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  • Brand: DynaScan
  • Product: Monitor
  • Model/name: DS851LR4
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English

Table of Contents

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User Manual
Version 1.00
The use of diagrams and illustrations in the manual for reference only, actual product may be different.
Product design and specifications are subject to change without notice
Professional LCDs
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Contents
Safety Precautions........................................................................................................................................................3
Important Safety Information ........................................................................................................................................4
Declaration of Conformity .............................................................................................................................................6
Getting Started..............................................................................................................................................................7
Contents....................................................................................................................................................................7
Installing and Replacing Remote Control Batteries..................................................................................................8
Installation.....................................................................................................................................................................9
Mounting ...................................................................................................................................................................9
Connecting To a Power Source..............................................................................................................................13
Connecting an External Video Source....................................................................................................................13
Connecting Multiple Displays..................................................................................................................................14
Connector Positions................................................................................................................................................15
Input / Output Terminals .........................................................................................................................................16
Operating Instructions.................................................................................................................................................17
Powering On/Off the Display ..................................................................................................................................17
Using the Remote Control ......................................................................................................................................17
Using the Rear Panel Controls ...............................................................................................................................20
Navigating the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu ........................................................................................................21
Specifications..............................................................................................................................................................29
Input Mode..................................................................................................................................................................30
Pin Assignments .........................................................................................................................................................31
Digital RGB Output (DVI-D): DVI............................................................................................................................31
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Digital RGB Input (DVI-D): DVI...............................................................................................................................31
RS-232 Output........................................................................................................................................................32
RS-232 Input...........................................................................................................................................................32
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................................................................................................33
Recycling and Energy Information..............................................................................................................................34
Material Contents Declaration ....................................................................................................................................35
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Safety Precautions
CAUTION
Do not install display in a wet environment or place anything on the top of the display filled
with liquid, such as vase or beverage.
Do not install near flammable objects, such as gasoline or other volatile liquids.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators or other heating devices.
Do not install in the dusty environment.
Do not damage the power cord or plug.
Do not disassemble the screen to avoid electric shock.
The product can normally operate only under 2000m in altitude. In installations at altitudes
above 2000m, some abnormalities may be experienced.
WARNING
After extended use the heat sink behind the screen may be hot. Do not touch to avoid being
burned.
Do not touch the screen panel with sharp objects or extreme pressure to avoid damage to the
panel.
The display should be installed in well-ventilated place, do not install in a confined space.
Do not drop or allow any object to fall to the screen.
Do not touch the screen with wet hands to avoid electric shock.
When cleaning, unplug the monitor. Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the screen off. Do not use
alcohol or other chemical liquids.
If you smell smoke or hear a strange noise, immediately unplug the monitor and contact the
vendor.
Do not discard this product with general household waste. Please be sure to comply with the
local waste regulations.
Suitable for mounting on concrete or other non-combustible surface only.
IMAGE BURN-IN WARNING
When a stationary or fixed image is displayed for a long time on the screen, the image may be
permanently imprinted on the screen. This phenomenon is known as image burn-in and is
not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
In order to avoid burn in, avoid prolonged display of static or fixed images on the screen.
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Important Safety Information
z Disassembling the LCD is strictly prohibited. Opening the cover may expose the user to shock or other
hazards. Please contact DynaScan certified service professionals for all maintenance requirements.
z Do not allow any liquid to enter the LCD. Also avoid placing the LCD close to water sources.
z Do not place heavy objects on the power cord. A damaged power cord might cause electric shock or fire.
z Do not bend, curl, or damage the power cord.
z The power cord must comply with local safety regulations.
z Do not damage or modify the prongs/pins and the ground contact on the power plug.
z Do no place the LCD on an unleveled surface or an unstable vehicle. The LCD could fall over and cause
substantial damage.
z Do not cover the vents and/or the heat sink.
z Do not install the LCD beside radiators or other heat sources. The installation site should have sufficient
ventilation so the heat generated by the LCD can be dissipated.
z Do not use the Signage in a hot, humid, dusty, or fumy environment.
z Handle the LCD with care. Save the packaging materials for the next transport.
z Please clean the backside of the LCD at least once a month for dust and other particles.
