MID-190 User Manual

MID-190 User Manual
MID-190
Medical Image Display with 19"
TFT LCD
User Manual
Copyright
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described in this manual at any time without notice.
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Printed in Taiwan
Edition 1
MID-190 Users Manual
Part Number: 2006019000
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October 2004
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against radio frequency interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in
a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio
or television reception (this 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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from which
the receiver is connected to.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ television technician for
help.
Caution
To comply with the limits for a FCC Class B computing device, always use the shielded signal cord and
shielded power cord supplied with this unit
Caution
The Federal Communications Commission warns the
user that changes or modifications to the unit not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE WITH CANADIAN INTERFERENCE CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS
DOC COMPLIANCE NOTICE
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
DOC AVIS DE CONFORMATION
Le present appareil numerique n’emet pas de bruits radioelectriques
depassant les limites applicable aux apparei ls numeriques de la class B
prescrites dan le Reglementsur le brouillage radioelectriques edicte par le
ministere des Communications du Canada.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Power
• LCD Monitor Rated: 12 Vdc , 5.5A maximum.
• Use the type of power indicated on the marking label.
• Adapter: Only use an adapter designed for the LCD monitor (Ault /
MW116KA1249F51)
• Rating: Input 100-240 Vac, 50-60 Hz , 1.0A max.
• Output: 12 Vdc, 6.67A max.
Important
Use of another type of adapter will result in malfunction and /or danger.
• Plugs
• Do not remove any parts of the monitor’s three pronged power plug.
• Disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet when the monitor will
not be used for an indefinite period of time.
• Power and extension cords
• Use the proper power cord with the correct plug type. If the power
source is 120V AC, use a power cord that has UL and CSA approvals.
If the power source is a 240V AC supply use the tandem (T blade) type
attachment plug with a ground conductor power cord that meets the
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respective European country’s safety regulations, such as VDE for
Germany.
• We recommend using the power cord supplied with the product. However, if another type of power cord is required, power cord H05VV-F
or VW-1, 18AWG x 3G should be used.
• Do not overload wall outlets or power cords. Be sure that the total of all
units plugged into the wall outlet does not exceed 7 amperes.
• Be sure that the total ampere ratings on all units plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the rating of the cord.
• If the monitor power supply cord requires a connection to the PC
instead of the wall outlet, this equipment is to be used with a UL
approved computer which has a receptacle rate of 100-240V AC, 50/
60Hz, 1.5A (minimum).
• Do not place anything on the power cord. Do not locate this product
where a person may walk or trip over the cord.
• Environment
• Place the monitor on a flat and leveled surface.
• Place the monitor in a well-ventilated area.
• Keep the monitor away from:
• Rain or water
• Excessive heat, cold or humidify.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight.
• Dusty surroundings.
• Equipment that generates strong magnetic fields.
Warning
1. Do not use in the presence of flammable anesthetics.
2. Do not obstruct the ventilating holes.
3. Do not use if the product has been exposed to liquids.
4. Do not use if the cable have been frayed or damaged.
5. Only connect to the device which has SELV Circuitry
or Medical approval.
