LG | NA1100-BAQA | LG NA1100-DAQF Owner’s Manual

OWNER’S MANUAL
DIGITAL SIGNAGE MEDIA PLAYER
(Hardware)
Please read this manual carefully before operating
your set and retain it for future reference.
DIGITAL SIGNAGE MEDIA PLAYER
NC1000 NC1100 NA1000 NA1100
NC2000 NC2100 NA2000 NA2100
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Licenses.............................................................................................................4
Replacing Flash Memory Battery.......................................................................4
NC1000
Specifications.....................................................................................................5
General Specifications................................................................................................... 5
Multi I/O Port.................................................................................................................. 5
Operational Specifications............................................................................................. 6
Included in the Box.............................................................................................7
Basic Components......................................................................................................... 7
Optional Items................................................................................................................ 7
Connections.......................................................................................................8
Back Panel..................................................................................................................... 8
Installation..........................................................................................................9
In/Out Cable Connection..................................................................................11
Connecting a Monitor with D-sub Cable........................................................................11
Connecting a Monitor with an HDMI Cable.................................................................. 14
Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows........................................ 16
Connection to Multiple Monitors................................................................................... 17
NC2000
Specifications...................................................................................................18
General Specifications................................................................................................. 18
Multi I/O port................................................................................................................. 18
Operational Specifications........................................................................................... 19
Included in the Box...........................................................................................20
Basic Components....................................................................................................... 20
Connections.....................................................................................................21
Back Panel................................................................................................................... 21
Installation........................................................................................................22
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NC1100/NA1000/NA1100
Specifications...................................................................................................23
General Specifications................................................................................................. 23
Multi I/O Port................................................................................................................ 23
Operational Specifications........................................................................................... 24
Included in the Box...........................................................................................25
Basic Components....................................................................................................... 25
Optional Items.............................................................................................................. 25
Connections.....................................................................................................26
Back Panel................................................................................................................... 26
Installation........................................................................................................27
In/Out Cable Connection..................................................................................29
Connecting a Monitor with D-sub Cable....................................................................... 29
Connecting a Monitor with an HDMI Cable.................................................................. 32
Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows........................................ 34
Connecting a Monitor with DP Cable........................................................................... 35
Connection to Multiple Monitors................................................................................... 38
NC2100/NA2000/NA2100
Specifications...................................................................................................39
General Specifications................................................................................................. 39
Multi I/O Port................................................................................................................ 39
Operational Specifications........................................................................................... 40
Included in the Box...........................................................................................41
Basic Components....................................................................................................... 41
Connections.....................................................................................................42
Back Panel................................................................................................................... 42
Installation........................................................................................................43
Appendix
Limitations of Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard...................................44
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)................................................................44
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Licenses
Supported licenses may differ by model. For more information of the licenses,
visit www.lg.com.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
Replacing Flash Memory Battery
The flash memory battery helps maintain the system (BIOS) settings when the computer is powered off.
The flash memory battery is a consumable part.
Flash Memory Battery
Attention
4
● When you change the flash memory battery, it is recommended that you seek assistance from the LG
Electronics Service Center.
● Using a non-standard battery may cause a malfunction.
● If a malfunction is caused by trying to replace a part on your own, servicing will be charged.
● If the product is not connected to the AC power for an extended period of time, the flash memory battery
may be discharged. In this case, servicing will be charged.
● When the battery is discharged, the message below will appear on the boot screen. In this case, you should
replace the battery.
=> ERROR
0271: Check data and time settings
WARNING
0251: System CMOS checksum bad - Default configuration used
Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to Setup
NC1000
Specifications
Attention
●P
roduct specifications may change without prior notice to improve performance.
General Specifications
Dimensions
250 mm (W) x 220 mm (H) x 45 mm (D) (only Set)
Weight
1.43 kg (only Set)
CPU
Intel ATOM Processor 330 1.6 GHz(Dual Core), FSB 533 MHz
Chip Set
Nvidia MCP7A-I ON
Main Memory
DDR3 1066 SODIMM type 1 GB, 2 GB
Secondary Storage Device SATA SSD 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
O/S
Windows Embedded Standard
Note
● Windows 7 is not supported in case of SSD 8 GB.
