DR-17P LCD Display
User Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information.............................................................................................................4
FCC Declaimers........................................................................................................................................ 4
WEEE........................................................................................................................................................ 5
Hg.............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Precautions........................................................................................................................7
Notice........................................................................................................................................................ 7
Cautions When Setting Up........................................................................................................................ 7
Cautions When Using................................................................................................................................ 8
Cleaning and Maintenance........................................................................................................................ 8
Symbol Meaning........................................................................................................................................ 8
Notice for the LCD Display........................................................................................................................ 9
Chapter 1: Product Description.......................................................................................11
1.1 Package Contents............................................................................................................................... 11
1.2 Wall Mounting Installation Preparation................................................................................................ 12
1.2.2
Removing the Base Stand....................................................................................................... 12
1.2.1
Wall Mounting........................................................................................................................... 12
1.3 LCD Display Overview........................................................................................................................ 13
1.3.1
Front View and Keypad Buttons............................................................................................... 13
1.3.2
Rear View................................................................................................................................. 14
Chapter 2: Making Connections.......................................................................................15
2.1 Connecting the Power......................................................................................................................... 15
2.2 Connecting Input Source Signals........................................................................................................ 16
2.2.1
Connecting a Computer........................................................................................................... 16
Using VGA Cables.......................................................................................................................... 16
Using DVI Cables............................................................................................................................ 16
Connecting an Audio Device........................................................................................................... 17
2.2.2
Connecting a Camera or Video Device.................................................................................... 17
Using CVBS Cables........................................................................................................................ 17
Using S-Video Cables..................................................................................................................... 18
Chapter 3: Using the LCD Display...................................................................................19
3.1 Turning on the Power.......................................................................................................................... 19
3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal....................................................................................................... 19
3.3 Adjusting the Volume........................................................................................................................... 20
3.4 Locking the OSD Menu....................................................................................................................... 20
3.5 Using Picture-in-Picture (PIP)............................................................................................................. 21
3.5.1
PIP Options.............................................................................................................................. 21
3.5.2
PIP Swap.................................................................................................................................. 22
3.6 Using ROTATE Function..................................................................................................................... 22
3.7 Using Auto Adjustment Function......................................................................................................... 23
Chapter 4: On Screen Display Menu...............................................................................24
4.1 Using the OSD Menu.......................................................................................................................... 24
4.2 OSD Menu Tree.................................................................................................................................. 26
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 5: Adjusting the Settings....................................................................................29
5.1 Brightness Setting............................................................................................................................... 29
5.2 Colour Setting...................................................................................................................................... 30
5.3 Image Setting (VGA only).................................................................................................................... 31
5.4 Image Setting (Video signals)............................................................................................................. 32
5.5 PIP Setting.......................................................................................................................................... 34
5.6 OSD Setting........................................................................................................................................ 36
5.7 Audio Setting....................................................................................................................................... 37
5.8 Other Setting....................................................................................................................................... 38
5.9 Auto Brightness................................................................................................................................... 40
5.9.1 EcoSmart Sensor........................................................................................................................ 40
5.10 Input Select....................................................................................................................................... 41
Chapter 6: Appendix.........................................................................................................42
6.1 Warning Messages.............................................................................................................................. 42
6.2 Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................... 43
6.3 Transporting the LCD Display............................................................................................................. 44
Chapter 7: Specifications.................................................................................................45
7.1 Display Specifications......................................................................................................................... 45
7.2 Display Dimensions............................................................................................................................. 46
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Safety Information
SAFETY INFORMATION
This FCC Class-B compliant digital device
complies with the Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations of Canada.
FCC Declaimers
This device complies with Section 15 of the FCC listing. The
operation procedures must meet the following conditions: (1)
the device must not cause any damaging interference; and (2)
this device must accept any received interference, including any
unpredictable interference that may possibly occur.
Dear users,
This device has passed the Class B digital service regulations and
complies with Section 15 of the FCC listing; these are intended to
provide reasonable warranty against damaging interference for
home use. This device will produce, use, and emit radio frequency
energy; therefore, installation or use without following the instructions
given may cause damaging interference to radio communication.
Nonetheless, it is not possible to state with certainty that interference
will occur from specific installations. If this device has caused
damaging interference to radio or TV signals (simply turn the device
on and off to check if such interference is caused by the device), we
recommend that you fix the interference using the following methods:
• Readjust the direction or location of the antenna.
• Increase the distance between this device and the receiver.
• Consult your local dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
Warning:
Making changes or modifications to
the device without the permission
from an authorized dealer may void
the warranty of this device.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
WEEE
Information for users applicable in European Union countries.
The symbol on the product or its packaging signifies that this product has to be
disposed separately from ordinary household wastes at its end of life. Please
kindly be aware that this is your responsibility to dispose electronic equipment at
recycling centers so as to help conserve natural resources. Each country in the
European Union should have its collection centers for electrical and electronic
equipment recycling. For information about your recycling drop off area, please
contact your local related electrical and electronic equipment waste management
authority or the retailer where you bought the product.
Hg
Lamp Disposal
LAMP(S) inside this product contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of
according to local, state, or federal laws. For more information, contact the electronic
industries alliance at www.eiae.org for lamp specific disposal information check
www.lamprecycle.org.
