Руководство пользователя панелей Hyundai (eng) 4157 кБайт

Руководство пользователя панелей Hyundai (eng) 4157 кБайт
User’s Guide
MODELS : D46KFA, D46CFA,
D558FA, D552FA
U.S.A.
U.S.FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
STATEMENT INFORMATION TO THE USER
NOTE : This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference 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.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
yy Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
yy Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
yy Connect the equipment into an outlet of a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
yy Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/Monitor technician for assistance.
Changes or modification not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Connecting of peripherals requires the use of grounded shielded signal cables.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
For the following product :
All of Digital sigange HYUNDAI IBT provides
Manufactured at :
(factory name, address)
Hyundai IBT Co., Ltd. 106, Apogongdan-gil, Gimcheon-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, 740-862 Republic of Korea
We herewith confirmed to comply with the requirements set put in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Lows of the Member States relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
(89/336/EEC), Low-Voltage Directive(73/23/EEC , 93/68/EEC) . For the evaluation regarding the Directives,
the following standards were applied:
EN60065/2002 + A1:2006 + A11:2008 + A2:2010 + A12:2011
EN55022 : 2006
EN55024/A2 : 2003
EN61000-3-2 : 2006
EN61000-3-3 : 2008
Contents
Major features............................................................................................................ 2
Safety Information..................................................................................................... 2
Be sure to understand............................................................................................... 5
Check the product list................................................................................................ 6
Proper location for product installation................................................................... 7
Installing a Bracket.................................................................................................... 8
Title and function of each part............................................................................... 10
Adjusting OSD and explanation of its function.................................................... 15
Diagnosis.................................................................................................................. 34
Specifications........................................................................................................... 36
* REMOTE CONTROL / RS232C COMMAND SPEC
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Major features
This product has been designed to enable the user ease of use, and display information
effectively and conveniently.
• TFT LCD Module adopted
• OSD control function
• Vivid digital color display
• Automatic Image control
• Automatic temperature control
• High speed response
• Built in multi-vision function • Low power consumption
• HDMI, DVI, D-Sub input & DVI, D-Sub output
Safety Information
This product is designed to ensure user's safety.
Avoid the following items to prevent serious electric shot and other dangers.
- Do not place wet objects on or around the product or the power cord.
- Do not cover or insert anything over or into the ventilation openings.
- Do not place in a location where damage can be caused by oil, smoke, high temperature,
high humidity, dust etc.
- The product is not suitable for use at visual display workplaces according to §2 of the German
Ordinance for Work with Visual Display Units.
- The main plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable.
- An apparatus with CLASS I construction shall be connected to a Mains socket outlet
with a protective earthing connection.
- Make sure that the power cord and other cables are correctly plugged in.
- Plug the power cord correctly into the end, do not wobble/jiggle, it may cause electric shock fire.
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- Do not touch the power cord with wet hands, it may cause electric shock.
- O
verloaded AC outlets and extension cables are as dangerous as the power cord being damaged,
call service engineer for replacement as it may cause electric shock or fire.
- Do not use multiple devices in a single power outlet, it may cause overheating or fire.
- Do not use or place sharp objects near the LCD surface, as this can cause damage to the screen itself.
- W
hen cleaning the LCD screen / Surface, do not use chemical cleaning products as this can
seriously damage the special coatings on the screen. Only use water to dampen a soft cloth and
lightly clear the screen.
- O
ver time dust deposits can build up inside the product, this can cause the product to overheat
thus causing premature malfunction or fire. Please do not attempt to clean the inside of the
product yourself, please contact the local service agent.
- Do not use alcohol or strong chemical solvent such as methyl, ethyl or a Isopropyl.
- In the case of cleaning, be sure to remove the power cord and wipe with a soft dry fabric.
- Keep batteries for the remote control out of children's sight.
- Batteries should be inserted using the correct polarity (+,-).
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- Use only new batteries, do not mix old & new.
- Risk of Explosion if Battery is replaced by an Incorrect Type. Dispose of Used Batteries
According to the Instructions.
- Place unit on a stable bracket or surface.
- More than 2 people should work together when moving or installing.
- Do not hang on or jump to the product or mounting rack.
- When the product is left unused for a long time, be sure to unplug the power cord.
- In the case of damage or breakage do not attempt to self repair, please contact local service
engineer.
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- In case of Kiosk Model, keep installing the product on the flat location and fixing the wheels
not to move itself or fall down.
- On Kiosk Model, make sure to turn off the power before connecting cables.
- This manual contains general instructions for the display products only so refer to the
provided CD-ROM manual and the driver installation manual for the driver installation
instructions for touch screen and/or touch screen itself.
- The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
- Shall be connected to a MAINS socket outlet with a protective earthing connection.
- The disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
- The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
- Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury
from tip-over.
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Be sure to understand
Image quality of the product
CAUSE
Due to the nature of LCD's property, Afterimage can occur. Afterimage appears when
identical frames / images are displayed continuasly. If displayed for prolonged periods of
time this can become permanent.
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PREVENTION
When you display a freeze frame for a long time, lower the brightness and contrast
(Brightness, 70/ Contrast, 80). Also it can be prevented by using moving frame.
COUNTERMEASURES
Temporary afterimage can be alleviated by displaying white or moving frame about 10
hours.(But, permanent afterimage cannot be disappeared according to the property of
LCD) This method is used to remove temporary afterimage that may occur after
displaying a still frame for a certain time.
It can take several minutes or hours to remove afterimage according to the severity. In the case that your cannot avoid displaying identical still image continuously, you can prevent it by displaying moving image for 2 or 3 minutes in every hour. As the brightness of still image and time of display are the cause of afterimage, you are recommended to lower the brightness in that case.
!
Above problem shall not be covered by warranty.
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Check the product list
Please check the following components provided with the product after you open the box.
Remote control
!
Power Cord
HDMI cable
HDMI to DVI Cable (Option)
CD Manual &Sheet
D-SUB Cable
RS232C Cable (Option)
please check the following components provided with the product after you open
the box and contact the dealer if any missing.
* The contents may vary depending on models and sometimes the contents may be attached on the product.
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Proper location for
product installation
1. Locate the product at least 30cm away from the electric appliance or heating product.
2. The product must be placed at least 10cm away from the wall and ground.
3. Keep the product out of direct ray of light and locate screen not to be reflected by the
sunlight.
4. Make sure the mounting rack firmly tightened before installation.
!
Portrait Mode
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Please take extra care during installation, it is possible to cause damage if the unit is
handled badly or knocked.
- Only on some models.
- When installing in portrait mode, rotate the monitor clockwise
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Installing a Bracket
- A type
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- The contents may vary depending on models
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- The contents may vary depending on models
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Installing a Bracket
- B type
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Title and function of each
part
1
2
3
4
Input selection button : to select other connected
device.
Menu button : to display menu or exit from the menu.
To move down in OSD menu.
To move up in OSD menu.
To move left and control the volume down in OSD menu.
To move right and control the volume up OSD menu.
Select button. 1 2 3
POWER
10
5
6
7
8
Power button ; to turn the power on or off.
SOURCE
MENU
4
SELECT
5
6 7 8
VOL
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Terminal panel
%
^ & * ( )
1 2
3
1 PIR SENSOR IN (Option)
2 HDMI IN
3 DVI OUT
4 PC D-SUB IN
5 PC D-SUB OUT
6 PC AUDIO IN
4
5
678 90 !
UPGRADE Port :
*this port is used for upgrade service
and not for general users.
9 RS-232C IN
78!
0 RS-232C OUT
@ COMPONENT OUT (Y/Pb/Pr)
# CVBS OUT
$ COMPONENT AUDIO IN (L/R)
@ # $
% SPEAKER OUT
^ COMPONENT IN (Y/Pb/Pr)
& CVBS IN
* COMPONENT AUDIO IN (L/R)
( AC POWER SWITCH
) AC IN
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Remote control





