hp pavilion v70s display user`s guide

hp pavilion v70s display user`s guide
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hp pavilion v 70s
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Hewlett-Packard Company
Home Products Division
P.O. Box 4010
Cupertino, CA 95015-4010
Printed in the Taiwan
© Copyright Hewlett-Packard Company, 2000. All rights reserved.
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America and other countries.
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Contents
Introduction ....................................
.................................... 1
Connections................................
Connections...................................
................................... 15
Precautions ....................................
.................................... 2
Pin Assignments and Signal Levels .... 17
Features................................
Features .........................................
......................................... 4
Timing Charts ................................ 18
Specifications .................................
................................. 5
Troubleshooting .............................. 21
Installing the Base Pedestal ............... 7
Automatic Power Saving .................. 22
Control Locations and Functions ........ 8
Declaration of Conformity ................ 25
Controls and Adjustments ................. 9
Contents
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a HewlettPackard Multi-Frequency monitor. One of the
most versatile monitors available today, the v70s
automatically adjusts its vertical and horizontal
scanning frequencies to those of your computer’s
graphics adapter. The v70s provides crisp text
and vivid color graphic displays when used with
Multi-Frequency and compatible graphics adapters
(see specifications).
Introduction
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Precautions
To prevent electric shock do not remove
screws or back cover.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside
the monitor. Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
Always connect the display to a grounded,
three-prong power outlet. Use only the
factory-supplied power cord.
Do not put the monitor or other heavy objects
on the power supply cord. A damaged
power cord may cause fire or electric shock.
DO NOT REMOVE THE TILT/SWIVEL BASE!
The input power source:
The monitor is designed to be Full Range
from AC 100V to AC 240V.
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Warning:
This appliance should be grounded.
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Do not insert objects into the monitor.
They may cause fire or failure.
Do not allow liquids to fall into the cabinet.
1 To reduce eye fatigue, avoid using the display
in direct sunlight or other bright lights.
2 Do not operate the monitor beyond the
specified temperature and humidity range
(see specifications).
3 For proper operation, keep the monitor
off the power switch and then unplug the
monitor.
6 When an irregular supply is applied, a
protection circuit will turn off the monitor (the
power indicator will also be turned off). If this
happens, turn off the power switch and wait at
least 30 seconds before turning it on again.
adequately ventilated.
4 Keep the monitor away from transformers,
motors, fans or strong magnetic fields.
5 If the monitor does not operate properly, turn
Precautions
3
Features
1 Automatically scans horizontal frequencies
ranged from 30kHz to 70kHz and vertical
frequencies ranged from 50Hz to 120Hz.
2 Meets DPMS and NUTEK power-saving
SELF-TEST PATTERN
CABLE NOT CONNECTED
standards.
3 All functions can be controlled by On-Screen
Display.
4 Plug-and-play compatibility.
5 Full-scan display – 15.9-inch diagonal
viewable image size.
6 Rotation (tilt control).
7 Self-test – When you disconnect the signal cable
from the PC, the display will produce as below:
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8 Color temperature selection –9 3 0 0K / 7000K
/ 6500K and user adjustable.
Specifications
Power Source
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
(Full Range)
Power
Consumption
1 Normal: 100W Max.
2 Stand-by Mode: <10W
3 Suspend Mode: <10W
4 Off Mode: <5W
Picture Tube
Maximum
Resolution
90deflection,
0.27mm dot pitch
15.9" Diagonal (viewable)
low radiation, glare,light
transmission 53%
1280 x 1024 at 60Hz
refresh rate
Input Signals
Video
Analog 0.7 Vp-p /
75 ohm positive
Separate Sync
positive / negative
Synchronization
Horizontal
30KHz to 70KHz
Vertical
50Hz to 120Hz
Active Display
Area
Horizontal
306mm typical
Vertical
230mm typical
Safety Standard
UL / CSA
EMI Standard
FCC Class B
Specifications
5
Environmental
Conditions
Tilt and Swivel Operation:
Operating
Temperature
5°C~ 40°C
Operating
Humidity
10% ~ 80%
(non-condensing)
Storage
-20°~ +60°
Temperature
Storage
Humidity
5% ~ 95%
High Voltage
25KV
Dimensions
(W x H x D)
410mm x 422mm x 426 mm
Weight (Net)
15.1 kg
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The swivel range is normally limited to 45
degrees to the right and the left of the front
position (marked by a small molded pip on the
top front of the base).
