Instruction Manual
7” Digital Photo Frame
L07DPF13
Contents
Contents....................................................................................................... 3
Safety Warnings........................................................................................... 4
Unpacking.................................................................................................... 5
Product Overview........................................................................................ 6
Front & Side View.........................................................................................................6
Rear View.........................................................................................................................6
Preparations................................................................................................ 7
Attaching the Stand....................................................................................................7
Connecting to the Mains Power.............................................................................7
Inserting a Memory Card / USB Device................................................................8
Selecting the Memory Device.................................................................................8
Viewing Photos............................................................................................ 9
Viewing Thumbnails....................................................................................................9
Playing a Slideshow.....................................................................................................9
Browsing Files............................................................................................ 10
Playing a Slideshow.................................................................................................. 10
Calendar View............................................................................................ 11
Setting........................................................................................................ 11
Maintenance.............................................................................................. 12
Cleaning the Unit...................................................................................................... 12
Hints and Tips............................................................................................ 13
Specifications............................................................................................. 14
Safety Warnings
When using electrical appliances, basic
precautions should always be followed,
including the following:
• Read all the instructions and retain
this instruction manual.
• Ensure that all electrical connections
(including the mains adapter
and power cable) are properly
made and in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions.
Switch off and withdraw the mains
adapter before making or changing
connections.
• Consult your dealer if you are ever
in doubt about the installation,
operation or safety of your unit.
• Do not allow the unit to be exposed
to dripping or splashing.
• Never store in hot or very cold
areas. Recommended operating
temperature is 0~40°C.
• Do not use the unit in areas with high
moisture (e.g. bathroom) or dusty
areas.
• Do not place hot objects or naked
flame sources such as lighted candles
or night lights on or close to the unit.
High temperatures can melt plastic
and lead to fires.
• Do not obstruct the ventilation
openings of the unit with items such
as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains,
etc. Overheating will cause damage
and shorten the life of the unit.
• Do not handle the power cable with
wet hands.
• Be careful with the LCD panels on
the unit.
• Only use attachments/accessories
specified by the manufacturer.
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• When the unit is not in use or
unattended for a long period of time,
disconnect it from the mains socket.
• Do not remove any fixed cover as this
may expose dangerous voltages.
• Do not continue to operate the unit if
you are in any doubt about it working
normally, or if it is damaged in any
way - switch off, withdraw the mains
adapter and consult your dealer.
• Never let anyone especially children
push anything into holes, slots or
any other opening on the case - this
could result in a fatal electrical shock.
• Route the power cable so that it is
not likely to be walked on, crushed,
chafed, or subjected to excessive
wear, tear or heat.
Note about LCD screen
The LCD screen is manufactured using
high-precision technology. However,
some tiny black points and/or bright
points (red, blue or green in colour) may
constantly appear on the LCD screen.
These points are generated in the
manufacturing process and are normal.
Thank you
for purchasing your new Logik Digital Photo
Frame.
We recommend that you spend some time reading this instruction
manual in order that you fully understand all the operational
features it offers. You will also find some hints and tips to help you
resolve any issues.
Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this
instruction manual for future reference.
Unpacking
Remove all items from the packaging. Retain the packaging. If you dispose
of it please do so according to local regulations.
The following items are included:
Main Unit
Photo Frame Stand
Mains Adapter
Instruction Manual
If items are missing or damaged, please contact Partmaster (UK only).
Tel: 0844 800 3456 for assistance.
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Product Overview
Front & Side View
1. LCD Display
2. SD / MMC / MS Card Slot
3. USB Port
1
4. DC IN Socket
2
3
4
Rear View
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2
3
1.
2.
MENU
Button
Buttons
• Navigate left/right on the
menu screen and adjust
certain settings.
• Skip to the next or previous
photo.
Buttons
• Navigate up/down on the
menu screen and adjust
certain settings.
• Rotate a photo.
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4
Button
• Start/pause/resume
slideshow.
• Confirm selection.
3. Menu Button
Enter and exit the menu.
4. Stand receptacle
Attach the supplied stand.
Preparations
Attaching the Stand
1. Screw the stand into the stand receptacle.
2. Once the stand is fixed, you can choose to display your unit in a
landscape or portrait position.
MENU
K
MENU
K
Landscape Position
Portrait Position
3. To take off the stand, unscrew it from the stand receptacle.
Connecting to the Mains Power
1. Connect the supplied mains adapter to the unit, and then plug into the
mains socket.
to switch the unit on/off.
DC IN
2. Press
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Inserting a Memory Card / USB Device
The unit can only display one memory device’s
contents at a time. If more than one memory
device is connected, press MENU to select the
desired device to be displayed in the main menu.
MMC
SD
This frame can only play images (JPEG). If files
in other formats are played, please use your
computer to convert the images to a readable
format.
• The unit can only play image (JPEG file format) in USB or CARD operation.
• If your USB device or memory card is loaded with images but the display keeps
showing “Format not supported” on the display, the format of your USB device
or memory card might not be compatible with the unit.
• This unit supports USB versions 1.1 and 2.0.
• The unit can support USB devices and memory cards with up to 32GB of
memory.
• The unit may not be compatible with all USB devices and memory cards, this is
not an indication of a problem with the unit.
Selecting the Memory Device
1. When a memory device is inserted into the unit,
the frame will automatically start the slideshow.
Photo
2. Press MENU to exit the slideshow, and return to
the thumbnails.
3. Press MENU again to enter the memory device’s
Photo screen.
