NEC MultiSync V484 manual

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  • Brand: NEC
  • Product: Monitor
  • Model/name: MultiSync V484
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Czech, Slovak, French, German

Table of Contents

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MultiSync P404
MultiSync V404
MultiSync P484
MultiSync V484
MultiSync P554
MultiSync V554
Please find your model name in the label on the backside of monitor.
Large Format Display
User’s Manual
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Index
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY.................................................................................................................................. English-1
Important Information ........................................................................................................................................................ English-2
WARNING.......................................................................................................................................................... English-2
CAUTION........................................................................................................................................................... English-2
Safety Precautions, Maintenance & Recommended Use ................................................................................................. English-3
Safety Precautions and Maintenance ................................................................................................................ English-3
Recommended Use ........................................................................................................................................... English-3
Ergonomics........................................................................................................................................................ English-3
Cleaning the LCD Panel .................................................................................................................................... English-4
Cleaning the Cabinet ......................................................................................................................................... English-4
Contents............................................................................................................................................................................ English-5
Installation ......................................................................................................................................................................... English-5
Attaching Mounting Accessories........................................................................................................................ English-7
Parts Name and Functions................................................................................................................................................ English-9
Control Panel ..................................................................................................................................................... English-9
Terminal Panel ................................................................................................................................................... English-10
Wireless Remote Control................................................................................................................................... English-12
Operating Range for the Remote Control .......................................................................................................... English-13
Setup................................................................................................................................................................................. English-14
Connections ...................................................................................................................................................................... English-16
Wiring Diagram .................................................................................................................................................. English-16
Connecting a Personal Computer...................................................................................................................... English-17
Connecting a Player or Computer with HDMI .................................................................................................... English-17
Connecting a Computer with DisplayPort .......................................................................................................... English-17
Connecting a USB device with USB port........................................................................................................... English-18
Basic Operation................................................................................................................................................................. English-19
Power ON and OFF Modes ............................................................................................................................... English-19
Power Indicator.................................................................................................................................................. English-20
Using Power Management................................................................................................................................. English-20
Aspect................................................................................................................................................................ English-20
Media Player...................................................................................................................................................... English-21
Displayable/playable files................................................................................................................................... English-21
File display screen ............................................................................................................................................. English-23
Slideshow display .............................................................................................................................................. English-24
Media Player settings......................................................................................................................................... English-24
NETWORK & OTHER SETTINGS..................................................................................................................... English-25
Using SHARED SD card SETTINGS................................................................................................................. English-26
Using CONTENTS COPY.................................................................................................................................. English-27
Using Emergency contents................................................................................................................................ English-27
Information OSD ................................................................................................................................................ English-27
Picture Mode...................................................................................................................................................... English-28
OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls .................................................................................................................................. English-31
INPUT ................................................................................................................................................................ English-32
PICTURE ........................................................................................................................................................... English-32
AUDIO................................................................................................................................................................ English-34
SCHEDULE ....................................................................................................................................................... English-35
MULTI INPUT..................................................................................................................................................... English-36
OSD ................................................................................................................................................................... English-38
MULTI DISPLAY................................................................................................................................................. English-38
DISPLAY PROTECTION.................................................................................................................................... English-40
CONTROL.......................................................................................................................................................... English-40
OPTION ............................................................................................................................................................. English-43
SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................ English-44
Remote Control Functions................................................................................................................................................. English-46
Multiple Monitors Connection............................................................................................................................................ English-47
Controlling the LCD monitor via RS-232C Remote Control .............................................................................................. English-48
Controlling the LCD monitor via LAN Control ..................................................................................................................... English-50
Connecting to a Network.................................................................................................................................... English-50
Network Setting by Using an HTTP Browser ..................................................................................................... English-50
POINT ZOOM.................................................................................................................................................................... English-58
PROOF OF PLAY.............................................................................................................................................................. English-59
INTELLIGENT WIRELESS DATA...................................................................................................................................... English-60
PIP (Picture in Picture) matrix ........................................................................................................................................... English-60
Video out ........................................................................................................................................................................... English-61
Features ............................................................................................................................................................................ English-62
Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................................. English-63
Specifications - P404......................................................................................................................................................... English-65
Specifications - V404......................................................................................................................................................... English-66
Specifications - P484......................................................................................................................................................... English-67
Specifications - V484......................................................................................................................................................... English-68
Specifications - P554......................................................................................................................................................... English-69
Specifications - V554......................................................................................................................................................... English-70
Manufacturer’s Recycling and Energy Information............................................................................................................ English-71
[Notice] About the MPEG LA license included in this product ........................................................................................... English-73
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English-1
English
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This device complies with Part 15 of 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.
U.S. Responsible Party: NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc.
Address: 500 Park Boulevard, Suite 1100
Itasca, Illinois 60143
Tel. No.: (630) 467-3000
Type of Product: Display Monitor
Equipment Classification: Class B Peripheral
Model: MultiSync P404 (P404)
MultiSync V404 (V404)
MultiSync P484 (P484)
MultiSync V484 (V484)
MultiSync P554 (P554)
MultiSync V554 (V554)
We hereby declare that the equipment speciÞed above
conforms to the technical standards as speciÞed in the FCC Rules.
FCC Information
1. Use the attached specified cables with this color monitor so as not to interfere with radio and television reception.
(1) Please use the supplied power cord or equivalent to ensure FCC compliance.
(2) Please use the supplied shielded video signal cable.
2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B 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:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
If necessary, the user should contact the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
The user may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission, helpful: “How to Identify and
Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems.” This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.,
20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.
OmniColor is a registered trademark of NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH in the countries of EU and
Switzerland.
DisplayPort and DisplayPort Compliance Logo are trademarks owned by Video Electronics Standards
Association in the United States and other countries.
All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks
or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United States and other countries.
Trademark PJLink is a trademark applied for trademark rights in Japan, the United States of America and
other countries and areas.
microSD and microSD SDHC logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC.
CRESTRON and ROOMVIEW are registered trademarks of Crestron Electronics, Inc. in the
United States and other countries.
GPL/LGPL Software Licenses
The product includes software licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL),
and others.
For more information on each software, see “readme.pdf” inside the “about GPL&LGPL” folder on the supplied CD-ROM.
Apple and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Adobe and the Adobe logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
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Important Information
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARDS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. ALSO, DO NOT
USE THIS UNIT’S POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLETS UNLESS THE
PRONGS CAN BE FULLY INSERTED.
REFRAIN FROM OPENING THE CABINET AS THERE ARE HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
WARNING
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, MAKE SURE POWER CORD IS UNPLUGGED FROM
WALL SOCKET. TO FULLY DISENGAGE THE POWER TO THE UNIT, PLEASE DISCONNECT THE POWER
CORD FROM THE AC OUTLET. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol warns user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause electric
shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit has
been included. Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.
CAUTION
CAUTION: Please use the power cord provided with this monitor in accordance with the table below. If a power cord is not
supplied with this equipment, please contact your supplier. For all other cases, please use a power cord that matches the
AC voltage of the power outlet and has been approved by and complies with the safety standard of your particular country.
Plug Type North America
European
Continental
U.K. Chinese Japanese
Plug Shape
Region
U.S.A./
Canada
Taiwan EU (except U.K.) U.K. China Japan
Voltage 120* 110 230 230 220 100
* When operating the MultiSync monitor with its AC 125-240V power supply, use a power supply cord that matches the power
supply voltage of the AC power outlet being used.
NOTE: This product can only be serviced in the country where it was purchased.
Use the power cord which has BSMI mark at both ends when you use this monitor in Taiwan.
• The intended primary use of this product is as an Information Technical Equipment in an office or domestic environment.
• The product is intended to be connected to a computer and is not intended for the display of television broadcast signals.
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Safety Precautions and Maintenance
FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE, PLEASE NOTE THE
FOLLOWING WHEN SETTING UP AND USING
THE MULTI-FUNCTION MONITOR:
• DO NOT OPEN THE MONITOR. There are no user
serviceable parts inside and opening or removing covers
may expose you to dangerous shock hazards or other
risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not bend, crimp or otherwise damage the power cord.
• Do not place any heavy objects on the power cord.
Damage to the cord may cause shock or fire.
• The power supply cord you use must have been
approved by and comply with the safety standards of your
country. (Type H05VV-F 3G 0.75 mm2
should be used in
Europe).
• In UK, use a BS-approved power cord with molded
plug having a black (5 A) fuse installed for use with this
monitor.
• The power cable connector is the primary means of
detaching the system from the power supply. The monitor
should be installed close to a power outlet, which is easily
accessible.
• Do not spill any liquids into the cabinet or use your
monitor near water.
• Do not insert objects of any kind into the cabinet slots,
as they may touch dangerous voltage points, which can
be harmful or fatal or may cause electric shock, fire or
equipment failure.
• Do not place this product on a sloping or unstable cart,
stand or table, as the monitor may fall, causing serious
damage to the monitor.
• Do not mount this product upside down for an extended
period of time as it may cause permanent damage to the
screen.
• Do not place any objects onto the monitor and do not use
the monitor outdoors.
• If glass is broken, handle with care.
• Temperature controlled fans are implemented in this
monitor. For reliable performance and long useful life of
this product, it is mandatory to not cover any vents on the
monitor.
• If monitor or glass is broken, do not come in contact with
the liquid crystal and handle with care.
• Allow adequate ventilation around the monitor, so that
heat can properly dissipate. Do not block ventilated
openings or place the monitor near a radiator or other
heat sources.
Do not put anything on top of the monitor.
• Handle with care when transporting. Save packaging for
transporting.
• If using the cooling fan continuously, it is recommended to
wipe holes clean a minimum of once a month.
• To ensure the monitor’s reliability, please clean the holes
at the back side of the cabinet at least once a year to
remove dirt and dust.
• When using a LAN cable, do not connect to a peripheral
device with wiring that might have excessive voltage.
• Do not use the monitor in high temperature, humid, dusty,
or oily areas.
• Do not use monitor under rapid temperature and humidity
change condition and avoid cold air from air-conditioning
outlet directly, as it may shorten the lifetime of the monitor
or cause condensation. If condensation of water has
happened, let the monitor stand unplugged until the
condensation has disappeared.
Connecting to a TV*
• Cable distribution system should be grounded (earthed)
in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 70, the National Electrical
Code (NEC), in particular Section 820.93, Grounding of
Outer Conductive Shield of a Coaxial Cable.
• The screen of the coaxial cable is intended to be
connected to earth in the building installation.
Under the following conditions immediately disconnect your
monitor from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
service personnel:
• When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
• If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
monitor.
• If the monitor has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the monitor has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
• If you notice any structural damage such as cracks or
unnatural wobbling.
• If the monitor does not operate normally by following
operating instructions.
Recommended Use
• For the monitor’s optimum performance, allow 20 minutes
for warming up.
• Rest your eyes periodically by focusing on an object at
least 5 feet away. Blink often.
• Position the monitor at a 90° angle to windows and other
light sources to minimize glare and reflections.
• Clean the LCD monitor surface with a lint-free, non-
abrasive cloth. Avoid using any cleaning solution or glass
cleaner!
• Adjust the monitor’s brightness, contrast and sharpness
controls to enhance readability.
• Avoid reproduction of still patterns on the monitor for long
periods of time to avoid image persistence (after image
effects).
• Get regular eye checkups.
Ergonomics
To realize the maximum ergonomic benefits, we recommend
the following:
• Use the preset Size and Position controls with standard
signals.
• Use the preset Color Setting.
• Use non-interlaced signals.
• Do not use primary color blue on a dark background, as
it is difficult to see and may produce eye fatigue due to
insufficient contrast.
• Suitable for entertainment purposes at controlled
luminous environments, to avoid disturbing reflections
from the screen.
Safety Precautions, Maintenance & Recommended Use
* The product you purchased may not have this feature.
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Cleaning the LCD Panel
• When the liquid crystal panel is dusty, please gently wipe
with a soft cloth.
• Please do not rub the LCD panel with hard material.
• Please do not apply pressure to the LCD panel surface.
• Please do not use OA cleaner as it will cause
deterioration or discoloration on the LCD panel surface.
Cleaning the Cabinet
• Unplug the power supply
• Gently wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth
• To clean the cabinet, dampen the cloth with a neutral
detergent and water, wipe the cabinet and follow with a
dry cloth.
NOTE: DO NOT clean with benzene thinner, alkaline
detergent, alcoholic system detergent, glass
cleaner, wax, polish cleaner, soap powder, or
insecticide. Rubber or vinyl should not be in
contact with the cabinet for an extended period
of time. These types of fluids and materials can
cause the paint to deteriorate, crack or peel.
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English
This device cannot be used or installed without the Tabletop
Stand or other mounting accessory for support. For proper
installation it is strongly recommended to use a trained,
NEC authorized service person. Failure to follow NEC
standard mounting procedures could result in damage to the
equipment or injury to the user or installer. Product warranty
does not cover damage caused by improper installation.
Failure to follow these recommendations could result in
voiding the warranty.
Mounting
DO NOT mount the monitor yourself. Please ask your
supplier. For proper installation it is strongly recommended to
use a trained, qualified technician. Please inspect the location
where the unit is to be mounted. Mounting on wall or ceiling
is the customer’s responsibility. Not all walls or ceilings are
capable of supporting the weight of the unit. Product warranty
does not cover damage caused by improper installation, re-
modeling, or natural disasters. Failure to comply with these
recommendations could result in voiding the warranty.
DO NOT block ventilated openings with mounting
accessories or other accessories.
For NEC Qualified Personnel:
To ensure safe installation, use two or more brackets to
mount the unit. Mount the unit to at least two points on the
installation location.
Please note the following when mounting
on wall or ceiling
• When using mounting accessories other than those that
are NEC approved, they must comply with the VESA-
compatible (FDMlv1) mounting method.
• NEC recommends mounting interfaces that comply with
UL1678 standard in North America.
• NEC strongly recommends
using size M6 screws
(10-12 mm + thickness
of bracket and washers in
length). If using screws
longer than 10-12 mm,
check the depth of the hole.
(Recommended Fasten
Force: 470 - 635N•cm). Bracket
hole should be under  8.5 mm.
• Prior to mounting, inspect the installation location to
ensure that it is strong enough to support the weight of
the unit so that the unit will be safe from harm.
• For detailed information, refer to the instructions included
with the mounting equipment.
• Make sure that there is no gap between the monitor and
the bracket.
• When used in a video wall configuration for a longer
time, slight expansion of the monitors may happen due to
temperature changes. Due to this it is recommended that
over one millimeter gap is kept between adjacent monitor
edges.
To prevent the LCD monitor from falling off from the wall or
ceiling, NEC strongly recommends using a wire.
Please install LCD monitor in a spot of the wall or ceiling
strong enough to support the monitor.
Prepare the LCD monitor using mounting accessories such
as hook, eyebolt or mounting parts and then secure the LCD
monitor with a wire. The installed wire must not be tight.
Please make sure the mounting accessories are strong
enough to support the LCD monitor before mounting it.
Please use the two optional speaker mounting holes.
(Recommended Fasten Force: 139 - 189N•cm).
