AG Neovo QX-28, QX-24 User manual

AG Neovo QX-28, QX-24 User manual
QX-24 & QX-28 LED-Backlit Display
displays.agneovo.com
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION........................................................................... 1
CE Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................................... 1
Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice .................................................................................... 1
Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”) ........................................................................... 2
Information for U.K. only........................................................................................................................... 3
North Europe (Nordic Countries) Information ........................................................................................... 4
End-of-Life Disposal ................................................................................................................................. 5
Waste Electrical and Electronie Equipment-WEEE .................................................................................. 5
Turkey RoHS ............................................................................................................................................ 6
Ukraine RoHS .......................................................................................................................................... 6
PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................................... 7
Cautions When Setting Up ....................................................................................................................... 7
Cautions When Using............................................................................................................................... 7
Cleaning and Maintenance....................................................................................................................... 8
Notice for the LCD Display ....................................................................................................................... 9
CHAPTER 1: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ................................................. 10
1.1 Package Contents .............................................................................................................................. 10
1.2 Preparing for the Installation .............................................................................................................. 11
1.2.1
Installing the Stand .................................................................................................................. 11
1.2.2
Adjusting the Viewing Angle and Height .................................................................................. 12
1.3 Wall Mounting Installation................................................................................................................... 13
1.3.1
Removing the Stand ................................................................................................................ 14
1.3.2
VESA Grid ............................................................................................................................... 15
1.4 Mounting in Portrait Position .............................................................................................................. 15
1.5 LCD Display Overview ....................................................................................................................... 16
1.5.1
Control Panel........................................................................................................................... 16
1.5.2
Input/Output Terminals ............................................................................................................ 17
1.6 Remote Control .................................................................................................................................. 18
1.6.1
General Functions ................................................................................................................... 18
1.6.2
Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control ......................................................................... 19
1.6.3
Handling the Remote Control .................................................................................................. 19
1.6.4
Operating Range of the Remote Control ................................................................................. 19
CHAPTER 2: MAKING CONNECTIONS .................................................. 20
2.1 Connecting the Power ........................................................................................................................ 20
2.2 Connecting a Computer ..................................................................................................................... 21
2.2.1
Using VGA Input ..................................................................................................................... 21
2.2.2
Using HDMI Input .................................................................................................................... 21
2.2.3
Using DVI Input ....................................................................................................................... 22
2.2.4
Using DisplayPort (DP) Input .................................................................................................. 22
2.3 Connecting External Equipment (DVD / DVD-B)................................................................................ 23
2.4 Connecting a USB Storage Device (for firmware upgrade)................................................................ 23
2.5 Connecting to Wired Network............................................................................................................. 24
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 3: USING THE LCD DISPLAY ................................................ 25
3.1 Turning on the Power ......................................................................................................................... 25
3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal ...................................................................................................... 25
3.3 Adjusting the Volume .......................................................................................................................... 26
3.4 Changing the Picture Format ............................................................................................................. 26
3.5 Choosing Your Preferred Picture Settings .......................................................................................... 27
3.6 Using Auto Adjustment Function ........................................................................................................ 27
3.7 Using Multi-Window Mode.................................................................................................................. 28
3.7.1
Multi-Window Options ............................................................................................................. 28
3.7.2
PIP Swap................................................................................................................................. 29
3.7.3
Setting the Sub-Source Signals .............................................................................................. 29
CHAPTER 4: ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU ........................................... 30
4.1 Using the OSD Menu ......................................................................................................................... 30
4.2 OSD Menu Tree ................................................................................................................................. 32
CHAPTER 5: ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY ....................................... 34
5.1 Brightness Menu ................................................................................................................................ 34
5.2 Adjust Screen Menu ........................................................................................................................... 36
5.3 Colour Setting Menu........................................................................................................................... 37
5.4 OSD Setting Menu ............................................................................................................................. 40
5.5 All Reset Menu ................................................................................................................................... 41
5.6 Multi Window Menu ............................................................................................................................ 42
5.7 System 1 Menu .................................................................................................................................. 43
5.8 System 2 Menu .................................................................................................................................. 46
CHAPTER 6: APPENDIX .......................................................................... 49
6.1 Warning Messages ............................................................................................................................. 49
6.2 Supported Resolution ......................................................................................................................... 50
6.3 Cleaning ............................................................................................................................................. 51
6.4 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................. 52
6.5 Transporting the LCD Display ............................................................................................................ 53
6.5.1
QX-24/QX-28........................................................................................................................... 53
CHAPTER 7: SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................. 54
7.1 Display Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 54
7.2 Display Dimensions ............................................................................................................................ 55
7.2.1
QX-24 Dimensions .................................................................................................................. 55
7.2.2
QX-28 Dimensions .................................................................................................................. 56
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SAFETY INFORMATION
CE Declaration of Conformity
This device complies with the requirements set out in the Council Directive on theApproximation of the Laws
of the Member States relating to ElectromagneticCompatibility (2014/30/EU), Low-voltage Directive (2014/35/
EU), RoHS directive(2011/65/EU).
This product has been tested and found to comply with the harmonized standards forInformation Technology
Equipment, these harmonized standards published underDirectives of Official Journal of the European Union.
Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice
The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong socket).
All equipment that works together (computer, display, printer, and so on) should have the same power supply
source.
The phasing conductor of the room’s electrical installation should have a reserve short-circuit protection device
in the form of a fuse with a nominal value no larger than 16 amperes (A).
To completely switch off the equipment, the power supply cable must be removed from the power supply
socket, which should be located near the equipment and easily accessible.
A protection mark “B” confirms that the equipment is in compliance with the protection usage requirements of
standards PN-93/T-42107 and PN-89/E-06251.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Electric, Magnetic and Electromagnetic Fields (“EMF”)
• We manufacture and sell many products targeted at consumers, which, like any electronic apparatus, in
general have the ability to emit and receive electromagnetic signals.
• One of our leading Business Principles is to take all necessary health and safety measures for our
products, to comply with all applicable legal requirements and to stay well within the EMF standards
applicable at the time of producing the products.
• We are committed to develop, produce and market products that cause no adverse health effects.
• We confirm that if its products are handled properly for their intended use, they are safe to use according to
scientific evidence available today.
• We play an active role in the development of international EMF and safety standards, enabling us to
anticipate further developments in standardization for early integration in its products.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Information for U.K. only
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
(B)
(A)
Important:
This apparatus is supplied with an approved moulded 13A plug. To
change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
1
Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2
Fit new fuse which should be a BS 1362 5A,A.S.T.A. or BSI
approved type.
3
Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it should be cut
off and an appropriate 3-pin plug fitted in its place.
Note:
The severed plug must be
destroyed to avoid a possible shock
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value of 5A. If a
hazard should it be inserted into a
plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the distribution board should
13A socket elsewhere.
not be greater than 5A.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE - “NEUTRAL” (“N”)
BROWN - “LIVE” (“L”)
GREEN & YELLOW - “EARTH” (“E”)
• The GREEN & YELLOW wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter
“E” or by the Earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN & YELLOW.
• The BLUE wire must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter “N” or coloured BLACK.
• The BROWN wire must be connected to the terminal which marked with the letter “L” or coloured RED.
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not
simply over the three wires.
North Europe (Nordic Countries) Information
Placering/Ventilation
VARNING: FÖRSÄKRA DIG OM ATT HUVUDBRYTARE OCH UTTAG ÄR LÄTÅTKOMLIGA, NÄR DU
STÄLLER DIN UTRUSTNING PÅPLATS.
Placering/Ventilation
ADVARSEL: SØRG VED PLACERINGEN FOR, AT NETLEDNINGENS STIK OG STIKKONTAKT ER NEMT
TILGÆNGELIGE.
Paikka/Ilmankierto
VAROITUS: SIJOITA LAITE SITEN, ETTÄ VERKKOJOHTO VOIDAAN TARVITTAESSA HELPOSTI
IRROTTAA PISTORASIASTA.
Plassering/Ventilasjon
ADVARSEL: NÅR DETTE UTSTYRET PLASSERES, MÅ DU PASSE PÅ AT KONTAKTENE
FOR STØMTILFØRSEL ER LETTE Å NÅ.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
End-of-Life Disposal
Your new Public Information Display contains materials that can be recycled and reused. Specialized
companies can recycle your product to increase the amount of reusable materials and to minimize the amount
to be disposed of.
