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Acnodes APA9120 HMI Monitor - True Flat Bezel User Manual
Industrial Monitors
APA9XXX
7” / 10.1” / 12.1“ / 15” LCD Monitor
Aluminum Die-casting Chassis
IP 65 Rated Flat Front Bezel
User Manual
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Warning!_______________________________
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions manual, it may cause interference to radio
communications. It has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing
device pursuant to FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against
such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user at his own expense will be
required to take whatever measures may be required to correct the interference.
Electric Shock Hazard – Do not operate the machine with its back cover removed. There are
dangerous high voltages inside.
Disclaimer
This information in this document is subject to change without notice. In no event shall
Acnodes Corporation be liable for damages of any kind, whether incidental or consequential,
arising from either the use or misuse of information in this document or in any related
materials.
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Table of Contents______________________
Warning!…………………………………………………………………………….……..….2
Disclaimer………………………………………………………………….…………………2
Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1 Features……………………………………………………………………….5
1.2 Specifications…………………………………………....……………...….5
1.3 Dimensions…...………………………………...………………………….…7
1.4 Brief Description of APA9XXX......……………..………………………….11
1.5 Display Mode………………………………………………………………..15
Chapter 2
OSD
2.1 AD Board OSD Functions………………………….…..……………….….16
2.2 OSD Controls………………………………………………………………..17
2.3 OSD Functions…………………………………………………………...…18
2.4 OSD Default Parameter…………………………………………………....18
2.5 Main Menu…………………………………………………………………..19
Chapter 3
Installation
3.1 Introduction to the PenMount 9036 Controller Board.……………….….22
3.2 Features……………………………………………………………………..22
3.3 Electrical Specifications…………………………………………………....22
3.4 Installation of the 9036 Controller Board………………………………....23
3.5 Introduction to Touch Screen Controller Board……………………….…24
3.6 Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista Universal Driver Installation for PenMount
6000 Series……………………………………………………………….…24
3.6.1 Installing Software………………………………………………………..24
3.6.2 Software Functions…………………………………………………….…28
Appendix A: Board Descriptions & Specifications
Descriptions……………………………………………………………………...39
Specifications…………………………………………………………………....39
Board Dimensions………………………………………………………………40
Appendix B: Panel Mounting and VESA Mounting
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Figures
Figure 1.1: Dimensions of APA9070….…...……….…………………..…..7
Figure 1.2: Dimensions of APA9101………………………………………..8
Figure 1.3: Dimensions of APA9120……………………………………..…9
Figure 1.4: Dimensions of APA9150………………………………………10
Figure 1.5: Front View of APA9070.....…………………………………....11
Figure 1.6: Rear View of APA9070.....…………………………………….11
Figure 1.7: Front View of APA9101.....………..…………………………..12
Figure 1.8: Rear View of APA9101.....………..………………………...…12
Figrue 1.9: Front View of APA9120.....……..…………………………..…13
Figure 1.10: Rear View of APA9120.....…………………………………...13
Figure 1.11: Front View of APA9150.....……………………………….….14
Figure 1.12: Rear View of APA9150.....…………………………………...14
Figure A: Dimensions of TB-6027.....………………………………………….40
Figure B: Panel Mounting and VESA Mounting………………………….......41
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1 Features

Solid Aluminum Die-casting chassis

Variety of LCD panel size selections

Front bezel IP65

VGA/DVI input

9~36V DC wide range power input
1.2 Specifications
APA9070
APA9101
APA9120
APA9150
7” 800x480
TFT LCD
10.1” 1280x800
TFT LCD
12.1” 800x600
TFT LCD
15” 1024x768
TFT LCD
Hardware
Display Type
Default I/O:
1 x VGA
1 x USB for Touch control
1 x 3 pins terminal block power input 9~36V DC
External I/O
Port
1 x DVI
1 x Tack switch for VGA / DVI transform
Option I/O:
1 x Line in by phone jack(option)
1 x DB-9 for Resistive Touch control
On Screen
On board controller, extendable key pad from connector
Display Control
Transfer Board OSD Membrane Keypad
LCD
Max.