4. Press MENU again to enter the memory devices
screen. All connected memory devices will be
displayed.
to select the desired memory device,
5. Press
then press
to confirm.
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USB
USB
USB
Memory
SD/MMC
Viewing Photos
Viewing Thumbnails
In Photo screen, the photos on the selected
memory device can be displayed on the screen as
thumbnails.
Photo
to select Photo and press
to
1. Press
confirm. The photos are displayed on the screen
as thumbnails.
0001.JPG
2. To navigate through the thumbnails or move to
the next or previous page of thumbnails, press
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3. Press and hold MENU to show the tool menu.
Delete File
Delete a selected photo.
Exit
Exit the tool menu.
4. Press MENU to exit.
Playing a Slideshow
In thumbnail screen, select any photo and then press
slideshow from the current photo.
to start a
. To resume
•
To pause the slideshow and view a single photo, press
again.
the slideshow, press
•
Press MENU to exit the slideshow and view the photos in thumbnails.
While in pause mode:
•
Press
to skip to previous or next photo.
•
Press
to rotate a photo clockwise or counterclockwise.
•
Press and hold MENU to show the tool menu.
Rotate
Rotate a photo clockwise.
Zoom
Zoom in on a photo.
Exit
Exit the tool menu.
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Browsing Files
1. Press
to select File and press
to
confirm. The file names are displayed on the
screen as playlist.
File
to select the desired file name, and the
2. Press
selected photo file will be previewed and file
information displayed.
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0001.JPG
0002.JPG
0003.JPG
3. Press and hold MENU to show the tool menu.
Delete File
Delete a selected file.
Exit
Exit the tool menu.
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4. Press MENU to exit.
Playing a Slideshow
In playlist screen, select a file name and then press
from the current photo.
to start a slideshow
•
To pause the slideshow and view a single photo, press
the slideshow, press
again.
•
Press MENU to exit the slideshow.
. To resume
While in pause mode:
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•
Press
to skip to previous or next photo.
•
Press
to rotate a photo clockwise or counterclockwise.
•
Press and hold MENU to show the tool menu.
Rotate
Rotate a photo clockwise.
Zoom
Zoom in on a photo.
Exit
Exit the tool menu.
Calendar View
1. Press
to select
confirm.
Calendar and press
to
Calendar
2. Display will show time/calendar with photo
slideshow of the selected memory device.
to highlight selected date and to
3. Press
preview next/previous month calendar.
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MON
TUE
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3
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4. Press MENU to exit.
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
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Setting
The Setup menu lets you customise and configure
your unit.
to select Setup and then press
1. Press
confirm. The Setup menu will be displayed.
Setup
to
to select a setting item, then press
2. Press
to confirm.
to select a setting option or press
3. Press
to adjust setting, then press
to
then
confirm.
Language
English
Slide Mode
French
Slide Speed
Italian
Slide Effect
German
Spanish
Photo Effect
Photo Mode
Display
4. Press MENU to return to the Setup menu.
Language
Select the display language.
Slide Mode
Select the number of photo frames shown at
once.
Slide Speed
Select the interval time for slideshow.
Slide Effect
Select photo display effect.
Photo Effect
Select photo colour effect.
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Photo Mode
Select the aspect ratio of the viewing screen.
Display
Adjust the contrast, brightness, saturation and
tint of the photo display.
Set Time / Date
Set the time and date.
Set Time Format
Select the time format.
Auto Power On
• Select to enable / disable auto power on.
• Set auto power on time.
Auto Power Off
• Select to enable / disable auto power off.
• Set auto power off time.
Format Built-in
Memory
Select to format and delete all photos in Built-in
Memory.
Reset Setting
Select to reset all settings to default.
Exit
Exit the Setup menu.
Maintenance
Cleaning the Unit
Ensure the unit is fully unplugged from the mains socket before cleaning.
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To clean the unit, wipe the case with a slightly moist, lint-free cloth.
•
Do not use any cleaning fluids containing alcohol, ammonia or
abrasives.
•
Do not spray aerosol at or near the unit.
Hints and Tips
If a problem occurs, it may often be due to something very minor. The
following table contains various tips:
Problem
Solution
No power
• Ensure the mains cable is connected securely at
both ends.
• Make sure that the ON mode is selected.
The image is
distorted or
blurred
• Resolution of the image is too low. Try playing a
file with a higher resolution.
Photo display
seems slow
• Use lower resolution photos.
The unit does
not respond
when pressing
any buttons
• The unit may freeze up during use. Switch the
unit off and then on again at the mains socket to
reset the unit.
USB & Memory Card
Unable to insert
USB device or
memory card
• Insert the USB device or memory card the other
way round.
Cannot play
some files from
USB device or
memory card
• Check the file format.
• Only JPEG file formats are supported.
• Check if the USB device or memory card is
compatible.
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Specifications
Model
L07DPF13
Power
Power Supply
Input: AC 100-240V ~50/60Hz 0.2A
Output: DC 5V 1.0A
Power Consumption
3.5 W
Feature
Display
Digital LCD, TFT
Panel Size
7 inches
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Contrast
400-500:1
Brightness
200-300 cd/m2
Resolution
480 x 234 pixels
Connectivity
USB 2.0 x 1, SD Card Reader x 1
Supported Peripheral
Devices
SD, SDHC, MMC, MS
Supported File Format
JPEG
Dimension
204.5mm(W) x 23.2mm(D) x 143.4mm(H)
Weight
0.58kg
Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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