Please find out about the local regulations on how to dispose of your old display from your local dealer.
(For customers in Canada and U.S.A.)
This product may contain lead and/or mercury. Dispose of in accordance to local-state and federal regulations.
For additional information on recycling contact www.eia.org (Consumer Education Initiative).
Waste Electrical and Electronie Equipment-WEEE
Attention users in European Union private households
This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European Directive
2012/19/EU governing used electrical and electronic appliances, this product may not be
disposed of with normal household waste. You are responsible for disposal of this equipment
through a designated waste electrical and electronic equipment collection. To determine the
locations for dropping off such waste electrical and electronic, contact your local government
office, the waste disposal organization that serves your household or the store at which you
purchased the product.
Attention users in United States:
Please dispose of according to all Local, State and Federal Laws. For the disposal or recycling information,
contact: www.mygreenelectronics.com or www.eiae.org.
End of Life Directives-Recycling
Your new Public Information Display contains several materials that can be recycled for new
users.
Please dispose of according to all Local, State, and Federal laws.
Restriction on Hazardous Substances statement (India)
This product complies with the “India E-waste Rule 2011” and prohibits use of lead, mercury, hexavalent
chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers in concentrations exceeding 0.1
weight % and 0.01 weight % for cadmium, except for the exemptions set in Schedule 2 of the Rule.
E-Waste Declaration for India
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed
of with your other household waste. Instead it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste
equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical
and electronic equipment . The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at
the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a
manner that protects human health and the environment.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Batteries
For EU: The crossed-out wheeled bin implies that used batteries should not be put to the
general household waste! There is a separate collection system for used batteries, to allow
proper treatment and recycling in accordance with legislation.
Please contact your local authority for details on the collection and recycling schemes.
For Switzerland: The used battery is to be returned to the selling point.
For other non-EU countries: Please contact your local authority for correct method of
disposal of the used battery.
According to EU directive 2006/66/EC, the battery can’t be disposed improperly. The battery shall be
separated to collect by local service.
Turkey RoHS
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti: EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
Ukraine RoHS
Обладнання відповідає вимогам Технічного регламенту щодо обмеження використання деяких
небезпечних речовин в електричному та електронному обладнанні, затвердженого постановою Кабінету
Міністрів України від 3 грудня 2008 № 1057.
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PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Symbols used in this manual
This icon indicates the existence of a potential hazard that could result in personal injury
or damage to the product.
This icon indicates important operating and servicing information.
Notice
• Read this User Manual carefully before using the LCD display and keep it for future reference.
• The product specifications and other information provided in this User Manual are for reference only. All
information is subject to change without notice. Updated content can be downloaded from our web site at
displays.agneovo.com.
• To register online, go to displays.agneovo.com.
• To protect your rights as a consumer, do not remove any stickers from the LCD display. Doing so may
affect the determination of the warranty period.
Cautions When Setting Up
• Do not place the LCD display near heat sources, such as a heater, exhaust vent, or in direct sunlight.
• Do not cover or block the ventilation holes in the housing.
• Place the LCD display on a stable area. Do not place the LCD display where it may subject to vibration or
shock.
• Place the LCD display in a well-ventilated area.
• Do not place the LCD display outdoors.
• To avoid the risk of shock or permanent damage to the set, do not expose the display to dust, rain, water or
an excessively moist environment.
• Do not spill liquid or insert sharp objects into the LCD display through the ventilation holes. Doing so may
cause accidental fire, electric shock or damage the LCD display.
Cautions When Using
• Use only the power cord supplied with the LCD display.
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PRECAUTIONS
• The power outlet should be installed near the LCD display and
be easily accessible.
• If an extension cord is used with the LCD display, ensure that the
total current consumption plugged into the power outlet does not
exceed the ampere rating.
Warning:
• Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not place the
LCD display where the power cord may be stepped on.
• If the LCD display will not be used for an indefinite period of time,
unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
• To disconnect the power cord, grasp and pull by the plug head.
Do not tug on the cord; doing so may cause fire or electric shock.
• Do not unplug or touch the power cord with wet hands.
• When turning off the display by detaching the power cord, wait 6
seconds before re-attaching the power cord for normal operation.
• Do not knock or drop the display during operation or
transportation.
Cleaning and Maintenance
• To protect your display from possible damage, do not put
excessive pressure on the LCD panel. When moving your
display, grasp the frame to lift; do not lift the display by placing
your hand or fingers on the LCD panel.
• Unplug the display if you need to clean it with a slightly damp
cloth. The screen may be wiped with a dry cloth when the power
is off. However, never use organic solvent, such as, alcohol, or
ammonia-based liquids to clean your display.
• If your display becomes wet, wipe it with dry cloth as soon as
possible.
• If a foreign substance or water gets in your display, turn the
power off immediately and disconnect the power cord. Then
remove the foreign substance or water, and send the unit to the
maintenance center.
• In order to maintain the best performance of your display and
ensure a longer lifetime, we strongly recommend using the
display in a location that falls within the following temperature
and humidity ranges.
♦ Temperature: 0-40°C (32-104°F)
♦ Humidity: 5%~95% RH
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Unplug the power cord
from the power outlet and
refer to qualified service
personnel under the following
conditions:
♦
When the power cord is
damaged.
♦
If the LCD display has been
dropped or the housing has
been damaged.
♦
If the LCD display emits smoke
or a distinct odor.
PRECAUTIONS
Notice for the LCD Display
• In order to maintain the stable luminous performance, it is recommended to use low brightness setting.
• Due to the lifespan of the lamp, it is normal that the brightness quality of the LCD display may decrease
with time.
• When static images are displayed for long periods of time, the image may cause an imprint on the LCD
display. This is called image retention or burn-in.
♦
To prevent image retention, do any of the following:
• Set the LCD display to turn off after a few minutes of being idle.
• Use a screen saver that has moving graphics or a blank white image.
• Execute the ANTI-BURN-IN function of the LCD display. Refer to “ANTI-BURN-IN” on page 46.
• Switch desktop backgrounds regularly.
• Adjust the LCD display to low brightness settings.
• Turn off the LCD display when the system is not in use.
♦
Things to do when the LCD display shows image retention:
• Turn off the LCD display for extended periods of time. It can be several hours or several days.
• Use a screen saver and run it for extended periods of time.
• Use a black and white image and run it for extended periods of time.
• There are millions of micro transistors inside the LCD display. It is normal for a few transistors to be
damaged and to produce spots. This is acceptable and is not considered a failure.
• IMPORTANT: Always activate a moving screen saver program when you leave your display unattended.
Always activate a periodic screen refresh application if the unit will display unchanging static content.
Uninterrupted display of still or static images over an extended period may cause “burn in”, also known
as “after-imaging” or “ghost imaging”, on your screen. This is a well-known phenomenon in LCD panel
technology. In most cases, the “burned in” or “after-imaging” or “ghost imaging” will disappear gradually
over a period of time after the power has been switched off.
• WARNING: Severe “burn-in” or “after-image” or “ghost image” symptoms will not disappear and cannot be
repaired. This is also not covered under the terms of your warranty.
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CHAPTER 1: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1 Package Contents
When unpacking, check if the following items are included in
the package. If any of them is missing or damaged, contact your
dealer.
LCD Display
Quick start guide
Remote control
Auto
Aspect
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
Menu
Exit
0
QX-24 & QX-28
Quick Start Guide
Source
SET
QX-24 & QX-28 LED-Backlit Display
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
QX-24/QX-28_Quick Guide_V010
www.agneovo.com
Power cord
HDMI cable
Stand screws
Note:
Must use only the supplied power
adapter:
♦ Channel Well Technology
Model no. : KPL-066F
Rating: 12V/5.5A
Mute
Power adapter
♦
Remote control is shipped with
the supplied AAA batteries.
♦
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.
♦
The pictures are for reference
only. Actual items may vary
upon shipment.
Stand
Warranty card
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.2 Preparing for the Installation
• Due to the high power consumption, always use the plug exclusively designed for this product. If an
extended line is required, please consult your service agent.
