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Planar SL4851 User Manual
Planar Simplicity Series
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Planar Simplicity Series
Safety Instructions
TO PREVENT DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT IN FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN
OR MOISTURE.
Warnings and Precautions
The Socket-outlet should be installed near the apparatus and be easily
accessible.
KNOW THESE SAFETY SYMBOLS
Read and follow these instructions
when connecting and using your Public
Information Display:
CAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER
SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates high voltage is present inside.
It is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any
inside part of this product.
This symbol alerts you that important literature
concerning operation and maintenance has been
included with this product.
CAUTION:FCC/CSA regulations state that any unauthorized
changes or modifications to this equipment may void
the user’s authority to operate it.
CAUTION:To prevent electric shock, match the wide blade of plug
to the wide slot, and fully insert the plug.
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Unplug the display if you are not going to use it for an extensive
period of time.
•
Unplug the display if you need to clean it with a slightly damp cloth.
The screen many be wiped with a dry cloth when the power is off.
However, never use alcohol, solvents or ammonia-based liquids.
•
Consult a service technician if the display does not operate normally
when you have followed the instructions in this manual.
•
The casing cover should be opened only by qualified service
personnel.
•
Keep the display out of direct sunlight and away from stoves or any
other heat sources.
•
Remove any object that could fall into the vents or prevent proper
cooling of the display’s electronics.
•
Do not block the ventilation holes on the cabinet.
•
Keep the display dry. To avoid electric shock, do not expose it to
rain or excessive moisture.
•
If turning off the display by detaching the power cable, wait for 6
seconds before re-attaching the power cable for normal operation.
•
To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set do not
expose the display to rain or excessive moisture.
•
When positioning the display, make sure the power plug and outlet
are easily accessible.
•
IMPORTANT: Always activate a screen saver program during your
application. If a still image in high contrast remains on the screen for
an extended period of time, it may leave an ‘after-image’ or ‘ghost
image’ on the front of the screen. This is a well-known phenomenon
that is caused by the shortcomings inherent in LCD technology. In
most cases the after-image will disappear gradually over a period
of time after the power has been switched off. Be aware that the
after-image symptom cannot be repaired and is not covered under
warranty.
Planar Simplicity Series
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING:This equipment is compliant with Class A of EN55032/
CISPR. In a residential environment this equipment may
cause radio interference.
1. Read these instructions.
2. Keep these instructions.
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 messures..
3. Heed all warnings.
4. Follow all instructions.
5. Do not use this apparatus near water.
CAUTION:These servicing instructions are for use by qualified
service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric
shock,do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are
qualitified to do so.
6. Do not use over 16 hours per day.
7. Clean only with dry cloth.
8. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
CAUTION:Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss. Adjustment of the
equalizer to maximum increases the earphone and
headphone output voltage and the sound pressure level.
Therefore, to protect your hearing, adjust the equalizer
to an appropriate level.
9. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
10. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or groundingtype plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the
other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your
safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an
electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
NOTE:This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area is likely to cause harmful interference
in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
11. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the apparatus.
12. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
13. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
14. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for
long periods of time.
15. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such
as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled
or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has
been dropped.
.
WARNING:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING:Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing
and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be
placed on the apparatus.
WARNING:The batteries (batteries installed) shall not be exposed
to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
WARNING:The mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the
disconnect device,the disconnect device shall remain
readily operable.
WARNING:To prevent the spread of fire, keep candles or other
open flames away from this product at all times.
WARNING:To prevent injury, this apparatus must be securely
attached to the floor/wall in accordance with the
installation instructions.
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Planar Simplicity Series
Instructions de sécurité
POUR EVITER TOUT DOMMAGE POUVANT CAUSER UN
INCENDIE OU UN CHOC ELECTRIQUE, FAITES ATTENTION A NE
PAS EXPOSER CET APPAREIL A LA PLUIE OU A L’HUMIDITE.
Avertissements et mises en garde
La prise de courant doit être située près de l’appareil et doit être
facilement accessible.
CONNAÎTRE CES SYMBOLES DE SÉCURITÉ
ATTENTION
Lisez et suivez ces instructions lorsque
vous connectez et utilisez votre Moniteur
d'information du public :
RISQUE D'ÉLECTROCUTION
NE PAS OUVRIR
ATTENTION : POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE DE CHOC
ELECTRIQUE, NE PAS ENLEVER LE COUVERCLE (OU LE
CAPOT ARRIÈRE). AUCUNE PIECE UTILISABLE NE SE
TROUVE A L’INTERIEUR. CONTACTER UN TECHNICIEN
QUALIFIE POUR LES REPARATIONS.
ATTENTION :POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE DE CHOC
ELECTRIQUE, NE PAS ENLEVER LE COUVERCLE
(OU LE CAPOT ARRIÈRE). AUCUNE PIECE
UTILISABLE NE SE TROUVE A L’INTERIEUR.
CONTACTER UN TECHNICIEN QUALIFIE POUR
LES REPARATIONS.
Ce symbole indique la présence d'un courant haute
tension à l'intérieur. Il est dangereux de toucher
n’importe quel composant à l'intérieur de ce produit.
Ce symbole vous avertit que des documents
importants concernant le fonctionnement et
l'entretien ont été fournis avec ce produit.
ATTENTION :Les règlements FCC/CSA indiquent que tous
changements ou modifications non autorisés peut
annuler l’autorité de l’utilisateur à l’utiliser.
ATTENTION :Pour éviter les chocs électriques, insérez la lame la plus
large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et enfoncez-la jusqu’au fond.
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Débranchez le moniteur si vous n’allez pas l’utiliser pendant une
longue période de temps.
•
Débranchez le moniteur si vous voulez le nettoyer ; utilisez
uniquement un chiffon légèrement humide. L’écran peut être essuyé
avec un chiffon sec lorsqu’il est éteint. Cependant n’utilisez jamais de
l’alcool, des solvants ou des liquides à base d’ammoniaque.
•
Consultez un technicien de service si le moniteur ne marche pas
normalement lorsque vous avez suivi les instructions de ce manuel.
•
Le boîtier ne doit être ouvert que par un technicien qualifié.
•
Gardez le moniteur à l’abri du soleil et des poêles ou toute autre
source de chaleur.
•
Enlevez les objets qui pourraient tomber dans les fentes de
ventilation ou obstruer le refroidissement des composants
électroniques du moniteur.
•
N’obstruez pas les fentes de ventilation du boîtier.
•
Gardez le moniteur au sec. Pour réduire le risque d’incendie, évitez
de l’exposer à la pluie ou à une humidité excessive.
•
Si vous éteignez le moniteur en débranchant le cordon
d’alimentation, attendez au moins 6 secondes avant de rebrancher
le câble d’alimentation pour l’utiliser.
•
Pour réduire le risque d’électrocution ou de dommage irréparable
au moniteur, ne l’exposez pas à la pluie ou à une humidité excessive.
•
Lors de la mise en place du moniteur, veillez à ce que la fiche
d’alimentation et la prise soient facilement accessibles.
•
IMPORTANT : Utilisez toujours un programme d’économiseur
d’écran pendant votre application. Si une image à fort contraste
reste affichée sur l’écran pendant une longue période de temps,
elle peut laisser un « image résiduelle » ou une « image fantôme »
sur la partie frontale de l’écran. Ceci est un phénomène bien connu
qui est causé par des défauts propres à la technologie LCD. Dans la
plupart des cas, l’image fantôme disparaîtra graduellement sur une
certaine période de temps une fois que l’alimentation a été coupée.
Souvenez-vous que le problème qui cause des images fantômes ne
peut pas être réparé et n’est donc pas couvert par la garantie.
Planar Simplicity Series
Précautions de sécurité importantes
AVERTISSEMENT :Pour éviter toute blessure, cet appareil doit être
solidement fixé au plancher/au mur selon les
instructions d’installation.
1. Lisez ces instructions.
2. Conservez ces instructions.
AVERTISSEMENT : C
et équipement est conforme à la classe A
d’EN55032/CISPR 32. Dans un environnement
résidentiel, cet équipement peut provoquer des
interférences radio.
