
8
g
j
6A
000~
See Set-function table
Get-Power
status: ON/STBY
8
g
l
6C
000: STBY
001: ON
Get-Remote
control
8
g
n
6E
000 : Disable
001 : Enable
002 : Pass through
Get-Power Lock
8
g
o
6F
000 : Unlock
001 : Lock
Get-Button Lock
8
g
p
70
000 : Unlock
001 : Lock
Get-Menu Lock
8
g
q
71
000 : Unlock
001 : Lock
Get-Tiling Mode
8
g
v
76
000 : OFF
001 : ON
Get-Tiling
Compensation
8
g
w
77
000 : OFF
001 : ON
Get-Tiling H by V
monitors
8
g
x
78
01x~09x: H monitors
0x1~0x9 : V monitors
Get-Tiling
Position
8
g
y
79
000 : OFF
001~025
Get-ACK
8
g
z
7A
000
This command is used to
test the communication
link.
For specific models only
1. 2nd digital for H monitors
2.3rd digital for V monitors
Get-Thermal
8
g
0
30
000~100:
0~+100 deg C
-01~-99:
-1~-99 deg C
Get-Power on/
off log
8
g
1
31
000
(See below note)
For specific models only
Get-Date
8
g
2
32
000
(See the Set-Date
command)
For specific models only
Get- Time
8
g
3
33
000
(See the Set-Time
command)
For specific models only
Optional function
Get Function
Length
ID
Command
Type
Command
Response Range
(ASCII)
Code (ASCII)
Code (Hex)
(Three ASCII bytes)
Get-Contrast
8
g
a
61
000 ~ 100
Get-Sharpness
8
g
c
63
000 ~ 100
Get-Color
8
g
d
64
000 ~ 100
Get-Tint
8
g
e
65
000 ~ 100
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Comments
Get-PIP mode
8
g
t
74
000: OFF
001: PIP (POP)
002: PBP
Get-PIP input
8
g
u
75
000 ~
See Set-input select
Get-Tiling Mode
8
g
v
76
000: OFF
001: ON
(for Video wall)
Get-Tiling
Compensation
8
g
w
77
000: OFF
001: ON
(for Video wall)
Bezel width compensation
Get-Tiling H by V
monitors
8
g
x
78
01x~09x: H monitors
0x1~0x9: V monitors
(for Video wall)
1. 2nd digital for H monitors
2. 3rd digital for V monitors
(for Video wall)
Copy the screen of
Position# to identified
display
Get-Tiling
position
8
g
y
79
000: OFF
001~025
Get-Date: Year
8
g
2
32
Y00~Y00
Last 2 digits
(20)17~(20)99
Get-Date: Month
8
g
2
32
M00~M00
2 digits
Get-Date: Day
8
g
2
32
D00~M00
2 digits
Get-Time: Hour
8
g
3
33
H00~H00
24-hr format. 2 digits
Get-Time: Min
8
g
3
33
M00~M00
2 digits
Get-Time: Sec
8
g
3
33
S00~S00
2 digits
Get-RS232
version
8
g
6
36
001~
Version 0.0.1~9.9.9
11.3.3.Remote Control Pass-through mode
When the PC sets the TV/DS to Remote Control Pass through mode, the TV/DS will send a 7-byte packet
(followed by “CR”) in response to RCU button activation. Note, that in this mode the RCU shall have no
effect on the TV/DS function. For example: “Volume+” will not change the volume in the LCD but only sends
“Volume+” code to PC over the RS232 port.
