NEC FA3435K User manual

NEC FA3435K User manual
a MITSUBISHI
COLOR MONITOR
MODEL
FA3435K SERIES
USER'S GUIDE
For future reference, record the serial
number of your display monitor in the
space below: :
SERIAL No.
The serial number is located on the rear
cover of the set,
CONTENTS
| $. INTRODUCTION. ........e.eemre nana vi eder roo ecrm. 2
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE |
STATEMENT FOR CANADA | 2. INSTALLATION ....12 022100 0 4 4e 4 4 44 4 ea 0 4 4 a a ee ea a 000 3
This digital apparatus generates, utilizes and can radiate radio frequency energy |
3. USER CONTROLS .. 1.102022 24 22 4 64 4 64 8 a 4 40 4 0 44410 400 10
and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may
cause interference to radio communications.
It has been tested with a class B digital apparatus and the cable described below 4. CALIBRATION CONTROLS
and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital apparatus in accordance
with the specifications in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications, which are designed to provide reasonable 5. CONNECTION METHODS FOR VARIOUS INPUTS ............ 15
protection against such interference when operated in a residential environment.
1. Signal cable for IBM Graphics adapter “CGA” and “EGA”, 6. QUICK CHECK ......24 0200 440 8 0444 0 0 6 8 4 0 4 8 8 asso 16
use the CABLE FA12 provided as à accessory. |
| . | 7. CARE AND MAINTENANCE. ......eeoneaaearoreo acre. 17
2. Signal cable for IBM Graphics adapter “VGA” and “8514A”: |
use the CABLE FASB provided as a accessory. |
8. SPECIFICATIONS ii i 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 4 0 4 0 8 4 08 40 04 0 19
3. Signal cable for IBM Graphics adapter "PGC” and APPLE
“LGS” and “MAC H”: use the optional shielded cable.
APPENDIX A
PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND SIGNAL LEVEL ............ 20
APPENDIX B
| STANDARD SIGNAL CABLE .. ...... iin 23
|
1. INTRODUCTION
2. INSTALLATION
1
Compatible to the IBM personal system/2, PC-AT: The size and position of the
picture to operate the {BM system VGA, 8514A and EGA each boards) is auto-
matically adjusted at the click center of knobs on the front panel of the unit.
In addition, manual adjustment to the other computer such as APPLE IGS
and MAC Il and IBM PC-AT (PGC) can be available with the knobs.
2
Video signal can be input on a shrinked D-SUB 15 pin connector: RGB TTL
(8 colors) RGBI TTL 16 colors pastel/saturation), RGBR'G'B'TTL (64 colors),
and RGB analog signals. In addition, TTL text mode can be used by switched
to text. (green, amber and white)
Automatic tracking and synchronization over a wide range of horizontal (15.7-
35.5kHz) and vertical (50-87 Hz) scanning frequencies,
4
Another feature is the normal scan and WIDE SCAN selection for convenient
picture size and position adjustment with the SCAN MODE switch. This selec-
tion function is available in a horizontal scanning frequency range of 15-25kHz.
1) Turn your computer power off.
2) Connect one end of the signal cable to the interface on the graphics adapter
and connect the other end of the signal cable to the interface marked
“SIGNAL INPUT” on the rear of color monitor.
Please select the mode of each switch accordance with connected signal cable.
1. Connecting an IBM or IBM-compatible computer,
For connection of the ANALOG signals such as PGC, as shown, use the cable
(optional extra) with a 9-pin D-SUB type.
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D-SUBOP
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D-SUB15P
shrinked
(Male) CABLE-FA1
SCAN MODE SWITCH
I ANALOG/TTL SWITCH
INPUT SIONAL |
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MODE
WIDE tg. al. SWITCH
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| соков MCDE | TEXT/COLOR
AC POWER SIGNAL INPUT
RECEPTACLE (3P) CONNECTOR SELECT SWITCH SWITCH
(Female)
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2 3 4
Figure 1
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
2. Connecting an IBM or IBM-compatible computer.
For connection of the TTL signals such as CGA/EGA, as shown, use the cable
(accessory) with a 9-pin D-SUB type.
