Elo TouchSystems ET1915L User guide

Touchmonitor User Guide
1915L 19-inch LCD Desktop Touchmonitor
[Model ET1915L]
User Guide
19-inch LCD Desktop
1915L Touchmonitor
Revision D
P/N E731143
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hereof without obligation of Elo TouchSystems to notify any person of such revisions or changes.
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IntelliTouch, SecureTouch, AccuTouch, and MonitorMouse are trademarks of Elo TouchSystems.
Other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies. Elo TouchSystems claims no interest in trademarks other than its own.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
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Appendix C
Product Description .................................................. 1
Technical Specifications ........................................... 23
Touchmonitor Specifications .................................... 24
Precautions ............................................................... 1
About the product ..................................................... 2
19" LCD Touchmonitor (ET1915L) Dimensions ....... 25
Chapter 2
Installation and Setup .................................... 3
Regulatory Information .............................. 16
Warranty ....................................................... 29
Index ...................................................................... 30
Unpacking Your Touchmonitor .................................. 3
Touch Interface Connection ...................................... 4
Product Overview ...................................................... 5
Main Unit ............................................................. 5
Rear View ............................................................ 5
Installing the Driver Software .................................... 6
Installing the Serial Touch Driver ........................ 7
Installing the Serial Touch Driver for Windows
XP, Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT 4.0 .. 7
Installing the Serial Touch Driver for
MS-DOS and Windows 3.1 ........................... 8
Installing the USB Touch Driver .......................... 9
Installing the USB Touch Driver for Windows
XP, Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT 4.0 .. 9
Installing USB Touch Driver for Acoustic
Pulse Recognition Monitors .......................... 10
Chapter 3
Operation
11
About Touchmonitor Adjustments ............................ 11
Front Panel Controls ........................................... 12
Controls and Adjustment .......................................... 13
OSD Menu Functions ......................................... 13
OSD Control Options .......................................... 14
Preset Modes ...................................................... 15
Power Management System .............................. 16
Display Angle ............................................................ 16
Chapter 4
Troubleshooting
17
Solutions to Common Problems .............................. 17
Appendix A
Native Resolution ...................................................... 19
Appendix B
Touchmonitor Safety ................................................. 21
Care and Handling of Your Touchmonitor ................. 22
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INTRODUCTION
Product Description
Your new touchmonitor combines the reliable performance of touch technology with the latest
advances in LCD display design. This combination of features creates a natural flow of information
between a user and your touchmonitor.
This LCD monitor incorporates 19” color active matrix thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal
display to provide superior display performance. A maximum resolution of SXGA 1280 x 1024 is
ideal for displaying graphics and images. Other outstanding designs that enhance this LCD monitor’s
performance are Plug & Play compatibility, and OSD (On Screen Display) controls.
Precautions
Follow all warnings, precautions and maintenance as recommended in this user’s manual to
maximize the life of your unit. See Appendix B for more information on touchmonitor safety.
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About the Product
Your LCD Desktop Touchmonitor is a 19” SXGA TFT color display with the following features:
• The internal microprocessor digitally controls auto-scanning, for horizontal scan frequencies
between 31.5 KHz and 80 KHz, and vertical scan frequencies between 56.3 Hz and 75.0 Hz. In
each frequency mode, the microprocessor-based circuitry allows the monitor to function at the
precision-of a fixed frequency.
• High contrast color TFT LCD display supports resolutions up to SXGA 1280 x 1024. It is
Compatable with VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA (non-interlaced) and most Macintosh compatible color
video cards.
• Power management system conforms to VESA DPMS standard.
• Supports DDC1/2B for Plug & Play compatibility.
• Advanced OSD control for picture quality adjustment.
• Detachable stand for wall-mounting application.
• Integrated touch screen function.
For full Product Specifications refer to Appendix C.
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INSTALLATION AND SETUP
This chapter discusses how to install your LCD touchmonitor and how to install the driver software.
Unpacking Your Touchmonitor
Check that the following 8 items are present and in good condition:
LCD monitor
Serial Cable
VGA cable
European power cable
USB cable
US/Canada Power cable
Elo QuickStart
CD
Software
CD and Quick Install Guide
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Touch Interface Connection
Note:
and
Before connecting the cables to your touchmonitor and PC, be sure that the computer
touchmonitor are turned off.