• 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.
• The product can normally operate only under 5000m in altitude. In installations at altitudes above 3000m,
some abnormalities may be experienced.
Caution:
♦
Do not press too hard on the LCD panel or edge of the frame, as this may cause the device to malfunction.
♦
During unpacking, make sure to remove the device from its packaging with care..
1.2.1
Installing the Stand
1
Place the LCD display with the screen side down on a cushioned surface.
2
Attach the stand to the LCD display.
a. Align and attach the stand base to the stand arm.
b. Use the screws to secure the base.
0°
90°
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.2.2
Adjusting the Viewing Angle and Height
For optimal viewing, it is recommended to look at the full face of the screen, then adjust the screen of the LCD display
angle and height according to your preference.
Hold the stand so that the screen does not topple when you make the adjustment.
You are able to adjust the screen angle and height as below:
Tilt angle:
Pivot angle:
0°~ 90°
QX-24: -0°~ 27°
QX-28: -0°~ 22°
90°
Height Adjustment Button
Note: Before making the adjustment, make sure
to adjust the height to the highest position, tilt the
screen, then rotate 90˚.
Swivel angle:
Height adjustment:
±45°
45°
0 ~ 100mm
45°
100mm
Note: When making the adjustment, make sure
to place one of your hand on the top of monitor
with some force then press the height adjustment
button. Some force (either to push down or to
move up) might require to make the adjustment.
Make sure to place your other hand out of the
sliding trail to prevent from injury when forcing the
monitor down.
Note: To prevent monitor tipped over, never swivel
the monitor over 45 degree at any circumstance.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3 Wall Mounting Installation
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.
To wall-mount the LCD display, screw the mounting bracket to the
VESA holes at the rear of the LCD display.
200mm
100mm
100mm
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
update
LAN
Note:
♦
Avoid the wall-mounting kit to
block the ventilation holes on
the back of the display.
♦
Secure the LCD display on a
solid wall strong enough to bear
its weight.
♦
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.
♦
Ensure you have all
accessories for mounting this
display (wall mount, ceiling
mount, table stand, etc).
♦
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.
RS232
QX-24 / QX-28
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3.1
Removing the Stand
1
Place the LCD display with the screen side down on a cushioned surface.
2
Rotate the stand 90˚ counter-clockwise. Then remove the screws securing the stand to the LCD
display.
3
Remove the stand base.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3.2
VESA Grid
Model Name
VESA Grid
QX-24
100 x 100 / 100 x 200
QX-28
100 x 100 / 100 x 200
Caution:
To prevent the display from falling:
♦
For wall or ceiling installation, we recommend installing the display with metal brackets which are
commercially available. For detailed installation instructions, refer to the guide received with the respective
bracket.
♦
To lessen the probability of injury and damage resulting from fall of the display in case of earthquake or
other natural disaster, be sure to consult the bracket manufacturer for installation location.
Note:
♦
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.
♦
Unit weight is 7.2 kg (QX-24) or 10.4 kg (QX-28). The equipment and its associated mounting means still
remain secure during the test. For use only with UL Listed Wall Mount Bracket with minimum weight/load:
12 kg (QX-24) or 16 kg (QX-28).
1.4 Mounting in Portrait Position
This display can be installed in portrait position.
1
Remove the table stand, if attached.
2
Rotate 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
AUDIO
F/W
IN
update
VGA
VGA
DP
90
HDMI
LAN
DVI
RS232
DC IN
LAN
HDMI
DP
AUDIO
F/W
IN
update
DVI
RS232
DC IN
90
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.5 LCD Display Overview
1.5.1
Control Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
DC IN
7
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
update
LAN
RS232
8
9
1
10 11
6
[ ] MENU
• Activates the OSD menu when OSD
menu is off.
• Selects items or accepts the settings
made in the OSD menu.
[ ] LEFT
7
• Increases the adjustment or selects a
setting while OSD menu is on.
• Increases the audio output level
while OSD menu is off.
[ ] SOURCE
• Chooses the input source.
8
[ ] POWER
[ ] AUTO
• For VGA input signal source,
performs auto adjustment.
• Closes the OSD menu or exits a
submenu while OSD menu is on.
2
3
Turns the display on or off.
9
[ ] RIGHT
Detects ambient lighting conditions and
automatically adjusts the brightness
levels. Refer to “AUTO BRIGHTNESS
(Light sensor)” on page 35 for more
information.
• Decreases the adjustment or selects
the setting while OSD menu is on.
• Decreases the audio output level
while OSD menu is off.
4
[ ] UP
10 IR sensor
• Press to select PIP or PBP (without
pop up message).
• During OSD menu selection, press to
move up a menu or submenu.
5
AUTO BRIGHTNESS (Light sensor)
Receives the signal from the remote
control.
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LED indicator
Displays the status of the IR sensor.
• Blue: The display’s power is on.
• Amber: The display is in Stand-by
mode.
• Off: The display’s power is off.
[ ] DOWN: Hotkey: Aspect Ratio
• When PIP is ON: SWAP the PIP
main and sub picture (without pop up
message).
• During OSD menu selection, press to
move down a menu or submenu.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.5.2
Input/Output Terminals
DC IN
1
2
3
1
DC IN
Connects with the supplied power
adapter.
2
DVI
Connects with the digital video output
of a computer, and other applicable
devices.
3
4
5
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
4
AUDIO
F/W
IN
update
5
HDMI
Connects with devices supporting
audio/ video data using the HDMI
interface.
DisplayPort
Connects with devices supporting
audio/ video data using the DisplayPort
interface.
LAN
RS232
6
17
8
9
6
Audio in
Connects with the audio out connector
of a video source such as a computer,
VCR, or DVD player when the display
is connected to the source via the VGA
or DVI connector.
7
USB
Connects a USB compatible storage
device for firmware upgrade.
8
RJ-45
Provides LAN control function for the
use of remote control signal from the
control center.
9
VGA
Connects with the analog video output
(VGA) of a computer.
7
RS232 in
Connects with the serial IO connector
of another device.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.6 Remote Control
1.6.1
General Functions
1 [ ] Power
Turns the display on or off.
1
Mute
2 [Auto]
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
Display
3
For VGA input signal source, performs auto
adjustment.
7
8
2
9
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
4
3 [Aspect]
Adjusts the aspect ratio of the display.
0
4 [Numbers]
5
Enters numbers for network settings.
Menu
Source
Exit
10
6
11
5 [Menu]
Displays the OSD menu. Please refer to page 32.
SET
12
6 [Exit]
Exits the current menu.
PIP/PBP
7 [Mute]
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
13
Turns the mute function on or off.
8 [P.Mode]
Chooses the picture mode.
9 [Display]
Displays briefly the currently selected input source.
10 [Source]
Switches the video input source. Use the [ ] [ ]
button to select [VGA], [DVI], [HDMI], or [DP] and
press the [SET] button to confirm the selection.
11 [SET]
Chooses items or accepts the settings made in
the OSD menu.
12 [ ] / [ ] / [ ] / [ ] Navigation buttons
Navigates through menus, selects items, and
adjusts values.
13 [PIP/PBP]
• [ON/OFF]: Turns the multi-window mode on
or off.
• [Input]: For PIP mode, selects the input signal
for the sub source.
• [Change]: Chooses the multi-window mode.
• [Swap]: Swaps the main source and sub
source signals.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.6.2
Inserting the Batteries in the Remote Control
The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
To install or replace batteries:
1
Open the remote control battery compartment cover.
2
Align the batteries according to the (+) and (-) indications
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.
inside the battery compartment.
3
1.6.3
Replace the cover.
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.
1.6.4
Note:
♦
If you do not intend to use
the remote control for a long
period, remove the batteries.
♦
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.
Operating Range of the Remote Control
Point the top of the remote control toward the display’s remote
control sensor (front side) when pressing a button.
Use the remote control within the range which is shown in the
following table.
Operation Angle
RC operational distance
θ= 0º (for H & V)
≥ 15m (control from the front)
θ= 20º (for H & V)
≥ 10m (control from the front)
θ= 45º (for H only)
≥ 4m (control from the front)
θ
H
V
Mute
Auto
Aspect
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
0
Menu
Exit
Source
SET
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
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CHAPTER 2: MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.1 Connecting the Power
1
Connect the power cord to the power adapter.