3. Prenez en compte tous les avertissements.
4. Suivez toutes les instructions.
5. N’utilisez pas cet appareil près de l’eau.
AVERTISSEMENT :Il s’agit d’un produit de classe A. Dans un
environnement domestique, ce produit peut
générer des interférences radio, auquel cas
l’utilisateur devra prendre les mesures adéquates.
6. Ne pas utiliser plus de 16 heures par jour.
7. Nettoyez l’appareil uniquement avec un chiffon sec.
8. Ne bloquez pas les orifices de ventilation. Installez l’appareil en
suivant les instructions du fabricant.
ATTENTION :Les instructions d’entretien suivantes sont destinées au
personnel d’entretien seulement. Pour réduire le risque
de choc électrique, n’effectuez jamais des entretiens qui
ne sont pas expliqués dans le manuel de l’utilisateur, à
moins que vous ne soyez qualifié à le faire.
9. N’installez pas l’appareil près d’une source de chaleur telle qu’un
radiateur, une chaudière, une cuisinière ou un autre appareil (y
compris des amplificateurs) produisant de la chaleur.
10. N’invalidez pas les caractéristiques de sécurité de la fiche polarisée
ou avec mise à la terre. Une fiche polarisée possède deux broches,
une plus large que l’autre. Une fiche avec mise à la terre possède
deux broches et une troisième broche de mise à la terre. La lame
large et la troisième broche de mise à la terre ont été faites pour
des raisons de sécurité. Si la fiche ne se branche pas dans la prise,
consultez un électricien pour faire remplacer la prise.
ATTENTION :Un volume sonore excessif des écouteurs ou du casque
est susceptible de provoquer des pertes auditives. Un
réglage de l’égaliseur au maximum augmente la tension
en sortie dans les écouteurs ou le casque et de ce fait
augmente le niveau de pression sonore. Donc, pour
protéger vos oreilles, ajustez l’égaliseur à un niveau
approprié.
11. Protégez le cordon d’alimentation et empêchez qu’il soit piétiné, ou
pincé, particulièrement au niveau de la prise secteur murale et de la
sortie de l’appareil.
REMARQUE:Cet appareil a été testé et déclaré conforme aux limites
définies pour les appareils numériques de Classe A
suivant l’article 15 du règlement de la FCC. Device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. Ces limites
sont conçues pour fournir une protection raisonnable
contre les interférences nuisibles dans les installations
commerciales. Protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. Cet appareil génère, utilise et peut diffuser
des fréquences radioélectriques et, s’il n’est pas installé
et utilisé conformément au manuel d’instructions du
fabricant, il peut causer des interférences nuisibles aux
communications radio. L’utilisation de cet appareil dans
un environnement résidentiel est susceptible de causer
des interférences nuisibles et, le cas échéant, il sera la
responsabilité de l’utilisateur de prendre des mesures
adéquates pour éliminer ces interférences.
12. Utilisez uniquement des dispositifs auxiliaires/accessoires spécifiés
par le fabricant.
13. Utilisez uniquement avec un chariot, socle, trépied,
support ou table spécifié par le fabricant ou vendu
avec l’appareil. Si vous utilisez un chariot, faites
attention lors du déplacement du chariot pour
éviter tout risque de blessures.
14. Débranchez l’appareil pendant un orage ou lorsqu’il ne doit pas
être utilisé pendant une période prolongée.
15. Pour toute réparation, consultez une personne qualifiée. L’appareil
doit être réparé s’il a été endommagé de n’importe quelle façon,
comme quand, par exemple, le cordon ou la fiche d’alimentation
est endommagé, un liquide ou un objet a pénétré à l’intérieur
de l’appareil, l’appareil a été exposé à la pluie ou l’humidité, ne
fonctionne pas normalement ou est tombé.
AVERTISSEMENT : P
OUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE D’INCENDIE ET
DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE, VEUILLEZ NE PAS
EXPOSER CET APPAREIL À LA PLUIE OU À
L’HUMIDITÉ.
AVERTISSEMENT : G
ardez cet appareil à l’abri de l’eau et de tout autre
liquide ; aucun objet contenant de l’eau, tel qu’un
vase, ne doit être posé sur cet appareil.
AVERTISSEMENT : N
’exposez jamais les piles (les piles installées) à une
chaleur intense comme en plein soleil, le feu ou
autre.
AVERTISSEMENT : L a prise principale ou le coupleur de l’appareil est
utilisé pour couper l’alimentation à l’appareil ; ceuxci doivent donc rester facilement accessibles à tout
moment.
AVERTISSEMENT : P
our éviter la propagation du feu, éloignez toujours
les bougies et autres flammes nues de ce produit.
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Planar Simplicity Series
Important Waste Disposal Information
Please recycle or dispose of all electronic waste in accordance with
local, state, and federal laws. Additional resources can be found online at
http://www.planar.com/about/green/.
The crossed-out wheelie bin symbol is to notify consumers in areas
subject to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive
2012/19/EU that the product was placed on the market after August 13,
2005 and must not be disposed of with other waste. Separate collection
and recycling of electronic waste at the time of disposal ensures that
it is recycled in a manner that minimizes impacts to human health and
the environment. For more information about the proper disposal of
electronic waste, please contact your local authority, your household
waste disposal service, or the seller from whom you purchased the
product.
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Planar Simplicity Series
Table Of Contents
1.
2.
Unpacking and Installation........................................................1
1.1. Unpacking..........................................................................................1
1.2. Package Contents.........................................................................1
1.3. Installation Notes..........................................................................1
1.4. Mounting on a Wall.....................................................................2
1.5. IR Remote Sensor and Power Status Indicator...........3
1.6. Mounting in Portrait Position ...............................................3
Parts and Functions....................................................................4
2.1. Control Panel..................................................................................4
2.2. Input/Output Terminals..............................................................6
2.3. Remote Control............................................................................8
2.3.1. General functions......................................................8
2.3.2. Inserting the batteries in the remote
control.............................................................................9
2.3.3. Handling the remote control..............................9
2.3.4. Operating range of the remote control.......9
3.
Connecting External Equipment.......................................... 10
3.1. Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/
VCD)................................................................................................10
3.1.1. Using COMPONENT video input............... 10
3.1.2. Using Video Source input................................... 11
3.1.3. Using HDMI video input.................................... 12
3.2. Connecting a PC........................................................................13
3.2.1. Using VGA input......................................................13
3.2.2. Using DVI input.......................................................14
3.3. Connecting Audio Equipment............................................ 15
3.3.1. Connecting an external audio device......... 15
3.4. Display control connection.................................................. 15
3.5. IR connection .............................................................................16
3.6. IR Pass-through Connection................................................ 16
3.7. Connecting Display to the Network..............................17
3.8. Connecting Display to a Wireless Device................... 17
4.
Operation.................................................................................. 18
4.1. Change Aspect Ratio...............................................................18
4.2. Play Multimedia Files................................................................18
4.2.1. Play files from computer.................................... 18
4.2.2. Play multimedia files from USB device....... 18
4.3. Play options...................................................................................19
4.3.1. Playing music files...................................................19
4.3.2. Playing movie files..................................................19
4.3.3. Playing photo files..................................................20
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5.
Change your settings.............................................................. 21
5.1. Settings.............................................................................................21
5.1.1. Picture menu.............................................................21
5.1.2. Sound menu..............................................................22
5.1.3. General settings menu......................................... 23
5.2. Network Settings.......................................................................25
6.
USB device compatibility........................................................ 26
7.
Input Mode................................................................................ 28
8.
Cleaning and Troubleshooting............................................... 29
8.1. Cleaning...........................................................................................29
8.2. Troubleshooting..........................................................................30
9.
Technical Specifications.......................................................... 31
9.1. Planar Simplicity SL4351........................................................ 31
9.2. Planar Simplicity SL4851........................................................ 33
9.3. Planar Simplicity SL5551........................................................ 35
9.4. Planar Simplicity SL6551........................................................ 37
Planar Simplicity Series
1.
Unpacking and Installation
1.1.
Unpacking
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This product is packed in a carton, together with the standard accessories.