PERSONAL COMPUTER
a D-SUB9P
| © 7 (Male)
D-SUB15P
shrinked
(Male) CABLE-FA12
I ANALOG/TTL SWITCH
INPUT SIQNAL |
ol ANA E TTL |
MODE
ca E SWITCH
XL
“Gor = oop == |
SCAN MODE SG
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| coLon MODE | TEXT/COLOR
AC POWER SIGNAL INPUT
RECEPTACLE (3P) CONECTOR SELECT SWITCH SWITCH
(Female
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2 3 4
Figure 2
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3.. Connecting a IBM Personal System/2 (VGA/8514A) or |BM-compatible
For connection as shown, use the cable (accessory) with a 15-pin
computer.
shrinked D-SUB type.
|
D-SUB 15P
PERSONAL COMPUTER
К
D-SUB 15P shrinked
(Male)
shrinked
(Male) CABLE-FA5
SCAN MODE SWITCH
I ANALOG/TTL SWITCH
AC POWER SIGNAL INPUT
RECEPTACLE (3P} CONNECTOR
(Female)
Figure 3
INPUT SIGNAL |
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SCA
a MODE
NORM mm SWITCH
COLOR MODE | TEXT/COLOR
SELECT SWITCH SWITCH
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1 2 3 4
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4. Connecting the APPLE personal computer IIGS and MACIL. 5. Connection of Signal Cables with BNC connector
For connection as shown, use the cable (optional extra) with a 15-pin D-SUB
type.
(1) In case of COMPOSITE SYNC ON GREEN VIDEO
Red video
Green video with sync
PERSONAL COMPUTER
Blue video
(E) D-SUB15P
VA oO {Male)
D-SUB15P \ AN
shrinked ©
(Male) CABLE-FA4 SS
(Rear Panel)
SCAN MODE M Me SWITCH
о INPUT SIGNAL
O O | | | (2) In case of EXTERNAL COMPOSITE SYNC
| се | (TT w= | MODE
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AC POWER SIGNAL INPUT COLOR MODE | TEXT/COLOR A с
RECEPTACLE {3P) CONNECTOR SELECT SWITCH SWITCH 8
(Female) ©
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1 2 3 4 | ® ©
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' Composite sync.
Figure 4 |
(Rear Panel)
\. — \
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
(3) In case of EXTERNAL SEPARATE SYNC
Red video
Green video
Blue video
A —
Vertical sync,
Horizontal sync.
(Rear Panel}
Note:
(Type RG59/U or equivalent)
e The signal cable should be made of 75 ohm shielded coaxial cable.
~
3): Plug the power cord into the monitor and a standard AC outlet or approved
power strip.
—
8
AC Power Receptacle {3P)
Figure 5 Rear View
Caution: Connect to a properly grounded outlet
Note: « If you experience diskette errors while using the monitor, adjust the
position of the monitor in relation to the computer or move the moni-
tor farther away from the computer.
3.USER CONTROLS — 4. CALIBRATION CONTROLS
Power-up all equipment. Use your computer system operation guide for instruc-
tions on powering your computer and other peripherals. -
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——— DIH, SIZE CONTROL
@ (OH. POSITION CONTROL
® (Dv, SIZE CONTROL
LL J —— 6 Cv. POSITION CONTROL
| | | Ш 1) Power-on. Indicator
(2) Power ON/OFF Switch
@ L}BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
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Figure 6 Front View
4) GAIN CONTROL
1) Power-on Indicator
This indicator illuminates when the power is on.
2) Power ON/OFF Switch
The power ON/OFF Switch is a push switch, Press the button once to
switch the power on. Press it again to switch the power off. x
3) BRIGHTNESS CONTROL
ANALOG MODE:
Turn clockwise for greater brightness.
+ ANALOG/TTL SWITCH
INPUT SIGNAL |
Ta E wire
TTL COLOR
|
TEXT cy] |
|
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TTL MODE:
Turn clockwise for greater contrast. The same as EGA 16 & 64 colors , AC POWER SIGNAL INPUT | COLOR MODE |_ TEXT/COLOR
contrast, } RECEPTACLE {3P} CONNECTOR 2) SELECT SWITCH 7 SWITCH
(Female)
4) GAIN CONTROL
Turn clockwise for deeper contrast. в
# Please refrain the power on and off excessively can be a cause of damage
and/or electical shocks.
