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User's Manual

Table of Contents

Preface 1

Chapter I Installation 2

Unpacking 2

Connecting the LCD Monitor and Base 2

Viewing Angle Adjustment 2

Detaching LCD Monitor from lis Stand 3

Interface for Arm Applications 3

Connecting the Display 3

Connecting the AC POWCL 3

Connecting the Audio Cable 3

Setting Up the LCD Monitor 3

Power Management System 3

Chapter 2 Display Controls 4

User Controls 4

Adjusting the Monitor's Display 4

Function Description 5

Chapter 3 Technical Information 6

Speci fications 6

Standard Timing Table 8

Troub leshooting 8

I ~~!~~~ designed to assist users in setting up and using the LCD Monitor. lnfonnation in this document has been . carefully checked tor accuracy; however, no !:,'Illillliltee is given to the correctness of the contents, The Intormation in this document is subject to change without notice. This document contains proprietary infonnation protected by copyright. All rights lire reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced by any mechanical, electronic or other means, in any form, without prior written permission of the manufacturer.

FCC Statement Warning

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits tor a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protect ion against harmful interferenec in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference wi 11 not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment docs cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be detcnninod by tuming the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

I • Reori ent or relocate the receiving anten na.

o Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.

o Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturers may void the users authority to operate this equipment

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A shielded-type signal co1T1 L~ required in order to meet the FCC emission limits and also fa prevent inteiforence to the radio and television reception. It is essential/hat only the supplied signal COITI be used.

Canadian DOC Notice

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This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

Cet appareil numerique de la c lasse B repecte routes les exigences du Reglement sur le materiel brouillcur du Canada.

t Safety Instructions

read lhc following instructions carefully. This manual should be retained lor luiurc usc. To clean LCD Monitor screen;

-- Power ofT LCD Monitor arul unplug the AC Cord.

-- Spray a non-solvent cleaning solution onto a rag.

-- Gently clean the screen with dampened rag.

Do not place the LCD Monitor near a window. Exposing the monitor to rain water, moisture or sunlight can severely damage it.

Do not apply pressure to the LCD screen. Excess pressure may cause permanent damage to the display, Do not remove the cover or attempt to service this unit by yourself. Servicing of any nature should be performed by an authorized technician.

Store LCD Monitor in a room with a room temperature of _200 - 60"C (or _4° - 140"F). Storing the LCD Monitor outside this range could result in permanent damage,

lfany of the following occurs, immediately unplug your monitor and call an authorized technician, * Monitor to PC signal cable is frayed or damaged.

* Liquid spilled into LCD Monitor or the monitor has been exposed to rain. * LCD Monitor or the case is damaged,

7. A certified line is required to connect this device to a power outlet. For a nominal current up to 6A and a device weight above 3 kg, a line not lighter than H05VV-F, 3G, 0,75 mnr' must be used.

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6. Chapter 1 Installation Unpacking

Before unpacking the LCD Monitor, prepare a suitable workspace for your Monitor and computer. You need a stable and clean surface near a wall power outlet. Make sure that LCD Monitor has enough space around it for sufficient airflow, Though the LCD Monitor uses very little power, some ventilation is needed to ensure that the Monitor does not become too hot

, AL711 AL7l2 AL713 AL715 AL716.·, AL717
DVI-D X 0 0 X X X
AUDIO X 0 X X 0 X After you unpack the LCD Monitor, make SUfC that the following Items were Included m the box,

* LCD Monitor * User's Manual • Base

* 1.8M Monitor-to-Pt.' VGA Cable

• 1.8M Monitor-to-PC DVl-O Cable

• 1.8M Stereo jack Audio Cable

• 1.8M Power Cord

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Viewing Angle Adjustment

The LCD Monitor is designed to allow users to have a comfortable viewing angle. The viewing angle can be adjusted from -5°to +30°,(See fig. [-2)

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Warning

Do not force the LCD Monitor over its maximum viewing angle settings (L~ stated above, Allempling this will result in damaging the Monitor and Monitor stand.