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Packing List
Before operating this monitor, please make sure that all items listed
below are present in your package:
• The LCD monitor
• This user manual
• Warranty statement
• AC Power cord
• AC/DC adapter
• D-sub 15-pin signal cable
• DVI Cable
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Contents
Chapter
1 General Information ....................................... 2
1.1
1.2
Introductions...................................................................... 2
Specifications .................................................................... 2
1.3
Connectors......................................................................... 4
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.4
Chapter
General ........................................................................... 2
Display Specifications ................................................... 3
Environmental Specifications ........................................ 3
Figure 1.1:MID-190 Connector Ports ............................ 4
VGA Port (DB-15) ......................................................... 4
DVI Port (D-Type) ......................................................... 4
Figure 1.2:MID-190 DVI Connector Pin Assigments ... 4
Table 1.1:Description of the DVI port ........................... 5
DC 12V Power In .......................................................... 5
Dimensions........................................................................ 6
Figure 1.3:Mech. Dim. of MID-190 Landscape View .. 6
Figure 1.4:Mech. Dim. of MID-190 Portrait View ........ 6
2 System Installation .......................................... 8
2.1
A Quick Tour of MID-190 ............................................... 8
2.2
2.3
Preparing for First-Time Use ........................................... 9
Installation Procedure....................................................... 9
Figure 2.1:Front view of MID-190 ................................ 8
Figure 2.2:Back View of the MID-190 .......................... 9
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.3.5
2.3.6
Connect DVI Cable ....................................................... 9
Figure 2.3:Connect the DVI Cable ................................ 9
Connect VGA Cable .................................................... 10
Figure 2.4:Connect the VGA Cable ............................. 10
Connect Power Adapter and Cable .............................. 10
Figure 2.5:Connect the Power Cord ............................ 10
Switch On/Off the Power ............................................ 11
Figure 2.6:Switch on/off the Power ............................. 11
Cable Management ...................................................... 12
Figure 2.7:Illustration of Cable Management .............. 12
Adjust the Four-Way Ergonomic Stand ...................... 13
Figure 2.8:Range of the 4-Way Erg. Stand Adj. .......... 13
Appendix A OSD Selections............................................... 16
A.1
A.2
Introduction ..................................................................... 16
Menu Descriptions .......................................................... 16
A.3
Auto Setup Descriptions*................................................ 17
A.4
Picture Descriptions ........................................................ 17
Figure A.1:Item ”Menu” in OSD display .................... 16
Figure A.2:Item ”AutoSetup” in OSD Display ........... 17
Figure A.3:Item ”Picture” in OSD Display ................. 17
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Table of Contents
A.4.1
A.4.2
A.4.3
A.4.4
A.4.5
A.4.6
Brightness Descriptions .............................................. 18
Figure A.4:Item ”Brightness” in OSD display ............ 18
Contrast Descriptions .................................................. 18
Figure A.5:Item ”Contrast” in OSD display ................ 18
Black Level Descriptions ............................................ 18
Figure A.6:Item ”Black level” in OSD Display .......... 18
Sharpness Descriptions* ............................................. 18
Figure A.7:Item ”Sharpness” in OSD Display ............ 18
Position Descriptions* ................................................ 19
Figure A.8:Item ”Position” in OSD Display ............... 19
Figure A.9:Item ”H-Position” in OSD Display ........... 19
Figure A.10:Item ”V-Position” in OSD display .......... 19
Clock / Phase Descriptions* ....................................... 19
Figure A.11:Item ”Clock/Phase” in OSD display ....... 19
Figure A.12:Item ”Clock” in OSD Display ................. 20
Figure A.13:Item ”Phase” in OSD Display ................. 20
A.5
Color Temp Descriptions ................................................ 21
A.6
Management Descriptions............................................... 21
Figure A.14:Item ”Color Temp” in OSD Display ....... 21
Figure A.15:Item ”RGB Adjust” in OSD Display ....... 21
A.6.1
A.6.2
A.6.3
Figure A.16:Item ”Management” in OSD Display ...... 21
OSD Display Descriptions .......................................... 22
Figure A.17:Item ”OSD Display” in OSD Display ..... 22
Figure A.18:Item ” H-Position” in OSD Display ........ 22
Figure A.19:Item ”V-Position” in OSD Display ......... 22
Language Descriptions ............................................... 22
Figure A.20:Item ”Language” in OSD Display ........... 22
Recall Descriptions ..................................................... 23
Figure A.21:Item ”Recall” in OSD Display ................ 23
A.7
Input Source Descriptions ............................................... 23
A.8
Exit Descriptions ............................................................. 23
A.9
Directory of OSD Display............................................... 24
Figure A.22:Item ”Input Source” in OSD display ....... 23
Figure A.23:Item ”Exit” in OSD Display .................... 23
Figure A.24:Directory of the MID-190 OSD .............. 24
Appendix B Timing of Input Signal.................................. 26
B.1
Definition ........................................................................ 26
MIC-3780 User Manual
Table B.1:Acceptable Freq. and Res. of Input Signal . 27
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CHAPTER
1
2
General Information
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Chapter 1 General Information
1.1 Introductions
With style, versatility and visual brilliance, the LCD monitor incorporates
analog and digital interfaces. The LCD monitor provides the utmost in
display performance and compatibility of today’s analog video standards
while guaranteeing compatibility for tomorrow’s advanced digital standards. This sleek ergonomically designed TFT display provides flexible
four-way adjustments for optimum desktop use. Furthermore, its portrait
mode provides maximum internet browsing convenience as considerably
less scrolling required.
