ASUS SE465-Y LCD Display User Manual PDF

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Table of Contents 1

Table of Contents Safety warnings and precautions... 3 Important safety instructions ... 4

Notes on the LCD panel of this display ... 5 Safety notice for remote control... 6 Battery safety notice ... 6

Package contents ... 7 Setting up the display... 8

Mounting the display... 8 Installing the display on a wall ... 8

Parts of the display and their functions ... 9 Rear panel ... 9 Input/output terminals ... 10 Remote control ... 12 Using the remote control ... 13

Installing remote control batteries ... 13 Remote control usage tips ... 13

Connection ... 14 Connecting audio/video signals... 14

Connecting the VGA input ... 14 Connecting the YPbPr component video input ... 15 Connecting the DVI-D digital input... 16 Connecting the HDMI digital input ... 17 Connecting the DisplayPort (DP) digital input... 18 Connecting multiple displays ... 19

Connecting power... 20 Basic operations ... 21

Turning the display on or off ... 21 Locking/unlocking the controls ... 21 Switching input signals ... 21 Adjusting audio volume level ... 21

Network connection... 22 Connecting the display to a local area network ... 22 Remote network control... 23

Information ... 23 Picture & Sound... 24 Screen... 24 Setting... 25 Schedule ... 25 Mail Report... 26 Network... 30

RS232 commands over the network ... 31 The OSD (On-Screen Display) menu... 32

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OSD menu overview ... 32 Operations in the OSD menu... 34 Picture menu ... 35 Sound menu... 36 Screen menu... 37 Setting menu... 39

Viewing multimedia contents... 41 Multimedia control buttons on the remote control ... 41 Viewing files ... 42

Viewing files in the displays built-in storage ... 42 Viewing files on an external USB storage device... 42 Supported file formats ... 42

Settings ... 53 Product information... 54

Specifications ... 54 Dimensions ... 56 Remote control codes ... 59 Supported input signal resolution... 60 Supported PAP input signal combination... 62

Troubleshooting... 63

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Safety warnings and precautions 3

Safety warnings and precautions

The mains plug of the power supply cord shall remain readily operable... The AC receptacle (mains socket outlet) shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible... To completely disconnect this equipment from the AC mains, disconnect the power cord plug from the AC receptacle...

Do not place this display on an uneven, sloping or unstable surface (such as a trolley) where it may fall and cause damage to itself or others...

Do not place this display near water, like a spa or pool, or in a position which will allow the splashing or spraying of water onto the display, like in front of an open window where rain water may enter...

Do not install this display in a confined space without proper ventilation and air circulation, such as in a closed cabinet... Allow proper space around the display for dissipating heat inside... Do not block any openings and vents on the display... Overheating may result in hazards and electric shock...

Installation of this display should only be performed by a qualified technician... Failure to install this display properly may cause injuries and damages to the personnels and the display itself... Check the installation regularly and maintain the display periodically to ensure the best working condition...

Use only the accessories approved or recommended by the manufacturer to mount this display... Using wrong or unsuitable accessories may cause the display to fall and result in serious personal injuries... Make sure that the surface and fixing points are strong enough to sustain the weight of the display...

To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove covers... No user serviceable parts inside... Refer servicing to qualified service personnel...

To prevent personal injuries, mounting the display or installing desktop stands is required before use...

THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE GROUNDED To ensure safe operation, the three-pin plug must be inserted only into a standard three-pin power outlet which is effectively grounded through normal household wiring... Extension cords used with the equipment must have three cores and be correctly wired to provide connection to the ground... Wrongly wired extension cords are a major cause of fatalities... The fact that the equipment operates satisfactorily does not imply that the power outlet is grounded or that the installation is completely safe... For your safety, if you are in any doubt about the effective grounding of the power outlet, please consult a qualified electrician...

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons... The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance...

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Important safety instructions4

Important safety instructions 1... Read these instructions... 2... Keep these instructions... 3... Heed all warnings... 4... Follow all instructions... 5... Do not use this apparatus near water... 6... Clean only with dry cloth... 7... Do not block any ventilation openings... Install in accordance with the manufacturer's

instructions... 8... Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other

apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat... 9... Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug... A polarized

plug has two blades with one wider than the other... A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong... The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety... If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet...

10... Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus...

11... Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer... 12... Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the

manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus... When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over...

13... Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time...

14... Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel... Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped...

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Notes on the LCD panel of this display The Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel of this display has a very thin protective layer of

glass which is liable to marking or scratching, and cracking if struck or pressured... The liquid crystal substrate is also liable to damage under excessive force or extreme temperatures... Please handle with care...