1 To turn the power on or off.
2 Move up in OSD menu.
3 To move left or control the volume down in OSD
menu.





4 To move right or control the volume up in OSD menu.
5 To move down in OSD menu.
6 [ENTER] Select in OSD menu.
7 Display the OSD menu.
8 Close the OSD menu.
9 Display the menu of signal source and choose it.
0 Temporary sound switch off.
[TIP] If it doesn’t need to control display by a remote-controller, press button of remote-controller in order following.
MENU → SOURCE → EXIT → ▼ → ENTER(↵)
* Press button once again in order above so that original condition is returned.
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Support timing for HDMI/DVI
NO
Resolution
Horizontal frequency
(KHz)
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
1
480p
640 x 480p
60
2
576p
720 x 576p
50
3
720p
1280 x 720p
50 / 60
4
1080i
1920 x 1080i
50 / 60
5
640 x 480
31.47
59.94
6
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
7
1024 x 768
48.36
60
8
1360 x 768
47.70
60
9
1280 x 1024
63.98
60
10
1920 x 1080
67.50
60
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1080p
1920 x 1080p
60
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Support timing for analog RGB
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NO
Resolution
Horizontal frequency
(KHz)
Vertical frequency
(Hz)
1
640 x 480
31.47
59.94
2
800 x 600
37.88
60.32
3
1024 x 768
48.36
60.00
4
1360 x 768
47.71
60.00
5
1280 x 1024
63.98
60.00
6
1920 x 1080
67.50
60.00
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How
to Select the Picture
Mode
Users can automatically adjust the picture mode according to the input mode.
Picture
Picture Mode
:
Custom
Custom