Landscape installation
Portrait installation
VESA Mounting Interface (M6)
Installing a wire to a monitor with no speakers installed
Please use eyebolts to install a wire to the monitor.
Less than 12 mm
Installing a wire to a monitor with installed speakers
Please use speaker mounting parts to install a wire to the
monitor.
Optional speaker is installed on the back of the LCD monitor:
Contents
For contents, please refer to the contents sheet.
Installation
Screw
Unit
10-12 mm Thickness
of bracket
and washers
under
 8.5 mm
No gap
Washers
Mounting
Bracket
No thread
4 mm
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Optional speaker is installed on the side of the LCD monitor:
Mounting location
• The ceiling and wall must be strong enough to support the
monitor and mounting accessories.
• DO NOT install in locations where a door or gate can hit
the unit.
• DO NOT install in areas where the unit will be subjected
to strong vibrations and dust.
• DO NOT install the monitor next to a location where the
main power supply is fed into the building.
• DO NOT install the monitor in a location where people
can easily grab and hang onto the unit or the mounting
equipment.
• Allow for adequate ventilation or provide air conditioning
around the monitor, so that heat can properly dissipate
away from the monitor and from the mounting equipment.
Mounting on ceilings
• Ensure that the ceiling is sturdy enough to support the
weight of the unit and the mounting equipment over time,
against earthquakes, unexpected vibrations, and other
external forces.
• Be sure the unit is mounted to a solid structure within
the ceiling, such as a support beam. Secure the monitor
using bolts, spring lock washers, washer and nut.
• DO NOT mount to areas that have no supporting internal
structure. DO NOT use wood screws or anchor screws for
mounting. DO NOT mount the unit to ceiling or to hanging
fixtures.
Maintenance
• Periodically check for loose screws, gaps, distortions,
or other problems that may occur with the mounting
equipment. If a problem is detected, please refer to
qualified personnel for service.
• Regularly check the mounting location for signs of
damage or weakness that may occur over time.
Orientation
• When using the monitor in the portrait position, it should
be rotated clockwise so that the left side is moved to
the top, right side is moved to the bottom. This will allow
for proper ventilation and will extend the lifetime of the
monitor. Improper ventilation may shorten the lifetime of
the monitor.
LED Indicator
• When using the monitor in the portrait position, the NEC
logo ornament position can be changed.
Changing NEC logo ornament position
Removing the logo ornament: unscrew the installed screw
then take off the logo ornament.
Attaching the logo ornament: adjust the protrusions inside of
the logo ornament into the protrusion hole on the bezel. Make
sure the hole for screw on the logo ornament and a hole for
screw on the bezel are much. Install the logo ornament with
the screw which is used for installing the logo ornament.
(Recommended Fasten Force: 30-40N•cm).
Inside of NEC logo ornament
Screw hole
Screw hole
Protrusion
Protrusion hole
CAUTION: Do not use any other screw to install the logo
ornament.
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Attaching Mounting Accessories
The monitor is designed for use with the VESA mounting
system.
1. Attach Mounting Accessories
Be careful to avoid tipping the monitor when attaching
accessories.
VESA Mounting Interface (M6)
300 mm
300
mm
Mounting accessories can be attached with the monitor in
the face down position. To avoid damaging the front face,
place the protective sheet on the table underneath the LCD
monitor. The protective sheet was wrapped around the LCD
monitor in the original packaging. Make sure there is nothing
on the table that can damage the monitor.
When using mounting accessories other than NEC compliant
and approved, they must comply with the VESA Flat Display
Mounting Interface Standard (FDMI).
NOTE: Prior to installation, be sure to place the monitor
on a flat area with adequate space.
2. Using an Option Board
1. Turn off the main power switch.
2. Place the monitor face down on the protective sheet.
NOTE: Be sure to place the monitor on a flat and adequate
space.
3. Remove the attached slot cover by unscrewing the
installed screws (Figure 1).
Figure 1
4. Insert the option board into the monitor and fix it with the
removed screws (Figure 2).
NOTE: Please contact your supplier for available option
boards.
Do not apply excessive force to manipulate the
option board before fixing it with screws.
Make sure that the board is inserted into the slot in
the correct orientation.
CAUTION: Ensure the option board is attached by the
removed screws. As falling the option board may
expose you to danger.
(Recommended Fasten Force: 139 - 189N•cm).
Figure 2
3. Using Wall Mount Adapter
If the mounting accessory interferes with ventilation hole, use
the included wall mount adaptors (Dia. 14 mm) and screws.
If the adaptor screws are too long, include a washer to
reduce the depth. Washer not included.
Wall mount
adapter screw
Washer
Mounting bracket
Unit
Wall mount adapter (Dia. 14 mm)
10-12 mm
18 mm
Pictured mounting solutions may not be available in some
countries.
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4. Installing and removing the optional
table top stand
CAUTION: Installing and removing the stand must be done
by two or more people.
For installation follow the instructions included with the
stand or mounting equipment. Use only those devices
recommended by the manufacturer.
NOTE: Use ONLY screws which are supplied with the
optional table top stand.
When installing the LCD monitor stand, handle the unit with
care to avoid pinching your fingers.
NOTE: Use the ST-401. Please refer to the ST-401
user’s manual for more detail.
NOTE: DO NOT use the P554/V554 on the floor with the
table top stand. Please use this monitor on a table
or with a mounting accessory for support.
Height adjustment
1. The lines on the stand pole are indicators of the height
adjustment (Figure 3). Please adjust the pipe to the lines.
Figure 3
P554/V554 High/Low
P484/V484 High/Low
P404/V404 High/Low
Pipe
Adjust the pipe to a line.
2. Please install the stand pole and the pipe with included
screws. Please screw the two screw holes at the pipe
(Figure 4).
Pipe
Figure 4
Stand pole
NOTE: Installing the monitor at the wrong height can
cause tipping.
Please install your monitor at proper height.
5. Ventilation Requirements
When mounting in an enclosed space or recessed area,
leave adequate room between the monitor and the enclosure
to allow heat to disperse, as shown below.
100 mm
100 mm
30 mm
100
mm
100
mm
Must be under 40 Degree Celsius.
Allow adequate ventilation or provide air conditioning around
the monitor, so that heat can properly dissipate away from
the unit and the mounting equipment; especially when you
use monitors in a multiple screen configuration.
NOTE: The sound quality of the internal speakers will be
different depending on the acoustics of the room.
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Parts Name and Functions
Control Panel
 POWER button ( )
Switches the power on/standby. See also page 19.
 MUTE button (MUTE)
Switches the audio mute on/off.
 INPUT/SET button (INPUT/SET)
INPUT: Toggle switches between below inputs.
[DVI], [HDMI1], [HDMI2], [DisplayPort1], [DisplayPort2],
[VGA (YPbPr/RGB)], [VIDEO], [MP], [OPTION*]). These are
available inputs only, shown as their factory preset name.
SET: When OSD is shown, this button acts as “set button”
when you made selection.
*: This function depends on which option board you are using.
 PLUS button (+)
1. Increases the audio output level when the OSD menu is
turned off.
2. Acts as (+) button to increase the adjustment with OSD
menu.
 MINUS button (-)
1. Decreases the audio output level when the OSD menu is
turned off.
2. Acts as (-) button to decrease the adjustment with OSD
menu.
 UP button ( )
Activates the OSD menu when the OSD menu is turned off.
Acts as button to move the highlighted area up to select
adjustment items within the OSD menu.
 DOWN button ( )
Activates the OSD menu when the OSD menu is turned off.
Acts as button to move the highlighted area down to select
adjustment items within the OSD menu.
OSD is an abbreviation of On Screen Display.
	 MENU/EXIT button (MENU/EXIT)
Activates the OSD menu when the OSD menu is turned off.
Acts as EXIT button within the OSD to move to previous
menu.

 Remote control sensor and Power Indicator
Receives the signal from the remote control (when using the
wireless remote control). See also page 13.
Glows blue when the LCD monitor is in active mode*.
Green and Amber blink alternately is the “SCHEDULE
SETTINGS” function enabled*1
.
When a component failure is detected within the monitor, the
indicator will blink red or blink a combination of red and blue.
* If “OFF” is selected in the “POWER INDICATOR”
(see page 42), LED will not glow when the LCD monitor is in
active mode.
*1
If “OFF” is selected in the “SCHEDULE INDICATOR”
(see page 42), LED will not glow.
NOTE: Please refer to the POWER INDICATOR
(see page 42).
 Room light sensing sensor
Detects the level of ambient light, allowing the monitor
to make automatic adjustments to the backlight setting,
resulting in a more comfortable viewing experience. Do not
cover this sensor. See page 42.
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Terminal Panel
USB Upstream
 AC IN connector
Connects with the supplied power cord.
 Main Power Switch
On/Off switch to turn main power ON/OFF.
 AUDIO IN1/IN2
To input audio signal from external equipment such as a
computer or player.
VGA IN (mini D-Sub 15 pin)
To input analog RGB signals from a personal computer or
from other RGB equipment. This input can be used with
an RGB or YPbPr source. Please select signal type in
TERMINAL SETTINGS. See page 37.
NOTE: When you use this connector for YPbPr, please use a
suitable signal cable. If you have any questions, please ask
your supplier.
 DisplayPort OUT
To output DisplayPort signals.
Outputs DisplayPort1 signal.
 DisplayPort IN1/IN2
To input DisplayPort signals.
 HDMI IN1/IN2
To input digital HDMI signals.
	 DVI IN (DVI-D)
To input digital RGB signals from a computer or HDTV device
having a digital RGB output.
* This connector does not support analog input.

 RS-232C IN (D-Sub 9 pin)
Connect RS-232C input from external equipment such as a
computer in order to control RS-232C functions.
 REMOTE IN
Use the optional sensor unit by connecting it to your monitor.
NOTE: Do not use this connector unless specified.
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 microSD card slot
Insert a microSD memory card. To use Media player, please
connect a microSD memory card to this port (See page 18).
To install the microSD card slot cover, please refer to
“Installing microSD card slot cover” (See page 23).

 USB port
USB1: Downstream port (USB Type-A).
To connect USB devices.
USB2: Upstream port (USB Type-B).
To connect external equipment such as a
computer. To control the monitor from connected
external equipment, please use this port.
USB CM1 (2A): Power supply port.
USB CM2: Service port. This port is for future software
upgrades.
USB MP: USB storage device port.
To use Media player, please connect USB
storage device to this port (See page 18).
MP is an abbreviation of Media Player.
VIDEO IN
To input a composite video signal.
 LAN port IN1/IN2 (RJ-45)
LAN connection. See page 47 and 50.
NOTE: Please give priority for use to LAN1.
 AUDIO OUT
To output the audio signal from the AUDIO IN1/IN2,
DisplayPort and HDMI to an external device (stereo receiver,
amplifier, etc.).
NOTE: This connector is not a Headphone terminal.
 Internal/External speaker switch
: Internal speaker : External speaker.
NOTE: Please turn off the monitor’s main power when you
use the Internal/External speaker switch.
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 EXTERNAL SPEAKER TERMINAL
To output the audio signal.
Red terminal is plus (+).
Black terminal is minus (-).
NOTE: This speaker terminal is for 15 W + 15 W (8 ohm)
speaker.
 Internal speaker
 Option board slot
Slot 2 type accessory is available. Please contact your
supplier for detailed information.
NOTE: Please contact your supplier for available option board.
 Kensington Lock
For security and theft prevention.
Rating label
Intelligent wireless data sensor
Sensor for wireless communication of monitor for information
and settings.
Option speaker mounting hole
NOTE: Please contact your supplier for available optional
speaker.
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Wireless Remote Control
 POWER ON/STANDBY button
Switches the power on/standby.
 INPUT button
Selects input signal.
Input signal for MEDIA PLAYER is shown as MP.
 OPTION MENU button
 KEYPAD
Press the buttons to set and change passwords, change
channel and set REMOTE ID.
Below buttons are used for CEC (See page 43) and
Media Player function (See page 21):
1 , 2 , 3 , 5 , 6 .
 ENT button*1
 DISPLAY button
Turns on/off the information OSD. See page 27.
If you lock remote control buttons using the IR LOCK
SETTINGS function, you can unlock the buttons by holding
down this DISPLAY button for more than 5 seconds.
 MENU button
Turns on/off the menu mode.
	 AUTO SET UP button
Enters auto setup menu. See page 33.

 EXIT button
Returns to previous menu within OSD menu.
 UP/DOWN button ( / )
Acts as button to move the highlighted area up or down
to select adjustment items within the OSD menu.
Small screen which adjusted PIP (picture in picture) mode
moves up or down.
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 MINUS/PLUS (-/+) button
Increases or decreases the adjustment level within the OSD
menu settings.
Small screen which adjusted “PIP” mode moves left or right
and increases or decreases the size.

 SET/POINT ZOOM button
SET: When OSD is shown, this button acts as “set button”
when you made selection.
POINT ZOOM: When OSD is not shown, this button acts as
“point zoom button”.
VOLUME UP/DOWN button (VOL +/-)
Increases or decreases audio output level.
 CH/ZOOM UP/DOWN button (CH/ZOOM +/-)*1
Increases or decreases POINT ZOOM level.
Please refer to POINT ZOOM (See page 58).
 GUIDE button*1
 MUTE button
Turns on/off the mute function.
 PICTURE MODE button
Selects picture mode, [HIGHBRIGHT], [STANDARD],
[sRGB], [CINEMA], [CUSTOM1], [CUSTOM2],
[SVE-(1-5) SETTINGS]. See page 30.
HIGHBRIGHT: For moving images such as DVD.
STANDARD: For images.
sRGB: For text based images.
CINEMA: For movies.
CUSTOM1 and CUSTOM2: Activates auto dimming
function. See page 42.
SVE-(1-5) SETTINGS: For images and movies.
 ASPECT button
Selects picture aspect, [FULL], [WIDE]*, [DYNAMIC]*, [1:1],
[ZOOM] and [NORMAL]. See page 20.
* HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA (YPbPr) inputs only.
 AUDIO INPUT button
Selects audio input source [IN1], [IN2], [HDMI1], [HDMI2],
[DisplayPort1], [DisplayPort2], [OPTION]*1
, [MP].
 STILL button
ON/OFF button: Activates/deactivates still picture mode.
CAPTURE button: Captures still picture.
NOTE: This function is released when selecting MULTI
PICTURE MODE, TEXT TICKER, SCREEN SAVER, POINT
ZOOM, IMAGE FLIP except for NONE, SUPER in INPUT
CHANGE, TILE MATRIX.
CLOSED CAPTION is not available when STILL is active.
If input signal is OPTION, this button’s actions depend on
which option board you are using.
*1: This button’s action depends on which option board you are using.
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Operating Range for the Remote
Control
Points the top of the remote control toward the LCD monitor’s
remote control sensor during button operation.
Uses the remote control within a distance of about 7 m (23 ft.)
from remote control sensor or at a horizontal and vertical
angle of within 30° within a distance of about 3.5 m (10 ft.).
IMAGE FLIP button
Toggle switches between [H FLIP], [V FLIP], [180° ROTATE]
and [NONE]. See page 34.
ACTIVE PICTURE button
Selects active picture.
