iiyama ProLite TF4338MSC-B1AG User manual

iiyama ProLite TF4338MSC-B1AG User manual
USER MANUAL
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Thank you very much for choosing the iiyama
LCD monitor.
We recommend that you take a few minutes
to read this comprehensive manual carefully
before installing and switching on the monitor.
Please keep this manual in a safe place for
your future reference.
CE MARKING DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This LCD monitor complies with the requirements of the EC/EU Directive 2014/30/EU “EMC
Directive”, 2014/35/EU “Low Voltage Directive” and 2011/65/EU “RoHS Directive”.
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.
IIYAMA CORPORATION: Wijkermeerstraat 8, 2131 HA Hoofddorp, The Netherlands
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Model No. : PLT3238, PLT4338
We recommend recycling of used product. Please contact your dealer or iiyama
service center. Recycle information is obtained via the Internet, using the
address: http://www.iiyama.com
You can access the Web page of different countries from there.
 We reserve the right to change specifications without notice.
 All trademarks used in this user manual are the property of their respective owners.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOR YOUR SAFETY............................................................................1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................1
SPECIAL NOTES ON LCD MONITORS .........................................3
CLEANING ......................................................................................5
BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE MONITOR ..........................................6
FEATURES......................................................................................6
CHECKING THE CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE ........................6
SPECIAL NOTES ON TOUCH PANEL............................................7
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS : MONITOR..............................8
INSTALLATION .............................................................................10
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS : REMOTE CONTROL...........12
PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL.......................................13
BASIC OPERATION ......................................................................14
CONNECTING YOUR MONITOR .................................................17
COMPUTER SETTING .................................................................19
OPERATING THE MONITOR.............................................................21
ADJUSTMENT MENU CONTENTS ..............................................23
SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................28
POWER MANAGEMENT FEATURE.............................................31
TROUBLE SHOOTING ......................................................................32
RECYCLING INFORMATION.............................................................33
APPENDIX ........................................................................................34
SPECIFICATIONS : ProLite TF3238MSC .....................................34
SPECIFICATIONS : ProLite TF4338MSC .....................................35
DIMENSIONS : ProLite TF3238MSC ............................................36
DIMENSIONS : ProLite TF4338MSC ............................................36
COMPLIANT TIMING ....................................................................37
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CUSTOMER SERVICE ...................................................................5
FOR YOUR SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
If you notice any abnormal phenomena such as smoke, strange sounds or fumes, unplug the
monitor and contact your dealer or iiyama service center immediately. Further use may be
dangerous and can cause fire or electric shock.
NEVER REMOVE THE CABINET
High voltage circuits are inside the monitor. Removing the cabinet may expose you to the danger of
fire or electric shock.
DO NOT PUT ANY OBJECT INTO THE MONITOR
Do not put any solid objects or liquids such as water into the monitor. In case of an accident, unplug
your monitor immediately and contact your dealer or iiyama service center. Using the monitor with
any object inside may cause fire, electric shock or damage.
INSTALL THE MONITOR ON A FLAT, STABLE SURFACE
The monitor may cause an injury if it falls or is dropped.
DO NOT USE THE MONITOR NEAR WATER
Do not use where water may be splashed or spilt onto the monitor as it may cause fire or electric
shock.
OPERATE UNDER THE SPECIFIED POWER SUPPLY
Be sure to operate the monitor only with the specified power supply. Use of an incorrect voltage will
cause malfunction and may cause fire or electric shock.
PROTECT THE CABLES
Do not pull or bend the power cable and signal cable. Do not place the monitor or any other heavy
objects on the cables. If damaged, the cables may cause fire or electric shock.
ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS
It is advisable not to operate the monitor during a heavy thunder storm as the continual breaks in
power may cause malfunction. It is also advised not to touch the plug in these circumstances as it
may cause electric shock.
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STOP OPERATING THE MONITOR WHEN YOU SENSE TROUBLE
CAUTION
INSTALLATION LOCATION
Do not install the monitor where sudden temperature changes may occur, or in humid, dusty or
smoky areas as it may cause fire, electric shock or damage. You should also avoid areas where the
sun shines directly on the monitor.
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DO NOT PLACE THE MONITOR IN A HAZARDOUS POSITION
The monitor may topple and cause injury if not suitably located. Please also ensure that you do not
place any heavy objects on the monitor, and that all cables are routed such that children may not
pull the cables and possibly cause injury.
MAINTAIN GOOD VENTILATION
Ventilation slots are provided to keep the monitor from overheating. Covering the slots may cause
fire. To allow adequate air circulation, place the monitor at least 10 cm (or 4 inches) from any walls.
Do not remove the tilt stand when operating the monitor. Ventilation slots on the back of the
cabinet will be blocked and the monitor may overheat if the stand is removed. This may cause fire
or damage. Operating the monitor on its back, side, upside down or on a carpet or any other soft
material may also cause damage.
DISCONNECT THE CABLES WHEN YOU MOVE THE MONITOR
When you move the monitor, turn off the power switch, unplug the monitor and be sure the signal
cable is disconnected. If you do not disconnect them, it may cause fire or electric shock.
UNPLUG THE MONITOR
If the monitor is not in use for a long period of time it is recommended that it is left unplugged to
avoid accidents.
HOLD THE PLUG WHEN DISCONNECTING
To disconnect the power cable or signal cable, always pull it by the plug. Never pull on the cable
itself as this may cause fire or electric shock.
DO NOT TOUCH THE PLUG WITH WET HANDS
Pulling or inserting the plug with wet hands may cause electric shock.
WHEN YOU INSTALL THE MONITOR ON YOUR COMPUTER
Be sure the computer is strong enough to hold the weight of the monitor, otherwise, you may
damage your computer.
OTHERS
ERGONOMIC RECOMMENDATIONS
To eliminate eye fatigue, do not operate the monitor against a bright background or in a dark room.
For optimal viewing comfort, the monitor should be just below eye level and 40-60 cm (16-24 inches)
away from your eyes. When using the monitor over a prolonged time, a ten minute break every hour
is recommended as looking at the screen continuously can cause eye strain.
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SPECIAL NOTES ON LCD MONITORS
NOTE
- When you first turn on the LCD monitor, the picture may not fit in the display area
because of the type of computer that is used. In this case, adjust the picture position to
the correct position.
- You may find slightly uneven brightness on the screen depending on the desktop
pattern you use.
- Due to the nature of the LCD screen, an afterimage of the previous screen may remain
after switching the image, when the same image is displayed for hours. In this case, the
screen is recovered slowly by changing the image or turning off the Power Switch for
hours.
This LCD cannot be used outdoors.
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If you use a cable longer than the supplied one, the picture quality is not guaranteed. Touch
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function can be disrupted if the USB cable length exceeds 3m.
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The following symptoms are normal with LCD monitors and do not indicate a problem.
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USAGE CONFIRMATION
This product is designed for optimum usage at 24hours per day.
The display is compatible for usage in Landscape/Portrait and Tabletop (face-up) applications. If
being used in Tabletop application, please utilise the Fan-on function.
IMAGE PERSISTENCE / IMAGE STICKING
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Please be aware that all LCD screens can experience Image Persistence or Image Sticking. This
occurs when a residual image remains visible on a screen when static images are displayed for long
periods of time. LCD Image Persistence is not permanent but constant images being displayed for a
long period of time should be avoided.
To counteract Image Persistence, turn off the monitor for as long as the previous image was
displayed, so if an image was on the monitor for 1 hour and there is evidence of a residual or “ghost”
image, you should turn off the monitor for 1 hour in order to clear the residual image.
For all LFD products, iiyama recommends displaying moving images and utilising a moving screen
saver at regular intervals whenever the screen is idle. You could also turn off the monitor when not
in use to assist the prevention.
Other ways to reduce the risk of Image Persistence will be to utilise the FAN-on function (if
available), Low Backlight and Low Brightness settings.
FOR EXTENDED USE AS A PUBLIC DISPLAY
Image Sticking on LCD Panel
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When a static image is displayed for hours, an electric charge trace remains near the electrode
inside the LCD producing a “ghost” image. (Image Persistence).
Image Persistence is not a permanent feature.
Recommendations
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To prevent Image Sticking and promote longer life expectancy of display, we recommend the
following:
1. Avoid static images displayed for long periods – change static images on continuous loop.
2. Turn off monitor when not in use, either by remote control or use Power Management or Schedule
functions.
3. When monitor is installed in high ambient temperature environment(s) or in an enclosed position,
utilise the Cooling Fan, Screen Saver and Low Brightness functions.
4. Suitable ventilation for any monitor is an expectation of any installation – climate control systems
may need to be employed.
5. We strongly recommend utilisation of active cooling with fans for long operation times or high
ambient temperature environments.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
If you have to return your unit for service and the original packaging has been