High
Colour Tone

Middle
Size
:
PC
U Select
Low


Enter

1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select “Picture” Icon. “Picture mode” is
highlighted.
3. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select “Picture mode”.
4. The menu changes in the following order.
Custom -> High -> Middle -> Low
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
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Adjusting OSD and
explanation of its
function
Menu
✔ Menu of PC doesn’t appear on OSD when user uses HDMI and DVI signal.
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How
to Set the Desired
Picture
Users can manually adjust their desired picture
Custom
U
Brightness
:
70
Contrast
:
80
Move

Adjust

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Picture" Icon.
"Picture mode" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Custom" and press ▶or
↲ buttons to select "Custom".
4. Select required option by pressing the ▲ / ▼ or ↲ button,
then Press◀ / ▶ button to adjust.
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
- Brightness : Adjust the brightness of the entire picture.
- Contrast : Adjust the brightness and darkness of the object and backgrounds.
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How to Select a Colour Tone
Users can adjust Color as users want.
Colour Tone
Colour Tone
:
Normal
Red
:
50
Green
:
50
Blue
:
50
U Move

Enter

1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Picture" Icon.
"Picture Mode" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Colour Tone"
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select "Colour Tone" .
5. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons, then the menu changes in the
following order.
Custom -> Cool2 -> Cool1 -> Normal -> Warm1 -> Warm2
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Menu
6. Press EXIT button to escape OSD menu or press MENU button to return to the previous menu.
- Custom : When the user wants to set the degree of RGB directly.
- Cool : For cool colors with bluish tone.
- Normal : For a general Colour Tone.
- Warm : For warm colors with reddish tone.
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How to Set the Display Size
Users can adjust the display scale as they want
Picture
Picture Mode
:
Custom

Colour Tone

Wide
:
4:3
Size
PC
U Select


Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select “Picture” Icon. “Picture Mode” is
highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Size”.
4. Press ◀ / ▶ or ↲ buttons and press ▲ / ▼ then the
mode change in the following order.
Wide -> 4 : 3
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
- Wide - General broadcast picture is adjusted to 16:9.
- 4 : 3 - 4 : 3 general picture size
✔ Menu of PC doesn’t appear on OSD when user uses HDMI and DVI signal.
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How to set image adjustment
in PC mode
(Supported only in PC mode)
Picture
Auto Adjust

Phase
:
52
H-Posilion
:
16
V-Posilion
:
24
Fiequency
:
-78
Resolution
:
U Move

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Picture" Icon.
"Picture Mode" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to PC and press
▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "PC"
"Auto Adjust" is high lighted.
4. Press ↲ button to execute the "Auto Adjust"
5. Select the required option by pressing the ◀ / ▶ or ↲
button, then press ◀ / ▶button to adjust
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6. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button to return to the previous menu.
- Auto Adjust : Horizontal/vertical positions are automatically adjusted.
- Phase : To eliminate the shake of the picture.
- H-Position : To adjust the horizontal position of the picture.
- V-Position : To adjust the vertical position of the picture.
- Frequency : To eliminate the shake of picture.
- Resolution : Selecting resolution is allowed to only set to 1024x768, 1280x768, 1360x768, 1366x768.
Select corresponsive resolution with specified resolution of image.
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How
to Select the Audio
Mode
Users can adjust sound mode automatically as they want.
Sound
Mode
:
Custom
Volume
:
Standard
Balance
:
Music

Movie
Auto Volume
:
Speech
Sound Mode
:
HDMI Sound
:
Equalizer
U Select

Enter

1. Press Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Sound” Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select “Sound” Icon. “Mode” is
highlighted.
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons, to select to Sound mode.
then the menu changes in the following order.
Custom->Standard -> Music -> Movie -> Speech
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
Menu
- Custom : When the user wants to set the values directly.
- Standard : For the general sound. Most audio contents are appropriate to this mode.
- Music : For enjoying original sound.
- Movie : Grandiose sound.
- Speech : Clear sound.
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Users can adjust sound mode automatically as they want.
Sound
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How to Adjust the Desired
Audio Mode
Sound
Mode
:
Standard
Volume
:
30
Balance
:
L50 R50
Equalizer