MULTI PICTURE button
ON/OFF button: Toggle switches between ON and OFF.
See page 20.
MODE button: Selects a mode from PIP (picture in picture)
or PBP (picture by picture).
CHANGE button: Swaps images between two pictures.
PICTURE ASPECT button: Selects active picture frame
aspect.
NOTE: Enable to change each multi picture size by pressing
SET/POINT ZOOM button during multi picture mode.
REMOTE ID button
Activates the REMOTE ID function. See page 46.
MTS button*1
button*1
Activates closed captioning.
NOTE: VIDEO input only.
*1: This button’s action depends on which option board you are using.
Refer to the option board’s user’s manual for further information.
NOTE: The buttons with no explanation do not function.
Caution: Important, the remote control
system may not function when
direct sunlight or strong
illumination strikes the
remote control sensor or
when there is an object in
the path.
Handling the remote control
• Do not expose to strong shock.
• Do not allow water or other liquid to
splash the remote control. If the remote
control gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.
• Avoid exposure to heat and steam.
• Except to install the batteries, do not open the remote
control.
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1. Determine the installation location
CAUTION: Installing your LCD monitor must be done by a
qualified technician. Contact your supplier for
more information.
CAUTION: MOVING OR INSTALLING THE LCD MONITOR
MUST BE DONE BY TWO OR MORE PEOPLE.
Failure to follow this caution may result in injury if
the LCD monitor falls.
CAUTION: Do not mount or operate the monitor upside
down.
CAUTION: This LCD monitor has internal temperature
sensors and cooling fans, including a fan for the
option board.
If the LCD monitor becomes too hot, the cooling
fans will turn on automatically.
The option board’s fan is active although the
temperature is lower than normal operating
temperature for cooling the option board. If the
LCD monitor becomes overheated while the
cooling fan is running, a “Caution” warning will
appear. If the “Caution” warning appears, stop
using the unit and allow it to cool. Using the
cooling fans will reduce the likelihood of early unit
failure and may help reduce image degradation
and “Image Persistance”.
If the LCD monitor is used in an enclosed area
or if the LCD panel is covered with a protective
screen, please check the inside temperature of
the monitor by using the “HEAT STATUS” control
in the OSD (see page 40). If the temperature is
higher than the normal operating temperature,
please turn the cooling fan to ON within the FAN
CONTROL menu within the OSD (see page 40).
IMPORTANT: Lay the protective sheet beneath the
monitor, so as not to scratch the LCD panel.
The protective sheet was wrapped around the
monitor when it was packaged.
2. Install the remote control batteries
The remote control is powered by two 1.5V AAA batteries.
To install or replace batteries:
A. Press and slide to open the cover.
B. Align the batteries according to the (+) and (–) indications
inside the case.
C. Replace the cover.
CAUTION: Incorrect usage of batteries can result in leaks or
bursting.
NEC recommends the following battery use:
• Place “AAA” size batteries matching the (+) and (-) signs
on each battery to the (+) and (-) signs of the battery
compartment.
• Do not mix battery brands.
• Do not combine new and old batteries. This can shorten
battery life or cause liquid leakage of batteries.
• Remove dead batteries immediately to prevent battery
acid from leaking into the battery compartment.
• Do not touch exposed battery acid, it may injure your skin.
NOTE: If you do not intend to use the Remote Control for
a long period of time, remove the batteries.
3. Connect external equipment
(See pages 16, 17 and 18)
• To protect the external equipment; turn off the main power
before making connections.
• Refer to the user’s manual of your equipment for further
information.
NOTE: Do not connect/disconnect cables when turning
on the monitor or other external equipment, as this
may result in a loss of the monitor image.
4. Connect the supplied power cord
• The equipment should be installed close to an easily
accessible power outlet.
• Please fasten power cord to the LCD monitor by attaching
the screw and clamp.
• Fully insert the prongs into the power outlet socket.
A loose connection may cause image degradation.
NOTE: Please refer to the “Safety Precautions and
Maintenance” section of this user’s manual for
proper selection of an AC power cord.
(Recommended Fasten Force: 139 - 189N•cm).
Screw
Clamp
Setup
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5. Switch on the power of all the attached
external equipment
When connected with a computer, switch on the power of the
computer first.
6. Operate the attached external equipment
Show the signal on the screen from the desired input source.
7. Adjust the sound
Make volume adjustments when required.
8. Adjust the screen (See pages 33 and 34)
Make adjustments to the image position, if necessary.
9. Adjust the image (See page 32 and 33)
Make adjustments such as backlight or contrast when
required.
10. Recommended Adjustments
To reduce the risk of the “Image Persistence”, please adjust
the following items based on the application being used:
“SCREEN SAVER”, “SIDE BORDER COLOR” (See page 40),
“DATE & TIME” (See page 36), “SCHEDULE SETTINGS”
(See page 35).
It is recommended that the “FAN CONTROL” setting
(See page 40) be checked ON also.
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Connections
NOTE: Do not connect or disconnect cables when turning on the monitor’s main power or other external equipment’s power,
as this may result in a loss of the monitor image.
NOTE: Use an audio cable without a built-in resistor. Using an audio cable with a built-in resistor turns down the sound.
Before making connections:
* First turn off the power of all the attached equipment and make connections.
* Refer to the user’s manual included with each separate piece of equipment.
* Connecting or disconnecting a USB storage device or a microSD memory card to the monitor when the monitor’s main
power is off.
Wiring Diagram
USB1
USB2
USB CM1 (2A)
USB CM2
USB MP
Solid lines = video signal
Dotted lines = audio signal
VCR Player or
DVD Player (Video)
Stereo Amplifier
USB port
USB port
(Type-A)
(Type-A)
USB devices
such as
USB camera or
USB memory
Devices that
require power
supply:
Ex: MP-02,
Multi presenter
stick
USB storage
device
USB port
USB port
(Type-
(Type-B
B)
)
USB cable
Computer (USB)*1
AV Amplifier
DVD Player
(HDMI)
DVD Player or
Computer
Computer (Digital)
DVD Player (HDMI) or
Computer (HDMI)
DVD Player
(HDMI)
AV
Amplifier
Computer (DisplayPort)
Computer (DisplayPort)
Second monitor*
Computer (Analog)
Computer
DVD Player (component)
DVD Player Stereo Amplifier
VCR player or DVD player
*: Multiple monitors that are daisy-chained have a limit to the connectable monitors.
*1: The device connected to USB2 can control the device connected to USB1.
Connected
equipment
Connecting terminal
Setting in
TERMINAL SETTINGS
Input signal name Connecting audio terminal
Input button in
remote control
AV
DVI DVI MODE: DVI-HD DVI IN1/IN2 DVI
HDMI IN1 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
HDMI1 HDMI1 HDMI1
HDMI IN2 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
HDMI2 HDMI2 HDMI2
DisplayPort IN1 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
DisplayPort 1 DisplayPort 1 DisplayPort 1
DisplayPort IN2 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
DisplayPort 2 DisplayPort 2 DisplayPort 2
VGA (RGB, YPbPr) VGA MODE: RGB VGA (RGB) IN1/IN2 VGA (RGB/YPbPr)
VGA (RGB, YPbPr) VGA MODE: YPbPr VGA (YPbPr) IN1/IN2 VGA (RGB/YPbPr)
VIDEO IN — VIDEO IN1/IN2 VIDEO
Option board slot (SLOT2) VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
OPTION OPTION (ANALOG/DIGITAL)*2
OPTION
PC
DVI DVI MODE: DVI-PC/DVI-HD DVI IN1/IN2 DVI
HDMI IN1 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
HDMI1 HDMI1 HDMI1
HDMI IN2 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
HDMI2 HDMI2 HDMI2
DisplayPort IN1 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
DisplayPort 1 DisplayPort 1 DisplayPort 1
DisplayPort IN2 VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
DisplayPort 2 DisplayPort 2 DisplayPort 2
VGA (RGB, YPbPr) VGA MODE: RGB VGA (RGB) IN1/IN2 VGA (RGB/YPbPr)
VGA (RGB, YPbPr) VGA MODE: YPbPr VGA (YPbPr) IN1/IN2 VGA (RGB/YPbPr)
VIDEO IN — VIDEO IN1/IN2 VIDEO
Option board slot (SLOT2) VIDEO LEVEL: RAW/EXPAND*2
OPTION OPTION (ANALOG/DIGITAL)*2
OPTION
*2: Please set appropriate setting for input signal.
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Connecting a Personal Computer
Connecting your computer to your LCD monitor will enable you to reproduce your computer’s video signal output.
Some display cards may not be able to support the required resolution for proper image reproduction.
Your LCD monitor shows proper image by adjusting the factory preset timing signal automatically.
<Typical factory preset signal timing>
Resolution
Scanning frequency
VGA DVI
HDMI DisplayPort
Remarks
Horizontal Vertical MODE1 MODE2 1.1a 1.2
640 x 480 31.5 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
800 x 600 37.9 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1024 x 768 48.4 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1280 x 720 45.0 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1280 x 768 47.8 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1280 x 800 49.7 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1280 x 960 60.0 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes No No No No
1280 x 1024 64 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1360 x 768 47.7 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1366 x 768 47.7 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1400 x 1050 65.3 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1440 x 900 55.9 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1600 x 1200 75.0 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Compressed image
1680 x 1050 65.3 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
1920 x 1080 67.5 kHz 60 Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Recommended resolution
1920 x 1200 74.6 kHz 60 Hz Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Compressed image
1920 x 2160 133.3 kHz 60 Hz No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Compressed image
3840 x 2160 65.7 kHz 30 Hz No No No No Yes Yes Compressed image
3840 x 2160 67.5 kHz 30 Hz No No Yes Yes No No Compressed image
3840 x 2160 133.3 kHz 60 Hz No No No Yes No Yes* Compressed image
3840 x 2160 135.0 kHz 60 Hz No No No Yes No Yes* Compressed image
4096 x 2160 54.0 kHz 24 Hz No No Yes Yes No No Compressed image
*: Only HBR2 is set.
• If you use with a Apple Macintosh®
series computer device, set “Mirroring” to off on your device.
Refer to your Apple Macintosh®
series computer user’s manual for more information about your computer’s video output
requirements and any special identification or configuration your monitor’s image and monitor may require.
• Input TMDS signals conforming to DVI standards.
• To maintain the image reproduction quality, use a cable that conforms to DVI standards.
Connecting a Player or Computer with HDMI
• Please use an HDMI cable with HDMI logo.
• It may take a moment for the signal to appear.
• Some display cards or drivers may not display an image correctly.
• When you use a computer with HDMI, please set OVER SCAN to “AUTO” or “OFF” (see page 34).
• Please check display card when image is compressed with 1920 x 1080.
• To output HDMI audio, set [HDMI1] or [HDMI2] at AUDIO INPUT in OSD or choose [HDMI1] or [HDMI2] by remote control
AUDIO INPUT button.
• If the input resolution is 3840 x 2160 (60 Hz), please set MODE2 at HDMI in TERMINAL SETTINGS (See page 37).
• If the monitor’s main power is turned on after a connected computer to the monitor is turned on, sometimes images are not
displayed. In this case, please turn off the computer then turn it on again.
Connecting a Computer with DisplayPort
• Please use DisplayPort cable with DisplayPort compliance logo.
• To use the DisplayPort out connector, please refer to Video out (See page 61).
• It may take a moment for the signal to appear.
• When connecting a DisplayPort cable to a component with a signal conversion adapter, an image may not appear.
• Select DisplayPort cables feature a locking function. When removing this cable, hold down the top button to release the lock.
• To output DisplayPort audio, set [DisplayPort1] or [DisplayPort2] at AUDIO INPUT in OSD or choose [DisplayPort1] or
[DisplayPort2] by remote control AUDIO INPUT button.
• To display individual images at each connected monitors with the DisplayPort out connector, please set DisplayPort1.2 and
MST at DisplayPort in the TERMINAL SETTINGS (See page 37).
• If the monitor’s main power is turned on after a connected computer to the monitor is turned on, sometimes images are not
displayed. In this case, please turn off the computer then turn it on again.
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Connecting a USB device with USB port
USB1: USB downstream port (Type-A).
Connect a USB compatible flash memory or keyboard to Down Stream Port.
USB2: USB upstream port (Type-B).
Connect to a USB compatible computer with a USB cable.
A USB compatible computer connected to USB2 can control the devices connected to USB1.
USB CM1 (2A): Power supply port.
Please refer to the specifications page for power supply information (see pages 65, 66, 67, 68, 69 and 70).
USB CM2: Service port.
Please do not connect devices.
USB MP: USB downstream port (Type-A).
To use Media player function, please use this port.
• Please make sure about the connector shape and orientation when connecting the USB cable.
• Depending on the use of computer BIOS, OS or device, the USB function may not be working. In this case, please check
user’s manual of your computer or device, or contact your supplier for detailed information.
• Before turning off the main power switch of the monitor or shutting down Windows®
, please turn off the USB function and
remove the USB cable from the monitor. You may lose data when the computer crashes.
• It may take a few seconds until the monitor recognizes the USB input. Do not disconnect the USB cable or disconnect and
reconnect the USB cable before the monitor recognizes the input.
• You can set power supply for USB CM1 (2A) at USB POWER in the OSD menu (see page 43).
• Please use a USB cable which supports 2A to USB CM1 (2A).
• Please refer to the USB in the OSD menu (See page 43) for the USB setting.
NOTE: USB CM1 (2A) and USB CM2 are not corresponding port.
Please refer to the connection (See page 16) to connect USB devices to the monitor.
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Basic Operation
Power ON and OFF Modes
The LCD monitor power indicator will turn blue while powered on.
NOTE: The Main Power switch must be in the ON position in order to power up the monitor using the remote control or the
Power button.
Main Power Switch
OFF
ON
Power Button
Using the remote control
POWER ON button
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Aspect
For MP, VIDEO
FULL ZOOM NORMAL
For DVI, DisplayPort1, DisplayPort2, VGA (RGB), OPTION*1
FULL 1:1 ZOOM NORMAL
For VGA (YPbPr), HDMI1, HDMI2
FULL WIDE DYNAMIC 1:1 ZOOM NORMAL
*1: This function depends on which option board you are using.
Aspect ratio
of image
Unchanged view*3 Recommended selection
for picture aspect*3
4:3
NORMAL
DYNAMIC
Squeeze
FULL
Letterbox
WIDE
*3
Grey areas indicate unused portions of the screen.
NORMAL: Reproduces the aspect ratio that is sent from the
source.
FULL: Fills the entire screen.
WIDE: Expands a 16:9 letter box signal to fill the entire
screen.
DYNAMIC: Expands a 4:3 pictures to fill the entire screen
with non-linearity. Some of the outside image area will be cut
off due to expansion.
1:1: Shows the image in a 1 by 1 pixel format.
ZOOM
The image can be expanded beyond the active screen area.
The image which is outside of the active screen area is not
shown.
ZOOM
ZOOM
Power Indicator
LED indicator
status and
lighting pattern
Condition Recovery
Glowing blue Normal
1. Turn on the monitor
by the remote
control or the
monitor button.
2. Send an AV signal
input to the monitor.