Unplug the LCD immediately and contact a DynaScan certified service professional as soon as possible
when any of the following situations occurs:
z Damaged power cord or power plug.
z If liquid or foreign objects has entered the LCD.
z If the LCD has been exposed to rain or water.
z If the LCD has been dropped or the casing has become damaged.
z If you notice any structural damage such as cracks, or unnatural vibration.
z If the LCD cannot be operated following the steps outlined in this manual.
z If the LCD emits smoke or other odors, or generates strange noises.
Operating Suggestions
z Avoid displaying a stationary image for a long period of time in order to prevent image sticking.
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Cleaning the Panel
z Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe dust off the screen panel.
z Do not use any hard material to wipe the panel.
z Do not poke the panel with your hand or any sharp object (such as a pen or a nail) or exert excessive pressure
to the panel to prevent damage to the panel.
z Do not use any cleaning solution on the panel as it might cause discoloration.
Cleaning the Casing
z Unplug the power cord.
z Gently wipe the casing with a soft cloth.
Attention
z Do not use any of the following solutions to clean the casing as they may damage the paint and cause it to crack
or peel: benzene solution, alkaline solution, alcohol-based cleaning solution, glass cleaner, wax, polisher, or
detergent.
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Declaration of Conformity
FCC Verification
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Information
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 when
the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Declaration of the Manufacturer
We hereby certify that the Professional LCD DS851LR4 is in compliance with
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004 /108 /EC
EN 55032:2015+AC:2016-07 Class A ITE
EN 55032:2012+AC:2013 Class A ITE
EN 61000-3-3:2013
EN 55024:2010+A1:2015
EN 61000-4-2:2009
EN 61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008+A2:2010
EN 61000-4-4:2012
EN 61000-4-5:2014
EN 61000-4-6:2014
EN 61000-4-11:2004
DynaScan Technology, Inc.
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Getting Started
Contents
Confirm the accessories below are included with the display. If any item is missing, please contact your dealer.
The color and shape of the accessories may vary by product.
•DS851LR4 Professional LCD
•Remote Control x1 pc
•Batteries (1.5V / AAA) x2 pcs
•Power cable x1 pc
•Quick Start Guide x1 pc
Attention: Please use the following table to check whether the included power cord is suitable for your region. If
the power cord does not match your region, please contact your local supplier. Please use matching AC socket in
order to meet local safety regulations.
Plug Type North America European Continental
Plug Shape
Region U.S.A. / Canada
EU
(Except U.K.)
Voltage 220V 230V
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Installing and Replacing Remote Control Batteries
1. Open the battery compartment cover.
2. Insert 2 new AAA batteries.
3. Close the battery compartment cover.
Warning:
• Incorrect usage of batteries may cause leakage or explosion.
• Pay attention to the polarity when installing batteries.
• Do not use batteries from different brands together. Do not mix new and used batteries. Doing so may
shorten the battery life or cause leakage.
• Remove the batteries or replace them with a new pair when the batteries are depleted in order to prevent
battery leak in the battery compartment.
• Do not touch the leaked substance from the batteries in case of a battery leak. Doing so may damage
human skin.
Note: if you plan on not using the remote control for a long period of time, we recommend removing the batteries
from the remote control.
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Installation
The LCD must be properly installed using a wall mount. Incorrect installation may cause injury or damage the
equipment. Product warranty does not cover damages caused by improper installation and DynaScan shall not be
held responsible in such incident.
Mounting
z Hanging the Professional LCD from the ceiling or mounting it on the wall is the responsibility of the user. Not all
ceilings or walls provide enough strength to support the LCD. The LCD may drop and cause serious injury if it
is hanging from the ceiling with insufficient support or is mounted on a slanted wall. Product warranty does not
cover improper installation, modification, or damages caused by natural disasters. DynaScan recommends
hiring certified professionals to evaluate the installation site and mounting operation.
z Do not to cover the vent and/or the heat sink in order to ensure proper heat dissipation.
z Refer to the installation guide provided by manufacturer of the mount for proper installation.