1. Connect one end of the power cord to the monitor and the other end to the outlet.
2. Connect one end of either the touchscreen serial(RS232) cable or the touch screen USB cable
(but not both) to the rear side of the computer and the other end to the LCD monitor. Tighten by
turning the two thumb screws clockwise to ensure proper grounding(USB cable does not have
thumb screws)
3. Connect one end of the video cable to the rear side of computer and the other to the LCD monitor.
Tighten by turning the two thumb screws clockwise to ensure proper grounding.
4. Press the power button on the front panel to turn the monitor power on.
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Product Overview
Main Unit
Rear View
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Installing the Driver Software
Elo TouchSystems provides driver software that allows your touchmonitor to work with your
computer. Drivers are located on the enclosed CD-ROM.
Additional drivers and driver information for other operating systems are available on the Elo
TouchSystems web site at www.elotouch.com.
Your Elo touchmonitor is plug-and-play compliant. Information on the video capabilities of your
touchmonitor is sent to your video display adapter when Windows starts. If Windows detects your
touchmonitor, follow the instructions on the screen to install a generic plug-and-play monitor.
Refer to the appropriate following section for driver installation instructions.
Depending upon whether you connected the serial communication cable or the USB
communication cable, you should install only the serial driver or the USB driver.
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Installing the Serial Touch Driver (not applicable to Acoustic
Pulse Recognition monitors)
Installing the Serial Touch Driver for Windows XP,
Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT4.0
NOTE:
For Windows 2000 and NT 4.0 you must have administrator access rights to install
the driver.
1 Insert the Elo CD-ROM in your computer's CD-ROM drive.
2 If the AutoStart feature for your CD-ROM drive is active, the system automatically detects the
CD and starts the setup program.
3 Follow the directions on the screen to complete the driver setup for your version of Windows.
4 If the AutoStart feature is not active:
5 Click Start > Run.
6 Click the Browse button to locate the EloCd.exe program on the CD-ROM.
7 Click Open, then OK to run EloCd.exe.
8 Follow the directions on the screen to complete the driver setup for your version of Windows.
To install Windows 2000 and Windows XP, you must use the "update driver" method; you will not
find a setup.exe file within the download.
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Installing the Serial Touch Driver for MS-DOS and Windows 3.1
(not applicable to Acoustic Pulse Recognition monitors)
You must have a DOS mouse driver (MOUSE.COM) installed for your mouse if you wish to
continue using your mouse along with your touchmonitor in DOS.
To install Windows 3.x and MS-DOS from Windows 95/98, follow the directions below:
1 Insert the CD-ROM in your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2 From DOS, type d:\EloDos_W31 to change to the correct directory on the CD-ROM (your
CD- ROM drive may be mapped to a different drive letter).
3 Type install and press Enter to start the installation.
4 Align the touchscreen.
You must have already completed Steps 1 and 2 before proceeding.
To run the INSTALL program:
1 Type INSTALL at the DOS prompt in the directory containing the driver install files.
2 INSTALL asks you to select the software to install. Then choose d:\EloDos_W31 from the
displayed list.
3 INSTALL also asks you for the paths to use during installation, or you may use its defaults.
INSTALL creates directories as necessary, and warns you if they exist.
If you are updating your software, you may wish to specify the paths containing the earlier versions,
and overwrite the obsolete files. All executable programs are upward compatible. For a list of
differences from each previous version of the drivers, be sure to select "Differences from Previous
Versions" during the installation process.
INSTALL updates your AUTOEXEC.BAT file with the drivers you select. INSTALL makes a copy
of your original AUTOEXEC.BAT file, called AUTOEXEC.OLD. If you already have Elo driver
commands in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file, they will be commented out.
When INSTALL is finished, it leaves a file called GO.BAT in the subdirectory you specified. GO
loads the touchscreen driver, runs the calibration program ELOCALIB, and gives you some final
instructions.
If you are using Windows 3.1, you will also calibrate the touchscreen within Windows 3.1 with the
Touchscreen Control Panel.
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Installing the USB Touch Driver (not applicable to Acoustic Pulse
Recognition monitors)
Installing the USB Touch Driver for Windows XP,
Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT4.0
1 Insert the Elo CD-ROM in your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
If Windows 98, Windows Me or Windows 2000 starts the Add New Hardware Wizard:
2 Choose Next. Select “Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended)” and choose
Next.
