TX-22 LED-Backlit Touch Display
User Manual
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The test results show that this device meets the FCC rules. Those limits are set to protect residential
areas from the devices with harmful emission. This device will produce, use and radiate radio
frequency energy. In addition, failure to follow the user’s manual to install or use this device might
produce harmful interference with radio communication. Not withstanding the foregoing, it does not
guarantee that this type of harmful interference does not occur in some special installations. The
interference caused by this device to the reception of radio or television signals may be verified by
turning it on and off. Any changes or modifications to this TFT LCD would void the user’s authority to
operate this device.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Usage Notice
Precautions.......................................................................................................................................... 4
Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 About TX-22........................................................................................................................................ 5
1.2 Touch Screen for TX-22....................................................................................................................... 5
1.3 Package Overview.............................................................................................................................. 6
Chapter 2: Installation
2.1 Product Overview................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1.1
Front View................................................................................................................................ 7
2.1.2
Bottom View (Without Stand)................................................................................................... 7
2.2 VESA Mount for Your Monitor.............................................................................................................. 8
2.3 Start Your Installation.......................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 Connecting the Display....................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 3: User Controls
3.1 Side Panel Controls............................................................................................................................. 11
3.2 How to Use the OSD Menus............................................................................................................... 12
3.3 On-Screen Display Menus.................................................................................................................. 13
Chapter 4: Appendix
4.1 Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................... 14
4.2 Warning Signal.................................................................................................................................... 15
4.2.1
No Signal.................................................................................................................................. 15
4.2.2
Going to Sleep......................................................................................................................... 15
4.2.3
Out of Range............................................................................................................................ 15
4.3 Product Dimensions............................................................................................................................ 16
4.4 Compatibility Modes............................................................................................................................ 18
4.5 Touch Screen Driver Installation.......................................................................................................... 19
4.5.1
TX-22 Driver Install Instructions............................................................................................... 19
Chapter 5: Specifications
5.1 Display Specifications......................................................................................................................... 21
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USAGE NOTICE
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!
Warning - To prevent the risk of fire or shock hazards, do not expose this
product to rain or moisture.
Warning - Please do not open or disassemble the product as this may cause
electric shock.
Precautions
Follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user’s manual to
maximize the life of your unit.
Do:
• Turn off the product before cleaning.
• Touch screen surface may be cleaned using a soft clean cloth moistened with mild window glass
commercial cleaners or 50/50 mixture of water and isopropyl alcohol.
• Use a soft cloth moistened with mild detergent to clean the display housing.
• Use only high quality and safety approved AC/DC adapter.
• Disconnect the power plug from AC outlet if the product is not going to be used for an extended
period of time.
Don’t:
• Do not touch the LCD display screen surface with sharp or hard objects.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners, waxes or solvents for your cleaning.
• Do not operate the product under the following conditions:
- Extremely hot, cold or humid environment.
- Areas susceptible to excessive dust and dirt.
- Near any appliance generating a strong magnetic field.
- In direct sunlight.
TX-22 is to be used as commercial and light industrial equipment only.
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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 About TX-22
The TX-22 is a 21.5” flat panel screen with an active matrix, thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal
display (LCD).
Features include:
• Direct Analog signal input
• Direct Digital signal input
• Active matrix TFT LCD technology
• 1920 x 1080 resolution
• 21.5” viewable display area - 16:9 aspect ratio
• 31.47 ~ 82.3 KHz horizontal scan
• 56 ~ 75 Hz high refresh rate
• 0.24795mm x 0.24795mm pixel pitch
• Auto adjustment function
• Multilingual OSD user control
• 100 mm VESA mount
• Removable base for flexible mounting solutions
• Touch screen with USB controller
1.2 Touch Screen for TX-22
• Projected Capacitive touch screen for finger input only
• Surface: Glare treatment
• Interface: USB controller
• Transmittance: 90%±5%
• HID: Windows® 7
• Driver: VISTA, XP, 2000, CE, XP Embedded, Linux, Apple® Mac OS
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
1.3 Package Overview
LCD Display
USB Cable ( A to B)
CD
Power Cord
VGA Signal Cable
DVI-D Cable
DC Power Supply
Cable Cover Screw
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CHAPTER 2: INSTALLATION
2.1 Product Overview
2.1.1
Front View
2.1.2
Bottom View (Without Stand)
VGA
DVI
RJ11
DC IN
USB
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INSTALLATION
2.2 VESA Mount for Your Monitor
This monitor conforms to the VESA Flat Panel Mounting Physical Mounting Interface standard which
defines a physical mounting interface for flat panel monitors, and corresponding with the standards
of flat panel monitor mounting devices, such as wall and table arms. The VESA mounting interface
is located on the back of your monitor.