•
Any other optional accessories will be packed separately.
•
Due to the size and weight of this display it is recommended for two people to move it.
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After opening the carton, ensure that the contents are complete and in good condition.
1.2.
Package Contents
Please verify that you received the following items with your package content:
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LCD display
•
Quick Start Guide
•
Remote control with AAA batteries
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Power cord (1.8 m)
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HDMI cable (1.8 m)
•
RS232 cable (1.8 m)
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Cable clamps (2)
Remote Control
and AAA Batteries
Power Cord
RS232 Cable
Quick Start Guide
HDMI Cable
Cable Clamps (2)
NOTES:
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For all other regions, apply a power cord that conforms to the AC voltage of the power socket and has been approved by and complies with the
safety regulations of the particular country.
•
You might like to save the package box and packing material for shipping the display.
1.3.
Installation Notes
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Due to the high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product.
•
The product should be installed on a flat surface to avoid tipping. The distance between the back of the product and the wall should be maintained
for proper ventilation. Avoid installing the product in the kitchen, bathroom or any other places with high humidity so as not to shorten the service life
of the electronic components.
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The product can normally operate only under 3000m in altitude. In installations at altitudes above 3000m, some abnormalities may be experienced.
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1.4.
Mounting on a Wall
To mount this display to a wall, you will have to obtain a standard wall-mounting kit (commercially available). We recommend using a mounting interface
that complies with TUV-GS and/or UL1678 standard in North America.
Planar SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
Protective Sheet
VESA Grid
Table
Planar SL6551
Protective Sheet
VESA Grid
Table
1. Lay a protective sheet on a table, which was wrapped around the display when it was packaged, beneath the screen surface so as not to scratch the
screen face.
2. Ensure you have all accessories for mounting this display (wall mount, ceiling mount, table stand, etc).
3. Follow the instructions that come with the base mounting kit. Failure to follow correct mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment
or injury to the user or installer. Product warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
4. For the wall-mounting kit, use M6 mounting screws (having a length 10 mm longer than the thickness of the mounting bracket) and tighten them
securely.
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Ventilation requirements for enclosure
To allow heat to disperse, leave space between surrounding objects as shown in the diagram below.
10 mm
10 mm
10 mm
10 mm
1.5.
IR Remote Sensor and Power Status Indicator
1. For optimal IR remote control performance, pull out the retractable lens from the backside of the display. The LED power status light is also best
viewed when the lens is pulled out.
2. You will hear a click when the lens is fully in position.
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
SL6551
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
Push out to extend the lens
Push in to collapse the lens
1.6.
SL6551
Mounting in Portrait Position
This display can be installed in portrait position. Rotate 90 degrees clockwise from the back side of the display. The terminals will be on the left and
bottom sides of the user from the back of the display.
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2.
Parts and Functions
2.1.
Control Panel
Planar SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
MUTE INPUT
1
2
3
MENU
4
5
6
7
8
Planar SL6551
MUTE INPUT
1
2
3
MENU
4
5
6
7
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1
[ ] button
Use this button to turn the display on or put the display to standby.
2
[MUTE] button
Switch the audio mute ON/OFF.
3
[INPUT] button
Choose the input source.
•
4
Used as [
] button in the On-Screen-Display menu.
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar up / Increase the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or increase the audio output level while OSD menu is off.
5
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar down / Decrease the adjustment while OSD menu is on, or decrease the audio output level while OSD menu is off.
6
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar up to adjust the selected item while OSD menu is on.
7
[ ] button
Move the highlight bar down to adjust the selected item while OSD menu is on.
8
[MENU] button
Return to previous menu while OSD menu is on, or to activate the OSD menu when OSD menu is off.
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2.2.
Input/Output Terminals
USB
IN
14
OUT
13
RJ45
12
IN
2
15
11
OUT
Planar SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
10
1
R
16
R
L
9
L
8
Y
3
4
Pb
7
6
5
Pr
Y
3
4
5
6
Pb
7
6
Pr
L
R
8
L
R
9
USB
IN
OUT
16
13
RJ45
1
14
12
IN
2
15
11
OUT
Planar SL6551
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1
MAIN POWER SWITCH
Switch the main power on/off.
2
AC IN
AC power input from the wall outlet.
3
PC AUDIO IN
Audio input from VGA source (3.5mm stereo phone).
4
HDMI IN
HDMI video / audio input.
5
DVI IN
DVI-D video input.
6
VGA IN (D-Sub)
VGA video input.
7
COMPOSITE/COMPONENT VIDEO
Video source input.
8
AUDIO IN
Audio input from external AV device (RCA).
9
AUDIO OUT
Audio output to external AV device.
10
IR OUT /
11
IR IN
IR signal output /input for the loop-through function.
NOTES:
• This display’s remote control sensor will stop working if the jack
[IR IN] is connected.
•
12
To remotely control your A/V device via this display, refer to
page 16 for IR Pass Through connection.
LAN
LAN control function for remote control from a network.
13
RS232 OUT /
14
RS232 IN
RS232C network output / input for the loop-through function.
15
USB PORT
Connect your USB storage device.
16
Security LOCK
Used for security and theft prevention.
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2.3.
Remote Control
1
[ ] POWER button
Turn the display on or to put the display into standby mode.
2.3.1. General functions
2
[PLAY] buttons
Control playback of media files.
3
1
2
3
4
14
5
[
] HOME button
[
] LIST button
Not applicable.
6
[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ] NAVIGATION buttons
Navigate through menus and choose items.
15
7
[
] button
Confirm an entry or selection.
6
8
7
8
] SOURCE button
Access the OSD menu.
4
5
[
Choose input source. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose from
USB, Network, HDMI, DVI, YPbPr, AV, or VGA. Press
[
] button to confirm and exit.
[ ] ADJUST button
Access currently available options, picture and sound menus.
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9
[
] BACK button
Return to the previous menu page or exit from the previous
function.
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10
[ ] [ ] VOLUME button
Adjust volume.
10
11
10
[
] MUTE button
Press to turn the mute function on/off.
11
12
12
[
][
][
][
] COLOR buttons
Select tasks or options for media player.
13
[NUMERIC] buttons
Enter text for network setting.
13
14
[
] FORMAT button
Change aspect ratio.
15
[
] INFO button
View info about the display.
16
[ ] OPTIONS button
Access currently available options, picture and sound menus.
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2.3.2. Inserting the batteries in the remote control
The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
To install or replace batteries:
1. Press and then slide the cover to open it.
2. Align the batteries according to the (+) and (–) indications inside the
battery compartment.
3. Replace the cover.
Caution:
The incorrect use of batteries can result in leaks or bursting. Be sure to follow these instructions:
•
Place “AAA” batteries matching the (+) and (–) signs on each battery to the (+) and (–) signs of the battery compartment.
•
Do not mix battery types.
•
Do not combine new batteries with used ones. It causes shorter life or leakage of batteries.
•
Remove the dead batteries immediately to prevent them from liquid leaking in the battery compartment. Don’t touch exposed battery acid, as it can
damage your skin.
NOTE:If you do not intend to use the remote control for a long period, remove the batteries.
2.3.3. Handling the remote control
•
Do not subject to strong shock.
•
Do not allow water or other liquid to splash the remote control. If the remote control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
•
Avoid exposure to heat and steam.
•
Other than to install the batteries, do not open the remote control.
2.3.4. Operating range of the remote control
Point the front of the remote control toward this display’s remote control sensor when pressing a button.
Use the remote control within a distance of less than 5m/16ft from this display’s sensor, and a horizontal and vertical angle of less than 30 degrees.
NOTE:The remote control may not function properly when the remote control sensor on this display is under direct sunlight or strong illumination, or
when there is an obstacle in the path of signal transmission.
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30
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2.4. RS232 Control
See www.planar.com for the Planar® SimplicityTM RS-232 manual.
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2.5. LAN Control
The Planar Simplicity Series supports extending access to the RS232 commands over a network connection. Below are the steps to follow for controlling
the display over LAN through the RJ45 connector:
1. Connect display & PC to hub or connect display to PC with LAN cable directly.
2. SET display IP address
Step 1: In Network Settings menu, select ”Network configuration”->”Static IP”
Step 2: Then go to “Static IP configuration” and enter the pertinent information.
