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USER MANUAL
KT-LL55NUHX-VW
NOTICES
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARKS
Copyright © 2015 IDIS Corporation. All rights reserved.
All brand names and product names are trademarks, registered trademarks or trade names of their
respective holders.
General
Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, however in some cases changes in the
products or availability could occur which may not be reflected in this document. We
reserves the right to make changes to specifications at any time without notice.
Performance specifications are typical, but may vary depending on conditions beyond our
control such as maintenance of the product in proper working conditions. Performance
specifications are based on information available at the time of printing. We makes no
warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, implied
warranties of fitness for a particular purpose. We will not be liable for errors contained
herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the performance or
use of this material. Our manufacturing facility is ISO 9001 and 14001 certified.
REGULATORY
The product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the product is operated in a
commercial environment. The product generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of the product in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at the user’s own expense.
CAN ICES-3 (A) / NMB-3 (A)
Environmental
The product is designed and manufactured with high‐quality materials and components
that can be recycled and reused. This symbol means that electrical and electronic
equipment, at their end‐of‐life, should be disposed of separately from regular waste. Please
dispose of the product appropriately and according to local regulations. In the European
Union, there are separate collection systems for used electrical and electronic products.
Please help us to conserve the environment we live in!
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Table of Contents
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BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT ...................................................................................................... 4
1.1
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................... 4
2
PREPARATIONS ............................................................................................................................. 11
2.1
PARTS LIST ..................................................................................................................................... 11
2.2
CONTROL PRODUCT ..................................................................................................................... 12
2.3
INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTION ................................................................................................... 13
2.4
REMOTE CONTROLLER BUTTON DESCRIPTION ...................................................................... 14
3
INSTALLATION GUIDE .................................................................................................................. 15
3.1
CAUTION BEFORE INSTALLATION ............................................................................................. 15
3.2
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................... 15
3.3
UNPACKING PROCESS.................................................................................................................. 16
3.4
HANDLING GUIDE ......................................................................................................................... 17
3.5
PRODUCT INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................ 19
3.6
WALL MOUNTING INSTALLATION ............................................................................................ 19
3.7
WALL STAND GUIDE .................................................................................................................... 20
3.8
WALL BRACKET GUIDE ................................................................................................................. 24
3.9
REMOTE CONTROLLER ................................................................................................................. 29
3.10
SETUP .............................................................................................................................................. 30
4
REMOTE CONTROL ....................................................................................................................... 31
4.1
RS-232C CONNECTION ................................................................................................................ 31
4.2
COMMUNICATION COMMAND.................................................................................................. 32
5
CONNECT THE EXTERNAL DEVICE ............................................................................................. 34
5.1
DP(DISPLAY PORT) CONNECTION ............................................................................................. 34
5.2
HDMI CONNECTION ..................................................................................................................... 35
5.3
DVI-D CONNECTION .................................................................................................................... 36
5.4
VGA (D-SUB) CONNECTION ........................................................................................................ 37
5.5
CVBS CONNECTION ...................................................................................................................... 37
6
MULTI-VISION CONNECTION ..................................................................................................... 38
7
PRODUCT ID SETTING GUIDE ..................................................................................................... 39
8
MENU CONTROL ........................................................................................................................... 40
8.1
INPUT SELECTION ......................................................................................................................... 40
8.2
SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................. 40
8.3
MULTI-VISION SETTING ............................................................................................................... 42
8.4
OSD ADJUSTING ........................................................................................................................... 42
8.5
ADJUSTING SETTING .................................................................................................................... 43
8.6
INFORMATION............................................................................................................................... 44
9
TROUBLE SHOOTING .................................................................................................................... 45
10
PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ........................................................................................................... 48
11
SUPPORTED RESOLUTIONS ......................................................................................................... 50
※
SUPPLEMENT (COMMAND LIST) ............................................................................................... 51
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1
Before using the product

Before installing or using the product, to avoid damaging the product, read and follow as the
guidelines of the user manual for your safety.

1.1
The color, design and specification may change without notice to enhance the function.
Safety Precautions
Precautions are divided into two "Warning" and "Caution", and meaning of the each is as follows.
Warning: If you do not follow, it could result in serious injury or death.
Caution: If you do not follow, it could result in minor injury or product damage.
Please keep users to access USER MANUAL easily.
This illustration below is for reference only.
Warning
Do not use a damaged power cable or plug which does not meet the standard.
- This may cause a fire or an electric shock.
If you are using a power strip, do not use several devices at the same time.
- Due to the heat generated by the multi-outlet, it may cause fire.
Do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
- This may cause an electric shock.
Plug in the outlet end exactly.
- If the connection is not stable, it may cause fire.
Connect the power cable to a grounded outlet.
- This can cause electric shock when the ground is broken or shorted.
- When installing on a place that cannot be grounded, connect to the outlet by using a
circuit breaker to protect the product from electric shock.
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Do not pull or bend the power cable forcibly.
Avoid placing heavy objects on the cables.
- If the cable is damaged, it may result in electric shock or a fire.
Do not use the power cable near heating appliances and products.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
In case of contamination around the power plug or outlet, wipe clean with a dry cloth.
- This may cause a fire.
Do not place flammable objects near the product.
- This may cause a fire.
If you want to install by using the wall mount, make the product be installed by a trained
technician. Refer to the User Guide Wall Mounting.
- This may cause injury.
Do not install the product in poorly ventilated places such as a bookshelf or closet.
- Otherwise it may affect internal temperature to be increased and cause a fire.
Install the product at least 10 cm far from the wall.
- Otherwise it may affect internal temperature to be increased and cause a fire.
After unpacking the product, packaging vinyl should be kept away from the hands of
young children.
- If a child use it incorrectly, it may cause a choking accident.
Do not install in locations where has vibration or in an unstable position.
- Product fall may occur and it might cause a damage.
- This may cause a fire.
Do not install in places which dirt, moisture, smoke, much water or rain water can reach.
Do not install under the air conditioner that could fall water drops.
- This may result in electric shock or fire.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and do not place near hot objects such as a fire or
heater heat.
- This may cause a fire or shortening the product life.
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Do not install in the low place where a child can touch.
- A child may be injured while playing and touching the product.
Do not install near any kitchen or kitchen counter because it may cause damage or
deformation of the product by the vapor or oil.
- This may cause a fire.
Do not try to repair or transform the product because the high voltage can flow inside the
product.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
- When problem is found in the product, contact a service center.
Do not use electrical equipment which uses high-voltage around the product.
- This may result in poor quality of display or cause amblyopia.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
When moving the product, turn off the power and remove all of the cables including
power cables connected to the product.
- If the cable is damaged, it may cause a fire or electric shock.
When smelling something burning or hearing strange sound from the product, disconnect
the power cable immediately and contact a service center.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not allow a child to get on or hang on the product.