IR Pass Through-Function format
Reply: (Command Type=”p”)
Name
Length
ID
Byte Count
Bytes order
1 Byte
1
2 Byte
2~3
Command
Type
1 Byte
4
RCU Code1
(MSB)
1 Byte
5
RCU Code2
(LSB)
1 Byte
6
CR
1 Byte
7
Example1: Remote Control pass-through when “VOL+” key is pressed for TV-05 Send (Hex Format)
Command
Name
Length
ID
Command
Value1
CR
Type
0x30
0x36
0x70
0x31
0x30
0x0D
Hex
0x35
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Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
RECALL (LAST)
INFO (DISPLAY)
ASPECT (ZOOM, SIZE)
VOLUME UP (+)
VOLUME DOWN (-)
MUTE
CHANNEL/PAGE UP (+)/
BRIGHTNESS+
CHANNEL/PAGE DOWN (-)/
BRIGHTNESSPOWER
SOURCES (INPUTS)
SLEEP
MENU
UP
DOWN
LEFT (-)
RIGHT (+)
OK (ENTER, SET)
EXIT
RED ■ (F1)
GREEN ■ (F2)
YELLOW ■ (F3)
BLUE ■ (F4)
Code (HEX)
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
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NOTE: 1.
This IR-pass-through code is different from the RCU key code.
2.
Special control sequence for POWER key under IR-pass through mode.
2-1.When TV/DS is OFF and receives the IR POWER code: TV/DS will turn itself on, then forward
the POWER code to the host via RS232.
2-2.When TV/DS is ON and receives the IR POWER code: TV/DS will forward the POWER code to
the host via RS232, then turn off itself.
2-3. When SET-POWER LOCK is enabled, the TV/DS will not respond to POWER key pressing.
3.
The VOLUME UP and VOLUME DOWN code will repeatedly output when you press and hold the keys.
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12. Other Information
Customer Support
For technical support or product service, see the table below or contact your reseller.
NOTE: You will need the product serial number.
Country/Region
Website
T = Telephone
C = CHAT ONLINE
Email
Australia
New Zealand
www.viewsonic.com.au
AUS= 1800 880 818
NZ= 0800 008 822
service@au.viewsonic.com
Canada
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-866-463-4775
service.ca@viewsonic.com
Europe
www.viewsoniceurope.com http://www.viewsoniceurope.com/eu/support/call-desk/
Hong Kong
www.hk.viewsonic.com
T= 852 3102 2900
service@hk.viewsonic.com
India
www.in.viewsonic.com
T= 1800 419 0959
service@in.viewsonic.com
Korea
ap.viewsonic.com/kr/
T= 080 333 2131
service@kr.viewsonic.com
Latin America
www.viewsonic.com/la/
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/la/
soporte/servicio-tecnico
soporte@viewsonic.com
Macau
www.hk.viewsonic.com
T= 853 2840 3687
service@hk.viewsonic.com
Middle East
ap.viewsonic.com/me/
Contact your reseller
service@ap.viewsonic.com
Puerto Rico &
Virgin Islands
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-800-688-6688 (English)
C= http://www.viewsonic.com/la/
soporte/servicio-tecnico
service.us@viewsonic.com
soporte@viewsonic.com
Singapore/
Malaysia/
Thailand
www.viewsonic.com.sg
T= 65 6461 6044
service@sg.viewsonic.com
South Africa
ap.viewsonic.com/za/
Contact your reseller
service@ap.viewsonic.com
United States
www.viewsonic.com
T= 1-800-688-6688
service.us@viewsonic.com
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Limited Warranty
ViewSonic® LCD Commercial Display
What the warranty covers:
ViewSonic warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use,
during the warranty period. If a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period, ViewSonic will, at its sole option, repair or replace the product with a like product. Replacement
product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished parts or components.
Who the warranty protects:
This warranty is valid only for the first consumer purchaser.
What the warranty does not cover:
1. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
2. Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
a. Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, unauthorized product
modification, or failure to follow instructions supplied with the product.
b. Any damage of the product due to shipment.
c. Removal or installation of the product.
d. Causes external to the product, such as electrical power fluctuations or failure.
e. Use of supplies or parts not meeting ViewSonic’s specifications.
f. Normal wear and tear.
g. Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Any product exhibiting a condition commonly known as “image burn-in” which results when a static
image is displayed on the product for an extended period of time.
4. Removal, installation, one way transportation, insurance, and set-up service charges.
How to get service:
1. For information about receiving service under warranty, contact ViewSonic Customer Support (Please
refer to Customer Support page). You will need to provide your product’s serial number.