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CALIBRATION CONTROLS
/
1) HORIZONTAL PICTURE AMPLITUDE
Varies the width of the picture in the horizontal direction when receiving
RGB TTL/ANALOG signals adjust the size with this knob mounted on
the front panel. Turn clockwise to increase picture size.
2) HORIZONTAL PICTURE SHIFT
To vary the picture position slightly in the horizontal direction when
receiving RGB TTL/ANALOG signals adjust the position with this knob
mounted on the front panel.
3) VERTICAL PICTURE AMPLITUDE
Varies the width of the picture in the vertical direction when receiving
RGB TTL/ANALOG signals adjust the size with this knob mounted on
the front panel. Turn clockwise to increase picture size.
4) VERTICAL PICTURE SHIFT
To vary the picture position slightly in the vertical direction when receiv-
ing RGB TTL/ANALOG signals adjust the position with this knob
mounted on the front panel.
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CALIBRATION CONTROLS
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:5) SCAN MODE SWITCH
When signals within a horizontal frequency range of 15-25kHz are
received use this switch for underscan selection at manual mode (see
figure (8).
— Pr )
WIDE SCAN
Figure 8 NORMAL
6) ANALOG/TTL SWITCH
Used to select an input video signal — either TTL or ANALOG — of the
graphics adapter. It is important to determine whether the input signal of
the graphics adapter being used is ANALOG or TTL prior to connecting
the adapter with your personal computer. Refer to instructions accom-
panying the graphics adapter for information on the input signal.
7) TEXT COLOR SWITCH
This can be used on TTL mode only, and has 3 text colors of green
amber and white. (According to the color mode select switch. See
Figure 9.)
8) MODE SWITCH
At the preset position, the monitor shall automatical!y coliect and follow
the size position and colors of pictures of IBM system (PS/2 3 lines mode
and EGA/CGA each boards). At the NORMAL position, the TTL color
mode of 8 colors, 16 saturation/pastel and 64 colors can be selected by
color mode switch manually in order to meet other PC's modes.
NOTE:
e Please turn off and turn on the power again, when the screen disappears on
the case of selecting the MODE switch to “PRESET or "NORM."
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``
CALIBRATION CONTROLS
—
9) COLOR MODE SELECT SWITCH
1. TEXT/MONOCHROME SELECTION (SWITCH 1, 2)
This can be on TTL Mode and select three color on the TEXT
position. Examples of selection is following switch position.
Cotor GREEN AMBER WHITE
SWITCH il
POSITION Г M M
1 2 1 2 1 2
2. TTL COLOR MATRIX SELECT (SWITCH 3, 4)
This can be select following 4 colors when you select COLOR
switch on TTL mode prior to connecting with your personal
computer.
Color 16 COLORS 16 COLORS
8 COLOAS SATURATION PASTEL
wr ml 1
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3 443 4/3 4/3 4
64 COLORS
5. CONNECTION METHODS FOR VARIOUS INPUTS
Pa
DIP switch
1 2 3 4
\ 7 A /
TEXT/MONOCHROME 1 L TTL COLOR MATRIX
SELECTION SELECT
(switch 1, 2) (switch 3, 4)
Fig. 9
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Recommended Signals
Video signal (TTL input}
(Analog input)
TTL level {positive polarity)
Conformable to 0 ~ 0.7V, 7582
Synchronizing (TTL input) Separate HV TTL level
signal (polarity unrelated)
Composite HV TTL level
{negative polarity)
{Analog input} Composite HV 0.3V analog level at Sync.
on Green
(negative polarity)
O Relation between the video and horizontal synchronizing signals
Video signal >< | | |
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Horizontal synchronizing signal — J + LOT
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(a) Horizontal period (1/f): 28.2usec ~ B4usec.
{b) Blanking: MIN 5,1usec at normal scan.
{c} Width of horizontai synchronizing pulse: MIN 1usec, MAX 7 usec.
O Relation between the video and vertical synchronizing signals
Video signal ><] | ee —- |
Vertical synchronizing signal — 1] + | |
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{d} Vertical frequency: 12.5msec ~ 22msec.
(e) Front poach: MIN Omsec.
(f) Back poach: MIN 0.62msec.