discarded, please contact your dealer or iiyama service center for advice or
replacement packaging.
CLEANING
If you drop any materials or liquids such as water into the monitor when cleaning,
WARNING 
unplug the power cable immediately and contact your dealer or iiyama service center.
For safety reasons, turn off the power switch and unplug the monitor before you
CAUTION 
clean it.
NOTE
To protect the LCD panel, do not scratch or rub the screen with a hard object.
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Never use any of the following strong solvents. These will damage the cabinet and
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the LCD screen.
Thinner
Spray-type cleaner
Benzine
Wax
Abrasive cleaner
Acid or Alkaline solvent
Touching the cabinet with any product made from rubber or plastic for a long time
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may cause degeneration or loss of paint on the cabinet.
CABINET
Stains can be removed with a cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solvent.
Then wipe the cabinet with a soft dry cloth.
LCD
SCREEN
Periodic cleaning with a soft dry cloth is recommended.
Don't use tissue paper etc. because these will damage the LCD screen.
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NOTE
BEFORE YOU OPERATE THE MONITOR
FEATURES
 Supports Resolutions up to 1920 × 1080
2
 High Contrast 3000:1 (Typical) / Brightness 500cd/m (Typical: without Touch
panel) : ProLite TF3238MSC
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 High Contrast 1100:1 (Typical) / Brightness 450cd/m (Typical: without Touch
panel) : ProLite TF4338MSC
 Digital Character Smoothing
 Automatic Set-up
 Stereo Speakers
2 × 8W Stereo Speakers
Plug & Play VESA DDC2B Compliant
Windows® 7/8/8.1/10 Compliant
 Power Management (VESA DPMS Compliant)
 VESA Mounting Standard (400mm×200mm) Compliant
 Glass with AG coating
CHECKING THE CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE
The following accessories are included in your package. Check to see if they are enclosed with
the monitor. If anything is missing or damaged, please contact your local iiyama dealer or regional
iiyama office.




