LG | N2210WZ | LG N2210WZ-BF Owner’s Manual

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OWNER'S MANUAL
NETWORK MONITOR
Please read the safety information carefully before using the product.
Network Monitor Model
N2210WZ
www.lg.com
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Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
English
ENG
3
ASSEMBLING AND
PREPARING
22 TROUBLESHOOTING
3
Unpacking
4
Parts and buttons
24 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
6
Setting Up the Monitor set
6
- Attaching the Stand Base
6
- Detaching the stand base
7
- Adjusting the stand height
7
- Adjusting the angle
8
- Mounting on a table
8
- Using the Kensington locking device
9
- Detaching the stand body
9
- Swivel stand
9
- Installing the wall mount plate
10
- Mounting on a wall
11
USING THE MONITOR SET
11
Connecting Input Signal Cable
11
- D-SUB IN connection - PC
11
- D-SUB OUT connection - PCoIP
12
- DVI connection - PCoIP
13
Connecting LAN/Peripherals
13
- LAN connection - PCoIP
14
- Peripheral device connection
15
- Self Image Adjustment
16 CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
16
Accessing The Main Menus
17
MENU Settings
17
- Picture
18
- Color
19
- Display
19
- Volume (Only supported in PCoIP)
20
- Others
21
AUTO Settings : D-SUB Input
21
-/ /- Settings : PCoIP Input
25
Preset Mode
25
Power Indicator
26 PROPER POSTURE
26
Proper posture for using the monitor
27 USING PCOIP SOLUTION
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
ENG
English
Unpacking
Please check whether all the components are included in the box before using the product. If there are
missing components, contact the retail store where you purchased the product. Note that the product and
components may look different from those shown here.
User Manual/Card
Stand Base
Power Cord
Adaptor
15-pin D-SUB Signal Cable
CAUTION
Only use an approved LG power adapter.
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Damage caused by other power adapters is not covered by warranty.
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NOTE
Note that the components may look different from those shown here.
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Without prior notice, all information and specifications in this manual are subject to change to improve
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the performance of the product.
To purchase optional accessories, visit an electronics store or online shopping site or contact the retail
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store where you purchased the product.
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Parts and buttons
English
ENG
Input Connectors
(See p.14 )
Power Indicator
yyLED On : Power is on
yyLED Off: Power is off
(Power Button)
Front Side Buttons
Input Connectors (See p.11 to 14)
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Button
MENU
5
Description
Activates the main menu.
Locks/unlocks the OSD screen.
yy To lock the OSD screen, press and hold the MENU button
for several seconds. The "OSD LOCKED" message will be
displayed and the screen will be locked.
yy To unlock the OSD screen, press and hold the MENU
button again for several seconds. The "OSD UNLOCKED"
message will be displayed and the screen will be unlocked.
VOLUME (Only PCoIP mode) Adjust the volume of the Monitor set.(See p.19)
AUTO
To adjust the monitor settings, press the AUTO button on the MONITOR SETUP OSD
menu (only supported for analog signal).
For optimal screen display, use the following resolution.
Optimal Resolution
1680 x 1050
INPUT
Allows selection of the input signal.
yy If you connect the monitor to a computer using a D-SUB cable, select either the PCoIP
or D-SUB input signal.
yy If only one computer is connected to the monitor, the input signal is detected automatically. The initial input signal is PCoIP.
EXIT
Exits the OSD menu.
(Power Button)
yy D-SUB Input: Power On/Off
yy PCoIP Input
Monitor Off: Press the power button and wait for 5 seconds.
PCoIP Off: Press the power button twice.
PCoIP On: Press the power button.
Remote PC Power Control: Press the power button for at least five seconds to turn
the PC on/off.
* To use the Remote PC Power Control function, separate settings are required for the PC.
Power Indicator
When the monitor is in operating mode, the power indicator
will turn white (on mode).
When the monitor is in power saving mode, the power indicator will blink white.
ENG
English
OSD Lock/Unlock
Functions
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
English
ENG
Setting Up the Monitor set
Detaching the stand base
Attaching the Stand Base
1 Place the monitor's screen face down.
1 Place the monitor's screen face down.
To protect the screen from scratches, cover the
surface with a soft cloth.
CAUTION
To protect the screen from scratches, cover
yy
the surface with a soft cloth.
2 Check the position (at the front and rear) of
2 Using a coin, turn the screw in the stand base
counterclockwise. Detach the stand base from
the stand body.
Stand Body
the stand body, then mount the stand base on
the stand body as shown in the figure.
Stand Body
Stand Base
Stand Base
3 Using a coin, turn the screw clockwise to secure the stand base.
Stand Base
CAUTION
The components appearing in the illustrayy
tions may look different from the actual product.
Do not carry the monitor upside-down as this
yy
may cause it to fall off its stand, resulting in
damage or injury.
To avoid damaging the screen when lifting
yy
or moving the monitor, only hold the stand or
the plastic cover. This avoids putting unnecessary pressure on the screen.
Only remove the tape and the locking pin
yy
when the monitor is mounted on the stand
base and is in an upright position. Otherwise,
the stand body may protrude, which may
lead to injury.
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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Adjusting the angle
1 Place the monitor mounted on the stand base
1 Place the monitor mounted on the stand base
2 Remove the tape attached at the bottom rear
2 Adjust the angle of the screen. The angle of the
in an upright position.
of the stand body, then pull out the locking
pin.
in an upright position.
screen can be adjusted up to 15° forwards and
5° backwards for a comfortable viewing experience.
Stand Body
‌‌
-5
15
Tape
Locking Pin
Front Side
Rear Side
3 The height can be adjusted up to 110 mm.
WARNING
110.0 mm
To avoid injury to the fingers when adjusting
yy
the screen, do not hold the lower part of the
monitor's frame as illustrated below.