Multi I/O Port
Serial Port
One external RS-232 Serial port
USB Port
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port 480 Mbps rate (x5)
LAN Port
Realtek RTL8103E 10/100 Mbps Ethernet controller (NC1000-**A*/**B*)
Realtek RTL8111E Gigabit Ethernet controller (NC1000-**P*/**Q*)
VGA / HDMI
Nvidia MCP7A-ION integrated Graphic chipset
4-in-1 Card
Secure Digital (SD) / MultiMedia Card (MMC/MMC4.0) /
Memory Stick (MS/MS-Pro) / xD Memory Card
PCI Express Card Slot
Supported
LINE OUT
Supported
SPDIF
(Digital Audio Out)
5.1 Channel Supported (depending on source signal)
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Operational Specifications
Resolution
Power
Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Power Rating
100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz 1.2 A
Operating Condition
Operating Conditions
Sync (H/V)
Video
LED
Normal Mode
On/On
Active
On
Deep Sleep Mode
(Set = Off)
Off/Off
Off
Off
Operating Conditions
Temperature
5 ℃ to 40 ℃
Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Conditions
Temperature
-20 ℃ to 60 ℃
Humidity
5 % to 95 %
Note
● The resolution which is supported may differ depending on the monitors.
● Booting the Media Player with a device connected via a USB port may not work properly depending on the
device.
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Included in the Box
Basic Components
The NC1000 with the following components. Please check that these components have been included prior
to installation.
NC1000
User Manual / Cards
Box Guide
Power Cable
RS-232C Cable
Rail x 2
Handle x 2
(for attachment of handle)
M3, L8 x 8
M3, L12 x 4
(for attachment of Box Guide on the monitor)
Attention
● These illustrations may differ from your product and are subject to change.
Optional Items
The following items are supported by the NC1000, but are not provided with the product.
Please purchase optional items as needed.
● HDMI cable, D-sub cable, LINE-OUT cable, fiber optic cable, LAN cable, mouse, keyboard.
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Connections
Back Panel
A
H
Number
D
C
B
I
J
K
E
L
Connection
F
G
M
E
E
Description
A
Power Cable In
For the power cable.
B
Power Switch
Provides power to the NC1000.
C
RS-232C Out
For the RS-232C cable.
D
USB Wireless Modem In
For a USB-type wireless modem.
E
USB In
For USB-type devices, including memory, hard disk, CD-ROM, keyboard, and mouse.
F
HDMI Out
For an HDMI-compatible monitor.
G
LAN Connector
For a LAN cable.
H
4 IN 1 Multi-Card Slot
Accommodates memory cards for storing video or reading images.
Supported cards include Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia (MMC/
MMC4.0), Memory Stick (MS/MS-Pro), and xD Memory Cards.
I
D-sub Out
For the monitor's RGB video in.
J
OPTICAL Out
For an optical cable for digital audio transfer.
K
NC1000 Power Button
Turns NC1000 on.
L
LINE-OUT Connector
For a LINE-OUT cable for analog audio transfer.
M
PCI MINI EXPRESS Card Slot
Provided for PCI Mini Express Cards.
Attention
8
● Turn on the power switch (B) and then turn on the power button (K) to power on NC1000.
Installation
We recommend you to use the items provided with your NC1000 and follow our instructions for integrating
the product with your monitor in order to ensure the correct results.
Attention
● The illustrations shown are to guide your integration and may differ from your product.
1
Place the handle into the slots on the side of the product.
2
Use screws to secure the handle.
3
Place the rail in the slots on the side of the product.
Warning
● Be careful of sharp edges on the rail and the handle.
9
10
4
As shown below, use screws to secure the Box Guide in the four slots at the back of the monitor.
5
Attach the Box Guide to the rail slots, and press it upward.
6
Use screws to secure the player and the Box Guide as shown below.
In/Out Cable Connection
In order to watch video on a monitor, you need to use a D-sub cable or an HDMI cable to connect the
NC1000 to a monitor.
Attention
● D-sub, HDMI, LINE-OUT, OPTICAL, and LAN cables are not included with the NC1000. If the cables were
not provided with your monitor, you may need to purchase them separately.
● After cabling is complete, assign the SET ID of the monitor to be connected to NC1000.
● To configure the SET ID, please refer to the owner’s manual for your monitor.