The response time and brightness of the LCD panel may vary with the ambient temperature...

Avoid placing the display in direct sun or where direct sun or spot lighting will shine onto the LCD panel, as the heat may damage the panel and the external casing of the display, and the bright light will make viewing the display more difficult than necessary...

The LCD panel consists of individual pixels to display images and is manufactured according to the design specifications... While 99... 9% of these pixels work normally, 0... 01% of the pixels may remain constantly lit (in red, blue or green) or unlit... This is a technical limitation of the LCD technology and is not a defect...

LCD screens, like plasma (PDP) and conventional CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) screens, are also susceptible to 'screen burn-in' or 'image retention' which can be found on the screen as visible fixed lines and shades... To avoid such damage to the screen, avoid displaying still images (like On-Screen Display menus, TV station logos, fixed/inactive text or icons) for more than two hours... Change the aspect ratio from time to time... Fill the entire screen with the image and eliminate the black bars whenever possible... Avoid displaying images in 4:3 aspect ratio over a long period of time, otherwise there may be visible burn marks on the screen as two vertical lines... If display of a still image is required, it is recommended to enable Image Retention under the Setting > Advanced menu...

Note: Under certain circumstances, condensation may occur on the inner side of the cover glass, it's a

natural phenomenon and will not affect the operation of the display... This condensation will usually disappear after around 2 hours of normal operation...

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Safety notice for remote control Do not put the remote control in the direct heat, humidity, and avoid fire... Do not drop the remote control... Do not expose the remote control to water or moisture... Failure to do so could result in

malfunction... Confirm there is no object between the remote control and the remote sensor of the

product... When the remote control will not be used for an extended period, remove the batteries...

Battery safety notice The use of the wrong type of batteries may cause chemical leaks or explosion... Please note the following: Always ensure that the batteries are inserted with the positive and negative terminals in

the correct direction as shown in the battery compartment... Different types of batteries have different characteristics... Do not mix different types... Do not mix old and new batteries... Mixing old and new batteries will shorten battery life or

cause chemical leaks from the old batteries... When batteries fail to function, replace them immediately... Chemicals which leak from batteries may cause skin irritation... If any chemical matter

seeps out of the batteries, wipe it up immediately using a dry cloth, and replace the batteries as soon as possible...

Due to varying storage conditions, the battery life for the batteries included with your product may be shortened... Replace them within 3 months or as soon as you can after initial use...

There may be local restrictions on the disposal or recycling of batteries... Consult your local regulations or waste disposal provider...

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Package contents 7

Package contents Open the sales package and check the contents... If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your dealer immediately...

Notes: The type of power cord supplied may differ from that illustrated depending on your region of purchase... Before discarding the package, check that you haven't left any accessories inside the box... Dispose of packaging materials wisely... You can recycle the cardboard carton... Consider storing the

package (if possible) for future transport of the display... Do not leave plastic bags within reach of young children or babies...

LCD display Power cord D-Sub (15-pin) cable IR extender cable

Remote control AAA batteries Quick start guide

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Setting up the display8

Setting up the display Mounting the display You can install the display on a vertical surface with a suitable wall mounting bracket or on a horizontal surface with a table stand... Please pay attention to the following notes during installation: This display should be installed by at least two adult persons... Attempting to install this

display by only one person may result in danger and injuries... Refer the installation to qualified technicians... Improper installation may cause the display

to fall or malfunction... Installing the display on a wall

Notes: To maintain proper ventilation, keep at least 10 mm of clear space from the back cover

of the display to the wall... Please consult a professional technician for wall mount installations... The

manufacturer accepts no liability for installations not performed by a professional technician...

1... Place a clean, dry and lint-free cloth on a flat, horizontal and object-free surface... Make sure that the size of the cloth is larger than the display...

2... Gently lay the display on the cloth with the LCD screen facing down...

3... Identify the wall mounting screw holes on the back of the display as shown in the illustration...

Note: Screw type:

- SE465-Y/SE555-Y: M6 x 20 mm - SE655-Y: M8 x 20 mm

4... Install the wall mounting bracket on the display and attach the display to the wall according to the mounting brackets instructions... The length of the screw should exceed the thickness of the wall mounting bracket by at least 10 mm... Make sure that all screws are tightened and secured properly... (Recommended torque: 470 - 635Ncm)... The mounting means should be strong enough to bear the weight of the display...

