LG | L1800PK-LB886F-BL | LG L1800PK(LB886F-BL) Owner’s Manual

The Monitor has
an active matrix TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) LCD (Liquid
Crystal Display).
This monitor is designed for use in small working areas or for those who need
more working space on the desk.
Features
The monitor is
a
18.1-inch (18.1 inches viewable)
intelligent micro-processor
based monitor.
USB(Universal Serial Bus) ports
USB cable and hub. You
such
as a mouse,
can
keyboard
-
at the back of the monitor are
easily
and
flexibly
prepared for the
designed devices
and
Plug
Play function.
connect USB
to the monitor for true
-
The monitor has two
signal connectors (D-sub and DVI) so that it can support
existing analog input (D-sub) and an advanced standard digital input
(DVI). Two computers can be simultaneously used while connected to this
both
an
monitor.
Digitally controlled auto-scanning is done with the micro-processor for horizontal
frequencies between 30 and 80kHz, and vertical scan frequencies
between 56 85Hz. The microprocessor-based intelligence allows the monitor
to operate in each frequency mode with the precision of a fixed frequency
scan
-
monitor.
Plug and play capability if supported by your system.
This monitor has E-DDC function.*
Compliant with
-
-
the
EPA ENERGY STAR
following regulated specifications
:*
Swedish TCO'95
*
For detailed information,
please refer to
the Reference Guide provided
.
the Monitor
Connecting
To set up the monitor, ensure that the power is turned off to the
system, and other attached devices, then follow these steps:
1
Place the monitor in
2
To adjust height of your monitor,unlock the stand lock
the stand lock at arrows shown. A
3
Removed the stand
4
Connect the signal cable.
When
convenient, well-ventilated location
a
cover
connecting the
DVI
Connect the end of monitor
the slot and cable holder
panel
of the computer and
When
PC
Figure
..........
Connect
signal
tighten
cable to the port
on
the
rear
panel
panel
Figure
..........
one
5
the
rear
on
the
rear
2
cable to either of the connectors
signal
on
the
1
rear
panel
of the
3
end of the monitor
cable to either of the connectors
signal
of the monitor. Connect the other end of the monitor
Macintosh computer
through
on
cable
of the monitor. Connect the other end to the Dsub port
computer and tighten the screws. 2
MAC
of the monitor
Connect the other end to the DVI port
the screws. 2
panel
Connect
top of the stand.Push
.....Figure 1
cable
signal
end of the monitor
one
your computer.
Stand. 1
the Dsub
connecting
near
on
of the monitor to connect the cables.
signal
on
monitor, computer
through
Macintosh
a
adapter and
then
1
cable to the
signal
tighten
screws.
on
rear
the
rear
panel
of
2
One end of the power cord is connected into the power connetor on the back of
the monitor. 3
Power ON/OFF Switch
Figure
1
There should be
DVI port
on
Stand Lock
a
the
computer
Stand Cover
3
2
DVI
1
Signal
Cable
4 Power Cord
Note : If you see the INPUT SIGNAL OUT OF RANGE message, check to make sure
your system is set to one of the factory preset modes (see page A12), or is set to a
resolution and refresh rate within the specification limits of this monitor.
When
For
information
conneting the DVI Analog, using a separately purchased adapter.
on adapter requirements, contact your authorized dealer, reseller,
provider.
or
A2
more
service
Connecting
Figure
the Monitor
2
Power
ON/OFF Switch
Stand Lock
Stand Cover
3
2
Dsub
1
Signal
Figure
4 Power Cord
Cable
3
Power
ON/OFF Switch
Stand Lock
Stand Cover
3
MAC
Adapter
MAC6
2 Dsub
1
4 Power Cord
Signal
Cable
6
Connect one end to a properly
and close to the monitor. 4
7
After connecting cables, put stand cover correctly into the holes unders
stand. If securely connected, you can hear click sound from the latch.
8
Power ON the PC, then the monitor.
9
If you
see
grounded AC outlet that is easily accessible
the NO SIGNAL message, check the
signal cable and
connectors.
10 After using the system, power OFF the monitor, then the PC.
NOTE
: The figure3 shows the connection to an Apple Macintosh, using a separately
purchased adapter. For more information on adapter requirements, contact your authorized
dealer, reseller, or service provider.
