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Posiflex TM-6100 User Manual
TM6100 Series
Touch Monitor
USER’S MANUAL
Rev. : Original
I.
FEATURES
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Most stable touch monitor for industrial and commercial use
•
Application covers POS, POI (Kiosk), Factory Automation etc.
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High quality 12.1” TFT LCD panel with scaling function for full screen display
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Resistive type extra long life touch panel
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Tilt adjustable yet robust and wobble free construction
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Spill proof and easy maintenance structure allowing easy cleaning
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Touch functions include left/right button, double click, drag & drop
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Touch beep can be pitch adjusted and enabled/disabled by software control
FCC NOTICE
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and found to
comply with limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to
provide reasonable protection against 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 to correct the interference.
WARRANTY LIMITS
Warranty will terminate automatically when the machine is opened by any person other than the authorized
technicians. The user should consult his/her dealer for the problem happened. Warranty voids if the user does not follow
the instructions in application of this merchandise. The manufacturer is by no means responsible for any damage or
hazard caused by improper application.
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
This manual assists the user to utilize the TOUCH Monitor TM6000 series. These series provide versatile font
formats and support various instruction sets. These series of products receive instructions in serial communication
protocols and is capable of entering pass through mode so that all instructions received pass on to next connected serial
device if properly configured.
The manufacturer of the TM6000 series heartily apologizes to the user for reserving the right to change or to
modify this manual without notice due to the rapid and constant progress and improvement on science and technology.
The user may always obtain the most up to date information through any of our web sites: http://www.posiflex.com.tw,
http: //www.posiflexuk.com, http://www.posiflexusa.com.
 Copyright Mustek Corp. 2003
TRADE MARKS AND SERVICE MARKS
POSIFLEX is a registered trademark of Mustek Corp..
Other brand and product names are trademarks and registered trademarks and service marks of their respective
owners.
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II. MODEL NUMBER
TM6112:
TM6101:
12.1” LCD Touch Monitor on adjustable stand
12.1” LCD Touch Monitor w/ joining mechanism for Posiflex
touch terminals such as TP-7000 series
III. CARTON CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Touch Monitor (Main unit assembled with Stand or Joint base)
Posiflex Product Information CDROM
User’s Manual
Power Adaptor: ASP0P042WTB001 &
power cord (for TM6112)
5. VGA Cable: 20867244100 (for TM6112)
or 20863241710 (for TM6101)
6. Touch Control Cable: 20863244210 (for
TM6112) or 20863244200 (for TM6101)
7. Harness for TM6101 to assemble onto TP7000
(separately described in later chapter)
IV. PARTS IDENTIFICATION
A. FRONT VIEW
Display Screen + Touch Panel
Power/Stand By LED
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B. SIDE VIEWS
TM6112
Power on/off Switch
& OSD Buttons
Tilt Adjust Button
TM6101
TP7000 Main Unit
TM6101
C. INPUT / OUTPUT PORT
Power on/off Switch
& OSD Buttons
Touch Control Port
VGA Port
D. LED INDICATION
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Green: standby
Blue: power on
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V.
INSTALLATION
A. For TM6112
1. Find in the rear of the panel a 10 pin RJ-45 jack for touch controller
connection and a VGA connector.
2. Connect the 10 pin RJ45 plug end of the touch control cable to the jack till it
clicks. Connect and screw fix the end with power connector of VGA cable as
in the picture.
Power Connector
Touch
Control
VGA
Plug from Adaptor
Back of TM6112
One end of VGA cable
Cables connected
3. Connect and screw fix the other end of touch control cable to an appropriate
COM port and the VGA cable to VGA port of the host system.
4. Check the specification of the power adaptor against the power socket then
insert the power adaptor into the power socket.
Connect the output plug from the power adaptor to
the connector in VGA cable
5. Press in the adjust button when turning the LCD
panel for best viewing effect in application.
Adjust Button
B. For TM6101
1. First remove the rear connect cover from the
TP7000 series base stand. Please refer to TP7000
User’s Manual and hold
your thumb gently on the
outer surface of the rear
connect cover while
Rear side of TP7000 base
having your middle finger
inside the stand assembly through the cable
Rear connect cover removed
exit to pull the plastic hook plate of the rear
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connect cover from inside to remove the cover.
2. Unlike other rear mount upgrade kit
for TP7000 series, TM6101 requires
F
G
some extra operations. First of all,
please check all installation parts
C
involved. There are 2 supporting
brackets (A and B in the picture), 1
E
A
B
bridging bracket (C in the picture), 16
D
screws with split washers (D in the
picture) besides the TM6101 on joining mechanism (E in the picture) and 2
interface cables (F and G in the picture).