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Interface for Arm Applications Before install~ng to mo.unting device, please refer to Fig. 1-3_ The rear of this LCD display has four integrated 4 mm, 0.7 pitches th~ded nuts: as well as four 5 mill access holes in the plastic covering as Illustrated In FIgure [-4. These specifications meet the VESA Flat Panel Monitor Physical Mounting Interface Standard (pumb'Taphs 2, [ and 2.1.3, yersion I, dated [3 November 1997). Connecting the Display I, Power off your computer.

2. Connect one end of the signal cable to the LCD Monitor's VGA port or DVI port, (For AL712/AL713)(See Fig 1-5) 3, Connect the other end of the signal cable to the VGA ort or

OVl port on your PC. P

4, Make sure connection are secure, ~uent~on: This, ~evice ~1II.\'t be connected 10. an off-the-shetf video cable in order to

regulations. A ferrite-core interface cable is included in Ihe LCD M 't k

This device will not be in c »n »li i wlth Fre 1. am or pac age.

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onnecting the A C Power =~-" .. - ...

1- Connect the power cord to the LCD Monitor.(See Fig, 1-6) 2. Connect the power cord to an AC power source.

Detaching LCD Monitorfrom Its Stand Unscrew screws 0 the swivel base support column and pull down€! the hinge to release,

Connecting the Audio Cable (For AL7121AL716)

I, Connect the audio cable to the" LINE OUT" jack 0 PC'

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au 10 Car o~ to the front panel's "AUDIO OUT" jack of your

CD ROM drive, (See Fig, 1-7)

2. Connect the other end of the audio cuble to the LCD Monitor's" LINE IN "jack.

Setting Up the LCD Monitor

1- Tum on the LCD monitor's hard power SWitch, located on the back of the monitor

2, Tum on the LCD Monitor's soft power switch, located 011 the bezel ofthc monitor.

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Figure 1-5 comply with FCC

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Power Management System

This LCD Monitor complies with the VESA DPMS ( . I

f,' version .0) Power Management b'llidelines The VESA I)PMS ides Our power saving modes through detecting a horizontal or vertical sync, signal ' provi es

When the LCD Monitor is in power sa . d he moni . .

will light yellow. vrng mo e, t e morutor screen will be blank and the power LED indicator

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hapter 2 Display Controls

Controls

brief description and the location of all LCD Monitor function controls and indicators:

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t Stereo Speakers PC Audio Stereo output.
. (AL 712/AL 716)
2 Speaker Volume Control Increase Volume - Tum knob clockwise.
(AL712/AL716) Decrease Volume - Turn knob counter clockwise
3 Soft Power Switch Press the soft power switch to switch the monitor ON/OFF.
LED lights Green color --- Power is ON.
4 DC Power-On Indicator LED lights Yellow --- Monitor is in "Power Saving Mode".
LED is off --- Power is OFF.
5 Function Select Buttons Press either len or right control button for OSD (On Screen
Display) menu selection.
6 Adjustment Control Press the left button to decrease the OSD setting and press the
Buttons right button (0 increase the OSD setting.
7 External Headphone Jack The monitor speakers will be disabled when using an eXlernal
(AL7t2/AL716) headphone or external speakers. Adjusting the Monitor's Display

The monitor has four function control buttons to select among functions shown on OSD menu,

designed for easy user-viewing environments.

OSD Function Menu

To access OSO Main menu, simply press one of the Function Select control buttons, and the menu diagram will pop up on the screen as shown on Fig. 2-2:

Continue pressing the Function Select buttons to scroll through the entire menu items .then press Adjustment Contml buttons 10 adjust content of selected item,

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Attention

Firmware revision may have been updated into a latest version while the version number shown on all OS!)

menus in this manual will stay as Ver. 1.00.

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Sharpness

OSD Transparency

Phase

Clock

Language

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Press the left or right adjustment control button to select other

Auto and Input Select

G) button (liil) to activate the selected function, Auto Adjustment, Use log Input or Use Digital Input.

A~to Adjustment function let you adjust the display size clock'> d h

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In c cs vtewing setungs. This process will take 3 - 5 second, t

complete. Attention: After Auto Adjustment the display might dis si' 0

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wrong position or SIze, If it has received a pattern which has no screen b d You may select either Analog or Digital Input video when VOA input or~~n~r.