The LCD monitor is the ultimate flat panel solution for those who prefer
more desktop working space, the highest video performance and flexibility, due to its smaller footprint and size coupling with crisp, sharp display
image quality.
We truly believe you will enjoy using the LCD monitor. Thank you for
making our product your choice.
1.2 Specifications
1.2.1 General
• Dimensions (W x H x D): 431 x 467 x 239mm (17.0”x18.4”x9.4”) –
with the base
• Net Weight: 8.5 kg (18.6 lbs.)
• Power Consumption: < 60W
• Power (AC/DC Adapter):
Input: 100~240 Vac, 60/50Hz, 1.0 A max.
Output: 12 Vdc, 6.67A max
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1.2.2 Display Specifications
• Panel Size/Type: 19" TFT Active Matrix LCD, anti-glare and
hard(2H) coated
• Display Size (H x V): 376.3mm x 301.1mm (14.8” x 11.8”)
• Pixel Pitch (H x V): 0.294mm x 0.294mm
• Maximum Resolution: SXGA 1280 x 1024
• Display Color: 16.7 million true color
• Contrast Ratio: 500:1
• Brightness: 250 cd/m2
• Viewing Angle: 170o (Left/Right) 170 o (Up/Down)
• Digital Signal Input: DVI D-type Connecter
• Analog Signal Input: 15 pin D-Sub Connecter (0.7 Vpp / 75 Ohm)
1.2.3 Environmental Specifications
• Operating Temperature: 41 oF to 95 oF (5 oC to 35 oC)
• Operating Humidity: 20% to 80% (No Condensation)
• Operating Altitude: 10,000 ft.
• Storage Temperature: -4 oF to 131 oF (-20 oC to 55 oC)
• Storage Humidity: 10% to 90% (No Condensation)
• Storage Altitude: 30,000 ft.
• Transportation Temperature: -4 oF to 131 oF (-20 oC to 55 oC)
• Transportation Humidity: 10% to 90% (No Condensation)
• Transportation Altitude: 30,000 ft.
• Compliance: FCC-B, CSA(C-UL), UL,CE, TUV, EPA Energy Star
Warning
Do not disassemble this monitor. Contact your dealer if
needed.
Warning
According to factory specifications, during the precise
manufacturing process of LCD panels, inevitably there
will be some defective color pixels.
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1.3 Connectors
Figure 1.1: MID-190 Connector Ports
The following connectors are situated on the left-hand side of the MID190 Series:
1.3.1 VGA Port (DB-15)
This DB-15 connector can be connected to the system via the external 15pin DB-15 connector located on the left side of the system unit. (See
Figure 1-1)
1.3.2 DVI Port (D-Type)
This DVI connector is a DVI input port that can be connected to the system via the external DVI connector located on the left side of the system
unit.
Figure 1.2: MID-190 DVI Connector Pin Assigments
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Table 1.1: Description of the DVI port
Pin No.
Function Description
1
T.M.D.S. Data2-
2
T.M.D.S. Data2+
3
T.M.D.S. Data2/4 Shield
4
T.M.D.S. Data4-
5
T.M.D.S. Data4+
6
DDC Clock
7
DDC Data
8
NC
9
T.M.D.S. Data1-
10
T.M.D.S. Data1+
11
T.M.D.S. Data1/3 Shield
12
T.M.D.S. Data3-
13
T.M.D.S. Data3+
14
+5V Power
15
Ground (for +5V)
16
Hot Plug detect
17
T.M.D.S. Data0-
18
T.M.D.S. Data0+
19
T.M.D.S. Data0/5 Shield
20
T.M.D.S. Data5-
21
T.M.D.S. Data5+
22
T.M.D.S Clock Shield
23
T.M.D.S Clock
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T.M.D.S Data
1.3.3 DC 12V Power In
This connector will be connected to the DC 12V Switching Power Supply. (See Figure 1-1)
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1.4 Dimensions
Figure 1.3: Mechanical Dimensions of MID-190 Landscape View
Figure 1.4: Mechanical Dimensions of MID-190 Portrait View
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CHAPTER
2
2
System Installation
This chapter shows how to setup your
MID-190.