Step 3: “View network settings” to check IP address
3. Commands are sent via TCP connection to port 5000. The commands are the same as for the RS232 port (see Simplicity RS-232 manual on www.
planar.com).
4. You can test commands using any TCP utility program that allows you to enter binary data in hexadecimal format. (Note: Contact Planar Technical
Support for recommended programs.)
3.
Connecting External Equipment
3.1.
Connecting External Equipment (DVD/VCR/VCD)
3.1.1. Using COMPONENT video input
Audio Out
COMPONENT Out
(YPbPr)
OUT
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
DVD / VCR / VCD
L
R
[R]
R
[AUDIO IN]
L
[L]
[COMPONENT IN]
(YPbPr)
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
SL6551
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
COMPONENT Out
(YPbPr)
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
Audio Out
OUT
DVD / VCR / VCD
[COMPONENT IN]
(YPbPr)
[AUDIO IN]
AC IN
[R]
[L]
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
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Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
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3.1.2. Using Video Source input
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
DVD / VCR / VCD
[R]
L
R
OUT
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
Y/CVBS Out
L
R
[AUDIO IN]
[L]
[Y/CVBS IN]
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
SL6551
Audio Out
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
Y/CVBS Out
OUT
DVD / VCR / VCD
[Y/CVBS IN]
[AUDIO IN]
AC IN
[R]
[L]
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
Y
Pb
11
Pr
L
R
L
R
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3.1.3. Using HDMI video input
L
R
L
R
OUT
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
SL6551
IN
HDMI
OUT
HDMI Out
AC IN
[HDMI IN]
PC Line IN HDMI IN
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DVI IN
VGA IN
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
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3.2.
Connecting a PC
3.2.1. Using VGA input
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
VGA Out
D-Sub 15 pin
IN
Audio Out
L
R
L
R
OUT
PC
[VGA IN]
[VGA AUDIO IN]
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
SL6551
OUT
IN
USB
VGA Out
D-Sub 15 pin
RJ45
Audio Out
OUT
IN
PC
[VGA IN]
[VGA AUDIO IN]
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
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DVI IN
VGA IN
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
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3.2.2. Using DVI input
USB
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
IN
RJ45
OUT
IN
DVI Out
R
L
R
OUT
PC
L
Audio Out
[DVI IN]
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
[VGA AUDIO IN]
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
SL6551
RJ45
OUT
IN
USB
DVI Out
OUT
IN
PC
Audio Out
AC IN
[DVI IN]
[VGA AUDIO IN]
PC Line IN HDMI IN
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DVI IN
VGA IN
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
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3.3.
Connecting Audio Equipment
3.3.1. Connecting an external audio device
AUDIO OUT
STEREO AMPLIFIER
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
IN
USB
COMPONENT OUT (YPbPr)
RJ45
OUT
AUDIO IN
L
R
L
R
OUT
IN
DVD / VCR / VCD
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
DVI IN
VGA IN
COMPONENT IN
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USB
AUDIO OUT
IN
STEREO AMPLIFIER
RJ45
OUT
COMPONENT OUT (YPbPr)
IN
AUDIO IN
OUT
DVD / VCR / VCD
AC IN
PC Line IN HDMI IN
3.4.
DVI IN
VGA IN
Y
Pb
Pr
L
R
L
R
Display control connection
Connect the [RS232C OUT] connector of DISPLAY 1 to the [RS232C IN] connector of DISPLAY 2.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
PC
[RS-232C]
[RS-232C IN]
[RS-232C OUT]
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3.5.
IR connection
DISPLAY 1
External
IR Receiver
[IR IN]
DISPLAY 2
[IR OUT]
[IR IN]
NOTE:This display’s remote control sensor will stop working if the [IR IN] is connected.
3.6.
IR Pass-through Connection
[IR OUT]
DVD / VCR / VCD
[IR IN]
(DVD / VCR / VCD)
Remote Control
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3.7.
Connecting Display to the Network
If you connect the display to a network, you can play photos, videos, and music from your computer.
INTERNET
[RJ-45]
ROUTER
[RJ-45]
PC
To set up the connection::
1. Connect the display with a LAN cable connected to a hub or router on your network.
2. Press
HOME button to display the OSD menu.
3. Press or button to select the menu item {Network setting}. Press OK button to enter its submenu.
4. Go to network configuration and select DHCP & Auto IP or Static IP. If you select Static IP, you will need to enter the information in the Static IP
Configuration menu.
5. Connect the PC with a LAN cable connected to the Ethernet using a hub or router. Identify the network on your computer.
6. Confirm that a media server is running on your computer, such as Windows Media Player (11 or higher) for PC or Twonky for Mac.
7. Make sure you have the appropriate settings on your computer firewall to allow you to run the media server through the network.
8. See Play Multimedia Files (Page 15) for more detail on playing content.
Manage security to files using standard Windows and Mac privacy features.
3.8.
Connecting Display to a Wireless Device
If you connect the display to a wireless router, you can access files from a wireless device, like a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. For best results, we
recommend using a device with built-in DLNA functionality. Do not connect multiple device at the same time.
To set up the connection:
1. Connect your wireless device to the internet to download app that are designed to send media via DLNA (Examples: iMediashare, ArkMC)
2. Connect your device to the wireless router.
3. Enable network sharing on your device. This varies for different phone/tablet models.
4. Enable DMR (Digital Media Renderer) feature on the display under Network Settings. Got to Digital Media Renderer submenu and select ON.
5. See Play Multimedia Files (Page 15) for more detail on playing content.
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Operation
USB
SL4351/SL4851/SL5551
USB
4.
RJ45
OUT
IN
NOTE:The control button described in this section is mainly on the
remote control unless specified otherwise.
IN
Change Aspect Ratio
OUT
4.1.
R
L
R
You can change the aspect ratio to suit the video source. Each video
source has its available aspect ratios..
1. Press [
L
The aspect ratios depend on the video source:
] FORMAT button.
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USB
USB
2. Press [ ] or [ ] button to choose an aspect ratio, then press
[
] button.
IN
Options: Auto, Letterbox, Full Screen, Native, 4:3
OUT
Play Multimedia Files
RJ45
4.2.
You can play videos, photos, and music on your display from:
•
Your computer connected to your network.
•
A USB device connected to the display.
•
A device connected wirelessly to a router connected to the display
Supported file system:
2. Press
•
3. The connected USB device is detected automatically for all its
playable files, which will be automatically sorted into 3 types:
,
, and
.
FAT32
Supported file format:
•
Music: MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, AC3
•
Movie: AVI, MP4, MOV, MPG/MPEG
•
Photo: JPEG, BMP, GIF
button, select USB, then press
button.
4.2.1. Play files from computer
1. Connect your display to the network (see page 12)
2. Confirm that the computer, hub or router, and display are turned on
and connected.
3. Switch on media sharing on your computer using the media server.
For more information on how to set up the media server, refer to the
website of the media server.
4. Press the SOURCE button on the remote and Select Network.
BACK button to go up to the top layer in the screen.
4. Press the
Press
button to select the file type. Press
button to enter
its play list.
5. Select a file from the content browser, then press OK button to start
playing.
6. When adding new multimedia files, exit the current file and return to
the upper folder.
5. Select the file you want. Press
button to start playing.
7. Use the remote control to control the media files on the display.
6. Follow the on-screen instruction to control the play option.
Tips:
•
7. Press the PLAY buttons (H F G I J) to control playing.
Select the top bar to filter your files by type.
Caution:
•
Select [Sort] to arrange the files by album name, artist, or other
fields.
•
•
To clear the list of offline media servers, press
button, then select [Clear offline servers] and press OK button.
The manufacturer is not responsible if the USB device is not
supported, nor is it responsible for damage to or loss of data in the
device.
•
Do not overload the USB port. If you connect a USB storage
device that consumes more than 500mA power, make sure that it is
connected to its own external power supply.