The tilt range is normally limited at an angle of -5
degrees forwards and +15 degrees backwards.
This allows you to set the screen angle to the
viewing position most comfortable to you.
Installing the Base
Pedestal
1
Turn the monitor upside down on a sturdy
surface. (Don’t place it screen-side down;
the glass can be scratched.)
2
Position the base pedestal with the latch
facing the back of the monitor.
3
Insert the seven tabs on the base pedestal
into the seven slots found on the bottom of
the monitor.
4
Push the base pedestal toward the front of
the monitor until it snaps into position.
Installalling the Base Pedestal
7
Control Locations and Functions
Note: Locations of display controls are shown below.
Operation of controls is explained in the following
pages.
REAR
FRONT
Power Supply Connector
Manual Degauss
Select
Down/Brightness
Up/Contrast
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Power Switch
Power Indicator
Signal Cable
Controls and Adjustments
1. Power Indicator
A. This indicator will light when the power is
on and the power cord is properly
connected.
B. The state of the LED is dependent on the
power state of the monitor. When the LED
is green, the monitor is in the normal
state. When it is amber, it indicates a
power - saving state.
2. Power Switch
Press to power on the monitor; press again to
power off.
We recommend powering your system on first,
then the monitor.
3. Direct access adjustments
These adjustments can be called to the screen
only when the menu display is not present.
a. Press the
button, a “contrast” horizontal
bar graph will appear, press either or
button to adjust upward or downward on
contrast.
CONTRAST
20 SEC
100%
ADJUST:
/
OK :
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b. Press the button, a “brightness”
horizontal bar graph will appear, press
either
or
button to adjust upward
or downward on brightness.
BRIGHTNESS
20 SEC
1024
1024 768
SIZE & POSITION
SHAPE
COLOR
MISCELLANEOUS
EXIT MENU
50%
ADJUST:
/
20SEC
50%
OK:
4. OSD MENU
Press “select” button to reveal the OSD main
menu, all adjustments and settings are covered
in the following main menu display:
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9300K
HORIZONTAL CENTERING
MOVE:
10
68.7KHZ 85HZ
/
SELECT:
The adjustment items written in the upper section
of the menu display and the lower section icon
contain a property which belongs to the arrowed
adjustment item.
You can select the adjustment items or its
property which you may adjust or perform
settings by simply pressing either
or
button
to move the yellow graph to the desired item.
Push the
button once again, the OSD menu
will then enter the adjustment function. The
slide bar locating at the lower section becomes
red in color, pressing either
or
button to
adjust the settings that you desired.
After the adjustment is completed, push the
button once more to return to the normal OSD
menu.
EXIT MENU
Menu display will be closed automatically in
20 seconds.
Or select EXIT MENU and push the.
button.