Vermont Hg directive
Title 10: Conservation and Development
Chapter 164: COMPREHENSIVE MERCURY MANAGEMENT
§ 7106. Labeling of mercury-aided products
Contains Mercury, Dispose of Properly
Standard
Test item
RAD & CON
EN55011(EMI)
Harmonic
EN61000-3-2
Flicker
EN61000-3-3
ESD
EN60601-1-2:2007
Standard
IEC 61000-4-2: 2008
RS
IEC 61000-4-3: 2006+A1:2007+A2:2010
EFT
IEC 61000-4-4: 2012
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5: 2005
CS
IEC 61000-4-6: 2008
PFM
IEC 61000-4-8: 2009
DIP
IEC 61000-4-11: 2004
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions
The model DR-17P is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the model DR-17P should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment – guidance
RF emissions
The model DR-17P uses RF energy only for its internal
CISPR 11
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low
and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby
electronic equipment.
RF emissions
The model DR-17P is suitable for use in all
CISPR 11
establishments, including domestic establishments
Harmonic emissions
and those directly connected to the public low-voltage
IEC 61000-3-2
power supply network that supplies buildings used for
domestic purposes.
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Recommended separation distances between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the model DR-17P
The model DR-17P is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances
are controlled. The customer or the user of the model DR-17P can help prevent electromagnetic
interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications
equipment (transmitters) and the model DR-17P as recommended below, according to the maximum output
power of the communications equipment.
Rated maximum
output power of
transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 1,2
d = 1,2
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
d = 2,3
0,01
0,12
0,12
0,23
0,1
0,38
0,38
0,73
1
1,2
1,2
2,3
10
3,8
3,8
7,3
100
12
12
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For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d
in metres (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is
the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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Precautions
PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Symbols used in this manual
This icon indicates the existence of a potential hazard that could result in personal injury
or damage to the product.
This icon indicates important operating and servicing information.
Notice
• Read this User Manual carefully before using the LCD display and keep it for future reference.
• The product specifications and other information provided in this User Manual are for reference only. All
information is subject to change without notice. Updated content can be downloaded from our web site at
http://www.agneovo.com.
• To register online, go to http://www.agneovo.com.
• To protect your rights as a consumer, do not remove any stickers from the LCD display. Doing so may
affect the determination of the warranty period.
ISO 7000-1641 Operating instructions
Cautions When Setting Up
Do not place the LCD display near heat sources, such as a heater, exhaust vent, or in direct
sunlight.
Do not cover or block the ventilation holes in the housing.
Place the LCD display on a stable area. Do not place the LCD display where it may subject
to vibration or shock.
Place the LCD display in a well-ventilated area.
Do not place the LCD display outdoors.
Do not place the LCD display in a dusty or humid environment.
Do not spill liquid or insert sharp objects into the LCD display through the ventilation holes.
Doing so may cause accidental fire, electric shock or damage the LCD display.
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PRECAUTIONS
Cautions When Using
Use only the power cord supplied with the LCD
display.
The power outlet should be installed near the LCD
display and be easily accessible.
If an extension cord is used with the LCD display,
ensure that the total current consumption plugged
into the power outlet does not exceed the ampere
rating.
Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do
not place the LCD display where the power cord
may be stepped on.
If the LCD display will not be used for an indefinite
Warning:
Unplug the power cord
from the power outlet and
refer to qualified service
personnel under the following
conditions:
♦♦ When the power cord is
damaged.
♦♦ If the LCD display has been
period of time, unplug the power cord from the
dropped or the housing has
power outlet.
been damaged.
To disconnect the power cord, grasp and pull by the
plug head. Do not tug on the cord; doing so may
♦♦ If the LCD display emits smoke
or a distinct odor.
cause fire or electric shock.
Do not unplug or touch the power cord with wet
hands.
Warning:
Cleaning and Maintenance
The LCD display comes with NeoVTM Optical Glass.
Use a soft cloth to clean the glass surface and the
housing.
The display can be cleaned using a cloth moistened
with 95% ethyl alcohol.
Do not rub or tap the surface of the glass with sharp
or abrasive items such as a pen or screwdriver. This
may result in scratching the surface of the glass.
Do not attempt to service the LCD display yourself,
refer to qualified service personnel. Opening or
removing the covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other risks.
Ceiling mount or mount
on any other horizontal
surface overhead are not
advisable.
Installation in contravention of
the instructions may result in
undesirable consequences,
particularly hurting people and
damaging property. Users who
have already mounted the
display on the ceiling or any
other horizontal surface overhead
are strongly advised to contact
AG Neovo for consultations and
solutions to help ensure a most
Symbol Meaning
pleasurable and fulfilling display
IEC 60417-5031 Direct current
experience.
IEC 60417-5009 STAND-BY
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PRECAUTIONS
Notice for the LCD Display
In order to maintain the stable luminous performance, it is recommended to use low brightness setting.
Due to the lifespan of the lamp, it is normal that the brightness quality of the LCD display may decrease
with time.
When static images are displayed for long periods of time, the image may cause an imprint on the LCD
display. This is called image retention or burn-in.
To prevent image retention, do any of the following:
• Set the LCD display to turn off after a few minutes of being idle.
• Use a screen saver that has moving graphics or a blank white image.
• Switch desktop backgrounds regularly.
• Adjust the LCD display to low brightness settings.
• Turn off the LCD display when the system is not in use.
Things to do when the LCD display shows image retention:
• Turn off the LCD display for extended periods of time. It can be several hours or several days.
• Use a screen saver and run it for extended periods of time.
• Use a black and white image and run it for extended periods of time.
When the LCD display is moved from one room to another or there is a sudden change from low to high
ambient temperature, dew condensation may form on or inside the glass surface. When this happens, do
not turn on the LCD display until the dew disappears.