4.2.2. Play multimedia files from USB device
NOTE:USB content will auto play for scheduled events only (see page
18 for Scheduling). If a display is powered down and powered
up manually, the last input used prior to the USB source will be
automatically detected at start up. If no input other than USB
has been used, the display will detect the HDMI source.
This display can play music, movie, or photo files from your USB device.
1. Connect your USB device to the USB port on this display.
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4.3.
Play options
4.3.2. Playing movie files
1. Select
4.3.1. Playing music files
1. Select
in the top bar.
2. Select one music track, then press
in the top bar.
2. Select a video, then press
button.
Track
button.
Album
1. Music
05:05
Info
Info
Play All
Sort
USB device
Options
•
To play all the tracks in a folder, select one music file, then select
{Play All}.
•
To skip to the next or previous track, press
button.
•
To pause the track, press
button. Press
button again to
resume playback.
To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press
or
button.
•
or
•
To search backward or forward, press G or J button,
press repeatedly to toggle between different speeds.
•
To stop the music, press H button.
Play All
USB device
Options
•
To play all the videos in a folder, select one video file, then select
{Play All}.
•
To skip to the next or previous video, press
button.
•
To pause the video, press
button. Press
button again to
resume playback.
To skip backward or forward 10 seconds, press
or
button.
•
or
•
To search backward or forward, press G or J button,
press repeatedly to toggle between different speeds.
•
To stop the video, press H button.
Movie options
While playing video, press
button to select an option:
Music options
button, then press
•
{Subtitles}: Select the available subtitle settings.
•
{Subtitle Language}: Select the language for subtitles if available.
{Repeat}: Select {Repeat} to play a track or an album repeatedly, or
select {Play once} to play a track once.
•
{Character Set}: Select the correct character set for the subtitles.
{Audio Language}: Select an audio language.
•
{Media Server}: When you play content from a media server, you
can select another media server.
•
•
•
{Shuffle On} / {Shuffle Off}: Enable or disable random play of tracks.
{Repeat}: Select {Repeat} to play the video file repeatedly or {Play
once} to play the video file once.
•
NOTE: To view information about a song (for example, title, artist or
duration), select the song, then press
button. To hide
the information, press
button again.
{Media server}: When you play content from a media server, you
can select another media server.
•
{Shuffle On} / {Shuffle Off}: Enable or disable random play of video
files.
While you play music, press
button to select an option:
•
button, then press
NOTE: To view information about a video (for example, played position,
duration, title, or date), select the video, then press
button. To hide the information, press
button again.
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4.3.3. Playing photo files
1. Select
in the top bar.
2. Select a photo thumbnail, then press
button.
Date
Info
Play All
Sort
USB device
Options
Start a slideshow
If there are multiple photos in a folder, select a photo, then select {Play
All}.
or
button, and
• To skip to the previous or next photo, press
then press
button.
•
To stop the slideshow, press H button.
Slideshow options
While you play a slideshow, press
button to select an option:
button, then press
•
{Shuffle Off} / {Shuffle On}: Enable or disable random display of
pictures in the slideshow.
•
{Repeat}: Select {Repeat} to watch a slideshow repeatedly or {Play
once} to watch once.
•
{Slideshow Time}: Select the displaying time for each photo in the
slideshow.
•
{Slideshow Transitions}: Select the transition from one photo to the
next.
•
{Media Server}: When you play content from a media server, you
can select another media server.
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5.
Change your settings
1. Press
button to display the OSD menu.
2. Press[
value.
Using the remote control:
][
] [ ] or [ ] button to select menu item or adjust its
3. Press
submenu.
button to confirm menu selection and enter its
4. Press
button to exit the OSD menu.
5.1.
Settings
5.1.1. Picture menu
Picture
Sound
General settings
Network settings
1. Press
button to display the OSD menu.
4. Press
Color Space
Backlight
Format
Contrast
Restore Style
Brightness
Hue
Color
button to select its menu item or to adjust its
2. Press , , , or
value. Press
button to confirm.
3. Press
Picture Style
Sharpness
Phase
button to go back to the previous menu layer.
Clock
button to exit the OSD menu.
Advanced
Overscan
Using this display’s control buttons:
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Picture Style
Choose a predefined picture setting.
Options: General, Vivid, Natural, Standard, Movie, Photo, and Energy
Saving
Note: YUV sources only.
Backlight
Adjust the intensity of the display’s backlight.
Options: 0-100.
Contrast
Adjust video contrast.
Options: 0-100
Brightness
Adjust screen brightness.
Options: 0-100
Hue
Adjust screen hue.
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Options: -50 - +50
Color
Adjust the color saturation of the picture.
Options: 0-100
Sharpness
Adjusts the definition of the picture.
Options: 0-20
Note: YUV sources only.
Phase
Adjust to improve the focus, clarity and stability of the image.
Options:0-100
Note: This item is functional for VGA input only.
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Clock
•
Adjust the width of the image
Adjust position of image.
Options: 0-100
Restore Style
Note: This item is functional for VGA input only.
Restore the picture setting to default values.
Advanced
• {Noise Reduction}: Choose the amount of noise reduction for
the picture.
5.1.2. Sound menu
Options: Off, Low, Medium, High
Note: YUV sources only
•
{Gamma}: Adjust the non-linear setting for picture luminance
and contrast.
Options: 1.8, 1.9, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5
•
{Picture Shift}:
Picture
Sound Style
Sound
Bass
General settings
Treble
Network settings
Audio Out Volume
Audio Select
{Color Temp}: Change the color balance.
Advanced
Options: 11000K, 9300K, 6500K, 3200K, Custom
•
Restore style
{Custom Color Temp}: Customize color balance setting. Only
available if {Color Temp}  {Custom} is chosen. ·
R-Gain
Options: 0 - 255
G-Gain
Options: 0 - 255
Sound Style
B-Gain
Access predefined sound settings.
Options: 0 - 255
Options: General, Original, Movie, Music, Game, News
R-Offset
Bass
Options: 0 - 255
Adjust to increase or decrease lower-pitched sounds.
G-Offset
Options: -8 - +8
Options: 0 - 255
Treble
B-Offset
Adjust to increase or decrease higher-pitched sounds.
Options: 0 - 255
•
•
•
Options: -8 - +8
{Advanced Sharpness}: Enable superior sharpness, especially on
lines and contours in the picture.
Audio Out
Options: Off, On
Adjust audio output volume.For line out audio sources only.
{Dynamic Contrast}: Dynamically enhance the details in the
dark, medium and light areas of the picture.
Options: 0 - 60
Audio Select
Options: Off, Low, Medium, High
Select audio source
{Dynamic Backlight}: Choose a backlight level which optimizes
dynamic power consumption and picture contrast.
Options: HDMI, AV, Line In
Advanced
• {Auto Volume Leveling}: Enable the reduction of sudden volume
changes.
Options: Off, Standard, Best Power, Best Picture
•
{Color Enhancement}: Dynamically enhance the vividness and
details of colors.
Options : Off, On
Options: Off, Low, Medium, High
•
Options : Off, On
Overscan
•
Enables or disables the overscan function.
{Clear Sound}: Enhance sound quality.
Options : Off, On
Options: Off, On
Note: YUV sources only
Restore Style
Color Space
Restore the sound setting to default values.
Select the color space of the source signal.
Options: Auto, RGB-Video, RGB-PC, YUV
Format
• {Aspect Ratio}: Change the picture format.
Options: Auto, Letterbox, Full Screen, Native, 4:3
•
{Internal Speakers}: Turn on or off the internal speakers.
{Overscan Percentage}Adjust the percentage of the image is
shaded off.
Options: 0 - 10
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5.1.3. General settings menu
1. Up to 3 schedules can be programmed. To activate a schedule,
select Enable and choose On.
Picture
Monitor ID
Splash Screen
Sound
Eco Mode
OSD Time Out
Schedule 1
Enable
Off
General settings
Auto Search
Factory Settings
Schedule 2
On Time
On
Network settings
Clock
Schedule 3
Off Time
Scheduling
Repeat Modes
Sleep Timer
Playlist setting
Auto Switch Off
Auto Adjust
Pixel Shift
Control Settings
Monitor ID
Adjust the ID number for controlling the display via the RS232C
connection. Each display must have a unique ID number when multiple
sets of this display are connected. Monitor ID number range is between
1 to 255. The default setting is 1.