800x480
1280x800
800x600
1024x768
Max. Color
262 K
262K
16.2 M
16.2 M
Luminance
(cd/m²)
350
350
330
350
Contrast
Ratio
400:1
800:1
300:1
800:1
Resolution
5
Viewing
Angle (H/V)
140°/110°
Backlight
160°/160°
160°/140°
40,000 hrs
Lifetime
160°/145°
50,000 hrs
9~36V DC on board
Power Input
Touch Screen APA9XXX
Type
Resistive Touch Window
Interface
USB / RS-232 auto detect, when both connected USB is primary
Light
Over 80%
Transmission
Touch Screen APA9XXXP
Type
Projected Capacitive
Interface
USB interface on tail
Light
Over 90%
Transmission
Mechanical
Aluminum Die-casting chassis
Construction
Dimensions
202x149x39 mm
285x189x49 mm
319x245x52 mm
410x310x55 mm
Net Weight
1.0 kg
1.9 kg
2.6 kg
4.3 kg
Mounting
Panel / VESA 75x75
(WxHxD)
Panel / VESA 100x100
Environment Specifications
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Temperature
0 ~ 50 ℃ (32 ~ 122 ℉)
-20 ~ 60 ℃ (-4 ~ 140 ℉)
Storage
Humidity
10 ~ 90% @40℃ Non-condensing
IP Rating
Front Panel IP65
Certificate
CE/FCC Class A
* If you choose different touch interface (such as USB change to RS-232), it is necessary to reset the
power.(plug on/off power supply)
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1.3 Dimensions
Figure 1.1: Dimensions of APA9070
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Figure 1.2: Dimensions of APA9101
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Figure 1.3: Dimensions of APA9120
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Figure 1.4: Dimensions of APA9150
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1.4 Brief Description of APA9XXX
APA9XXX is a total IP65 aluminum front bezel and chassis LCD Display, which comes with a 7 inch
(luminance of 350 cd/m²) / 10.1 inch (luminance of 350 cd/m²) / 12.1 inch (luminance of 330 cd/m²) / 15
inch (luminance of 350 cd/m²) TFT LCD. APA9070(P) comes with a viewing angle of 140 (H) degress
and 110 (V) degress. APA9101(P) comes with a viewing angle of 160 (H) degrees and 160 (V)
degress. APA9120(P) comes with a viewing angle of 160 (H) degrees and 140 (V) degrees.
APA9150(P) comes with a viewing angle of 160 (H) degrees and 145 (V) degrees. APA9XXX has
more outstanding features, thus giving the best in monitoring and control applications.
APA9070 can be VESA-75 mounted. APA9101, APA9120 and APA9150 can be
VESA-100 mounted.
Figure 1.5: Front View of APA9070(P)
Figure 1.6: Rear View of APA9070(P)
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Figure 1.7: Front View of APA9101(P)
Figure 1.8: Rear View of APA9101(P)
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Figure 1.9: Front View of APA9120(P)
Figure 1.10: Rear View of APA9120(P)
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Figure 1.11: Front View of APA9150(P)
Figure 1.12: Rear View of APA9150(P)
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1.5 Display Mode
Item
Resolution
H Freq.(kHz)
V Freq.(Hz)
Remark
1
640x350@70
31.469
70.087
VGA
2
640x400@70
31.469
70.087
VGA
3*
640x480@60
31.469
59.940
VESA
4
640x480@66
35.000
66.667
MAC
5
640x480@72
37.861
72.809
VESA
6*
640x480@75
37.500
75.000
VESA
7
720x400@70
31.469
75.000
TEXT
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800x600@56
35.156
56.250
VESA
9*
800x600@60
37.879
60.317
VESA
10
800x600@72
48.077
72.188
VESA
11*
800x600@75
46.875
75.000
VESA
12
832x624@75
49.107
75.087
MAC
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848x480@60
31.020
60.000
VESA
14*
1024x768@60
48.363
60.004
VESA
15*
1024x768@75
60.023
75.029
VESA
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1152x864@70
63.850
70.000
VESA
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1152x864@75
67.500
75.000
VESA
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1152x900@76
71.809
76.149
SUN
20*
1280x768@60
47.730
60.000
VESA
21*
1280x768@75
60.290
74.890
VESA
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Chapter 2_________________________OSD
2.1 AD Board OSD Functions
Auto Adjust
Up/Left
Menu/Entry
Down/Right
Power
Power Indicator
Power switch: To turn ON or OFF the power
Shift the icon to the right side or shift it up
Shift the icon to the left side or shift it down
Menu: To enter OSD menu for related icon and item.