Sections Include
• A quick tour of MID-190
• Preparing for first-time use
• Installation Procedure
Chapter 2 System Installation
2.1 A Quick Tour of MID-190
Before you start to set up the MID-190, take a moment to become familiar with the locations and purposes of the controls, drives, connectors and
ports, which are illustrated in the figures below. When you place the
MID-190 upright on the desktop, its front panel appears as shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2.1: Front view of MID-190
This LED indicator turns green when the power is switched ON and the
power cord is properly attached. It turns amber when the monitor goes
into a power saving mode (Standby, Active Off)
The Control Dial is a multi-functional device located behind the LED
Indicator on the right side of the front bezel. It has three movements rotate upward, rotate downward and press inward as a button. While the
monitor is on (green LED and image on the screen), pressing on the Control Dial activates the OSD. While the OSD menu is active, use the three
way movements of the Control Dial to adjust the monitor. The more detail
information please reference to Appendix A OSD Selections
When you open the connector cover, you will see thee I/O ports, including the power inlet, DVI port, and VGA port.
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Figure 2.2: Back View of the MID-190
2.2 Preparing for First-Time Use
No tools are required to set up the LCD monitor. Simply follow the
instructions outlined in the next few sections. Connectors for the signal
cables and power are located on the back of the panel behind the cover
door.
2.3 Installation Procedure
2.3.1 Connect DVI Cable
Connect the DVI cable to the DVI connector of the monitor. If the cable
does not seem to fit, it may be facing the wrong direction. Please turn the
cable over and try again.
Figure 2.3: Connect the DVI Cable
Caution
When using the DVI port, please disconnect the VGA
connector.
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2.3.2 Connect VGA Cable
Attach the VGA signal cable end, which has the ferrite core furthest away
from the plug, to the monitor and attach the other end to the graphics card
adapter on your computer.
Be cautious in inserting the cable properly into both connectors. If the
cable does not seem to fit it may be facing the wrong direction. Turn the
cable over and try to match the shape of the connector with that of the
graphics adapter.
Figure 2.4: Connect the VGA Cable
Caution
When using the VGA port, please disconnect the DVI
connector.
2.3.3 Connect Power Adapter and Cable
1. Connect the round shape plug end of the AC/DC adapter to the DC
Power input connector of the LCD monitor.
2. Connect the female end of the power cable to the AC power input
receptacle on the AC/DC adapter.
3. Then, plug the male end of the power cable into an AC outlet.
Figure 2.5: Connect the Power Cord
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2.3.4 Switch On/Off the Power
Press the Control Dial to power the unit on from the off stage (the LED is
off). To turn the power off, press the Control Dial and hold for at least 1
second until the LED turns off.
Figure 2.6: Switch on/off the Power
Caution
When you disconnect the cord/cables, be sure to hold
the connector and not the cable itself.
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2.3.5 Cable Management
The LCD monitor has built-in cable guides and cover to help you organize and route the cables neatly on your desktop space. The cable cover is
located on the back of the monitor stand and it is opened by gently pulling
it off the stand. Under the cover, the cables can be held in position by
numerous clips.
There are several ways to route the cables and you may use any way you
find suitable for your situation. However, the routing method illustrated
by the drawing on the Figure 2.7 is recommended to give the best result in
most situations both aesthetically and functionally. Once the cables are in
position, gently snap the cover back on to the stand.
Figure 2.7: Illustration of Cable Management
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2.3.6 Adjust the Four-Way Ergonomic Stand
Adjust the four-way (tilt, height, swivel and pivot) ergonomic stand for
your maximum viewing comfort. To minimize eye fatigue, we suggest
you allow a minimum viewing distance of 18 inches.
Figure 2.8: Range of the Four-Way Ergonomic Stand Adjustment
Caution
In order to protect the LCD, be sure to hold the edge of
bezel whenever you adjust it and do not touch the
screen.
Caution
Before pivoting to portrait mode, tilt the panel up to the
maximum (20o) upward angle so that the corner of it
does not touch the base while rotating.
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A
APPENDIX
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OSD Selections
This appendix shows the functionality
of all selections in the OSD menu.