2. To obtain warranty service, you will be required to provide (a) the original dated sales slip, (b) your
name, (c) your address, (d) a description of the problem, and (e) the serial number of the product.
3. Take or ship the product freight prepaid in the original container to an authorized ViewSonic service
center or ViewSonic.
4. For additional information or the name of the nearest ViewSonic service center, contact ViewSonic.
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Limitation of implied warranties:
There are no warranties, express or implied, which extend beyond the description contained herein including
the implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Exclusion of damages:
ViewSonic’s liability is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the product. ViewSonic shall not be liable for:
1. Damage to other property caused by any defects in the product, damages based upon inconvenience,
loss of use of the product, loss of time, loss of profits, loss of business opportunity, loss of goodwill,
interference with business relationships, or other commercial loss, even if advised of the possibility of
such damages.
2. Any other damages, whether incidental, consequential or otherwise.
3. Any claim against the customer by any other party.
4. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by ViewSonic.
Effect of state law:
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state. Some states do not allow limitations on implied warranties and/or do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
Sales outside the U.S.A. and Canada:
For warranty information and service on ViewSonic products sold outside of the U.S.A. and Canada, contact
ViewSonic or your local ViewSonic dealer.
The warranty period for this product in mainland China (Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Excluded) is subject
to the terms and conditions of the Maintenance Guarantee Card.
For users in Europe and Russia, full details of warranty provided can be found in www.viewsoniceurope.com
under Support/Warranty Information.
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Mexico Limited Warranty
ViewSonic® LCD Commercial Display
What the warranty covers:
ViewSonic warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship, under normal use, during the
warranty period. If a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship during the warranty period, ViewSonic
will, at its sole option, repair or replace the product with a like product. Replacement product or parts may include remanufactured or refurbished parts or components.
Who the warranty protects:
This warranty is valid only for the first consumer purchaser.
What the warranty does not cover:
1. Any product on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
2. Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
a. Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, unauthorized product modification, or
failure to follow instructions supplied with the product.
b. Any damage of the product due to shipment.
c. Removal or installation of the product.
d. Causes external to the product, such as electrical power fluctuations or failure.
e. Use of supplies or parts not meeting ViewSonic’s specifications.
f. Normal wear and tear.
g. Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
3. Any product exhibiting a condition commonly known as “image burn-in” which results when a static image is
displayed on the product for an extended period of time.
4. Removal, installation, one way transportation, insurance, and set-up service charges.
How to get service:
For information about receiving service under warranty, contact ViewSonic Customer Support (Please refer to the attached Customer Support page). You will need to provide your product’s serial number, so please record the product
information in the space provided below on your purchase for your future use. Please retain your receipt of proof of
purchase to support your warranty claim.
For Your Records
Product Name: _______________________
Document Number: ___________________
Purchase Date: ______________________
Model Number: ____________________________________
Serial Number: ____________________________________
Extended Warranty Purchase? ____________________(Y/N)
If so, what date does warranty expire? __________________
1. To obtain warranty service, you will be required to provide (a) the original dated sales slip, (b) your name, (c) your
address, (d) a description of the problem, and (e) the serial number of the product.
2. Take or ship the product in the original container packaging to an authorized ViewSonic service center.
3. Round trip transportation costs for in-warranty products will be paid by ViewSonic.
Limitation of implied warranties:
There are no warranties, express or implied, which extend beyond the description contained herein including the implied warranty of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Exclusion of damages:
ViewSonic’s liability is limited to the cost of repair or replacement of the product. ViewSonic shall not be liable for:
1. Damage to other property caused by any defects in the product, damages based upon inconvenience, loss of use
of the product, loss of time, loss of profits, loss of business opportunity, loss of goodwill, interference with business
relationships, or other commercial loss, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
2. Any other damages, whether incidental, consequential or otherwise.
3. Any claim against the customer by any other party.
4. Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by ViewSonic.
5.
6.
7.