2
Connect the power adapter to the DC IN connector at the rear of the LCD display.
3
Connect the other end of the power cord to a power outlet or a power supply.
DC IN
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HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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Caution:
♦
Make sure that the LCD display is not connected to the power outlet before making any connections.
Connecting cables while the power is ON may cause electric shock or personal injury.
♦
When unplugging the power cord, hold the power cord by the plug head. Never pull by the cord.
♦
Loose connections may cause noise. Do not plug and unplug the power cord repeatedly in a short period
of time.
♦
When disconnecting the DC power cord, be sure to first disconnect the plug from the outlet socket.
Note:
♦
The supplied power cord varies depending on the country where you purchased this LCD display. For all
cases, use a power cord that matches the AC voltage of the power outlet and has been approved by and
complies with the safety standard of your country.
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.2 Connecting a Computer
2.2.1
Using VGA Input
1
Connect one end of a VGA cable to the VGA connector of the LCD display and the other end of a VGA
cable to the VGA OUT (D-Sub) connector of the computer.
2
For audio input, connect one end of an audio cable to the AUDIO IN connector of the LCD display and
the other end of an audio cable to the AUDIO OUT connector of the computer.
3
Press the Source button on the remote control and choose VGA as an input source.
4
Press the Menu button to display the OSD menu and choose SYSTEM 1 > AUDIO IN to set the audio
input source to LINE IN.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
2.2.2
VGA OUT
D-Sub 15 pin
Using HDMI Input
1
Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI connector of the LCD display and the other end of an
HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT connector of the computer.
2
Press the Source button on the remote control and choose HDMI as an input source.
Note:
♦
When working with 3840x2160 30&60Hz timing, a HDMI 2.0 certified cable is required in order to display properly.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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HDMI OUT
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.2.3
Using DVI Input
1
Connect one end of a DVI cable to the DVI connector of the LCD display and the other end of a DVI
cable to the DVI OUT connector of the computer.
2
For audio input, connect one end of an audio cable to the AUDIO IN connector of the LCD display and
the other end of an audio cable to the AUDIO OUT connector of the computer.
3
Press the Source button on the remote control and choose DVI as an input source. Once selected, the
audio input setting will automatically switch to the correct audio source for the video connection.
Note:
♦
When working with 3840x2160 30Hz, a DVI-Dual (DVI-D) cable is required.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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DVI
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
DVI OUT
2.2.4
Using DisplayPort (DP) Input
1
Press the Menu button on the remote control to display the OSD menu and select ADJUST SCREEN to
set the DP VERSION. Refer to “DP VERSION” on page 35 for more information.
2
Connect one end of a DisplayPort cable to the DisplayPort connector of the LCD display and the other
end of a DisplayPort cable to the DisplayPort OUT connector of the computer.
3
Press the Source button on the remote control and choose DP as an input source.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.3 Connecting External Equipment (DVD / DVD-B)
1
Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI connector of the LCD display and the other end of an
HDMI cable to the HDMI OUT connector of the video player (DVD / DVD-B).
2
Press the Source button on the remote control and choose HDMI as an input source.
3
Press the Menu button to display the OSD menu and choose SYSTEM 1 > AUDIO IN to set the audio
input source to HDMI.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
AUDIO
F/W
IN
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HDMI OUT
2.4 Connecting a USB Storage Device (for firmware upgrade)
Connect a USB storage device to the USB port of the LCD display.
DC IN
DVI
HDMI
DP
VGA
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2.5 Connecting to Wired Network
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To setup the network:
1
Switch on the router and switch on its DHCP setting.
2
Connect the router to the LCD display with an Ethernet cable.
3
Press the Menu button to display the OSD menu and choose SYSTEM 2 > NET MODE to DHCP.
Refer to 52.
Note:
♦
Connecting with a shielded CAT-5 Ethernet cable to comply with the EMC directive.
♦
To manually configure the network parameters, set the NET MODE to STATIC IP.
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CHAPTER 3: USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.1 Turning on the Power
POWER button
Mute
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
Note:
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
♦
0
Menu
The LCD display still consumes
power as long as the power
cord is connected to the power
outlet. Disconnect the power
cord to completely cut off
power.
Source
Exit
SET
1
Plug the power cord to a power outlet or power supply.
2
Set the Main Power switch to ON.
PIP/PBP
3
button on the control panel or the
Press Input
the
ON/OFF
button on the
remote
control to turn the LCD display on.
Swap
Change
When the LCD display is turned on, press the
control panel or the
button on the
button on the remote control to turn off
the LCD display.
Note:
♦
3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal
After pressing the Source
button, a menu with available
input sources will be displayed
on the screen.
VGA
Mute
DP
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
HDMI
DVI
0
Menu
♦
SOURCE button
Source
Exit
1
Press the Source button.
2
Press the
SET
/
button to choose an input source, then
press the SET button.
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
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If the selected input source
signal is not connected to the
LCD display or is turned off, the
no signal message is displayed
on the screen.
NO SIGNAL
Mute
USING THE LCD DISPLAY
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
3.3 Adjusting
7
8
9 the Volume
PQRS
WXYZ
TUV
0
Menu
Source
Exit
Note:
♦
SET
VOLUME buttons
After pressing the or
button, the volume menu
is displayed on the screen
automatically.
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
VOLUME
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♦
Press the
or
Press the Mute button to mute
the audio.
button on the control panel or the remote
control to adjust the volume.
3.4 Changing the Picture Format
Note:
The available picture formats
include:
Mute
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
Source
Exit
SET
Press the
button on the control panel or the Aspect button on
the remote control to toggle between the picture formats.
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
WIDE SCREEN: Shows
wide screen format content
unstretched.
♦
AUTO: Enlarges the picture to
fill the screen. Recommended
for minimal screen distortion.
♦
4:3: Displays the classic 4:3
format.
♦
5:4: Displays picture in 5:4
format.
♦
1:1: Displays picture in square
format.
ASPECT button
0
Menu
♦
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USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.5 Choosing Your Preferred Picture Settings
Note:
The available picture modes
include:
Mute
Aspect
Auto
P.Mode
STANDARD: Default settings
that suits most environments
and types of video.
♦
TEXT: Automatically optimizes
sharpness for reading text on
the screen.
♦
ECO: Settings that conserve
the most energy.
♦
CCTV: Settings adjusted for
monitoring CCTV.
♦
SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS:
Settings adjusted for graphics.
♦
SIGNAGE-VIDEO: Settings
adjusted for video.
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
P.Mode button
0
Menu
♦
Source
Exit
Press the P.Mode button to toggle between the picture modes.
SET
3.6 Using Auto Adjustment Function
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
Mute
Note:
Auto
Aspect
P.Mode
Display
1
2 ABC
3 DEF
4 GHI
5 JKL
6 MNO
7PQRS
8 TUV
9WXYZ
Auto button
0
Menu
Source
Exit
SET function automatically tunes the LCD display to its
Auto Adjustment
optimal setting, including horizontal position, vertical position, clock,
and phase.
on the control panel or the Auto button on the
Touch theON/OFF button
Input
remote control to perform auto adjustment.
PIP/PBP
Change
Swap
The message auto adjusting is displayed on the screen.
AUTO ADJUSTING
During auto adjustment, the screen will slightly shake for a few
seconds.
When the message disappears, auto adjustment is completed.
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♦
Auto Adjustment function is
available only during VGA input
signals.
♦
It is recommended to use the
auto adjustment function when
using the LCD display for the
first time or after a resolution
change.
USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.7 Using Multi-Window Mode
The Multi-Window feature allows viewing of more than one
input source signal on the LCD display.
3.7.1
Multi-Window Options
Mute
Info:
Aspect
Auto
For Control Panel:
1
P.Mode
Display
2 ABC
3 DEF
JKL
MNO
8 TUV
9WXYZ
button repeatedly to enable and scroll among the
Press the
4
5
6
Multi-Window options as shown below.
GHI
7PQRS
For Remote Control:
1
0
In PIP/PBP control section,
press the ON/OFF button to
Menu
♦
PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
MODE: The sub source signal
is displayed within the main
source signal.