Note
When using the SuperSign Manager software:
● The monitor SET ID is a unique number used to identify the monitor. You can choose a number from 1 to 25.
The SET ID allows the SuperSign Manager software to identify the monitor.
● In order to directly connect the monitor to NC1000, its SET ID must be set to 1.
● T
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o use SuperSign Manager, the monitor that will be connected to NC1000 must support the LG RS232C protocol. A monitor supporting the LG RS232C protocol can control the monitor functions, such as brightness
and sound, using SuperSign Manager.
Connecting a Monitor with D-sub Cable
Attention
● A D-sub cable connection does not include an audio signal. For audio, you need to connect a LINE-OUT
or OPTICAL cable.
Note
● D-sub cables are also known as RGB cables.
1
Connect the appropriate power cables to a monitor and NC1000 respectively.
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2
Connect the D-sub port of NC1000 and RGB-IN port of the monitor with a D-sub cable.
3
Connect NC1000 (OUT) to the monitor (IN) with an RS-232C cable.
4
Connect the NC1000 to the monitor with a LINE-OUT cable.
5
Connect a LAN cable to the NC1000.
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Connecting a Monitor with an HDMI Cable
HDMI connections allow digital video and audio signals to be transferred with one cable.
HDMI cable connections do not require an additional audio in cable.
Attention
● The monitor to connect with NC1000 should have the HDMI in for the HDMI connection.
● To use the HDMI device, you need to activate the HDMI device in Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard, the
operating system of the NC1000. To connect and disconnect the HDMI audio device, see the Connecting/
Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows section of this document.
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1
Connect the appropriate power cables to a monitor and NC1000 respectively.
2
Connect NC1000 to a monitor with an HDMI cable.
3
Connect NC1000 (OUT) to the monitor (IN) with an RS-232C cable.
4
Connect a LAN cable to NC1000.
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Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows
Connecting HDMI Audio Device
Move to the desktop of the monitor connected to the NC1000.
1
Click the
2
Select Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Audio.
3
Select Play Sounds > NVIDIA High Definition Audio from the list and click OK.
button in the lower left of the screen.
Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device
Move to the desktop of the monitor connected to the NC1000.
1
Click the
2
Select Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Audio.
3
Select Play Sounds > Realtek HD Audio output from the list and click OK.
button in the lower left of the screen.
Attention
● If you do not reset after disconnecting the HDMI cable from the NC1000, the sound will not work.
● In order for the sound to work properly, stop playing the content and restart the NC1000.
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Connection to Multiple Monitors
Each NC1000 can accommodate up to 25 monitors for video playback. (SET ID: 1 to 25)
You can set the tile mode by connecting multiple monitors.
1
Connect the NC1000's D-sub OUT to the D-sub IN of the first monitor, which has SET ID = 1.
2
Connect other monitors with D-sub cables as shown below (IN/OUT separated).
3
Connect the NC1000's RS-232C OUT to the RS-232C IN of the first monitor, which has SET ID = 1.
4
Connect other monitors with RS-232C cables as shown below (IN/OUT separated).
Attention
● You may want to purchase additional RS-232C cables to use several monitors together.
● You cannot use multiple monitors with the HDMI cable.
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NC2000
Specifications
Attention
●P
roduct specifications may change without prior notice to improve performance.
General Specifications
Dimensions
99.8 mm (W) x 183.3 mm (H) x 28.4 mm (D) (only Set)
Weight
0.215 kg (only Set)
CPU
Intel ATOM Processor 330 1.6 GHz(Dual Core), FSB 533 MHz
Chip Set
Nvidia MCP7A-I ON
Main Memory
DDR3 1066 SODIMM type 1 GB, 2 GB
Secondary Storage
Device
SATA SSD 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
O/S
Windows Embedded Standard
Note
● Windows 7 is not supported in case of SSD 8 GB.