- If the product falls off, a child may result in injury or death.
Do not place heavy object, toy or sweets that a child can play with on the product.
- If a child hang the product and fall, it may cause personal injury or death.
When the product is damaged or falls off, disconnect the power cable immediately and
contact a service center.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
When lightning occurs, turn off the power switch and disconnect the power cable.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Do not drop the product or throw something to the product.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
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Do not give a shock or scratch to the screen with sharp objects.
- This may cause damage to the product.
Do not pull the power cable or signal cables connected to the product when moving the
product.
- Cable damage may cause a malfunction or an electric shock or fire.
Do not shake or uplift a product by holding only the power cable and signal cable.
- Cable damage may cause a malfunction or an electric shock or fire.
If you smell a gas around the place of the product or there is a risk of a gas leakage,
Do not plug in or turn on the product. Make sure to ventilate.
- A spark in the appliance power can cause an explosion or fire.
Do not store or use flammable material and flammable sprays near the product.
- This may cause an explosion or fire.
Please do not block a vent with the curtain or cloth, etc.
- The rise of internal temperature may cause a fire.
Do not put a steel rod, coin, hair pin etc. in the vent and input/output terminals of the
product.
Also, do not put a flammable object such as papers.
- When a strange substance enters into the product, turn off the power of the product.
Please contact the Service Center after unplugging the power cable.
- This may cause a malfunction or an electric shock or fire.
Do not place anything containing liquid or metals on the product.
- When a strange substance enters into the product, turn off the power of the product.
Please contact the Service Center after unplugging the power cable.
- This may cause a malfunction or an electric shock or fire.
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Caution
Do not unplug the power cable while using the product.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Use only the power cable qualified for the standard.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Connect the power cable to the nearest outlet.
- If having a problem with the product, unplug the power cable completely.
When disconnecting the power cable from the outlet, do not pull the cable wire.
Please be sure to hold the plug and separate it.
- This may cause a fire or electric shock.
Please move the product carefully not to occur the twist and drop.
- This may cause a malfunction or injury.
Put the product’s screen faces upwards.
- The screen may be damaged.
Work together more than one person if the product is heavy.
- This may cause a malfunction or injury.
When installing the product on a cabinet or shelf, use the larger size of the tray than the
product to use and maintain the horizon.
- The product may fall and cause damage or injury.
Please do not shock when installing the product.
- This may cause a malfunction.
When installing the product in a special place, contact a dealer or a service center because
the peculiar environment can occur the event of a problem with the product.
- This may cause a malfunction or fire.
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Turing on the product in the condition of the fixed screen or 4:3 screen for a long time
may also cause an afterimage or stain on the screen.
- When using the product for a long time, set a screen saver of the connected computer
or signaling equipment products or set it in sleep mode.
When you are not using the product for a long time, after unplugging the power cable
and take action to prevent the product from a dust.
- Dust accumulation, heat generation or sparks can occur and cause fire.
Set a resolution and frequency appropriately to the product.
- The state of the screen can result in poor or blurred vision.
For products with a stand, do not move the product by holding only the stand or lift the
product upside down.
- The stand might be split from the product and it may cause damage or injury.
Look at the screen from a distance of about longer 2.5 times than the screen diagonal
length.
- Looking at the screen for a long time can lead to vision loss.
Do not use anything that causes the water vapor near the product. (moisturizers, etc.).
- This may cause a malfunction or an electric shock or fire.
After 1 hours use, rest your eyes for more than 5 minutes.
If the product is turned on for a long time, do not touch the screen surface or vent
because it may be hot.
Keep the accessories of the products out of reach of children.
For products with a stand, be careful when adjusting the angle and height of the stand of
the product.
- Tilting severely the product may cause the product to fall off and injury.
- Stuck a finger or hand may cause an injury.
Do not place heavy objects on the product.
- This may result in a malfunction or an injury.
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Please put obstacles away from the space between the remote controller and the product.
- The product may not be operated by remote controller.
The remote control may not be good in this operation under the sun or strong light.
Please change the location of the product in this case.
Make sure that a child does not eat the battery and keep it out of a child's reach.
- If a child eats the battery, please consult a doctor immediately.
When replacing the battery, insert it to the correct polarities (+, -).
- If it is different from the polarity of the battery, it may cause a fire or injury to break or
leak.
- This may also contaminate the surrounding.
Use a standard battery, do not mix old batteries with new one.
- If it is different from the polarity of the battery, it may cause a fire or injury to break or
leak.
- This may also contaminate the surrounding.
The depleted Battery and rechargeable batteries must be handled separately from the
general waste and it needs to be collected for recycling.
- If the end-of-life battery, please bring your nearest recycling center or battery dealer
- This may cause an explosion or fire.
Cleaning
After disconnecting the power cable, wipe contaminated parts and each part of the
product screen lightly with a dry and soft cloth.
Do not clean the product directly with a wet cloth or wet spray water.
- There is a risk of fire or an electric shock.
When washing by various cleaning agents, brighteners, abrasives, waxes, benzene, alcohol,
solvent, surface active agent, the surface of the product may be damaged.
If cleaning inside the product is required, please contact your dealer or service center.
- This may result in fire or electric shock.
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2.1
Preparations
Parts List
If these items are missing, contact your dealer or service center.
The items may differ from the image shown.
Other parts not packed in contents may cause performance degradation or
problem during use.
DP Cable (ver1.1a)
RS232 Cable
IR Receiver
Remote
Control
Power Cable
(Option)
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2.2
Control product
• You can control the product by using the control buttons on the rear left side of the
product.
Control buttons
Power on/off button
/ ▲
▼
To move to the lower menu
+
To move to the right menu
-
To move to the left menu
M
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To move to the upper menu or select
To display or hide the on-screen menu
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2.3
Input/Output connection
• You can receive a video signal by using the input / output terminal of the left-rear
of the product.
.
Connector name and description
Connector
Description
VGA IN
To connect D-SUB input cable with source device
CVBS IN
To connect BNC input cable with source device
DVI IN
To connect DVI input cable with source device
HDMI IN
To connect HDMI input cable with source device
DP IN
To connect DP input cable with source device
DP OUT
To connect DP output cable to other display product or device
RS232 IN
To connect RS232 input cable with control device(D-SUB 9pin)
RS232 OUT
To connect RS232 output cable with other display product
Service IN
To connect with USB device for software update
Caution
• When you connect the signal cables to the input / output terminals, check the above
picture of the input / output terminal, and connect the right direction. If connected
incorrectly, it may cause damage or breakdown of the input / output terminals.
• If the product does not operate even though the power is supplied, check if the power switch
is set to power-on or not.
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2.4
Remote Controller Button Description
Button Description
Images may differ from the actual items.