Due to humid weather conditions, it is normal for mist to form inside the glass surface of the LCD display.
The mist will disappear after a few days or as soon as the weather stabilizes.
There are millions of micro transistors inside the LCD display. It is normal for a few transistors to be
damaged and to produce spots. This is acceptable and is not considered a failure.
The intended use of the DR-17P is to serve as a LCD monitor for integration with the hospital system. It is
designed for general purpose for hospital environment. For displaying and viewing of images for reference.
The use of this device does not require any direct contact with patients.
Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be in compliance with the
respective nationally harmonized IEC standards (i.e. IEC 60950 for data processing equipment, IEC 60065
for video equipment, IEC 61010-1 for laboratory equipment, and IEC 60601-1 for medical equipment.)
Furthermore all configurations shall comply with the system standard IEC 60601-1-1. Everybody who
connects additional equipment to the signal input part or signal output part configures a medical system,
and is therefore, responsible that the system complies with the requirements of the system standard
IEC 60601-1-1. The unit is for exclusive interconnection with IEC 60601-1 certified equipment in the patient
environment and IEC 60XXX certified equipment outside of the patient environment. If in doubt, consult the
technical services department or your local representative.
Grounding reliability can only be achieved when the equipment is connected to an equivalent receptacle
marked “Hospital Only” or “Hospital Grade”.
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PRECAUTIONS
Notice for the LCD Display
Use a power cord that matches the voltage of the power outlet, which has been approved and complies
with the safety standard of your particular country.
WARNING – Do not modify this equipment without authorization of the manufacturer.
WARNING – To avoid risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to a supply mains with
protective earth.
CAUTION: This adapter Manufacturer/model is a forming part of the medical device.
♦♦ Adapter manufacturer/model: ADAPTER TECH / ATM065-P240.
♦♦ Input/output: 100-240V~50-60Hz 1.6-0.7A / 24V(
) 2.71A.
WARNING: Use suitable mounting apparatus to avoid risk of injury.
CAUTION: Make sure the user not to contact SIP/SOPs and the patient at the same time.
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Chapter 1: Product Description
CHAPTER 1: PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.1 Package Contents
When unpacking, check if the following items are included in
the package. If any of them is missing or damaged, contact your
dealer.
LCD Display
User manual
Warranty card
Power cord
VGA cable
Power adapter
Audio cable
Note:
♦♦ The pictures are for reference
only. Actual items may vary upon
shipment.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.2 Wall Mounting Installation Preparation
1.2.1
1
Wall Mounting
Note:
Remove the base stand.
To protect the glass panel, place a
See procedures below.
2
towel or soft cloth before laying the
LCD display down.
Wall mount the LCD display.
Screw the mounting bracket to the VESA holes at
the rear of the LCD display.
100mm
100mm
75mm
75mm
1.2.2
1
Removing the Base Stand
Note:
Lay the LCD display
Take measures to prevent the
face down on a flat
LCD display from falling down
even surface.
2
and lessen possible injury and
Remove the six
damage to the display in case of
screws securing the
earthquakes or other disasters.
base stand from the
♦♦ Use only the 75 x 75 mm and
LCD display.
3
100 x 100 mm wall mount kit
recommended by AG Neovo.
Detach the base
♦♦ Secure the LCD display on a
stand.
solid wall strong enough to bear
its weight.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3 LCD Display Overview
1.3.1
Keypad
Front View and Keypad Buttons
1
1 Display screen
The LCD display screen is protected by
6
NeoVTM Optical Glass.
2 SOURCE
• Press repeatedly to select the input signal
INPUT
SELECT
2
MENU
3
PIP
SELECT
4
SWAP/
ROTATE
5
VOL
DOWN
6
VOL
UP
7
AUTO ADJ.
8
POWER/
LED
9
LEFT
• Press to decrease the volume.
• During OSD menu selection, press to adjust the
settings.
7
source.
RIGHT
• Press to increase the volume.
• During OSD menu selection, press to select an
option and adjust the settings.
3 MENU
• Press to display the OSD menu.
Illuminator Function Hot Key
• Press again to hide the OSD menu.
Press and hold
and for 3 seconds to turn the
screen completely white to enable you to see the
light box for the x-ray film. To change the screen
4 UP
• Press repeatedly to select PIP option.
back to normal display mode, press and hold
and
• During OSD menu selection, press to move
up a menu or submenu.
8
5 DOWN
AUTO
• For VGA input signal source, press to perform
auto adjustment.
• During OSD menu selection, press to close the
• Press to swap the PIP main and sub
OSD menu or exit a submenu.
picture.
• When PIP is off, press to rotate the image
180°.
for 3 seconds again.
9
POWER / LED indicator
• Press to turn the power on or off.
Green - Power on
• During OSD menu selection, press to move
up a menu or submenu.
Amber - Standby mode
Off - Power off
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3.2
Rear View
S-VIDEO
5
Video
6
L
RCA
7
R
DC IN
1
1
DVI
2
D-SUB
AUDIO IN
3
DC power input
4
5
Use to connect the power cord.
S-Video connector
Use to connect AV cables for the
S-Video signal.
2
3
4
DVI connector
6
COMPOSITE Video input connector
Use to connect a PC using DVI cable
Use to connect a composite cable for
for digital input signal.
CVBS input signal.
VGA connector
7
COMPOSITE Audio input connectors
Use to connect a PC using a VGA cable for
Use to connect RCA cables for CVBS /
analogue input signal.
S-Video audio signal.
Audio port
Use to connect an audio cable for the
PC’s audio input.