Power Cable*
USB Cable
Battery (2pcs)
Quick Start Guide
CAUTION
 HDMI Cable
 IR Extender Cable
 Clamper
 DisplayPort Cable
 Remote Control
 Safety Guide
* The rating of the Power Cable enclosed in 120V area is 10A/125V. If you are using
a power supply higher than this rating, then a power cable with a rating of 10A/
250V must be used. However, all guarantees and warranties are void for any
problems or damage caused by a power cable not supplied by iiyama.
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SPECIAL NOTES ON TOUCH PANEL
CAUTION
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Permanent damage can occur if Sharp Edged, Pointed or Metal items are used to activate Touch.
This could invalidate any remaining warranty.
We recommend to use conductive rubber tip type stylus(tip R8.0 or over) or finger.
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CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS : MONITOR
<Back Controller>
Power Indicator
Green
Normal Operation
Orange
Power Management
Power Button
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Left / - Button
Right / + Button
Up Button
Down Button
MENU
Menu Button
ENTER/
VIDEO SOURCE
Enter / Input Select Button
<Front>
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HDMI
DVI
HDMI
DP
D-Sub
RS232
IR Sensor
HDMII
USB
External
IR
AC-IN
Line in/out
RJ45
Remote Sensor
HDMI1
HDMI2
HDMI Connector
DVI
DVI-D
DVI-D Connector
DP
DisplayPort
DisplayPort Connector
D-sub
VGA
VGA Connector
RS232C
RS232C
9pin
RS232C Connector
USB
USB Touch
USB Connector
External IR
Mini jack
IR Connector
Line In
Mini Jack
Audio Input Connector
Line Out *
Mini Jack
Headphone connector
RJ45
RJ45
RJ45 Connector
AC SWITCH
(ON) / (OFF)
MAIN
POWER
Main Power Switch
AC IN
AC-INLET
AC Connector(
SPEAKERS
: Alternating current) (AC-IN)
Speakers
* Available for HDMI and DisplayPort input only.
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<Back>
INSTALLATION
CAUTION
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 Follow the manual instructions for the type of mount you have selected. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
 Moving the monitor requires at least two people.
 Before installing, please make sure the wall is strong enough to hold the necessary weight of the
display and the mount.
[WALL MOUNTING]
Mounting Stage
Screw
L
Chassis
CAUTION
When using the wall mounting, consideration of thickness of the mounting stage needs to be taken.
Tighten the M6 Screw with washer which “L” length is 10mm to fasten the monitor. Using a screw
longer than this may cause electric shock or damage because it may contact with the electrical parts
inside the monitor.
[FAN]
CAUTION
If the screen is used in face-up position, please be sure to turn on the FAN function.
If you do not use the FAN, the internal temperature rises and the product life cycle may get shorter.
If the screen is built into an external cabinet, please be sure to implement a cooling unit inside of the
cabinet.
Dirt and dust may stick to the FAN, reducing the cooling effect which may result in a shorter life
cycle of the product. Please clean regularly.
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[ROTATING THE DISPLAY]
It is designed to be compatible in both landscape and portrait modes.
● ProLite TF3238MSC
Available
Landscape
Portrait
● ProLite TF4338MSC
Not Available
A
A
A
A
Available
Landscape
Portrait
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A
A
A
A
Not Available
CONTROLS AND CONNECTORS : REMOTE CONTROL
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ON/OFF
Turns the monitor ON and OFF.
INPUT
Selects the source.
Number (1-9) /
Input source
Serve as input source buttons when
the Menu is not displayed.
(VGA/DVI/HDMI-1/HDMI-2/DP)
Number (7) /
MODE
Select the Picture mode.
EXIT
Returns to a previous menu or closes
the OSD Menu.
Navigates through submenus and
settings.
: Up Button
: Down Button
: Left Button
: Right Button
(VOLUME-): Decreases the sound
volume.
(VOLUME+): Increases the sound
volume.
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OK
Confirms your selection or save
changes.
INFO
Provides source and resolution
information.
MENU
Opens the monitor's on-screen menu
systems. When the menu system is
already open, pressing this button
will select the previous submenu.
Number (0)/
MUTE
Turns on or off the mute function
when the Menu is not displayed.
PREPARING THE REMOTE CONTROL
To use the remote control, insert the two dry batteries.
CAUTION
Slide back and remove the battery cover in the direction of the arrow.
Align and insert two AAA batteries according to their plus and minus ports (as indicated in the
remote control).
Battery x 2
Replace the battery cover in the direction of the arrow and snap it back into place.
NOTE
 Replace with new batteries when the Remote Control does not work close to the
monitor. Use AAA dry batteries.
 Operate the Remote Control by pointing it toward the Remote Sensor on the monitor.
 Other manufacturers remote control will not work with this monitor. Use the provided
Remote Control ONLY.
 Used batteries needed to follow the local rules to be discarded. (Suggestion: to dispose
of used batteries please follow correct policy as per your local regulations.)
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Do not use any other batteries other than those specified in this manual for the Remote Control. Do
not insert old and new batteries together in the Remote Control. Make sure that the terminals match
the "+" and "-" indications in the battery compartment. Burst batteries or the electrolyte from these
batteries may cause stains, fire or injury.
BASIC OPERATION
 Turning the monitor ON
The monitor is turned On and the Power Indicator turns to Green when you press the POWER
Button on the monitor or the Remote Control. The monitor is turned Off and the Power Indicator
turns to Orange when you press the POWER Button on the monitor or the Remote Control.
Press again to turn On the monitor.
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NOTE
Even when using the power management mode or turning OFF the Power Switch, the monitor
will consume a small amount of electricity. Disconnect the Power Cable from the power supply
whenever the monitor is not in use or during the night, to avoid unnecessary power consumption.
[Monitor]
[Remote Control]
 Display the adjustment menu page
The menu page appears on the screen when you press the MENU Button on the monitor or the
Remote Control.
The menu page disappears when you press the EXIT Button on the Remote Control again.
[Monitor]
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[Remote Control]
 Move the cursor vertically
Select adjustment by pressing the
Button while the menu page is displayed on the screen.
[Remote Control]
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[Monitor]
/
 Move the cursor horizontally
Select menu or setting, or perform the adjustment by pressing the
page is displayed on the screen.
[Monitor]
/
Button while the menu
[Remote Control]
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 Adjust the volume of sound
Press the
the screen.
/
Button to adjust the volume of sound when the menu page is not displayed on
[Remote Control]
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[Monitor]
 Switch the input signal
Press the VIDEO SOURCE Button on the monitor or INPUT Button on the Remote Control to
/
display the Input signal menu when the menu page is not displayed on the screen. Press the
Button or Input source Button to switch the Input signal.
[Monitor]
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[Remote Control]
CONNECTING YOUR MONITOR
NOTE  The signal cables used for connecting the computer and monitor may vary with the
type of computer used. An incorrect connection may cause serious damage to both
the monitor and the computer. The cable supplied with the monitor is for a standard
connector. If a special cable is required please contact your local iiyama dealer or
regional iiyama office.
 For connection to Macintosh computers, contact your local iiyama dealer or regional
iiyama office for a suitable adaptor.
 Make sure you tighten the finger screws at each end of the Signal Cable.
 When USB cable connected than wait for 5 seconds and the touch function is ready to
go. It can be activated by pen, finger or any other pointer.*
 Excessive sound pressure from ear-/headphones can cause hearing damage/hearing loss.
[Example of Connection]
<Back>
IR Extender Cable (Accessory)
HDMI Cable (Not Included)
Power Cable (Accessory)
DVI-D Cable (Not Included)*
DisplayPort Cable (Accessory)
LAN(RJ45) Cable (Not Included)
VGA Cable (Not Included)*
RS-232C Cable (Not Included)
Computer
Router
USB Cable (Accessory)
Audio Cable (Not Included)
AV Equipment
HDMI Cable (Accessory)
* Cable is not supplied with the monitor. If you use low quality Cable, it may cause a result of electromagnetic interference. Please contact the iiyama Support Centre in your country if you wish to connect
the monitor via the VGA or DVI input.
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Ensure that both the computer and the monitor are switched off.
Connect the computer to the monitor with the signal cable.
Connect the computer to the monitor with the USB Cable.
Connect the Power Cable to the monitor first and then to the power supply.
Turn on your monitor (Main Power Switch and Power Switch) and computer.
[ Network Connection ]
Connecting to a LAN
To set the monitor to connect to a local area network.
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1. Connect a RJ45 cable to the corresponding ports on the monitor and your LAN switch or router.
2. Enter the OSD menu Setting > Control Setting. Select LAN.
3. Enter the next OSD menu Setting > Network Settings > IP Address DHCP or Manual
Setup
• If you are in a DHCP environment, highlight Auto Setup and select On. Once done, the IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and Primary DNS settings will be displayed.
• If you are not in a DHCP environment, highlight Auto Setup and select Off. Contact your ITS
administrator for information on the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and Primary
DNS settings and enter it accordingly.
Controlling the Monitor
Once you have the correct IP Address for your monitor and the monitor is on or in standby mode,
you can use any computer that is on the same local area network to control the monitor.
NOTE
• You can not control the monitor via the RS-232C connector when LAN control is in use.
• It is recommended that you use Google Chrome versions 51.0.2704.103 or higher
browser.
1. Enter the IP Address of the monitor in the address bar of your browser and press ENTER
button.
2. The setting page appears.
INFORMATION / PICTURE&SOUND / SCREEN / SETTING / SCHEDULE / NETWORK
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COMPUTER SETTING
 Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 Plug & Play
The iiyama LCD monitor complies with DDC2B of VESA standard. The Plug & Play function runs
on Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 by connecting the monitor to DDC2B compliant computer with
the Signal Cable supplied.
For installation on Windows XP: The monitor Information File for iiyama monitors may be
necessary for your computer and obtained via the Internet, using the address:
http://www.iiyama.com
NOTE
For additional information on how to download the driver for your touch screen monitor,