Appendix A OSD Selections
A.1 Introduction
The OSD menu is activated by pressing the Control Dial inward, and you
can select and adjust the function of your choice by rotating and clicking
the Control Dial. The main menu displays a list of submenu icons and the
current video input mode. Rotate the dial to move the highlights to the
control you would like to adjust, then press the Control Dial inward to
select that control or to activate that function.
Depending on the control you selected, a submenu of the control with a
status bar will appear. The status bar indicates in which direction, from
the factory preset, your adjustments are being made. Rotate the Control
Dial to adjust the control.
When you have finished making the adjustments, the setting is saved
automatically by exiting the control function. If you do not touch the control dial for 20 seconds, the OSD is automatically exited saving your current settings.
A.2 Menu Descriptions
The LCD monitor is capable of accepting both digital and analog signal
inputs and therefore has two different sets of OSD control functions.
Because the digital signaling always gives optimum display quality without much adjustment, it requires much less OSD functions than the analog input mode. The functions that are not available in digital input mode
are Auto Setup, Sharpness, Position, Clock/phase, denoted by asterisk (*)
in the following descriptions. If selected while in digital input mode, you
will encounter a “Not Available” message.
Figure A.1: Item ”Menu” in OSD display
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A.3 Auto Setup Descriptions*
Selecting and executing this control makes automatic adjustments to the
horizontal and vertical size, horizontal and vertical positions, frequency
and phase for a quick and easy setup of the display. There will be a few
seconds of delay while the Auto Setup function is in process.
Figure A.2: Item ”AutoSetup” in OSD Display
A.4 Picture Descriptions
Selecting this control allows you to select brightness, contrast, black
level, sharpness, position, or clock/phase.
Figure A.3: Item ”Picture” in OSD Display
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A.4.1 Brightness Descriptions
Selecting this control allows you to make adjustments to the luminosity
level of the display screen in the scale of 0 to 100.
Rotating the Control Dial up/down to adjust the Brightness any time
while the OSD is off.
Figure A.4: Item ”Brightness” in OSD display
A.4.2 Contrast Descriptions
Selecting this control allows you to make adjustments to the contrast
level of the display screen in a scale of 0 to 100.
Figure A.5: Item ”Contrast” in OSD display
A.4.3 Black Level Descriptions
Selecting this control allows you to make adjustments to the black level
of the display screen in the scale of 0 to 100.
Figure A.6: Item ”Black level” in OSD Display
A.4.4 Sharpness Descriptions*
Selecting this control allows you to make adjustments to the sharpness of
the display screen in the 5 levels of 0, 25, 50, 75, 100.
Figure A.7: Item ”Sharpness” in OSD Display
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A.4.5 Position Descriptions*
Selecting this control, then rotate Control Dial to select the Horizontal or
Vertical position control on the screen.
Figure A.8: Item ”Position” in OSD Display
A.4.5.1 H-Position (Horizontal Position)*
Select this control and then use the Control Dial to center the image horizontally on the screen.
Figure A.9: Item ”H-Position” in OSD Display
A.4.5.2 V-Position (Vertical Position)*
Select this control and then use the Control Dial to center the image vertically on the screen.
Figure A.10: Item ”V-Position” in OSD display
A.4.6 Clock / Phase Descriptions*
Selecting this control allows you to adjust the ADC (analog/digital conversion) sampling clock phase so that the screen image appear crisp and
focused. Normally, the Auto Tune is sufficient to complete this task in the
automatic way without user intervention; the Phase control allows you to
adjust it manually in more precise manner.
Figure A.11: Item ”Clock/Phase” in OSD display
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A.4.6.1 Clock*
Selecting this control allows you to adjust the frequency, sampling rate of
horizontal pixels, to equal the video source’s value, thus minimizing the
screen artifacts of shimmering vertical lines.
Figure A.12: Item ”Clock” in OSD Display
A.4.6.2 Phase*
Selecting this control allows you to adjust the ADC (analog/ digital conversion) sampling clock phase so that the screen image appear crisp and
focused. Normally, the Auto Tune is sufficient to complete this task in the
automatic way without user intervention; the Phase control allows you to
adjust it manually in more precise manner.
The Phase and Clock adjustments allow you to more closely adjust your
monitor to your preference. If satisfactory results are not obtained using
the Phase adjustment, use the Clock adjustment and then use Phase again.