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Chapter 2: Making Connections
CHAPTER 2: MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.1 Connecting the Power
1
Connect the power cord to the power adapter.
2
Connect the power adapter to the DC power input at the rear of the LCD display.
3
Connect the power cord plug to a power outlet or a power supply.
DC IN
Caution:
♦♦ Make sure that the LCD display is
not connected to the power outlet
before making any connections.
Connecting cables while the power
is ON may cause electric shock or
personal injury.
Caution:
♦♦ When unplugging the power cord,
hold the power cord by the plug
head. Never pull by the cord.
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
2.2 Connecting Input Source Signals
2.2.1
Connecting a Computer
Using VGA Cables
Connect one end of a D-sub cable to the VGA connector of the LCD display and the other end to the D-sub
connector of the computer.
D-SUB
Using DVI Cables
Connect one end of a DVI cable to the DVI connector of the LCD display and the other end to the DVI
connector of the computer.
DVI
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Connecting an Audio Device
Connect one end of an audio cable to the audio port at the rear of the LCD display and the other end to the
audio out port of the computer.
AUDIO IN
2.2.2
Connecting a Camera or Video Device
Using CVBS Cables
Connect one end of a CVBS cable
to the COMPOSITE connector of the
LCD display and the other end to
the COMPOSITE connector of your
Video
device.
L
For audio input, connect the RCA
RCA
R
cables to the audio in connectors of
the LCD display and the audio out
connectors of your device.
or
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Using S-Video Cables
Connect one end of an S-Video
cable to the S-VIDEO connector of
the LCD display and the other end
to the S-VIDEO connector of your
device.
S-VIDEO
For audio input, connect an RCA
cable to the audio in connector of
the LCD display and the audio out
connector of your device.
or
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Chapter 3: Using the LCD Display
CHAPTER 3: USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.1 Turning on the Power
1
2
Plug the power cord to a power outlet
or power supply.
Note:
Touch the POWER button to turn the
♦♦ The LCD display still consumes
LCD display on.
power as long as the power
cord is connected to the power
The LED indicator turns GREEN.
When the LCD display is turned on,
cord to completely cut off
touch the POWER button to turn off the
power.
outlet. Disconnect the power
LCD display.
The LED indicator turns off.
POWER button /
LED indicator
Notes:
♦♦ After selecting an input source
signal, the input source signal
message appears on the
3.2 Selecting the Input Source Signal
screen briefly.
SOURCE button
For example, CVBS is selected
the following message is
displayed.
1
Touch the
button to select the input
CVBS
INPUT
source signal.
♦♦ If the selected input source
signal is not connected to the
LCD display or is turned off, the
no signal message is displayed
on the screen.
NO
SIGNAL
♦♦ If the resolution or the graphics
card of the connected computer
is set too high, the input out of
range message is displayed.
INPUT SIGNAL
OUT OF RANGE
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USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.3 Adjusting the Volume
1
Touch either the
2
Touch the
button to increase volume.
Touch the
button to decrease volume.
To mute the audio, set the volume to 0.
or
buttons to call out the volume bar.
VOLUME buttons
3.4 Locking the OSD Menu
Lock the OSD menu to protect the LCD display from unauthorised users or from accidentally pressing the
keypad.
To lock the OSD, press and hold the keypad buttons listed below for at least 5 seconds or until the
OSD
LOCK OUT
message appears.
When the OSD is locked, all keypad buttons are inactivated.
Type of OSD Lock
Lock all buttons
Lock Operation
Touch and hold the
,
, and the
buttons for 5 seconds.
Lock all buttons except
Touch and hold the
the POWER button.
buttons for 5 seconds.
,
Unlock Operation
Touch and hold the
,
, and the
buttons for 5 seconds or until the OSD
menu appears.
, and the
Touch and hold the
, and the
buttons for 5 seconds or until the OSD
menu appears.
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,
USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.5 Using Picture-in-Picture (PIP)
The Picture-in-Picture (PIP) feature allows viewing of more than
one input source signal on the LCD display.
3.5.1
PIP Options
Touch the
Info:
button repeatedly to enable and scroll among the PIP
♦♦ PIP On: The sub source signal
is displayed within the main
options. Options are as follows:
source signal.
♦♦ PAP (Picture-and-Picture):
PIP On
The main source and the sub
source signals are displayed
side by side with equal display
size.
♦♦ PIP Off: PIP function is
disabled, only the main source
signal is displayed.
PAP
Note:
♦♦ The main source and sub
source signals can be set in
PIP Settings, see page 33.
PIP Off
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USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.5.2
PIP Swap
The main and the sub source signals set in PIP Setting can be easily
swapped using the keypad.
Note:
♦♦ PIP Swap can only be executed
if PIP is enabled, see page 32.
Main source
Sub source
Touch the
button to swap the main source and the sub source
signals. See illustration below.
Main source
Sub source
3.6 Using ROTATE Function
The ROTATE function allows you to rotate the screen image at 180°.
Note:
♦♦ ROTATE function can only be
Original screen
executed if PIP is off, see page
image
Touch the
32.
button to rotate the picture 180º. See illustration below.
After ROTATE
image
After executing ROTATE, touch the
button again to rotate
the picture back to its normal state.
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USING THE LCD DISPLAY
3.7 Using Auto Adjustment Function
Auto Adjustment function automatically tunes the LCD display to its
optimal setting, including horizontal position, vertical position, clock,
and phase.
Touch the
Note:
♦♦ Auto Adjustment function is
available only during VGA input
button to perform auto adjustment.
signals.