CAUTION
Once the pin is removed, it is not necessary
yy
to re-insert it to adjust the height.
-5
WARNING
Do not put your finger beyy
tween the screen and the
base (chassis) when adjusting the screen's height.
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Be careful not to touch or press the screen
yy
area when adjusting the angle of the monitor.
ENG
English
Adjusting the stand height
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Mounting on a table
English
ENG
1 Lift the monitor and place it on the table in an
upright position.
Install at least 10 cm away from the wall to
ensure sufficient ventilation.
Using the Kensington locking
device
The connector for the Kensington lock is located
on the rear of the monitor.
For more information on installation and usage,
refer to the Kensington lock user manual or visit
the website at http://www.kensington.com.
Connect the monitor to the table with the Kensington lock cable.
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
2 Connect the adaptor to the monitor, then plug
the power cord into the wall outlet.
NOTE
Using the Kensington lock is optional. The
yy
accessories can be purchased at your local
electronics store.
3 Press the
(Power) button on the front of the
monitor to turn on the monitor.
CAUTION
Unplug the power cord prior to moving or
yy
installing the monitor. There is risk of electric
shock.
ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
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Installing the wall mount plate
1 Place the monitor's screen face down. To
This monitor has a VESA compatible mount on the
back. Most mounts will require an LG mounting
plate.
2 Using a screwdriver, remove the four screws
1 Place the monitor's screen face down. To
protect the screen from scratches, cover the
surface with a soft cloth.
and detach the stand from the monitor.
protect the screen from scratches, cover the
surface with a soft cloth.
2 Place the wall mount plate on the monitor and
align it with the screw holes on the monitor.
3 Using a screwdriver, tighten the four screws to
fix the plate onto the monitor.
Wall Mount Plate
Swivel stand
Image shown may differ from your Monitor
yy
set.
1 Swivel 356 degrees and adjust the angle of the
Monitor set to suit your view.
NOTE
The wall mount plate is sold separately.
yy
For more information on the installation, refer
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to the wall mount plate's installation guide.
ENG
English
Detaching the stand body
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ASSEMBLING AND PREPARING
Mounting on a wall
Model
English
ENG
Install the monitor at least 10 cm away from the
wall and leave about 10 cm of space at each side
of the monitor to ensure sufficient ventilation. Detailed installation instructions can be obtained from
your local retail store. Please refer to the manual
to install and set up a tilting wall mounting bracket.
VESA (A x B)
Stand Screw
Required Screw
Wall Mount Plate
(Optional)
CAUTION
10 cm
10 cm
N2210WZ
75 x 75
M4
4
RW120
10 cm
10 cm
If you intend to mount the Monitor set to a wall,
attach Wall mounting interface (optional parts) to
the back of the set.
When you install the Monitor set using a wall
mounting interface (optional parts), attach it
carefully so it will not drop.
1 Please, Use the screw and wall mount interface
in accordance with VESA Standards.
Unplug the power cord before moving or inyy
stalling the monitor to avoid electric shocks.
Installing the monitor on the ceiling or on a
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slanted wall may result in the monitor falling
off, which could lead to injury. Please use
a LG wall mounting bracket when using a
VESA mount. For more information, contact
your local retail store or a qualified installer.
Applying excessive force when fastening
yy
screws may cause damage to the monitor. Damage caused in this way will not be
covered by the product warranty.
Use the wall mounting bracket and screws
yy
that conform to the VESA standard. Damage caused by the use or misuse of inappropriate components will not be covered
by the product warranty.
2 If you use screw longer than standard, the
monitor might be damaged internally.
3 If you use improper screw, the product might be
damaged and drop from mounted position. In
this case, LG Electronics is not responsible for
it.
4 VESA compatible.
5 Please use VESA standard as below.
784.8 mm (30.9 inch) and under
yy
* Wall Mount Pad Thickness : 2.6 mm
* Screw : Φ 4.0 mm x Pitch 0.7 mm x
Length 10 mm
787.4 mm (31.0 inch) and above
yy
* Please use VESA standard wall mount pad
and screws.
NOTE
Use the screws specified in the VESA stanyy
dard.
The wall mount kit includes the installation
yy
guide and necessary parts.
The wall mounting bracket is optional. The
yy
accessories can be purchased at your local
retail store.
The length of the screw may differ for each
yy
wall mounting bracket. Ensure the correct
length of the screw is used.
yyFor more information, please refer to the user
manual for the wall mounting bracket.
USING THE MONITOR SET
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USING THE MONITOR SET
This monitor supports the *Plug and Play
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feature.
*Plug and Play: A feature that allows you to
add a device to your computer, without having
to reconfigure anything or install any manual
drivers.
D-SUB IN connection - PC
D-SUB OUT connection - PCoIP
OUTcan only mirror the image displayed
D-SUBRGB
OUT
on the monitor. (it does not support an extended
desktop).
Connect the monitor to the PC using the provided
15-pin D-SUB signal cable as illustrated below.
D-SUB IN transfers analog video signals from the
PC to the monitor.
Connect the monitor to the PC using the provided
15-pin D-SUB signal cable as illustrated below.
RGB IN
MONITOR
RGB OUT
NOTE
When using a Macintosh D-SUB input cable
yy
NOTE
When using this device simply as a reguyy
lar monitor through the RGB IN port, set
"PCoIP" to OFF in MENU > OTHERS to
reduce energy consumption.
Macintosh Adaptor: Use the standard Mayy
cintosh adaptor. Other commercial adaptors
may not be compatible (due to the signaling
difference).
