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Posiflex TM/LM-2012E User Manual
TM/LM-2012E
Standalone POS Monitor
User Manual
Package Contents
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12” TM/LM-2012E
Standalone Monitor……………….(x 1)
VGA Cable………………………..(x 1)
USB type A to B cable...……….....(x 1)
Power Cord………………………..(x 1)
12V/18W Power Adapter………....(x 1)
User Manual………………………(x 1)
Product Features
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Compact design, ideal for cramped space
High Quality 12” TFT LCD panel
LCD resolution up to 1024 x 768
Optional side attachment support (SD-366)
Flexible installation with VESA mounting support
Dimension : 261.67 mm (H) x 298 mm (W) x 253.71 mm (D); Weight :
2.48 kg
Color : Ivory or black
19670906010 Ver. Original
http://www.posiflex.com
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Views of the TM/LM-2012E
Front View
12.1” LM-2012E LCD Panel
12.1” TM-2012E Resistive Touch Panel
LED Indicator
Rear View
Cable Cover
Cable Exit
OSD Control Button
OSD button
EXT button
+ button
- button
Power button
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I/O Ports of TM/LM-2012E
USB (Type B) Port
DC-IN Power Jack
VGA Port
USB (Type A)
Port
Positioning your monitor for a Perfect Viewing Angle
Tilt the screen in the direction shown by the arrow in the
figure.
Connecting VGA and USB Cables
Gen6 base features its own cable management to help you well organize the
cords. The following will provide some useful cable-routing instructions for
you to connect VGA and USB cables to TM/LM-2012E.
1.
Tilt the display all the way down.
2.
To remove the cable cover at the rear of the terminal,
pull the four locking levers outwards with your fingers
and slide the cover in the direction shown by the
arrow.
3.
Tilt the screen upwards, and then have the cables pass
through the cable exit.
Cable exit
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5.
Connect the monitor to the terminal using VGA cable.
4.1
Connect one end of the VGA cable to the
VGA port at the bottom I/O plate of your
monitor.
4.2
Take the other end of VGA cable to insert it into the VGA port of
your terminal.
For TM series, please connect the monitor to the terminal using USB
type A to B cable to enable touch function for your monitor.
5.1 Grab Type-B connector of USB cable,
and then insert it into Type-B USB port of
your monitor
5.2
6.
Properly attach Type-A connector of USB cable to your POS
terminal.
After making sure the cable is threaded out of the
cable exit, put the cable cover back into place.
Cable Exit
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Identifying your Monitor as Secondary Touchscreen Monitor
in Extended Mode
Based on the type of your touch panels, you are required to adopt different
approaches to set up TM series as the extended monitor when you attempt to
extend the desktop across multiple monitors. In the following section the
related descriptions will be offered to help you achieve the purpose.
For TM-2012E Model with Resistive Touchscreen
For TM-2012E users, please follow the below instructions to complete
installation of The Dual Touch Manager, a tool designed to allow your monitor
to work as a secondary touchscreen monitor in extended mode.
1. Make sure that the monitor is well connected to your POS terminal with
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USB type A to B cable.
Visit Posiflex official site ( http://www.posiflex.com/englobal/Home/index). Or, you may find USB Dual Touch Manager from
your Posiflex POS terminal instead.
Click on Products, which is located on the upper right side of your
browser window. Then, select POS Monitor in the pop-up menu.
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4. Select Standalone type of POS monitor. After scrolling down the page,
click on TM-2012E item.
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5. Click on the Download tab, and then Drivers & Utility.
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6. Click Setup icon
of USB Dual Touch Manager to install the USB
Dual Touch Manager.
7. Follow the instructions to complete the manager installation. After the
installation is finished, restart your terminal.
Powering ON/OFF your Monitor
To start up TM/LM-2012E, you have to make sure that the monitor is well
connected to POS terminals and electricity is supplied to the monitor either
through POS terminals or through external power sources. For the users who
prefer Posiflex POS system as primary power sources to power your monitor
using VGA cable, please also refer to the Activating Power Output to VGA
Port via BIOS Settings section to confirm that VGA port of your terminal is
indeed enabled.
Power ON TM/LM -2012E
Press the power button of the terminal to power up the terminal. Few seconds
later the monitor will be initiated automatically.
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Power OFF TM/LM -2012E
After following the standard shutdown procedure to shut down your terminal,
the monitor will be consequently turned off.
Activating Power Output to VGA port via BIOS Settings
In general, Posiflex terminals will disable the VGA power output in BIOS due
to safety concerns. In the case of using your Posiflex terminal to supply power
to monitors, it is required to manually enable the VGA power of the terminals
in BIOS settings so that the monitor is able to extract power from the Posiflex
terminals. However, if the monitor you are using is not manufactured by
Posiflex, it is strongly suggested to deactivate the VGA power of your terminal
in preventing your device from being damaged.
The following will describe the steps required to enable VGA port in BIOS
setting. For those users who intend to power the monitors using power
adaptor included in your package, you may skip this section. Besides,
please DO NOT plug the VGA cable into VGA connectors while the terminal
is still running.
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Make sure that TM/LM-2012E is well connected to the Posiflex terminals
using the VGA cable.
Press the power button of the POS to power on the POS. During the boot
process, hit F2 key to access BIOS setting.