POWER
Power on/off button
SOURCE
Select input signal
▲
Move to the upper menu
▼
Move to the lower menu
SEL
Select to change menu
◀
Move to the left menu
▶
Move to the right menu
MENU
INFO
MUTE
AUTO
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Display or hide menu on the screen
Display
information
of
input
source
and
program version
Not available
Automatically adjust VGA position, clock and
phase (RGB input only)
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3.1
Installation Guide
Caution before installation
Caution
:
Installation must be performed by a qualified custom video installation
specialist under the conditional installation environment as below.
Ambient Lighting
• When the sun or strong light shines on the front screen of the product, image
contrast can be seen as it is decreased conspicuously or the image is fading.
• If direct sunlight or strong artificial light (halogen lamps, etc.) shines on the front
screen of the product (if the product has touch function, it may cause of malfunction
of touch.), install the product in the shady environments or in the opposite direction
of the source of the sunshine or the artificial light.
Ambient temperature
• Install the product in the well-ventilated place with maintaining the ambient
temperature of below 35°C (95°F).
3.2
Product Specifications
mm
Height
684.2
Width
1213.4
Depth
96.5 (without handle : 88)
kg
Weight
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3.3
Unpacking Process
Images may differ from the actual items.
Before unpack the box, refer to the diagram below.
After unpacking, take off the removal tape of up-down-left-right side of the front
panel of the product as shown below.
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3.4
Handling Guide
Images may differ from the actual items.
Holding a product
1. Right way
At least two persons are required to handle the product during transportation.
Two persons should hold the each left and right handle of the backside of the
product with one hand of the each person and with the other hand, grip the bottom
portion of the rear side of the product to move.
(The illustration below may differ from the actual items.)
2. Wrong way
Do not use or touch any part of the front screen of the product during transportation.
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Putting a product
1. Right Way
Before putting the product on the floor, prepare flat and soft cushions. Place the
product horizontally and slowly on the floor. If firstly laying the edge of the bezel of
the product, the screen panel of the product may be fragile or damaged.
Cushions
2. Wrong way
Put down carefully not to damage the outside of the product. If the corner part of the
product is placed first, the bezel may be damaged easily.
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3.5
Product Installation
When installing the product with wall mount, make the product installed by a welltrained technician. Please refer to the User Guide of Wall Mounting.
The product has VESA standard of 600 X 400 MM for wall mounting, and of M8
(maximum length of 35mm) of the screws by size.
Warning: We are not responsible for the product damage or personal injury caused
by user’s own installation.
3.6
Wall mounting Installation
Install the product only on the robust and vertical wall. When installing inside the wall
or cabinet, install the product with the space behind between the product and the
wall as the illustration below.
100mm
100mm
100
mm
100
60mm
mm
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3.7
Wall Stand Guide
VESA standards: 600X400 (mm) and M8 screws (4 places).
(Refer to CHIEF product guide.)
In case of LVM series of wall stand, it is required to assemble the extender bracket as the
illustration below.
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Assemble the extender bracket with the bar of wall stand mounting as the illustration
below.
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Assemble the interface to the VESA point as shown below.
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Hang and fix the product on the bar of wall stand mounting as shown below.
Rotate the lever halfway to adjust the position of the product as shown below.
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Cleanup the cables by using the holes in the wall stand as shown below.
Refer to CHIEF product guide.
3.8
Wall Bracket Guide
VESA standards: 600X400 (mm) and M8 screws (4 places).
(Refer to CHIEF product guide.)
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Align the horizontal at the position of 190.5mm distance from the center line of the
screen by using the furrow of vertical center, as shown below.
When fixing a number of wall bracket, install them after setting the height and width
as shown below.
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Parts of wall bracket
Fix the wall bracket on the wall, as shown below.
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Assemble the interface to the product as shown below.
As shown below, hang the product with assembled interface on the bar and
adjust the wall bracket to install.
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Refer to assembling method in the guide of CHIEF.
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3.9
Remote Controller
Inserting batteries in the remote controller
• Press the tab on the battery case and open it.
• Insert the battery (CR2025 3V) into the battery case.
• Insert the battery case until clack sounds.
Notice on battery
• When loading the battery, check if the polarity of the batteries is correct.
• If not using the remote controller for long time, remove the batteries to prevent
damage caused by battery fluid leak.
• Don’t expose the battery to direct sunlight or excessive heat such as a fire.
Notes on the remote controller
• If anything interrupts in front of IR receiver or between IR receiver and remote
controller, the remote controller may not work.
• If the receiving distance of the remote control becomes narrow or does not work,
replace the battery with new one.
• In case of the product is exposed to direct sunlight or fluorescent light, it may not
operate.
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3.10
Setup
Turning on the power
1. Connect the power cable of the product into outlet with AC 100-220V 50 / 60Hz.
2. Turn on the main AC power switch.
3. If the power indicator is green, the screen turns on automatically.
Changing language of the menu
• The language of the menu is basically English as the default set.
• Users can select a language among English, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish,
Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish.
• To change the menu language.
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Press the Menu button to go to the menu.
2.
Select the OSD from the main menu.
3.
Select the language of the OSD setup menu.
4.
Select the language you want to select, and then exit the menu.
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4.1
Remote Control
RS-232C connection
Communication conditions
Interface
RS-232C
Pin
Txd, Rxd, Gnd
Bit rate
19200 bps
Data bits
8 bit
Parity
None
Stop bits
1 bit
Communication codes
ASCII
The maximum length
15m
RS-232C Cable Pin Description
P1
P2
Tx
1
2
Rx
Rx
2
3
Tx
Gnd
5
5
Gnd
D-SUB 9P
(male)
D-SUB 9P
(female)
Cable connection
Connect the RS-232C in port of the product to the PC or the control system.
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4.2
Communication Command
Direct command
It is to send a command to the product to perform the action corresponding
to the command.
Statement form: [HEAD][SET ID][COMMAND][END]
Ex) Power On: [K:][ALL][PON][.] → K: ALLPON.
• [HEAD]: Represents the beginning of a statement. Put 'K:' always.
• [SET ID]: Specifies the product that perform as the command. Put 'ALL' or
ID number of the product. (ID range: 000 to 100)
• [COMMAND]: It always consists of 3Bytes.
As for command, refer to the appendix.
• [END]: Represents the end of a statement. Put a '.' always.
Adjustment command
It is to deliver the command which enables to adjust value in the product.
Statement form: [HEAD][SET ID][COMMAND][VALUE][END]
Ex) To adjust the volume to 50: [K:][ALL][CON][050[.]→ K: ALLCON050.
• [HEAD]: Represents the beginning of a statement. Put 'K:' always.
• [SET ID]: Specifies the product that perform as the command. Put 'ALL' or
ID number of the product. (ID range: 000 to 100)
• [COMMAND]: It is always composed with 3Bytes.