3 When a list of search locations is displayed, place a checkmark on “Specify a location” and use
Browse to select the \EloUSB directory on the Elo CD-ROM.
4 Choose Next. Once the Elo USB touchscreen driver has been detected, choose Next again.
5 You will see several files being copied. Insert your Windows 98 CD if prompted. Choose Finish.
If Windows 98, Windows Me or Windows 2000 does not start the Add New Hardware Wizard:
NOTE:
For Windows 2000 you must have administrator access rights to install the driver.
1 Insert the Elo CD-ROM in your computer’s CD-ROM drive. If the AutoStart feature for your
CD-ROM drive is active, the system automatically detects the CD and starts the setup program.
2 Follow the directions on the screen to complete the driver setup for your
version of Windows.
If the AutoStart feature is not active:
1 Click Start > Run.
2 Click the Browse button to locate the EloCd.exe program on the CD-ROM.
3 Click Open, then OK to run EloCd.exe.
4 Follow the directions on the screen to complete the driver setup for your version of Windows.
To install Windows 2000 and Windows XP, you must use the "update driver" method; you will not
find a setup.exe file within the download.
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Installing USB Touch Driver for Acoustic Pulse Recognition Monitors
Insert the ELO APR CD-ROM in your computer’s CD-ROM driver.
Follow the directions on the screen to complete the APR 2.0 driver setup.
1 Click Start > Run.
2 Click the Browse button to locate the SW600117.exe program on the CD-ROM.
3 Click Open, then OK to run SW600117.exe.
4 Follow the directions on the screen to complete the driver setup.
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OPERATION
About Touchmonitor Adjustments
Most likely there will be no need to be adjust your touchmonitor. However, variations in video
output and application may require adjustments to optimize display quality.
For best performance, your touchmonitor should be operating in native resolution, that is 1280 x
1024 at 80k-75 Hz. Use the Display control panel in Windows to choose 1280 x 1024 resolution.
Operating in other resolutions will degrade video performance. For further information, please
refer to Appendix A.
All adjustments you make to the controls are automatically memorized. This feature saves you from
having to reset your choices every time you unplug or power your touchmonitor off and on. If there
is a power failure, your touchmonitor settings will not default to the factory specifications.
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Front Panel Controls
1
2
3
4
5
Control
1 Menu/Exit
2
3
4 Select
5 Power Switch
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Function
Display/Exits the OSD menus.
1. Enter contrast of the OSD.
2. Increase value of the adjustment item.
3. Select item.
1. Enter brightness adjustment.
2. Decrease value of the adjustment item.
3. Select item counter-clockwise.
Selects the adjustment items from the OSD menus.
Switches the power of the monitor.
Controls and Adjustment
OSD Menu Functions
To Display and Select the OSD Functions:
1 Press the Menu key to activate the OSD menu.
2 Use or to move clockwise or counterclockwise through the menu. Press the Enter key,
the parameter will be highlighted when selected.
3 To quit the OSD screen at any time during the operation, press the Menu key. If no keys are
pressed for a short time period, the OSD automatically disappears.
NOTE:
The OSD screen will disappear if no input activities are detected from 45 seconds to 255
seconds, depending on the setting set on the osd of the monitor. The monitor defaults is 45
seconds.
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OSD Control Options
Control
Brightness
Contrast
H-Position
V-Position
Phase
Clock
Sharpness
OSD H-Position
OSD V-Position
OSD Time
Color Balance
Auto-Adjust
Recall Defaults
OSD Language
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Description
Increases or decreases brightness.
Increases or decreases contrast.
Moves the screen left or right.
Moves the screen up or down.
Increases or decreases the snow noise of the image after auto
adjustment is made.
The dot clock is fine-adjusted after auto adjust.
Adjusts sharpness of video.
Moves the OSD position horizontally on the screen. When the
button is pressed, the OSD control menu will move to the right
side of the screen. Likewise, when the button is pressed, the
OSD control menu will move to the left side.
Moves the OSD position vertically on the screen. When the
button is pressed, the OSD control menu will move to the top side
of the screen. Likewise, when the button is pressed, the OSD
control menu will move to the lower side.
Adjusts the amount of the OSD menu is displayed.
Press or to select 9300, 6500, 5500, 7500 and USER. Only when
selecting USER can you make adjustments to the R/G/B content.
Press Enter to restore to factory default setting.