Blinking green*1
Meeting one of the conditions
below when the monitor has
been past a certain amount of
time with no signal input which
you set.
• The monitor is with an option
board.
• INPUT DETECT is set to a
setting except for NONE.
• USB POWER is set to ON.
• DisplayPort is set to MST.
Glowing amber The monitor has been past a
certain amount of time with
[network signal input] + [no
AV signal input which you set].
Blinking amber The monitor has been past a
certain amount of time with
[network signal input] + [no
AV signal input which you set].
Glowing red Turn off the monitor by the
remote control or the monitor
button.
Turn on the monitor by
the remote control or
the monitor button.
*1: Time setting for AUTO POWER SAVE is available at POWER SAVE
(See page 40).
NOTE: If the indicator is glowing a combination of long
and short in red, a certain failure might have
occurred, please contact your supplier.
Using Power Management
This LCD monitor follows the VESA approved DPM Display
Power Management function.
The power management function is an energy saving
function that automatically reduces the power consumption
of the monitor when the keyboard or the mouse has not been
used for a fixed period.
This allows your LCD monitor to enter a Power Management
mode if the monitor’s POWER SAVE function is set to
ENABLE then a certain amount of time is past since the
monitor recognized “no signal input”. It will increase the life
and decrease the power consumption of the monitor.
NOTE: Depending on the computer and display card
used, this function may not operate.
After the video signal was lost, the monitor
automatically goes into OFF at a preset time
period.
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Media Player
Plays saved data such as still, motion image, BGM and media package which is programmed with our authoring software in an
USB storage device or a microSD memory card connected to this monitor.
Top screen of the viewer
• Select [SETTINGS] to change the media player settings.
• While “AUTO PLAY” has been set to SLIDESHOW in SETTINGS, the monitor starts performing “AUTO PLAY” by the
operation in below:
- When the Media Player top screen is displayed on, a USB storage device is connected to the USB MP (Terminal Panel
page 10) on the monitor.
- When the Media Player screen is displayed on first time after powering ON the monitor in whom a USB storage device has
been connected to the USB MP on the monitor.
For starting “AUTO PLAY”, the system will automatically search both the root directory and the folders in the subsequent
hierarchy level in the USB storage device and then display found still images or movies in order. The images and movies will be
displayed in the “Sorted” order.
NOTE: Only 1 USB storage device can be recognized by the viewer.
1 to 4 shared folders can be set.
When the connection to the shared folder fails, an error message is displayed and an “x” is displayed in the folder
icon. Carry out the following checks in this case.
- Is the name of the destination folder correct?
- Is the destination folder set for sharing?
- Have access rights been set in the destination folder?
- Are there any displayable files saved in the destination folder?
A window will appear when you press the control panel buttons while Media Player is active. You can select controlling OSD
menu or Media Player by the appeared window.
If Media Player contents are played while TILE MATRIX is active, the image play timing might have a gap within monitors.
If you play a motion image with the monitor position as portrait, please use the motion image which is rotated anticlockwise
by 90°.
Displayable/playable files
Still
Supported formats
File extension Supported
.jpg, .jpeg, .jpe Baseline, Progressive, RGB, CMYK
.png Interlace, α channel
Motion image
Supported formats
File extension Video codec Audio codec
.mpg, .mpeg MPEG1, MPEG2 MPEG Audio Layer2, MPEG Audio Layer3, AAC-LC (Abbreviation: MP2/MP3/
AAC)
.wmv H.264, WMV Advanced@L3,
WMV Simple & Main
MP3, WMV Standard
.mp4 H.264 MP3, AAC
.mov H.264 MP3, AAC
.flv, .f4v H.264 MP3, AAC
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BGM
Supported formats
File extension Audio codec
.wav LPCM
.mp3 MP3
Information
Item Conditions
Resolution JPEG 5000x5000
PNG 4000x4000
MPEG1 480@30fps
MPEG2 MP@ML, MP@HL, 1080p@30fps / 1080i@60fps
H.264 High profile Lv.4.2, 1080p@30fps / 1080i@60fps
WMV Advanced@L3, Simple&Main
Video bit date - Up to 15Mbps
Audio sampling rate - Up to 48KHz
Audio bit rate MP2 Up to 384Kbps
MP3 Up to 320Kbps
AAC Up to 1440Kbps
NOTE: Depending on the file, you cannot play it even when it satisfies all above mentioned conditions.
Depending on network environments, a type of the USB storage device, and file bitrate, it may occur that images
cannot be played properly.
You cannot play DRM files (Digital Right Management files).
MEDIA PACKAGE
This function plays contents data which is programmed with our authoring software.
Please save the contents data to a USB storage device or a microSD memory card.
Please select a contents with “.sch” extension to play.
Please refer to the authoring software user’s manual for the format of Media package.
Visit our web site for downloading authoring software and its user’s manual.
NOTE: Contents schedule works based on the DATE & TIME setting of the monitor.
If you change the DATE & TIME setting while a content is playing, please finish playing the contents once.
When starts displaying the contents again, the contents schedule follows changed DATE & TIME setting. Date display
format is changing what you set at LANGUAGE. If you change the LANGUAGE setting while contents is displaying,
please do the same strategy as you change the DATE & TIME setting.
Compatible microSD memory card
Format a microSD memory card in the FAT32 format or FAT16 format.
Refer to the Windows®
instruction user’s manual or Help file on how to format a microSD memory card.
Information
Up to 32GB microSDHC is supported.
NOTE: It is not guaranteed to work with all microSD memory card sold commercially.
microSD with CPRM is not supported.
microSD UHS-1 or UHS-2 are not supported.
Installing microSD card slot cover
To secure your microSD memory card, we recommend you to install the microSD card slot cover.
Please insert the edge of the microSD card cover to the whole. (Recommended Fasten Force: 139 - 189N•cm).
microSD card cover is set.
Hole
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Compatible USB memory
This device cannot recognize USB memory formatted in the NTFS format. Check the format if this device cannot recognize the
connected USB memory.
Format a USB memory in the FAT32 format or FAT16 format for using it in the Media Player. Refer to the Windows®
instruction
user’s manual or Help file on how to format a USB memory.
Please use a USB memory which is under 29 mm x 34 mm.
If using larger size of USB memory than we mentioned, please use a USB cable extension.
Under 34 mm
Under
29
mm
USB memory
Extension cable
NOTE: It is not guaranteed to work with all USB memories sold commercially.
Please set USB memory to USB MP (See page 18).
• When inserting a microSD memory card, please make sure of the microSD memory card direction then insert it correctly.
• When ejecting a microSD memory card from the microSD card slot, press the center of the microSD memory card then take
it out.
File display screen
The files can be displayed using either icons or thumbnails in the Media Player.
Icon display
RETURN Goes back one subsequent level higher.
PAGE UP Displays a list of the previous files.
PAGE DOWN Displays a list of the next files.
SETTINGS Displays the setting screen.
THUMBNAILS/ICON Switches between thumbnail display and icon display.
SORT Changes the order to display files by name (filename), type (file extension), date (date of creation), or size
(file capacity). The default sorting order is by “Name”.
EJECT Removes the USB storage device or the microSD memory card inserted to the monitor. Please select
EJECT when file list is displayed.
NOTE: The maximum number of files can be displayed in a folder including folder icons is 300.
A folder hierarchy is shown up to level 16.
The icon of a file whose type cannot be determined is indicated by a “?”.
Depending on the file, thumbnail cannot be displayed.
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Slideshow display
• Select a folder, in which is saved image or movie.
• A slideshow can be displayed using “MANUAL” in which the images are switched by operating a button on the remote
control, or “AUTO” in which the images are switched automatically at a set interval (PLAY MODE is “AUTO”).
• The default factory setting is “MANUAL”. To perform “AUTO”, set the “PLAY MODE” to “AUTO”.
• The images will be displayed in the order selected under “Sort” on the file display screen.
• When still images in high resolutions are displayed as the Slideshow, it may back to the file display screen.
Media Player settings
Select the icon in the file list screen or top screen of the Media Player to display the configuration screen of the Media Player.
The following settings can be configured on the configuration screen.
SLIDESHOW
Menu Function
SCREEN SIZE Selects ACTUAL SIZE or BEST FIT.
PLAY MODE Selects AUTO or MANUAL.
INTERVAL Sets interval time.
REPEAT Check the check box to repeat slideshow.
AUDIO FILE Selects an audio file.
BGM Check the check box to enable BGM.
PLAY END SCREEN Selects a setting after slideshow is down.
BLACK SCREEN: After slideshow has been done, black is displayed on the screen.
FILE LIST: Gets back to the file list screen.
SAVE LAST SCREEN: The last slideshow image is kept on the screen.
MEDIA PACKAGE
Menu Function
SCREEN SIZE Selects ACTUAL SIZE or BEST FIT.
INTERLOCK POWER Check the check box to enable the monitor to be turned ON or STANDBY by the media package schedule.
If the POWER SAVE is set to DISABLE, even if a content stops playing by a media package schedule, the monitor
does not go into standby mode.
PLAY END SCREEN Selects a setting after slideshow is down.
BLACK SCREEN: After slideshow has been done, black is displayed on the screen.
FILE LIST: Gets back to the file list screen.
AUTO PLAY
Automatically displays selected folder when the monitor is turned on the select MP as input.
Menu Function
AUTO PLAY OFF: Automatic play mode is off.
SLIDESHOW: Automatically plays a selected file.
FOLDER Select a file.
PRESET CONTENTS
Plays selected folder when the monitor has no signal input.
Menu Function
ENABLE Check the check box to enable preset contents.
FOLDER Select a file.
Please press OK to activate above settings.
If OK is not pressed, settings that you set are not activated.
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NETWORK & OTHER SETTINGS
Below settings are for network setting and shared folder setting for media player.
To set the settings, press SET/POINT ZOOM button of the remote control on the [NETWORK & OTHER SETTINGS].
NETWORK SETTINGS for MEDIA PLAYER
Menu Function
IP SETTING Set these settings.
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
DEFAULT GATEWAY
DNS
DNS PRIMARY
DNS SECONDARY
NETWORK INFORMATION for MEDIA PLAYER displays what you set at NETWORK SETTINGS for MEDIA PLAYER.
SHARED FOLDER
There are two items that you can set for shared folder.
Please press SET/ZOOM button of the remote control on a setting item.
• SHARED SD CARD SETTINGS
Folders saved in a computer which is on a network can be copied to the connected microSD memory card by controlling
browser of the connected computer.
Menu Function
ENABLE Check the checkbox to enable SHARED SD CARD SETTINGS.
USER NAME USER NAME is displayed. It is not the same name as the monitor name and it is not changeable.
PASSWORD Set password.
Please press OK to activate settings in the SHARED SD CARD SETTINGS.
If OK is not pressed, settings that you set are not activated.
• SHARED FOLDER SETTINGS.
Folders saved in a computer which is on a network can be copied to the connected microSD memory card by controlling the
monitor.
Menu Function
ENABLE Check the checkbox to enable SHARED FOLDER SETTINGS.
SHARED FOLDER Set an IP address which a copied data to be saved.
USER NAME Set USER NAME which is used when connecting the monitor to the shared folder.
PASSWORD Set password.
Please press OK to activate settings in the SHARED FOLDER SETTINGS.
If OK is not pressed, settings that you set are not activated.
SHIFT NO SIGNAL
This setting is for a situation when the monitor detects no signal input. If ENEBLE is ticked, the monitor goes to no signal status.
The monitor detects no signal when the monitor is in the following conditions:
- After contents or images are played.
- While the monitor is displaying USB window or SD CARD window.
Menu Function
ENABLE Check the checkbox to enable SHIFT NO SIGNAL.
INTERVAL Set the time when the monitor goes into no signal after displayed detected items.
Please press OK to activate settings in the SHIFT NO SIGNAL.
If OK is not pressed, settings that you set are not activated.
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Using SHARED SD card SETTINGS
You can copy the data such as motion image or still from a computer which is connected to the monitor to a microSD memory
card.
Please set NETWORK SETTINGS for MEDIA PLAYER (See page 25) first to copy data.
NOTE: When the monitor is copying a folder, the LED indicator blinks in red.
When the monitor is in this condition, do not eject a microSD memory card from the monitor or do not turn off the
monitor’s main power. It may occur data damage to the memory saved in the microSD memory card.
If you press STANDBY button on the remote control or POWER button on the monitor while the LED indicator is
blinking in red, the monitor goes to standby after completed folder copy.
Files which you can copy are still, motion image and BGM only. You cannot copy media package contents.
Setting procedure
1. Open Monitor LAN control of the connected monitor then select SD-CARD VIEWER.
2. Select SEARCH to display monitor ID ADDRESS which monitor’s network is on the same network as the monitor.
3. Select connected monitor’s IP ADDRESS to the monitor.
4. Enable upload, delete and sort files that are saved in microSD memory card connected to the monitor.
Function
1. SELECT UPLOAD.
Press SELECT then choose the files to be copied to the microSD memory card.
File upload window appears and shows selected files.
Once OK is selected, file uploading gets started.
NOTE: Please check microSD memory card storage capacity before copying files.
STORAGE CAPACITY shows the connected microSD memory card capacity.
2. DELETE.
Select files or folders.
DELETE FOLDERS/FILES window appears.
Once OK is selected, selected files or folders are deleted.
3. CREATE.
A new folder is created in the microSD memory card connected to the monitor.
Insert folder name and select OK. A maximum of 255 alphanumeric characters is allowed.
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4. RELOAD.
Updates microSD memory card data.
5. THUMB/LIST.
The files can be displayed using either icons or thumbnails.
Displays description of the file or folder if you select thumb name or file name.
6. SORT.
Select sort type. The folders saved in the microSD are sorted based on what you selected in sort type.
7. Connect to the other monitor’s SD-CARD VIEWER then open them.
By selecting SEARCH, displays the other monitor’s IP ADDRESS which is on the same network as the monitor is.
Select Open new tab by right click or select Open new window by left click.
Using CONTENTS COPY
You can copy the all data saved in a USB storage device or saved in a shared folder which is set in the connected computer or
a server to a microSD memory card.
For copying shared folder data, please set SHARED FOLDER SETTINGS (See page 25) first.
1. Select CONTENTS COPY at the top screen of the Media Player.
2. Select a USB storage device or a folder.
3. Select OK to start copying. All data saved in the folder or device is copied to the microSD memory card then the original data
saved in the microSD memory card is deleted.
NOTE: “Out of disk space” is displayed if microSD memory card storage capacity is not enough to copy selected folders.
When contents copy has occurred, previous data that was saved in the microSD memory card is deleted.
Only devices connected to the monitor are shown.
When the monitor is copying a folder, the LED indicator blinks in red.
When the monitor is in this condition, do not eject a microSD memory card from the monitor or do not turn off the
monitor’s main power. It may occur data damage to the memory saved in the microSD memory card.
If you press STANDBY button on the remote control or POWER button on the monitor while the LED indicator is
blinking in red, the monitor goes to standby after completed folder copy.
Using Emergency contents
In case of emergency, by sending a command to the monitor from a computer which is connected to the monitor, the emergency
contents folder will be played. Please create an EMERGENCY CONTENTS folder as a route folder in a microSD memory card
which is connected to the monitor.