please access the internet site noted above.
Monitor Drivers are not required in most cases for Macintosh or Unix operating
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systems. For further information, please contact your computer dealer first for advice.
 Procedure for turning ON the Power Switch
Turn ON the monitor first, and then the computer.
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 Signal Timing
Change to the desired signal timing listed on page 37: COMPLIANT TIMING.
MULTI-TOUCH :
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This monitor complies with DDC2B of VESA standard. (Plug&play compliant)
The MULTI-TOUCH function runs on Windows7/8/8.1/10 by connecting the monitor to DDC2B
compliant computer with the USB cable supplied.
TOUCH support operation system :
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OS Version
(Windows)
Supported touches
Win 10
OS Version
(Mac OS)
XP
Single-touch
7.0
Android
6.0
5.0 ~ 5.1
multi-touch
4.4
3.18
4.0 ~ 4.4
3.0~3.14
Linux
3.0~4.4
Driver supports multi-touch
Mac OS
10.11
(El Capitan)
Single-touch
10.9 (Mavericks)
10.10 (Yosemite)
Similar to Apple
Trackpad gesture:
2-finger gesture:
zoom in/out, swipe
4-finger gesture:
show desktop
Similar to Apple
Trackpad gesture:
2-finger gesture:
zoom in/out, swipe
4-finger gesture:
show desktop
Our service team
provides you with
the driver and the
operation guide.
Supported touches
Note
Windows
Win7
multi-touch
Windows inbox driver
(No Need SiS driver)
Note
OS Version
(Linux Distribution)
Supported touches
Supported Kernel
version
Note
Win8
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Similar to Apple
Trackpad gesture:
2-finger gesture:
zoom in/out, swipe
4-finger gesture:
show desktop
Our service team
provides you with
the driver and the
operation guide.
10.12 (Sierra)
10.13 (High Sierra)
Our service team
provides you with
the driver and the
operation guide.
OPERATING THE MONITOR
To create the best picture, your iiyama LCD monitor has been preset at the factory with the COMPLIANT
TIMING shown on page 37. You are also able to adjust the picture by following the button operation
shown below. For more detailed adjustments, see page 28 for SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS.
Press the MENU button to start the On Screen Display feature. There are additional
/
buttons.
Menu items which can be switched by using the
Picture
Standard
Picture Mode
Contrast
80
Brightness
50
Chroma
50
Phase
50
Sharpness
5
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100
Backlight
Custom
Color Temp.
Reset
Move
ENTER
/OK
Enter
EXIT Exit
Select the Menu item of the adjustment you want to make. Press the OK button on
the remote control or ENTER button on the monitor and enter the menu page. Then,
/
buttons to highlight the desired adjustment item.
use the
Press the OK button on the remote control or ENTER button on the monitor again.
Use the / buttons to make the appropriate adjustment or setting.
Press the EXIT button to leave the menu, and the settings you just made would be
automatically saved.
For example, to correct for vertical position, select Menu item of Screen. Select "Screen" by
using the
/
buttons. Press the OK button on the remote control. Next, select "Adjust
Screen" by using the
/
buttons. Press the OK button on the remote control. Then, select
/
buttons.
"V. Position" by using the
/
buttons to change the vertical position settings. The vertical position of the
Use the
overall display should be changing accordingly while you are doing this.
Screen
Screen
Normal
Aspect
Adjust Screen
Off
Touch Feature
Move
Auto Adjustment
Phase
ENTER
/OK
Enter
EXIT Exit
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Clock Frequency
0
H. Position
50
V. Position
50
Move
ENTER
/OK
Enter
EXIT Exit
Press the EXIT button on the remote control lastly, it ends, all changes are saved in the memory.
NOTE
The EXIT button on the remote control can be used to return previous menu item.
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Any changes are automatically saved in the memory when the On Screen Display disappears.
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Turning off the power should be avoided while using the Menu.
Adjustments for Image Position, Clock Frequency and Phase are saved for each signal timing.
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Except for these adjustments, all other adjustments have only one setting which applies to all
signal timings.
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[LOCK MODE] * Available Back Controller only.
Back Controller Button:
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Pressing and holding the MENU and
Controller Button Lock function.
buttons for about 5 seconds, will lock/unlock the Back
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Power Button:
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Pressing and holding the MENU and ENTER buttons for about 5 seconds, will lock/unlock the
Power Button Lock function.
Remote Control Button:
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Pressing and holding the MENU and
Control Button Lock function.
buttons for about 5 seconds, will lock/unlock the Remote
PALM REJECTION FUNCTION:
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Palm rejection is a way to disregard touch made with “a large contact area” while finger modes.
A large contact area : palm, clenched fist, elbow, arm, etc.
When you touch the screen with a finger, palm rejection is activated and the screen does not
recognize touch made with the large contact area.
22 OPERATING THE MONITOR
ADJUSTMENT MENU CONTENTS
Picture
Picture
Standard
Picture Mode
100
Backlight
Contrast
80
Brightness
50
Chroma
50
Phase
50
Sharpness
5
Custom
Color Temp.
Move
Adjustment Item
ENTER
/OK
EXIT Exit
Problem / Option
Vivid
Standard
Picture Mode*3
Enter
Cinema
Custom
Button to Press
For displaying outdoor scenery images.
For general windows environment and monitor
default setting.
For movie and video environment.
Displays a picture on a screen set by Image
Settings adjustments.
Backlight
Brightness of back light is reduced.
Contrast*3
Too dull
Too intense
Brightness*1,3
Too dark
Too bright
Chroma*2
Too weak
Too strong
Phase
Purplish
Greenish
Sharpness
Too soft
Too sharp
Color Temp.*
3
Cool
Bluish white
Neutral
Greenish white
Warm
Reddish white
R
G
Cancel
Return to Menu.
OK
Resets all settings in the Picture menu.
B
Reset
Too weak
Too strong
Custom
*1 Adjust the Brightness when you are using the monitor in a dark room and feel the screen is too bright.
*2 Only HDMI and DisplayPort inputs.
*3 Contrast, Brightness, Color Temp. and Picture Mode cannot be adjusted and selected while Adv.
Contrast is active.
OPERATING THE MONITOR 23
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Reset
Sound
Sound
Treble
0
Bass
0
Balance
Center
Volume
50
Off
Mute
Speaker
Internal
Audio Source
Audio In
Reset
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Move
Adjustment Item
ENTER
/OK
Enter
EXIT Exit
Problem / Option
Treble
Too weak
Too strong
Bass
Too weak
Too strong
Balance
Left side speaker louder
Right side speaker louder
Volume
Too soft
Too loud
Mute
Speaker
Audio Source
Reset
Off
Return the sound volume to the previous level.
On
Turn off the sound temporarily.
Internal
Select the Internal Speaker.
Line-out *
Select the External Speaker or Headphone.
Auto
Select the audio input automatically.
Audio-In
Select the Line-In input.
Cancel
Return to Menu.
OK
Resets all settings in the Sound Settings menu.
* Available for HDMI and DisplayPort input only.
24 OPERATING THE MONITOR
Button to Press
Screen
Screen
Normal
Aspect
Adjust Screen
Off
ENTER
/OK
Move
Adjustment Item
16:10*1
5:4*1
Displays all picture in 5:4 aspect ratio.
Real*
Displays all picture in 4:3 aspect ratio.
2
Auto
Adjustment*4
Phase
Clock
Frequency
H. Position
V. Position
Off
Touch Feature
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Button to Press
Enlarges the picture to fill the screen in the vertical
direction, keeping the same aspect ratio.
Displays all picture in 16:10 aspect ratio.
4:3*1
Adjust Screen*3
EXIT Exit
Problem / Option
Normal*2
Aspect*5
Enter
On
Displays the picture dot by dot.
Cancel
OK
Return to Menu.
Adjusts Position, Clock Frequency and Phase
automatically.
To correct flickering text or lines
Too narrow
Too wide
Too far to the left