♦
PBP (Picture-by-Picture):
The main source and the sub
source signals are displayed
side by side with equal display
sizes. The available options
include:
Source
Exit
enable the function.
2
Press the Change button
- PBP 2WIN: The main source
and the sub sources next to
each other.
SET
repeatedly to scroll among the
Multi-Window options as shown
below.
ON/OFF button
Change button
PIP/PBP
ON/OFF
Input
Change
Swap
- PBP 3WIN: The main source
and two sub sources.
- PBP 4WIN: The main source
and three sub sources.
PIP Off
♦
PIP MODE
PBP 4WIN
PBP 2WIN
PBP 3WIN
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PIP Off: PIP function is
disabled, only the main source
signal is displayed.
USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.7.2
PIP Swap
The main and the sub source signals set in PIP Mode can be easily
swapped using the remote control.
Note:
♦
Sub source
PIP Swap can only be executed
if MULTI-WINDOW MODE is
set to PIP MODE.
Main source
Press the Swap button to swap the main source and the sub source
signals as shown below.
Sub source
Main source
3.7.3
Setting the Sub-Source Signals
Press the Input button on the remote control to set the input source
signal for PIP Mode.
To set the input signal sources for PBP 2WIN, PBP 3WIN, and PBP
4WIN, use the OSD menu. After you have chosen the desired multiwindow mode, do the following to set the input source signals for sub
source(s):
1
Press the
button on the control panel or the MENU button
on the remote control to call out the OSD window.
2
Select MULTI WINDOW, then press the
button on the
control panel or the SET button on the remote control.
3
Press the
/
button on the control panel or the remote
control to choose the input source for the sub source(s)
among WINDOW 2 INPUT, WINDOW 3 INPUT, or
WINDOW 4 INPUT.
4
Press the
/
button on the control panel or the remote
control to set the input source for the sub source.
5
Press the
button on the control panel or the SET button
on the remote control to confirm the selection.
6
Repeat steps 3 and 5 if necessary until input source signals
are set for all sub sources.
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Note:
♦
The sub sources’ window input
options vary depending on the
chosen multi-window mode.
CHAPTER 4: ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
4.1 Using the OSD Menu
Operation
#
Menu Navigation
Control Panel
1
Display the main menu screen.
Press the
BRIGHTNESS
Remote Control
button. Press the MENU
button.
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OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
OFF
OVER DRIVER
OFF
/
2
ON
B L U E L I G H T F I LT E R
:UP/DOWN
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Enter the submenu.
BRIGHTNESS
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CONTRAST
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BLACK LEVEL
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SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS
PICTURE MODE
DCR
OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
ON
B L U E L I G H T F I LT E R
OFF
OVER DRIVER
OFF
/
:UP/DOWN
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
The highlighted item (orange) indicates the active submenu.
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1 Press the or
button to select
the main menu
item.
1 Press the or
button to select
the main menu
item.
2 Press the
button to enter
the submenu.
2 Press the SET
button to enter
the submenu.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
Operation
#
Menu Navigation
Adjust the settings.
The highlighted item indicates the active submenu.
3
For example:
Control Panel
Remote Control
1 Press the or
button to select
the submenu
item.
1 Press the or
button to select
the submenu
item.
2 Press the
button to enter
the adjustment
mode.
2 Press the SET
button to enter
the adjustment
mode.
3 Press the or
button to adjust
the setting.
3 Press the or
button to adjust
the settings.
BRIGHTNESS
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CONTRAST
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BLACK LEVEL
50
PICTURE MODE
SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS
DCR
OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
ON
B L U E L I G H T F I LT E R
OFF
OVER DRIVER
OFF
/
:UP/DOWN
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
4
Exit the submenu.
Press the button
to return to the
previous menu.
Press the EXIT
button to return to
the previous menu.
5
Close the OSD window.
Press the button
repeatedly if
necessary.
Press the EXIT
button repeatedly if
necessary.
When settings are modified, all changes are saved when the user does the following:
• Proceeds to another menu.
• Exits the OSD menu.
• Waits for the OSD menu to disappear.
Note:
♦
Availability of some menu items depend on the input source signal.
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
4.2 OSD Menu Tree
BRIGHTNESS
1
2
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CONTRAST
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BLACK LEVEL
3
50
PICTURE MODE
SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS
OFF
DCR
4
5
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
ON
B L U E L I G H T F I LT E R
OFF
OVER DRIVER
OFF
6
7
8
/
:UP/DOWN
/
Main Menu
:
/
Submenu
MENU:EXIT
Remarks
1. Brightness
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
BLACK LEVEL
PICTURE MODE
DCR
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
BLUE LIGHT FILTER
OVER DRIVER
Refer to page 34.
2. Adjust Screen
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
H. POSITION
V. POSITION
CLOCK
PHASE
ASPECT RATIO
OVERSCAN
DP VERSION
Refer to page 36.
3. Colour Setting
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
COLOUR TEMP.
GAMMA
SHARPNESS
HUE
SATURATION
SUPER RESOLUTION
NOISE REDUCTION
DYNAMIC LUMINOUS CONTRAST
Refer to page
3638.
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
Main Menu
Submenu
Remarks
4. OSD Setting
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
LANGUAGE
OSD H. POS.
OSD V. POS.
OSD TIMER
TRANSPARENCY
OSD SIZE
OSD ROTATION
Refer to page 40.
5. All Reset
•
•
•
•
AUTO ADJUSTING
AUTO COLOUR
USB FW UPGRADE
RESET
Refer to page 41.
6. Multi Window
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
MULTI-WINDOW MODE
WINDOW 2 INPUT
WINDOW 3 INPUT
WINDOW 4 INPUT
PIP SIZE
PIP POSITION
SWAP
Refer to page 42.
7. System 1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
SIGNAL SOURCE
SOURCE DETECT
MUTE
AUDIO IN
VOLUME
KEY LOCK
IR LOCK
POWER AT COLD START
POWER SAVING
ANTI-BURN-IN
INFORMATION
Refer to page 43.
8. System 2
•
•
•
•
•
MONITOR ID
DATE
TIME
SCHEDULING
NETWORK SETTING
Refer to page 46.
Note:
♦
Availability of some menu items depend on the input source signal.
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CHAPTER 5: ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.1 Brightness Menu
BRIGHTNESS
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select BRIGHTNESS, then press the
button on the control panel or the
SET button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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70
CONTRAST
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BLACK LEVEL
50
PICTURE MODE
SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS
DCR
OFF
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
OFF
OVER DRIVER
OFF
/
:UP/DOWN
Item
BRIGHTNESS
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
Press the / button on the
Adjusts the luminance of the screen
control panel or the remote
image.
control to adjust the value.
Range
0 to 100
Note:
♦ BRIGHTNESS option is available only if PICTURE MODE is set to STANDARD,
the AUTO BRIGHTNESS is set to OFF, and the DCR is set to OFF.
Original Setting
CONTRAST
ON
B L U E L I G H T F I LT E R
High Setting
Low Setting
Press the / button on the
Adjusts the difference between the
control panel or the remote
black level and the white level.
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
Note:
♦ CONTRAST option is available only if PICTURE MODE is set to STANDARD and
the DCR is set to OFF.
Original Setting
High Setting
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Low Setting
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
BLACK LEVEL
Function
Adjusts the black level of the
screen image. Low brightness
setting makes black colour darker.
Operation
Range
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
Note:
♦ BLACK LEVEL option is available only if PICTURE MODE is set to STANDARD,
TEXT, ECO, or SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS.
Chooses a predefined picture
setting.
PICTURE MODE can be set to:
• CCTV – Loads colour, black
level, sharpness, and contrast
ratio settings to improve CCTV
image quality from unfavourable
surveillance environments.
PICTURE MODE
• SIGNAGE-GRAPHICS – Loads
colour, sharpness, and contrast
ratio settings for viewing clear
and eye-catching graphics in
distance, designed for signage
applications.
STANDARD
TEXT
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
ECO
CCTV
SIGNAGEGRAPHICS
SIGNAGEVIDEO
• SIGNAGE-VIDEO – Loads
colour, sharpness, and contrast
ratio settings for viewing clear
and eye-catching video in
distance, designed for signage
applications.