Auto Volume
:
Off
Sound Mode
:
Stereo
HDMI Sound
:
HDMI
U Move
L Adjust

Menu
U
10KHz
50
3KHz
50
1KHz
50
300Hz
50
100Hz
50
Move
L
Adjust

Menu
1. Press Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Sound" Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select "Sound" Icon. "Mode" is highlighted.
4. P
ress ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Balance" or "Equalizer" .
5. Press ↲ buttons to select "Balance" or "Equalizer". Balance or Equalizer menu appears.
6. Select required option by pressing the ▲ / ▼ buttons, then Press ◀ / ▶ buttons to adjust.
7. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button to return to the previous menu.
-B
alance : Adjusts the balance of left and right speakers.
-E
qualizer : Adjusts the audio output signal in the desired band.
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How to Select Auto Volume
This function will automatically give a similar volume size to each channel.
Sound
Mode
:
Volume
:
Balance
:
Equalizer

On
Auto Volume
:
Off
Sound Mode
:
HDMI Sound
:
U Select
How to Select Sound Mode


Enter
Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Sound" Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select "Sound" Icon.
"Mode" is highlighted.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Auto Volume".
5. Press ◀ / ▶ or ↲ buttons to select "On/Off".
6. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to "On/Off".
7. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu
Depending on the particular program being broadcast, you can select stereo or mono.
Sound
Mode
:
Volume
:
Balance
:
Equalizer

Stereo
Auto Volume
:
Mono L
Sound Mode
:
Mono R
HDMI Sound
:
U Select

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Sound" Icon.
"Mode" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Sound Mode".
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "Sound Mode".
5. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to select to "Stereo"," Mono L"or
"Mono R.
6. Press exit button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button
to return to the previous menu
- Choose "Stereo" for channels that are broadcasting in Stereo.
-C
hoose "Mono" for channels that are broadcasting in Mono, or if you are having difficultly receiving
a Stereo signal.
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Sound
Mode
:
Volume
:
Balance
:
Equalizer

Auto Volume
:
Sound Mode
:
HDMI
HDMI Sound
:
DVI
U Select

Enter

1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select “Sound” Icon.
“Mode” is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “HDMI Sound”.
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to “HDMI Sound”.
5. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to select to “DVI”.
6. Press exit button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu
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How to Select HDMI Sound
Menu
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How to Reset
Setup
U
Reset

Time

Language
:
OSD Tone
:
Key Lock
:
DCR
:
Pixelshift
:
Move

1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
3. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "Reset".
4. Press ↲ buttons to choose to "Reset".
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button
to return to the previous menu.

Enter
Menu
When you select "Reset" user setting Value will initialize.
ow to Set Clock,Sleep Time,
H
ON/OFF Time
Setup
U
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Reset

Time

Language
:
English
OSD Tone
:
Off
Key Lock
:
Off
DCR
:
Off
Pixelshift
:
Move

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Time".
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select "Time".
Time menu appears, then "Clock" is highlighted.
5. Press ◀ / ▶ buttons to move between Hour, Minute and
Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to set Hour, Minute.
Time
U
Clock
:
05 : 00
On Timer
:
00 : 00
Off
Off Timer
:
00 : 00
Off
On Time Volume
:
20
Source
:
PC
Move


Enter
<Go to step 6 if you need to set the "On or Off Timer">
6. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "On or Off Timer".
7. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select "On or Off Timer" .
8. Press ◀ / ▶ buttons to move between Hour, Minute and on/
off and Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to set Hour, Minute and on/off
<go to step 9 if you need to set the "On Time Volume">
9. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "On Time Volume".
10. Press ◀ / ▶ buttons to adjust Volume.
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Menu
<go to step 11 if you need to set the "Source">
11. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Source"
12. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "Source"
13. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to set to Source
Choosing the Your
Languages
Setup
U
Reset

English
Time

Japanese
Language
:
OSD Tone
:
Key Lock
:
DCR
:
Pixelshift
:
Select

Enter
Korean

1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to "Language" and press
▶ or ↲ button to select to “Language”.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to set to language.
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
Menu
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How to set OSD
Transparency
Setup
U
Reset

Time

Language
:
Off
OSD Tone
:
On
Key Lock
:
DCR
:
Pixelshift
:
Select


Enter
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
3. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "OSD Tone"
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "OSD Tone".
5. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to "On/Off".
Menu
User can lock the control buttons on the front bottom of the Monitor.
How to Set Key-Lock
Setup
U
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Reset