Multi I/O port
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Serial Port
N/A
USB Port
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port 480 Mbps rate (x3)
LAN Port
Realtek RTL8103E 10/100 Mbps Ethernet controller (NC2000-**A*/**B*)
Realtek RTL8111E Gigabit Ethernet controller (NC2000-**P*/**Q*)
VGA / HDMI
Nvidia MCP7A-ION integrated Graphic chipset
4-in-1 Card
N/A
PCI Express Card Slot
Supported
LINE OUT
N/A
SPDIF
(Digital Audio Out)
N/A
Operational Specifications
Resolution
Power
Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Power Rating
12 V
Operating Condition
Operating Conditions
3.5 A
Sync (H/V)
Video
LED
Normal Mode
On/On
Active
On
Deep Sleep Mode
(Set = Off)
Off/Off
Off
Off
Operating Conditions
Temperature
5 ℃ to 40 ℃
Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Conditions
Temperature
-20 ℃ to 60 ℃
Humidity
5 % to 95 %
Note
● The resolution which is supported may differ depending on the monitors.
● Booting the Media Player with a device connected via a USB port may not work properly depending on the
device.
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Included in the Box
Basic Components
The NC2000 consists of the following components. Please check that these components have been
included prior to installation.
NC2000
User Manual / Cards
screw x 2
Attention
●T
hese illustrations may differ from your product and are subject to change.
Attention
●T
he NC2000-**A*/**B* model, as shown in the image, is compatible with
the following models.
Applicable models: M3204C**A**, M4214C**A**, M4716C**A**
Attention
●T
he NC2000-**P*/**Q* model, as shown in the image, is compatible with
the following models.
pplicable models: M3204C**R**, M4214C**R**, M4716C**R**, 32VS10,
A
42VS10, 47VS10
Attention
●W
ithout prior notice, applicable models for NC2000 are subject to change to improve the performance
of the product.
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Connections
Back Panel
Number
A
B
D
C
Connection
C
Description
A
HDMI Out
For an HDMI-compatible monitor.
B
LAN Connector
For a LAN cable.
C
USB In
For USB-type devices, including memory, hard disk, CD-ROM, keyboard, and mouse.
D
PCI MINI EXPRESS Card Slot
Provided for PCI Mini Express Cards.
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N
Installation
We recommend you to use the items provided with your NC2000 and follow our instructions for integrating
the product with your monitor in order to ensure the correct results.
Attention
● The illustrations shown are to guide your integration and may differ from your product.
1
Remove the screw and Metal cover.
2
Attach the Box Guide to the rail slots, and press it upward.
Note
● If card does not become fully inserted into the insertion direction. Hit by hand carefully to make fully
connected.
3
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Use screws to secure the player and the Box Guide as shown below.
S
NC1100/NA1000/NA1100
Specifications
Attention
●P
roduct specifications may change without prior notice to improve performance.
General Specifications
Dimensions
Weight
CPU
Chip Set
Main Memory
Secondary Storage
Device
250 mm (W) x 220 mm (H) x 45 mm (D) (only Set)
SSD
1.590 kg (only Set)
HDD
1860 g (only Set)
NC1100
Intel Celeron Processor P4500 (2M Cache, 1.86 GHz)
NA1000
Intel Core™ i7-620M Processor (4M Cache, 2.66 GHz)
NA1100
Intel Core™ i5-520M Processor (3M Cache, 2.40 GHz)
Mobile Intel QM57 Express Chipset
DDR3 1066 SODIMM type 1 GB, 2 GB
SATA SSD 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
SATA SSD 320 GB
Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard
Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 E
Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 7 P
O/S
Note
● Windows 7 is not supported in case of SSD 8 GB.
Multi I/O Port
Serial Port
One external RS-232 Serial port
USB Port
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port 480 Mbps rate (x4)
LAN Port
Intel 82577 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
VGA / HDMI / DP
Intel HD Graphics Controller
4-in-1 Card
Secure Digital (SD) / MultiMedia Card (MMC/MMC4.0) /
Memory Stick (MS/MS-Pro) / xD Memory Card
PCI Express Card Slot
Supported
LINE OUT
Supported
MIC IN
Supported
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I
Operational Specifications
Resolution
Power
Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Power Rating
100-240 V~ 50/60 Hz 1.5 A
Operating Condition
Operating Conditions
Sync (H/V)
Video
LED
Normal Mode
On/On
Active
On
Deep Sleep Mode
(Set = Off)
Off/Off
Off
Off
Operating Conditions
Temperature
5 ℃ to 40 ℃
Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Conditions
Temperature
-20 ℃ to 60 ℃
Humidity
5 % to 95 %
Note
● The resolution which is supported may differ depending on the monitors.
● Booting the Media Player with a device connected via a USB port may not work properly depending on the
device.