To mount the monitor on a UL certified swing arm or other mounting fixture, follow the instructions
included with the mounting fixture to be used.
100.0 mm
VESA
Mounting
Interface
100.0 mm
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Slots(X6)
Warning!
Please select the proper screws!
The distance between the back cover surface and the bottom of the screw hole is
8 mm. Please use four M4 screws diameter with proper length to mount your monitor.
Please note: the mounting stand must be able to support at least 17.6 lbs (8Kg).
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INSTALLATION
2.3 Start Your Installation
Please follow these instructions so that you can hook up the cables to associated connectors.
1. Lay the LCD flat on an even surface.
2. Move the stand into position as seen in the step 1 diagram.
3. Remove the cable cover as seen in the step 2 diagram.
4. Connect the cables to the appropriate connectors as seen in the step 3 diagram.
5. Re-attach the cable cover. Take the screw (CBM M3x6) out of the accessory box, and insert the
screw into the cable cover and monitor as seen in the step 4 diagram.
Step 2
1
Step 2
Step 3
DC IN
USB
VGA
DVI
Step 2
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INSTALLATION
2.4 Connecting the Display
To setup this display, please refer to the following figure and procedures.
1. Be sure all equipment is turned off.
2. Connect the DC plug to the power connector on the monitor and the other end into an
electrical outlet.
3. Connect the D-SUB or DVI cable from the display’s D-SUB or DVI input connector to the
D-SUB or DVI connector of your host computer and tighten the screws.
4. Connect the USB cable from the USB port of your display to the USB port of your computer.
5. Configure the touch screen. Refer to the “4.5 Touch Screen Driver Installation” section on
page 19.
6. Once the touch screen is configured, the monitor is ready for use.
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Notice!
To ensure the LCD display works well with your computer, please configure the display mode
of your graphics card to make it less than or equal to 1920 x 1080 resolution and make sure
the timing of the display mode is compatible with the LCD display.
We have listed the compatible “Video Modes” of your LCD display in the appendix (on page
18) for your reference.
External power supplies applicable: Lite-On/PA-1051-0
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CHAPTER 3: USER CONTROLS
3.1 Side Panel Controls
Icon
Key Name
Menu
Up
Down
Select
Power
OSD
Key
Menu off status
Menu on status
Menu appear
Menu disappear / return to main item
Brightness
Main item select up / Adjust up
Contrast
Main item select down / Adjust down
Select sub-item function
Power On / Off
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USER CONTROLS
3.2 How to Use the OSD Menus
Icon
Key Name
Menu
Up
Down
Select
Power
1. Press the “Menu” button to pop up the “on-screen menu” and press “Up” or “Down” button to
select among the five functions in the main menu.
2. Choose the adjustment items by pressing the “Select” button.
3. Adjust the value of the adjustment items by pressing the “Up” or “Down” button.
4. With the OSD menu on the screen, press the “Menu” button to return to the main menu or to exit
OSD.
5. The OSD menu will automatically close, if you have left it idle for a pre-set time.
6. To Lock the OSD / Power menu buttons, please follow the instructions below.
(Please note: the monitor has to be turned ON with a valid signal pre-set)
(a.) Press the “Menu” key; the OSD menu will open.
(b.) Press and hold the “Menu” key again with the OSD menu on the screen; the OSD menu will
disappear. Then press the “Power” key 1 time while the menu key is still being pressed. The
“Lock/Unlock” menu will appear for 3 seconds.
(c.) Use the “Select” key to select OSD or Power setting then set at “Lock” by pushing the “UP” or
“Down” button.
(d.) When the “UP” or “Down” button is released, the previous setting will be saved and exit the
“Lock/Unlock” menu automatically.