Auto Button: One-touch auto adjustment
1.) Getting into Burn-in Mode
Before setting into a burn-in mode, first disconnect the AC power cord. Then press (don’t let them go)
the
buttons until the AC power cord is connected and the “RGB” appears on the top left corner
of your screen. Now it can be put into the burn-in mode for changing colors.
2.) Getting Out of Burn-in Mode
Before getting out of the burn-in mode, please first disconnect the AC power cord. Then press the
button (If not workable, press the
button and don’t let them go) until the AC power cord is
connected. Please don’t let your fingers go until the AC power cord is connected again and the
wording of “RGB” appears on the top left corner of your screen, and wait for 3 second. Under the
non-signal entry situation, if Cable Not Connected is seen, exit is thus successfully made.
When the Burn-in Mode is Unable to Eradicate…
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1.)
If the “RGB” is still on the top left corner of the screen, press
choose “Reset”, and then Yes, and press
to enter “Miscellaneous” and
. When the screen goes black, disconnect power and
repeat the above steps.
2.)
If the “RGB” is not found, disconnect the AC power cord first. Then press the
3.)
(don’t let them go) until the AC power cord is connected, and wait for 2 to 3 seconds. When “RGB”
appears, repeat the above steps.
Functions of OSD Keys
buttons
2.2 OSD Controls
To make any adjustment, select the following:
1. Press
(Menu) to show the OSD menu or disable the OSD menu.
2. Select the icon that you wish to adjust with the (
/
3. Press
(Menu) and then choose the item with the (
4. Press
(Menu) and then adjust the quality with the
4.)
or +/-) key in the menu.
or +/-) key.
/
(
/
If the “RGB” is still on the top left corner of the screen, press
choose “Reset”, and then Yes, and press
or +/-) key.
to enter “Miscellaneous” and
. When the screen goes black, disconnect power
and repeat the above steps.
5.)
If the “RGB” is not found, disconnect the AC power cord first. Then press the
buttons
(don’t let them go) until the AC power cord is connected, and wait for 2 to 3 seconds. When “RGB”
appears, repeat the above steps.
6.)
Functions of OSD Keys
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2.3 OSD Function
1. Power button: Power on/off
2. Down button: Brightness
3. Up button: Volume
4. Menu button: Menu
5. Auto button: Auto adjustment
2.4 OSD Default Parameter
APA9XXX
1. Luminance
1.1 Brightness
1.2 Contrast
1.3 Sharpness
70 (50 for APA9101) 50
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2. Management
2.1 H. Position
2.2 V. Position
2.3 Pixel Clock
2.4 Phase
auto
auto
auto
auto
6500
3. Color
3.1 Red
3.2 Green
3.3 Blue
4.
5. Volume
4.1 Volume
4.2 Mute
5. OSD
5.1 H. Position
5.2 V. Position
5.3 OSD time
80
80
80
50
on
auto
auto
auto
6. Language
6.1 English
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2.5 Main Menu
In the Main menu, there are the following items:
 Auto Adjust
 Luminance
 Management
 Color
 Volume
 OSD
 Language
 Recall
 Information
 Exit
For Luminance list, there are the following:
 Brightness
 Contrast
 Sharpness
 Exit
For Management list, there are the following:
 H. Position
 V. Position
 Pixel Clock
 Phase
 Exit
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For Color list, there are the following:
 9300
 6500
 5400
 User Preset
 Exit
In User Preset, there are the following:
 Red
 Green
 Blue
 Exit
For Volume list, there are the following:
 Volume
 Mute
 Exit
For OSD list, there are the following:
 H. Position
 V. Position
 OSD Time
 Exit
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For Language list, there are the following:
 English
 Francais






Deutsch
Italiano
Espanol
日本語
繁體中文
简体中文
 Portuguese
 한국의
 Pусский
For Recall list, there are the following:
 Recall Color
 Recall All
 Exit
For Information list, there are the following:
 Display Information
 Exit
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Chapter 3
Installation
3.1 Introduction to the PenMount 9036 Controller Board
The PenMount 9036 control board is configured for use with the RS-232 interface. It connects to the
touch screen, power supply and computer system’s RS-232 port, and supports 4-, 5- and 8-wire touch
screens. The control board has some advanced functions, such as PnP and non-PnP mode adjustable
baud rate, thus making easy for customers to select different touch screens without changing the
control board. The size of the board is 25 by 60mm, and it has two connectors and one dipswitch
on-board.