As for command, refer to the appendix.
• [VALUE]: Adjusted value. It consists of 3Bytes ranging from 000 to 100.
• [END]: Represents the end of a statement. Put a '.' always.
Status confirmation command
It is to send commands to the product to request reply about the command state
of the product.
Statement form: [HEAD][SET ID][COMMAND][END]
Ex) Make sure if the power switch is on: [K:][ALL][PWR][?] → K: ALLPWR?
• [HEAD]: Represents the beginning of a statement. Put 'K:' always.
• [SET ID]: Specifies the product that perform as the command. Put 'ALL' or
ID number of the product. (ID range: 000 to 100)
• [COMMAND]: It always consists of 3Bytes.
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As for command, refer to the appendix.
• [END]: Represents the end of a statement. Put a '?' always.
Reply about the status confirmation command
It is to receive a reply from the product about the status command.
Statement form: [SET ID][:][COMMAND][=][REPLY]
Ex) Power on: [ALL][:][PWR][=][001] → ALL: PWR=001
• [SET ID]: Specifies the product that perform as the command. Put 'ALL' or
ID number of the product. (ID range: 000 to 100)
• [:]: Put the ':' always.
• [COMMAND]: It always consists of 3Bytes.
As for command, refer to the appendix.
• [=]: Put the '=' always.
• [Reply]: Represents the end of a statement. Put a '?' always.
Command receiving status message
It is a message that the product replies about commend receiving status upon direct
or adjustment command message.
Normal: [SET ID][:][Command][=][A]
Error: [SET ID][:][Command][=][N]
※ About information upon each command, refer to the appendix.
(Instruction List).
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5
5.1
Connect the external device
DP(Display Port) Connection
• If connecting the product to the PC, it supports the VESA Display Data Channel
(DDC) standard. This standard supports "plug and play" function which helps the PC
recognize the product automatically to output the optimal resolution.
In order to operate the 'plug and play' after connecting the product, connect the
video cable of the PC to the product before turning on your PC, and turn on the
power of this product first and then turn on the power of the PC.
• When the incompatible resolution of the input signal is input to the product no
image is shown on the screen or normal display is not shown. As for the supported
resolutions, refer to page 50.
• Use the DP CABLE (2M-DPver1.1a) provided with the product.
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5.2
HDMI Connection
• HDMI input is recommended because it receives a digital signal input from an
external device with HDMI output to ensure high quality of digital signal.
• If connecting the product to the PC, it supports the VESA Display Data Channel
(DDC) standard. This standard supports "plug and play" function which helps the PC
recognize the product automatically to output the optimal resolution.
In order to operate the 'plug and play' after connecting the product, connect the
video cable of the PC to the product before turning on your PC, and turn on the
power of this product first and then turn on the power of the PC.
• When the incompatible resolution of the input signal is input to the product no
image is shown on the screen or normal display is not shown. As for the supported
resolutions, refer to page 50.
PC
HDMI Cable
or
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5.3
DVI-D Connection
• To see video, connect the product to a PC or an external equipment which outputs
DVI video.
• If connecting the product to the PC, it supports the VESA Display Data Channel
(DDC) standard. This standard supports "plug and play" function which helps the PC
recognize the product automatically to output the optimal resolution.
In order to operate the 'plug and play' after connecting the product, connect the
video cable of the PC to the product before turning on your PC, and turn on the
power of this product first and then turn on the power of the PC.
• When the incompatible resolution of the input signal is input to the product no
image is shown on the screen or normal display is not shown. As for the supported
resolutions, refer to page 50.
PC
DVI-D Cable
Or
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5.4
VGA (D-SUB) Connection
• To see the video, connect D-Sub 15P cable of the PC to the VGA In port of the
product.
• If connecting the product to the PC, it supports the VESA Display Data Channel
(DDC) standard. This standard supports "plug and play" function which helps the PC
recognize the product automatically to output the optimal resolution.
In order to operate the 'plug and play' after connecting the product, connect the
video cable of the PC to the product before turning on your PC, and turn on the
power of this product first and then turn on the power of the PC.
• When the incompatible resolution of the input signal is input to the product no
image is shown on the screen or normal display is not shown. As for the supported
resolutions, refer to page 50.
D-Sub 15-pin
케이블
5.5
CVBS Connection
• To see the video, Connect CVBS output terminal of the video equipment and CVBS
terminal of the product by using the BNC cable.
BNC Cable
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Multi-Vision Connection
Connect DP output terminal of previous monitor and DP input terminal of next
•
monitor by using the DP cable.
Connect RS-232 output terminal of the previous monitor and RS-232 input terminal
•
of next monitor by using the RS-232 cable.
.
Multi-Vision Connection
•
When connecting DVI, HDMI and DP of the first monitor, you can connect to DP
output terminal of the next monitor.
•
The maximum units to be connected : up to 10x10 (100 set)
①
④
②
③
: Digital Signal Input
(DVI, HDMI, DP)
: Display Port Cable Connection
(Daisy chain)
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Product ID Setting Guide
•
Use the rotary switch next to the input terminals of the product to set the product's
ID.
•
The upper switch (from rear side) specifies 10 units, and the lower switch specifies
1units, and set <0,0> as the ID of the first monitor receiving the first input signal.
•
And from the next monitor, each ID is set to be incremented by each digit and
maximum <9,9> (100th monitor’s ID) can be set up.
<10 unit>
<1 unit>
Example of setting > 2 x 2 monitors setting
From the front side of monitors, set
monitor ID as below.
<10 unit: 0>
<1 unit: 0>
From the front side of monitors, set
monitor ID as below.
<10 unit: 0>
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<1 unit: 2>
From the front side of monitors, set
monitor ID as below.
<10 unit: 0>
<1 unit: 1>
From the front side of monitors, set
monitor ID as below.
<10 unit: 0>
<1unit: 3>
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8.1
Menu Control
Input selection
Press the Input button and then select ▲ or ▼, or the input you want to select,
and then press the ▶ (+) button.
Input
8.2
Description
VGA
To select VGA input
DVI
To select DVI input
HDMI
To select HDMI input
DISPLAY PORT
To select DISPLAY PORT input
AV
To select AV input
Screen Adjustment
Press the MENU button, and then press the ▲ or the ▼ button to go to the onscreen menu. Press ▶ button to go to the on-screen setting menu, and after moving
to the menu, press the ▲ or ▼ button to the menu which you want to move and
setup menu screen by pressing ▶(+) or ◀(-) button, then press the MENU button to
exit.
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OSD menu can be adjusted only in VGA input mode.
Menu
Sub-menu
Description
Standard
/
user
/
To select a screen mode.
Dynamic
Luminosity
To adjust the brightness of the backlight.