When mounting on a wall or hanging from a ceiling
z A wall mount is not included in the accessory. Please purchase a VESA Standard wall mount to secure the
LCD. DynaScan is not responsible for damages caused by using non-standard wall mounts.
z Verify that the mounting location can support the weight of the LCD before installation.
z The installation angle must be within 15 degrees of the vertical axis.
z Do not install the wall mount while the power is turned on as it may cause serious injury from electrical shock.
Model Number VESA (mm) Screw specification Screw Length Number
DS851LR4 (A * B) 600 * 400 M6
Greater than 10mm
(not including wall
mount thickness)
4
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Orientation
z When used in the portrait orientation, the LCD should be rotated clockwise such that the left edge becomes the
top edge.
Installation Location
z The ceiling or the wall must have enough strength to support the LCD and its accessories.
z Do not install in a location with strong vibrations or is dusty.
z Do not install near the building’s main electric panel.
z Do not install at a location where the LCD can be easily removed by the general public.
z When installed in an alcove, leave at least 10cm (4”) of space around the LCD to ensure proper ventilation.
10 cm / 4 in
10 cm / 4 in
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When hanging from a ceiling
z Ensure that the ceiling is strong enough to support the LCD and it accessories. Also consider the effects of
earthquake, unexpected vibration, and other external forces when evaluating the ceiling strength.
z The LCD should be secured to the building’s structural frame, such as a beam, and not to materials such as light
steel frame or interior decoration.
z Do not use wood screws or dry wall anchors for installation.
Maintenance
z Inspect the fasteners regularly for signs of loosening or deformation. Please perform appropriate corrective
measures when a problem is identified. Neglecting the problem may worsen the situation.
z Increase the inspection frequency on areas where previous maintenance had occurred to ensure the problems
do not occur again.
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Connecting To a Power Source
Using the power cable provided, insert the female connector into the back of the display shown the in the diagram
below. Connect the male end of the power cable to a 200-240 volt, 50 / 60Hz AC power outlet.
Insert the plug completely into the socket. A loose power connection may cause damage to the display
and/or pose a fire hazard.
Connecting an External Video Source
Turn OFF the power to both the LCD and the external video device. Using the DVI (DP/ VGA) cable, insert one
end into the DVI (DP/ VGA) -IN on the back of the display shown the in the diagram below. Connect the other end
of the DVI (DP/ VGA) cable to the DVI (DP/ VGA) output of the video source. Refer to your video device’s product
manual for additional information.
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Connecting Multiple Displays
In a daisy chain configuration, the RS-232 signal enters through the 1st display and looped to the rest of the display.
To control multiple displays into the chain with the supplied RS-232 cable. Using the RS-232 cable provided,
connect the RS-232 OUT of the 1st
display to the RS-232 IN of the 2nd
display. Repeat connection for remaining
displays.
Note: The DynaScan “Display Manager” application is required to be installed on the PC in order to use the
External Control feature.
DISPLAY 1
DISPLAY 2
DISPLAY 3
RS-232 (OUT)
RS-232 (IN)
Computer
RS-232 (IN)
RS-232 (OUT)
RS-232 (OUT)
RS-232 (IN)
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Connector Positions
① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦
DVI (IN) Display Port (IN) VGA (IN) Audio (OUT) Audio (IN) USB (IN) RJ-45(IN)
⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫
RS-232 (IN) RS-232 (OUT) AC (OUT) AC (IN) Power Switch
DS851LR4
X YZ
[ ]
\ ^
_
`
⑩⑪⑫
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Input / Output Terminals
○
1 DVI (IN): Connect the DVI-D output of a PC, or the HDMI output of an AV device by using a DVI-HDMI cable.
(Support up to 1920 x 1080 output resolution)
○
2 Display Port (IN): Connect the DP output of a PC, or the DP output of an AV device via a DP cable.
(Support up to 3840 x 2160 output resolution)
○
3 VGA (IN): Connect the VGA output of a PC, or the VGA output of an AV device via a VGA cable.
(Support up to 1920 x 1080 output resolution)