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Contact Information for Sales & Authorized Service (Centro Autorizado de Servicio) within Mexico:
Name, address, of manufacturer and importers:
México, Av. de la Palma #8 Piso 2 Despacho 203, Corporativo Interpalmas,
Col. San Fernando Huixquilucan, Estado de México
Tel: (55) 3605-1099
http://www.viewsonic.com/la/soporte/index.htm
NÚMERO GRATIS DE ASISTENCIA TÉCNICA PARA TODO MÉXICO: 001.866.823.2004
Hermosillo:
Distribuciones y Servicios Computacionales SA de CV.
Calle Juarez 284 local 2
Col. Bugambilias C.P: 83140
Tel: 01-66-22-14-9005
E-Mail: disc2@hmo.megared.net.mx
Puebla, Pue. (Matriz):
RENTA Y DATOS, S.A. DE C.V. Domicilio:
29 SUR 721 COL. LA PAZ
72160 PUEBLA, PUE.
Tel: 01(52).222.891.55.77 CON 10 LINEAS
E-Mail: datos@puebla.megared.net.mx
Chihuahua
Soluciones Globales en Computación
C. Magisterio # 3321 Col. Magisterial
Chihuahua, Chih.
Tel: 4136954
E-Mail: Cefeo@soluglobales.com
Distrito Federal:
QPLUS, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Coyoacán 931
Col. Del Valle 03100, México, D.F.
Tel: 01(52)55-50-00-27-35
E-Mail : gacosta@qplus.com.mx
Guerrero Acapulco
GS Computación (Grupo Sesicomp)
Progreso #6-A, Colo Centro
39300 Acapulco, Guerrero
Tel: 744-48-32627
MERIDA:
ELECTROSER
Av Reforma No. 403Gx39 y 41
Mérida, Yucatán, México CP97000
Tel: (52) 999-925-1916
E-Mail: rrrb@sureste.com
Tijuana:
STD
Av Ferrocarril Sonora #3780 L-C
Col 20 de Noviembre
Tijuana, Mexico
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Villahermosa:
Compumantenimietnos Garantizados, S.A. de C.V.
AV. GREGORIO MENDEZ #1504
COL, FLORIDA C.P. 86040
Tel: 01 (993) 3 52 00 47 / 3522074 / 3 52 20 09
E-Mail: compumantenimientos@prodigy.net.mx
Veracruz, Ver.:
CONEXION Y DESARROLLO, S.A DE C.V.
Av. Americas # 419
ENTRE PINZÓN Y ALVARADO
Fracc. Reforma C.P. 91919
Tel: 01-22-91-00-31-67
E-Mail: gacosta@qplus.com.mx
Cuernavaca
Compusupport de Cuernavaca SA de CV
Francisco Leyva # 178 Col. Miguel Hidalgo
C.P. 62040, Cuernavaca Morelos
Tel: 01 777 3180579 / 01 777 3124014
E-Mail: aquevedo@compusupportcva.com
Guadalajara, Jal.:
SERVICRECE, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Niños Héroes # 2281
Col. Arcos Sur, Sector Juárez
44170, Guadalajara, Jalisco
Tel: 01(52)33-36-15-15-43
E-Mail: mmiranda@servicrece.com
Monterrey:
Global Product Services
Mar Caribe # 1987, Esquina con Golfo Pérsico
Fracc. Bernardo Reyes, CP 64280
Monterrey N.L. México
Tel: 8129-5103
E-Mail: aydeem@gps1.com.mx
Oaxaca, Oax.:
CENTRO DE DISTRIBUCION Y
SERVICIO, S.A. de C.V.
Murguía # 708 P.A., Col. Centro, 68000, Oaxaca
Tel: 01(52)95-15-15-22-22
Fax: 01(52)95-15-13-67-00
E-Mail. gpotai2001@hotmail.com
FOR USA SUPPORT:
ViewSonic Corporation
10 Pointe Dr. Suite 200. Brea, CA. 92821 UY.S.A
Tel: 800-688-6688
E-Mail: http://www.viewsonic.com
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