Too far to the right
Too low
Too high
Return to Menu.
Enable the touch function.
NOTE
Display wall will be disabled to optimize
touch performance.
Only HDMI(Video) and DisplayPort inputs.
Only VGA and HDMI(PC) inputs.
Only VGA input.
For best results, use the Auto Adjust in conjunction with the adjustment pattern. See page 28 for
SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS.
If the Touch Feature is enabled, this feature is not available.
OPERATING THE MONITOR 25
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Touch Feature
Setting
Setting
English
Language
Schedule
Power Save
Off
Control Setting
Off
Network Settings
Advanced
Information
All Reset
ENGLISH
Move
Adjustment Item
Language
ENTER
/OK
English
Nederlands
Dutch
Français
Español
French
Spanish
Polski
Polish
Russian
Deutsch
Italiano
Italian
German
Displays the current date and time.
Year/Month/Day/Hour/Minute
Time set / Date set
Clock Display
Off
Control Setting
Low
Off
Clock Display is turned off.
On
Displays time.
Sets when to turn on or off the display.
Off/On(Date Set/Input/On Timer/Off Timer)
Power Save is turned off.
All input sources can activate entering the
power saving mode, but only the VGA signal
can deactivate it. If an another input source
is connected you have to press the POWER
button.
Off
Control Setting is turned off.
RS-232C
Selects the RS-232C to control the display.
LAN
Selects this option to control the display via LAN.
Cancel
DHCP
Network Settings *6
Manual
Advanced
Auto
Adjustment *3
Return to Menu.
Once you are connected, the IP
Address, Subnet mask, Default
Execute gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary
DNS settings are displayed
automatically.
If you are not connected, contact your IT
administrator for information on the IP Address,
Subnet mask, Default gateway, Primary DNS
and Secondary DNS settings and enter them
accordingly.
Off
Auto Search
26 OPERATING THE MONITOR
Button to Press
English
On/Off Timer
Power Save *2
EXIT Exit
Problem / Option
Today *1
Schedule
Enter
On
Off
On
Auto Search is turned off.
Automatically detects available input
sources.
Auto Adjustment is turned off.
Adjusts Position, Clock Frequency
and Phase automatically.
Setting
Setting
English
Language
Schedule
Power Save
Off
Control Setting
Off
Network Settings
Advanced
Information
All Reset
Adjustment Item
Enter
EXIT Exit
Problem / Option
OSD Rotation
OSD Info Box
Adv. Contrast
DP
Landscape
Landscape display
Portrait
Portrait display
Off
OSD Info Box is turned off.
On
Switching signal inputs, or changing timing,
the current input source and resolution
information will be displayed on the screen.
Off
Typical Contrast Ratio
On
Increased Contrast Ratio
Not available on this model.
Advanced
Off
Opening Logo
On
Dot Wash
Anti Image
Retention
Fan *4
Button to Press
iiyama Logo does not display when the
monitor is turned on.
iiyama Logo displayed when the monitor is
turned on.
Off
Dot wash is turned off.
Draw a 4x4 pixel block on the screen.
On
To prevent burn-in, set the display time of all
White Wash white pattern after Sleep mode with no signal.
Off / 15min / 30min
The fan turns on automatically when the
monitor's internal temperature reaches
Auto
60°C or higher.
Off
Fan is turned off.
Fan is turned on.
On
Model Name/Operation Time/Software Version/LAN Version/IP Address*5
Information
All Reset
NOTE
See your graphic card user guide for more information about
changing the resolution and refresh.
Cancel
Return to Menu.
OK
Factory-preset data is restored.
*1 You must set this item when using "On/Off Timer".
*2 RS-232C can bring any mode out of the power saving status.
*3 For best results, use the Auto Adjust in conjunction with the adjustment pattern. See page 28 for
SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS.
*4 If the screen is used in face-up position, please be sure to turn on the FAN function.
*5 IP adress is displayed only when LAN is connected.
*6 It can be used when LAN of Control Setting is selected.
OPERATING THE MONITOR 27
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ENTER
/OK
Move
SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS
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Adjust the image by following the procedure below to get the desired picture when selecting Analog input.
 The screen adjustments described in this manual are designed to set image position and minimize
flicker or blur for the particular computer in use.
 The monitor is designed to provide the best performance at resolution of 1920 × 1080, but can not
provide the best at resolutions of less than 1920 × 1080 because the picture is automatically stretched
to fit the full screen. It is recommended to operate at resolution of 1920 × 1080 in normal use.
 Displayed text or lines will be blurred or irregular in thickness when the picture is stretched due to
the screen enlargement process.
 It is preferable to adjust the image position and frequency with the monitor controls, rather than
the computer software or utilities.
 Perform adjustments after a warm-up period of at least thirty minutes.
 Additional adjustments may be required after the Auto Adjust depending on the resolution or signal timing.
 The Auto Adjust may not work correctly when displaying the picture other than the screen
adjustment pattern. In this case, manual adjustments are required.
There are two ways to adjust the screen. One way is automatic adjustment for Position, Clock
Frequency and Phase. The other way is performing each adjustment manually.
Perform the Auto Adjust first when the monitor is connected to a new computer, or resolution is
changed. If the screen has a flicker or blur, or the picture does not fit in the display area after performing
the Auto Adjust, manual adjustments are required. Both adjustments should be made by using the
screen adjustment pattern (Test.bmp) obtained via the IIYAMA web site (http://www.iiyama.com).
Adjust the image by following the procedure below to get the desired picture.
This manual explains adjustment under Windows® OS.
Display the picture at the optimum resolution.
Enter the Test.bmp (screen adjustment pattern) to wallpaper.
NOTE  Consult the appropriate documentation for doing this.
 Test.bmp is made at resolution of 1280 × 1024. Set the display position to center in
the wallpaper setting dialogue box. If you use Microsoft® PLUS! 95/98 cancel the
setting of “Stretch desktop wallpaper to fit the screen”.
[Adjustment pattern]
Color bar
Zebra pattern
Picture frame
28 OPERATING THE MONITOR
Adjust the Auto Adjustment.
Adjust the image manually by following procedure below when the screen has a flicker or
blur, or the picture does not fit in the display area after performing the Auto Adjust.
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Adjust the V-Position so that the top and bottom of the picture frame will fit to the display
area.
1) Adjust the H-Position so that the left side of the picture frame will move to the left edge
of the display area.
2) Stretch the right side of the picture frame to the right edge of the display area by
adjusting the Clock Frequency.
NOTE  When the left side of the picture frame moves apart from the left edge of the display
area during the Clock Frequency adjustment, adjust steps 1) and 2).
 Another way to make the Clock Frequency adjustment is to correct the vertical wavy
lines in the zebra pattern.
 The picture may flicker during the Clock Frequency, H/V-Position adjustment.
 In case the picture frame is bigger or smaller than the data display area after the
Clock Frequency adjustment, repeat steps from .
OPERATING THE MONITOR 29
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Adjust the Phase to correct horizontal wavy noise, flicker or blur in the zebra pattern.
NOTE
and
 In case the strong flicker or blurs remain on a part of the screen, repeat steps
because the Clock Frequency may not be adjusted correctly. If the flicker or blurs still
remain, set the refresh rate of computer to low (60Hz) and repeat steps from
again.
 Adjust the H-Position after the Phase adjustment if the horizontal position moves
during the adjustment.
Adjust the Brightness and Color to get the desired picture after you complete the Clock
Frequency and Phase adjustments.
Put back your favorite wallpaper.
30 OPERATING THE MONITOR
POWER MANAGEMENT FEATURE
Power Management Mode