Instructions for the EMERGENCY CONTENTS can be found on the CD included with the monitor. The file is called
“External_control.pdf”.
Information OSD
The Information OSD provides information such as: Input Source, Picture Size, etc.
Press the DISPLAY button on the remote to bring up the Information OSD.
H
 Input name
 Audio input name
 Picture aspect
 Input Signal Information
 Multi picture information
 Communication Info
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Picture Mode
Depending on the setting of SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE in the OSD PICTURE (see page 34), the selection choices for the Picture
Mode are different.
SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is set to “ON”:
Selects five different picture modes, either via the OSD menu item PICTURE MODE, or using the PICTURE MODE button on
the wireless remote control.
Select the Picture Mode with the wireless remote control
By pressing the Picture Mode button, the picture mode changes.
SVE-1 SVE-2 SVE-3 SVE-4 SVE-5
Select or change the Picture Mode in the OSD menu item PICTURE MODE
Selects a setting from SVE-1 to SVE-5. By pressing the SET button again you can set below menus.
Choose the Picture Mode that is most suitable for the type of content that is shown.
• Several modes are selectable (sRGB, Adobe®
RGB SIM., eciRGB_v2 SIM., DCI SIM., REC-Bt709, HIGH BRIGHT, FULL,
DICOM SIM, PROGRAMMABLE).
• Each PICTURE MODE includes LUMINANCE, WHITE, GAMMA, BLACK, RED, GREEN, BLUE, COLOR VISION EMU,
UNIFORMITY and METAMERISM settings.
PRESET Types
PRESET PURPOSE
sRGB The standard color space used for the Internet, Windows®
operating systems and digital cameras.
Recommended setting for general color management.
Adobe®
RGB SIM. Provides a standard color space used in high-end graphics applications such as professional digital still cameras and
imaging.
eciRGB_v2 SIM. Provides a color space profile recommended by ECI (The European Color Initiative).
DCI SIM. Color setting for digital cinema.
REC-Bt709 Color setting for High-definition television.
HIGH BRIGHT Highest brightness setting.
FULL Native LCD panel color gamut. Suitable for use with color managed applications.
DICOM SIM. Setting that conforms to the DICOM standard for the Grayscale Standard Display Function.
PROGRAMMABLE For the Hardware Calibration by NEC Display Solutions GammaCompMD QA software (some OSD settings are
disabled).
MODE PURPOSE
LUMINANCE Adjusts the overall image and screen background brightness.
Press “LEFT” or “RIGHT” to adjust.
WHITE Adjusts the white color by temperature or x, y setting. A lower color temperature will result in a reddish screen and a
higher color temperature in a bluish screen. A larger x value will result in a reddish screen, a larger y value changes
the screen to greenish, and smaller x,y values will change the screen to bluish white.
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GAMMA Allows you to manually select the brightness level of grayscale. There are five selections: sRGB, L STAR,
DICOM SIM. and CST. We recommend to show grayscale image data on screen.
sRGB: GAMMA setting for sRGB.
L STAR: GAMMA setting for the CIELAB color space Lab.
DICOM SIM.: DICOM GSDF (Grayscale Standard Display Function) is typically used for medical imaging.
CST: CUSTOM VALUE can be adjusted when CST is selected as the GAMMA SELECTION setting.
CUSTOM VALUE: The gamma value is selected from the range from 0.5 to 4.0 in 0.1 steps.
BLACK Adjusts the black luminance.
RED
GREEN
BLUE
Adjusts the color gamut.
COLOR VISION EMU Previews various typical human vision deficiencies and is useful for evaluating how people who have such
deficiencies will perceive colors. This preview is available in four modes: Types P (Protanopia), D (Deuteranopia) and
T (Tritanopia) emulate color vision dichromacy, and Grayscale can be used for evaluating contrast legibility.
NOTE: Depending on the vision of the user, including those with color vision deficiency, there will be a variation in
how the screen's color is seen and experienced.
A simulation is used to illustrate the view of those with a color vision deficiency. It is not their actual view. The
simulation is a reproduction of those with a strong color vision mode of type P, type D or type T. People with a slight
color vision deficiency will experience little to no difference compared to those with normal color vision.
UNIFORMITY*1
This function electronically compensates the slight variations in the white uniformity level as well as deviations
in color that may occur throughout the screen area. These variations are characteristic of LCD panel technology.
This function improves the color reproduction and evens out the non-uniformity in luminance of the monitor.
NOTE: A higher number produces a better effect, but may also reduce the contrast ratio.
METAMERISM Compensates the visual color difference with other monitors.
If you prefer to get the color reproduction to be closer to the Picture Mode setting, set this function to OFF.
*1: Except for V404, V484, V554.
NOTE: - When the selected PICTURE MODE is different from your computer’s ICC color profile, you may experience
inaccurate color reproduction.
- MultiProfiler software, developed by NEC Display Solutions, is highly recommended to provide extended color
management features such as ICC profile Emulation and Printer Emulation. The latest MultiProfiler software is
available on the NEC Display Solutions website.
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SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is set to “OFF”:
Selects five different picture modes, either via the OSD menu item PICTURE MODE, or using the PICTURE MODE button on
the wireless remote control.
For DVI, DisplayPort1, DisplayPort2, OPTION*, VGA (RGB), HDMI1, HDMI2
STANDARD sRGB CINEMA CUSTOM1 CUSTOM2 HIGHBRIGHT
For VGA (YPbYr), VIDEO, MP
STANDARD CINEMA CUSTOM1 CUSTOM2 HIGHBRIGHT
PRESET types
PRESET PURPOSE
HIGH BRIGHT Highest brightness setting.
STANDARD Standard setting.
sRGB The standard color space used for the Internet, Windows®
operating systems and digital cameras. Recommended
setting for general color management.
CINEMA A setting that boosts dark tones; best suited for movies.
CUSTOM Activates the auto dimming function.
*: This function depends on which option board you are using.
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OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls
NOTE: Some functions may not be available depending on the model or optional equipment.
PICTURE:
PICTUREMODE
BRIGHTNESS
GAMMA
COLOR
CONTRAST
SHARPNESS
ADJUST
COLORSYSTEM
INPUTRESOLUTION
ASPECT
ADVANCED
ROTATION
SPECTRAVIEWENGINE
RESET
PICTUREMODE SVE-1SETTING
PRESET PROGRAMMABLE1
LUMINANCE 100%
BLACK 5%
GAMMA sRGB
CUSTOMVALUE ---
WHITE 6500K
WHITE(x,y) x:0.279 y:0.292
RED(x,y) x:0.683 y:0.306
GREEN(x,y) x:0.191 y:0.709
BLUE(x,y) x:0.153 y:0.044
COLORVISIONEMU OFF
UNIFORMITY OFF
METAMERISM ON/OFF
COLORCONTROL
R - + 0
Y - + 0
G - + 0
C - + 0
B - + 0
M - + 0
Goto Adjustment
Select Return Close
MULTI-INPUT OPTION
Input source
Main Menu Icons
Main Menu Item
Sub Menu
Key Guide
Adjustment Settings
Remote Control
Press UP or DOWN
button to select
sub-menu.
Press SET/POINT
ZOOM.
Press UP or DOWN,
PLUS or MINUS to select
the function or setting to
be adjusted.
Press MENU or EXIT.
Press UP or DOWN
button to select.
Press INPUT button
to decide.
Press UP or DOWN, PLUS
or MINUS button to select.
Press EXIT
Control Panel
OSD screen
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Setting
INPUT
DVI Select input signal.
HDMI1
HDMI2
DisplayPort1
DisplayPort2
VGA (RGB/YPbPr)
VIDEO
MP Displays images or movies saved in microSD memory card or USB storage device. Please refer to the Media
Player setting (See page 21).
OPTION*3
Select input signal.
PICTURE
PICTURE MODE Select picture mode:
SpectraView Engine = OFF: [HIGHBRIGHT], [STANDARD], [sRGB], [CINEMA], [CUSTOM1], [CUSTOM2].
SpectraView Engine = ON: [SVE-1 SETTINGS], [SVE-2 SETTINGS], [SVE-3 SETTINGS], [SVE-4 SETTINGS] or
[SVE-5 SETTINGS]. See page 28.
NOTE: If WHITE is set to NATIVE when the SPECTRAVIEW is ON, WHITE is not functioning.
To be able to set the CUSTOM VALUE, please set CST at GAMMA.
BRIGHTNESS*1
BACKLIGHT Adjusts the overall image and background brightness. Press + or - to adjust.
NOTE: When MODE1 or MODE2 is selected in ROOM LIGHT SENSING, this function cannot be changed.
BRIGHTNESS*2
Adjusts the image brightness in relationship to the background. Press + or - to adjust.
GAMMA*1,
*2
Select a monitor gamma correction for best picture quality. Selection depends on the desired usage.
NATIVE Gamma correction is handled by the LCD panel.
2.2 Typical monitor gamma for use with a computer.
2.4 Good for video (DVD, etc.)
S GAMMA Special gamma for certain types of movies. Raises the dark parts and lowers the light parts of the image
(S-Curve).
DICOM SIM. DICOM GSDF curve simulated for LCD type.
PROGRAMMABLE1, 2, 3 A programmable gamma curve can be loaded using optional NEC software.
COLOR*2
COLOR Adjusts the color depth of the screen. Press + or - to adjust.
COLOR
TEMPERATURE*1
Adjusts the color temperature of the entire screen. A low color temperature will result in a reddish screen. A high
color temperature will make the screen bluish. If TEMPERATURE needs further adjustment, the individual R/G/B/
levels of the white point can be adjusted. To adjust the R/G/B levels, set CUSTOM as COLOR TEMP selection.
NOTE: Predefined 6500k is set as picture mode, a color temperature of 6500k is predefined so it cannot be
changed.
When PROGRAMMABLE1, PROGRAMMABLE2 or PROGRAMMABLE3 is selected in GAMMA CORRECTION,
this function cannot be changed.
COLOR CONTROL Adjusts the hue of the Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan, Blue and Magenta.
HUE
MP, VIDEO inputs only
Adjusts the hue of the screen. Press + or - to adjust.
CONTRAST*1,
*2
Adjusts the image brightness in relationship to the input signal. Press + or - to adjust.
SHARPNESS*1
Adjusts the crispness of the image. Press + or - to adjust.
*1: If SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is ON, this function is grayed out.
*2: This function is not available when sRGB is selected at PICTURE MODE.
*3: When you select OPTION for signal input, this function depends on which option board you are using.
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ADJUST
AUTO SETUP
VGA (RGB) input only
Automatically adjusts Screen Size, H position, V position, Clock, Phase and White Level.
AUTO ADJUST
VGA (RGB) input only
H Position, V Position and Phase are adjusted automatically when new timing is detected.
H POSITION
VGA (RGB), VGA (YPbPr) inputs only
Controls the horizontal position of the image within the Display area of the LCD.
Press + to move right. Press - to move left.
V POSITION
VGA (RGB), VGA (YPbPr) inputs only
Controls the vertical position of the image within the Display area of the LCD.
Press + to move up. Press - to move down.
CLOCK
VGA (RGB) input only
Press + to expand the width of the image on the right of the screen.
Press - to narrow the width of the image on the left.
PHASE
VGA (RGB), VGA (YPbPr) inputs only
Adjusts the visual “noise” on the image.
H RESOLUTION*1
VGA (RGB) input only
Adjusts the horizontal size of the image.
V RESOLUTION*1
VGA (RGB) input only
Adjusts the vertical size of the image.
COLOR SYSTEM
VIDEO input only
The selected Color System depends on the video format of the input signal.
AUTO
NTSC Automatically chooses Color System setting based on input signal.
PAL
SECAM
4.43 NTSC
PAL-60
INPUT RESOLUTION
VGA (RGB) input only
If there is a problem with signal detection, this function forces the monitor to display the signal at the desired
resolution. After selection, execute “AUTO SETUP” if required.
If no problem is detected, the only available option will be “AUTO”.
ASPECT Select the aspect ratio of the screen image.
NOTE: When the ASPECT is set to DYNAMIC, the image will be changed to FULL image before IMAGE FLIP,
then start to IMAGE FLIP.
When the ASPECT is DYNAMIC or ZOOM, the image will be changed to FULL image before TILE MATRIX, then
start to TILE MATRIX. After TILE MATRIX, the ASPECT will be returned previous ASPECT or set ASPECT during
TILE MATRIX.
If you change H POSITION and V POSITION settings with a reduced image, the image would not be changed.
If SCREEN SAVER is set, the ASPECT setting automatically change to FULL from what you set. Once SCREEN
SAVER is off then ASPECT setting will get back to the setting what you originally set.
This function is not available when MOTION in SCREEN SAVER is active.
When the ASPECT is set to DYNAMIC or ZOOM while TILE MATRIX is set to active, after releasing
TILE MATRIX, DYNAMIC or ZOOM will be active.
POINT ZOOM function has limitations, please refer to POINT ZOOM (See page 58).
Zoom is also not available for an image with input resolution a 3840 x 2160 (60 Hz).
NORMAL Shows the aspect ratio as it is sent from the source.
FULL Fills the entire screen.
WIDE Expands a 16:9 letter box signal to fill the entire screen.
DYNAMIC Expands 4:3 pictures to fill the entire screen with non-linearity image. Part of the outside image area will be cut
off due to expansion.
1:1 Shows the image in a 1 by 1 Pixel format. (If the input resolution is higher than a 3840 x 2160 resolution,
the image will be scaled down to fit the screen.)
ZOOM The image can be expanded/reduced.
NOTE: The expanded image, which is outside of the active screen area, is not shown. The reduced image may
have some image degradation.
ZOOM Maintains the aspect ratio while zooming.
HZOOM Horizontal zoom value.
VZOOM Vertical zoom value.
H POS Horizontal position.
V POS Vertical position.
*1: After setting this item individually, we recommend to run AUTO SETUP.
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ADVANCED
OVER SCAN
HDMI1, HDMI2, VGA (YPbPr), VIDEO, MP,
OPTION*1
inputs only
Some video formats may require different scanning modes in order to best display the image.
ON Image size is larger than what can be displayed. The image edge will appear cropped.
Approximately 95% of the image will be shown on the screen.
OFF Image size stays within the display area. The whole image is displayed on the screen.
NOTE: When you use a computer with HDMI out, please set “OFF”.
AUTO Image size is set automatically.
NOTE: This function is not available if input signal is VGA (YPbPr), VIDEO or MP.
DEINTERLACE Selects the IP (Interlace to Progressive) conversion function.
NOTE: IMAGE FLIP is not available. When SUPER is selected in INPUT CHANGE and displayed, this function
cannot be changed.
ON Converts interlaced signals to progressive. This is the default setting.
OFF Disables IP conversion. This setting is best suited for motion pictures, but increases the risk of image retention.
NOISE REDUCTION
VIDEO input only
Adjusts the amount of noise reduction. Press + or - to adjust.
TELECINE
HDMI1, HDMI2, VIDEO, VGA (YPbPr),
MP inputs only
Automatically senses the sources frame rate for optimal picture quality.
NOTE: Set DEINTERLACE ON if TELECINE is AUTO.