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Included in the Box
Basic Components
The NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 with the following components. Please check that these components have
been included prior to installation.
NC1100/NA1000/NA1100
User Manual / Cards
Box Guide
Power Cable
RS-232C Cable
Rail x 2
Handle x 2
(for attachment of handle)
M3, L8 x 8
M3, L12 x 4
(for attachment of Box Guide on the monitor)
Attention
● These illustrations may differ from your product and are subject to change.
Optional Items
The following items are supported by the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100, but are not provided with the product.
Please purchase optional items as needed.
● HDMI cable, D-sub cable, DP cable, LINE-OUT cable, MIC-IN cable, LAN cable, mouse, keyboard.
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Connections
I
Back Panel
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
PW
MIC IN
H
Number
26
I
J
E
L
K
Connection
Description
A
Power Cable In
For the power cable.
B
RS-232C Out
For the RS-232C cable.
C
Power Button
Turns the power on for NC1100/NA1000/NA1100's.
D
LINE-OUT
Connector For a LINE-OUT cable for analog audio transfer.
E
USB In
For USB-type devices, including memory, hard disk, CD-ROM, keyboard, and mouse.
F
HDMI Out
For an HDMI-compatible monitor.
G
LAN Connector
For a LAN cable.
H
4 IN 1 Multi-Card Slot
Accommodates memory cards for storing video or reading images.
Supported cards include Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia (MMC/
MMC4.0), Memory Stick (MS/MS-Pro), and xD Memory Cards.
I
D-sub Out
For the monitor's RGB video in.
J
DP Output Port
Connects the cable to the DP-supporting monitor.
K
MIC-In
Connects the Mic-In cable to transfer analog audio input.
L
PCI MINI EXPRESS Card Slot
Provided for PCI Mini Express Cards.
Installation
We recommend you to use the items provided with your NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 and follow our instructions
for integrating the product with your monitor in order to ensure the correct results.
Attention
● The illustrations shown are to guide your integration and may differ from your product.
1
Place the handle into the slots on the side of the product.
2
Use screws to secure the handle.
3
Place the rail in the slots on the side of the product.
Warning
● Be careful of sharp edges on the rail and the handle.
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28
4
As shown below, use screws to secure the Box Guide in the four slots at the back of the monitor.
5
Attach the Box Guide to the rail slots, and press it upward.
6
Use screws to secure the player and the Box Guide as shown below.
In/Out Cable Connection
To view images on the monitor, you need to connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 to the monitor via a D-SUB,
HDMI or DP cable.
Attention
● D-SUB, HDMI, DP, LINE-OUT, MIC-IN and LAN cables are not included in the basic components. If the
cables were not provided with your monitor, you may need to purchase them separately.
● After cabling is complete, assign the SET ID of the monitor to be connected to NA1000/NC1100/NA1100.
● To configure the SET ID, please refer to the owner’s manual for your monitor.
Note
When using the SuperSign Manager software:
● The monitor SET ID is a unique number used to identify the monitor. You can choose a number from 1 to 25.
The SET ID allows the SuperSign Manager software to identify the monitor.
● In order to directly connect the monitor to NC1100/NA1000/NA1100, its SET ID must be set to 1.
● To use SuperSign Manager, the monitor that will be connected to NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 must support the
LG RS232C protocol. A monitor supporting the LG RS232C protocol can control the monitor functions, such
as brightness and sound, using SuperSign Manager.
Connecting a Monitor with D-sub Cable
Attention
●A
udio is not available when only the D-SUB cable is connected to the monitor. A LINE-OUT cable must be
connected for audio output to function.
Note
● D-sub cables are also known as RGB cables.
1
Connect the appropriate power cables to a monitor and NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 respectively.
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
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PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
2
Connect the D-sub port of NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 and RGB-IN port of the monitor with a D-sub cable.
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
3
Connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 (OUT) to the monitor (IN) with an RS-232C cable.
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
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MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
DP
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
P/W
MIC IN
DP
N
4
Connect the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 to the monitor with a LINE-OUT cable.
P/W
MIC IN
DP
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
P/W
MIC IN
DP
5
Connect a LAN cable to the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
N
N
P/W
MIC IN
DP
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
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P/W
DP
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
Connecting a Monitor with an HDMI Cable
HDMI connections allow digital video and audio signals to be transferred with one cable.