○
4 Audio (OUT): Connect the audio signal output from Audio IN jack to an external AV device.
○
5 Audio (IN): Connect audio input from external AV device.
○
6 USB (IN): For service only, upgrade the firmware version.
○
7 RJ-45 (IN): RJ45 network input connection for the use of remote control from computer.
○
8 RS-232 (IN): RS232C network input connection for the use of remote control from computer.
○
9 RS-232 (OUT): RS232 control function for the daisy chain application.
○
10 AC (OUT): AC outlet 200~240V up to 100 Watt.
○
11 AC (IN): Connect the supplied power cord to the wall outlet.
○
12 Power Switch: Press to switch the main power on/off.
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Operating Instructions
Powering On/Off the Display
To turn on/off the display, press the power switch on the back of the display as shown in the diagram below.
Using the Remote Control
When using the remote control, aim the remote at the IR receiver on the display. The IR receiver on the DS851LR4
model is at the front of the display with a receiving angle of 100 degrees. The IR receiver configurations of the
model are shown in the figure below.
The operating range of the remote control is 2.5 meters (8 feet).
Ambient light may affect the performance of the remote control. Avoid fluorescent or neon lights in the vicinity.
NOTE: the remote control only works when
the main switch is in the ON position.
OFF
ON
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Using the Remote Control (cont.)
Color and shape may vary by model.
ITEM DESCRIPTION
X POWER Power On / Off
Y MENU / EXIT OSD On / Off and exit the current selection.
Z UP Move the cursor up or change the setting of selected item.
[ LEFT Move the cursor left or change the setting of the selected item.
\ RIGHT Move the cursor right or change the setting of the selected item.
] DOWN Move the cursor down or change the setting of the selected item.
^ ENTER / INPUT Select the highlighted item and input signal switching key.
X
Y
Z
[
]
\
^
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Using the Rear Panel Controls
ITEM DESCRIPTION
POWER Power On / Off
MENU OSD On / Off and exit the current selection.
UP Move the cursor up or change the setting of the selected item.
DOWN Move the cursor down or change the setting of the selected item.
┼ Move the cursor right or change the setting of the selected item.
─ Move the cursor left or change the setting of the selected item.
ENTER Select the highlighted item and input signal switching key.
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Navigating the On Screen Display (OSD) Menu
Press the MENU button on either the real panel control or remote control to display the OSD. Use the navigation
arrows to select and adjust menu items.
ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Display Port Choose DP as the specific input source.
DVI Choose DVI as the specific input source.
Input Source
VGA Choose VGA as the specific input source.
Note: This function is only valid when FairOver1, FairOver2 and FairOver3 are all set to none.
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Contrast 50 Adjust the contrast level. Range 0 – 100.
Sharpness 50 Adjust the sharpness level. Range 0 – 100.
Gamma Native
Adjusts the Gamma value. (Native, 1.8, 2.0
and 2.2)
Black Level Limited
Selects the black level to adjust the screen
gray scale. "Limited" for video source uses 16
to 235 levels for R/G/B, such as HDMI. "RGB
Full" for video source uses all levels from 0 to
255 levels.
Picture
Color Temperature 6500K
Select the color temperature. (5500K, 6500K,
9300K and User).
ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Display Settings Aspect Ratio Full Screen Select the aspect ratio. (Full Screen / Original)
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Volume 50 Adjust the volume. Range 0 – 100.
Audio Settings
Mute Off Turn On / Off Mute adjustment.
ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Backlight
Auto Brightness Off
To turn On / Off the auto brightness
adjustment. (Off, On and Timer)
Note: With AUTO BRIGHTNESS off, the
screen brightness will remain at HIGH LEVEL
brightness value. With AUTO BRIGHTNESS
on (Auto), the display brightness adjusts
according to the ambient light. When ambient
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light is bright, the screen will adjust to the set
HIGH LEVEL brightness value; when ambient
light is dark, the screen will adjust to the set
LOW LEVEL brightness value. When the
Timer mode is set, the display will
automatically switch the brightness according
to the set time.
High Level 100
Adjusts the highest brightness level.
Range 0 – 100.
Low Level 20
Adjusts the lowest brightness level.
Range 20 – 100.
High Level Time HH:MM Set high level time.