ENG
English
Connecting Input Signal Cable
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USING THE MONITOR SET
DVI connection - PCoIP
CAUTION
English
ENG
Transfers digital video signals to another monitor.
Connect the monitor using the DVI cable as illustrated below.
This connection is used to support an extended
monitor or replicate the image displayed on the
monitor.
Connect the input signal
yy
cable and tighten in the
direction of the arrow. To
prevent disconnection
secure the cable tightly.
Do not press on the screen for a prolonged
yy
time. This may cause image distortion.
Do not display a still image on the screen
yy
for a prolonged time. This may cause image
retention. If possible, use the screen saver.
NOTE
DVI-I(D) IN
MONITOR
To connect the monitor to a computer, use
yy
the appropriate signal cable (LAN and DSUB).
A converter can be used to convert the DVI-I
yy
input signal to D-SUB input signal.
When connecting the power cord to the outyy
let, use a grounded (3-hole) multi-socket or a
grounded wall outlet.
The monitor may flicker when turned on in an
yy
area of low temperature. This is normal.
Sometimes red, green or blue spots may apyy
pear on the screen. This is normal.
USING THE MONITOR SET
Connecting LAN/Peripherals
The LAN connection transmits PCoIP signals to
the monitor. Connect the router or switch to the
monitor using a LAN cable as illustrated below.
NOTE
The LAN cable is sold separately.
yy
The following LAN cable type can be used:
yy
Standard: IEEE 802.3 ETHERNET
When connecting the Earphone Out or Line
yy
Out through the LAN, use the volume icon on
the taskbar of your PC to adjust the volume.
NOTE
Connect the LAN cable and the peripheral
yy
devices prior to booting up the PC.
LAN
Hub/Router
ENG
English
LAN connection - PCoIP
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USING THE MONITOR SET
Peripheral device connection
English
ENG
Connect peripheral devices to the monitor using
USB, headphone, speaker, and microphone ports.
NOTE
Peripheral devices are sold separately.
yy
The USB ports on the left and bottom of the
yy
monitor can be used to connect the keyboard, mouse, and other USB devices.
Cables with angled plugs may have clearyy
ance issues, use straight plugs when possible.
Angle Type
Left
Straight Type
NOTE
Headphones, speakers or microphone may
yy
not work normally, depending on the server
PC settings.
Virtual solutions may affect the functions or
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speed of the specific USB storage device.
Bottom
USING THE MONITOR SET
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Self Image Adjustment
NOTE
What is "Self Image Adjustment"? This funcyy
tion runs when the monitor is connected for
the first time and performs automatic image
adjustment for each signal (only available for
analog [D-SUB input] signals) to provide an
optimal screen display.
ENG
English
Press the power button on the front to turn on
the monitor. When powered on, the "Self Image
Adjustment" function will run automatically (only
available for analog [D-SUB input] signals).
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
English
ENG
Accessing The Main Menus
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2 Press to select the desired menu item.
3 To change the settings of the selected item press the buttons on the front of the monitor.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the up arrow (
) button.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
Front Side Buttons
MENU (See p.17)
Sets the screen options.
VOLUME (See p.19)
Sets the volume.
(See p.21)
AUTO /
Optimizes the resolution.
/ Disconnects from the server.
EXIT(See p.5)
Exits the OSD menu.
INPUT (See p.5)
Sets the external input.
NOTE
Different menu items are enabled depending on the type of input signal.
D-SUB Input: MENU, AUTO, INPUT, EXIT
yy
PCoIP Input: MENU, VOLUME, , INPUT, EXIT
yy
The language of the monitor's OSD menu and that of the OSD menu illustrated in the CD-ROM
yy
manual may be different. CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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MENU Settings
ENG
English
Picture
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu. 2 Press the MENU button to display the options in the
OSD menu.
3 Set the options by pressing the buttons on the front
of the monitor.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button. Each option is explained below.
Analog
(D-SUB)
PCoIP
BRIGHTNESS
●
●
Sets the brightness of the screen.
CONTRAST
●
●
Sets the contrast of the screen.
SHARPNESS
●
●
Sets the sharpness of the screen.
Menu
Description
yyAnalog: D-SUB (analog signal) input.
PCoIP: Internal signal through the LAN.
NOTE
If the screen is not displayed properly after adjusting the settings, use the "FACTORY RESET"
yy
option to revert back to the factory default settings. If necessary, enable the "WHITE BALANCE"
option again. This option is enabled only for analog (D-SUB) signals.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Color
English
ENG
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu. 2 Press the MENU button to display the options in the
OSD menu.
3 Set the options by pressing the buttons on the front
of the monitor.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button. Each option is explained below.
Menu
COLOR TEMP
Analog
(D-SUB)
PCoIP
●
●
PRESET
●
USER
GAMMA
●
Description
Allows PRESET or USER to be selected.
sRGB
Sets the screen color according to the sRGB color
standard.
WARM
Sets the screen color to a reddish tone.
MEDIUM
Sets the screen color between the reddish and bluish
tone.
COOL
Sets the screen color to a bluish tone.
●
●
You can customize the picture color using Red, Green, and Blue
colors.
●
●
Sets the clarity of the screen.
The gamma value can be set to 0, 1 or 2, from darker to brighter
screen colors respectively.
Analog: D-SUB (analog signal) input.
yy
PCoIP: Internal signal through the LAN.
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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Display
ENG
English
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2 Press the MENU button to display the options in the
OSD menu.
3 Set the options by pressing the buttons on the front
of the monitor.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button. Each option is explained below.
Analog
(D-SUB)
PCoIP
HORIZONTAL
●
x
Moves the display area left or right.
VERTICAL
●
x
Moves the display area up or down.
●
x
If vertical lines are shown on the screen, adjust the frequency to minimize the lines and adjust the screen's horizontal width.