♦♦ It is recommended to use the
The message auto adjusting is displayed on the screen.
auto adjustment function when
using the LCD display for the
AUTO
ADJUSTING
first time or after a resolution or
During auto adjustment, the screen will slightly shake for a few
seconds.
When the message disappears, auto adjustment is completed.
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frequency change.
Chapter 4: On Screen Display Menu
CHAPTER 4: ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
4.1 Using the OSD Menu
Operation
1
Display the main menu screen.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
Touch
.
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
B L A C K
I M A G E
P I P
L E V E L
S E T T I N G
5 0
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
B R I G H T N E S S
I N P U T
S E L E C T
Navigation Window
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
2
E N T E R
S E L E C T
Select the menu.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
B L A C K
I M A G E
P I P
S E T T I N G
L E V E L
5 0
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
E N T E R
S E L E C T
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1 Touch the
or
2 Touch the
button to enter the
submenu.
buttons.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
Operation
3
0 2 4
or
Touch the
buttons.
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
U R
E
Select the submenu item.
5 0
S E T T I N G
B L A C K
L E V E L
S E T T I N G
5 0
E T T I N G
The highlighted item with an orange arrow indicates the active
submenu.
B U R N - I N
R
E T T I N G
4
Adjust the settings.
5
Exit the submenu.
Touch the
or
buttons.
S E T T I N G
S E T T I N G
Touch
6
to return to the
previous menu.
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
or
Close the OSD window.
Touch
or
again.
U A G E
M AT I O N
When settings are modified, all changes are saved when the user does the following:
•A Proceeds
to the another
menu.
D J U S T
S E
L E C T
• Exits the OSD menu.
• Waits for the OSD menu to disappear.
Note: Availability of some menu items depend on the input source signal. If the menu is not available, it is
disabled and grayed out.
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
4.2 OSD Menu Tree
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
1
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
C O N T R A S T
2
C O L O U R
3
I M A G E
4
P I P
5 0
S E T T I N G
B L A C K
S E T T I N G
L E V E L
5 0
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
5
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
6
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
7
A U T O
B R I G H T N E S S
I N P U T
9
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
10
I N F O R M AT I O N
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E X I T
E N T E R
Main Menu
1. Brightness
8
Submenu
• Brightness
S E L E C T
Remarks
See page 29.
• Contrast
• Black Level (for video only)
2. Colour Setting
• Colour Temperature
See page 30.
• Auto Colour (for VGA only)
3. Image Setting
During PC input signal (for VGA only):
• Sharpness
• Phase
• Clock
• H. Position
• V. Position
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See page 31.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
Main Menu
Image Setting
Submenu
During Video input signal:
Remarks
See page 32.
• Sharpness
• Saturation
• Tint
• 3D Comb Filter
• Noise Reduction
• Aspect Ratio
• H. Zoom
• V. Zoom
• H. Position
• V. Position
4. PIP Setting
See page 34.
• PIP
• Main Source
• Sub Source
• Sub Picture Size
• Sub Pic. Pos.
• Swap
5. OSD Setting
• Transparency
See page 36.
• H. Position
• V. Position
• OSD Timer
6. Audio Setting
See page 37.
• Volume
• Audio
• DVI Source
7. Other Setting
• Power Saving
See page 38.
• Mode
• DDC/CI
• DCR
• Recall
8. Auto Brightness
See page 40.
• Enable
• Mode
• Level
9. Input Select
See page 41.
• VGA
• DVI
• CVBS
• S-Video
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU
Main Menu
10. Language
Submenu
Select the OSD language:
EN / FR / DE / ES / IT / PY / RO / PL / CS /
NL / TC / SC
11. Information
Displays settings information such as
Input, Resolution, Horizontal and Vertical
Frequency, Time mode, and Firmware
version.
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Remarks
Chapter 5: Adjusting the Settings
CHAPTER 5: ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.1 Brightness Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
2. Select BRIGHTNESS menu, then
C O N T R A S T
C O L O U R
S E T T I N G
B L A C K
I M A G E
P I P
5 0
touch the
5 0
3. Touch the
L E V E L
S E T T I N G
to call out the OSD window.
button.
or
buttons to select
an option.
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
A D J U S T
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Range
Adjusts the luminance of the
Brightness
screen image.
Note: Brightness setting is disabled
if Auto Brightness is On.
Contrast
Adjusts the difference between the
black level and the white level.
Adjust the black level of the screen
Black Level
image. Low setting makes black
colour darker (for video only).
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Touch the
or
adjust the value.
buttons to
0 to 100
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.2 Colour Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
C O L O U R
B R I G H T N E S S
6 5 0 0 K
C O L O U R
9 3 0 0 K
T E M P.
2. Select COLOUR SETTING menu, then
5 4 0 0 K
S E T T I N G
touch the
s R G B
I M A G E
A U T O
S E T T I N G
C O L O U R
3. Touch the
U S E R
P I P
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
to call out the OSD window.
R
1 2 8
G
1 2 7
B
1 0 6
button.
or
buttons to select an
option.
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
Item
E N T E R
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Provides several colour
Touch the
adjustment settings.
the setting.
or
buttons to select
Value
6500K, 5400K, 9300K,
sRGB, USER
Colour temperature can be set to:
• 6500K - This is the default colour temperature commonly used for normal lighting
conditions.
• 5400K - Applies a reddish tint for warmer colours.
• 9300K - Applies a bluish tint for cooler colours.
• sRGB - This is the Red, Green, Blue (RGB) colour standard which is used for colour
management in most industries. This setting displays accurate colours and suitable for
Colour
Temperature
viewing images on the Internet.