A3
Making
use
of USB
(Universal Serial Bus)
Bus) is an innovation in connecting your different
desktop peripherals conveniently to your computer. By using the USB, you will
be able to connect your mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals to your
USB (Universal Serial
monitor instead of having to connect them to your computer. This will give you
greater flexibility in setting up your system. USB allows you to connect chain up
to 120 devices
on a single USB port, and you can "hot" plug (attach them while
the computer is running) or unplug them while maintaining Plug and Plug auto
detection and configuration. This monitor has an integrated BUS-powered
USB hub, allowing up to 2 other USB devices to be attached it.
USB connection
1.
Connect the upstream port of the monitor to the downstream port of the USB
compliant PC or another hub using the USB cable. (Computer must have a
USB port)
Connect the USB compliant peripherals to the downstream ports of the
monitor.
2.
USB
upstream
Poort
USB downstream Ports
To USB downstream
of the USB
port
compliant PC
another hub cable
or
Connect the cables from USB
Mouse
Keyboard
compliant peripherals-such
keyboard, mouse, etc
as
NOTE
To activate the USB hub function, the monitor must be connected to
PC(OS) or another hub with the USB cable(enclosed).
When connecting the USB cable, check that the
matches the shape at the connecting side.
shape
a
USB
compliant
of the connector at the cable side
Even if the monitor is in a power saving mode, USB compliant devices will function when
are connected the USB ports(both the upstream and downstream) of the monitor.
they
IMPORTANT: These USB connectors
such
are
not
designed
directly
for
video camera, scanner, etc. LGE recommends
to the computer
as a
A4
use with high-power
connecting high-power
USB devices
USB devices
Pivot Function
You
can
adjust the height of the
screen
and also rotate it 90o clockwise.
(* For detailed information, please refer to the CD provided with the manual.)
A5
Location and Function of Controls
Front View
Power Indicator
Power Button
SOURCE Button
MENU Button
Buttons
AUTO/SET Button
Power
ON/OFF Switch
Rear View
Stand Lock
Power Connector
DVI port
Dsub
Signal port
USB upstream port
USB downstream ports
A6
Control Panel Function
Front Panel Controls
AUTO/SET Button
SOURCE Button
MENU Button
Power Button
Power Indicator
Button
Control
Function
SOURCE Button
Use this button to make Dsub or DVI connector active.
This feature is used when two computers are
connected to the monitor. The default setting is Dsub.
MENU Button
Use this button to enter
or
exit the
Use these buttons to choose
Button
or
on screen
adjust
display.
items in the
on
display.
screen
<Shortcut
?
100
100
AUTO/SET Button
Keys>
Brightness and Contrast can be adjusted directly
without entering the On Screen Display (OSD)
buttons to adjust the
system. Touch the
settings and then the OSD button to save all
changes. The Brightness and Contrast functions are
also available in the On Screen Display (OSD) menu.
Use this button to enter
a
selection in the
on screen
display.
*
AUTO adjustment function
TO the AUTO/SET button before
using OSD menu.
This button is for the automatic adjustment of the screen
PROCESSING
AUTO CONFIGURATION
position, clock and phase.
Note: Some signal from
some graphics boards may not function
properly. If the results are unsatisfactory, adjust your monitor's
Position, Clock and Phase manually.
Power Button
Use this button to turn the monitor on
Power Indicator
This indicator
or
off.
lights up green when the monitor
operates normally. If the monitor is in DPM (Energy
Saving) mode (stand-by/ suspend/power off), this
indicator color changes to amber.
A7
Control Panel Function
Front Panel Controls
Control
MENU,
Function
Button
Press the hold the MENU button and
button for
3 seconds: the message "CONTROLS LOCKED"
appears.
CONTROLS LOCKED
You
can
pushing
unlock the OSD controls at any time
the
MENU,
button for 3 seconds:
the message "CONTROLS UNLOCKED" will
appear.
CONTROLS UNLOCKED
A8
by
On Screen
Display (OSD) Control Adjustment
Making adjustments to the image size, position and operating parameters of
the monitor are quick and easy with the On Screen Display Control system.
A quick example is given below to familiarize you with the use of the controls.
Following section is an outline of the available adjustments and selections you
can make using the OSD.
NOTE
Allow the monitor to stabilize for at least 30 minutes before
To make
12
adjustments
Display, follow these steps:
Press the MENU Button, then the main
To
access a
becomes
control,
highlighted,
Use the
345
in the On Screen
use
the
making image adjustment.
or
menu
of the OSD appears.