●
x
Adjusts the focus of the screen's image.
Use when frequencies are shown on the screen or when the text appears overlapped. For optimal results, use this option after adjusting
the "CLOCK" option.
Menu
CLOCK
PHASE
Description
Analog: D-SUB (analog signal) input.
yy
Volume (Only supported in PCoIP)
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2 Press the MENU button to display the options in the
OSD menu.
3 Set the options by pressing the buttons on the front
of the monitor.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button.
PCoIP: Internal signal through the LAN.
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CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
Others
English
ENG
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2 Press the MENU button to display the options in the
OSD menu.
3 Set the options by pressing the buttons on the front
of the monitor.
4 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button. Each option is explained below.
Menu
LANGUAGE
Analog
(D-SUB)
PCoIP
●
●
PCoIP
Description
Sets the menu screen to the desired language.
Allows the PCoIP to be turned ON or OFF.
If the input is PCoIP, the "PCoIP" option is disabled.
This option is enabled when analog signals are input via D-SUB.
●
x
ORIGINAL RATIO
If PCoIP is ON
If PCoIP is OFF
- Use the INPUT button to switch
between PCoIP and D-SUB.
- If the D-SUB cable is removed,
the input will automatically be
switched to PCoIP.
- If the D-SUB cable is removed, "No Signal" will be
displayed.
- If INPUT is set to D-SUB,
when DC is switched from
ON to OFF, PCoIP will not be
enabled. WIDE
Switch to full screen mode according to input image signal.
●
ORIGINAL
●
x
If the video card output is different from the specified level, the color
may appear to have altered due to the video signal distortion. The
white balance adjusts the output signal level to correspond to that of
the standard signal, thus providing optimal display. Run this option
when the screen displays an image with both white and black.
●
●
Resets the screen to the factory default settings. Note that the language option will not be reset.
●
WHITE BALANCE
FACTORY RESET
Change the input image signal ratio to original.
* This function works only if input resolution is lower than Monitor
set ratio (16:9).
Analog: D-SUB (analog signal) input.
yy
PCoIP: Internal signal through the LAN.
CUSTOMIZING SETTINGS
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AUTO Settings : D-SUB Input
play the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2 Press the AUTO button to automatically adjust the
screen.
3 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
PROCESSING AUTO IMAGE ADJUSTMENT
FOR OPTIMAL DISPLAY
CHANGE RESOLUTION TO 1680 x 1050
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items,
use the up arrow (
) button.
Pressing the AUTO button allows the monitor to automatically optimize the screen to the current display
mode.
If you are not satisfied with the optimized screen, you can manually adjust the position of the display area,
frequency, phase and sharpness in the OSD menu.
(Only available for D-SUB [analog] signals. Note that the sharpness setting is only available for digital signals.)
NOTE
What is "Auto Image Adjustment"? The Auto Image Adjustment option allows you to improve the
yy
picture quality if the screen is dimmed, if the text appears blurred or spread, if the screen flickers or
if the display area is not centered after adjusting the resolution. (Only available for D-SUB [analog]
signals.)
-/ /- Settings : PCoIP Input
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to display the MONITOR SETUP OSD menu.
2
Press the button for at least three seconds to disconnect from the server.
3 Select EXIT to leave the OSD menu.
To return to the upper menu or set other menu items, use the up arrow (
) button.
In PCoIP mode, press the button for at least three seconds to disconnect from the server.
ENG
English
1 Press any button on the front of the monitor to dis-
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Troubleshooting
TROUBLESHOOTING
English
ENG
Nothing is displayed on the screen
Is the monitor's power cord plugged in? yy Check if the power cord is correctly plugged in to the outlet.
Is the power indicator on?
yy Check the power indicator.
Is the power indicator displaying as
white?
yy Adjust the brightness and the contrast.
Is the power indicator blinking?
yy If the monitor is in power saving mode, move the mouse or press any
key on the keyboard to switch the display on.
yy Check if the computer is turned on.
yy This occurs when signals transferred from the PC (video card) are out
of the horizontal or vertical frequency range of the monitor. Please see
the "Product Specification" section of this manual to set the appropriate frequency.
yy This is displayed when the signal cable between the PC and the monitor is missing or disconnected. Check the cable and reconnect.
Is the "OUT OF RANGE" message
displayed?
Is the "CHECK SIGNAL CABLE"
message is displayed?
The "OSD LOCKED" message is displayed.
Is the "OSD LOCKED" message
yy The OSD lock feature is enabled to prevent undesired modification
displayed when the MENU button is
of the OSD settings. Press and hold the MENU button for a couple of
pressed?
seconds to unlock the OSD. (The "OSD UNLOCKED" message will be
displayed.)
The screen retains an image.
Does image sticking occur even
when the monitor is turned off?
yy Displaying a still image for a prolonged time may cause damage to the
screen, resulting in the retention of the image.
yy Use a screen saver to protect the screen when using the monitor for a
prolonged period of time.
NOTE
Vertical Frequency: In order to display an image, the screen must be refreshed dozens of times per
yy
second like a fluorescent lamp. The number of times the screen is refreshed per second is called
vertical frequency or refresh rate and is represented by Hz.
Horizontal Frequency: The time it takes to display one horizontal line is called the horizontal cycle.
yy
The number of horizontal lines displayed in one second
can be calculated by dividing one by the horizontal cycle. This is called horizontal frequency and is
represented by kHz.
Troubleshooting
23
The image is displayed abnormally.
Pressing the AUTO button will automatically optimize the screen to the current
display mode.
If you are not satisfied with the optimized screen, you can manually adjust the
POSITION option in the OSD menu.
Does the screen exhibit vertical
lines?