Low Level Time HH:MM Set low level time.
Local Dimming Medium
Adjusts the contrast. High is the highest
contrast. Off is the lowest contrast.
(Low, Medium, High and Off)
ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Power Control Timer Off
Turn on / off automatic power schedule
function.
Current Time HH:MM
Set the clock.
Note: The internal clock will continue to
function when the power is turned off.
Power On Time HH:MM Set turn-on time.
Time
Power Off Time HH:MM Set turn-off time.
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Number Of Rows 1
Set number of rows in a video wall.
Note: The maximum number of rows in a daisy
chain is 15.
Number Of Columns 1
Set number of columns in a video wall.
Note: The maximum number of columns in a
daisy chain is 15.
Row Position 1 Vertical position in a video wall.
Column Position 1 Horizontal position in a video wall.
Video Wall
Bezel Compensation Off
Choose to turn the frame compensation
function on or off. When turned on, the
display will adjust the image to compensate the
width of display bezels in order to accurately
display the image.
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
DHCP Off
Choose to enable or disable the DHCP
function. If enabled, the display will assign
the IP address, Subnet mask and Default
gateway automatically. If disabled, the
following values will be entered manually.
IP 192.168.0.100 Assign IP address.
Mask 255.255.255.0 Assign Subnet mask.
Network
Gateway 192.168.0.1 Assign Default gateway.
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
FailOver 1 Display Port
Choose the input source in order. (None,
Display Port, DVI and VGA)
FailOver 2 DVI
Choose the input source in order. (None,
Display Port, DVI and VGA)
Auto Detection
FailOver 3 VGA
Choose the input source in order. (None,
Display Port, DVI and VGA)
ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Language English Support in English version only.
OSD Orientation Landscape
Change the orientation of the Menu. The
Menu can be displayed in either LANDSCAPE
or PORTRAIT mode.
OSD Transparency 0 Adjust OSD Transparency level. Range 0 -100.
OSD Timer 15 Sec Adjust OSD Timer level. Range 15 - 60.
Screen Protection 0 Min Sets image burn-in protection interval.
Remote Control RS232
Choose to use the remote control function
RS232 or Network.
IR Control On
Enable/disable the remote control for Menu.
Note: When disabled, the remote control
function can be enabled again from the control
panel on the display or through the DynaScan
“Display Manager” application.
Advance
Factory Reset
Restore all settings to default.
Note: It does not modify CURRENT TIME.
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ITEM 1 ITEM 2 DEFAULT DESCRIPTION
Model DS851LR4 The display’s model.
Serial Number The display’s serial number.
Hardware Version The H/W version.
Information
Firmware Version The F/W version.
Some functions may not be available for all models.
*Adjusted value: Each R/G/B value for this product has been individually adjusted in during production to a
preset color temperature of 6500K.
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Specifications
MODEL DS851LR4
LCD Panel Size 85 inches
Native Resolution 3840 x 2160
Brightness 3500 cd/m² (Typ.)
Contrast Ratio 5,000:1
Response Time 6.5 ms (Typ.)
Viewing Angle 178° / 178°
Life Time 50,000 hrs (Typ.)