When the H-sync signal / V-sync signal / H and V sync signals from the computer are off, the
monitor enters into Power Management Mode which reduces the power consumption to less
than 1.0W. The screen becomes dark, and the power indicator turns to orange. From Power
Management Mode, the image reappears in several seconds when either the keyboard or the
mouse are touched again.
Power Indicator
NORMAL MODE
Green
POWER MANAGEMENT MODE
Orange
POWER 0
1.0W
CONSUMPTION
100%
Even when using the power management mode, the monitor consumes electricity. Turn
NOTE 
off the Power Switch whenever the monitor is not in use, during the night and weekends,
to avoid unnecessary power consumption.
It is possible that the video signal from the computer may be on while the H or V sync

signal is missing. In this instance, the POWER MANAGEMENT feature may not work
properly.
OPERATING THE MONITOR 31
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The power management feature of this product complies with power saving requirement of VESA
DPMS. When activated, it automatically reduces unnecessary power consumption of the monitor
when your computer is not in use.
To use the feature, the monitor needs to be connected to a VESA DPMS compliant computer.
There is a power management step the monitor takes as described below. The power management
function, including any timer settings is configured by the operating system. Check your operating
system manual for information on how this can be configured.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If the monitor fails to operate correctly, please follow the steps below for a possible solution.
1. Perform the adjustments described in OPERATING THE MONITOR, depending on the problem
you have. If the monitor does not get a picture, skip to 2.
2. Consult the following items if you cannot find an appropriate adjustment item in OPERATING THE
MONITOR or if the problem persists.
3. If you are experiencing a problem which is not described below or you cannot correct the problem,
discontinue using the monitor and contact your dealer or iiyama service center for further assistance.
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Problem
Check
The picture does
not appear.
(Power indicator
does not light up.)
The Power Cable is firmly seated in the socket.