Screen
Contrast
To adjust the contrast of white and black.
mode
Black level
To adjust the brightness of the screen.
To adjust colors. If setting the value lower the greenish
Colors
color gets stronger, if setting the value higher, the red
color tone gets stronger.
Definition
Auto Adjust
To adjust location / frequency / phase of the VGA
input screen automatically.
The horizontal
To adjust the horizontal position of the VGA input
Adjusting
position
screen.
the Screen
The
vertical
position
Color
Temperatur
e
Screen
Initialization
To adjust the vertical position of the VGA input screen.
Frequency
To adjust the frequency of the VGA input screen.
Phase
To adjust the phase of the VGA input screen.
Normal / Cool
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To adjust the sharpness of the screen.
/ Warm
To select the color temperature mode.
Red
To adjust finely the intensity of red color.
Green
To adjust finely the intensity of green color.
Blue
To adjust finely the intensity of blue color.
To initialize the on-screen menu.
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8.3
Multi-vision Setting
Press the MENU button, then press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the multi-menu. And
press the ▶ button to go to the Multi menu and press the ▲ or ▼ button to move
to a menu which you want to go to and set value by pressing the ▶ (+) or ◀ (-)
button and then press the MENU button to exit.
Menu
H Cell Max
V Cell Max
8.4
Description
To input the number of horizontal monitors of the currently configured
multi-vision display.
To input the number of vertical monitors of the currently configured
multi-vision display.
Gap Adjust
To adjust gap between the monitors (On/Off).
H Gap Adjust
To adjust horizontal gap between the monitors.
V Gap Adjust
To adjust vertical gap between the monitors.
Set ID
To see the ID of the current monitor
OSD Adjusting
Press the MENU button, then press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the OSD menu. And
press the ▶ button to go to the OSD menu and press the ▲ or ▼ button to move
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to a menu which you want to go to and set value by pressing the ▶ (+) or ◀ (-)
button and then press the MENU button to exit.
Menu
Language
OSD display time
8.5
Description
To set the menu language.
To adjust the display time of the OSD screen (Off / 5 seconds / 10
seconds / 15 seconds).
OSD Display
To adjust the display direction of the OSD.
Software Update(USB)
To update software by using the USB Memory.
OSD Reset
To reset the OSD menu.
Adjusting Setting
Press the MENU button, then press the ▲ or ▼ button to go to the Setting menu.
And press the ▶ button to go to the Setting menu and press the ▲ or ▼ button to
move to a menu which you want to go to and set value by pressing the ▶ (+) or ◀
(-) button and then press the MENU button to exit.
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Menu
Description
To save power consumption by setting On. In case of no
Power Save
input of video signal input, after 120 seconds later, the
power mode changes to power consumption mode (standby
mode).
APS.
Shift) function.
IR Remote
To control by selecting IR or RS-232.
Setup Reset
To initialize the set menu.
Factory Reset
8.6
To prevent residual images by using the APS (Auto Pixel
To reset the value of all of the set menu to the factory
defaults.
Information
Press the MENU button, and then press the ▲ or the ▼ button to move to the
Information menu. Or press the INFO button on the remote controller.
Then you can check model name, ID, current input resolution and software version etc.
of the product.
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Trouble Shooting
The table below provides some general guidelines for trouble shooting problems you
may encounter with your product. If the suggested solutions fail to resolve the
problem or if you encounter an issue not described here, please contact your dealer or
service center.
Symptom
The power is not turned on.
(When the LED light indication is
red or orange.)
The power is not turned on.
(LED indication that the light is
off)
Checklist & Solution
• Turn on power switch of the product or by
using remote controller, check if the product is in
power saving mode for no input of video signal.
• Ensure that the product is plugged in and that
the AC outlet is active.
• Set the main power switch to the on position.
• Try to connect other electric equipment to AC
outlet to check if there is no problem in power
source.
The remote controller does not
work.
• Replace the battery.
• If the remote controller receiver of the product
is prevented by any object, delete the object and
try to operate again.
• If the remote controller receiver of the product
is exposed to direct sunlight or strong light, try to
block the light and operate again.
The power is on only but the
When the LED indicator of the product is green,
screen does not appear.
video displays on the screen. Turn on the power
of the product by using the power switch or
remote controller.
• Turn off the AC power, and then turn it on
again.
A message of ‘Input out of
• Check if a signal with other resolution which the
range’ is displayed.
product does not support is input to the product
and refer to the details in the page 50.
Images is not displayed correctly
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or noise is shown on the screen.
signal is active.
• Change the cable.
• Check if a signal with other resolution which the
product does not support is input to the product
and refer to the details in the page 50.
• Connect another product to check if there is no
problem, considering the possibility of problem in
outer video signal equipment.
Symptoms
'No Signal' message is displayed.
Checklist
• Check to see if the external signal device is
turned on.
• Check if computer is on power saving mode by
handling the mouse or pressing keyboard to
wake.
• Check to see if the external signal devices and
cables are connected.
• Check to see if the cable connections are loose
or missing out.
• Try changing the cable.
• Check if the input selection of products is
correctly set to an external device by using the
SOURCE button on the remote controller.
HDMI screen is not displayed.
Or screen appears strange.
• Check to see if the cable connections are loose
or missing out.
• Try changing the cable.
• If you use an HDMI cable not certified, it may
result in a problem.
HDMI display is small or large
• Try adjusting video output size of the graphic
visible.
card in case of computer.
The color of VGA screen is
• Check to see if the cable connections are loose
strange.
or missing out.
• Try changing the cable.
• Connect another product to check if there is no
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problem, considering the possibility of problem in
outer video signal equipment.
The position of VGA screen is
• Try adjusting the automatic position by using
strange.
the AUTO button on the remote controller.
The screen is too bright and the
• From the menu, try making the value of the
image is not separated.
black level lower on the screen menu setting.
• Or try to initialize the screen menu settings.
Symptoms
Checklist
The dark area of the screen is
• From the menu, try make the value of the
too bright
contrast lower on the screen menu settings.
• Or try to initialize the screen menu settings.
Screen looks too dark.
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Product Specification
Product specifications are subject to change without notice.