DCR
Adjusts the clarity and focus of the
screen image.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
AUTO
BRIGHTNESS
(Light sensor)
Automatically adjusts the LCD
screen brightness according to the
ambient light.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
BLUE LIGHT
FILTER
Reduces the blue light intensity.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
WEAK
MEDIUM
STRONG
STRONGEST
OFF
OVER DRIVER
Enhances the monitor response
time.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
WEAK
MEDIUM
STRONG
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.2 Adjust Screen Menu
ADJUST SCREEN
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select ADJUST SCREEN, then press
the button on the control panel or
the SET button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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V. P O S I T I O N
50
CLOCK
50
PHASE
50
A S P E C T R AT I O
WIDE
OVERSCAN
OFF
DP VERSION
/
OP 1.2
:UP/DOWN
Item
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
Range
H. POSITION
Press the / button on the
For VGA input signal source, moves
control panel or the remote
the screen image to the left or right.
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
V. POSITION
Press the / button on the
For VGA input signal source, moves
control panel or the remote
the screen image up or down.
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
CLOCK
For VGA input signal source,
adjusts the frequency timing to
synchronize with the video signal.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
PHASE
For VGA input signal source,
adjusts the phase timing to
synchronize with the video signal.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
WIDE
ASPECT RATIO
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
Adjusts the aspect ratio of the
display.
AUTO
4:3
5:4
1:1
OVERSCAN
DP VERSION
Displays the picture in full screen
while retaining the original aspect
ratio. This results in a zoomed
image and some parts of the
picture may appear cut-off.
For DisplayPort (DP) input
signal source, sets the DP port
configuration.
Note:
♦ DP 1.1 supports 3840x2160 30Hz.
♦ DP 1.2 supports 3840x2160 60Hz.
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Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
ON
OFF
DP 1.1
DP 1.2
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.3 Colour Setting Menu
COLOUR SETTING
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select COLOUR SETTING, then
press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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USER
GAMMA
2.0
SHARPNESS
90
HUE
55
S AT U R AT I O N
55
SUPER RESOLUTION
0
NOISE REDUCTION
OFF
DYNAMIC LUMINOUS CONTROL
/
:UP/DOWN
ON
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
Operates the white balance and
automatically adjusts the colour
settings.
COLOUR TEMP. can be set to:
• WARM – Applies a reddish tint for
warmer colours.
• COOL – Applies a bluish tint for
cooler colours.
• NEUTRAL – Commonly used for
normal lighting conditions.
COLOUR TEMP.
• USER – Allows the user to set the
colour temperature by adjusting
the red, green, or blue setting
Press the / button on the
according to one’s preference.
control panel or the remote
a) Select USER and press the
control to select the setting.
button on the control panel or
the SET button on the remote
control.
button on the
b) Press the /
control panel or the remote
control to select the colour
you want to adjust (RED,
GREEN, or BLUE).
c) Press the button on the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to enter its submenu.
d) Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
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WARM
COOL
NEUTRAL
USER
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
1.8
GAMMA
Adjusts the non-linear setting for
picture luminance and contrast.
2.0
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
2.2
2.4
2.6
SHARPNESS
Adjusts the clarity and focus of the
screen image.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
HUE
Adjusts the colour balance of red
and green.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
SATURATION
Adjusts the colour saturation.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
SUPER
RESOLUTION
Improves picture clearness.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
Adjusts the noise reduction to help
remove noise from images. This
helps produce clearer and crisper
images.
Noise Reduction Off
OFF
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
LOW
MEDIUM
HIGH
Noise Reduction On
NOISE
REDUCTION
DYNAMIC
LUMINOUS
CONTRAST
Activates DCR. This feature
provides automatic adjustment of
picture brightness and contrast at
high speed and dynamic contrast
range, such as when watching
movies. DCR is suitable for indoor
viewing.
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Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
OFF
ON
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.4 OSD Setting Menu
OSD SETTING
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select OSD SETTING, then press the
button on the control panel or the
SET button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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LANGUAGE
OSD H. POS.
0
O S D V. P O S .
50
OSD TIMER
60
T R A N S PA R E N C Y
0
OSD SIZE
NORMAL
O S D R O TAT I O N
/
:UP/DOWN
Item
OFF
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
Range
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
LANGUAGE
Chooses the OSD menu language.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
DEUTSCH
簡体中文
ESPAÑOL
繁體中文
OSD H. POS.
Press the / button on the
Moves the position of the OSD menu
control panel or the remote
horizontally.
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
OSD V. POS.
Press the / button on the
Moves the position of the OSD menu
control panel or the remote
vertically.
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
OSD TIMER
Changes the OSD menu timer
settings where the number selected
for this setting equals the number
Press the / button on the
of seconds the OSD menu is
control panel or the remote
displayed before it automatically
control to adjust the value.
closes (if 0 is selected the OSD
menu will not close automatically).
0 to 60
TRANSPARENCY
Adjusts the transparency level of
the OSD screen.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
OSD SIZE
Press the / button on the
Changes the size of the OSD menu
control panel or the remote
on the screen.
control to select the setting.
OSD ROTATION
Enables or disables the OSD menu
rotation.
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Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
NORMAL
SMALL
OFF
ON
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.5 All Reset Menu
ALL RESET
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select ALL RESET, then press the
button on the control panel or the SET
button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
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AUTO COLOUR
USB FW UPGRADE
RESET
/
:UP/DOWN
Item
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
Range
For VGA input signal source, this
function automatically tunes the LEDbacklit display to its optimal setting,
including horizontal position, vertical
position, clock, and phase.
AUTO ADJUSTING
When auto adjustment is initiated,
the below message is displayed on
the screen.
button on the
Press the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to execute the function.
N/A
For VGA input signal source,
operates the white balance and
automatically adjusts the colour
settings.
button on the
Press the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to execute the function.
N/A
Upgrades display’s firmware from a
connected USB storage device.
button on the
Press the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to execute the function.
N/A
AUTO ADJUSTING
When the message disappears,
this indicates the auto adjustment is
completed.
AUTO COLOUR
Note:
USB FW UPGRADE ♦ If the firmware upgrade status next to the USB FW UPGRADE line displays:
– “USB NOT CONNECTED”: Make sure the USB disk with the firmware upgrade
file is connected to the USB port on the LCD display. For connection
instructions, refer to page 23.
– “NO FILE FOUND”: Make sure the firmware upgrade file is saved to the root
directory on the USB device.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Press the
button on the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to execute the function.
Resets the display to its factory
default settings
RESET
Range
N/A
5.6 Multi Window Menu
M U LT I W I N D O W
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select MULTI WINDOW, then press
the button on the control panel or
the SET button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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OFF
WINDOW 2 INPUT
DVI
WINDOW 3 INPUT
HDMI
WINDOW 4 INPUT
OP
PIP SIZE
MEDIUM
PIP POSITION
TOP LEFT
S WA P
/
:UP/DOWN
Item
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
a) Press the / button
on the control panel
or the remote control
to select PIP MODE,
PBP 2WIN, PBP 3WIN,
or PBP 4WIN as a sub
source.
Chooses the multi-window mode.
MULTI - WINDOW
MODE
b) Press the button on
the control panel or
the SET button on the
remote control to confirm
the selection.
Range
OFF
PIP MODE
PBP 2WIN
PBP 3WIN
PBP 4WIN
Note:
♦ The information on currently selected multi-window mode is displayed for
reference below the menu options.
M U LT I W I N D O W
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PBP 2WIN
WINDOW 2 INPUT
DVI
WINDOW 3 INPUT
HDMI
WINDOW 4 INPUT
OP
PIP SIZE
MEDIUM
PIP POSITION
TOP LEFT
S WA P
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♦
♦
:UP/DOWN
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
The main source input signal can be modified in System 1 > SIGNAL SOURCE menu.
For setting input source signals for sub sources, refer to page 29.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
MEDIUM
Press the / button on the
Sets the size of the sub picture in the
control panel or the remote
PIP (Picture-in-Picture) mode.
control to select the setting.