7. To Unlock the OSD / Power menu buttons, please follow the instructions below.
(Please note: the monitor has to be turned ON with a valid signal pre-set)
(a.) Press and hold the “Menu” key then press the “Power” key simultaneously; the “Lock/Unlock”
menu will appear for 3 seconds.
(b.) Use the “Select” key to select OSD or Power setting then set at “Unlock” by pushing the “UP”
or “Down” button.
(c.) When the “Up” or “Down” button is released, the previous setting will be saved, and the “Lock/
Unlock” menu will close automatically.
Please note:
a. When the OSD Lock function is selected, this indicates that all the buttons except the “power”
button are now disabled.
b. When the Power Lock function is selected, the “Power” key is disabled. The user cannot turn
off the monitor with the “Power” key.
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USER CONTROLS
3.3 On-Screen Display Menus
Main OSD Menu:
ITEM
CONTENT
Contrast
The monitor luminance level control.
Brightness
The monitor backlight level control.
Auto Adjust
Fine-tune the image to full screen automatically.
Left/Right
Moving screen image horizontal position to left or right.
Up/Down
Moving screen image vertical position to up or down.
Horizontal size
The screen image horizontal dot clock adjustment.
Fine
The screen image pixel phase adjustment.
OSD Left/Right
Moving OSD menu horizontal position to left or right.
OSD Up/Down
Moving OSD menu vertical position to up or down.
OSD Time out
OSD auto-disappear time selection.
OSD Language
OSD menu language selection. ( English, French, Japanese, Deutsch,
Spanish, Italian, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese)
Factory Reset
Factory default value restored.
RGB
Color temperature selection. (9300K, 6500K, 5500K, 7500K, User)
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CHAPTER 4: APPENDIX
4.1 Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing trouble with the LCD display, refer to the following. If the problem persists,
please contact your local dealer or our service center.
Problem: No image appears on screen.
► Check that all the I/O and power connectors are correctly and well connected as described
in the “Installation” section.
► Make sure the pins of the connectors are not crooked or broken.
Problem: Partial Image or incorrectly displayed image.
► Check to see if the resolution of your computer is higher than that of the LCD display.
► Reconfigure the resolution of your computer to make it less than or equal to 1920 x 1080.
Problem: Image has vertical flickering line bars.
► Use “Horizontal size” to make an adjustment.
► Check and reconfigure the display mode of the vertical refresh rate of your graphic card to
make it compatible with the LCD display.
Problem: Image is unstable and flickering
► Use “Fine” to make an adjustment.
Problem: Image is scrolling
► Check and make sure the VGA signal cable (or adapter) is securely connected.
► Check and reconfigure the display mode of the vertical refresh rate of your graphics card
to make it compatible with the LCD display.
Problem: Vague image (characters and graphics)
► Use “Horizontal size” to make an adjustment. If this problem still exists, use “Fine” to make
an adjustment.
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APPENDIX
4.2 Warning Signal
If you see warning messages on your LCD screen, this means that the LCD display cannot receive
a clean signal from the computer graphics card.
Below are the three kinds of Warning Signal. Please check the cable connections or contact your
local dealer or our service center for more information.
4.2.1
No Signal
This message means that the LCD display has been powered on but it cannot receive any signal
from the computer graphics card. Check all the power switches, power cables, and VGA/DVI signal
cable.
4.2.2
Going to Sleep
The LCD display is under the power saving mode. In addition, the LCD display will enter power
saving mode when experiencing a sudden signal disconnecting problem.
The monitor can be activated by pressing any keyboard, triggering the mouse or touching the
screen.
4.2.3
Out of Range
This message means that the signal of the computer graphic card is not compatible with the LCD
display. When the signal is not included in the “Video Modes” list we have listed in the Appendices of
this manual, the LCD monitor will display this message.