Navigate through BIOS using arrow and Enter keys to access the setting
of VGA port. If it is set to be disabled, hit Enter key to enable the VGA
power output.
Switch to Exit tab and select Exit Saving Changes option. Choose Yes in
Setup Confirmation message box to save your configurations.
After rebooting your POS, make sure the monitor is correctly detected.
Power LED Indicator
Power LED indicator, located at the bottom of the screen, is used to notify
users of the current status of your monitor by emitting various LED signals.
Please refer to the below chart to accurately interpret the of the indicators
status to facilitate your troubleshooting.
Status
ON, solid blue
ON, solid green
OFF
Description
System power ON
System Standby
System power OFF
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Setting up Display Resolution for Your Monitor
The below chart defines the list of recommended display settings for
TM/LM-2012E. Improper display configuration will prevent the monitor from
properly displaying the image and lead to a warning message of “out of range”
prompted on the screen.
Display Resolution
640*400
640*480
720*400
800*600
1024*768
Refresh Rate (Hz)
70
60
72
75
70
56
60
72
75
60
70
75
Horizontal Frequency (KHz)
37.9
31.5
37.9
37.5
37.9
35.1
37.9
48.1
46.9
48.4
56.5
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Using the OSD Menu
OSD, as known as On-Screen Display, is employed to assist users in adjusting
a variety of monitor-related settings depending on personal preference.
Through this section, it is expected to familiarize you with the options which
are accessible via OSD menu, and to optimize your experiences with
TM/LM-2012E.
Power & OSD Buttons
Power & OSD buttons are available on the righthand side of the LCD monitor. Each of four OSD
controls works differently in various occasions.
Please refer to the below figure to get an idea of
how they could possibly function in relation to
OSD menu.
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Icon
OSD button
EXT button
“+” Button
“-” Button
Power Button
Description
While OSD menu is activated:
 to select the specific menu option
While OSD menu is deactivated:
 to activate the OSD menu
While OSD menu is activated:
 to exit from the current configuration
While OSD menu is activated:
 to navigate through OSD menu options
 to increase the value of the specific item
While OSD menu is activated:
 to navigate through OSD menu options
 to decrease the value of the specific item
While OSD menu is deactivated:
 to initiate auto-adjustment function
 turn on/off the monitor
To help you get started with the OSD menu, the following points are
guidelines you are suggested to go through:
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Firstly, press the OSD button to access the OSD menu.
2.
Scroll through OSD menu options using either the “+” or “-” button.
3.
Press the OSD button to select the particular menu option of interest. It
will lead you to its sub-menu page if the selected menu option contains
sub-menu items.
4.
Under the selected menu item with available sub-menu items, use the
“+” or “-” button to switch among different items. Then, press the
OSD button to select the sub-menu item which you intend to adjust.
5.
Use the “+” or “-” button to adjust the value of the selected OSD item.
Then, press the OSD button to save settings.
6.
Press the EXT button to exit from the current configuration.
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OSD Options
Please refer to the following table for further explanation of the accessible
items.
OSD Menu Options
Sub-menu items & Description
 Backlight
Picture
Press the “+” button to increase backlight
intensity;
Press the “-” button to decrease backlight
intensity.
 Brightness
Press the “+” button to increase brightness;
Press the “-” button to decrease brightness.
 Contrast
Press the “+” button to increase contrast;
Press the “-” button to decrease contrast.
 Sharpness
Press the “+” button to increase sharpness;
Press the “-” button to decrease sharpness.
 Auto Adjustment
Display
Execute the auto-tune function for OSD menu,
which will automatically perform fine tune of
the image quality for optimizing screen
performance.
 H Position
Press the “+” button to move the screen to the
right;
Press the “-” button to move the screen to the
left.
 V Position
Press the “+” button to move the screen up;
Press the “-” button to move the screen down.
 Pixel Clock
Use the “+” or “-” button to adjust the
Clock setting for VGA input.
 Phase
Use the “+” or “-” button to adjust the
Phase setting for VGA input.
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OSD Menu Options
Other
Information
Sub-menu items & Description
 Reset
Restore the current menu back to the default
setting.
 Menu Time
Specify the length of time for OSD menu to
stay active on the screen.
 Language
Specify the language used in the OSD menu.
Display information regarding display resolution,
horizontal/vertical sync frequency, pixel clock
(PCLK), etc.
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Specifications
TM-2012E
Display
LCD Panel
Resolution
Active Area
Pixel Pitch
Pixel Arrangement
Viewing Angle
Contrast Ratio
Response Time
Brightness
Power Supply
I/O Ports
LM-2012E
12" LCD Panel with LED Backlight
1024 (H) x 768 (V)
245.76 (H) x 184.32 (V)
0.24(H) x 0.24 (V)
R.G.B.W Rectangle
70/70/70/70 degree (U/D/L/R)
800 : 1
16 ms
350 cd/m2
12V / 18W
VGA Port x1
DC-in Jack x1
Type-A USB Port x1
Type-B USB Port x1
Touch
Touch type
5-wire Resistive
N/A
Interface
USB
N/A
※ The product information and specifications are subject to change without
prior notice. To get the detailed information on TM/LM-2012E, please check
this model from Posiflex Global Website
(http://www.posiflex.com/en-global/Download/download).
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