2. Set On time.
Eco mode
Select standby power consumption setting.
Schedule 1
Enable
Schedule 2
On Time
Schedule 3
Off Time
Repeat Modes
Options: Normal, Low power standby.
Playlist setting
On Time
Note: For the lowest standby power consumption, select Low power
standby. When the Eco mode is set to Low power standby, the display
cannot wake from sleep. When the Eco mode is set to Normal,
the display can wake from sleep. See Auto Search Setting for more
information on how to wake the display..
00 : 00
Cancel
Auto search
Automatically detects available input sources when “On”. When “Off ”
the display will automatically detect the last input.
3. Set Off Time.
Options: Off, On.
Note: When set to “On”, the last input will wake the display. When set
to “Off ”, the last input will wake the display. When set to “Off ”, a RS232 command can wake the display using any input. Note that Eco
Mode needs to be set to “Normal” for the display to wake up.
After changing the date and time in the {Clock} menu, the schedule
may need to be re-entered.
Schedule 2
On Time
Schedule 3
Off Time
Playlist setting
14 : 00
Cancel
NOTES:
•
Enable
Off Time
Scheduling
This function allows you to program up to 3 different scheduled time
intervals for this display to activate.
Set up current date and time in the {Clock} menu before setting
up a schedule.
Schedule 1
Repeat Modes
Clock
Set the current date (DD-MM-YYYY) and time.
•
Done
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4. Go to Repeat Modes and choose.
Auto Switch Off
With no user interaction (via the OSD), the display will enter the
specified ECO mode with a signal present after the set period of time.
When set to off, the display will only enter the specified ECO mode
when no signal is present for 10 minutes.
Schedule 1
Enable
No Repeat
Schedule 2
On Time
Every Sunday
Schedule 3
Off Time
Every Monday
Repeat Modes
Every Tuesday
Playlist setting
Every Wednesday
Auto Adjust
Every Thursday
Every Friday
Use this function to automatically optimize the display of VGA input
image.
Every Saturday
NOTE: This item is functional for VGA input only.
Options (in minutes): off, 30, 60, 120, 240.
Pixel Shift
Automatically moves the screen image every 30 minutes to protect the
display from “burn-in” symptoms.
Options: Off, On
5. If {Source}  {USB} is chosen. Go to Playlist setting.
Control Settings
• {Keypad Lock}: Choose to enable or disable the keypad function on
the backside of the display.
• {Unlock}: Enable the keyboard function.
0001/0002
Photo
Photo
•
Video
•
{Lock all}: Lock all keyboard function.
{IR Lock}: Choose to enable or disable the button function of the
remote control.
• {Unlock}: Enable the IR Remote function.
•
{Lock}: Lock the IR Remote function.
NOTE: To disable the lock function from [Keypad Lock] or [IR lock]
item, press buttons [ ] and 1 9 9 8 on the remote control.
Options
Splash Screen
Enables or disables the splash screen during start up.
Exit
Options: Off, On.
-- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to choose files.
OSD Time Out
Set OSD menu display time.
-- Press [ ] [ ] buttons to switch Playlist and File Manager.
-- Press [
] button to set or clear the playlist.
6. To save the playlist, press [
Photo
Options: 10-60 sec.
] and choose Save list.
Factory Settings
Reset all your customized settings to the factory defaults.
0004/0004
\media\photo
[..]
Sort
Media Type
Recursive Parser
Save list
Photo
Movie.avi
Photo1.jpg
Photo2.jpg
Photo3.jpg
Options
Exit
NOTES:
•
Each Playlist supports up to 30 files.
•
Playlist will not be cleared after {Factory settings}. You have to
manually remove the files or delete usb_schedulinglist.txt in the USB.
Sleep Timer
Switch off this display after a specified time.
Options: 0-240 seconds
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5.2.
Network Settings
Picture
View Network Settings
Sound
Network Configuration
General settings
Static IP Configuration
Network settings
Digital Media Renderer
- DMR
Wake On LAN
Network Name
View Network Settings
View connected network status.
Network Configuration
Select how this display should assign addresses to the network
resources.
Static IP Configuration
Assign {IP address}, {Netmask}, {Gateway}, {DNS1}, and {DNS2} for
this display.
Digital Media Renderer - DMR
Receive multimedia files from smartphones and tablets connected to
your network.
Options: Off, On
Wake On LAN
Wake the display through a network connection.
Options: Off, On
Network Name
Rename this display for easy identification if you have more than one
display connected to your network.
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Planar Simplicity Series
6.
USB device compatibility
USB Video Subtitle Formats (for language subtitles, etc.)
File
Extensions
Container
.mpg
mpeg
PS
.vob
.ts
TS
Video codec
Maximum resolution
Max.Frame Rate (fps)
Max.Bit Rate
(Mbps)
Audio codec
MPEG-1
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-2
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
H.264
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
DVD-PCM,AC3
MPEG-2
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
H.264
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
-
30
1920x1080i@field rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
1920x1080p@frame rate=24, 25,30Hz
1280x720p@frame rate=50, 60Hz
.ts
.m2ts
.mts
MaTS TTS
.mt2
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,
Dolby Pulse
MPEG-2
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
H.264
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
MVC
1920x1080p @ frame rate=24, 25,30Hz
-
30
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
1920x1080i @ field rate=50, 60Hz
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,
Dolby Pulse
1280x720p @ frame rate=50, 60Hz
MPEG-2
.ts
.m2ts
AVCHD
.mts
1920x1080
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
H.264
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,
Dolby Pulse
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
.ts
.m2ts
1920x1080i@field rate=50, 60Hz
AVCHD
MVC
-
30
1280x720p @ frame rate=50, 60Hz
.mts
.m4v
1920x1080p@frame rate=24, 25,30Hz
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
AC3,E-AC3,
Dolby Pulse
M4V
H.264
H.264
.ism/Manifest
frag MP4
.mpd
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
1920x1080
25p,30p,50p,60p,60i
30
-
30
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
1920x1080i@field rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
1920x1080p@frame rate=24, 25,30Hz
1280x720p @ frame rate=50, 60Hz
.mp4
MP4
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
H.264
1920x1080
30
1920x1080i@field rate=50, 60Hz
MVC
1920x1080p@frame rate=24, 25,30Hz
-
30
1280x720p @ frame rate=50, 60Hz
.mkv
.mk3d
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
WMV9/VC1
1920x1080
30p,60i
30
MPEG-4 ASP
1920x1080
25p,30p,50i,60i
30
AAC
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,WMA,
WMA-PRO
AAC/HE-AAC(v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3,WMA,
WMA-PRO
MPEG-1(L1&L2),
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3,
MKV
H.264
1920x1080
30
AAC/HE-AAC (v1&v2),
AC3,E-AC3, WMA,
WMA-PRO
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Planar Simplicity Series
USB Multimedia Formats
File Extensions
Frequency
Max.Bit Rate
(kHz)
(Mbps)
-
48
384
MPEG-1,2,2.5 L3
-
-
48
192
WMA
Container
Video codec
Maximum resolution
-
Audio codec
.mp3
MP3
.wma
WMA
.asf
(V2 up to V9.2)
.wma
WMA Pro
-
-
96
768
WMA,WMA Pro
.wav(PC)
LPCM
-
-
192
768
LPCM
LPCM
-
-
192
768
LPCM
AAC
-
-
48
1024
AAC,HE-AAC(v1&v2)
Playlists
-
-
-
-
-
M4A
-
-
48
1024
AAC,HE-AAC(v1&v2)
.aif(mac)
.aiff(mac)
.aac
.mp4
.m4a
.pls
.m3u
.m4a
USB Photo Formats
File
Extensions
jpg/jpeg
Container
bmp
BMP
png
PNG
gif
GIF
JPEG
Video
codec
Maximum Resolution
Frequency
-
Max.Bit
Rate
-
Audio
codec
-
baseline:
color mode = 444,
size <=32768x16128
color mode = 422v,
size <= 16384x16128
color mode = other, not support
4096x3072_4bit,
2730x2500_8bit,
2048x1536_16bit,
1500x1200_32bit
4096x3072_4bit,
2730x2500_8bit,
2048x1536_16bit,
1500x1200_32bit
4096x3072_4bit,
2730x2500_8bit,
2048x1536_16bit,
1500x1200_32bit
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
NOTES:
•
Sound or video may not work if the contents have a standard bit rate/frame rate above the compatible Frame/sec listed in the table above.