Time

Language
:
OSD Tone
:
Off
Key Lock
:
On
DCR
:
Pixelshift
:
Select

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to "Setup" Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to "Key Lock".
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "Key Lock".
6. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to "On/Off".
7. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
How to select DCR
Setup
Reset

Time

Language
:
OSD Tone
:
Key Lock
:
Off
DCR
:
On
Pixelshift
:
U Select

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to “Setup” Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “DCR”.
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "DCR".
6. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to "On/Off".
7. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
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How to select Pixelshift
This function prevents image burn-in problem on LCD screen.
Setup
Reset

Time

Language
:
OSD Tone
:
Key Lock
:
DCR
:
Off
Pixelshift
:
On
U Select

Enter

Menu
1. Press Menu button.
Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to “Setup” Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select "Setup" Icon.
"Reset" is highlighted.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Pixelshift”.
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to "Pixelshift".
6. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to "On/Off".
7. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU
button to return to the previous menu.
✔ W
hen Pixelshift option is on, the image moves on the display periodically. It might be seen like the
image pops but not the symptoms of display error.
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Multi
Multi
Temp Control

H Set Count
:
1
Multi Function

V Set Count
:
1
Display Sequence
:
1
H Edge ADJ
:
0
V Edge ADJ
:
0
SET ID
:
1
Master
:
Off
Compensation
:
U Move

Enter

U Move
Menu

Adjust

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ow to Set the Multi
H
Function
Menu
1. P
ress Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to "Multi" Icon.
3. P
ress ↲ button to select "Mutli" Icon.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Mutli Function”.
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to “Mutli Function”.
4. P
ress ▲ / ▼ buttons to set up and change the location of the screen to be displyed. H Set Count/
V Set Count/Display Sequence / H Edge ADJ / V Edge ADJ / SET ID/ Master
(Example of installation) install 3x2 with 6 units
Product 1
Product 2
Product 3
Product 4
Product 5
Product 6
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Set up Value
installation item
Product 1
Product 2
Product 3
Product 4
Product 5
Product 6
H Set Count
3
3
3
3
3
3
V Set Count
2
2
2
2
2
2
Display Sequence
1
2
3
4
5
6
H Edge ADJ /
V Edge ADJ
These are the set up value to make up the un-displayed area of Bezel Part.
It can be adjustable according to the contents
SET ID
It is necessary to control via RS232 communication port on PC. But do not
need to set up or change when they are not controlled by PC
Master
You are recommended to use the Master on state only one of products that
you are using
[Cautions]
- In case of connecting the products in series from the input device(HDMI ➔ analog RGB ➔
component ➔ video), a distributor is recommended in order because there may be loss of
screen quality.
-Y
ou are recommended to use the progressive frequency of HDMI in case of using multivision function.
(It may not be displayed properly when using Video input or interlace frequency)
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To connect multiple monitors
to the PC in HDMI/DVI mode
HDMI Cable
OR
HDMI-IN
DVI-OUT
HDMI-IN
DVI-OUT
HDMI-IN
DVI-OUT
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DVI-HDMI Cable
(not included)
Product 1
Product 2
Product 3
* When multi-connecting in/out cascade format, loss of display quality can happen.
We recommend using a cable distributor.
DVI-IN
DVI-OUT
DVI-IN
DVI-OUT
DVI-IN
DVI-OUT
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How to select Compensation
This function emphasizes the signal level to prevent the signal loss when the displays are chained by HDMI
cable.
Multi
Multi
Temp Control

H Set Count
:
Multi Function

V Set Count
:
Display Sequence
:
H Edge ADJ
:
V Edge ADJ
:
SET ID
:
Master
:
Off
Compensation
:
On
U Move

Enter

Menu
U Move

Adjust

Menu
1. P
ress Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to "Multi" Icon.
3. P
ress ↲ button to select "Mutli" Icon.
4. Press ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Mutli Function”.
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to “Mutli Function”.
4. P
ress ▲ / ▼ buttons to move to “Compensation”.
5. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to “Compensation”.
6. Press ▲ / ▼ or ↲ buttons to set to “On/Off”.
7. P
ress EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button to return to the previous menu.
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Multi
Multi
Temp Control