{g) Width of vertical synchronizing pulse: MIN 50usec, MAX 2000usec.
(Separate Sync.)
MIN 50usec, MAX 150us
(Composite Sync.)
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/
Below are some common problems you may encounter. Refer to this checklist
before contacting a service technician.
1. Monitor screen is blank. {or white)
A. Check brightness control; adjust to maximum brightness by turning the
control completely clockwise.
B. Check power.
a. Verify that the power-on indicator on the front of the monitor is
illuminated.
See that the monitor power on/off switch is in the on position.
Check whether the power cord is plugged into the electrical outlet.
Confirm that the wall power socket is active and works properly.
If all the above have been checked, unplug the power cord for 30
seconds, re-connect it and re-try the monitor power switch,
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C. Check connections.
a. Check that the computer's power is on,
b. See that the RGB connector cable is securely plugged into the com-
puter interface unit (monitor controller board).
c. Verify that the RGB connector cable is plugged into the correct con-
troller inside the computer,
d. Confirm that the controller is properly installed inside the computer.
2. Monitor screen image is dim,
A. Check brightness control; adjust to maximum brightness by turning the
control completely clockwise.
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7. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
„
Provided the color monitor is connected to the proper power source and is
handled gently, it should give you a long period of trouble-free productivity.
If there is an occasion when you suspect a malfunction with the unit, unplug the
set and have it checked by your qualified service technician under conditions
such as:
e The set has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
e The power cord is damaged or frayed.
e The set has been exposed to rain or water.
If you are unable to restore normal operation by following the procedures in
this guide, do not attempt any further adjustments as improper adjustment of
other controls will result in damage. Unplug the set and call your dealer.
If the set fails, or exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a
need for service. Unplug the set and have it checked by a professional service
technician.
It is normal for some sets to make occasional snapping and popping sounds,
particularly when being turned on or off. If the snapping or popping is con-
tinuous or frequent, unplug the set and consult your dealer.
Installation and Location Hints
The set has slots in the cabinet and back to provide reliable operation of the
monitor and for ventilation purposes.
e Install the set about 4” (0.1 meters) away from the wall.
e Never cover the slots or openings with cloth or other fabric.
e Never block the bottom ventilation slots of the monitor by placing it on a
bed, sofa, rug, etc..
e Never place the monitor in a built-in enclosure, unless proper ventilation is
provided.
e Never place the monitor near or over a radiator or heat register.
e Never expose the monitor to rain or excessive moisture and dust as this can
be a potential cause of fire or shock hazard.
e Never place the monitor on an unstable monitor cart or stand; the monitor
may fall causing damage to the monitor or personal injury. Use only with a
cart or stand recommended by the manufacturer.
Operation
e Operate the set only from the power source indicated on the back of the
cabinet.
e To use a power source that is not marked on the back of the monitor will
shorten the life of the monitor and cause damage in addition to improper
operation.
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CARE AND MAINTENA
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This monitor is equipped with a three-pronged power plug. To ensure safe
operation, this plug must be inserted only into a standard three-prong power
outlet which is correctly grounded through normal electrical wiring. Extension
cords used with the equipment must be three-wire and be correctly wired to
provide connection to the ground. Incorrectly wired extension cords are a
major cause of fatalities. The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily
does not imply that the power point is grounded and that the installation is
completely safe. For your sefety, consult a qualified electrician, if you have
any questions.
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in fire or
shock.
Adjust only those controls that are described in this guide. Improper adjust-
ment of other controls may result in damage and could require the services
of a technician to restore proper operation.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this monitor
where the cord will be abused by persons walking on it.
When not using the set for extended periods of time, such as a weekend or
vacation, unplug the set from the wall outlet.
If the same characters or graphics are shown for a long time with thé Bright-
ness and Contrast controls set to maximum positions, part of the screen may
become damaged. Use these controls with care.
Do not remove the back cover of the set as this can expose you to very high
voltages and other hazards.
Do not drop or push objects into the cabinet openings. Some internal parts
carry hazardous voltages and contact can result in electrical shock or fire.
Never operate the set near water.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the monitor. |f liquid has accidentally
spilled into it, unplug the set and have it checked by a service technician.
Cleaning
e Always unplug the monitor before cleaning.
e Wipe the screen and cabinet front and sides with a soft cloth.