•
Video content with a Bit rate or Frame rate larger than the rate specified in the table above can cause choppy video during playback.
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Planar Simplicity Series
7.
Input Mode
VGA Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
VGA
640
480
WVGA
720
400
SVGA
800
600
XGA
1024
768
WXGA
WXGA
SXGA
SXGA
WXGA
WXGA
UXGA
HD1080
1280
1280
1280
1280
1360
1366
1600
1920
768
800
960
1024
768
768
1200
1080
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
60 Hz
72 Hz
75 Hz
70 Hz
60 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
75 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
25.175 MHz
31.5 MHz
31.5 MHz
33.75 MHz
40 MHz
49.5 MHz
65 MHz
78.75 MHz
79.5 MHz
79.5 MHz
108 MHz
108 MHz
85.5 MHz
85.5 MHz
162 MHz
148.5 MHz
4:3
Video Graphic Array
16:9
Wide Video Graphic Array
4:3
Super VGA
4:3
Extended Graphic Array
5:3
16:10
4:3
5:4
16:9
16:9
4:3
16:9
Wide XGA
Wide XGA
Super XGA
Super XGA
Wide XGA
Wide XGA
Ultra XGA
HD1080
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
29.97 Hz
59.94 Hz
25 Hz
50 Hz
13.5 MHz
27 MHz
13.5 MHz
27 MHz
4:3
Modified NTSC Standard
4:3
Modified PAL Standard
Refresh Rate
Pixel Rate
Aspect Ratio
Stand for Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally DVB Mode
74.25 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
148.5 MHz
16:9
Normally ATSC Mode
SDTV Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
480i
480p
576i
576p
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720
480
720
576
HDTV Resolution:
Standard
Resolution
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720p
1280
720
1080i
1920
1080
1080p
1920
1080
50 Hz
60 Hz
25 Hz
30 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
•
The PC text quality is optimum in HD 1080 mode (1920 x 1080, 60Hz).
•
Your PC display screen might appear different depending on the manufacturer (and your particular version of Windows).
•
Check your PC instruction book for information about connecting your PC to a display.
•
If a vertical and horizontal frequency-select mode exists, select 60Hz (vertical) and 31.5KHz (horizontal). In some cases, abnormal signals (such as
stripes) might appear on the screen when the PC power is turned off (or if the PC is disconnected). If so, press the [INPUT] button to enter the
video mode. Also, make sure that the PC is connected.
•
When horizontal synchronous signals seem irregular in RGB mode, check PC power saving mode or cable connections.
•
The display settings table complies to the IBM/VESA standards, and based on the analog input.
•
The DVI support mode is regarded as same to the PC support mode.
•
The best timing for the vertical frequency to each mode is 60Hz.
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Planar Simplicity Series
8.
Cleaning and Troubleshooting
8.1.
Cleaning
Caution When Using the Display
•
Do not bring your hands, face or objects close to the ventilation holes of the display. The top of the display is usually very hot due to the high
temperature of exhaust air being released through the ventilation holes. Burns or personal injuries may occur if any body parts are brought too
close. Placing any object near the top of the display could also result in heat related damage to the object as well as the display itself.
•
Be sure to disconnect all cables before moving the display. Moving the display with its cables attached may damage the cables and thus cause fire
or electric shock.
•
Disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet as a safety precaution before carrying out any type of cleaning or maintenance procedure.
Front Panel Cleaning Instructions
•
The front of the display has been specially treated. Wipe the surface gently using only a cleaning cloth or a soft, lint-free cloth.
•
If the surface becomes dirty, soak a soft, lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to remove excess liquid. Wipe the surface of
the display to remove dirt. Then use a dry cloth of the same type to dry.
•
Do not scratch or hit the surface of the panel with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
•
Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners.
Cabinet Cleaning Instructions
•
If the cabinet becomes dirty, wipe the cabinet with a soft, dry cloth.
•
If the cabinet is extremely dirty, soak a lint-free cloth in a mild detergent solution. Wring the cloth to remove as much moisture as possible. Wipe
the cabinet. Use another dry cloth to wipe over until the surface is dry.
•
Do not allow any water or detergent to come into contact with the surface of the display. If water or moisture gets inside the unit, operating
problems, electrical and shock hazards may result.
•
Do not scratch or hit the cabinet with fingers or hard objects of any kind.
•
Do not use volatile substances such as insert sprays, solvents and thinners on the cabinet.
•
Do not place anything made from rubber or PVC near the cabinet for any extended periods of time.
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Planar Simplicity Series
8.2.
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Cause
Remedy
No picture is displayed
1. The power cord is disconnected.
1. Plug in the power cord.
2. The main power switch on the back of the
display is not switched on.
2. Make sure the power switch is switched on.
3. The selected input has no connection.
3. Connect a signal connection to the display.
4. The display is in standby mode.
Interference displayed on the display or audible
noise is heard
Caused by surrounding electrical appliances or
fluorescent lights.
Move the display to another location to see is the
interference is reduced.
Color is abnormal
The signal cable is not connected properly.
Make sure that the signal cable is attached firmly
to the back of the display.
Picture is distorted with abnormal patterns
1. The signal cable is not connected properly.
1. Make sure that the signal cable is attached
firmly.
2. The input signal is beyond the capabilities of
the display.
Display image doesn’t fill up the full size of the
screen
1. The zoom mode is not set correctly.
2. Scan Mode may be set incorrectly to
underscan.
2. Check the video signal source to see if it
is beyond the range of the display. Please
verify its specifications with this display’s
specification section.
Use the Zoom mode or Custom zoom function
in the Screen menu to fine tune display geometry
and time frequency parameter.
3. If the image exceeds the screen size, Scan
Mode may need to be set to Underscan.
Can hear sound, but no picture
Improperly connected source signal cable.
Make sure that both video inputs and sound
inputs are correctly connected.
Can see picture but no sound is heard
1. Improperly connected source signal cable.
1. Make sure that both video inputs and sound
inputs are correctly connected.
2. Volume is turned all the way down.
3. {Mute} is turned on.
4. No external speaker connected.
2. Press [
] or [
] button to hear sound.
3. Switch MUTE off by using the [
] button.
4. Connect external speakers and adjust the
volume to a suitable level.
Some picture elements do not light up
Some pixels of the display may not turn on.
This display is manufactured using an extremely
high level of precision technology: however,
sometimes some pixels of the display may not
display. This is not a malfunction.
After-Images can still be seen on the display
after the display is powered off. (Examples
of still pictures include logos, video games,
computer images, and images displayed in 4:3
normal mode)
A still picture is displayed for an over extended
period of time
Do not allow a still image to be displayed for
an extended period of time as this can cause a
permanent after-image to remain on the display.
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Planar Simplicity Series
9.
Technical Specifications
9.1.
Planar Simplicity SL4351
Display:
Item
Specifications
Screen Size (Active Area)
940.9(H) x 529.25(V)
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Number of pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Pixel pitch
0.49(H) x 0.49(V) [mm]
Displayable colors
16.7M
Brightness (typical)
350 cd/m2
Contrast ratio (typical)
3000:1
Viewing angle
178 degrees
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Specifications
Internal Speakers
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/16Ω
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Audio Output
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
Audio Input
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
3.5mm phone jack x 1
RS232C
2.5mm Phone jack x 2
RS232C in/RS232C out
RJ-45
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin)
10/100 LAN Port
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack x 1
(Type A) (19 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:
Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
DVI-D Input
DVI-D jack
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
VGA Input
D-Sub Jack x 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Component Input
RCA Jack x 3
Video Input
RCA x 1 (Share with
Component_Y)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
General:
Item
Specifications
Power Supply
AC 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max)
132 W
Power Consumption (typ.)