3.2 Features



RS-232 interface
Touch controller is DMC9000
Design for the best touch performance and easy configuration







PnP or Non-PnP mode selectable
Design for best cost arrangement
Supporting 2048x2048 pen device resolution
19200 or 9600 baud rate transmission selectable
Upgraded noise handling mechanism (3 level scheme)
Fixed and high-speed sampling rate
4-, 5- and 8-wire touch screen supported




Touch screen cable, RS-232 with power cable connectors onboard
5V to 12V power input
Circuit protection for input voltage
Touch-activated LED indicator onboard
3.3 Electrical Specifications
Touch Screen:
4-, 5- and 8-wire analog resistive type
Touch Screen Controller:
DMC9000
Communications:
RS-232
Baud Rate:
19200 and 9600 baud rate selection
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Resolution:
1024x1024 (10-bit A/D converter inside)
Power Input:
5V ~ 12V DC
Power Consumption:
12V: 24mA+ i where (i=v/touch screen sheet R)
5V: 20mA+ i where (i=v/touch screen sheet R)
Board Size:
6.0 x 2.5cm
Portrait:
Support 90∘to 279∘screen rotation
Static Protection:
ESD device (optional)
3.4 Installation of the 9036 Controller Board
Follow the steps below to install the 9036 control board:
1. Power down your computer and display, and open your display or system case. Find space on
your system and attach the control board to your system with screws. The control board has
industry standard 3φ screw holes.
2. Find the white 6-pin right-angle connector (on the left in the image above [see Figure 3.1]). The
power cable is pin 1 and pin 2. Solder the power and ground wire to the system. The RS-232 cable
is for pins 3 to 6. Attach the RS-232 cable’s D-sub connector to a COM port at the back of the
computer.
3. Find the white 9-pin right-angle connector (on the right in the image above [see Figure 3.1]). Attach
the female end of the touch screen cable to this connector. If you attach the cable of a 4-/5-/8-wire
touch screen to pins 1~5/1~6/1~9, attach the male end of the cable to the touch screen tail.
4. Mount your touch screen to the display.
5. Find the onboard DIP switch (on the upper right of the image above [see Figure 3.1]). This switch
selects baud rate, PnP or non-PnP mode, and touch screen type. Set the DIP switch to configure
your control board according to the definitions and settings of the table below:
Switch
Definition
ON
OFF
S1
Baud Rate Adjustment
9600
19200
S2
PnP enable or disable
Disable
Enable
S3
Touch screen type
5-wire
4-, 8-wire
S4
Touch screen type
4-, 8-wire
5-wire
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6. Turn on power to the computer and the display.
7. Install the software drivers and utilities and calibrate the touch screen.
This chapter describes how to install drivers and other software that will allow your PenMount 6000
Controller Board to work with different operating systems.
NOTE: PenMount USB drivers support up to 15 USB controllers.
3.5 Introduction to Touch Screen Controller Board
PenMount 6300 USB control board is a touch screen control board designed for USB interface and
specific for 4, 5, 8-wire touch screens. It is designed with USB interface features with multiple devices
supporting function. PenMount 6300 control board using PenMount 6000 controller that has been
designed for those who may like and all-in-one solution with 10-bit A/D converter built-in to make the
total printed circuit board denser, circuit diagram also designed for 12-bit ADC for optional. There are
two connectors on this board, one connector is for 4, 5, 8-wire touch screen cable (optional), and
another is for 4-pin USB A type cable (optional).
3.6 Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista Universal Driver Installation
for PenMount 6000 Series
Before installing the Windows 2000/XP driver software, you must have the Windows 2000/XP system
installed and running on your computer. You must also have one of the following PenMount 6000
series controller or control boards installed: PM6500, PM6300.
3.6.1 Installing Software
If you have an older version of the PenMount Windows 2000/XP driver installed in your system, please
remove it first. Follow the steps below to install the PenMount DMC6000 Windows 2000/XP driver.
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Step 1. Please make sure your PenMount 6000 device had plugged in advance. If your device uses
RS232 interface, please plugged in before the machine is turned on. When the system first detects the
controller board, a screen appears that shows “Unknown Device”. Do not use this hardware wizard.
Press Cancel.