ADAPTIVE
CONTRAST*2
HDMI1, HDMI2, VIDEO, VGA (YPbPr),
MP inputs only
Sets the level of adjustment for dynamic contrast.
If HIGH is set, the image is displayed clearly but it makes brightness unstable due to the wide gap of contrast
variation.
ROTATION Shows the inverse image right-left, up-down or rotation.
Press + or - to select.
NOTE: This function is not available when MOTION in SCREEN SAVER is “ON”.
IMAGE FLIP NOTE: When the ASPECT is set to DYNAMIC, the image will be changed to FULL image before ROTATE starts,
then ROTATE will start to work.
When selecting IMAGE FLIP (except for NONE), the following functions are disabled: MULTI PICTURE MODE,
TEXT TICKER, STILL, POINT ZOOM and TILE MATRIX.
When the input signal is interlaced, the image may be disturbed.
NONE
Normal mode.
H FLIP
The image inverts right-left.
V FLIP
The image inverts up-down.
180° ROTATE
The image rotates 180 degrees.
OSD FLIP Determines the OSD display direction.
If “ON” is selected, the OSD will be inverted depending on the image status.
SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE Select “ON” to activate SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE (see page 28).
RESET Resets all “PICTURE” settings back to factory settings except for SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE and PICTURE
MODE.
AUDIO
VOLUME Increase or decrease output volume level.
BALANCE
BALANCE Select STEREO or MONO for the audio output.
If you select STEREO, adjust the L/R volume balance.
Press the + button to move the stereo sound image to right.
Press the - button to move the stereo sound image to left.
NOTE: BALANCE is not available if MONO is set at STEREO/MONO.
SURROUND Artificial surround sound.
NOTE: LINE OUT is disabled when this function is set to “ON”.
*1: This function depends on which option board you are using.
*2: If SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is ON, this function is grayed out.
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EQUALIZER
TREBLE To accentuate or reduce the high frequency range of audio signals.
Press the + button to increase TREBLE.
Press the - button to decrease TREBLE.
BASS To accentuate or reduce the low frequency sound.
Press the + button to increase BASS.
Press the - button to decrease BASS.
AUDIO INPUT Selects the audio input source: [DVI], [HDMI1], [HDMI2], [DisplayPort1], [DisplayPort2], [IN1], [IN2], [VIDEO],
[MP], [OPTION]*1
.
MULTI PICTURE AUDIO Selects audio source.
NOTE: This function depends on MULTI PICTURE setting.
LINE OUT Selecting VARIABLE enables control of the line out level with the VOLUME button.
AUDIO DELAY
AUDIO DELAY Activate a delay time to output the audio signal. The DELAY TIME can be set between 0 and 100 milliseconds.
Set to ON to activate this function.
DELAY TIME
RESET Resets all AUDIO options back to factory settings, except for VOLUME.
SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE SETTINGS Creates a working schedule for the monitor.
By pressing , + - buttons, set below settings. By Input change buttons of the monitor or SET/ZOOM button
of the remote control, you can select the check box.
NOTE: Please set DAY & TIME before set SCHEDULE SETTINGS.
When SCHEDULE SETTINGS window is closed, schedule that you set is saved.
When some schedules are set at same time, large SETTINGS number is given priority.
If OFF TIMER is ON, SCHEDULE SETTINGS is not available.
When you select invalid input signal or picture mode, it will display in red. While SCHEDULE SETTINGS window
is open, schedule is not operated.
SETTINGS Set ON to activate schedule. Maximum 30 schedules are set.
POWER Setting for the monitor power. Please set ON or OFF for each schedule.
TIME Set schedule operation time. If there is no specific time for the schedule, set [--].
INPUT Set input signal for the schedule. To keep the input signal, which was chosen before schedule is operating, set
[--]. When you set INPUT, please select ON at POWER.
PIC. MODE Set picture mode for the schedule. To keep the picture mode, which was chosen before schedule is operating,
set [--]. When you set PIC. MODE, please select ON at POWER.
Select one item from below (only one item is available).
DATE Select this setting if the schedule is for one day schedule or irregular schedules.
EVERY DAY Select this setting if the schedule is repeating everyday.
EVERY WEEK Select this setting if the schedule is repeating everyweek.
WEEKDAY Select this setting if the schedule is on a week day.
This item is set by the WEEKEND and the HOLIDAY settings. The date which is not selected at WEEKEND and
HOLIDAY settings are set as weekday.
WEEKEND Select this setting if the schedule is on a weekend.
Schedule operates on the date that is set at WEEKEND SETTINGS.
HOLIDAY Schedule operates on the date that is set at HOLIDAY SETTINGS.
SCHEDULE LIST List of working schedules. Displays up to 30 schedules from present time.
HOLIDAY SETTINGS
No. Creates holiday schedule for the monitor.
YEAR
MONTH
WEEK
DAY
Set YEAR and MONTH.
Select DAY or WEEK.
DAY: Set a day.
WEEK: Set a week and the day of the week.
If you set [--] at MONTH or YEAR, every month or year of the day you set is set as a holiday.
END DAY Set the end of holiday date. If your schedule beyond year, please separate the schedule per year.
NOTE: If DAY is not set, END DAY is not available. If your holiday setting is including [--] at year or month, END
DAY is not available.
SET/DELETE Sets or deletes a schedule.
WEEKEND SETTING
WEEKEND Set the day of the week.
*1: This function depends on which option board you are using.
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DATE & TIME Sets the date, time, and daylight saving region. Date & time must be set in order for the “SCHEDULE” function to
operate. See page 35.
NOTE: If the monitor’s main power has been turned off then two week hasn’t been turned on, DATE & TIME
setting is back to default setting and clock function stops working.
When turn on the monitor after clock function stops, the LED indicator glows red and blue. This indicates that the
clock function is back to default setting. Please set DATE & TIME again.
YEAR Sets the year for the real-time clock.
MONTH Sets the month for the real-time clock.
DAY Sets the day for the real-time clock.
TIME Sets the time for the real-time clock.
CURRENT DATE TIME Shows current date and time.
DAYLIGHT SAVING Sets daylight savings on or off.
NOTE: Please set the TIME & DATE setting first if you change the DAYLIGHT SAVING setting.
DAYLIGHT SAVING If ON is selected, please set daylight saving settings below.
BEGIN MONTH Set daylight saving beginning date.
END MONTH Set daylight saving ending date.
TIME DIFFERENCE Set the time difference.
OFF TIMER Set the monitor to power off after a pre-set time period. A time period between 1 to 24 hours may be set.
NOTE: SCHEDULE is not available if OFF TIMER is ON.
RESET Resets the following settings within the SCHEDULE menu back to factory setting: DATE & TIME and DAYLIGHT
SAVING.
MULTI INPUT
KEEP MULTI PICTURE
MODE*1
Allows the monitor to remain in MULTI PICTURE and TEXT TICKER mode after powering off.
When Power is returned, MULTI PICTURE and TEXT TICKER appear without having to enter the OSD.
MULTI PICTURE
MODE*1,
*3
MULTI PICTURE When “OFF” is selected, one picture is displayed.
When “ON” is selected, several pictures are displayed. Select PIP or PBP.
NOTE: When TEXT TICKER, CLOSED CAPTION, TILEM ATRIX, MOTION in SCREEN SAVER, IMAGE FLIP,
except for NONE, INPUT SUPER in INPUT CHANGE is released.
ACTIVE PICTURE*1,
*2
ACTIVE When MULTI PICTURE is “OFF”, [PICTURE 1] is the Active Picture. When MULTI PICTURE is “ON”, sets Active
Picture.
NOTE: This function depends on MULTI PICTURE setting.
ACTIVE FRAME The active picture is shown within a red frame.
INPUT SELECT*1,
*2,
*3
Selects the Multi Picture input. Press the + button or - button to select the input.
NOTE: This function is not available when MULTI PICTURE is “OFF”.
When changing input signal for the active picture, after selecting an input press SET.
PICTURE1
PICTURE2
PICTURE SIZE*1,
*2,
*4
Sets the Active Picture size.
Press the SET/POINT ZOOM button to adjust the picture size. Press + or CH+ to expand. Press - or CH- to
reduce.
PICTURE POSITION*1,
*2,
*4
Sets the Active Picture location.
Pressing the + button moves the Active Picture to the right, and pressing the - button moves it to the left.
Pressing the button moves the Active Picture up, and pressing the button moves it down.
PICTURE ASPECT*1,
*2,
*4
Selects the Active Picture frame aspect.
To change aspect ratio of the screen image, see page 20.
TEXT TICKER*1,
*3
NOTE: When TEXT TICKER is set, MULTI PICTURE MODE and STILL are not available.
TEXT TICKER is released if following menu is activated: MULTI PICTURE MODE, TILE MATRIX, SCREEN
SAVER, IMAGE FLIP, SUPER in INPUT CHANGE, CLOSED CAPTION.
When this function is active, POINT ZOOM and STILL are not available.
MODE Enables Text Ticker and allows you to set Horizontal or Vertical direction.
POSITION Selects the location of the Text Ticker on the screen.
SIZE Determines the size of the Text Ticker in relationship to the overall screen size.
DETECT Enables auto-detection of the Text Ticker.
INPUT SELECT Set input signal for PICTURE1, PICTURE2.
*1: This function is released when selecting SUPER in INPUT CHANGE, MOTION in SCREEN SAVER, TILE MATRIX and IMAGE FLIP except for NONE.
*2: When TEXT TICKER is active or multi picture is OFF, this function is not available.
*3: When you select OPTION for multi picture input, this function depends on which option board you are using.
*4: This function is not available if PIP is set at MULTI PICTURE MODE and then PICTURE1 is set at ACTIVE PICTURE.
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INPUT DETECT Selects the method of input detection the monitor uses when more than one signal source is connected.
NOTE: When SUPER is selected within INPUT CHANGE, this function cannot be changed.
When INPUT DETECT is active, AUTO DIMMING is not available.
INPUT DETECT is released if HUMAN SENSOR is activated.
NONE The Monitor will not search for signals at the other video input ports.
FIRST DETECT*1,
*2
When the current video input signal is not present, then the monitor searches for a video signal from another
video input port. If a video signal is present in the other input, then the monitor switches from the current video
source to this active video source automatically.
The monitor will not look for any other video signals while the current video source is present.
LAST DETECT*1,
*2
When the monitor is reproducing a signal from the current video source and a new second video source is supplied
to the monitor, the monitor will automatically switch to the new video source. When the current video input signal is
not present anymore, the monitor searches for a video signal from any other video input. If a video signal is present
in the other input, then the monitor switches from the current video source to this active video source automatically.
CUSTOM DETECT*1
Sets the priority of input signals.
When CUSTOM DETECT is selected, the monitor searches on pre-set inputs only.
NOTE: Priority of an option input signal is only available in PRIORITY3, except for a slot 2 type PC option.
If you set DisplayPort1 to Priority 1 or 2 or 3, you cannot set OPTION (slot 2 type PC option (DP)) to any priority
settings. If you set OPTION (slot 2 type PC option (DP)) to Priority 1 or 2 or 3, you cannot set DisplayPort1 to any
priority settings.
INPUT CHANGE Sets input change speed. If “QUICK” is set, speed of changing input gets faster but this setting occurs image
noise while switching signals.
The selection SUPER enables high-speed switching between two pre-set signals.
NOTE: It depends on the option board you use, SUPER is not available.
When “SUPER” is active, MULTI PICTURE MODE, TEXT TICKER, STILL, POINT ZOOM are not available.
TERMINAL SETTINGS
DVI MODE Selects the kind of DVI-D equipment, which is connected to the DVI input.
Select “DVI-HD” when a DVD player or computer equipment is connected which requires HDCP authentication.
Select “DVI-PC” when computer equipment is connected which does not requires HDCP authentication.
VGA MODE Selects RGB or YPbPr for VGA input.
SYNC TYPE Selects a type of sync signal of VGA (RGB).
AUTO: Automatically identifies received sync signal type.
H/V SYNC: If the input signal is H/V SYNC then displayed image is unstable with AUTO setting, please set H/V
SYNC.
SOG: If the input signal is SOG then displayed image is unstable with AUTO setting, please set SOG.
NOTE: If VGA MODE is set to YPbPr, you cannot set SYNC TYPE.
DisplayPort Selects the DisplayPort mode [1.1a] or [1.2].
DisplayPort 1.1a is selected, SST is set automatically.
DisplayPort 1.2 is selected, set SST or MST.
DisplayPort 1.2 should be selected when using Multi-Stream Transport. Multi-Stream Transport requires the
corresponding display card. Contact your supplier for limitations of this function.
NOTE: MST is not available with DisplayPort2 signal input.
BIT RATE DisplayPort 1.1a is selected at DisplayPort, HBR is set automatically.
DisplayPort1.2 and SST are selected at DisplayPort, set HBR or HBR2.
DisplayPort1.2 and MST are selected at DisplayPort, HBR2 is set automatically.
EQUALIZER Compensates for the image degradation caused by using a long cable or devices. A higher number produces
high compensation.
SLOT2 Compensates for the image degradation from the slot 2 type option DisplayPort signal.
DisplayPort1 Compensates for the image degradation from DisplayPort1 signal.
HDMI Selects MODE1 or MODE2.
MODE1: Max resolution is 3840 x 2160 (30 Hz)
MODE2: Max resolution is 3840 x 2160 (60 Hz)
VIDEO LEVEL RAW: For computer settings. Show all input signals of 0-255 gray levels.
EXPAND: For audio-visual equipment settings. Expands the input signals from 16-235 gray levels to 0-255 gray
levels.
AUTO: Automatically sets input signals by adjusting connected equipment.
NOTE: This function is available only in HDMI or DisplayPort or OPTION and is selected at INPUT SIGNAL.
RESET Resets MULTI INPUT options back to factory settings, except for INPUT DETECT (priority of input signals only),
INPUT CHANGE (INPUT1 and INPUT2), INPUT SELECT, PICTURE ASPECT and BIT RATE.
*1: When you select OPTION for multi picture input, this function depends on which option board you are using.
*2: Except for MP.
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OSD
LANGUAGE Select the language used by the OSD.
ENGLISH
DEUTSCH
FRANÇAIS
ITALIANO
ESPAÑOL
SVENSKA
РУССКИЙ
OSD TIME Turns off the OSD after a period of inactivity. The preset choices are 10-240 seconds.
OSD POSITION Determines the location where the OSD appears on the screen.
UP
DOWN
RIGHT
LEFT
INFORMATION OSD Selects whether the Information OSD is displayed or not. The Information OSD will appear when the input signal
or input source changes. The Information OSD will also give a warning when no signal is detected or the signal is
out of range.
An interval between 3 to 10 seconds is selectable for the Information OSD to appear.
COMMUNICATION
INFO.
The MONITOR ID and IP ADDRESS will appear when the remote control Display button is pressed.
OSD TRANSPARENCY Selects the transparency of the OSD.
OSD ROTATION Determines the OSD orientation between landscape and portrait.
LANDSCAPE Shows the OSD in landscape orientation.
PORTRAIT Shows the OSD in portrait orientation.
NOTE: If PORTRAIT is set, CLOSED CAPTION is not available.