HDMI cable connections do not require an additional audio in cable.
Attention
● The monitor to connect with NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 should have the HDMI in for the HDMI connection.
● To use the HDMI device, you need to activate the HDMI device in Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard,
the operating system of the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100. To connect and disconnect the HDMI audio device,
see the Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows section of this document.
PW
MIC IN
1
Connect the appropriate power cables to a monitor and NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 respectively.
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
MIC IN
2
Connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 to a monitor with an HDMI cable.
PW
MIC IN
PW
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MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
DP
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
P/W
MIC IN
DP
3
Connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 (OUT) to the monitor (IN) with an RS-232C cable.
P/W
MIC IN
DP
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
P/W
MIC IN
DP
4
Connect a LAN cable to NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
P/W
MIC IN
DP
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
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P/W
DP
MIC IN
Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows
Connecting HDMI Audio Device
Move to the desktop of the monitor connected to the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
1
Click the
2
Select Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Audio.
3
Select Play Sounds > Intel(R) Display Audio Output 1 from the list and click OK.
button in the lower left of the screen.
Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device
Move to the desktop of the monitor connected to the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
1
Click the
2
Select Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices > Audio.
3
Select Play Sounds > Realtek HD Audio output from the list and click OK.
button in the lower left of the screen.
Connecting/Disconnecting HDMI Audio Device in Windows Embedded Standard 7 E,P
1
Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound.
2
Click the Play tap first. Right-click on the HDMI device or speakers you want and select Set
as Default Device then click OK to connect the HDMI audio device or select Disable to disconnect it.
※ In order to change the audio devices, you must restart the computer.
Attention
● If you do not reset after disconnecting the HDMI cable from the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100, the sound will not
work.
● In order for the sound to work properly, stop playing the content and restart the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
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PW
MIC IN
Connecting a Monitor with DP Cable
Attention
● To enable DP connection, the monitor that will be connected to NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 must support the
DP input port.
● When connecting the DP (DisplayPort) cable, use the standard cable. Using a non-standard cable may
cause a malfunction.
1
Connect the appropriate power cables to a monitor and NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 respectively.
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
2
Connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 to the monitor via a DP cable.
PW
MIC IN
PW
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MIC IN
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
3
Connect NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 (OUT) to the monitor (IN) with an RS-232C cable.
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
4
Connect the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 to the monitor with a LINE-OUT cable.
PW
PW
MIC IN
MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
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MIC IN
PW
MIC IN
P/W
MIC IN
DP
P/W
MIC IN
DP
5
Connect a LAN cable to NC1100/NA1000/NA1100.
P/W
DP
MIC IN
P/W
DP
MIC IN
Attention
● NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 prioritizes video output in the following order: RGB → DP → HDMI. If you
connect multiple cables simultaneously and turn the product on, video output is prioritized accordingly.
● When the product is turned on after cable connection or the operating system is completely booted,
DP and HDMI video output start operating.
● The product does not support a dual mode where DP can be switched either to HDMI or DVI.
It is only for DP output.
● The DisplayPort (DP) of the NC1100, NA1000 and NA1100 does not support digital audio output. It is
recommended to use it with a line-out cable for analog audio output.
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Connection to Multiple Monitors
Each NC1100/NA1000/NA1100 can accommodate up to 25 monitors for video playback. (SET ID: 1 to 25)
1
Connect the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100's D-sub OUT to the D-sub IN of the first monitor, which has SET ID = 1.
2
Connect other monitors with D-sub cables as shown below (IN/OUT separated).
NC1100/
NA1000/
NA1100
3
Connect the NC1100/NA1000/NA1100's RS-232C OUT to the RS-232C IN of the first monitor, which has
SET ID = 1.
4
Connect other monitors with RS-232C cables as shown below (IN/OUT separated).
NC1100/
NA1000/
NA1100
Attention
● You may want to purchase additional RS-232C cables to use several monitors together.
● You cannot use multiple monitors with the HDMI cable.
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NC2100/NA2000/NA2100
Specifications
Attention
●P
roduct specifications may change without prior notice to improve performance.