Fan Control
:
Auto
Multi Function

Fan Active Temp
:
38 °C
Hysteresis
:
5 °C
Temprature
:
32 ℃
U Move

Enter

Menu
U Move

Enter

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ow to check the currently
H
temperature
Menu
1. Press Menu button. Menu items appear on the screen.
2. Press ▲ / ▼ button to move to “Multi” Icon.
3. Press ↲ button to select “Multi” Icon, then “Temp Control” is highlighted.
4. Press ▶ or ↲ buttons to select to “Temp Control”.
The current temperature is displayed.
5. Press EXIT button to escape OSD MENU or press MENU button to return to the previous menu.
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Diagnosis
34
When the product is not working properly, please check before you call customer center.
Symptoms
How to solve the problem
Screen displays late
after the power is on.
It happens not to show the screen noise when the power is on. Therefore it is not a
defect. But if the screen doesn't show up within 5 minutes from turning on, please
contact the customer center.
The screen is too dark
or bright?
Adjust the brightness or contrast.
The screen doesn't
show up indicating
"Out of range".
You are using a signal which is outside the operating frequencies of the product
(Unsupported), please change you video signal.
when the screen is
scrambled.
please check the cable connection and the signal generator and contact customer
center.
Automatic switching-on
function is not working
/ the input data were
disapperared when
reboot the system after
setting up the time
Automatic switching-on function is working when the product has been turned
off via remote control or power button on main body. It is because that the setup values are deleted when the power cord is unplugged.
The screen and sound
are not synchronized
Check if the power is on, suspended or is correctly plugged into the outlet. Plug
the power cord of other peripheral device to the outlet that the product is being
connected.
Symptoms
How to solve the problem
The screen displays
without the sound.
check the volume up and down with remote control and audio connection cable
No sound from either
right speaker or left
speaker.
Confirm the status of the sound balance on OSD menu and check the connection
of speaker cable.
Remote control
doesn't work.
Check if any foreign substances in the sensor and the polarity of battery inserted.
If the batteries are drained, replace them with new batteries.
PC D-SUB doesn't
work.
Set up the resolution referring to frequency table of input terminal. And re-boot
the system as it supports Plug and Play.
Fan on the rear
doesn't work
Check the status of temperature control on OSD menu
The screen doesn't
show up when display
the multi-vision.
check if it is set up to video input. Confirm if Interlace Timing was inputted.
( Refer to the cautions on Page 34 )
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• If any problem unsolved by above diagnosis, please call customer center.
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Specifications
LCD
1920 x 1080 Pixel (Full HD)
Model List
- D46KFA
Screen size (HxV/mm)
D46CFA
D558FA
D552FA
Recommended resolution
Input
D46KFA, D46CFA : 1018.08(H) x 572.67(V)
D558FA, D552FA : 1209.6(H) x 680.4(V)
1920 x 1080 @60Hz
PIR(option), HDMI, DVI-D(HDMI Connector), D-Sub, PC Audio L/R, RS232C,
Component, Component Audio L/R, Composite, Composite Audio L/R
Output
DVI-D, D-Sub, RS232C, Speaker L/R, Component, Composite
Power
AC 100- 240V 50/60Hz
Consumption (Typical)
Operating Temperature
Control type
D46KFA : 140 W
D46CFA : TBD
D558FA : TBD
D552FA : 190 W
0 ~ 40°C
Remote control, key control
• Above specification may be changed without prior notification for quality improvement.