KEY GUIDE Key guide is shown when the OSD menu is displayed.
NOTE: This function is not available when OSD FLIP is “ON”.
MEMO Defines a title and a message via HTTP server. See page 55.
INPUT NAME You can create a name for the INPUT currently being used.
Max: 14 characters, including Space, A-Z, 0-9, and some symbols.
CLOSED CAPTION
VIDEO input only
Activates closed captioning.
NOTE: This function is released if the following function is activated: MULTI PICTURE MODE, TEXT TICKER,
PORTRAIT in OSD ROTATION, TILE MATRIX, SCREEN SAVER, STILL, POINT ZOOM, SUPER in INPUT
CHANGE.
RESET Resets the following settings within the OSD menu back to factory setting:
OSD TIME, OSD POSITION, INFORMATION OSD, OSD TRANSPARENCY, CLOSED CAPTION.
MULTI DISPLAY
AUTO TILE MATRIX
SETUP
TILE MATRIX allows one image to be displayed over multiple screens (up to 100) through a distribution amplifier.
Allows auto setting of TILE MATRIX by inputting the number of monitors arranged horizontally and vertically on
the primary monitor. Following settings are set automatically: MONITOR ID, TILE MATRIX, TILE MATRIX MEM,
Input Signal, VIDEO OUT SETTING, DisplayPort in TERMINAL SETTINGS.
NOTE: AUTO ID will be automatically executed. When you use this function, it is recommended that monitors be
chained by DisplayPort cable. This function is released if MOTION in SCREEN SAVER is activated.
Example of installation via LAN:
H MONITORS 3
V MONITORS 3
Primary monitor
SETTING COPY In a daisy chain scenario, select the OSD menu categories that you want to copy over to the other monitors.
NOTE: When you use this function, monitors should be daisy chained by LAN cables. This function will be reset
to default when power is off. This function has a limit in the number of connected monitors, depending on type
and quality of the LAN cable you use.
COPY START Select “YES” and press the SET button to start copying.
ALL INPUT All input terminals settings are copied when you select this item. Default is off.
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TILE MATRIX Allows one image to be expanded and displayed over multiple screens (up to 100) through a distribution
amplifier.
NOTE: Low resolution is not suitable for tiling to a large number of monitors. You can operate without a
distribution amplifier at a lower number of screens.
This function is released when selecting SCREEN SAVER or IMAGE FLIP except for NONE.
Dynamic or Zoom will not work when Tile Matrix is activated.
When “DYNAMIC” or “ZOOM” is selected in ASPECT while executing TILE MATRIX, the setting will be applied
after completing of TILE MATRIX.
When TILE MATRIX is active the following functions are not available: MULTI PICTURE MODE, TEXIT
TICKER, CLOSED CAPTION, STILL, POINT ZOOM. Please refer to the POINT ZOOM function for more detail
(see page 58).
If Media Player contents are played while TILE MATRIX is active, the image play timing might have a gap within
monitors.
This function is not available when SCREEN SAVER is active.
When HDMI of the TERMINAL SETTINGS is set to MODE2, TILE MATRIX is not available.
H MONITORS Number of monitors arranged horizontally.
V MONITORS Number of monitors arranged vertically.
POSITION Select which section of the tiled image to be displayed on the monitor.
TILE COMP Turns the TILE COMP feature on. If YES is set to the TILE COMP, you can adjust a displayed image size and
position by pressing the + button or the - button on the remote control.
ENABLE Enables Tile Matrix settings that you set.
TILE MATRIX MEM When “INPUT” is selected, TILE MATRIX setting is applied to each signal input.
COMMON All settings in the TILE MATRIX are saved for the all signal input.
INPUT All settings in the TILE MATRIX are saved for the signal input which signal input you selected.
ID CONTROL Sets the monitor ID number from 1-100 and group ID from A-J. DETECTED MONITORS shows the number of all
monitors are included in the daisy chain of connected LAN cables.
NOTE: Do not turn off the monitors’ main power switch or put it into standby while AUTO ID/IP SETTING or
AUTO ID/IP RESET is activating.
The Group ID is made of multiple selections.
AUTO ID/IP SETTING When “SET” is selected, AUTO ID/IP SETTING window is shown.
Do not connect network devices between the monitors connected with LAN.
SETTING ITEM Select an item from [MONITOR ID], [IP ADDRESS] and [ID and IP].
MONITOR ID When “YES” is set, monitor ID numbers are set automatically to the all monitors.
IP ADDRESS Set the first octet to the third octet at “BASE ADDRESS”.
The fourth octet is automatically set from “1” and counting up till the number of monitors connected with LAN.
“BASE ADDRESS” is shown when “IP ADDRESS” or “ID and IP” is selected at SETTING ITEM.
ID and IP Set “MONITOR ID” and “IP ADDRESS”.
BASE NUMBER Set base number within 100 for the master monitor.
The other monitors who follow in the chain with LAN will be given individual a monitor ID automatically. The
monitor ID given to the each monitor is counting up based on base number of the master monitor. Please set
base number by considering all monitor ID that given to the monitors following LAN also set within 100.
BASE ADDRESS When “YES” is set, monitor IP ADDRESS is set automatically to all monitors.
ID/IP SETTING
START
When “YES” is set, all the settings in the AUTO ID/IP SETTING are activated.
DETECTED
MONITORS
This item is shown after “SETTING ITEM” is selected and “ID/IP ADDRESS START” is set to “YES”.
If the shown number and actual monitor number, which MONITOR ID is given, are different, select “RETRY” to
recount monitors.
If the shown number is correct, set “CONTINUE”.
AUTO ID/IP RESET When “RESET” is selected, AUTO ID/IP RESET window is shown.
RESET ITEM Select a setting from [MONITOR ID], [IP ADDRESS], and [ID and IP].
When the number of monitors connected with LAN was changed, please select the same item that you selected
at “SETTING ITEM” in the AUTO ID/IP SETTING and then run the “AUTO ID/IP RESET”.
ID/IP RESET START When “YES” is set, the setting of selected item at RESET ITEM returns to default setting.
When the setting returns to default setting, “FINISH!!” is displayed.
NOTE: After “ID/IP RESET START” is activated, “MONITOR ID” and “IP ADDRESS” settings will be individual
settings even though monitors are connected with LAN.
DETECTED
MONITORS
Displays number of the detected monitors.
COMMAND
TRANSFER
When “ON” is set, a command is sent to the all monitors connected with LAN cables.
RESET Resets all settings within the MULTI DISPLAY menu back to factory setting.
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DISPLAY PROTECTION
POWER SAVE Sets ENABLE or DISABLE. If you set it to ENABLE, set how long the monitor waits to go into power save mode
after signal is lost. For more detail, please check Power Indicator (See page 42).
NOTE: When connecting DVI, the display card might not stop sending the digital data even though the image
might have disappeared. If this occurs the monitor will not switch into power management mode. POWER SAVE
is disabled when AUTO OFF or CUSTOM is selected in HUMAN SENSING*3
.
AUTO POWER SAVE
TIME SETTING
Set the time of the monitor goes into auto power save mode after signal is lost.
POWER SAVE MESSAGE When the monitor goes into power save mode, a message is displayed when ON is selected.
FAN CONTROL Cooling fans will reduce the internal temperature of the monitor to protect from overheating.
If AUTO is selected, you can adjust the start temperature of the cooling fans and the fan speed.
HEAT STATUS Shows the actual status of the fans, backlight and temperature sensors.
SCREEN SAVER Use the SCREEN SAVER function to reduce the risk of Image Persistence.
NOTE: When the screen saver is activated, the image will be changed to FULL image. After the screen saver
stops the activity, the image will be reproduced again with the current ASPECT setting.
The screen saver cannot be selected for 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz signal input.
When the SCREEN SAVER is set to active, MULTI PICTURE MODE, STILL, IMAGE FLIP (except for NONE) or
TEXT TICKER, POINT ZOOM, TILE MATRIX, CLOSED CAPTION are not available.
GAMMA*1
The monitor gamma is changed and fixed when “ON” is selected.
BACKLIGHT*1
The brightness of the backlight is decreased when “ON” is selected.
NOTE: Do not select this function when ROOM LIGHT SENSING is set to MODE1 or MODE2.
MOTION*2
The screen image is slightly expanded and moves in 4 directions (UP, DOWN, RIGHT, LEFT) at user determined
intervals. You can set interval time and zoom ratio.
SIDE BORDER COLOR Adjusts the color of the side borders when a 4:3 image is reproduced.
By pressing the + button on the remote control. The side borders will become brighter.
By pressing the - button, the side borders will become darker.
Background color of the media player window is also changed.
POWER ON DELAY Adjusts the delay time between being in “standby” mode and entering “power on” mode.
DELAY TIME “POWER ON DELAY” can be set between 0 and 50 seconds.
LINK TO ID When “ON” selected, delay time is linked with Monitor ID. It takes more time as larger ID number.
ALERT MAIL Set ON to activate alert mail.
RESET Resets the all settings within the DISPLAY PROTECTION menu back to factory setting except for POWER ON
DELAY.
CONTROL
NETWORK INFORMATION Shows the current network settings.
LAN NOTE: When changing the any LAN settings, you need to wait several seconds until modified LAN settings are
applied.
IP SETTING Enabling this option automatically assigns an IP address to the monitor from your DHCP server.
Disabling this option allows you to enter a fixed IP address and subnet mask data obtained from your network
administrator.
NOTE: Consult your network administrator for the IP address when AUTO is selected for [IP SETTING].
IP ADDRESS Set your IP address for the monitor connected to the network when MANUAL is selected for [IP SETTING].
SUBNET MASK Set your subnet mask data for the monitor connected to the network when MANUAL is selected for
[IP SETTING].
DEFAULT GATEWAY Set your default gateway for the monitor connected to the network when MANUAL is selected for [IP SETTING].
NOTE: Enter [0.0.0.0] to delete the setting.
DNS Set the IP addresses of DNS servers.
AUTO: The DNS server which is connected with the monitor will automatically assign his IP address.
MANUAL: Manually enter the IP address of the DNS server which is connected with the monitor.
DNS PRIMARY Enter the primary DNS server settings of the network connected with the monitor.
NOTE: Enter [0.0.0.0] to delete the setting.
DNS SECONDARY Enter the secondary DNS server settings of the network connected with the monitor.
NOTE: Enter [0.0.0.0] to delete the setting.
*1: If SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is ON, this function is grayed out.
*2: When you select OPTION for signal input, this function depends on which option board you are using.
*3: The function is available only when connecting the optional control unit.
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CHANGE PASSWORD Allows the security password to be changed.
The factory preset password is 0000.
SECURITY
PASSWORD Insert a security password.
SECURE MODE
OFF The security password is not required when the monitor power is on.
START-UP LOCK The security password is required when the monitor power is on.
CONTROL LOCK The security password is required when a remote control button or a control button on the monitor is pressed.
BOTH LOCK The security password is required when either the monitor is powered on, or a remote control button or a control
button on the monitor is pressed.
IR LOCK SETTINGS Prevents the monitor from being controlled by the wireless remote control.
When ACTIVATE is selected, all the settings are activated.
NOTE: IR LOCK SETTINGS is a function intended only for the wireless remote control buttons. This function
does not lock out access to all buttons of the monitor. To return to normal operation, press the “DISPLAY” button
on the remote control then hold it down for more than 5 seconds.
MODE SELECT Selects the mode UNLOCK, ALL LOCK or CUSTOM LOCK.
UNLOCK All buttons on the remote control are available for normal operation.
ALL LOCK Locks all remote control buttons.
CUSTOM LOCK Selects which buttons to be locked from POWER, VOLUME, and INPUT button.
Except for CUSTOM LOCK settings, other buttons on the remote control are locked.
POWER: When LOCK is selected, the POWER button is locked.
VOLUME: When UNLOCK is selected, set the minimum and maximum volume between VOL.0 to VOL.100.
VOLUME (+) button and VOLUME (-) buttons are only available from the minimum volume to the
maximum volume you set.
When LOCK is selected, VOLUME (+) button and VOLUME (-) buttons are locked.
INPUT: When UNLOCK is selected, choose up to three buttons from DVI, HDMI1, HDMI2, DisplayPort1,
DisplayPort2, VGA (RGB/YPbPr), VIDEO, MEDIA PLAYER, OPTION which you prefer to be
unlocked.
The unselected buttons are locked. When LOCK is selected, all INPUT buttons are locked.
CHANNEL: To lock channel buttons on the remote control, select it to LOCK then press ACTIVE, channel
CH/ZOOM (+) button and (-) button are locked.
KEY LOCK SETTINGS Prevents the monitor from being controlled by buttons of the monitor.
When ACTIVATE is selected, all the settings are activated.
NOTE: KEY LOCK SETTINGS is a function intended only for the buttons of the monitor. This function does not
lock out access to all buttons on the remote control. To activate the control key lock function, press the UP button
( ) and the DOWN button ( ) and hold down simultaneously for more than 3 seconds. To resume user mode,
press the UP button ( ) and the DOWN button ( ) and hold simultaneously for more than 3 seconds.
MODE SELECT Selects the mode UNLOCK, ALL LOCK or CUSTOM LOCK.
UNLOCK All buttons are available for normal operations.
ALL LOCK Locks all remote control buttons.
CUSTOM LOCK Selects which buttons to be locked from POWER, VOLUME, and INPUT button.
Except for CUSTOM LOCK settings, other buttons on the remote control are locked.
POWER: When LOCK is selected, the POWER button is locked.
VOLUME: When UNLOCK is selected, set the minimum and maximum volume between VOL.0 to VOL.100.
The PLUS button (+) and the MINUS button (-) are only available from the minimum volume to the
maximum volume you set.
When LOCK is selected, the PLUS button (+) and the MINUS button (-) are locked.
INPUT: When UNLOCK is selected, the INPUT/SET button is unlocked.
CHANNEL: To lock channel buttons on the remote control, select it to LOCK then press ACTIVE,
the UP button ( ) and the DOWN button ( ) are locked.
DDC/CI
DisplayPort2, DVI, VGA (RGB) Inputs only
ENABLE/DISABLE: Turns ON or OFF the two-way communication and control of the monitor.
PING Confirm successful connection with the network by communicating with a preset IP address.
IP ADDRESS Sets an IP ADDRESS for sending PING.
EXECUTE Checks a reply can be sent to the monitor or not from the IP ADDRESS by sending PING.
IP ADDRESS RESET Resets IP ADDRESS SETTINGS back to factory settings.
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AUTO DIMMING*1
Adjusts the backlight of the LCD automatically depending on the amount of ambient light.
NOTE: This function is released if INPUT DETECT is set while AUTO DIMMING is active.
AUTO BRIGHTNESS
DVI, DisplayPort1, DisplayPort2,
VGA (RGB), MP, OPTION*3
inputs only
Adjusts the brightness level according to the input signal.
NOTE: Do not select this function when ROOM LIGHT SENSING is MODE1 or MODE2.
ROOM LIGHT
SENSING
The backlight of the LCD screen can be set to increase or decrease depending on the amount of ambient light
within the room. If the room is bright, the monitor becomes correspondingly bright. If the room is dim, then the
monitor will dim accordingly. The purpose of this function is to make the viewing experience more comfortable to
the eye in a variety of lighting conditions.