If the screen requires more than dusting, apply a household window cleaner
to soft cloth to clean the monitor screen.
Caution — Do not use benzene, thinner or any volatile substance to clean the
unit as the finish may be permanently marked. Never leave the unit
in contact with rubber or vinyl for an extended period.
¢ Occasionally, the internal parts of the monitor may need to be cleaned to
prevent fire and other damage caused by dust particles. It is recommended
that you take the unit to your dealer for yearly cleaning.
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8. SPECIFICATIONS
CRT 13” viewable
: 90 degree deflection
0.28mm trio dot pitch
Non-Glare
Input Signal RGB video TTL Positive 8/16/64 Colors
Analog 0.7Vp-p positive
Sync. Separate sync. TTL + HD, + VD
Comp. sync. TTL £ HD/VD
Sync. on Green
Standard signal cable Signal cables are parepared for target PCs. Optional
cables are for IBM PGC and APPLE MAC II and IIGS.
Accessory cables are for IBM CGA/EGA and VGA/
8514A.
Synchronization Horizontal 16.7kHz to 35.5kHz {Automatically}
Vertical 50Hz to 87Hz (Automatically)
Resolution RGB TTL/ANALOG
Horizontal 800 dots o 1120 dots ji terlaced
Vertical 560 lines J interlaced 780 lines interface
Display Area Horizontal 240mm (Nomina!)
Verticai 180mm (Nominal)
Video Band Width 40 MHz at ANALOG mode (Typical)
Misconvergence Less than 0.3mm (Center)
Power Supply 100 — 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption 90W
Cabinet Dimensions 354mm (W) x 312mm (H) x 390mm (D)
Weight Approximately 13.1 kg
Accessory Power cord
Signal cable FA12 (FOR IBM CGA/EGA)
Signal cable FA5 (FOR IBM VGA/8514A)
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APPENDIX A PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND SIGNAL LEVEL
APPENDIX A PIN ASSIGNMENTS AND SIGNAL LEVEL
D-SUB TYPE Shrinked 15P
(Female)
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF IBM GRAPHICS ADAPTER AND THE OTHER
COMPUTER FOR TTL SIGNAL INPUT
7 ¿COLORS #5 COLOR: 2 Frs IATA "a
ETE e GENE Ay A EN
MOUNTED ON THE REAR PANEL 1 _ _ _ _ "
2 — _ — — —
STANDARD PIN ASSIGNMENT ; 7 - 7 7 -
4 — — — — —
PIN > _ _ _ " _
ASSIGNME 6 GROUND | GROUND | GROUND | GROUND | GROUND
7 INTENSITY | GREEN/ — INTENSITY [SECONDARY
2 RED INTENSITY GREEN
3 GREEN GROUND 8 VERTICAL | VERTICAL | VERTICAL | VERTICAL | VERTICAL
a GREEN SYNC. SYNC. SYNC. SYNC. SYNC.
5 — BLUE GROUND HORIZONTAL | HORIZONTAL | HORIZONTAL | HORIZONTAL | HORIZONTAL
9 SYNC./ SYNC./
SYNC. SYNC. SYNC. seme. | NS
6 GROUND GROUND ; |
7 SECONDARY GREEN _ 10 — — — - —
PRIMARY PRIMARY
8 VERTICAL SYNC. VERTICAL SYNC. 11 GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN
9 HORIZONTAL SYNC. HORIZONTAL SYNC. 2 7 SECONDARY I - SECONDARY
10 — BLUE RED RED
| PRIMARY PRIMARY
11 GREEN _ 13 RED RED RED RED REO
12 SECONDARY RED
14 BLUE PRE BLUE BLUE PRIMAS
13 RED
SECONDARY SECONDARY
14 BLUE 15 — SLUE _ _ O
15 SECONDARY BLUE ALL SIGNALS ARE TTL
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| |
PIN ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL LEVEL OF IBM GRAPHICS ADAPTER OPTION
AND THE OTHER COMPUTER FOR ANALOG SIGNAL INPUT
TYPE: CABLE-FA1 (FOR PGC)
Poo a FCE EN ; То PIN ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL LEVEL
aw Pa aa Libs A 1.5
MENT e Le a ee AT E E E. —— . APPO m
1 | RED GROUND | RED GROUND | RED GROUND | RED GROUND Monitor | + OLOLOLORO ©
2 *RED *RED *RED *RED — — ODO ©)
a GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN x=
* | GROUND GROUND GROUND GROUND D-SUB15P D-SUB9P
- shrinked (Male)