PIP SIZE
LARGE
HUGE
SMALL
TOP LEFT
PIP POSITION
SWAP
TOP RIGHT
Adjusts the placement of the sub
picture in the PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
mode.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
BOTTOM LEFT
Swaps the main source and sub
source signals.
Press the
button on the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control.
N/A
BOTTOM
RIGHT
5.7 System 1 Menu
SYSTEM 1
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select SYSTEM 1, then press the
button on the control panel or the SET
button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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SIGNAL SOURCE
HDMI
SOURCE DETECT
ON
MUTE
OFF
AUDIO IN
AUTO
VOLUME
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KEY LOCK
OFF
IR LOCK
OFF
P O W E R AT C O L D S TA R T
L A S T S TAT U S
P O W E R S AV I N G
ON
ANTI-BURN-IN
I N F O R M AT I O N
/
:UP/DOWN
Item
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
Function
Operation
Range
VGA
SIGNAL SOURCE
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
Chooses the signal source.
DVI
HDMI
DP
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
Sets the display to automatically
detect the input source signal.
SOURCE DETECT can be set to:
• OFF – Allows user to manually
select the input source signal
by pressing the button on
the control panel or the Source
button on the remote control.
SOURCE DETECT
• ON – Detects automatically the
Press the / button on the
input source signal. The speed to control panel or the remote
detection varies depending on the control to select the setting.
number and type of connected
devices.
OFF
ON
If more than one device is
connected, the display scrolls
the input source signals
according to the following
sequence:
VGA
DVI
HDMI
DP
MUTE
Mutes the audio.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
AUDIO IN
Sets the audio in source.
Availability of some menu items
depend on the input source signal.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
LINE IN
Adjusts the volume level.
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
0 to 100
VOLUME
OFF
ON
AUTO
HDMI
Enables or disables modifications
to the OSD menu when using the
control panel.
KEY LOCK can be set to:
a) Press the / button to
select the setting.
• OFF – Enables operations.
KEY LOCK
• LOCK EXCEPT POWER –
Disables all operations other than
turning the display on or off ( ).
• LOCK ALL – Disables all
operations.
Note:
♦ For unlocking, refer to page 27.
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b) Press the button to
confirm the setting.
OFF
LOCK EXCEPT
POWER
LOCK ALL
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Enables or disables modifications
to the OSD menu when using the
remote control.
IR LOCK can be set to:
IR LOCK
• OFF – Operations are enabled.
a) Press the / button to
select the setting.
b) Press the SET button to
confirm the setting.
Range
OFF
ON
• ON – All operations are disabled.
Note:
♦ To set the IR LOCK function to OFF, press buttons 1 9 9 8 on the remote control.
Sets the power state at cold start.
POWER AT COLD START can be
set to:
POWER AT COLD
START
• LAST STATUS – Switches the
display automatically to the last
status either on or off whenever
the main power is switched on
or resumed after the power
interruption.
• FORCE ON – Switches the
display automatically to on mode
whenever the main power is
on or resumed after the power
interruption.
• POWER OFF – Switches the
display automatically to off mode
whenever the main power is
on or resumed after the power
interruption.
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Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the setting.
LAST STATUS
FORCE ON
POWER OFF
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
button on
a) Press the
the control panel or
the SET button on the
remote control to open
the ANTI-BURN-IN
submenu.
button
b) Press the /
on the control panel
or the remote control
to select the submenu
items.
ANTI-BURN-IN
Prevents image retention (burn-in).
button on
c) Press the
the control panel or
the SET button on the
remote control to enter
the adjustment mode.
ON
OFF
d) Do the following:
i) Set the ANTI-BURNIN function to ON.
ii) Choose the
INTERVAL (4, 5, 6, 8
HOURS).
INFORMATION
Provides information on the LCD
display, such as current input source, Press the
button on the
resolution, horizontal and vertical
control panel or the SET
frequency, firmware version, and
button on the remote control.
many more.
N/A
5.8 System 2 Menu
SYSTEM 2
1
Press the button on the control
panel or the MENU button on the
remote control to call out the OSD
window.
2
Select SYSTEM 2, then press the
button on the control panel or the SET
button on the remote control.
3
button on the control
Press the /
panel or the remote control to select
an option.
4
Press the button on the control
panel or the SET button on the remote
control to enter the adjustment mode.
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MONITOR ID
1
D AT E
02/03/17
TIME
08:00
SCHEDULING
NETWORK SETTING
/
:UP/DOWN
/
:
/
MENU:EXIT
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
MONITOR ID
Function
Sets the ID of the display.
Operation
Range
Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to adjust the value.
1 to 255
a) Press the / button on
the control panel or the
remote control to set the
month.
DATE
Sets the date in MM/DD/YY format.
b) After done, press the /
button on the control panel
or the remote control to
move to day parameter.
N/A
c) Repeat steps a and b until
the date is set.
a) Press the
the hours.
TIME
/
button to set
b) After done, press the /
button to move to minutes
parameter.
Sets the time in HH:MM format.
N/A
c) Press the / button on
the control panel or the
remote control to set the
minutes.
Programs different scheduled time
intervals for this display to activate.
You can set:
•
•
•
SCHEDULING
•
•
•
a) Press the button on the
control panel or the SET
SCHEDULE 1 / 2 / 3 – Programs
button on the remote control
up to three different schedules.
to open the SCHEDULING
STATUS – Sets the schedule to
submenu.
ON or OFF.
button
b) Press the /
SOURCE – Chooses which input
on the control panel or the
source the display will use for
remote control to select the
each scheduled activation period
submenu items.
among VGA, DVI, HDMI, and DP.
c) Press the button on the
control panel or the SET
ON TIME – Sets the time when
button on the remote control
the display will automatically turn
to enter the adjustment
on.
mode.
OFF TIME – Sets the time when
the display will automatically turn d) Press the / button to
select the setting or adjust
off.
the value.
REPEAT – Chooses the days
in a week when the schedule is
activated.
N/A
Note:
♦ We recommend you to set up the current date and time prior using this function.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range
Configures network settings.
• NET MODE – Sets the network
mode to DHCP or STATIC IP
depending on the network type.
DHCP: Obtains connection
parameters automatically from
the network.
STATIC IP: Network parameters,
such as IP ADDRESS, SUBNET
MASK, GATEWAY, PRIMARY
DNS, and SECONDARY DNS
need to be entered manually.
NETWORK
SETTING
To modify IP addres, subnet
mask, gateway, primary DNS,
and secondary DNS:
a) Press the button on the
control panel or the SET
button on the remote control
to open the NETWORK
SETTING submenu.
i) Press the /
button on the
control panel or the remote
control to select the submenu
item.
button
b) Press the /
on the control panel or the
remote control to select the
submenu items.
c) Press the button on the
ii) Press the button on the
control panel or the SET
control panel or the SET button
button on the remote control
on the remote control to enter
to enter the adjustment
the adjustment mode.
mode.
iii) Press the necessary number
d) Press the / button on
button on the remote control
the control panel or the
directly or press the /
remote control to select the
button on the control panel or
setting or adjust the value.
the remote control to enter the
number.
iv) Press the / button on the
control panel or the remote
control to move to the next
number that needs to be set.
• WAKE ON LAN – Enables or
disables turning on the dipslay
over network.
• MONITOR NAME – Sets a
monitor name.
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N/A
CHAPTER 6: APPENDIX
6.1 Warning Messages
Warning Messages
Cause
The LCD display cannot detect the
input source signal.
Solution
• Check if the input source is
turned ON.
• Check if the signal cable is
properly connected.
NO SIGNAL
• Check if any pin inside the
cable connector is twisted or
broken.
KEY LOCKED
The operation using the control
panel buttons has been locked by
the user.
• Disable the KEY LOCK
function.
IR LOCKED
The operation using the remote
control buttons has been locked by
the user.
• Disable the IR LOCK function.
Refer to page 45.
OUT OF RANGE
The resolution or the refresh rate of
the graphics card of the computer
is set too high.
• Change the resolution or the
refresh rate of the graphics card.