• AUTO COLOUR - Operates the white balance and automatically adjusts the colour
settings. Available only during VGA input source signal
1 Select AUTO COLOUR.
2 Touch the
button to activate auto colour.
• USER - This allows users to set the colour temperature by adjusting the R, G, B
settings according to one’s preference.
1 Select USER, then touch the
2 Touch the
3 Touch the
or
or
button
buttons to select among R, G, B option.
buttons to adjust the values between 0 ~ 255.
Note: Activate Recall to return the colour to its default setting.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.3 Image Setting (VGA only)
Note: During DVI input source signal, Image Setting is disabled and grayed out.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
S H A R P N E S S
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
P H A S E
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
C L O C K
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
touch the
3. Touch the
S E T T I N G
5 0
V. P O S I T I O N
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
2. Select IMAGE SETTING menu, then
button.
5 0
H . P O S I T I O N
P I P
to call out the OSD window.
or
buttons to select an
option.
5 0
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
Sharpness
Phase
Clock
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
V. Position
(Vertical Position)
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Range
Adjusts the clarity and focus of the
screen image.
Adjusts the phase timing to
synchronise with the video signal.
Adjusts the frequency timing to
Touch the
synchronise with the video signal.
adjust the value.
Moves the screen image to the left
or right.
Moves the screen image up or down.
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or
buttons to
0 to 100
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.4 Image Setting (Video signals)
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
S H A R P N E S S
2. Select IMAGE SETTING menu, then
S A
C
O TN UT R
RA
A TS I TO N
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
touch the
T I N T
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
button.
5 0
3 D
P I P
to call out the OSD window.
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
S E T T I N G
A N T I - B U R N - I N
N O I S E
O F F
O S D
A S P E C T R AT I O
O V E R S C A N
S E T T I N G
3. Touch the
C O M B F I LT E R
O N
O F F
or
buttons to select an
option.
R E D U C T I O N
L O W H I G H
U N D E R S C A N
A U D I O
O T H E R
A U T O
S E T T I N G
N A T I V E
H .
Z O O M
V.
Z O O M
H .
P O S I T I O N
V.
P O S I T I O N
S E T T I N G
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
5 0
I N P U T
S E L E C T
5 0
L A N G U A G E
5 0
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
Sharpness
Saturation
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Range /
Value
Adjusts the clarity and focus of the
screen image.
Adjusts the colour saturation.
0 to 100
Adjusts the colour tint. Available only
Tint
during NTSC system under S-Video
or CVBS signals.
Enables the 3D Comb Filter function
3D Comb Filter
Touch the
or
buttons to
adjust or select the value.
to provide the best possible image
On
quality. Available only during CVBS
Off
signal.
Adjusts the noise reduction to help
Noise Reduction
remove noise from images. This
helps produce clearer and crisper
images.
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Off
Low
High
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Adjusts the aspect ratio of the screen Touch the
or
image.
select the value.
Aspect Ration
buttons to
Range /
Value
Overscan
Underscan
Native
Aspect Ratio can be set to:
• OVERSCAN - The aspect ratio increases by 5%.
• UNDERSCAN - The aspect ratio decreases by 5%.
• NATIVE - The aspect ratio returns to its default size.
H. Zoom
(Horizontal Zoom)
V. Zoom
(Vertical Zoom)
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
V. Position
(Vertical Position)
Adjusts the horizontal zoom.
Adjusts the vertical zoom.
Touch the
Moves the screen image to the left
or right.
Moves the screen image up or down.
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or
adjust the value.
buttons to
0 to 100
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.5 PIP Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
B R I G H T N E S S
P I P
O F F P I P
C O L O U R
M A I N S O U R C E
V G A D V I C V B S
S E T T I N G
2. Select PIP SETTING menu, then touch
P I P
S E T T I N G
S U B S O U R C E
V G A D V I C V B S
S E T T I N G
S U B
1
O S D
S U B P I C . P O S .
L + U R + U
S E T T I N G
buttons to select an
option.
P I C . S I Z E
2
3
L + D
A U D I O
or
3. Touch the
S - V I D E O
A N T I - B U R N - I N
button.
the
S - V I D E O
I M A G E
to call out the OSD window.
P A P
R + D
S E T T I N G
S W A P
O T H E R
A U T O
I N P U T
P R E S S
S E T T I N G
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
S E L E C T
Function
Range /
Operation
Value
Off
PIP
Allows you to select the PIP setting
Touch the
or disable PIP.
select the value.
or
buttons to
PIP
PAP
PIP can be set to:
• Off - Disables PIP.
• PIP - The sub source image is within the main source image.
• PAP - The main source and sub source images are displayed side by side.
Main Source
Sub Source
Allows you to select the main source
Touch the
signal.
select the value.
Allows you to select the sub source
Touch the
signal.
select the value.
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or
or
buttons to
VGA / DVI
/ CVBS /
S-VIDE0
buttons to
VGA / DVI
/ CVBS /
S-VIDE0
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Note: Any input signal may be set as the main or the sub source signal. However, some input signals are not
supported to be paired together as the main and the sub source signals.
Refer to the following table for compatibility options:
Main / Sub
VGA
DVI
CVBS
S-VIDEO
VGA
not supported not supported
Y
Y
DVI
not supported not supported
Y
Y
CVBS
Y
Y
not supported not supported
S-VIDEO
Y
Y
not supported not supported
Item
Function
Operation
Range /
Value
Allows you to select the size of the
Sub Pic. Size
(Sub Picture
Size)
sub source image. Available only in
PIP mode.