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< REMOTE CONTROL SPEC >
1. REMOTE CONTROL WAVE FORM
2. REMOTE CONTROL KEY CODE TABLE
1) Remote Control System Infrared rey system
Custom Code : 7788H
fosc=455KHZ fc=fosc/2=37.917KHZ
2) Signal code
• Transmission
- One pulse
LEAD CODE
LEAD CODE
CUSTOM CODE
LOW
CUSTOM CODE
LOW
LEAD CODE
9ms
9ms
CUSTOM CODE
HIGH
CUSTOM CODE
HIGH
CUSTOM CODE
LOW
DATA CODE
DATA CODE
CUSTOM CODE
HIGH
DATA CODE
DATA CODE
DATA CODE
DATA CODE
4.5ms
4.5ms
KEY
DATA
POWER
0x80
MUTE
0x81
MENU
0x95
EXIT
0x96
SOURCE
0xAC
ENTER (↵)
0x8C
UP
0x8D
DOWN
0x8E
LEFT
0x8F
RIGHT
0x90
DATA LAYOUT
4.5ms
- Bit Desciption
9ms
Bit “0”
Bit “1”
80
0.56ms
81
0.56ms
0.56ms
1.125ms
0.56ms
8D
2.25ms
8C
8F
0.56ms2.25ms
0.56ms
1.125ms
9O
8E
2.25ms
1.125ms
Tf
Tf
95
96
- Flame Interval
Tf
Tf
Tf
Tf
Tf=108ms 455KHz
Tf=108ms 455KHz
Tf=108ms 455KHz
AC
< RS232C COMMAND SPEC >
1. CONFIGRATION
Example. 1 To power on Set ID No 1
1) SPEED : 9600 Baud/s, 8 bit, No parity, 1 Stop bit.
Item
HEADER
SET ID
COMMAND
2) Cable Connetion
askii
did:
01-
pn
.
hexa
0x64 0x69 0x64 0x3A
0x30 0x31 0x2D
0x70 0x6E
0x2E
decimal
100 105 100 58
48 49 45
112 110
46
SET ID
COMMAND
END
CONTROLER(PC)
6
7
8
9
1
6
2
3
Rx
Tx
G
4
5
2
2
3
3
5
5
9Pin DIN male
Tx
Rx
G
7
8
9
1
2
Example. 2 To FAN on Set ID No 2
3
Item
4
5
RS232C Cable
2. COMMAND FORMAT
- SET ID must select from the OSD menu and can’t be select through the
COMMAND.
- Only one unit can be set as Master unit, select Master ON from the OSD
Menu. (DEFAULT OFF)
- For viewing COMMAND from Hyper Terminal windows, One unit must set
as MASTER ON
• Data Format
Item
HEADER
SET ID
COMMAND
END
askii
did:
xxx- or all-
follow 2.2
.
hexa
0x64 0x69 0x64 0x3A
0x78 0x78 0x78 0x2D or
0x61 0x6C 0x6C 0x2D
HEADER: Command head code.
SET ID: Set ID.
all unit control - “xxx- or all-”
unit no : “01 ~ 99”
COMMAND: follow 2.2
END: inform end of send data.
follow 2.2
END
0x2E
HEADER
askii
did:
02-
fn
.
hexa
0x64 0x69 0x64 0x3A
0x30 0x32 0x2D
0x70 0x6E
0x2E
decimal
100 105 100 58
48 50 45
102 110
46
• Command Type
Item
Command
Description
hexa
pn
power on
0x70 0x6E
pf
power off
0x70 0x66
ps
on, video out / on, video in /
off, video out / off, video in /
on, dpms mode
sd
input hdmi
0x73 0x64
sp
input pc
0x73 0x70
sc
input component
0x73 0x63
sa
input av
0x73 0x61
is
input source status
0x69 0x73
sv
input DVI
mtn
remote controller active on
0x72 0x6D 0x74 0x6E
Remote mtf
remote controller active off
0x72 0x6D 0x74 0x66
Power
Input Source
mts
remote controller active status
0x54 0x65 0x6D 0x70
0x73 0x76
Item
Factory
Command
Description
hexa
fr
factory reset
fo
factory option view
“lp:?, am:?, av:?, si:?, pwm:?, mot:?.”
- last power, aging, av enable, source,
pwm, motion
0x66 0x6F
mn
model nember
ex) model no 1:DID D400 SEC HD.
0x6D 0x6E
fv
firmware version
ex) fw:DID IN HD EU V4.84 110217.
0x66 0x76
dp
dpms on / dpms off
0x64 0x70
cr
Enable Color Control Mode
0x63 0x72
q
quit (from ir & cr mode)
sbu
sub-brightness 1 step up
sbd
sub-brightness 1 step down
rou
red offset 1 step up
rod
red offset 1 step down
gou
Item
Command
Description
hexa
pmc
picture mode custom
0x70 0x6D 0x63
pmh
picture mode high
0x70 0x6D 0x68
pmm
picture mode middle
0x70 0x6D 0x68
pml
picture mode low
0x70 0x6D 0x6C
pbu
picture mode custom brightness 1 step upstep up
0x70 0x62 0x75
pbd
picture mode custom brightness 1 step upstep down
0x70 0x62 0x64
pcu
picture mode custom contrast 1 step up
0x70 0x63 0x75
pcd
picture mode custom contrast 1 step down
0x70 0x63 0x64
pcb
picture mode custom brightness
Brightness 70 (01~100) : ex) pcd70
0x50 0x63 0x62 value
0x50 0x63 0x62 0x37 0x30
pcc