Press Auto to enable this function. The Auto-Adjust will automatically
adjust V-Position, H-Position, Clock and Clock-Phase.
Returns the monitor to its default settings.
Select from English, French, German ,Spanish and Japanese.
Indicates the current resolution, H-Frequency and V-Frequency.
Preset Modes
To reduce the need for adjustment for different modes, the monitor has default setting modes that
are most commonly used as given in the table below. If any of these display modes are detected, the
monitor automatically adjusts the picture size and centering. When none of the mode is matched,
the user can store their preferred modes in the user modes. The monitor is capable of storing up to
7 user modes. The only condition to store as a user mode is the new display information must have
1 KHz difference for horizontal frequency or 1 Hz for vertical frequency or the sync signal
polarities are different from the default modes.
Mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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Resolution
VGA 640x350 70 Hz
VGA 720x400 70 Hz
VGA 640x480 60 Hz
MAC 640x480 66 Hz
VESA 640x480 72 Hz
VESA 640x480 75 Hz
VESA 800x600 56 Hz
VESA 800x600 60 Hz
VESA 800x600 75 Hz
VESA 800x600 72 Hz
MAC 832x624 75 Hz
VESA 1024x768 60 Hz
SUN 1024x768 65 Hz
VESA 1024x768 70 Hz
VESA 1024x768 75 Hz
SXGA 1280x1024 60 Hz
SXGA 1280x1024 75 Hz
SXGA 1152x864 75 Hz
SXGA 1280x960 60 Hz
H. Freq.
(KHz)
Band Width
(MHz)
H
V
31.47
31.47
31.47
35.00
37.86
37.50
35.16
37.88
46.88
48.08
49.72
48.36
52.45
56.48
60.02
64
80
67.5
60
28.322
28.322
25.175
32.24
31.5
31.5
36
40
49.5
50
57.283
65
70.49
75
78.75
108
135
108
108
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
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Power Management System
The monitor is equipped with the power management function which automatically reduces the power
consumption when not in use.
Mode
On
Sleep
Off
Power
Consumption
<50W
<4W
<2W
We recommend switching the monitor off when it is not in use for a long time.
NOTE:
The monitor automatically goes through the Power Management System (PMS) steps
when it is idle. To release the monitor from PMS state, press any key on the keyboard
or move mouse.
Display Angle
For viewing clarity, you can tilt the LCD forward (up to -5 degrees) or backward (up to 90 degrees.)
CAUTION
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In order to protect the LCD, be sure to hold the base when adjusting the LCD,
and take care not to touch the screen.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you are experiencing trouble with your touchmonitor, refer to the following table. If the problem
persists, please contact your local dealer or our service center.
Solutions to Common Problems
Problem
The monitor does not respond
after you turn on the system.
Characters on the screen are dim
The screen is blank
Screen flashes when initialized
“Out of Range” display
Touch doesn’t work
Suggestion(s)
Check that the monitor’s Power Switch is on.
Turn off the power and check the monitor’s power cord
and signal cable for proper connection.
Refer to the About Touchmonitor Adjustments section to
adjust the brightness.
During operation, the monitor screen may automatically turn
off as a result of the Power Saving feature. Press any key to see
if the screen reappears.
Refer to the About Touchmonitor Adjustments section to
adjust the brightness.
Turn the monitor off then turn it on again.
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 1280 x 1024. See Appendix A for more information
on resolution.
Make sure the touch cable is securely attached at both ends.
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APPENDIX
A
NATIVE RESOLUTION
The native resolution of a monitor is the resolution level at which the LCD panel is designed to
perform best. For the LCD touchmonitor, the native resolution is 1280 x 1024 for the 19 inch size.
In almost all cases, screen images look best when viewed at their native resolution. You can lower
the resolution setting of a monitor but not increase it.
Input Video
640 x 480 (VGA)
800 x 600 (SVGA)
1024 x 768 (XGA)
1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
19" LCD
Transforms input format to 1280 x 1024
Transforms input format to 1280 x 1024
Transforms input format to 1280 x 1024
Displays in native Resolution
The native resolution of an LCD is the actual number of pixels horizontally in the LCD by the
number of pixels vertically in the LCD. LCD resolution is usually represented by the
following symbols:
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
UXGA
640 x 480
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1280 x 1024
1600 x 1200
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As an example, a XGA resolution LCD panel has 1024 pixels horizontally by 768 pixels vertically.