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APPENDIX
4.3 Product Dimensions
528.4 mm
346.7 mm
324.3 mm
► Front View
48.2 mm
189.0 mm
► Side View
214.8 mm
214.2 mm
► Top View
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APPENDIX
Rotate
324.3 mm
48.2 mm
189.0 mm
► Side View
214.8 mm
214.2 mm
► Top View
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548.7 mm
528.4 mm
► Front View
APPENDIX
4.4 Compatibility Modes
Mode
Resolution
H-Frequency(khz)
V-Frequency(hz)
IBM VGA
720X400
31.47
70
IBM VGA
640X480
31.47
60
Apple MacII
640X480
35.00
66
VESA VGA
640X480
37.86
72
VESA VGA
640X480
37.50
75
VESA SVGA
800X600
35.16
56
VESA SVGA
800X600
37.88
60
VESA SVGA
800X600
48.08
72
VESA SVGA
800X600
46.88
75
Apple Mac
832X624
49.72
75
VESA XGA
1024X768
48.36
60
VESA XGA
1024X768
56.48
70
VESA XGA
1024X768
60.02
75
VESA SXGA
1280X1024
64.00
60
VESA SXGA
1280X1024
80.00
75
VESA SXGA
1152X864
67.50
75
VESA SXGA
1280X960
60.00
60
WXGA+
1440X900
56.00
60
WXGA+
1440X900
70.60
75
WSXGA+
1680X1050
65.20
60
WSXGA+
1680X1050 (VGA only)
82.30
75
VESA WXGA
1280X768
47.776
60
WSXGA+
1920X1080
67.50
60
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APPENDIX
4.5 Touch Screen Driver Installation
The TX-22 is available with USB connections. The touch driver is located on the enclosed
CD-ROM for these operating systems: VISTA, XP, 2000, CE, XP Embedded, Linux, Apple® Mac OS.
Please Note:
1. The TX-22 is Microsoft® Windows® HID (Human Interface Device) compatible if you use the USB
touch screen interface. No additional software driver is required for general operation of the touch
screen.
2. For TX-22, the system requires 15 seconds for Windows 7 to install/uninstall the touch drivers
while turning power on/off or plugging/unplugging USB cable.
4.5.1
TX-22 Driver Install Instructions
If you are using a PC running VISTA, XP, 2000, follow the instructions below:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Be sure the USB cable is connected from the PC to the LCD display.
3. Open the CD-ROM.
4. Follow the step-by-step instructions as shown on the pop-up windows.
If you are using a PC running Windows ® XP Embedded, follow the instructions
below:
Express:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Make sure that the USB cable is connected to the computer.
3. Be sure that your EWF is disabled. If your EWF is enabled, please disable the EWF by using the
EWF Manager command.
4. Once the EWF is disabled click on the XP driver on the CD-ROM and follow the step-by-step
instructions as shown on the pop-up windows.
Custom:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Make sure that the USB cable is connected to the computer.
3. Follow the step-by-step instructions found in the folder file on the CD-ROM.
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APPENDIX
If you are using a PC running Windows® CE, follow the instructions below:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Make sure that the USB cable is connected to the computer.
3. Using Platform Builder, build an image file by following the step-by-step instructions found in the
folder file on the CD-ROM.
If you are using a PC running Linux or Apple® Mac OS, follow the instructions below:
1. Power on the computer.
2. Make sure that the USB cable is connected to the computer.
3. Follow the step-by-step instructions found in the folder file on the CD-ROM.
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CHAPTER 5: SPECIFICATIONS
5.1 Display Specifications
TX-22
Panel
Frequency
(H/V)
Input
Touch Screen
Panel Size
21.5”
Max. Resolution
1920 x 1080
H.Freq
31.47kHz – 82.3kHz
V.Freq
56Hz – 75Hz
VGA
15-Pin D-Sub
DVI
24-Pin DVI-D
Technology
Projected Capacitive
Positioning Accuracy ±2.5mm
Panel Interface
USB (Type–B, HID compliant)
DC output
12V/4.16A
Power
100 - 240V, 50 - 60Hz
Consumption
< 27W (On)
< 2W (Stand-by)
< 1W (Off)
Operating
Conditions
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C (32°F ~ 104°F)
Humidity
20% ~ 80% (No condensation)
Storage
Conditions
Temperature
-20°C ~ 60°C (-4°F ~ 140°F)
Humidity
10% ~ 90% (No condensation)
Mounting
VESA FPMPMI
Yes (100mm x 100mm)
Weight
With base
6.9 kg (15.2 lbs)
Power
Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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