Buttons. When the icon you want
press the AUTO/SET Button.
Buttons to
adjust the item
to the desired level.
Accept the changes by pressing the AUTO/SET Button.
Exit the OSD
by Pressing the MENU Button.
A9
On Screen
You
were
Display(OSD) Selection
introduced to the
and
Adjustment
procedure of selection and adjusting an item
the OSD
system. Listed below are the icons, icon names, and icon
of the items that are shown on the Menu.
using
descriptions
Note
:
When
a
digital signal
is set
as an
input,only
CONTRAST,COLOR and SETUP properties
adjust
the other
OSD
can
the
be
BRIGHTNESS,
adjusted.you
do not need to
properties.
Adjust
Description
Brightness
BRIGHTNESS / CONTRAST
Used to
88
adjust
the
brightness
of the
screen.
100
Contrast
the
desired.
Adjust
PRESET
COLOR
PRESET
9300K
display
9300K/ 6500K
To appear the
6500K
to the contrast
displays
color
temperature.
?
RED
?
GREEN
9300K:Slightly
6500K:Slightly
bluish white.
reddish white.
BLUE
RED
To set your
own
color levels.
GREEN
To set your
own
color levels.
BLUE
To set your
own
color levels.
POSITION
Vertical Position
61
To
move
picture image
up and down.
39
Horizontal Position
To
A10
move
picture image
left and
right.
On Screen
Display(OSD) Selection
OSD
and
Adjust
Adjustment
Description
CLOCK
TRACKING
To minimize any vertical bars
stripes visible on the screen
background.The horizontal
change.
CLOCK
or
screen
size will also
PHASE
To
PHASE
adjust
the focus of the
display.
This item allows you to remove any
horizontal noise and clear or sharpen
the
LANGUAGE To choose the
SETUP
LANGUAGE
IMAGE SIZE
of characters.
image
ENGLISH
control
FULL
language in which
displayed.
the
names are
OSD POSITION
SIGNAL
DSUB ANALOG
ELAPSED TIME
00000 H
IMAGE SIZE This function
displays the image in its
original
enlarged size so as to fit
the full screen of the LCD panel.
size
1280x1024@60.0Hz
PRESET MODE
DSUB ANALOG
OSD POSITION To
on
SIGNAL
or
adjust position
the
in
of the OSD window
screen.
To select DSUB ANALOG
ANALOG / DIGITAL
as
or
DVI
the active
input.
This feature is used when two
computers
display.
are
The
connected to the
display automatically
input when only
detects the proper
video
ELAPSED TIME To
A11
source
display
is connected.
the
use
time of monitor.
one
Video
Memory
Modes
The monitor has 26 memory locations for
factory preset to popular video modes.
display modes,
16 of which
are
Display Modes (Resolution)
Display Modes (Resolution)
123456789
Horizontal
Freq.(kHz)
Vertical
Freq.(Hz)
VGA
640
x
350
31.469
VGA
720
x
400
31.468
70
VGA
640
x
480
31.469
60
VESA
640
x
480
37.500
75
VESA
640
x
480
43.269
85
VESA
800
x
600
37.879
60
VESA
800
x
600
46.875
75
VESA
800
x
600
53.674
85
MAC
832
x
624
49.725
75
70
10
VESA
1024
x
768
48.363
60
11
VESA
1024
x
768
60.123
75
12
VESA
1024
x
768
68.677
85
13
MAC
1152
x
870
68.681
75
14
VESA
1152
x
900
61.805
65
15
VESA
1280
x
1024
63.981
60
16
VESA
1280
x
1024
79.976
75
User Modes
Modes 17-26 are empty and can accept new video data. If the monitor detects a
video mode that has not been present before or is not one of the preset
modes, it stores the new mode automatically in one of the empty modes starting
with mode 17.
new
If you use up the 10 blank modes and still have more new video modes, the
monitor replaces the information in the user modes starting with mode 17.
A12
Check the
following before calling for service.
Display Position is incorrect.
Push the AUTO/SET Button.
If the results are unsatisfactory,
and V
On the
position icon
screen
in the
adjust the image position using the
display.
background, vertical bars
or
stripes
Push the AUTO/SET Button.
If the results are unsatisfactory, decrease the vertical bars
CLOCK icon in the
on screen
or
in any
image
or
are
visible.
stripes using the
characters
Push the AUTO/SET Button.
If the results are unsatisfactory, decrease the horizontal bars
on screen
position
display.