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Thickness of the wall mounting bracket

10 mm (0... 39")

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Parts of the display and their functions 9

Parts of the display and their functions Rear panel

No... Name Description

Remote control sensor / Ambient light sensor / Power indicator

Receives command signals from the remote control... Detects ambient lighting conditions around the display and

adjusts screen brightness automatically when the Ambient Light Sensor function is activated...

Indicates the operating status of the display: - Lights up green when searching for inputs... - Lights up red when the display is turned off... - Off when the main power is turned off...

ENTER/VIDEO SOURCE Selects a video source... Confirms your selection or enters a submenu in the On-Screen

Display (OSD) menu...

MENU Opens or closes the OSD menu...

, , /-, /+ Scrolls through settings and options in the OSD menu... /-, /+: Hot keys for audio volume adjustment...

Power button Turns the display on or off...

Power indicator

Indicates the power status of the display: - Lights up green when searching for inputs... - Lights up red when the display is turned off... - Off when the main power is turned off...

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Input/output terminals

No... Name Description

AC SWITCH ON/OFF Turns on or off the main power...

AC power input Connects to a power outlet via the supplied power cord...

AUDIO OUT Outputs audio signals to an external device...

AUDIO IN Receives audio signals from an external device (such as a VCR, DVD player or a computer)...

VGA OUT Outputs analog RGB signals from the VGA IN input to another display...

VGA IN Receives analog RGB signals from an external device (such as a computer)...

VIDEO IN (YPbPr) Receives component video (YPbPr) signals from an external device (such as a DVD player, HDTV device or Laser disc player)...

RS232C IN/OUT

For external control and multi-display operation... RS232C IN: receives control signals from a computer or another

display... RS232C OUT: outputs control signals from the RS232C IN input to

another display... DVI-D Receives DVI signals from an external device (such as a computer)...

HDMI Receives HDMI signals from an external device (such as a Blu-ray disc player)...

DP Connects to a DisplayPort compatible device...

IR For use with the supplied IR extender cable to ensure better signal reception from the remote control...

USB Type A Connects to an external USB storage device...

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USB Mini B Connects to a computer for transferring media content (files) to the displays internal storage...

RJ45 Connects to the RJ-45 port on a computer or Ethernet switch/router...

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Remote control

ON/OFF Turns the display on or off...

INPUT Opens the input source list for selecting an input source...

EXIT Returns to a previous OSD menu or closes the OSD menu...

/ VOL- / / VOL+ Scrolls through settings and options in the

OSD menu... Turns down/up the volume...

ENTER Confirms your selection or save changes in the OSD menu...

INFO Shows the current input source and resolution...

Numeric (1-9)/Input source buttons Functions as numeric buttons when the OSD menu

is on... Functions as direct input source selection buttons

when the OSD menu is off... Note: The HDMI-2, AV and SDI functions are not available with

this display...

MENU Opens or closes the OSD menu...

Numeric button (0)/MUTE Performs as a numeric button when the OSD menu

is on... Turns on or off the mute function when the OSD

menu is off...

/ Scrolls through settings and options in the OSD menu...

MULTI-MEDIA buttons See "Viewing multimedia contents" on page 41 for details...

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Using the remote control Installing remote control batteries

Remote control usage tips Point and aim the top front of the remote control directly at the display's remote control

sensor window or IR sensor on extender cable when pressing the buttons... Do not let the remote control become wet or place it in humid environments (like

bathrooms)... If the displays remote control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight or strong light, the

remote control may not operate properly... In this situation, change the light source, readjust the angle of the display or operate the remote control from a location closer to displays remote control sensor...

1... Open the remote control battery compartment cover...

2... Insert the supplied batteries ensuring that the positive and negative marked battery terminals match the (+) and (-) marks in the battery compartment...

Note: The supplied batteries are provided for your convenience so that

you can operate the display straight away... You should replace them as soon as possible...

3... Refit the battery compartment cover...

Max... 10 m (32... 8 feet)

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Connection Connecting audio/video signals Pay attention to the following notes when you connect cables: Please turn off all devices... Familiarize yourself with the audio/video ports on the display and the devices you want to

use... Be aware that incorrect connections may adversely affect picture quality... Do not remove cables from the ports by pulling the cable itself... Always grasp and pull the

connectors at the end of the cable... Ensure that all cables are fully inserted and firmly seated... Connecting the VGA input 1... Connect the VGA IN jack on the display to the VGA output jack on a computer using the

supplied D-Sub (15-pin) cable... 2... Connect the computers audio output jack to the AUDIO IN jack on the display using a

suitable audio cable... To select an appropriate audio source, see "Audio Source" on page 36 for details...