Step 2. Insert the product CD install setup.exe. Click touch panel driver
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Step 3. A License Agreement appears.
Click “I Agree…” and “Next”
Step 4. Choose the folder in which to install PenMount Windows Universal Driver.
Click Install.
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Step 5. Wait for installation.
Click Next to continue.
Step 6. Click OK.
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Step 7. Click Finish to complete installation.
3.6.2 Software Functions
Upon rebooting, the computer automatically finds the new 6000 controller board. The touch screen is
connected but not calibrated. Follow the procedures below to carry out calibration.
1. After installation, click the PenMount Monitor icon “PM” in the menu bar.
2. When the PenMount Control Panel appears, select a device to “Calibrate.”
PenMount Control Panel
The functions of the PenMount Control Panel are Device, Multiple Monitors, Tools and About,
which are explained in the following sections.
Device
In this window, you can find out that how many devices are detected on your system.
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Calibrate
This function offers two ways to calibrate your touch screen. ‘Standard Calibration’ adjusts most touch
screens. ‘Advanced Calibration’ adjusts aging touch screens.
Standard Calibration
Click this button and arrows appear pointing to red
squares. Use your finger or stylus to touch the red
squares in sequence. After the fifth red point
calibration is complete. To skip, press ‘ESC’.
Advanced Calibration
Advanced Calibration uses 4, 9, 16 or 25 points to
effectively calibrate touch panel linearity of aged
touch screens. Click this button and touch the red
squares in sequence with a stylus. To skip, press
ESC’.
Command Calibration
Command call calibration function. Use command
mode call calibration function, this can uses
Standard, 4, 9, 16 or 25 points to calibrate E.g.
Please run ms-dos prompt or command prompt
c:\Program Files\PenMount Universa
Driver\Dmcctrl.exe -calibration 0 ( Standard
Calibration) Dmcctrl.exe - calibration ($) 0= Standard
Calibration 4=Advanced Calibration 4 9=Advanced
Calibration 9 16=Advanced Calibration 16
25=Advanced Calibration 25
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Step 1. Please select a device then click “Configure”. You can also double click the device too.
Step 2.Click “Standard Calibration” to start calibration procedure
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NOTE: The older the touch screen, the more Advanced Mode calibration points you need for an
accurate calibration. Use a stylus during Advanced Calibration for greater accuracy. Please follow the
step as below:
Step 3.Come back to “PenMount Control Panel” and select “Tools” then Click “Advanced
Calibration”.
Select “Device” to calibrate, then you can start to do “Advanced Calibration”.
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NOTE: Recommend to use a stylus during Advanced Calibration for greater accuracy.
Plot Calibration Data
Check this function and a touch panel linearity
comparison graph appears when you have finished
Advanced Calibration. The blue lines show linearity
before calibration and black lines show linearity
after calibration.
Turn off EEPROM storage
The function disable for calibration data to write in
Controller. The default setting is Enable.
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Setting
Touch Mode
This mode enables and disalbes the mouse’s ability to drag
on-screen icons – useful for congifuring POS terminals.
Mouse Emulation – Select this mode and the mouse functions
as normal and allows dragging of icons.
Click on Touch – Select this mode and the mouse only
provides a click function, and dragging is disabled
Beep Sound
Enabled Beep Sound – turns beep function on and off
Beep on Pen Down – beep occurs when pen comes down
Beep on Pen Up – beep occurs when pen comes down
Beep on both – beep occurs when comes down and lifted up
Beep Frequency – modifies sound frequency
Beep Duration – modifies sound duration
Cursor Stabilizer
Enable the function support to prevent cursor shake
Use press and hold
as right click
You can set the time out and area for you need.
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About
This panel displays information about the PenMount controller and driver version.
Multiple Monitors
Multiple Monitors supports from two to six touch screen displays for one system. The PenMount
drivers for Windows 2000/XP support Multiple Monitors. This function supports from two to six touch
screen displays for one system. Each monitor requires its own PenMount touch screen control board,
either installed inside the display or in a central unit. The PenMount control boards must be connected
to the computer COM ports via the RS-232 interface. Driver installation procedures are the same as
for a single monitor. Multiple Monitors supports the following modes:
Windows Extend Monitor Function
Matrox DualHead Multi-Screen Function
nVidia nView Function
NOTE: The Multiple Monitors function is for use with multiple displays only. Do not use this function if
you have only one touch screen display. Please note once you turn on this function the Rotating
function is disabled.