Panel
Brightness
Typ. 500 cd/m2
Contrast
Typ. 1,400:1
Viewing Angle
H : 178° / V : 178°
Responsiveness Speed
12 ms (GTG)
Supported Color
1.06 billion colors
Panel Resolution
1920 x 1080 (16:9)
Panel Frame
60 Hz
Signal Input/Output
Horizontal / vertical frequency
Analog: 31.5 ~ 67.5 KHz / 50 ~ 71 Hz
Digital: 31.5 ~ 91.1 KHz / 50 ~ 71 Hz
Input Resolution
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (Analog / DVI / HDMI / DP)
Input / output terminals
DP(DisplayPort) IN, OUT / HDMI / DVI / VGA / CVBS
Communication Terminals
RS-232C IN, OUT / IR IN, OUT
Cosmetic
Dimensions
1213.4 x 684.2 x 96.5 mm (without handle: 88)
Weight
Product: 26 ± 2kg, Packing: 38 ± 3kg
Wall mount
600mm x 400mm VESA (bolt M8)
OSD function
Adjustment
Language
Control buttons, IR remote control, RS-232C
Korean, English, French, German, Italian, Russian,
Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish
Power
Power supply
AC 100V ~ 240V (50/60 Hz)
Power consumption (active state)
max 240 W
Power consumption (standby)
< 0.5 W
Environment
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5°C ~ 35°C, 85% RH
Storage Conditions
-20°C ~ 60°C, 90% RH
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Supported Resolutions
Resolution
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H Freq.(kHz)
V Freq. (Hz)
Pixel Clock (MHz)
640 x 480
31.469
59.940
25.175
720 x 480
31.469
59.941
27.000
720 x 576
31.25
50.000
27.000
800 x 600
37.231
59.858
38.125
1024 x 768
48.364
60.004
65.000
1280 x 720
36.994
49.925
60.375
1280 x 720
44.697
59.915
74.375
1280 x 768
47.693
59.992
80.125
1280 x 1024
63.981
60.020
108.000
1920 x 1080
55.572
49.975
141.375
1920 x 1080
67.061
59.983
172.749
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※ Supplement (Command list)
- Direct Command List
Head (2Byte) : Start code
K
Set ID (3Byte) : Product ID ASCII code
ALL / 001
(000~099)
Command (3Byte) : Product Control code
PON
End (1Byte) : End Code
No
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9
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(2Byte)
Set ID (3Byte)
Command (3Byte)
End
(1Byte)
0x4B
0x3A
0x41
0x4C
0x4C
0x50
0x4F
0x4E
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(A)
(L)
(L)
(P)
(O)
(N)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x50
0x4F
0x46
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(P)
(O)
(F)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x53
0x50
0x43
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(1)
(S)
(P)
(C)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x32
0x53
0x44
0x56
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(2)
(S)
(D)
(V)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x34
0x53
0x41
0x56
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(4)
(S)
(A)
(V)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x35
0x53
0x48
0x32
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(5)
(S)
(H)
(1)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x36
0x53
0x48
0x32
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(6)
(S)
(H)
(2)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x37
0x53
0x48
0x33
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(7)
(S)
(H)
(3)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x38
0x4D
0x48
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(8)
(M)
(H)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x39
0x4D
0x48
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(9)
(M)
(H)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x31
0x30
0x4D
0x56
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(0)
(1)
(0)
(M)
(V)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x4D
0x56
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(M)
(V)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x45
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(H)
(E)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x45
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(H)
(E)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x45
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(V)
(E)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x45
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(V)
(E)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x30
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(0)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x31
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(1)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x32
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(2)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x32
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(3)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x54
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(T)
(D)
(.)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Description
Product Power ON
Product Power OFF
Source change to VGA
Source change to DVI
Source change to AV
Source change to DVI
Source change to HDMI
Source change to DP
Multi window H Cell max 1step Up
Multi window H Cell max 1step Down
Multi window V Cell max 1step Up
Multi window V Cell max 1step Down
Multi window H Gap 1step Up
Multi window H Gap 1step Down
Multi window V Gap 1step Up
Multi window V Gap 1step Down
Color temperature set to Normal
Color Temperature set to Cool
Color Temperature set to Warm
Color Temperature set to User
Contrast 1step Up
Contrast 1step Down
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0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x42
0x52
0x55
0x2E
(B)
(R)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x42
0x52
0x44
0x2E
(B)
(R)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x53
0x54
0x55
0x2E
(S)
(T)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x53
0x54
0x44
0x2E
(S)
(T)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x53
0x50
0x55
0x2E
(S)
(P)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x53
0x50
0x44
0x2E
(S)
(P)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x42
0x4C
0x55
0x2E
(B)
(L)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x42
0x4C
0x44
0x2E
(B)
(L)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
0x37
0x52
0x4F
0x55
0x2E
(7)
(R)
(O)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
(K)
(:)
(0)
0x39
0x38
0x52
0x4F
0x44
0x2E
(9)
(8)
(R)
(O)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x30
0x39
0x39
0x47
0x4F
0x55
0x2E
(0)
(9)
(9)
(G)
(O)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
(K)
0x3A
0x47
0x4F
0x44
0x2E
(:)
(G)
(O)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x4F
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(B)
(O)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x4F
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(B)
(O)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x47
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(G)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x47
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(G)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x47
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(G)
(G)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x47
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(G)
(G)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x47
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(B)
(G)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x47
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(B)
(G)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x4D
0x30
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(P)
(M)
(0)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x4D
0x31
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(P)
(M)
(1)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x4D
0x32
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(P)
(M)
(2)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x50
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(H)
(P)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x50
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(H)
(P)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x50
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(V)
(P)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x50
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(V)
(P)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x4B
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(K)
(U)
(.)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Black Level 1step Up
Black Level 1step Down
Color 1step Up
Color 1step Down
Sharpness 1step Up
Sharpness 1step Down
Brightness(Backlight) 1step Up
Brightness(Backlight) 1step Down
Red Offset 1step Up
Red Offset 1setp Down
Green Offset 1step Up
Green Offset 1step Down
Blue Offset 1step Up
Blue Offset 1step Down
Red Gain 1step Up
Red Gain 1step Down
Green Gain 1step Up
Green Gain 1step Down
Blue Gain 1step Up
Blue Gain 1step Down
Picture Mode STANDARD
Picture Mode DYNAMIC
Picture Mode USER
H-Position 1step Up
H-Position 1step Down
V-Position 1step Up
V-Position 1step Down
Clock 1step Up
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0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x4B
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(C)
(K)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x48
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(P)
(H)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x48
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(P)
(H)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x41
0x54
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(A)
(T)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x50
0x57
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(P)
(W)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x53
0x4F
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(S)
(O)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x55
0x50
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(U)
(P)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x44
0x4E
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(D)
(N)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x52
0x54
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(R)
(T)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x4C
0x54
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(L)
(T)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x45
0x4E
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(E)
(N)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x4D
0x4E
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(M)
(N)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x41
0x54
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(A)
(T)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x49
0x46
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(R)
(I)
(F)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x41
0x4E
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(G)
(A)
(N)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x41
0x46
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(G)
(A)
(F)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x52
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(R)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x52
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(R)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x47
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(G)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x47
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(G)
(D)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x42
0x55
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(B)
(U)
(.)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x42
0x44
0x2E
(K)
(:)
(U)
(B)
(D)
(.)