Touch the
• 1 - Small image size.
or
buttons to
select the value.
1
2
3
• 2 - Medium image size.
• 3 - Large image size.
Allows you to select the position of
the sub source image. Available only
Sub Pic. Pos.
(Sub Picture
Position)
in PIP mode.
L+U
Touch the
or
buttons to
adjust the value.
R+U
L+D
R+D
• L+U - Sets the image on the upper left corner of the screen.
• R+U - Sets the image on the upper right corner of the screen.
• L+D - Sets the image on the lower left corner of the screen.
• R+D - Sets the image on the lower right corner of the screen.
Swap
Swaps the main source and sub
Touch the
source signals.
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button to swap the image sources.
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.6 OSD Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
T R A N S PA R E N C Y
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
H . P O S I T I O N
C O L O U R
5 0
S E T T I N G
V. P O S I T I O N
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
2. Select OSD SETTING menu, then touch
button.
the
5 0
O S D
P I P
to call out the OSD window.
3. Touch the
T I M E R
S E T T I N G
1 0 0
or
buttons to select an
option.
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
Transparency
H. Position
(Horizontal
Position)
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Range
Adjusts the transparency level of the
OSD screen.
Moves the OSD window to the left or
0 to 100
right of the screen.
Touch the
or
buttons to
adjust the value.
V. Position
Moves the OSD window up or down
(Vertical Position)
the screen.
Sets the length of time (in seconds)
OSD Timer
the OSD screen is displayed. When
the time elapses, the OSD screen is
automatically inactivated.
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5 to 100
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.7 Audio Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
V O L U M E
5 0
B R I G H T N E S S
A U D I O
C O L O U R
O N
S E T T I N G
D V I
I M A G E
2. Select AUDIO SETTING menu, then
touch the
S O U R C E
button.
S E T T I N G
P C
P I P
O F F
to call out the OSD window.
V I D E O
3. Touch the
S E T T I N G
or
buttons to select an
option.
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
Volume
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Adjusts the volume level of the built-
Touch the
in speaker.
adjust the value.
or
buttons to
Range /
Value
0 to 100
Turns the audio speaker ON or OFF.
Audio
or
Note: Even when Audio is set to
Touch the
“Off”, Audio is automatically turned
select the value.
buttons to
On
Off
on when volume is adjusted.
DVI Source
Available only during DVI input
Touch the
signal.
select the value.
or
buttons to
PC
VIDEO
Select the type of DVI source:
• PC - Select this option when a computer is connected to the DVI connector (audio
connection is required).
• VIDEO - Select this option when a video player, such as a DVD or HD player, is
connected to the DVI connector via an HDMI to DVI converter.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.8 Other Setting
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
P O W E R
O N
B R I G H T N E S S
S AV I N G
O F F
2. Select OTHER SETTING menu, then
M O D E
C O L O U R
T E X T
S E T T I N G
G R A P H
touch the
D C C / C I
I M A G E
S E T T I N G
O N
S E T T I N G
O N
button.
O F F
3. Touch the
D C R
P I P
to call out the OSD window.
O F F
or
buttons to select an
option.
R E C A L L
A N T I - B U R N - I N
P R E S S
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Range /
Value
Enables or disables power saving
mode.
Power Saving
When the LCD display turns into
Touch the
power saving mode, the screen
the value.
or
buttons to select
On
Off
turns black and the LED indicator
lights AMBER.
Sets the current mode for better
Touch the
image display.
the value.
or
buttons to select
Text
Graphic
Available only during computer input signal, when the resolution is either of the following:
640 x 350, 640 x 400, 720 x 350, or 720 x 400.
Mode
For optimal performance, select:
• Text - This mode is suitable for viewing text documents when the resolution is 720 x
400 or 720 x 350.
• Graphic - Graphics mode is suitable for viewing images when the resolution is 640 x
350 or 640 x 400.
Activates the DDC/CI protocol to
DDC/CI
allow users to configure the monitor
Touch the
by a software using two wires on the
the value.
VGA or DVI cables.
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or
buttons to select
On
Off
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
Item
Function
Operation
Range /
Value
Activates DCR. This feature
provides automatic adjustment of
DCR
picture brightness and contrast at
(Dynamic
high speed and dynamic contrast
Touch the
or
buttons to select
Off
the value.
Contrast Ratio) range, such as when watching
On
movies. DCR is suitable for indoor
viewing.
Use to recall all to default settings,
Recall
except Language, PIP, and the input
source.
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Touch the
button.
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ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.9 Auto Brightness
5.9.1 EcoSmart Sensor
With the built-in EcoSmart sensor, users can enable the Auto Brightness feature to automatically adjust the
LCD screen brightness according to the ambient light. This feature comforts the eyes and helps optimise
energy efficiency.
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
E N A B L E
O N
B R I G H T N E S S
O F F
2. Select AUTO BRIGHTNESS menu, then
M O D E
C O L O U R
A U T O
S E T T I N G
U S E R
touch the
L E V E L
I M A G E
P I P
to call out the OSD window.
S E T T I N G
8 0
S E T T I N G
3. Touch the
button.
or
buttons to select an
option.
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
A D J U S T
Item
Enable
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
Enables or disables auto brightness.
or
buttons to
or
On
Off
select the value.
Touch the
Sets the auto brightness mode.
Mode
Touch the
Value
buttons to
Auto
User
select the value.
The mode can be set to:
• Auto - This mode is the default mode. The LCD brightness automatically adjusts to
the ambient brightness.