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6.2 Supported Resolution
Supported Resolution:
Standard Resolution
Active Resolution
Refresh Rate
H Pixels
V Lines
VGA
640
480
60 Hz
WVGA
720
400
70 Hz
SVGA
800
600
XGA
1024
768
60 Hz
WXGA
1280
800
60 Hz
SXGA
1280
960
60 Hz
56 Hz
60 Hz
SXGA
1280
1024
60 Hz
WXGA
1440
900
60 Hz
WSXGA
1680
1050
60 Hz
HD 1080
1920
1080
60 Hz
3840
2160
30 Hz
3840
2160
60 Hz
UHD (HDMI/DP)
SDTV Resolution:
Standard Resolution
480p
480p
480i
576p
576i
Active Resolution
Refresh Rate
H Pixels
V Lines
640
480
60 Hz
720
480
60 Hz
720
576
50 Hz
HDTV Resolution:
Standard Resolution
Active Resolution
H Pixels
V Lines
720p
1280
720
1080p
1920
1080
1080i
1920
1080
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Refresh Rate
50 Hz
60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
50 Hz
60 Hz
APPENDIX
General guidelines:
• The PC text quality is optimum in 4K mode (3840x2160 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.
• 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.
6.3 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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6.4 Troubleshooting
Symptom
No picture is displayed
Possible Cause
• The main power switch on
the back of the display is not
switched on.
• The selected input has no
connection.
• The display is in standby mode.
Remedy
1
Plug in the power cord.
2
Make sure the power switch is
switched on.
3
Connect a signal connection to
the display.
Interference displayed on the
Caused by surrounding electrical
display or audible noise is heard appliances or fluorescent lights.
Move the display to another location
to see is the interference is reduced.
Colour is abnormal
Make sure that the signal cable is
attached firmly to the back of the
display.
Picture is distorted with
abnormal patterns
The signal cable is not connected
properly.
• The signal cable is not connected • Make sure that the signal cable is
properly.
attached firmly.
• The input signal is beyond the
capabilities of the display.
• 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.
Display image doesn’t fill up the The picture format is not set
full size of the screen
correctly.
Press the
button on the control
panel or the Aspect button on
the remote control and select the
suitable picture format.
Can hear sound, but no picture
Make sure that both video inputs
and sound inputs are correctly
connected.
Can see picture but no sound is
heard
Improperly connected source signal
cable.
• Improperly connected source
signal cable.
• Volume is turned all the way
down.
• MUTE function is turned on.
• No external speaker connected.
Some picture elements do not
light up
Some pixels of the display may not
turn on.
After-Images can still be seen
A still picture is displayed for an over
on the display after the display extended period of time.
is powered off. (Examples of
still pictures include logos, video
games, computer images, and
images displayed in 4:3 normal
mode)
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• Make sure that both video
and sound inputs are correctly
connected.
• Press the or button on the
control panel or the remote
control to hear the sound.
• Switch the MUTE function off by
using the Mute button.
• Connect the external speakers
and adjust the volume to a
suitable level.
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.
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.
APPENDIX
6.5 Transporting the LCD Display
6.5.1
QX-24/QX-28
To transport the LCD display for repair or shipment, place the display in its original packaging carton.
1
Put all the accessories in the accessory box (if necessary).
2
Place the LCD display inside the foam cushion packaging.
3
Place the LCD display down in the box.
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CHAPTER 7: SPECIFICATIONS
7.1 Display Specifications
QX-24
Panel
Frequency (H/V)
Input
External Control
Panel Type
LED-Backlit TFT LCD (IPS Technology)
QX-28
LED-Backlit TFT LCD (TN Technology)
Panel Size
23.8”
27.9”
Max. Resolution
UHD 3840 x 2160
UHD 3840 x 2160
Pixel Pitch
0.137 mm
0.160 mm
Brightness
300 cd/m2
300 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio
20,000,000:1 (DCR)
20,000,000:1 (DCR)
Viewing Angle (H/V)
178°/178°
170°/160°
Display Colour
1.07B
1.07B
Response Time
5 ms
3 ms
Surface Treatment
Anti-Glare Treatment (Haze 25%),
3H Hard Coating
Anti-Glare Treatment (Haze 25%),
3H Hard Coating
H Freq.
31 kHz-92 kHz
31 kHz-92 kHz
V Freq.
48 Hz-85 Hz
48 Hz-85 Hz
DisplayPort
1.2 x 1
1.2 x 1
HDMI
2.0 x 1
2.0 x 1
DVI
24-Pin DVI-D
24-Pin DVI-D
VGA
15-Pin D-Sub x 1
15-Pin D-Sub x 1
RS232 In
9-Pin D-Sub
9-Pin D-Sub
LAN
RJ45 x 1
RJ45 x 1
Other Connectivity
USB
2.0 x 1 (Service Port)
2.0 x 1 (Service Port)
Audio
Audio In
Stereo Audio Jack (3.5 mm) x 1
Stereo Audio Jack (3.5 mm) x 1
Internal Speakers
3W x 2
3W x 2
Power
Glass
Power Supply
External
External
Power Requirements
DC 12V, 4.3A
DC 12V, 3.4A
On Mode
31W (On)
24W (On)
Stand-by Mode
< 0.5W
< 0.5W
Off Mode
< 0.5W
< 0.5W
Thickness
3.0 mm (0.12”)
3.0 mm (0.12”)
Reflection Rate
< 1%
< 1%
Transmission Rate
> 97%
> 97%
Hardness
Operating Conditions Temperature
> 9H
> 9H
0°C-40°C (32°F-104°F)
0°C-40°C (32°F-104°F)
Humidity
10%-90% (non-condensing)
10%-90% (non-condensing)
Storage Conditions
Temperature
-20°C-60°C (-4°F-140°F)
-20°C-60°C (-4°F-140°F)
Humidity
5%-95% (non-condensing)
5%-95% (non-condensing)
Mounting
VESA FPMPMI
Yes (100 x 100 mm & 100 x 200 mm)
Yes (100 x 100 mm & 100 x 200 mm)
Stand
Security
Tilt
0° to 27°
0° to 22°
Pivot
0° to 90°
0° to 90°
± 45°
Swivel
± 45°
Height Adjustment
100 mm
100 mm
Kensington Security Slot
Yes
Yes
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SPECIFICATIONS
QX-24
Dimensions
Weight
QX-28
Product with Base
(W x H x D)
572.6 x 514.0 x 270.0 mm
(22.5” x 20.2” x 10.6”)
681.0 x 565.5 x 270.0 mm
(26.8” x 22.3” x 10.6”)
Product w/o Base
(W x H x D)
572.6 x 350.0 x 56.0 mm
(22.5” x 13.8” x 2.2”)
681.0 x 405.0 x 59.8 mm
(26.8” x 15.9” x 2.4”)
Packaging
(W x H x D)
720.0 x 481.0 x 250.0 mm
(28.4” x 18.9” x 9.8”)
778.0 x 538.0 x 250.0 mm
(30.6” x 21.2” x 9.8”)
Product with Base
10.1 kg (22.3 lb)
13.3 kg (29.3 lb)
Product w/o Base
7.3 kg (16.1 lb)
10.4 kg (22.9 lb)
Packaging
13.1 kg (28.9 lb)
16.5 kg (36.4 lb)
Note:
♦
All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
7.2 Display Dimensions
QX-24 Dimensions
Sw
22
±5°
5°
5°±
el:4
Po
45°
Swiv
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572.6 (outline dimension)
528.6 (opening dimension)
186.3
0°~25
°±2°
200
100
24
186.3
M4x10L
121
100
190
99
129
30
22
64~164
350 (outline dimension)
61
22
ivel:
vit
:0~
90
°
300
298 (opening dimension)
7.2.1
270
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136.3
300
136.3
SPECIFICATIONS
7.2.2
QX-28 Dimensions
300
Sw
ivel:
45°
±5°
45°
ivel:
Sw
P ov
it:0
~90
°
±5°
240.5
30
621 (opening dimension)
200
240.5
100
59.8 0~20°±2°
M4x10L
28
152.5
100
190
122.5
30
35.8~135.9
152.5
30
Ma x160.5
345 (opening dimension)
405 (outline dimension)
92.5
30
681 (outline dimension)
270
190.5
300
190.5
AG Neovo
Company Address: 5F-1, No. 3-1, Park Street, Nangang District, Taipei, 11503, Taiwan.
Copyright © 2019 AG Neovo. All rights reserved.
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