. . . **GREEN Male
4 GREEN GREEN GREEN H/V SYNC.
Wire: 3 coaxial and 2-pair twisted
5 | BLUE GROUND | BLUE GROUND | BLUE GROUND | BLUE GROUND
6 GROUND GROUND GROUND GROUND SIGNAL. — >
7 _ _ _ _ НО) | PROFESSIONAL GR ¡GRAPHICS |
MODE VERTICAL : DA
8 CONTROL SYNC. — — ASSIGNMENT
9 COMPOSITE | HORIZONTAL | y sync _ ! "RED
SYNC. SYNC. " GREEN
10 *BLUE *BLUE *BLUE "BLUE 3 "BLUE
11 — — — — 4 **COMPOSITE SYNC.
12 - - - - 5 **MODE CONTROL
13 a a a — 6 RED GROUND
14 — — - — 7 GREEN GROUND
15 7 7 - - 8 BLUE GROUND
SIGNAL LEVEL
PL LL. 0.7Vp-p (VIDEO) 9 GROUND
Ea 0.7Vp-p (VIDEO) and 0.3Vp-p (SYNC) SIGNAL LEVEL
Non-mark ... TTL , * ... 0.7Vp-p (VIDEO)
| TTL
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"APPENDIX B STANDARD SIGNAL CABLE | | APPENDIX B- STANDARD SIGNAL CABLE
) Г )
| ACCESSORY |
ACCESSORY] TYPE: CABLE-FA5 (FOR VGA/8514A)
TYPE: CABLE-FA12 (FOR CGA/EGA) PIN ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL LEVEL
PIN ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL LEVEL
Approx. 1.5m o
______Aperex. 1.5m 1 o - 7
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Monitor — ; ae e (3) (9) © Je | | I OGLE ar ©
1 © © © © |
- D-SUB15P D-SUB15P
D-SUB15P D-SUB9P shrinked shrinked |
shrinked (Male) (Male) (Mate)
(Male)
Wire: 5-pairs twisted Wire 3 coaxial and 2-pair twisted
- SIGNAL, TESTS ‘
т PIN ВК
ASSIGNMENT™ |
PIN- 1
ASSIGNMENT >
2 "GREEN
1 GROUND GROUND
‘BLUE
2 GROUND SECONDARY RED 3 |
GROUND ;
3 RED PRIMARY RED 4
GROUND
4 GREEN PRIMARY GREEN >
RED GROUND
5 BLUE PRIMARY BLUE 6
7 GREEN GROUND
6 INTENSITY SECONDARY GREEN/
7 NC SECONDARY BLUE 9 NC
8 | HORIZONTAL SYNC. HORIZONTAL SYNC. 10 GROUND
9 VERTICAL SYNC. VERTICAL SYNC. 11 GROUND
SIGNAL LEVEL 12 NC
NC ....... NON-CONNECTION рр
SIGNAL ....TTL 13 **HORIZONTAL SYNC, |
14 **VERTICAL SYNC.
15 NC
SIGNAL LEVEL
, 0.7Vp-p (video).
= TTL
NC ... NON-CONNECTION | i
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"APPENDIX B STANDARD SIGNAL CABLE
TYPE: CABLE-FA4 (FOR MACI and IGS)
PIN ASSIGNMENT AND SIGNAL LEVEL
Approx. 1.5m
ol an OST e
I COB000®
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D-SUB15P D-SUB15P
shrinked (Male)
(Male)
Wire: 3 coaxial and 2-pair twisted
PIN
ASSIGNM
RED GROUND
*RED
**COMPOSITE H&V SYNC,
NC
*GREEN
(Note: with Sync serrations)
GREEN GROUND
NC
NC
10 NC
11 NC
12 NC
13 BLUE GROUND
14 NC
15 NC
SIGNAL LEVEL
* ,,. 0.7Vp-p (video).
wx... TTL
NC ... NON-CONNECTION
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