Clock 1step Down
Phase 1step Up
Phase 1step Down
Auto Adjust ( only VGA input )
Remote control Power key
Remote control Source key
Remote control Up key
Remote control Down key
Remote control Right key
Remote control Left key
Remote control Select key
Remote control Menu key
Remote control Auto key
Remote control Info key
Gap adjust On
Gap adjust Off
Color Tone Red Up
Color Tone Red Down
Color Tone Green Up
Color Tone Green Down
Color Tone Blue Up
Color Tone Blue Down
53
- Control Command List
Head (2Byte) : Start code
K:
Set ID (3Byte) : Product ID ASCII code (000~099)
ALL / 001
Command (3Byte) : Product Control code
MHC
Value (3Byte) : Product Setting Value code (000~100)
001
End (1Byte) : End code
.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
V0.1
Head
(2Byte)
Set ID (3Byte)
Command (3Byte)
Value (3byte)
End
(1Byte)
Description
0x4B
0x3A
0x41
0x4C
0x4C
0x4D
0x48
0x43
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x2E
Multi Window H
(K)
(:)
(A)
(L)
(L)
(M)
(H)
(C)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(.)
Cell max ( 1~10 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x4D
0x56
0x43
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x2E
Multi Window V
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(M)
(V)
(C)
(0)
(0)
(1)
(.)
Cell max ( 1~10 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x44
0x4E
0x4F
0x30
0x30
0x32
0x2E
Multi Window Cell
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(1)
(D)
(N)
(O)
(0)
(0)
(2)
(.)
No ( 0~99 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x32
0x4D
0x48
0x47
0x30
0x30
0x33
0x2E
Multi Window H
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(2)
(M)
(H)
(G)
(0)
(0)
(3)
(.)
Gap(Edge) ( 0~40 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x33
0x4D
0x56
0x47
0x30
0x30
0x34
0x2E
Multi Window V
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(3)
(M)
(V)
(G)
(0)
(0)
(4)
(.)
Gap(Edge) ( 0~40 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x34
0x43
0x4F
0x4E
0x30
0x30
0x35
0x2E
Contrast Value
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(4)
(C)
(O)
(N)
(0)
(0)
(5)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x35
0x42
0x52
0x54
0x30
0x30
0x36
0x2E
Brightness Value
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(5)
(B)
(R)
(T)
(0)
(0)
(6)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x37
0x53
0x41
0x54
0x30
0x30
0x38
0x2E
Saturation Setting
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(7)
(S)
(A)
(T)
(0)
(0)
(8)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x38
0x53
0x48
0x41
0x30
0x30
0x39
0x2E
Sharpness Value
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(8)
(S)
(H)
(A)
(0)
(0)
(9)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x39
0x42
0x4C
0x54
0x30
0x31
0x30
0x2E
Back Light Setting
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(9)
(B)
(L)
(T)
(0)
(1)
(0)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x4F
0x46
0x2E
Red Offset Setting
(K)
(:)
(R)
(O)
(F)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x4F
0x46
0x2E
Green Offset
(K)
(:)
(G)
(O)
(F)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x4F
0x46
0x2E
Blue Offset Setting
(K)
(:)
(B)
(O)
(F)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x47
0x4E
0x2E
Red Gain Setting
(K)
(:)
(R)
(G)
(N)
(.)
( 0~255 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x47
0x4E
0x2E
Green Gain Setting
(K)
(:)
(G)
(G)
(N)
(.)
( 0~255 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x47
0x4E
0x2E
Blue Gain Setting
(K)
(:)
(B)
(G)
(N)
(.)
( 0~255 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x50
0x53
0x2E
H-Position Setting
(K)
(:)
(H)
(P)
(S)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x50
0x53
0x2E
V-Position Setting
(K)
(:)
(V)
(P)
(S)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x4C
0x4B
0x2E
Clock Setting
(K)
(:)
(C)
(L)
(K)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x48
0x53
0x2E
Phase Setting
(K)
(:)
(P)
(H)
(S)
(.)
( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
0x37
0x55
0x42
0x4C
0x30
0x39
0x38
0x2E
Color Tone Blue
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
(7)
(U)
(B)
(L)
(0)
(9)
(8)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
0x38
0x55
0x47
0x52
0x30
0x39
0x39
0x2E
Color Tone Green
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
(8)
(U)
(G)
(R)
(0)
(9)
(9)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
0x39
0x55
0x52
0x45
0x31
0x30
0x30
0x2E
Color Tone Red
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
(9)
(U)
(R)
(E)
(1)
(0)
(0)
(.)
Setting ( 0~100 )
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
54
- State Check Command List
- Head (2Byte) : Start code
K:
- Set ID (3Byte) : Product ID ASCII code (000~099)
001
- Command (3Byte) : Product Control code
MHC
- Value (3Byte) : Product Setting Value code (000~100)
001
- End (1Byte) : End code
?
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
V0.1
Head
(2Byte)
Set ID (3Byte)
Command (3Byte)
End
(1Byte)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x4D
0x48
0x43
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(M)
(H)
(C)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x4D
0x56
0x43
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(1)
(M)
(V)
(C)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x32
0x44
0x4E
0x4F
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(2)
(D)
(N)
(O)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x33
0x4D
0x48
0x47
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(3)
(M)
(H)
(G)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x34
0x4D
0x56
0x47
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(4)
(M)
(V)
(G)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x35
0x43
0x4F
0x4E
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(5)
(C)
(O)
(N)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x37
0x42
0x52
0x54
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(7)
(B)
(R)
(T)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x38
0x53
0x41
0x54
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(8)
(S)
(A)
(T)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x30
0x39
0x53
0x48
0x41
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(0)
(0)
(9)
(S)
(H)
(A)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x4C
0x54
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(B)
(L)
(T)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x4F
0x46
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(R)
(O)
(F)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x4F
0x46
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(G)
(O)
(F)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x4F
0x46
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(B)
(O)
(F)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x52
0x47
0x4E
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(R)
(G)
(N)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x47
0x47
0x4E
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(G)
(G)
(N)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x42
0x47
0x4E
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(B)
(G)
(N)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x48
0x50
0x53
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(H)
(P)
(S)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x56
0x50
0x53
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(V)
(P)
(S)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x43
0x4C
0x4B
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(C)
(L)
(K)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x50
0x48
0x53
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(P)
(H)
(S)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x42
0x4C
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(U)
(B)
(L)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x47
0x52
0x3F
(K)
(:)
(U)
(G)
(R)
(?)