99 W
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
<0.5 W (RS232 in active)
Dimensions (With Stand) [W x H x D]
968.2(W)x599.1(H)x329.6(D)
Dimensions (Without Stand) [W x H x D]
968.2(W)x559.4(H)x59.9(D@Rear Cover)/60.9(D@Wall Mount)
Weight (With Stand)
10.57 Kg
Weight (Without Stand)
8.7 Kg
Gross Weight (Without Stand)
12.2 Kg
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Planar Simplicity Series
Environmental Condition:
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Specifications
Operational
0 ~ 40°C
Storage
-20 ~ 60°C
Operational
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
Operational
0 ~ 3,000 m
Storage / Shipment
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Specifications
Type
1 Way 1 Speaker
Input
10 W (RMS)
Impedance
16Ω
Output Sound Pressure
82 dB/W/M
Frequency Response
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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Planar Simplicity Series
9.2.
Planar Simplicity SL4851
Display:
Item
Specifications
Screen Size (Active Area)
1054.08(H) x 592.92(V)
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Number of pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Pixel pitch
0.549(H) x 0.549(V) [mm]
Displayable colors
1073.7M colors
Brightness (typical)
350 cd/m2
Contrast ratio (typical)
4000:1(typ.)
Viewing angle
178 degrees
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Specifications
Internal Speakers
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/16Ω
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Audio Output
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
Audio Input
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
3.5mm phone jack x 1
RS232C
2.5mm Phone jack x 2
RS232C in/RS232C out
RJ-45
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin)
10/100 LAN Port
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack x 1
(Type A) (19 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:
Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
DVI-D Input
DVI-D jack
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
VGA Input
D-Sub Jack x 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Component Input
RCA Jack x 3
Video Input
RCA x 1 (Share with
Component_Y)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
General:
Item
Specifications
Power Supply
AC 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max)
149W
Power Consumption (typ.)
115W
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
<0.5 W (RS232 in active)
Dimensions (With Stand) [W x H x D]
1081.8 x 663.1 x 329.6 mm
Dimensions (Without Stand) [W x H x D]
1081.8 x 623.4 x 59.9 (Rear Cover) / 61.1(Wall Mount)
Weight (With Stand)
13.39 Kg
Weight (Without Stand)
11.52 Kg
Gross Weight (Without Stand)
16.4 Kg
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Planar Simplicity Series
Environmental Condition:
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Specifications
Operational
0 ~ 40°C
Storage
-20 ~ 60°C
Operational
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
Operational
0 ~ 3,000 m
Storage / Shipment
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Specifications
Type
1 Way 1 Speaker
Input
10 W (RMS)
Impedance
16Ω
Output Sound Pressure
82 dB/W/M
Frequency Response
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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Planar Simplicity Series
9.3.
Planar Simplicity SL5551
Display:
Item
Specifications
Screen Size (Active Area)
1209.6(H) x 680.4(V)
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Number of pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Pixel pitch
0.63(H) x 0.63(V) [mm]
Displayable colors
16.7M
Brightness (typical)
350 cd/m2
Contrast ratio (typical)
1200:1
Viewing angle
178 degrees
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Specifications
Internal Speakers
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/16Ω
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Audio Output
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
Audio Input
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
3.5mm phone jack x 1
RS232C
2.5mm Phone jack x 2
RS232C in/RS232C out
RJ-45
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin)
10/100 LAN Port
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack x 1
(Type A) (19 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:
Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
DVI-D Input
DVI-D jack
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
VGA Input
D-Sub Jack x 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Component Input
RCA Jack x 3
Video Input
RCA x 1 (Share with
Component_Y)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
General:
Item
Specifications
Power Supply
AC 100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max)
179 W
Power Consumption (typ.)
141 W
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
<0.5 W (RS232 in active)
Dimensions (With Stand) [W x H x D]
1238.6(W)x751.7(H)x329.6(D)
Dimensions (Without Stand) [W x H x D]
1238.6(W)x711.1(H)x59.9(Rear Cover)/61.7(Wall Mount)
Weight (With Stand)
17.87 Kg
Weight (Without Stand)
16.0 Kg
Gross Weight (Without Stand)
23.0 Kg
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Planar Simplicity Series
Environmental Condition:
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Specifications
Operational
0 ~ 40°C
Storage
-20 ~ 60°C
Operational
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
Operational
0 ~ 3,000 m
Storage / Shipment
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Specifications
Type
1 Way 1 Speaker
Input
10 W (RMS)
Impedance
16Ω
Output Sound Pressure
82 dB/W/M
Frequency Response
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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Planar Simplicity Series
9.4.
Planar Simplicity SL6551
Display:
Item
Specifications
Screen Size (Active Area)
1428.48 (H)x 803.52 (V) [mm]
Aspect Ratio
16:9
Number of pixels
1920 (H) x 1080 (V)
Pixel pitch
0.744 (H) x 0.744 (V) [mm]
Displayable colors
16.7M
Brightness (typical)
350 cd/m2
Contrast ratio (typical)
4000:1
Viewing angle
178 degrees
In/Out Terminals:
Item
Speaker Output
Specifications
Internal Speakers
10W (L) + 10W (R) [RMS]/8Ω
External Speakers
1 Way 1 Speaker System
82 dB/W/M/160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
Audio Output
3.5mm phone jack x 1
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
Audio Input
RCA Jack x 2
0.5V [rms] (Normal) / 2 Channel (L+R)
3.5mm phone jack x 1
RS232C
2.5mm Phone jack x 2
RS232C in/RS232C out
RJ-45
RJ-45 Jack x 1 (8 pin)
10/100 LAN Port
HDMI Input
HDMI Jack x 2
(Type A) (18 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:
Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
DVI-D Input
DVI-D jack
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
VGA Input
D-Sub Jack x 1 (15 pin)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
DVI-I (DVI-D & VGA)
Output
DVI-I Jack x 1 (29 pin)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video)
Analog RGB: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), H/CS/V: TTL (2.2kΩ), SOG: 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Component Input
BNC Jack x 3
Y: 1V [p-p] (75Ω), Pb: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω), Pr: 0.7V [p-p] (75Ω)
MAX: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Video Input
BNC x 1 (Share with
Component_Y)
Composite 1V [p-p] (75Ω)
Displayport in/out
Displayport Jack x 2
(20 pin)
Digital RGB: TMDS (Video + Audio)
MAX:
Video - 720p, 1080p, 1920 x 1080/60 Hz (WUXGA)
Audio - 48 KHz/ 2 Channel (L+R)
Supports LPCM only
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Planar Simplicity Series
General:
Item
Specifications
Power Input
100 - 240V~, 50 - 60Hz
Power Consumption (Max)
313 W
Power Consumption (typ.)
176 W
Power Consumption (Standby & Off)
<0.5 W (RS232 in active)
Dimensions (Without Stand) [W x H x D]
1458.7 x 834.7 x 81.6 mm
Weight (Without Stand)
24.8 Kg
Gross Weight (Without Stand)
39.3 Kg
Environmental Condition:
Item
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Specifications
Operational
0 ~ 40°C
Storage
-20 ~ 60°C
Operational
20 ~ 80% RH (No condensation)
Storage
5 ~ 95% RH (No condensation)
Operational
0 ~ 3,000 m
Storage / Shipment
0 ~ 9,000 m
Internal Speaker:
Item
Specifications
Type
1 Way 1 Speaker
Input
10 W (RMS)
Impedance
8Ω
Output Sound Pressure
82 dB/W/M
Frequency Response
160 Hz ~ 13 KHz
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Planar, a Leyard company
Customer Service
24x7 Online Technical Support: http://www.planar.com/support
1195 NW Compton Drive
Beaverton, OR 97006-1992
Tel: 1-866-PLANAR1 (866-752-6271), or+1503-748-5799 outside the United States.
©2016 Planar Systems, Inc.
Planar is a registered trademark of Planar Systems, Inc. Other brands and names are
the property of their respective owners. Technical information in this document is subject
to change without notice (08/2016).
PN: 020-1283-01A
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