3. Please then check the bottom
of the TP7000 base stand that
there are 6 screw holes near
the rear mount area as pointed
from circle marks in the
Rear bottom of TP7000
picture.
4. Check the supporting brackets that come in symmetrical pair for the 3 holes
each as pointed from circle marks in the below left picture for screw. Match
these screw holes from bottom of TP7000 series and apply 6 screws to fix
this pair of supporting brackets. Picture to the right shows bottom view of
assembled supporting brackets on TP7000 series.
Left
B
Right
A
A
B
Supporting brackets
Install brackets from bottom
5. Please then prepare to mount the bridging
bracket (C in the picture) in between the
supporting brackets (A and B). (We mark in the
pictures from now on the base of TP7000 series
as H in white letter for easier understanding.)
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C
A
B
H
6. Screw from both sides through supporting brackets (A and B) and from top
onto the rear connect opening of TP7000 series as pointed by arrows in the
pictures.
A
A
C
B
H
7. Connect the 10 pin RJ45 plug end of the touch
control cable to the jack in the rear of the panel
till it clicks. Connect and screw fix the VGA
cable as well.
B
H
H
Touch
Control
VGA
8. Route both cables to enter TP7000 series through the
opening as in the picture to the right. Connect them to
the appropriate COM port and VGA port of TP7000
series per instructions for TP7000 series. Please
remember to ask a qualified technician to enable the
power supply in the VGA port according to Posiflex
technical instruction but please do not enable power
in the COM port.
9. Join TM6101 (E) onto
E
brackets on TP7000 (H)
to become the picture
to the right.
H
10. Fix the final 4 screws
as pointed by arrows in
the picture to the right.
6
E
H
E
H
11. Press in the tilt adjust button as in picture to the
right when turning the LCD panel for best viewing
effect in application.
Tilt Adjust
Button
E
H
VI.
DRIVER INSTALLATION
A. INSTALLATION
Please find in the attached Posiflex product information CDROM under
subdirectory \Drivers\TM4_TM6\RS232 or \Drivers\TM4000\RS232 for RS232
interface touch controller driver. In case this subdirectory is not found in the
CDROM received, please use identical driver from relevant product such as
\Drivers\TP6000\Touch\RS232. In such subdirectory, please then find the proper
descendant for the OS applied such as \RSTC_W9x for Win9x system. Click
SETUP.EXE to install the driver into system and a utility program for touch
calibration. Please select “SmartSet Serial Controller” as the controller type
during the installation process. Same approach applies for other operating
system.
If, for any reason, the user wants to remove the driver for the RS232 touch
controller, please select “Monitor Mouse” in the program list for removal.
B. SETUP/CALIBRATION
Once the RS232 touch controller driver is installed, the user can utilize it
to calibrate the touch screen, define mouse button emulation modes, enable right
button emulation or define the click sound’s tone and duration. Please go to
“Control Panel” and select “Elo Touchscreen” to engage this utility. Most items
in this utility should be easily understandable to average user. Followings are
just some reminders on some items.
Ÿ COM port – This port selection must match exactly the port touch
control interface cable is connected to.
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Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
Align – This function engages 3 touch targets at left top, right bottom
and right top consecutively for touch calibration.
Click on touch – This selection of touch button disables the double
click function of a touch and a left click will be registered at the point
where a touch on the screen is made even if the touch is dragged to
other spot before release.
Click on release – This selection of touch button disables the double
click function of a touch and a left click will be registered at the point
where a touch is released from the screen.
Drag – This selection of touch button disables the double click
function of a touch and a left click contact signal will be sent to the
host when a touch is made and a left click release signal will be there
for touch release.
Drag, Double click – This selection of touch button allows the screen
touch to simulate the complete left button of a mouse.
Double click size – This adjustment (10 to 100 pixels) is available
only when double click function of the touch is enabled. The larger the
size is, the easier it is to take 2 consecutive taps on the touch screen at
nearly same spot as double click.
Show right-click sticky button – This function is only applicable in
Win98 environment. When this box is checked, there will be a large
icon on desktop simulating a mouse. After clicking the right button of
the mouse in this icon, next touch on the screen will act like clicking
the right button of a mouse. After this touch, it will automatically
resume the left click function.
C. APPLICATION
With this touch controller driver, certain display mode like full screen
display of Windows DOS box should be avoided.
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VII.
POWER & OSD
A. OSD buttons
“OSD” button: To enter OSD setup menu, or to perform function selected
in OSD operation.
“NXT” button: To go to next option function.
“” “” button: To increase setting.