Controls and Adjustments
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ICON
NAME
FUNCTION
Brightness
To adjust the luminance level in
the image
Contrast
To adjust the difference in
luminance between light and
dark areas of the image
To adjust the display tilt
Orthogonality
To adjust the display squareness
Trapezoid
To adjust the straightness of the
vertical edges of the display in
conjunction with the pincushion
control
To adjust the vertical position of
the display
Pincushion
To adjust the straightness of the
vertical edges of the display
To adjust the height of the
display
Pin balance
To adjust the straightness of the
vertical edges of the display in
conjunction with pincushion and
trapezoid
Width
To adjust the width of the
display
OSD move
To enable the OSD menu to be
positioned horizontally
To enable the OSD menu to be
positioned vertically
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SHAPE
Tilt
To adjust the horizontal position
of the display
OSD move
FUNCTION
To enlarge or shrink the picture,
the default setting is 50% of the
slide bar
Horizontal
centering
Height
NAME
Zoom
SIZE & POSITION
Vertical centering
ICON
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ICON
NAME
FUNCTION
R
B
S
FUNCTION
Default color
To restore the color tint of the
background to 9300k
Color presets
To select the desired 3 fixed
(9300k, 7000k, 6500k )
background tint and an
adjustable custom setting by
pushing the ↵ select button
Red value
Green value
Blue value
Save current
color
To adjust the red magnitude when
color preset selects “custom”
definable setting
To adjust the green magnitude
when color preset selects
“custom” definable setting
To adjust the blue magnitude
when color preset selects
“custom” definable setting
To store the current custom
settings of the color tin
About monitor
Shows the properties of the
currently used display mode
Demagnetize
To manually degauss the display
Monitor defaults
Recalls the original factory display
presettings
Language/Sprache Menu language selection, totally 5
languages
/Langue
<<<
G
NAME
MISCELLANEOUS
COLOR
R
ICON
VERT. MOIRE
To reduce the vertical wavy
colored lines or patterns in the
background of your image
>>>
HOR. MOIRE
To reduce the horizontal wavy
colored lines or patterns in the
background of your image
EXIT MENU
To remove the display of OSD
menu
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5. MENU LANGUAGE
To select the Menu Language in the
Miscellaneous Menu, the Language menu will
be displayed.
MENU
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
ITALIANO
FRANÇAIS
ESPAÑOL
CANCEL
MOVE:
14
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SELECT:
Pressing either
or key to select the desred
language, then push the
“select” key, thus the OSD menu appears
with the chosen language.
Connections
Your monitor has two connecting cables: a Power
Supply Cord, which connects to a wall outlet,
surge protector or other power source, and a
Signal Cable, which connects to the graphics
adapter of your computer. To ensure safety and
correct operation, always follow these four steps
when connecting the monitor:
(If you have an HP Pavilion computer, this port is
marked in orange. For other computers, check
your computer manual for the video port
location.)
Note: Don’t force the cable into the connector; line it up
carefully so you don’t bend the pins.
1 Make sure the monitor and computer are
turned off. (See previous section on safety.)
2 Connect the power cord to the back of the
display.
3 Plug the other end of the cable into a
grounded outlet.
4 Connect the video cable on the monitor to the
15-pin video graphics connector on the rear
panel of the computer, and fasten the screws.
Connections
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Connecting the Speakers
Tilt speakers toward
front and push down
The display is designed for use with speakers
supplied with HP Pavilion computers.
To connect the speakers:
1 Identify the left and right speakers. You can
tell which side a speaker fits onto by its
mounting pegs. The side of the speaker with
mounting pegs fits against the side of the
display.
2 Fit the pegs of the right speaker into the
corresponding holes on the right side of the
display.
3 With the pegs in the corresponding holes, tilt
the speaker toward the front of the monitor
and push down until the speaker is secure.
4 Repeat procedure for left speaker and push
down until speaker is secured.
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Refer to your computer setup poster for
instructions to connect your speaker to the PC.
Pin Assignments and Signal Levels
15-Pin D-SUB male video connector
SIGNAL LEVEL
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1
Note: The signal level at pin 1,2,3 is 0.7 Vp-p.
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The signal level at pin 13,14 is 5 Vp-p.
PIN NO. SIGNAL
PIN NO. SIGNAL
1
RED
9
NC
2
GREEN
10
DIGITAL GROUND
3
BLUE
11
MONITOR SENSEI
4
DIGITAL GROUND 12
SDA (DDC1/2B)
5
RETURN (DDC2B) 13
H. SYNC.
6
GROUND
14
V. SYNC.
7
GROUND
15
SCL (DDC2B)
8
GROUND
Pin Assignments and Signal Levels
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Timing Charts
SEPARATE SYNC.