blue offset 1 step down
Contrast 55 (01~100) : ex) pcc55
0x70 0x63 0x63 value
0x70 0x63 0x63 0x35 0x35
0x73 0x62 0x64
tru
picture color tone red up
0x73 0x63 0x75
0x72 0x6F 0x75
trd
picture color tone red down
0x73 0x63 0x64
0x72 0x6F 0x64
tgu
picture color tone green up
0x72 0x67 0x75
green offset 1 step up
0x67 0x6F 0x75
tgd
rpicture color tone green down
0x72 0x67 0x64
god
green offset 1 step down
0x67 0x6F 0x64
tbu
picture color tone blue up
0x67 0x67 0x75
bou
blue offset 1 step up
0x62 0x6F 0x75
tbd
picture color tone blue down
blue offset 1 step down
0x62 0x6F 0x64
ptcm
picture color tone custom
0x70 0x74 0x63 0x6D
ptc2
picture color tone cool2
0x70 0x74 0x63 0x32
ptc1
picture color tone cool1
0x70 0x74 0x63 0x31
Factory bod
Color
Control scu
0x66 0x72
Picture
Mode
0x71
0x73 0x62 0x75
0x67 0x67 0x64
sub-contrast 1 step up
0x73 0x63 0x75
scd
sub-contrast 1 step down
0x73 0x63 0x64
rgu
red gain 1 step up
0x72 0x67 0x75
ptnl
picture color tone normal
0x70 0x74 0x6E 0x6C
rgd
red gain 1 step down
0x72 0x67 0x64
ptw2
picture color tone warm2
0x70 0x74 0x77 0x32
ggu
green gain 1 step up
0x67 0x67 0x75
ptw1
picture color tone warm1
0x70 0x74 0x77 0x31
ggd
green gain 1 step down
0x67 0x67 0x64
bgu
blue gain 1 step up
0x62 0x67 0x75
rgb-r
color tone red ex) rgb-r55
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x72 value
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x72 0x35 0x35
bgd
blue gain 1 step down
0x62 0x67 0x64
rgb-g
color tone green ex) rgb-g56
blu
backlight value 1 step up
0x62 0x6C 0x75
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x67 value
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x67 0x35 0x36
bld
backlight value 1 step down
0x62 0x6C 0x64
rgb-b
color tone blue ex) rgb-b45
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x62 value
0x72 0x67 0x62 0x2D 0x62 0x34 0x35
Picture
Color
Item
Picture
Option
Multi
IR
Command
Description
hexa
Item
Command
Description
hexa
pc
picture size center
0x70 0x63
j
left
0x6A
pw
picture size wide
0x70 0x77
k
right
0x6B
otf
osd tone off
0x6F 0x74 0x66
e
enter
0x65
otn
osd tone on
0x6F 0x74 0x6E
m
menu
0x6D
at
auto adjust
0x61 0x74
x
exit
0x78
rt
resolution
“ ?x?, h?, v?.”
ex) “1920x1080, h47, v60.”
0x72 0x68
i
input
0x69
Chxvy
H Set Count is x, V Set Count is y
0x43 0x68 X Value 0x76 Y Value
r
mute
0x72
Nhxvy
H Set window is x, V Set window is y
0x4E 0x68 X Value 0x76 Y Value
The others quit (from Ir mode)
The others
Ehxvy
H Edge ADJ is x, V Edge ADJ is y
0x45 0x68 X Value 0x76 Y Value
x
Display sequence no is x
fs
fan status
ft
fan active temperature
? : 020~100
0x66 0x74 Value
ft? “fan active temp [?’C]”
0x66 0x74 0x34 0x30
fh
fan hysteresis
? : 00~20
fh? “hysteresis temp [?’C]”
ff
fan control off
0x66 0x66
fn
fan control on
0x66 0x6E
fa
fan control auto
0x66 0x61
la
light sensor auto
0x6C 0x61
lh
light sensor high
0x6C 0x68
lm
light sensor middle
0x6C 0x6D
ll
light sensor low
0x6C 0x6C
tp
temperature “temp: [?’C]”
0x74 0x70
ir
Enable Ir Mode, can use keyboard buttons as RMC
0x69 0x72
q
quit (from ir & cr mode)
0x71
p
power
0x70
u
up
0x75
n
down
0x6E
IR
0x78
0x66 0x65 0x6D 0x70
0x66 0x68 Value
0x66 0x68 0x30 0x33
Error
hdcp-s
hdcp-status
HDCP Vector - x x x x x [Hex]
0x68 0x64 0x63 0x2D 0x73
HDCP Index - x x x x [Hex]
HDCP Checksum - x x [Hex]
did:all-wn=si
Change all units ‘Display Sequence’ to 0x64 0x69 0x64 0x3A 0x61 0x6C 0x6C 0x2D
0x77 0x6E 0x3D 0x73 0x69 0x2E
‘SET ID’
did:allfst-hxvy
Set all units to ‘H SET Count’ = x, ‘V SET Count’ = y, 0x64 0x69 0x64 0x3A 0x61 0x6C 0x6C 0x66
0x73 0x74 0x2D 0x68 X Value 0x76 Y Value 0x2E
Display Sequence’ = ‘Select to SET ID
“Error.”
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