General Specifications
Dimensions
99 mm (W) x 179 mm (H) x 28.5 mm (D) (only Set)
Weight
CPU(NC2100)
CPU(NA2000)
CPU(NA2100)
Chip Set
0.288 kg (only Set)
Intel® Celeron® Processor P4500 (2M Cache, 1.86 GHz)
Intel® Core™ i7-620M Processor (4M Cache, 2.66 GHz)
Intel® Core™ i5-520M Processor (3M Cache, 2.40 GHz)
Mobile Intel® QM57 Express Chipset
Main Memory
DDR3 1066 SODIMM type 1 GB, 2 GB
Secondary Storage Device SATA SSD 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
O/S
Windows Embedded Standard
Note
● Windows 7 is not supported in case of SSD 8 GB.
Multi I/O Port
Serial Port
N/A
USB Port
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port 480 Mbps rate (x2)
LAN Port
Intel® 82577 Gigabit Ethernet PHY
VGA / HDMI / DP
Intel® HD Graphics Controller
4-in-1 Card
N/A
PCI Express Card Slot
Supported
LINE OUT
N/A
MIC IN
N/A
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Operational Specifications
Resolution
Power
Maximum Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Recommended Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
Power Rating
12 V
Operating Condition
Operating Conditions
4.5 A
Sync (H/V)
Video
LED
Normal Mode
On/On
Active
On
Deep Sleep Mode
(Set = Off)
Off/Off
Off
Off
Operating Conditions
Temperature
5 ℃ to 40 ℃
Humidity
10 % to 80 %
Storage Conditions
Temperature
-20 ℃ to 60 ℃
Humidity
5 % to 95 %
Note
● The resolution which is supported may differ depending on the monitors.
● Booting the Media Player with a device connected via a USB port may not work properly depending on the
device.
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Included in the Box
Basic Components
The NC2100/NA2000/NA2100 consists of the following components. Please check that these components
have been included prior to installation.
NC2100/NA2000/NA2100
User Manual / Cards
screw x 2
Attention
● These illustrations may differ from your product and are subject to change.
Attention
● The NC2100/NA2000/NA2100 model is compatible with the following models.
Applicable models: 32VS10, 42VS10, 47VS10
Attention
●W
ithout prior notice, applicable models for NC2100/NA2000/NA2100 are subject to change to improve
the performance of the product.
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Connections
Back Panel
A
B
C
D
Number
42
Connection
Description
A
USB In
For USB-type devices, including memory, hard disk, CD-ROM, keyboard, and mouse.
B
HDMI Out
For an HDMI-compatible monitor.
C
LAN Connector
For a LAN cable.
D
PCI MINI EXPRESS Card Slot
Provided for PCI Mini Express Cards.
Installation
We recommend you to use the items provided with your NC2100/NA2000/NA2100 and follow our instructions
for integrating the product with your monitor in order to ensure the correct results.
Attention
● The illustrations shown are to guide your integration and may differ from your product.
1
Remove the screw and Metal cover.
2
Attach the Box Guide to the rail slots, and press it upward.
Note
● If card does not become fully inserted into the insertion direction. Hit by hand carefully to make fully
connected.
3
Use screws to secure the player and the Box Guide as shown below.
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Appendix
Limitations of Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard
The following are potential errors that may occur due to internal limitations of Microsoft Windows Embedded
Standard, which is the OS of SuperSign Player.
● If you press Alt + Enter on the DOS window, text other than English may be shown corrupted.
● If you use Save As function in the Print window, the menu window name will be displayed in English.
● When you move to sub-menu items such as Control Panel, some of the items, such as hyper terminal, country
and language setting, will be written in English.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question
Answer
Where can I download the driver
file?
● You can obtain the file from the SuperSign Support website (http://www.
lgsupersign.com).
The Express Card does not
work. What should I do?
● For NC1000/NC2000, insert the Express Card with the top side facing
upward. (See Figure 1)
● For NC1100/NA1000/NA1100/NC2100/NA2000/NA2100, insert the Express Card with the bottom side facing upward. (See Figure 2)
< Figure 1 >
Where can I get a vaccine program?
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< Figure 2 >
This media player comes packaged with the Windows program only. Please purchase a vaccine program separately for use.
Make sure to read the Important Precautions
before using the product.
Keep the User’s Guide(CD) in an accessible
place for furture 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
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.
Temporary noise is normal when powering
ON or OFF this device.
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