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Chapter 3 Technical Information

Specifications LCD Panel

Size

Display Type Resolution

Display Dot Display Area (mm) Display Color Brightness Contrast Ratio Response Time Lamp Voltage Lamp Current Viewing Angle

Display Colors Video

Input Signal

Input Impedance Polarity

Amplitude Multi-mode Supported

Control

Power switch (hard and soft

types)

OSD Brightness Contrast

Horizontal Position Vertical position Phase

Clock

Display Mode Setup OSD Format

17" (43 ern)

Active matrix color TFT LCD 1280 x 1024

1280 x (RGB) x 1024 337.92 x 270.336 (H x V) 262K

250 cd/m2 (typical)

500: I (typ ical)

Ta=25°C Tr+ Tf=20ms

705 Vrms (typical)

6.5 rnA rms. (typical) Vertical: _65° - +650 Horizontal: _800 - +80° 16.7M with FRC or Dithering

Analog ROB 0.7Vp-p I Digital TMDS 75 Ohm ±2%

Positive, Negative

O-0.7±0.05 Vp

Horizontal Frequency: 24 - 80 KHz Vertical Frequency: 56 -75 Hz

On/Otrswitch with LED indicator

Digital Digital Digital Digital Digital

DigiLal . .

Use EEPROM to save settmgs In memory

20 characters x 9 rows

* Meeting VESA DPMS requirements measured from AC Input end of AC power cord.

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Sync Input Signal Polarity

Plug & Play External Connection Power Input (AC input) Video Cable

Audio Cable Environment Operating Condition:

Sturage Condition:

Power Supply (AC Input) Input Voltage

Input Current

Size and Weight Dimensions

Net Weight

Gross Weight

Pin Assh::nment

separate TrL compatible horizontal and vertical synchronization Digital TMDS

Positive and negative

Supports VESA DDC! and DDC2B functions

AC socket

1.8M with IS-pin D-sub connector,

1.8M with 24-pin DVI-D(For AL7 I 2/AL713) 1.8M with Stereo Jack(For AL712/AL716)

Temperature Relative Humidity Temperature Relative Humidity

SOC to 40°C/41 OF to 104°F 20% to 80%

-20°C to 60° CI-4°F to140° F 5%to 85%

Single phase, 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz 1.2 A maximum

374 (W) x 394.5 (H) x 204 (D) mm 5 ±0.3 kg

7±0.3kg

Green 10 Hot Plug Detect
3 Blue II NC
4 Digital GND 12 SDA
5 DigitalGND 13 H. Sync.
6 Red Rln 14 V. Sync.
7 Green Rln 15 SCL
8 Blue Rill For Dlsital DVI-D connector(For AL 712/AL 713)

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Description

II Shield for TMDS Channel I 20 NC

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'1 • • • 3 Shield for TM DS Channel 2 12 NC 2 L NC

••• 4 NC 13 NC 22 Shield for TMDS Channel clock

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1 I II 5 NC 14 +5V 23 RXC+

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Signal Signal

PIN

PIN Description PIN Description

RX2-

10 RX 1+ 19 Shield for TM DS Channel 0

RX2+

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Notes I Whe,lt e in put aisptaymoae tsno x, ". I I' I .

•. . fi ." 65" '350 64()x4()() 640)."48(} 7l0x400 832x624. 800x6()(). and I024x768l'eso ution, tie text

engme, .-1 ter expanstontrom I~'. . . .'

may i()()k not so sharp, lind the Graphics may look nor so proIXJ/·IWnal.. . .

2. Ma<4()() 56Hz and 1()24x768 66Hz modes c(Jllnor be supported when Digita! (TMDS) input.

Troubleshooting .. . I' • • This LCD Monitor has pre-adjusted using factory standard VGA timings. Due to .the output nmmg differe~ces among \~ous , VGA cards in the market, users may initially experience an unstable or unclear display whenever a new display mode 01 new VGA card is selected,

this LCD Monitor.

The picture is unclear and unstable, please perform the following steps; .