Input video is also represented by the same terms. SXGA input video has a format of 1280 pixels
horizontally by 1024 pixels vertically. When the input pixels contained in the video input format
match the native resolution of the panel, there is a one to one correspondence of mapping of input
video pixels to LCD pixels. As an example, the pixel in column 45 and row 26 of the input video is in
column 45 and row 26 of the LCD. For the case when the input video is at a lower resolution than the
native resolution of the LCD, the direct correspondence between the video pixels and the LCD
pixels is lost. The LCD controller can compute the correspondence between video pixels and LCD
pixels using algorithms contained on its controller. The accuracy of the algorithms determines the
fidelity of conversion of video pixels to LCD pixels. Poor fidelity conversion can result in artifacts
in the LCD displayed image such as varying width characters.
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APPENDIX
B
TOUCHMONITOR SAFETY
This manual contains information that is important for the proper setup and maintenance of your
touchmonitor. Before setting up and powering on your new touchmonitor, read through this manual,
especially Chapter 2 (Installation), and Chapter 3 (Operation).
1 To reduce the risk of electric shock, follow all safety notices and never open the touchmonitor
case.
2 Turn off the product before cleaning.
3 Your new touchmonitor is equipped with a 3-wire, grounding power cord. The power cord plug
will only fit into a grounded outlet. Do not attempt to fit the plug into an outlet that has not been
configured for this purpose. Do not use a damaged power cord. Use only the power cord that
comes with your touchmonitor. Use of an unauthorized power cord may invalidate your warranty.
4 The slots located on the sides and top of the touchmonitor case are for ventilation. Do not block
or insert anything inside the ventilation slots.
5 It is important that your touchmonitor remains dry. Do not pour liquid into or onto your
touchmonitor. If your touchmonitor becomes wet do not attempt to repair it yourself.
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Care and Handling of Your Touchmonitor
The following tips will help keep your touchmonitor functioning at the optimal level.
• To avoid risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the brick supply or display unit cabinet. The
unit is not user serviceable. Remember to unplug the display unit from the power outlet before
cleaning.
• Do not use alcohol (methyl, ethyl or isopropyl) or any strong solvent. Do not use thinner or
benzene, abrasive cleaners or compressed air.
• To clean the display unit cabinet, use a cloth lightly dampened with a mild detergent.
• Avoid getting liquids inside your touchmonitor. If liquid does get inside, have a qualified
service technician check it before you power it on again.
• Do not wipe the screen with anything abrasive that could scratch the surface.
• To clean the touchscreen, use window or glass cleaner. Put the cleaner on a clean cloth and wipe
the touchscreen. Never apply the cleaner directly on the touchscreen.
Warning
This product consists of devices that may contain mercury, which must be recycled or disposed
of in accordance with local, state, or federal laws. (Within this system, the backlight lamps in the
monitor display contain mercury.)
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive
In the European Union, this label indicates that this product should not be disposed of with household waste. It should be deposited at an appropriate facility to enable recovery and recycling.
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APPENDIX
C
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Touchmonitor Specifications
Model
LCD Display
Display Size
Pixel Pitch
Display Mode
Max. Resolution
Contrast Ratio
Brightness
Response Time (Rise+Fall)
Display Color
Viewing Angle
Vertical
Horizontal
Input Signal
Video
Sync
Signal Connector
Front Control
OSD
Plug & Play
Touch Panel (optional)
Power Adapter
Operating Conditions
Storage Conditions
Temperature
Humidity
Altitude
Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions (HxWxD)
Weight (Net)
Certifications
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ET1915L
19” TFT Active Matrix Panel
376.32(H) x 301.06(V) mm
0.294(H) x 0.294(V) mm
VGA 640 x 350 (70Hz)
VGA 720 x 400 (70Hz)
VGA 640 x 480 (60 / 72/ 75Hz)
SVGA 800 x 600 (56 / 60 / 72/ 75Hz)
XGA 1024 x 768 (60 / 70 / 75Hz)
SXGA 1280 x 1024 (60 / 70 / 75Hz)
SXGA (1280 x 1024) at 75Hz maximum
Typical: 800:1; Min: 500:1
IntelliTouch: typical 270cd/m2; min. 204cd/m2
AccuTouch: typical 240cd/m2; min. 180cd/m2
Non-Touch: typical 300cd/m2 ; min. 240cd/m2
Acoustic Pulse Recognition: typical 270cd/m2 ; min. 204cd/m2
5 ms typical; 10ms max.