Pressing the AUTO button will automatically optimize the screen to the current
display mode.
If you are not satisfied with the optimized screen, you can manually adjust the
FREQUENCY option in the OSD menu.
Does the screen display horizontal Pressing the AUTO button will automatically optimize the screen to the current
frequencies, or does the text appear display mode.
blurred?
If you are not satisfied with the optimized screen, you can manually adjust the
PHASE option in the OSD menu.
NOTE
Check if the video card's resolution or frequency is within the range allowed by the monitor and set to
yy
the recommended (optimal) resolution in Control Panel > Display > Settings.
Failing to set the video card to the recommended (optimal) resolution may result in blurred text, a
yy
dimmed screen, a truncated display area or misalignment of the display.
The configuration procedure may differ depending on your computer and/or operating system. Also,
yy
some video cards may not support certain resolutions. If this is the case, contact the computer or
video card manufacturer for assistance.
The AUTO option is only available for D-SUB (analog) signals.
yy
The display color is abnormal.
Does the display color appear discolored (16 color)?
Does the display color appear unstable or in monochrome?
Are there spots on the screen?
yy Set the color to 24 bit (true color) or higher. In Windows, go to Control
Panel > Display > Settings > Color Quality.
yy Check if the signal cable is connected properly. Re-connect the cable
or re-insert the PC's video card.
yy When using the monitor, pixilated spots (red, green, blue, white or
black) may appear on the screen. This is normal for the LCD screen.
It is not an error nor is it related to the monitor's performance.
ENG
English
Does the display area appear uncentered?
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Specifications
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
English
ENG
LCD Screen
Type
Resolution
Pixel Pitch
Maximum Resolution
Video Signal
Input Connector
Power
AC/DC Adapter
Dimension/
Weight
Weight (Without
Packaging)
Stand Angle
Adjustment
Environment
Condition
558 mm (22 inch) TFT (Thin Film Transistor)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Screen
Diagonal length of the screen: 558 mm
0.282 mm x 0.282 mm
1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
Horizontal Frequency
30 kHz to 66 kHz
Vertical Frequency
57 Hz to 63 Hz
Synchronization
Separate Sync/PCoIP
15-pin D-SUB (Analog), 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45 (PCoIP)
19 V
3.2 A
Power Consumption
On Mode: 42 W (Typical)
Power Saving Mode ≤ 16 W
Off Mode ≤ 1 W
Type PA-1650-68, manufactured by LITE-ON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION.
OUTPUT: 19 V
3.42 A
Monitor Size (Width x Height x Depth)
With Stand
506.4 mm x 368.9 mm x 224.4 mm
Without Stand
506.4 mm x 333.2 mm x 59.1 mm
4.2 kg
Forwards/Backwards: -5° to 15° (Monitor)
Operating Condition
Temperature: 10°C to 35°C; Humidity: 10% to 80%
Storing Condition
Temperature: -20°C to 60°C; Humidity: 5% to 90%
The specifications are subject to change without notice.
Product Specification
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Preset Mode
Horizontal
Frequency (kHz)
Vertical
Frequency (Hz)
Polarity (H/V)
720 x 400
31.468
70
-/+
640 x 480
31.469
60
-/-
800 x 600
37.879
60
+/+
1024 x 768
48.363
60
-/-
1280 x 1024
63.981
60
+/+
1680 x 1050
65.290
60
-/+
Power Indicator
Mode
LED Color
On Mode
White
Power Saving
Flashing White
Off Mode
Off
Remark
Recommended Mode
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Display Modes
(Resolution)
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Proper Posture
PROPER POSTURE
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Proper posture for using the monitor
Adjust the angle so that the screen is slightly lower than your eyes.
Using the monitor for a prolonged period of time can cause eye fatigue. Take a 10-minute break every
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hour.
The stand is designed to best support the monitor when the optimal conditions are selected.
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Adjust the angle of the monitor from -5° to 15° to obtain the best view of the screen.
You should be
looking
slightly down at
the screen.
Adjust the angle
from -5° to 15°
so that there is no reflection
or glare from the
screen.
Place your hands gently
on the keyboard,
keeping your arms bent at
the elbows
and extended horizontally
in front of you.
Using PCoIP Solution
USING PCOIP SOLUTION
Selecting one of the options will produce a settings
window.
Figure 2-1. OSD Connect Screen
Figure 2-3 shows the network icon when ready.
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Connect Screen
The Connect screen is shown during start-up,
except when the portal has been configured for a
managed start-up or auto-reconnect. The logo displayed above the Connect button can be changed
by uploading a replacement image via the admin
interface. The network icon on the bottom right of
the Connect screen shows the status of the network connection. You must wait until the network
icon is displayed as shown in Figure 2-3.
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Figure 2-3. Network Ready (Detail)
Selecting the Connect button initiates a PCoIP or
RDP session depending on the session settings.
While the PCoIP connection is pending, the OSD
local GUI will display a "Connection Pending"
message. When the connection is established, the
OSD local GUI will disappear and be replaced by
the session image.
Figure 2-4. OSD Connect Screen (Connecting)
A red "X" over the network icon indicates that
either the network is not properly connected or that
the connection is still being initialized (i.e. during
portal boot up). Figure 2-2 shows the red "X" over
the network icon indicating that the network is not
ready.
Figure 2-2. Network Not Ready (Detail)
OSD Options Menu
Selecting the Options menu will produce a list of
selections. The OSD Options menu contains:
yy Configuration
yy Diagnostics
yy Information
yy User Settings
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Selecting one of the options will produce a settings
window.
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Network Tab
The Network tab allows the administrator to configure the portal network parameters.
NOTE
The network parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-5. OSD Options Menu
Configuration Window
In the Configuration window, the administrator can
access the window tabs that contain the settings to
configure and manage the portal environment.