PANEL
Panel Surface Haze 0.5%
Power Supply Internal
Rated Voltage 200 ~ 240V, 50 / 60Hz
Power On Mode 1600W (TBC)
POWER
AC Out < 100W
Bezel Width (T/B/L/R) Even bezel 18 mm
Cabinet Color Black
Monitor Dimension (LxHxD, w/o Stand) 1912 x 1093 x 108.6 mm
Monitor Weight (set / package) 76.5 kg / 100 kg
MECHANICAL SPECS
VESA Mounting (Dimension) 4 Holes (600x400 mm)
USER INTERFACE OSD Language English
Operation Temperature 0°C ~ 40°C
Storage Temperature -20°C ~ 60°C
ENVIRONMENT
Humidity 10%~80% RH Non-Condensing
DVI IN *1
Display Port IN *1
VGA IN *1
RS-232 IN *1 / OUT *1
RJ-45 IN *1
Audio IN *1 / OUT *1
I/O Ports
USB IN *1 (Service Port)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Pin Assignments
Digital RGB Output (DVI-D): DVI
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF DVI CONNECTOR
01 TX2- 09 TX1- 17 TX0-
02 TX2+ 10 TX1+ 18 TX0+
03 Shield (TX2 / TX4) 11 Shield (TX1 / TX3) 19 Shield (TX0 / TX5)
04 NC 12 NC 20 NC
05 NC 13 NC 21 NC
06 DDC-Serial Clock 14 +5V power 22 Shield (TXC)
07 DDC-Serial Data 15 Ground 23 TXC+
08 NC 16 Hot plug detect 24 TXC-
Digital RGB Input (DVI-D): DVI
PIN ASSIGNMENT OF DVI CONNECTOR
01 RX2- 09 RX1- 17 RX0-
02 RX2+ 10 RX1+ 18 RX0+
03 Shield (RX2 / RX4) 11 Shield (RX1 / RX3) 19 Shield (RX0 / RX5)
04 NC 12 NC 20 NC
05 NC 13 NC 21 NC
06 DDC-Serial Clock 14 +5V power 22 Shield (RXC)
07 DDC-Serial Data 15 Ground 23 RXC+
08 NC 16 Hot plug detect 24 RXC-
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RS-232 Output
PIN No. NAME
01 connected to 7&8
02 RXD
03 TXD
04 connected to 6
05 GND
06 connected to 4
07 connected to 1&8
08 connected to 1&7
09 NC
RS-232 Input
PIN No. NAME
01 connected to 7&8
02 TXD
03 RXD
04 connected to 6
05 GND
06 connected to 4
07 connected to 1&8
08 connected to 1&7
09 NC
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Troubleshooting
ISSUE RECOMMENDED SOLUTION
No image is displayed.
• Check whether the signal input cable is completely plugged in.
• Check whether the main switch is in the ON position, and the power cord
is completely plugged in.
• Check whether the signal input cable is damaged or bent excessively.
Nothing happens when switching
the main switch on.
• Unplug the power cord from the socket and plug it back in after a few
seconds to reset the Signage.
Note: Unplugging the power cord will not change the settings.
Image is unstable. • Check whether the signal input cable is completely plugged in.
The remote control does not work.
• Check whether there are batteries in the remote control.
• Check the batteries for freshness, polarity, etc.
• Check whether the remote is in the operation range.
• Bright light may interfere with the remote control. Please avoid using
the remote control near special fluorescent lights or neon lights.
Auto on/off does not work or does
not function properly.
• Check whether the TIMER setting in the menu is set to “OFF”.
• Check whether the “Power On Time” and “Power Off Time” settings are
set correctly.
Cannot control the display
remotely via RS-232.
• Check whether the RS-232 cable is connected properly.
If you are still having trouble with your DynaScan DS² Professional LCD, contact your dealer or DynaScan directly
for more assistance.
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Recycling and Energy Information
DynaScan is firmly committed to its environmental protection efforts and we believe that reducing our products’
impact on the environment is of the utmost importance. We are dedicated to meet the latest environmental
protection regulations.
Energy usage
Mode Energy consumption
Normal 1600 W (TBC)
Disposal
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal waste, use separate collection facilities. Contact
your local government for information regarding the collection systems available. If electrical appliances are
disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get into the food chain,
damaging your health and well-being. When replacing old appliances with new one, the retailer is legally obligated
to take back your old appliances for disposal at least for free of charge.
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Material Contents Declaration
Hazardous Substances
Lead Mercury Cadmium
Hexavalent
Chromium
Polybrominated
Biphenyls
Polybromodiphenyl
Ethers
Part Name
Pb Hg Cd Cr6+
PBB PBDE
PCBA O O O O O O
CHASSIS O O O O O O
ACCESSORY O O O O O O
PACKAGE O O O O O O
“O” indicates that the level of the specified chemical substance is less than the threshold level specified in the
standards of SJ/T-11363-2006 and EU 2005/618/EC.
“°” indicates that the level of the specified chemical substance exceeds the threshold level specified in the
standards of SJ/T-11363-2006 and EU 2005/618/EC.
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