Figure A.13: Item ”Phase” in OSD Display
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A.5 Color Temp Descriptions
Select and use the Control Dial to select preset color temperatures for
Cool, Neutral , Warm or User for custom red, green and blue levels.
Figure A.14: Item ”Color Temp” in OSD Display
• Cool: Selecting this control then use control dial to select cool. Ideal
for general use, CAD/CAM.
• Neutral : Selecting this control then use control dial to select neutral.
Ideal for desktop publishing.
• Warm : Selecting this control then use control dial to select warm.
Ideal for photo retouching.
• User : Adjust the Red (R-Gain), G (G-Gain) and B (B-Gain) individually to match personal preference.
Figure A.15: Item ”RGB Adjust” in OSD Display
A.6 Management Descriptions
Selecting this control, then use Control Dial to select OSD Display, Language, Source or Recall.
Figure A.16: Item ”Management” in OSD Display
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A.6.1 OSD Display Descriptions
Selecting this submenu allows you to adjust various settings of the OSD
to make the display adjustment process an easier task.
Figure A.17: Item ”OSD Display” in OSD Display
A.6.1.1 OSD Horizontal Position
Selecting this control allows you to move the OSD menu horizontally on
the screen.
Figure A.18: Item ” H-Position” in OSD Display
A.6.1.2 OSD Vertical Position
Selecting this control allows you to move the OSD menu vertically..
Figure A.19: Item ”V-Position” in OSD Display
A.6.2 Language Descriptions
Selecting this control, then rotate the Control Dial to select the language
you want. Press the Control Dial to execute when selected.
Figure A.20: Item ”Language” in OSD Display
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A.6.3 Recall Descriptions
Selecting this control restores all of the OSD control adjustments to the
factory default settings.
Figure A.21: Item ”Recall” in OSD Display
A.7 Input Source Descriptions
Selecting this control allows you to select between Digital DVI and Analog RGB signal inputs.
Figure A.22: Item ”Input Source” in OSD display
A.8 Exit Descriptions
Selecting this exits the OSD.
Figure A.23: Item ”Exit” in OSD Display
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A.9 Directory of OSD Display
Figure A.24: Directory of the MID-190 OSD
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APPENDIX
B
2
Timing of Input Signals
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Appendix B Timing of Input Signal
B.1 Definition
The LCD monitor is a dual input type LCD monitor that is capable of
accepting both traditional analog RGB video signals and the new digital
DVI (Digital Visual Interface) signals. For digital DVI input, the LCD
monitor will support resolutions used in the digital DVI standard up to
1280 x 1024.
Due to its digital design and the implementation of this new digital standard interface, setting the frequency mode will be handled automatically
between the monitor and the digital graphic card adapter.
For analog input, the LCD monitor operates at horizontal frequencies
between 30 kHz and 92 kHz, with vertical frequencies between 50 Hz and
85 Hz. Because of its microprocessor-based design, it offers auto-synchronization and auto-sizing capabilities. This monitor offers 20 preprogrammed settings that are listed in Table B.1. These preset modes cover
most of the common video modes supported by popular graphics adapters. However, each adapter’s implementation of these video modes may
vary slightly in timings.
Note that the monitor is not limited to these preset factory timing modes.
Because the monitor is multi-scanning, it can accept any signal within its
specified frequency range. Due to its Auto Adjustment capability, the
monitor sets up clock frequency, phase, position and contrast level automatically when a new video mode is encountered.
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Table B.1: Acceptable Frequency and Resolution of Input Signal
Mode
Name
Resolution
H
V
H(kHz)
V(Hz)
VGA
720
400
31.5
70
640
480
31.5
60
640
480
37.9
72
640
480
37.5
75
640
480
43.3
85
800
600
35.1
56
800
600
37.9
60
800
600
48.1
72
800
600
46.9
75
800
600
53.7
85
1024
768
48.4
60
1024
768
56.5
70
1024
768
60.0
75
VESA
Mac
Frequency
1024
768
68.7
85
1280
1024
64.0
60
1280
1024
80.0
75
1280
1024
75.0
60
1600
1200
75.0
60
640
480
35.0
67
832
624
49.7
75
1024
768
60.2
75
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