The Configuration window has the following tabs:
yy Network
yy Label
yy Connection Management
yy Discovery
yy Session
yy RDP
yy Language
yy OSD
yy Reset
yy Display
yy VMware View
Each tab contains OK, Cancel and Apply buttons
to allow the administrator to apply or cancel the
modified settings.
NOTE
Some PCoIP devices have their password
yy
protection disabled and can be logged into
the management web page or access the
OSD parameters without a password. The
login page and the OSD's password protection can be enabled in the PCoIP management console.
Figure 2-6. Network Configuration
yy Enable DHCP
If the Enable DHCP option is selected, a device will
be connected to the DHCP server. that allocates
the IP address, subnet mask, gateway IP address,
and DNS server. If this option is disabled, the
above parameters must be configured manually.
yy IP Address
The IP Address field contains the IP address of the
device. If DHCP is disabled, this field is required.
If DHCP is enabled, this field cannot be edited.
This field must contain the correct IP address. If an
incorrect IP address is provided, an OSD message
is displayed prompting the administrator to provide
the correct the IP address.
yy Subnet Mask
The Subnet Mask field contains the subnet mask
of the device. If DHCP is disabled, this field is
required. If DHCP is enabled, this field cannot be
edited. This field must have the correct subnet
mask. If an incorrect subnet mask is provided, an
OSD message is displayed prompting the administrator to provide the correct the subnet mask.
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yy Primary DNS Server
The Primary DNS Server field contains the primary
DNS IP address of the device. This field is optional. If DHCP is enabled, this field cannot be edited.
Label Tab
The Label tab allows the administrator or host to
add customized information to the portal.
NOTE
The portal label parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
yy Secondary DNS Server
The Secondary DNS Server field contains the secondary DNS IP address of the device. This field is
optional. If the DHCP is enabled, this field cannot
be edited.
yy Domain Name
The Domain Name field contains the domain name
used, e.g. "domain local". This field is optional. It specifies on which domain the host or portal operates.
yy FQDN
The FQDN field represents the Fully Qualified Domain Name of the host or portal. The default value is
PCoIP-host-MAC or PCoIP-portal-MAC, where MAC
is the MAC address of the host or portal. If there is
a domain name, it will be added to the FQDN in the
format of PCoIP-host-MAC.domain.local
NOTE
In order to utilize the FQDN feature, a DNS
yy
server, configured properly with DHCP option
81, must be used.
yy Ethernet Mode
The Ethernet Mode field specifies the portal's Ethernet mode.
The available options are as follows.
yy Auto
yy 100 Mbps Full-Duplex
yy 10 Mbps Full-Duplex
If another network device is configured to operate under 10 Mbps Full-Duplex or 100Mbps FullDuplex, the administrator should always set the
Ethernet Mode field to Auto and only use 10 Mbps
Full-Duplex or 100 Mbps Full-Duplex.
Figure 2-7. Label Configuration
yy PCoIP Device Name
In the PCoIP Device Name field, the administrator
can specify a logical name to the host or portal.
The default value is PCoIP-host-MAC or PCoIPportal-MAC, where MAC is the MAC address of the
host or portal.
yy PCoIP Device Description
In the PCoIP Device Description field, the administrator can add specific information, such as the endpoint
location, or add a description to the host or portal.
This field cannot be used in the PCoIP firmware and
accessibility is strictly limited to the administrator.
yy Generic Tag
In the Generic Tag field, the administrator can add a
generic tag to the host or portal.
This field cannot be used in the PCoIP firmware and
accessibility is strictly limited to the administrator.
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yy Gateway
The Gateway field contains the gateway IP address of the device. If DHCP is disabled, this field
is required. If DHCP is enabled, this field cannot be
edited.
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Connection Management Tab
The Connection Management tab allows the
user to enable or disable the connection management and specify the connection manager's
IP address.
In a managed connection, an external Connection
Management Server can communicate with a device
to remotely control and configure the device. The
connection manager can also search for an appropriate peer to connect to the device. Connection
Management significantly reduces the tasks of the
administrator in a large and complicated system.
NOTE
The Connection Management parameters
yy
can also be configured using the Webpage
Administration Interface.
Figure 2-8. Connection Management Configuration
yy Enable Connection Management
If the Enable Connection Management option is
enabled, the device can be controlled and configured from an external connection manager.
yy Identify Connection Manager By
The Identify Connection Manager By selector allows the administrator to decide whether to identify the connection manager by IP Address or by
FQDN. If Connection Management is disabled,
this field is not required and can therefore not be
edited.
Table 2-1 shows the configuration parameters that
can be used with one of the two methods. If an
incorrect IP address or DNS name is provided, an
OSD message is displayed prompting the administrator to correct the error.
Table 2-1 Connection Manager Method
yy Enable Event Log Notification
The Enable Event Log Notification field controls
whether the PCoIP host and the portal devices will
send their event log to the connection management server.
yy Enable Diagnostic Log
The Enable Diagnostic Log field specifies whether
to log the connection management specific debug
message to the PCoIP host and to the portal devices' event logs.
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NOTE
The Discovery parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-9. Discovery Configuration
yy Enable Discovery
If the Enable Discovery option is selected, a device
will use SLP Discovery to dynamically locate the
peer device without requiring any information about
the location of the device in the network. This
means that the configuration and maintenance
work in a complicated system can be significantly
reduced.
As SLP Discovery requires a multicast-enabled
router, the recommended search structure is DNSSRV Discovery.
yy Enable Host Discovery
The Enable Host Discovery option allows the user
to find the host not listed in the PCoIP session
from the portal. When this option is enabled, up
to 10 available hosts can be listed, in the order
of their detection from the portal. Use the Enable
Host Discovery option when there are a relatively
small number of hosts.