Any horizontal noise appearing
not clearly portraid.
icon in the
H
on screen
are
using the PHASE
display.
CHECK VIDEO CABLE message.
The signal cable is not connected, or is loose. Check and
secure
the connection.
INPUT SIGNAL OUT OF RANGE message appears.
Picture is blank.
The
frequency of the signal from
the video card is outside the
operating
range
of the monitor.
Horizontal
Frequency: 30kHz 80kHz
Vertical Frequency: 56Hz 85Hz
-
-
*
Use the
graphics board's utility
graphics board).
software to
change
the
frequency setting (Refer to the
manual for
*
You
F8
change the setup to the supported
key during booting the system).
can
resolution
using
the Safe Mode (Press the
The power LED is illuminated amber.
The monitor is in its display power management mode.
There is no active signal coming from the PC.
The signal cable is not fastened securely.
Check the computer power and graphics adapter configuration.
The monitor doesn't enter the power saving off mode (Amber).
Computer video signal is not VESA DPMS standard. Either the PC or the video
controller card is not using the VESA DPMS power management function.
Specifications
Signal
Connector Pin
1
8
917
16
24
Assignment
C2
C1
C5
C3
C4
DVI Connector
Pin
Pin
Signal(DVI)
Signal(DVI)
T. M. D. S. Data2-
16
Hot
T. M. D. S. Data2+
17
T. M. D. S. Data0-
123456789
T. M. D. S. Data2/4 Shield
18
T. M. D. S. Data0+
T. M. D. S. Data4-
19
T. M. D. S. Data0/5 Shield
T. M. D. S. Data4+
20
T. M. D. S. Data5-
DDC Clock
21
T. M. D. S. Data5+
DDC Data
22
T. M. D. S. Clock Shield
23
T. M. D. S. Clock+
T. M. D. S. Data1-
24
T. M. D. S. Clock-
10
T. M. D. S. Data1+
C1
Analog
Red
11
T. M. D. S. Data1/3 Shield
C2
Analog
Green
12
T. M. D. S. Data3-
C3
Analog
Blue
13
T. M. D. S. Data3+
C4
Analog
H.
14
+5V Power
C5
Analog
Ground
15
Analog
Vertical
Sync.
Ground (return for +5V,
Sync. and V. Sync.)
H.
T. M. D. S.
(Transition
Minimized Differential
A14
Signaling)
Plug
Detect
Sync.
Specifications
Display
18.1inch (45.97cm) Flat Panel Active
Type
matrix-TFT LCD Anti-Glare
Viewable Size
Pixel
Sync Input
coating
18.1inch (45.97cm)
0.28 x 0.28mm
pitch
Horizontal
30kHz
Vertical
56Hz
Freq.
Freq.
-
80kHz (Automatic)
85Hz (Automatic)
Separate TTL (Positive/Negative)
Input form
-
Composite TTL (Positive/Negative)
SOG (Sync On Green)
Digital
Video
Input
pin D-Sub connector /
I connector (Digital/Analog)
RGB Analog (0.7Vp-p/75ohm) Digital
15
Signal input
DVI
Input Form
-
Dsub VESA 1280 x 1024@75Hz
Resolution
-
DVI
-
VESA 1280 x 1024@60Hz (Digital/Analog)
VESA 1280 x 1024@60Hz
Recommend
USB
USB standard
specifications
Downstream power supply 100mA for each (MAX)
Communication speed 12 Mbps (full), 1.5 Mbps (low)
1 Upstream port
USB port
Rev. 1.0
complied BUS-powered hub
2 Downstream ports
Power
Normal(Max.)
≤
55W
Consumption
Stand-by/Suspend
≤
3W
Power Off
≤3W
Width
Height
39.7cm / 15.6 inches
42.8cm / 16.85 inches (Min)
50.8cm / 20.0 inches (Max)
Depth
23.7cm / 9.3 inches
Dimensions
Power
Input
Weight
Tilt Range
Environment
Conditions
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 1.0A
Net
8.5kg / 18.73lbs
Tilt
5˚ (Down) / 30˚ (Up)
Swivel
45˚ (Left) / 45˚ (Right)
Operating condition
10˚C to 35˚C
Temperature
10% to 80% non-condensing
Humidity
Storage condition
-20˚C to 60˚C
Temperature
5% to 95% non-condensing
Humidity
NOTE
Information in this document is
subject to change without
A15
notice.
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