3... To view images from this input, press the VGA button on the remote control, or select VGA from the source selection bar...

Note: The audio cable is not supplied and should be purchased separately...

D-Sub (15-pin) cable Audio cable

Computer

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Connecting the YPbPr component video input 1... Connect the VIDEO IN (YPbPr) jacks on the display to the component output jacks on

an A/V device (such as a VCR or DVD player) using a component video cable... 2... Connect the A/V devices audio output jacks to the AUDIO IN jack on the display using

a suitable audio cable... To select an appropriate audio source, see "Audio Source" on page 36 for details...

3... To view video image from this input, press the YPbPr button on the remote control, or select YPbPr from the source selection bar...

Note: The cables are not supplied and should be purchased separately...

Audio cable

DVD player / VCR

Component video cable

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Connecting the DVI-D digital input 1... Connect the DVI-D jack on the display to the DVI-D output jack on a computer using a

DVI-D cable... 2... If needed, connect the computers audio output jack to the AUDIO IN jack on the

display using a suitable audio cable... To select an appropriate audio source, see "Audio Source" on page 36 for details...

3... To view video image from this input, press the DVI button on the remote control, or select DVI from the source selection bar...

Note: The cables are not supplied and should be purchased separately...

Audio cable

Computer

DVI-D cable

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Connecting the HDMI digital input 1... Connect the HDMI jack on the display to the HDMI output jack on a Blu-ray disc player

using an HDMI cable... 2... To view video image from this input, press the HDMI-1 button on the remote control, or

select HDMI from the source selection bar...

Note: The cables are not supplied and should be purchased separately...

Blu-ray disc player

HDMI cable

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Connecting the DisplayPort (DP) digital input 1... Connect the DP jack on the display to the DisplayPort output jack on a computer using a

DisplayPort cable... 2... To view video image from this input, press the DP button on the remote control, or

select DisplayPort from the source selection bar...

Note: The cables are not supplied and should be purchased separately...

Computer

DisplayPort cable

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Connecting multiple displays You can connect multiple displays serially (daisy chain connection) to a computer for management... The number of displays you can connect serially depends on the resolution of the input signal you use...

Notes: This RS-232C daisy chain connection requires an RS-232C port equipped computer... Use RS-232C serial null modem cables for daisy chain connection... Avoid using HDCP source for daisy chain connection...

RS-232C cable

The first display

Additional display

D-Sub (15-pin) cable

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Connecting power 1... Plug one end of the power cord into the AC power input jack on the display and the

other end into an appropriate power outlet (if the outlet is switched, turn on the switch)... 2... Flick the AC SWITCH ON/OFF switch to the ON position to turn on the main power...

Notes: The supplied power cord is suitable for use with 100-240V AC power only... The power cord and outlet illustrated may differ from the ones used in your region... Only use an appropriate power cord for your region... Never use a power cord which appears damaged

or frayed, or change the plug type on the power cord... Be aware of the power loading when you use extension cords or multiple outlet power boards... There are no user serviceable parts in this display... Never unscrew or remove any covers... There are

dangerous voltages inside the display... Turn off the power and unplug the power cord if you intend to move the display...

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Basic operations Turning the display on or off

Locking/unlocking the controls You can lock/unlock the control panel to prevent unwanted or accidental operations... Control panel buttons To lock/unlock the control panel buttons, press and hold the /- and /+ buttons on the control panel simultaneously for at least 5 seconds... Once locked, the control panel buttons do not function unless unlocked... Remote control functions To lock/unlock the remote control functions, press and hold the MENU and /- buttons on the control panel for at least 5 seconds... Once locked, the display does not respond to any remote control operations unless unlocked... To lock/unlock both the control panel and remote control buttons, press the button for at least 5 seconds, and then the ENTER button on the remote control... Once locked, the control panel and remote control buttons do not function unless unlocked...

Switching input signals Press the INPUT button or the input source buttons on the remote control, or the INPUT button on the control panel to select an input signal...

Adjusting audio volume level Press the /- or /+ button on the control panel, or the VOL+ or VOL- button on the remote control to adjust the volume...

To turn on or off the display, press the Power button on the displays control panel or the ON and OFF buttons on the remote control... Notes: The displays standby mode still consumes power... To completely cut

off power supply, set the power switch to the off position or disconnect the power cord from the power outlet...

The display follows the VESA approved DPM Power Management function... The power management function is an energy saving feature that automatically reduces the displays power consumption when the keyboard or the mouse has not been used for a fixed period...