Session Tab
The Session tab allows the administrator to set the
method to connect the device to a peer device.
NOTE
The Session parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-10. Session Configuration
yy Session Type
In Session Type, the administrator can configure a
portal for the PCoIP session or the RDP session.
yy Identify Peer By
The Identify Peer By selector allows the administrator to decide whether to identify the peer device
by IP, by MAC address or by FQDN.
Table 2-2 shows the peer ID parameters that can
be used with one of the two methods. If an incorrect IP address or DNS name is provided, an OSD
message is displayed prompting the administrator
to correct the error.
Table 2-2. Peer ID Method
yy Enable Auto-Reconnect
The Enable Auto-Reconnect option allows the portal to automatically reconnect to the last connected
host when the session is closed.
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Discovery Tab
The Discovery tab allows the administrator to easily find a portal in the PCoIP system.
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RDP Tab
The RDP tab allows the administrator to configure
the remote desktop protocol (RDP) specific settings.
NOTE
The RDP Label parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
yy Audio Mode
The Audio Mode field is used to set the audio playback location of the RDP session. The available
options are as follows.
yy None
yy Play on client
yy Play on host
yy Enable Wallpaper
The Enable Wallpaper field is used to allow the
user to use the wallpaper in the RDP session.
yy Enable Themes
The Enable Themes field is used to enable the user
to use the wallpaper theme in the RDP session.
Language Tab
The Language tab allows the administrator to set
the OSD language.
NOTE
Figure 2-11. RDP Configuration
yy Resolution
The Resolution field is used to set the RDP screen
resolution. The available values are as follows.
yy Native Resolution
yy 800x600
yy 1024x768
yy 1280x768
yy 1280x1024
yy 1440x900
yy 1600x1200
yy 1680x1050
yy 1920x1080
yy 1920x1200
yy Bit Depth
The Bit Depth field is used to set the color bit depth
for the RDP session. The available values are as
follows.
yy 8 bpp (bits per pixel)
yy 16 bpp
yy 24 bpp
yy Terminal Server Port
The Terminal Server Port field is used to set the
port number to connect the RDP client.
The Language parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-12. Language Configuration
yy Language
The Language field is used to set the display
language of the OSD and the user level event log
messages.
yy Keyboard Layout
The Keyboard Layout field allows the administrator
to modify the keyboard layout.
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NOTE
The OSD parameters can also be configured
yy
using the Webpage Administration Interface.
Reset Tab
The Reset tab allows the administrator to reset all
configurable parameters stored in Flash.
NOTE
The Reset function can also be accessed
yy
through the Webpage Administration Interface.
Figure 2-13. OSD Configuration
Figure 2-14 Reset
yy Screen-Saver Timeout
The Screen-Saver Timeout field allows the administrator to set a time limit for the screen saver.
The time limit is defined in seconds. The maximum
time is 9999 seconds. If it is set to 0 seconds, the
screen saver will be turned off.
yy Reset Parameters
Pressing the Reset Parameters button will reset all
settings and options to the factory default settings.
When this button is pressed, an OSD message is
displayed. This is to prompt the administrator and
prevent accidental reset.
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OSD Tab
The OSD tab allows the administrator to modify the
On Screen Display (OSD) parameters.
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Display Tab
The Display tab allows the user to configure the
EDID function of the monitor.
NOTE
The Enable display override function can be
yy
used when the EDID function of the monitor
is not running.
yy Enable VMware View
The Enable VMware View option allows the user to
configure the portal to use the VMware View Connection Server.
NOTE
To enable the VMware View function, the
yy
Enable Connection Management check box
in the Enable Connection Management Tab
must be deselected.
yy Identify Connection Server by
The Identify Connection Server by selector allows
the administrator to decide whether to identify the
connection manager by IP address or by FQDN. If
VMware View is disabled, this field is not required
cannot be edited.
Figure 2-15. Display Configuration
VMware View Tab
The VMware View tab allows the user to select the
device to use the VMware View Connection Server.
NOTE
The VMware View parameters can also be
yy
configured using the Webpage Administration Interface.
yy Port
The Port parameter allows the administrator to
specify the port to communicate with the VMware
View Connection Server.
yy SSL
The SSL parameter allows the administrator to
specify the SSL to communicate with the VMware
View Connection Server.
yy Auto Connect
The Auto Connect parameter allows the administrator to ensure that the device always automatically connects to the VMware View Connection
Server when starting the portal.
Diagnostics Window
In the Diagnostics window, the administrator can
access the window tab to diagnose the portal. The
Diagnostics window has the following tabs:
yy Event Log
yy Session Statistics
yy PCoIP Processor
yy Ping
Each tab has the Close button to close the window.
Figure 2-16. VMware View Configuration
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Session Statistics Tab
The Session Statistics tab allows the administrator
to view the PCoIP specific statistics of the last active PCoIP session from the portal.
NOTE
The event log (regardless of the quantity)
yy
can also be reset using the Webpage Administration Interface.
NOTE
The session statistics (regardless of the
yy
quantity) can also be viewed using the Webpage Administration Interface.
Figure 2-17. Event Log Configuration
yy View Event Log Message
The View Event Log Message field displays the log
messages accompanied by the timestamp information. The following two buttons are available:
yy Refresh
The Refresh button refreshes the displayed event
log messages.
yy Clear
The Clear button clears all event log messages.
Figure 2-18. Session Statistics Configuration
yy PCoIP Packets Statistics
yy PCoIP Packets Sent
The PCoIP Packets Sent field shows the total
number of PCoIP packets sent from the portal
to the host in the last active session.
yy PCoIP Packets Received
The PCoIP Packets Received field shows the
total number of PCoIP packets received from
the host to the portal in the last active session.
yy PCoIP Packets Lost
The PCoIP Packets Lost field shows the total
number of PCoIP packets lost in the last active session.