0x4B
0x3A
0x55
0x52
0x45
0x3F
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Description
Multi Window H Cell max ( 1~10 )
Multi Window V Cell max ( 1~10 )
Multi Window Cell No ( 0~99 )
Multi Window H Gap(Edge) ( 0~99 )
Multi Window V Gap(Edge) ( 0~99 )
Contrast Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Brightness Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Saturation Setting ( 0~100 )
Sharpness Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Back Light Setting ( 0~100 )
Red Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
Green Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
Blue Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
Red Gain Setting ( 0~100 )
Green Gain Setting ( 0~100 )
Blue Gain Setting ( 0~100 )
H-Position Setting ( 0~100 )
V-Position Setting ( 0~100 )
Clock Setting ( 0~100 )
Phase Setting ( 0~100 )
Color Tone Blue Setting ( 0~100 )
Color Tone Green Setting ( 0~100 )
Color Tone Red Setting ( 0~100 )
55
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
(K)
(:)
(U)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x4B
0x3A
(K)
(:)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
0x39
(K)
(:)
(0)
(9)
0x4B
0x3A
0x30
(K)
(:)
(0)
•
•
•
(R)
(E)
(?)
0x50
0x4F
0x52
0x2E
(P)
(W)
(R)
(.)
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(S)
(R)
(C)
(.)
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(F)
(W)
(V)
(.)
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(M)
(D)
(T)
(.)
0x37
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(7)
(S)
(N)
( O)
(.)
0x38
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(8)
(M)
(D)
(T)
(.)
0x39
0x39
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(9)
(9)
( R)
(T)
(I)
(.)
•
Product Power status
Current source
Firmware Version Read
Product Device Type Read.
Product Device Type Read.
Product Serial N.O. Read.
Product Run time status Read.
- Response Command List
Set ID (3Byte) : Product ID ASCII code (000~099)
001
Identifier ":" ASCII code
:
Command (3Byte) : Product Control code
MHC
Identifier "=" ASCII code
"="
Value (3Byte) : Product Setting Value code (0~100)
001
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Set ID (3Byte)
Command (3Byte)
=
(1Byte)
Value (3byte)
0x30
0x30
0x30
0x3A
0x4D
0x48
0x43
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x30
(0)
(0)
(0)
(:)
(M)
(H)
(C)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(0)
0x30
0x30
0x31
0x3A
0x4D
0x56
0x43
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x31
(0)
(0)
(1)
(:)
(M)
(V)
(C)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(1)
0x30
0x30
0x32
0x3A
0x44
0x4E
0x4F
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x32
(0)
(0)
(2)
(:)
(D)
(N)
(O)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(2)
0x30
0x30
0x33
0x3A
0x4D
0x48
0x47
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x33
(0)
(0)
(3)
(:)
(M)
(H)
(G)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(3)
0x30
0x30
0x34
0x3A
0x4D
0x56
0x47
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x34
(0)
(0)
(4)
(:)
(M)
(V)
(G)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(4)
0x30
0x30
0x35
0x3A
0x43
0x4F
0x4E
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x35
(0)
(0)
(5)
(:)
(C)
(O)
(N)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(5)
0x30
0x30
0x37
0x3A
0x42
0x52
0x54
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x36
(0)
(0)
(7)
(:)
(B)
(R)
(T)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(6)
0x30
0x30
0x38
0x3A
0x53
0x41
0x54
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x38
(0)
(0)
(8)
(:)
(S)
(A)
(T)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(8)
0x30
0x30
0x39
0x3A
0x53
0x48
0x41
0x3D
0x30
0x30
0x39
(0)
(0)
(9)
(:)
(S)
(H)
(A)
(=)
(0)
(0)
(9)
0x3A
0x42
0x4C
0x54
0x3D
0x30
0x31
0x30
(:)
(B)
(L)
(T)
(=)
(0)
(1)
(0)
0x3A
0x52
0x4F
0x46
0x3D
(:)
(R)
(O)
(F)
(=)
0x3A
0x47
0x4F
0x46
0x3D
(:)
(G)
(O)
(F)
(=)
0x3A
0x42
0x4F
0x46
0x3D
(:)
(B)
(O)
(F)
(=)
0x3A
0x52
0x47
0x4E
0x3D
(:)
(R)
(G)
(N)
(=)
10
•
11
•
12
•
13
•
14
•
V0.1
:
(1Byte)
Description
Multi Window H Cell max ( 1~10 )
Multi Window V Cell max ( 1~10 )
Multi Window Cell No ( 0~99 )
Multi Window H Gap (Edge) ( 0~40 )
Multi Window V Gap (Edge) ( 0~40 )
Contrast Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Brightness Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Saturation Setting ( 0~100 )
Sharpness Value Setting ( 0~100 )
Back Light Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Red Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Green Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Blue Offset Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Red Gain Setting ( 0~255 )
56
15
•
16
•
17
•
18
•
19
•
20
•
21
•
22
•
23
•
24
•
25
•
26
•
27
•
28
29
30
V0.1
0x3A
0x47
0x47
0x4E
0x3D
(:)
(G)
(G)
(N)
(=)
0x3A
0x42
0x47
0x4E
0x3D
(:)
(B)
(G)
(N)
(=)
0x3A
0x48
0x50
0x53
0x3D
(:)
(H)
(P)
(S)
(=)
0x3A
0x56
0x50
0x53
0x3D
(:)
(V)
(P)
(S)
(=)
0x3A
0x43
0x4C
0x4B
0x3D
(:)
(C)
(L)
(K)
(=)
0x3A
0x50
0x48
0x53
0x3D
(:)
(P)
(H)
(S)
(=)
0x3A
0x55
0x42
0x4C
0x3D
(:)
(U)
(B)
(L)
(=)
0x3A
0x55
0x47
0x52
0x3D
(:)
(U)
(G)
(R)
(=)
0x3A
0x55
0x52
0x45
0x3D
(:)
(U)
(R)
(E)
(=)
0x3A
0x50
0x4F
0x4E
0x3D
(:)
(P)
(W)
(N)
(=)
0x3A
0x53
0x50
0x43
0x3D
(:)
(S)
(P)
(C)
(=)
0x3A
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(:)
(F)
(W)
(V)
(.)
0x3A
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(:)
(M)
(D)
(T)
(.)
0x30
0x39
0x37
0x3A
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(0)
(9)
(7)
(:)
(S)
(N)
( O)
(.)
0x30
0x39
0x38
0x3A
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(0)
(9)
(8)
(:)
(M)
(D)
(T)
(.)
0x30
0x39
0x39
0x3A
0x53
0x52
0x43
0x2E
(0)
(9)
(9)
(:)
( R)
(T)
(I)
(.)
•
Green Gain Setting ( 0~255 )
•
Blue Gain Setting ( 0~255 )
•
H-Position Setting ( 0~100 )
•
V-Position Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Clock Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Phase Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Color Tone Blue Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Color Tone Green Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Color Tone Red Setting ( 0~100 )
•
Product Power ON
•
Source change to PC
•
Firmware Version Read
•
Product Device Type
•
Product Device Type
•
Product Serial N.O.
•
Product Run time
57
V0.1
58
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