I Enter PC to "Shut Down Windows" status while you're in MS-Wtndows environment. ""

2: Check the screen to see if there's any black vertical stripes appear. If there arc, take a.dvan.t~gc 0: the Clock

function in OSD menu and adjust (by increment or decrement nUI~bers) until th~se ba~s dlsapp~ur.. Move to "Phase" function in OSD menu again and adjust the monitor sc~ecn to I.ts most clear display. ~: Click "No" all "Shut Down Windows" and back to the normal PC 0 cratmu environment.

If you have chosen an output timing that is outside of the LCD Monitor's synchronous range. (11~molltal: 24 - 80 KHz and Vertical: 56 - 75 Hz), the OSD will display a "Out (if Range" message. Choose a moue that IS supported by your

~~~, ~~~~t:~~nal cable is not connected to LCD monitor at all or properly, the monitor screen will display a message "No fllpUf Signa!",

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Table of Contents

Pre!ace ,_,_ _ ,_.,__ .. ,_ 9

Information a propos de I~ comrornute FCC 9

Canadian DOC Noticc <1

Instructions de Sccurite lmportantcs 10

Chapitre 1 Installation ,_ 10

Deballage 10

Connecter le Moniteur LCD et sa Base 10

Reglage de I'angle de vue 10

Separer [e Moniteur LCD de son Socle II

Interface pour applications Arm II

Raccordement it l'ordinateur II

Branchement sur secteur II

Reller l'audio I I

Installation du Moniteur LCD II

Systeme de gestion de I'alimentation II

Chapitre 2 Contro/es d'aJjichage 12

Controles utilisateur 12

Ajuster I'affiehage du moniteur 12

Description des fonctions 13

Chapitre 3 Information Technique 14

Specifications 14

Table des Irequences standard 16

Depannage 16

Preface

Ce manuel est destine a aider l'utilisateur dans I'installation et l'utilisation du moniteur LCD. La precision des informatlons contcnucs dans ce document a etc verifiee avec attention, cependant I'exactitude du contenu n'est pas garantie. l.es informations contenues dans cc document sont sujettes a ehangement sans preavis, Cc document conticnt des informntions protegees par copyright. Aucune partie de ce manuel ne peut etre reproduite par quelque moyen que ce soit, rnecanique, electnmiqllc ou autre, Sans la permission cxplicire et ecrite du fabricanr,

In/ormation a propos de La c(}m/ormite FCC

Apres une sene de controles, cet equipemcnl a etc jugc confonne !lUX limitations fixees pour un appareil digital de classe B, conformerneru U la section 15 du Reglernent de la FCC. Ccs limitations ani pourobjcctifd'assurcrune protecriou adequate contrc les interferences nuisibles duns des installations oomcstiqucs. Cet equipernent genere, utilise ct peut erncttre une energic de treqllcncc radio et peut, si son installarion ne correspond P~L~ aux instructions donnees, occasionner duriportantcs intcrlCrcnces nuisibles aux communications radio. Toutcfois, il n'cst pas certain que ces interferences napparaisseronr pas dans line installation particuliere. Si cet equipemcnt cngendrc cffuctivcment de telles intctf&Cnccs Ion; de la reception d'£'Inissions mdiophoniqucs outclevise .. ';S, ce qui peut ctrc confinne C'I1 etcignam puis en rallumanr l'appareil, lutilisateur pour corriger ccs intcl1crcnccs au moyen de I\mc au de plusicurs Lies mesures suivanrcs:

• Reorienter ou deplaccr l'antcnnc de reception de In radio au tic lu television,

• Eloigner Ie monitcur du rcceprcur.

• Braucher l'cquipement dans unc prise diffcrcnte de celle du receptcur, * Consulter lc fournisseur ou un technicien agree ell radio/television.

Tout changement ou modification qui n'a pas ere cxplieitclllcnt approuve par lcs tabricants peut priver lutilisateur du droit d'operer eet appareil,

Note: Un cordon "ideo de type protege afin d eire en corfonuit« avec Ies limiles d 'emission de fa FCC et ul/ssi d'evirer toute illterforel1ce Sill' 1(1 reception radio/ti; II est absolument primordial de n 'wili,I'e,- que Ie cordon Videofoum; Canadian DOC Notice

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This Class B digital apparatus meets allrcquiremcnts of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

eel appareil numerique de la classc B rcpccte touros les exigcnces du Reglement sur lc materici brouilleur du Canada.

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