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Event Log Tab
The Event Log tab allows the administrator to view
and delete the event log messages from the portal.
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yy Bytes Statistics
yy Bytes Sent
The Bytes Sent field shows the total number
of bytes sent in the last active session.
yy Bytes Received
The Bytes Received field shows the total
number of bytes received in the last active
session.
yy Round Trip Latency
The Round Trip Latency field shows the total
round-trip PCoIP system (e.g. from the portal to
the host, then back to the portal) and the network
latency in milliseconds (+/- 1 ms).
Ping Tab
The Ping tab allows the administrator to perform a
ping test to the device and check if it can reach the
overall IP network. This is useful to check whether
the device can reach the host.
NOTE
The Ping tab has no corresponding menu in
yy
to the Webpage Administration Interface of
Section 1.
PCoIP Processor Tab
The PCoIP Processor tab allows the administrator
to view the portal PCoIP processor's uptime since
its last booting.
NOTE
The PCoIP Processor Uptime can also be
yy
viewed using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-19. PCoIP Processor Configuration
Figure 2-20. Ping Configuration
yy Ping Settings
yy Destination
The IP address or FQDN to perform the ping
test.
yy Interval
The interval between the ping packets.
yy Packet Size
The size of the ping packet.
yy Packets
yy Sent
The number of ping packets sent.
yy Received
The number of ping packets received.
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NOTE
The version information can also be viewed
yy
using the Webpage Administration Interface.
Figure 2-21. Version Configuration
yy VPD Information
The Vital Product Data (VPD) is information that
uniquely identifies each portal or host.
yy MAC Address
The portal MAC address
yy Unique Identifier
The portal ID
yy Serial Number
The portal serial number
yy Firmware Part Number
The part number of the PCoIP firmware
yy Hardware Version
The portal hardware version
yy Firmware Information
The Firmware Information shows the details of the
current PCoIP firmware.
yy Firmware Version
The current PCoIP firmware version
yy Firmware Build ID
The current PCoIP firmware revision code
yy Firmware Build Date
The current PCoIP firmware build date
PCoIP Processor Revision
This shows the PCoIP processor's revision code.
TERA1x00 Revision A silicone is denoted by 0.0
and TERA1x00 Revision B silicone is denoted by
1.0.
yy Boot Loader Information
The Boot Loader Information shows the details of
the current PCoIP boot loader.
yy Boot Loader Version
The current PCoIP boot loader version
yy Boot Loader Build ID
The current PCoIP boot loader revision code
yy Boot Loader Build Date
The current PCoIP boot loader build date
User Settings Window
In the User Settings window, the administrator can
access the tab to select the mouse and keyboard
and define the PCoIP image quality.
The User Settings window has the following tabs:
yy Boot Loader Information
The Boot Loader Information shows the details of
the current PCoIP boot loader.
yy Mouse
yy Keyboard
yy Image
yy Display Topology
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Information Window
In the Information window, the administrator can
access the Version tab that contains the device
related information.
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Mouse Tab
The Mouse tab allows the user to modify the OSD
and RDP session's mouse cursor speed setting.
NOTE
The OSD mouse cursor speed setting does
yy
not affect the mouse cursor settings when
a PColP session is active unless the Local
Keyboard Host Driver function is being used
(see PColP Host Software User Guide for
more information).
The Mouse tab has no corresponding menu
yy
in the Webpage Administration Interface of
Section 1.
Figure 2-22. Mouse
yy Mouse Speed
The Mouse Speed field allows the user to set the
portal's mouse cursor speed.
NOTE
The Mouse Speed can also be configured via
yy
the PCoIP Host Software. For more information on using the PCoIP Host Software, refer
to the PCoIP Host Software User Guide.
Keyboard Tab
The Keyboard tab allows the user to modify the
OSD and RDP session's keyboard repeat setting.
NOTE
The OSD keyboard setting does not affect
yy
the keyboard settings when a PColP session
is active unless the Local Keyboard Host
Driver function is being used (see PColP
Host Software User Guide for more information).
The Keyboard tab has no corresponding
yy
menu in the Webpage Administration Interface of Section 1.
Figure 2-23. Keyboard
yy Keyboard Repeat Delay
The Keyboard Repeat Delay field allows the user
to set the portal's keyboard repeat delay.
yy Keyboard Repeat Rate
The Keyboard Repeat Rate field allows the user to
set the portal's keyboard repeat rate.
yy Repeat Settings Test Box
The Repeat Settings Test Box allows the user to
test the selected keyboard settings.
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The Image parameters can also be conyy
figured using the Webpage Administration
Interface.
Figure 2-24. Image
yy Minimum Image Quality
The Minimum Image Quality slider allows the administrator to make compromises between image
quality and frame rate when network bandwidth
is limited. Sometimes, lower-quality images at a
higher frame rate may be required, while at other
times, higher-quality images at a lower frame rate
may be preferred.
In environments where the network bandwidth is
limited, moving the slider towards Reduced ensures higher frame rates;
moving the slider towards Perception-Free ensures
higher image quality. When network bandwidth is
not limited, the PCoIP system will maintain perception-free quality regardless of the Minimum Image
Quality setting.
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Image
The Image tab allows a user to change the image
settings on the PCoIP system.
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Make sure to read the Safety Precautions
before using the product.
Keep the Owner's Manual(CD) in an
accessible place for future reference.
The model and serial number of the SET
is located on the back and one side of the
SET. Record it below should you ever need
service.
MODEL
SERIAL
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