NOTE: When ROOM LIGHT SENSING is set, BACKLIGHT, AUTO BRIGHTNESS and BACKLIGHT in SCREEN
SAVER functions are disabled.
Do not cover the room light sensing sensor when you use MODE1 or MODE2.
AMBIENT parameter setting
ROOM LIGHT SENSING in OSD, select MODE1 or MODE2 and set MAX LIMIT, IN BRIGHT and IN DARK in
each mode.
MAX LIMIT: This is the max level of backlight, which you set.
IN BRIGHT: This is the backlight level that the monitor will go up to when the ambient light level is highest.
IN DARK: This is the level of backlight that the monitor will go down to when the ambient light level is low.
When the ROOM LIGHT SENSING is enabled the Backlight level of the screen changes automatically according
to the lighting conditions of the room (see figure below).
BACKLIGHT level set for
the monitor to use when
ambient lighting level is
low.
BACKLIGHT level set
for the monitor to use
when ambient lighting
level is high.
BACKLIGHT range
dark bright
room bright condition
Screen Backlight value by MODE2
IN DARK IN BRIGHT
Screen Backlight value by MODE1
Factory Setting
BACKLIGHT range when
set to MAX LIMIT.
MAX LIMIT: BACKLIGHT level is limited to your set level.
IN DARK: BACKLIGHT level set for the monitor to use when ambient lighting level is low.
IN BRIGHT: BACKLIGHT level set for the monitor to use when ambient lighting level is high.
HUMAN SENSING*2
HUMAN SENSING has three settings.
NOTE: POWER SAVE is disabled when AUTO OFF or CUSTOM is selected in HUMAN SENSING.
DISABLE No human sensing.
AUTO OFF At the preset time, when no person is detected, BACKLIGHT and VOLUME automatically go into OFF. When a
person comes near the monitor again, the monitor will automatically return to normal mode.
CUSTOM BACKLIGHT and VOLUME automatically shift to the set value when detecting no person. When a person comes
near the monitor again, the monitor automatically returns to normal mode and reproduces the input signal
selected in INPUT SELECT.
POWER INDICATOR
POWER INDICATOR Turns the LED on or off. If OFF is selected, the LED will not glow when the LCD monitor is in active mode.
SCHEDULE
INDICATOR
Turns the LED on or off depending on a schedule activity which is set at “SCHEDULE SETTINGS”. If OFF is
selected, the LED will not glow even if a schedule is in active mode.
INTELLI. WIRELESS DATA Select “ON” to activate INTELLIGENT WIRELESS DATA function (see page 60). A password is required when
using the function.
*1: If SPECTRAVIEW ENGINE is ON, this function is grayed out.
*2: The function is available only when connecting the optional sensor unit.
*3: When you select OPTION for signal input, this function depends on which option board you are using.
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USB
TOUCH POWER
(Not available)
EXTERNAL CONTROL When ON is set, the monitor is controlled by a device installed particular software which is connected to USB2.
PC SOURCE Select a device connected to USB1 which controls the monitor. If a control device is specific, select EXTERNAL
PC or OPTION.
OPTION is only available when slot 2 type PC option is connected to the monitor.
USB POWER Selects a power relation of USB CM1 (2A).
Set ON to supply the power to the USB CM1 (2A).
NOTE: Power consumption depends on which USB devices are connected to the monitor.
CEC* This function enables you to control the HDMI CEC compliant device connected via HDMI connector.
*: CEC is an abbreviation of Consumer Electronics Control.
CEC When ON is set, please set items below.
NOTE: If ON is selected, the below functions are activated.
When the connected HDMI CEC device receives play command, the monitor synchronously turns on then
changes the input signal to HDMI. If the monitor has been turned on, when connected HDMI CEC device
received a play command, input signal is switched to HDMI.
The connected HDMI CEC devices are controlled by the wireless remote control supplied with the monitor.
Depending on the connected device, sometimes the device does not work properly.
AUTO TURN OFF When the monitor goes to standby via remote control or the power button on the monitor, connected HDMI CEC
device go to standby synchronously.
NOTE: If the connected HDMI CEC device is recording, the device does not go into standby.
AUDIO RECEIVER Activates HDMI CEC audio amplifier. If YES is set, outputs the sounds of the connected HDMI CEC device from
the connected HDMI CEC audio amplifier. If YES is set, the internal speaker or the external speaker connected to
the monitor is set to mute.
NOTE: When a HDMI CEC audio amplifier is connected, set to YES.
Please set to NO if there is no connecting HDMI CEC audio device to the monitor.
SEARCH DEVICE Searches the HDMI CEC device connected to the monitor. When search is success, the connected HDMI CEC
device’s type and registered device name are shown. When search has been completed or failed, the SEARCH
DEVICE is set to NO automatically. To retry the SEARCH DEVICE, set it to YES again. After detected HDMI CEC
devices, you can switch the device input by selecting the device.
RESET Resets all the settings within the CONTROL menu back to factory setting except for LAN, CHANGE
PASSWORD, SECURITY, PING and INTELLI. WIRELESS DATA.
OPTION
OPTION POWER Allows the monitor to supply power to an Option board slot during power save mode or standby mode.
NOTE: To activate Power management function with no signal input from the inserted slot 2 type option, please
set OPTION POWER to AUTO or ON.
IF OPTION POWER is set to OFF, power supply to the connected option stops.
AUDIO*1
Selects the sound input signal according to the slot2 type option specifications. To activate DIGITAL, select
OPTION for input signal and OPTION for AUDIO INPUT.
NOTE: DIGITAL is activated only when OPTION is selected for input signal and OPTION for AUDIO INPUT.
INTERNAL PC*1
The function is available for a slot 2 type PC.
OFF WARNING
(Not adjustable)
AUTO OFF Monitor power is automatically OFF when the internal PC is OFF or the monitor is in power save mode.
NOTE: If you select OFF, the monitor power is not automatically ON when the internal PC is ON.
START UP PC When ON is selected, the internal PC will start.
FORCE QUIT When ON is selected, a forced shutdown of the internal PC will be carried out.
Please use this function only when the operating system cannot be shut down manually.
SLOT2 CH SETTING Selects signal type according to the slot 2 type option specifications.
AUTO Sets the signal type automatically.
1CH Fills the screen entirely with the signal which is selected in SLOT2 CH SELECT.
2CH The DisplayPort signal is displayed on the left half of the screen, the TMDS signal is displayed on the right
half. If the internal PC does not support either one of the signal types, the existing signal will automatically be
displayed on the full screen.
SLOT2 CH SELECT This function is available only when SLOT2 CH SETTING is 1CH.
DisplayPort Shows the DisplayPort signal from a slot 2 type PC option on the full screen.
TMDS Shows the TMDS signal from a slot 2 type PC option on the full screen.
RESET Resets the AUDIO setting back to the factory setting within the OPTION menu.
*1: This function depends on which option board you are using. When changing the setting, turn the monitor’s main power switch off and on again.
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SYSTEM
MONITOR INFORMATION Shows the model name, serial number and firmware version of your monitor.
CARBON SAVINGS: Display the estimated carbon saving information in kg-CO2. The carbon footprint factor in
the carbon saving calculation is based on the OECD (2008 Edition).
CARBON USAGE: Display the estimated carbon usage information in kg-CO2. This is the arithmetic estimation,
not actual measurement value. This estimation is based without any options.
FIRMWARE Displays firmware version that is installed to the monitor.
MAC ADDRESS Displays the MAC ADDRESS.
FACTORY RESET All items are returned to factory shipment state.
NOTE: You can reset all items in all daisy chained monitors. Please be careful to avoid resetting all items
inadvertently.
Default values can be provided on request.
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NOTE 1: CREATING A SCHEDULE
The schedule function allows the monitor to be set to power on or set it to be on standby at different times. Up to seven different schedules
can be programmed.
To program the schedule:
1. Enter the SCHEDULE menu. Highlight SCHEDULE SETTINGS using the up and down buttons. Press the SET/POINT ZOOM or the + button
to enter the Settings menu. Highlight the desired schedule number and press SET/POINT ZOOM. The box next to the number will turn yellow.
The schedule can now be programmed.
2. Use the down button to highlight the POWER. Use the + and - buttons to set ON. To set power off schedule, set OFF.
3. Use the down button to highlight the TIME. Use the + and - buttons to set the time.
4. Use the up and down arrows to highlight INPUT. Use the + and - buttons to choose the input source. Use the up and down arrows to highlight
PIC. MODE. Use the + and - buttons to choose the picture mode.
5. Use the down button to select DATE, EVERY DAY, EVERY WEEK, WEEKDAY,
WEEKEND or HOLIDAY. Push the SET/POINT ZOOM button on a menu which is
suitable for the schedule. If the schedule is to be run a specific day, choose DATE and
press the SET/POINT ZOOM button. If the schedule is to be ran every day, choose
EVERY DAY and press the SET/POINT ZOOM button. The circle next to EVERY DAY
will turn yellow. If a weekly schedule is desired, choose the days of the week using the up
and down buttons and pressing SET/POINT ZOOM to select. Then highlight the EVERY
WEEK option and press SET/POINT ZOOM. Please set WEEKDAY, WEEKEND, or
HOLIDAY in the same manner.
For the WEEKDAY, WEEKEND, and HOLIDAY settings are available under the
SCHEDULE setting (See page 35).
6. After a schedule is programmed, the remaining schedules can then be set. Press MENU
to leave the OSD or press EXIT to go back to the previous menu.
NOTE: If schedules are overlapping then the schedule with the highest number will have
priority over the schedule with the lowest number. For example, schedule #7 will have
priority over schedule #1.
If a selected input or picture mode is not available now, the disabled input or picture mode is shown in red.
NOTE 2: IMAGE PERSISTENCE
Please be aware that LCD Technology may experience a phenomenon known as Image Persistence. Image Persistence occurs when a
residual or “ghost” image of a previous image remains visible on the screen. Unlike CRT monitors, LCD monitors’ image persistence is not
permanent, but constant images being displayed for a long period of time should be avoided.
To alleviate image persistence, turn off the monitor’s main power or set it to standby for as long as the previous image was displayed. For
example, if an image was on the monitor for one hour and a residual image remains, the monitor’s main power should be turned off or set it to
standby for one hour to erase the image.
As with all personal display devices, NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS recommends displaying moving images and using a moving screen saver at
regular intervals whenever the screen is idle or turning off the monitor’s main power or set it to standby when not in use.
Please set “SCREEN SAVER”, “DATE &TIME” and “SCHEDULE SETTINGS” functions to further reduce the risk of Image persistence.
For long life use as a Public Display
Image Sticking of LCD Panel
When an LCD panel is operated continuously for long hours, a trace of electric charge remains near the electrode inside LCD, and residual or
“ghost” image of previous image may be observed. (Image Persistence)
Image Persistence is not permanent, but when fixed image is displayed for long period, ionic impurities inside LCD are accumulated along the
displayed image, and may be permanent. (Image Sticking)
Recommendations
To prevent Image Sticking, and for longer life usage of the monitor, the following is recommended.
1. Fixed image should not be reproduced for long period. Change still images after short intervals.
2. When not in use, please turn off the monitor via remote control, or use the Power Management function of the PC, or use the built-in Schedule
Functions.
3. Lower environmental temperatures prolong the lifespan of the monitor.
When a protective surface (glass, acrylic) is installed over the monitor’s screen surface, the monitor’s screen surface is located in an
enclosure, or the monitors are stacked, utilize the temperature sensors inside the monitor.
To reduce the internal temperature, use the Cooling Fans, Screen Saver, the Power Management function of the PC and Low Brightness.
4. Please use “Screen Saver Mode” of monitor.
SCHEDULE:
POWER: ON
TIME: 04 : 03
DVI
INPUT:
PIC. MODE: STANDARD
DVI1
(MON) OCT.26.2015 12:37
SETTINGS:
SCHEDULE SETTINGS
SCHEDULE LIST
HOLIDAY SETTINGS
WEEKEND SETTINGS
DATE & TIME
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
OFF TIMER
RESET
MONTH:
DAY:
1
Choose Mark Return Close
DATE
YEAR:
JAN
01
2016
MON TUE WED THU
SAT SUN
FRI
EVERY DAY
EVERY WEEK
HOLIDAY
WEEKDAY
WEEKEND
MULTI-INPUT OPTION
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REMOTE CONTROL ID FUNCTION
REMOTE CONTROL ID
The remote control can be used to control up to 100 individual MultiSync monitors using
what is called the REMOTE CONTROL ID mode. The REMOTE CONTROL ID mode
works in conjunction with the Monitor ID, allowing control of up to 100 individual MultiSync
monitors. For example: if there are many monitors being used in the same area, a remote
control in normal mode would send signals to every monitor at the same time (see
Figure 1). Using the remote in REMOTE CONTROL ID mode will only operate one specific
monitor within the group (see Figure 2).
TO SET REMOTE CONTROL ID
While holding down the REMOTE ID SET button on the remote control, use the KEYPAD to
input the Monitor ID (1-100) of the monitor to be controlled via remote. The remote can then
be used to operate the monitor having that specific Monitor ID number.
When 0 is selected or when the remote control is in normal mode, all monitors will be
operated.
TO SET/RESET REMOTE CONTROL MODE
ID Mode - To enter ID Mode press the REMOTE ID SET button and hold down for
2 seconds.
Normal Mode - To return to Normal Mode press the REMOTE ID CLEAR button and hold
down for 2 seconds.
In order for this feature to work properly, the monitor must be assigned a Monitor ID
number. The Monitor ID number can be assigned under the MULTI DISPLAY menu in the
OSD (See page 39).
Point the remote control towards the remote sensor of the desired monitor and press the
REMOTE ID SET button. The MONITOR ID number is shown on the screen when your
remote control is in ID mode.
Use the remote control to operate a monitor that has a specific MONITOR ID number assigned to it.
1. Set the MONITOR ID number for the monitor (See page 39). The MONITOR ID number can range from 1-100.
This MONITOR ID number allows the remote control to operate this specific monitor without affecting other monitors.
2. On the remote control, press and hold down the REMOTE ID SET button while using the keypad to input the REMOTE CONTROL ID number
(1-100). The REMOTE ID NUMBER should match the MONITOR ID number of the monitor to be controlled. Choose “0” to simultaneously
control all monitors in range.
3. Point the remote control towards the remote sensor of the desired monitor and press the REMOTE ID SET button.
The MONITOR ID number is shown in red on the monitor.
If the REMOTE CONTROLID is “0”, then all monitors in range will show their respective MONITOR ID number in red.
If the MONITOR ID number is shown in white on the monitor, the MONITOR ID number and the REMOTE CONTROL ID are not the same.
NOTE: The GROUP ID cannot be specified via the remote control.
Remote Control Functions
Monitor ID:1 Monitor ID:2 Monitor ID:3
Monitor ID:1 Monitor ID:2 Monitor ID:3
Remote does
not work
Remote does
not work
Remote works
Remote works Remote works Remote works
Figure 1
Remote in
Normal mode or
the REMOTE ID
is set to 0
Figure 2
Remote set up
to use REMOTE
ID:3

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