The Power Switch is turned ON.

The AC socket is live. Please check with another piece of equipment.

(Power indicator
is green.)
If the blank screen saver is in active mode, touch the keyboard or the mouse.

Increase the Contrast and/or Brightness.

The computer is ON.

The Signal Cable is properly connected.

The signal timing of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

(Power indicator
is orange.)
If the monitor is in power management mode, touch the keyboard or the mouse.

The computer is ON.

The Signal Cable is properly connected.

The signal timing of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

The screen is not
synchronized.
The Signal Cable is properly connected.

The signal timing of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

The video output level of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

The screen
position is not in
the center.
The signal timing of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

The screen is too
bright or too dark.
The video output level of the computer is within the specification of the

monitor.
The screen is
shaking.
The power voltage is within the specification of the monitor.

The signal timing of the computer is within the specification of the monitor.

No sound.
The audio equipment (computer etc.) is ON.

The Audio Cable is properly connected.

The Volume is turned up.

The Mute is OFF.

The audio output level of the audio equipment is within the specification of

the monitor.
The sound is too
loud or too quiet.
The audio output level of the audio equipment is within the specification of

the monitor.
32 TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Check
The Audio Cable is properly connected.

T h e t o u c h
screen shows no
response.
The USB Cable is firmly seated in the socket.

Touch screen driver software is installed.

The touch position
does not deviate.
The calibration function set up correctly.