Enable the multiple display function as follows:
Step 1. Check the Multiple Monitor Support box; then click Map Touch Screens to assign touch
controllers to displays.
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Step 2. When the mapping screen message appears, click “OK”
Step 3. Touch each screen as it displays Please touch this monitor. Press ‘S’ to skip Following this
sequence and touching each screen is called mapping the touch screens.
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Step 4. After the setting procedure is finished, maybe you need to calibrate for each panel and
controller
NOTES:
1. If you used a single VGA output for multiple monitors, please do not use the Multiple Monitors
function. Just follow the regular procedure for calibration on each of your desktop monitors.
2. The Rotating function is disabled if you use the Multiple Monitors function.
3. If you change the resolution of display or screen address, you have to redo Map Touch Screens so
the system understands where the displays are.
4. If you more monitor mapping one touch screen, Please press ‘S’ to skip mapping step.
Tools
Draw
Tests or demonstrates the PenMount touch
screen operation.
Advanced Calibration
Enable Advanced Calibration function
Right Button Icon
Enable right button function. The icon can
show on Desktop or System Tray (menu bar).
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About
You can see how many devices of PenMount controller that are plugged to your system
PenMount Monitor Menu Icon
The PenMount monitor icon (PM) appears in the menu bar of Windows 2000/XP system when you
turn on PenMount Monitor in PenMount Utilities.
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PenMount Monitor has the following function
Control Panel
Open Control Panel Windows
Beep
Setting Beep function for each device
Right Button
When you select this function, a mouse icon appears in
the right-bottom of the screen.
Click this icon to switch between Right and Left Button
functions.
Exit
Exits the PenMount Monitor function.
PenMount Rotating Functions
The PenMount driver for Windows 2000/XP supports several display rotating software packages.
Windows Me/2000/XP support display rotating software packages such as:
• Portrait’s Pivot Screen Rotation Software
• ATI Display Driver Rotate Function
• nVidia Display Driver Rotate Function
• SMI Display Driver Rotate Function
• Intel 845G/GE Display Driver Rotate Function
Configuring the Rotate Function
1. Install the rotation software package.
2. Choose the rotate function (0°, 90°, 180°, 270°) in the 3rd party software. The calibration screen
appears automatically. Touch this point and rotation is mapped.
NOTE: The Rotate function is disabled if you use Monitor Mapping
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Appendix A: Board Descriptions & Specifications
Descriptions
Model
TB-6027
TB-6027T
Function Descriptions
AD board,VGA /DVI input,LVDS output,Audio
AD board,VGA/DVI input,LVDS output,Audio,Touch
controller
Specifications
Specifications
Board Size
113mm x 170mm
Chipset
Mstar TSUMU58NWHJ-LF PQFP128
Input
1 x VGA input Port,DB15 connector
1 x DVI-D input(option)
1 x RS232 input port, DB9 connector (option)
1 x USB 2.0 input port, Single USB connector
1 x Line in port,JACK (option)
1 x 3-pin power input connector (Wide range DC+9V~32V)
1 x SW1 (Select VGA or DVI signal input)
1 x OSD function support
1 x Touch controller
Output
1 x LVDS output
1 x Audio Power Amplifier (Line out)
Resolution
Up to 1920 x1080 for LVDS
Power input
DC9V-36V
Temperature
Operating: -20℃ to 70℃
Storage: -40℃ to 85℃
Humidity
10% - 90%, non-condensing, operating
EMI/EMS
Meet CE/FCC class A
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Board Dimensions
(units :mm)
Figure A: Dimensions of TB-6027(P)
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Appendix B: Panel Mounting and VESA Mounting
The APA9XXX is designed to be panel-mounted and VESA mounted as shown in Picture. Just
carefully place the unit through the hole and tighten the given 10 screws from the rear to secure
the mounting.
Figure B: Panel mounting and VESA mounting
*Notice:
Tighten the mounting clip screws by hand until the gasket seal contacts the
mounting surface uniformly.
Tighten the mounting clips screws to a torque of 8 ~ 10 kgf-cm by using the
specified sequence, making sure not to overtighten.
*Tighten the mounting clips to the specified torque to provide a proper seal and to
prevent damage to the product. Acnodes assumes no responsibility for water or
chemical damage to the product or other equipment within the enclosure due to
improper installation.
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