16.7M
CR>10, 80 deg (Up) / 80 deg (Down) typical
70 deg (Up) / 70 deg (Down) min.
CR>10, 80 deg (Left) / 80 deg (Right) typical
70 deg (Left) / 70 deg (Right) min.
R.G.B. Analog 0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm
TTL Positive or Negative
Mini D-Sub 15 pin
Menu,
,
, Select, Power
Contrast, Brightness, H-Position, V-Position, Sharpness
Color Temperature, Phase, Clock, OSD Time, Recall,
Language: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese
DDC1 / 2B
IntelliTouch, AccuTouch, APR
Input AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
o
o
o
o
0 C ~ 40 C (32 F ~ 104 F)
20% ~ 80% (No Condensation)
To 12,000 Feet
o
o
o
o
-20 C ~ 60 C (-4 F ~ 140 F)
10% ~ 90% (No Condensation)
429 x 390 x 212mm
8.4Kg
UL, C-UL, FCC-B, CE, VCCI, C-Tick, MPRII , TUV,
EK, MIC
19” LCD Touchmonitor (ET1915L) Dimensions
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REGULATORY INFORMATION
I. Electrical Safety Information:
A) Compliance is required with respect to the voltage, frequency, and current requirements
indicated on the manufacturer’s label. Connection to a different power source than those
specified herein will likely result in improper operation, damage to the equipment or pose a fire
hazard if the limitations are not followed.
B) There are no operator serviceable parts inside this equipment. There are hazardous voltages
generated by this equipment which constitute a safety hazard. Service should be provided only
by a qualified service technician.
C) This equipment is provided with a detachable power cord which has an integral safety ground
wire intended for connection to a grounded safety outlet.
1) Do not substitute the cord with other than the provided approved type. Under no
circumstances use an adapter plug to connect to a 2-wire outlet as this will defeat the
continuity of the grounding wire.
2) The equipment requires the use of the ground wire as a part of the safety certification,
modification or misuse can provide a shock hazard that can result in serious injury or
death.
3) Contact a qualified electrician or the manufacturer if there are questions about the
installation prior to connecting the equipment to mains power.
II. Emissions and Immunity Information
A) Notice to Users in the United States: 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 harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications.
B) Notice to Users in Canada: This equipment complies with the Class B limits for radio noise
emissions from digital apparatus as established by the Radio Interference Regulations of Industrie
Canada.
C) Notice to Users in the European Union: Use only the provided power cords and
interconnecting cabling provided with the equipment. Substitution of provided cords and cabling
may compromise electrical safety or CE Mark Certification for emissions or immunity as
required by the following standards:
This Information Technology Equipment (ITE) is required to have a CE Mark on the manufacturer’s
label which means that the equipment has been tested to the following Directives and Standards:
This equipment has been tested to the requirements for the CE Mark as required by EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC indicated in European Standard EN 55022 Class B and the Low Volt
age Directive 73/23/EEC as indicated in European Standard EN 60950.
D) General Information to all Users: This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy. If not installed and used according to this manual the equipment may cause
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interference with radio and television communications. There is, however, no guarantee that
interference will not occur in any particular installation due to site-specific factors.
1) In order to meet emission and immunity requirements, the user must observe the following:
a) Use only the provided I/O cables to connect this digital device with any computer.
b) To ensure compliance, use only the provided manufacturer’s approved line cord.
c) The user is cautioned that changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
2) If this equipment appears to cause interference with radio or television reception, or any other
device:
a) Verify as an emission source by turning the equipment off and on.
b) If you determine that this equipment is causing the interference, try to correct the
interference by using one or more of the following measures:
i) Move the digital device away from the affected receiver.
ii) Reposition (turn) the digital device with respect to the affected receiver.
iii) Reorient the affected receiver’s antenna.
iv) Plug the digital device into a different AC outlet so the digital device and the
receiver are on different branch circuits.
v) Disconnect and remove any I/O cables that the digital device does not use.
(Unterminated I/O cables are a potential source of high RF emission levels.)
vi) Plug the digital device into only a grounded outlet receptacle. Do not use AC
adapter plugs. (Removing or cutting the line cord ground may increase RF emission
levels and may also present a lethal shock hazard to the user.)