ENGLISH
A strange noise is
heard.
RECYCLING INFORMATION
For better environment protection please don't dispose your monitor.
Please visit our web site: www.iiyama.com/recycle for monitor recycling.
TROUBLE SHOOTING / RECYCLING INFORMATION 33
APPENDIX
Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
SPECIFICATIONS : ProLite TF3238MSC
Technology
Touch
Screen
Light transmission
84%
Hardness
7H
Thickness
3mm
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Communication system
Size Category
Panel technology
LCD
Panel
Projected capacitive 12points
USB serial transfer
32"
MVA
Size
Diagonal: 32" (80cm)
Pixel pitch
0.3637mm H × 0.3637mm V
Brightness
500cd/m2 (Typical: without Touch panel)
Contrast ratio
3000 : 1 (Typical)
Viewable angle
Horizontal : 178 degrees, Vertical: 178 degrees (Typical)
Response time
Display Colors
Sync Frequency
Maximum Resolution
8ms (Gray to Gray)
Approx.16.7M
Analog: Horizontal: 30.0-83.0kHz, Vertical: 50-76Hz
Digital: Horizontal: 30.0-83.0kHz, Vertical: 23-76Hz
1920 × 1080, 2.1 MegaPixels
Input Connector
VGA, DVI-D, HDMI×2, DisplayPort
Input Audio Connector
mini jack
LAN
RJ45
Serial Port
RS-232C In
Plug & Play
VESA DDC2BTM
Input Sync Signal
Separate sync: TTL, Positive or Negative
Analog: 0.7Vp-p (Standard), 75Positive
Digital: DVI (Digital Visual Interface Standard Rev.1.0) compliance
Digital: HDMI, DisplayPort
2Vrms maximum
Input Video Signal
Input Audio Signal
External IR Connector
mini jack
Headphone Connector
RCA(L/R)
Speakers
8W×2 (Stereo speakers)
Maximum Screen Size
698.40mm W × 392.85mm H / 27.5" W × 15.5" H
Power Source
100-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 1.2A
60W typical, Power management mode: 1.0W maximum
Energy Efficiency Class: B
748.5 × 450.0 × 68.0mm / 29.5 × 17.7 × 2.7" (W×H×D)
14.5kg / 31.9lbs
Operating:
Temperature 0 to 40°C / 32 to 104°F
Humidity
90% (No condensation)
Storage:
Temperature -20 to 60°C / 4 to 140°F
Humidity
90% (No condensation)
CB, CE, CU, TÜV-Bauart, cULus
Power Consumption*
Dimensions / Net Weight
Environmental Considerations
Approvals
NOTE * USB peripherals / Audio equipment are not connected.
34 APPENDIX
SPECIFICATIONS : ProLite TF4338MSC
Projected capacitive 12points
84%
Hardness
7H
Thickness
3mm
Communication system
Size Category
Panel technology
LCD
Panel
USB serial transfer
43"
IPS
Size
Diagonal: 43" (108cm)
Pixel pitch
0.4902mm H × 0.4902mm V
Brightness
450cd/m2 (Typical: without Touch panel)
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Touch
Screen
Technology
Light transmission
Contrast ratio
1100 : 1 (Typical)
Viewable angle
Horizontal : 178 degrees, Vertical: 178 degrees (Typical)
Response time
12ms (Gray to Gray)
Display Colors
Sync Frequency
Maximum Resolution
Approx.16.7M
Analog: Horizontal: 30.0-83.0kHz, Vertical: 50-76Hz
Digital: Horizontal: 30.0-83.0kHz, Vertical: 23-76Hz
1920 × 1080, 2.1 MegaPixels
Input Connector
VGA, DVI-D, HDMI×2, DisplayPort
Input Audio Connector
mini jack
LAN
RJ45
Serial Port
RS-232C In
Plug & Play
VESA DDC2BTM
Input Sync Signal
Separate sync: TTL, Positive or Negative
Analog: 0.7Vp-p (Standard), 75Positive
Digital: DVI (Digital Visual Interface Standard Rev.1.0) compliance
Digital: HDMI, DisplayPort
2Vrms maximum
Input Video Signal
Input Audio Signal
External IR Connector
mini jack
Headphone Connector
RCA(L/R)
Speakers
8W×2 (Stereo speakers)
Maximum Screen Size
941.18mm W × 529.41mm H / 37.1" W × 20.8" H
Power Source
100-240VAC, 50-60Hz, 1.2A
75W typical, Power management mode: 1.0W maximum
Energy Efficiency Class: A
987.5 × 587.5 × 68.0mm / 38.9 × 23.1 × 2.7" (W×H×D)
21.6kg / 47.6lbs
Operating:
Temperature 0 to 40°C / 32 to 104°F
Humidity
90% (No condensation)
Storage:
Temperature -20 to 60°C / 4 to 140°F
90% (No condensation)
Humidity
CB, CE, CU, TÜV-Bauart, cULus
Power Consumption*
Dimensions / Net Weight
Environmental Considerations
Approvals
NOTE * USB peripherals / Audio equipment are not connected.
APPENDIX 35
DIMENSIONS : ProLite TF3238MSC
4xM6 SCREW HOLE
(VESA MOUNT)
125.0mm/4.9”
174.25mm/6.8”
400.0mm/15.7”
200.0mm/7.9”
330.0mm/13.0”
395.5mm/15.6”
450.0mm/17.7”
225.0mm/8.9”
20.0mm/0.8”
DIMENSIONS : ProLite TF4338MSC
36 APPENDIX
4xM6 SCREW HOLE
(VESA MOUNT)
193.75mm/7.6”
293.75mm/11.6”
400.0mm/15.7”
200.0mm/7.9”
531.5mm/20.9”
587.5mm/23.1”
20.0mm/0.8”
100.0mm/3.9”
987.5mm/38.9”
943.5mm/37.1”
367.5mm/14.5”
293.75mm/11.6”
200.0mm/7.9”
400.0mm/15.7”
36.0mm/1.4”
68.0mm/2.7”
672.0mm/26.5”
294.0mm/11.6”
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748.5mm/29.5”
701.0mm/27.6”
100.0mm/3.9”
174.25mm/6.8”
200.0mm/7.9”
400.0mm/15.7”
36.0mm/1.4”
68.0mm/2.7”
581.0mm/22.9”
Horizontal
Frequency
Vertical
Frequency
Dot Clock
640 × 480
31.469kHz
59.940Hz
25.175MHz
720 × 400
31.467kHz
70.080Hz
28.320MHz
800 × 600
37.879kHz
60.317Hz
40.000MHz
1024 × 768
48.363kHz
60.004Hz
65.000MHz
1280 × 720
44.720kHz
60.000Hz
74.500MHz
63.981kHz
60.020Hz
108.000MHz
79.976kHz
75.025Hz
135.000MHz
Video Mode
VGA
SVGA
VESA
XGA
SXGA
SD
HD
1280 × 1024
WSXGA+
1680 × 1050
65.290kHz
59.954Hz
146.250MHz
Full HD
1920 × 1080
67.500kHz
60.000Hz
148.500MHz
480p
60Hz
31.469kHz
59.940Hz
27.000MHz
576p
50Hz
31.250kHz
50.000Hz
27.000MHz
720p
50Hz
37.500kHz
50.000Hz
74.250MHz
720p
60Hz
45.000kHz
60.000Hz
74.250MHz
1080p
24Hz
27.000kHz
24.000Hz
74.250MHz
1080p
30Hz
33.750kHz
30.000Hz
74.250MHz
1080p
50Hz
56.250kHz
50.000Hz
148.500MHz
1080p
60Hz
67.500kHz
60.000Hz
148.500MHz
APPENDIX 37
M199F21
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