HORIZONTAL
Hor. Video
C
Video
D
E
Hor. Sync.
B
A
VERTICAL
Vert. Video
Q
Video
R
Vert. Sync.
P
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S
FACTORY MODES
Mode No.
1
2
3
4
5
Resolution
720 x 400
640 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
640 x 480
31.468
31.468
37.500
37.879
43.269
KHz
31.780
31.778
26.667
26.4
23.111
usec
(B) Horizontal Pulse Width
3.814
3.813
2.032
3.2
1.556
usec
(C) Horizontal Back Porch
1.907
1.907
3.810
2.2
2.222
usec
(D) Horizontal Active Area
25.423
25.422
20.318
20.2
17.778
usec
(E) Horizontal Front Porch
0.636
0.636
0.18
1.0
1.556
usec
–
–
–
+
–
70.000
59.940
75.000
60.31
85.0
Hz
14.269
16.683
13.333
16.579
11.764
msec
(P) Vertical Pulse Width
0.064
0.064
0.08
0.1056
0.069
msec
(Q) Vertical Back Porch
1.08
1.049
0.427
0.607
0.578
msec
(R) Vertical Active Area
12.712
15.253
12.800
15.84
11.093
msec
(S) Vertical Front Porch
0.413
0.318
0.027
0.0264
0.023
msec
+
–
–
+
–
No
No
No
No
No
Horizontal Frequency
(A) Horizontal
(F) H. Sync. Polarity
Vertical Frequency
(O) Vertical Period
(T) V. Sync. Polarity
(U) Interlaced
Timing Charts
Unit
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FACTORY MODES
Mode No.
Resolution
6
7
8
9
10
Unit
800 x 600 1024 x 768 800 x 600 1024 x 768 1024 x 768
46.875
48.363
53.674
56.476
68.677
KHz
(A) Horizontal
21.333
20.677
18.631
17.707
14.561
usec
(B) Horizontal Pulse Width
1.616
2.092
1.138
1.813
1.013
usec
Horizontal Frequency
(C) Horizontal Back Porch
3.232
2.462
2.702
1.92
2.2
usec
(D) Horizontal Active Area
16.162
15.754
14.222
13.653
10.836
usec
(E) Horizontal Front Porch
0.323
0.369
0.702
0.521
0.471
usec
+
–
–
–
+
(F) H. Sync. Polarity
75.000
60.00
85.061
70.069
85
Hz
(O) Vertical Period
13.333
16.666
11.756
14.272
11.764
msec
(P) Vertical Pulse Width
0.064
0.124
0.056
0.106
0.044
msec
(Q) Vertical Back Porch
0.448
0.600
0.503
0.513
0.524
msec
(R) Vertical Active Area
12.800
15.88
11.179
13.599
11.182
msec
(S) Vertical Front Porch
0.021
0.062
0.019
0.054
0.014
msec
+
–
+
–
+
No
No
No
No
No
Vertical Frequency
(T) V. Sync. Polarity
(U) Interlaced
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Troubleshooting
Before you call an authorized service center, please
check if the following items are properly connected.
If a nonstandard personal computer or graphics
adapter is being used, make sure the pin assignments
of the signal input connector and the signal timing
meet the specifications detailed previously.
PROBLEM
CHECKS
LOCATION
No picture or
AC cord plugged in
Rear
POWER indicator off.
POWER switch on
Signal cable connected
Front
Rear
No picture, POWER indicator off,
Turn off POWER switch, wait at
Front
AC cord plugged in, POWER switch on.
Least 30 seconds, turn it back on.
Image is not centered.
V-CENTERING Control
H-PHASE Control
Front
Front
No picture, POWER indicator on.
CONTRAST Control
Front
BRIGHTNESS Control
Front
Troubleshooting
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Automatic Power Saving
Introduction
“Green Concept” has prevailed throughout the
information market of the world for some years.