“” “” button: To decrease setting.
“” “” button: To turn the monitor power ON/OFF. The monitor can be
turned OFF only when there is video signal and can be turned ON only
when there is video signal and after the “Turn Off Panel” message
vanishes. The default status is set to ON when power is supplied unless
manually turned OFF. Since this button controls only the display power
but not the display controller neither the touch controller, please try
disconnect the power cable or the VGA cable once unfortunately the
screen display goes into a mess. Please also avoid touching the screen
with the system still running though this power switch is turned off.
B. OSD functions
Press “OSD” button with a normal display on the screen to activate the
OSD functions (On Screen Display adjustment). The OSD window will pop up
on the screen. On top part of this window is a Posiflex logo with the OSD
firmware version indicated to its lower right. Below this area is a row of icons
for main OSD menu. Below the main menu is a group of icons for submenu that
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corresponds to one icon selected in the main menu. An analys is of the video
signal on resolution and refresh rate will be displayed at the bottom. Applicable
icons in the main menu and its subsequent menus are explained below.
“MAIN MENU”: There are in total 5 icons in this menu: One of the 5
icons will be displayed in inverted color to indicate its
relationship with the submenu below. Pressing “NXT” button will shift the
selected icon one by one from left to right and then wrap around to the most left.
Press “OSD” button to enter the selected sub menu. If there is no button for OSD
setting is pressed within a period of time (about 5 seconds to 1 minute as
programmed) the OSD window will disappear with all the adjusted parameters
saved. Explanations on items in sub menu are as below.
“BRIGHTNESS / CONTRAST ADJUST SUBMENU”: There are 3
icons in this submenu:
Press “OSD” button to select item or return to
main menu. Press “NXT” button to select among brightness, contrast and exit.
“BRIGHTNESS ADJUST”: When this item is selected, there will
be only the brightness icon with an adjustment indication bar under it
between the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” button
to increase brightness. Press “-” to decrease. Press “OSD” button to save
the current setting and return to “Brightness/Contrast submenu”.
“CONTRAST ADJUST”: When this item is selected, there will be
only the contrast icon with an adjustment indication bar under it between
the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” button to
increase contrast. Press “-” to decrease. Press “OSD” button to save the
current setting and return to “Brightness/Contrast submenu”.
“EXIT”: Return to “Main menu”.
“COLOR ADJUST SUBMENU”: There are 4 icons in this submenu:
Press “OSD” button to select item or return to main menu. Press
“NXT” button to select among auto color adjust, auto RGB reset, Color balance
adjust and exit.
“AUTO COLOR ADJUST”: Upon an “OSD” button press on this
icon the monitor will perform an automatic color adjustment and exits the
OSD win dow leaving 2 icons below at center of the screen. Press “NXT”
button to switch the selection. Press “OSD” button to make the choice.
“ACCEPT”: Accept the adjustment setting.
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“REJECT”: Decline the adjustment setting and return to
previous setting.
“AUTO RGB RESET”: Upon an “OSD” button press on this icon
the monitor will perform an automatic RGB reset and exits the OSD
window leaving 2 icons below at center of the screen. Press “NXT” button
to switch the selection. Press “OSD” button to make the choice.
“ACCEPT”: Accept the reset result.
“REJECT”: Decline the reset and return to previous setting.
“COLOR BALANCE ADJUST”: When this item is selected, there
will be 7 icons in this item:
between main menu
area and the video signa l mode. Press “OSD” button to select an item or
return to color adjust submenu. Press “NXT” button to select among
separate color adjust, 4200K, 5000K, 6500K, 7500K, 9300K and exit.
“SEPARATE COLOR ADJUST”: When this item is
selected, there will be 3 adjustment indication bars between the main
menu area and the video signal mode. Press “NXT” button to select
among the 3 colors Red, Green and Blue respectively. Press “+”
button to intensify that color. Press “-” to reduce. Press “OSD”
button to save the current setting and return to “Color balance adjust
submenu”.
“4200K”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will set the
color balance to a color temperature of 4200 degrees Kelvin.
“5000K”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will set the
color balance to a color temperature of 5000 degrees Kelvin.
“6500K”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will set the
color balance to a color temperature of 6500 degrees Kelvin.
“7500K”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will set the
color balance to a color temperature of 7500 degrees Kelvin.
“9300K”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will set the
color balance to a color temperature of 9300 degrees Kelvin.
“EXIT”: Return to “Color adjust submenu”.
“EXIT”: Return to “Main menu”.
“GEOMETRY ADJUST SUBMENU”: There are 6 icons in this
submenu:
Press “OSD” button to select item or return to
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main menu. Press “NXT” button to select among auto geometry adjust,
horizontal size, phase, horizontal position, vertical position and exit.