• User - Allows you to manually adjust the LCD brightness.
Allows you to set the level of LCD
Level
brightness. Available only in USER
mode.
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Touch the
or
adjust the value.
buttons to
0 to 100
ADJUSTING THE LCD DISPLAY
5.10 Input Select
1 2 8 0 x 1 0 2 4
1. Touch
7 5 H z
V G A
P R E S S
B R I G H T N E S S
2. Select INPUT SELECT menu, then touch
D V I
C O L O U R
P R E S S
S E T T I N G
S E T T I N G
P R E S S
3. Touch the
S - V I D E O
P I P
button.
the
C V B S
I M A G E
to call out the OSD window.
S E T T I N G
P R E S S
or
buttons to select an
option.
A N T I - B U R N - I N
O S D
S E T T I N G
A U D I O
S E T T I N G
O T H E R
S E T T I N G
A U T O
I N P U T
B R I G H T N E S S
S E L E C T
L A N G U A G E
I N F O R M AT I O N
E X I T
E N T E R
Item
S E L E C T
Function
Operation
VGA
Sets VGA as the input source signal.
DVI
Sets DVI as the input source signal.
CVBS
S-VIDEO
Sets CVBS1 as the input source
signal.
Sets S-Video as the input source
signal.
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Touch the
button to select.
Value
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Chapter 6: Appendix
CHAPTER 6: APPENDIX
6.1 Warning Messages
Warning Messages
Cause
The resolution or the refresh rate of
INPUT SIGNAL
OUT OF RANGE
Solution
• Change the resolution or the
the graphics card of the computer
refresh rate of the graphics
is set too high.
card.
The LCD display cannot detect the
input source signal.
• Check if the input source is
turned ON.
• Check if the signal cable is
properly connected.
NO
SIGNAL
• Check if any pin inside the
cable connector is twisted or
broken.
OSD
LOCK OUT
The OSD has been locked by the
user.
• Unlock the OSD. Refer to page
20.
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APPENDIX
6.2 Troubleshooting
Problem
No picture.
• LED indicator is OFF.
Possible Cause and Solution
• Check if the LCD display is turned ON.
• Check if the power cord is properly connected to the LCD display.
• Check if the power cord is plugged into the power outlet.
• LED indicator is
AMBER.
• Check if the computer is turned ON.
• Check if the computer is in standby mode, move the mouse or press
any key to wake up the computer.
Image position is incorrect.
• Adjust the H. POSITION and V. POSITION values. See IMAGE
SETTING on page 31 (for VGA source) or page 32 (for video signals).
The displayed texts are
blurry.
The OSD menu can’t be
• For VGA input, touch
on the keypad to auto-adjust the display.
• Adjust the IMAGE SETTING (see page 31).
• The OSD is locked; unlock the OSD (see page 20).
called out.
Red, blue, green, white
dots appear on screen.
• There are millions of micro transistors inside the LCD display. It is
normal for a few transistors to be damaged and to produce spots. This
is acceptable and is not considered a failure.
No audio output.
• Check if the volume is set to 0 (see page 20 or 37).
• Check if AUDIO is set to OFF (see page 37).
• For VGA or DVI input, check the audio setting of the computer.
Dew formed on or inside
the LCD display.
• This normally happens when the LCD display is moved a cold room to
a hot room temperature. Do not turn ON the LCD display, wait for the
dew condensation to disappear.
Mist formed inside the
glass surface.
• This happens due to humid weather conditions. This is a normal
occurrence. The mist will disappear after a few days or as soon as the
weather stabilizes.
Faint shadows from a
static image appear on the
screen.
• Turn off the LCD display for extended periods of time.
• Use a screen saver or a black and white image and run it for extended
periods of time.
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APPENDIX
6.3 Transporting the LCD Display
To transport the LCD display for repair or shipment, place the display in its original packaging carton.
1
Place the two foam cushions on each side of the LCD display for protection.
2
Place the LCD display down in the box.
4
Put all other contents on the designated area (if necessary).
5
Close and tape the box.
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Chapter 7: Specifications
CHAPTER 7: SPECIFICATIONS
7.1 Display Specifications
DR-17P
Panel
Panel Size
17”
Max. Resolution
SXGA 1280 x 1024
Frequency (H/V)
H: 24 kHz - 82 kHz
V: 50 Hz - 76 Hz @ 1280x1024 / 75Hz
Power
Power Type
External DC 24V, 1.2A
Consumption
Active mode < 20W
Power saving < 0.5W
Power off mode <0.5W (Software)
Video Input
Audio
VGA
15-Pin Mini D-Sub
DVI-D
24-Pin DVI-D
CVBS
RCA x 1
S-Video
4-Pin mini DIN
Audio In
1 x Stereo audio in for PC
1 x Stereo audio in for CVBS (RCA) and S-Video
Operating Conditions
Speaker
1.5W x 2
Temperature
0 °C ~ 40 °C (32 °F ~ 104 °F)
Humidity
10% ~ 90%
Altitude
3000M
Pressure
700hPa ~ 1060 hPa
Storage/Transportation Temperature
-20 °C ~ 60 °C (-4 °F ~ 140 °F)
Conditions
Humidity
5% ~ 95%
Altitude
3000M
Pressure
700hPa ~ 1060 hPa
Without Base
5.8 kg (12.8 lbs)
With Base
6.6 kg (14.5 lbs)
Weight
Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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SPECIFICATIONS
7.2 Display Dimensions
278mm
69.5mm
37mm
100mm
409.2mm
361.7mm
100mm
75mm
172mm
240mm
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75mm