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) stipulates
that all information products sold to the UNITED
STATES should meet the requirement of
environmental protection. Thus, we promote a
series of monitors with power-saving features
which meet the “EPA” energy star requirement.
Below are the criteria:
Features
When the monitor is connected to an
unpowered PC or when both horizontal and
vertical syncs are not present, the monitor will
enter the “off” state and the power LED will be
amber.
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When either horizontal or vertical sync is
absent, the monitor will automatically enter the
“Suspend” or “Stand-by” state and the power
LED color will be yellow.
When the PC recovers from the sleep state by
either operation of the keyboard or mouse, the
monitor will power up normally and the power
LED will be green.
Power Consumption
The monitor power is reduced to less than 5
Watts in the power save “OFF” state and meets
the U.S.A “EPA” energy star requirement and
VESA “DPMS” requirement.
Federal Communications Commission Notice
X-Ray Radiation Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
When operating, this product emits X-rays; however, it is
well shielded and meets the safety and health requirements
of various countries, such as the Radiation Act of Germany
and the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of the
United States.
Radiation emitted by this product is less than 0.1mR/hr (1µ
Sv/hr) at a distance of 10 centimeters from the surface of
the cathode-ray tube. The x-ray radiation primarily
depends on the characteristics of the cathode-ray tube and
its associated low-voltage and high-voltage circuitry.
Internal controls have been adjusted to ensure safe
operation. Only qualified personnel should perform any
internal adjustments, as specified in the service manual for
this product.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Replace the cathode-ray tube with an identical CRT only.
Increase the separation between the equipment and the
receiver.
Cables
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television
technician for help.
Connections to this device must be made with shielded
cables with metallic REI/EMI connector hoods to maintain
compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations.
Canadian Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference - Causing Equipment Regulations.
Automatic Power Saving
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Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les
exigences du Réglement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
EPA Energy Star
Monitors that are marked with the Energy Star logo meet the
requirements of the EPA Energy Star program. Specific details
on using the Energy Star features can be found in the energy
saver or power management section of the manual that comes
with the computer the monitor is connected to.
Product names mentioned herein may be trademarks and / or
registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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Declaration of
Conformity
Manufacturer’
Manufacturer ’s Name:
Supplementary lnformation:
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low
Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC and carries the CE-marking accordingly.
1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with a Hewlett
Hewlett-Packard Company
Manufacturer’
Manufacturer ’s Address: 10500 Ridgeview Ct.
Cupertino,CA 95015 USA
Declares that the product
Product Name:
HP Pavilion v70s Multimedia Display
Model Number:
P3902X (where X=A…Z)
Conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Packard Personal Computer and Peripherals.
2) This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two Conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this devlce must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cupertino, CA USA December,
December, 2000 Quality Engineering Manager
Safety: IEC 60950:1991+A1+A2+A3+A4
EN 60950:1992+A1+A2+A3+A4+A11
EMC: CISPR 22:1993+A1+A2/ EN 55022:1994+A1+A2-Class B 1)
EN 50082-1: 1992-Generic lmmunity
IEC 801-2:1991/ prEN 55024-2:1992-4kV CD,8kV AD
IEC 801-3:1984/ prEN 55024-3:1991-3V/m
IEC 801-4:1988/ prEN 55024-4:1993-0.5kV Signal Lines.
1kV Power Lines.
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B 2) / ICES-002,lssue2
For Regulatory Compliance lnformation ONLY, contact:
European contact: for regulatory topics only: Hewlett-Packard GmbH,
HQ-TRE, Herrenberger Straße 110-140, D-71034
Bölingen (FAX:+49-7031-14-3143).
USA Contact: Hardware Quality Eng. Manager, Hewlett-Packard
Company, HPD, 10500 Ridgeview Ct, Cupertino, CA
95015-4010. Phone: (408)-343-5000
Declaration of Conformity
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