“AUTO GEOMETRY ADJUST”: Upon an “OSD” button press on
this icon the monitor will perform an automatic geometry adjustment and
exits the OSD window leaving 2 icons below at center of the screen. Press
“NXT” button to switch the selection. Press “OSD” button to make the
choice.
“ACCEPT”: Accept the adjustment setting.
“REJECT”: Decline the adjustment setting and return to
previous setting.
“HORIZONTAL SIZE”: When this item is selected, there will be
only the horizontal size icon with an adjustment indication bar under it
between the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” button
to increase horizontal size. Press “-” to decrease. Press “OSD” button to
save the current setting and return to “Geometry adjust submenu”.
“PHASE”: When this item is selected, there will be only the phase
adjust icon with an adjustment indication bar under it between the main
menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” or “-” button to adjust the
pixel synchronization phase for best picture display. Press “OSD” button
to save the current setting and return to “Geometry adjust submenu”.
“HORIZONTAL POSITION”: When this item is selected, there
will be only the horizontal position icon with an adjustment indication bar
under it between the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+”
or “-” button to shift the screen display to right or left. Press “OSD” button
to save the current setting and return to “Geometry adjust submenu”.
“VERTICAL POSITION”: When this item is selected, there will
be only the vertical position icon with an adjustment indication bar under it
between the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” button
to shift up the screen display. Press “-” to shift down. Press “OSD” button
to save the current setting and return to “Geometry adjust submenu”.
“EXIT”: Return to “Main menu”.
“TOOLS SUBMENU”: When this item is selected, there are 5 icons in
this submenu:
Press “OSD” button to select item or return to
main menu. Press “NXT” button to select among OSD submenu, reset to default,
phase, smoothness / sharpness adjust, mode select and exit.
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“OSD SUBMENU”: When this item is selected, there are 4 icons in
this submenu:
Press “OSD” button to select item or return to
main menu. Press “NXT” button to select among OSD time, OSD
horizontal position, OSD vertical position and exit.
“OSD TIME”: When this item is selected, there will be only
the OSD time icon with an adjustment indication bar under it
between the main menu area and the video signal mode. Press “+” or
“-” button to adjust the waiting time for OSD operation before OSD
termination between 5 to 60 seconds. Default is 30 seconds. Press
“OSD” button to save the current setting and return to “OSD
submenu”.
“OSD HORIZONTAL POSITION”: When this item is
selected, there will be only the vertical position icon with an
adjustment indication bar under it between the main menu area and
the video signal mode. Press “+” button to shift OSD window right.
Press “-” to shift left. Press “OSD” button to save the current setting
and return to “OSD submenu”.
“OSD VERTICAL POSITION”: When this item is selected,
there will be only the vertical position icon with an adjustment
indication bar under it between the main menu area and the video
signal mode. Press “+” button to move OSD window dow nward.
Press “-” to go upward. Press “OSD” button to save the current
setting and return to “OSD submenu”.
“EXIT”: Return to “Tools submenu”.
“RESET TO DEFAULT”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will
set all parameters back to the status when the monitor left factory.
“SMOOTHNESS / SHARPNESS ADJUST”: When this item is
selected, there will be only the smoothness / sharpness adjust icon with an
adjustment indication bar under it between the main menu area and the
video signal mode. Press “+” button to increase smoothness of display
(decrease sharpness). Press “-” to go the other way. Press “OSD” button to
save the current setting and return to “OSD submenu”.
“MODE SELECT”: Pressing “OSD” button on this icon will have
no effect at all if the display mode is not one of the confusing modes. The
confusing modes here mean 640 x 400 or 720 x 400 in display resolution
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as both mode have refresh rate of 70Hz, horizontal frequency of 37.9KHz
and pixel frequency of 31.5MHz making it impossible for automatic select.
These modes are not used in normal Windows display.
“EXIT”: Return to “Main menu”.
“EXIT”: Exit OSD setup with all adjustment saved.
VIII.
SUPPORTED DISPLAY MODES
For video signals beyond the supported display modes, there will be a
message “Out Of Range” on middle of screen. Maximum supported color depth
is 18 bits or 262,144 colors. Supported display modes are as in the table:
Display Resolution
Refresh Rate (Hz)
Horizontal Frequency (KHz)
640*400
70
37.9
60
31.5
640*480
72
37.9
75
37.5
720*400
70
37.9
56
35.1
60
37.9
800*600
72
48.1
75
46.9
60
48.4
1024*768
70
56.5
75
60
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