If you need additional help, consult your dealer, manufacturer, or an experienced radio or television
technician.
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III. Agency Certifications
The following certifications have been issued for this monitor:
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North America/Worldwide: USA UL, Canada cUL
EMEA: Germany TUV, Sweden MPRII
Asia: Australia C-Tick, China CCC, Japan VCCI, Korea MIC
Taiwan BSMI
Elo Declarations: RoHS, China RoHS, WEEE, IMERC, CE, FCC/ICES Class B
Elo Touchsystems 1915L User’s Guide
WARRANTY
Except as otherwise stated herein or in an order acknowledgment delivered to Buyer, Seller warrants
to Buyer that the Product shall be free of defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty for the
touchmonitors and components of the product is 3 (three) years.
Seller makes no warranty regarding the model life of components. Seller’s suppliers may at any time
and from time to time make changes in the components delivered as Products or components.
Buyer shall notify Seller in writing promptly (and in no case later than thirty (30) days after discovery)
of the failure of any Product to conform to the warranty set forth above; shall describe in commercially reasonable detail in such notice the symptoms associated with such failure; and shall provide
to Seller the opportunity to inspect such Products as installed, if possible. The notice must be received by Seller during the Warranty Period for such product, unless otherwise directed in writing
by the Seller. Within thirty (30) days after submitting such notice, Buyer shall package the allegedly
defective Product in its original shipping carton(s) or a functional equivalent and shall ship to Seller
at Buyer’s expense and risk.
Within a reasonable time after receipt of the allegedly defective Product and verification by Seller
that the Product fails to meet the warranty set forth above, Seller shall correct such failure by, at
Seller’s options, either (i) modifying or repairing the Product or (ii) replacing the Product. Such
modification, repair, or replacement and the return shipment of the Product with minimum insurance to Buyer shall be at Seller’s expense. Buyer shall bear the risk of loss or damage in transit, and
may insure the Product. Buyer shall reimburse Seller for transportation cost incurred for Product
returned but not found by Seller to be defective. Modification or repair, of Products may, at Seller’s
option, take place either at Seller’s facilities or at Buyer’s premises. If Seller is unable to modify,
repair, or replace a Product to conform to the warranty set forth above, then Seller shall, at Seller’s
option, either refund to Buyer or credit to Buyer’s account the purchase price of the Product less
depreciation calculated on a straight-line basis over Seller’s stated Warranty Period.
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INDEX
A
I
About the Product, 2
About Touchmonitor Adjustments, 17
Input Signal, 24
Installing USB Touch Driver for Acoustic
Pulse Recognition , 10
Installation and Setup, 3
Installing the Driver Software, 6
Installing the Serial Touch Driver, 7
Installing the Serial Touch Driver for MS-DOS and
Windows 3.1, 8
Installing the Serial Touch Driver for Windows XP,
Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT 4.0, 7
Installing the USB Touch Driver, 9
Installing the USB Touch Driver for Windows XP,
Windows 2000, Me, 95/98 and NT 4.0, 7
B
Brightness, 17
C
Care and Handling of Your Touchmonitor, 22
Certifications, 24
Contrast Ratio, 24
Controls and Adjustment, 13
D
Dimensions (HxWxD), 25
Display Angle, 16
Display Color, 24
Display Mode, 24
Display Size, 24
F
Front Control, 24
Front Panel Controls, 12
M
Main Unit, 5
Max. Resolution, 24
N
Native Resolution, 19
O
Operating Conditions, 24
OSD, 24
OSD Control Options, 14
OSD Menu Functions, 13
P
Pixel Pitch, 24
Plug & Play, 24
Power Adapter, 24
Power Management System, 16
Precautions, 1
Product Description, 1
Product Overview, 5
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R
Rear View, 5
Response Time, 24
S
Signal Connector, 24
Solutions to Common Problems, 17
Storage Conditions, 24
SVGA, 24
SXGA, 24
T
Technical Specifications, 23
Touch Interface Connection, 4
Touch Panel (optional), 24
Touchmonitor Safety, 21
Touchmonitor Specifications, 23
Troubleshooting, 17
U
Unpacking Your Touchmonitor, 3
UXGA, 19
V
VGA, 24
Viewing Angle, 24
W
Warranty, 29
Weight (Net), 24
X
XGA, 24
I N D E X - 31
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