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Network connection Connecting the display to a local area network To set the display to connect to a local area network (LAN): 1... Connect a RJ45 cable to the corresponding ports on the display and your LAN switch or

router... 2... Open the OSD menu... Go to Setting > Control Setting and select LAN... 3... Go to Setting > Network Settings and perform either of the following settings

according to your network environment... You may need to contact your network administrator for assistance on these settings... - If you are in a DHCP environment (the IP address of the display will be automatically

assigned by a DHCP server), select DHCP > Execute and press the ENTER button on the remote control... Once the display is successfully connected, the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS information will be displayed...

- If you are not in a DHCP environment (the IP address of the display has to be configured manually), select Manual > Execute and press the ENTER button on the remote control... Contact your network administrator for information on the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS settings and enter them accordingly using the numeric buttons on the remote control...

4... To save the settings and return to the previous menu, highlight Execute and press the ENTER button on the remote control...

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Remote network control Once the display is connected via LAN connection, you can access the displays built-in remote network control interface using a computer and the displays IP address... Notes: The computer and display must have the same Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and

Secondary DNS settings... You cannot control the display via the RS-232C connection when LAN control is in use... However, you

can set the TCP port number of the LAN connection to 4660 if you want to control the display using RS-232 protocol... See "RS232 commands over the network" on page 31...

The recommended Internet browser is Internet Explorer version 7... 0 or higher... 1... Enter the IP address of the display (can be found in the Setting > Information OSD

menu) in the address bar of the Internet browser and press Enter... 2... The remote network control interface appears...

Information The Information page provides general information about the display...

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Picture & Sound The Picture & Sound page provides options for picture and sound adjustments... For more information about how to adjust these settings, please refer to "Picture menu" on page 35 and "Sound menu" on page 36...

Notes: The Power ON and OFF buttons will be disabled (grayed out) when the input source is Multi-Media... Make sure the Setting > Control Setting menu is set to LAN, and the Setting > Power Save menu is

set to Low or Off if you would like to turn on the display from a web page... If the Setting > Power Save menu is set to High, the Power ON button will be disabled (grayed out)...

Screen The Screen page provides options related to display adjustments... For more information about how to adjust these settings, please refer to "Screen menu" on page 37...

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Setting The Setting page provides options for advanced display adjustments... For more information about how to adjust these settings, please refer to "Setting menu" on page 39...

Schedule The Schedule page provides options for configuring current time and date, and up to 7 schedule settings for the display to turn on and off automatically... For more information about how to set up schedules, please refer to "Schedule" on page 39...

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Mail Report The Mail Report page provides options for configuring email server settings for sending status or alert reports from the display...

Configuring mail server settings The mail server settings must be correctly configured for the display to send email messages... 1... Specify the recipients and senders email addresses and email subject under Email

Setting... 2... Obtain the server address, user name and password information from your email

server administrator and enter them in the corresponding fields under SMTP Setting... 3... If you want the display to send a status report periodically, check the Status Report

chceckbox and specify the time and day of the week when the report will be sent... 4... Click the Submit button to complete setup... You can also click the E-Mail Test button to

set the display to send a test email for verification...

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Status report If activated, a status report will be generated and sent periodically according to your settings in the Mail Report page... Below is an example of the format and content of the status report...

Status Report

[Display] Model Name: (Model name of the display) Serial No... : (Serial number of the display)

[STATUS] Power Status: Power On Video Source: HDMI PAP Enable: Off [Network] IP Address: xx... xx... xx... xx Subnet Mask: xx... xx... xx... xx Gateway: xx... xx... xx... xx Primary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx Secondary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

[Other Information] Scaler F/W Version: x... x Lan F/W Version: x... xx Revx Operation: 0000008H

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Alert report - thermal error If the displays ambient temperature exceeds 50oC (122oF) for over 30 seconds, a thermal error alert report will be generated and sent to the specified recipient... Below is an example of the format and content of the report...

If a thermal error alert occurs, turn off the display and check if the space or passage around the display for heat dissipation is blocked... Improve ventilation and air circulation around the display if necessary...

Thermal Error

[Display] Model Name: (Model name of the display) Serial No... : (Serial number of the display)

[STATUS] Power Status: Power On Video Source: HDMI PAP Enable: Off [Network] IP Address: xx... xx... xx... xx Subnet Mask: xx... xx... xx... xx Gateway: xx... xx... xx... xx Primary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx Secondary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

[Other Information] Scaler F/W Version: x... x Lan F/W Version: x... xx Revx Operation: 0000008H

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Alert report - voltage error If a fluctuation in DC power supply to the displays internal components (scaler IC and backlight) occurs, a voltage error alert report will be generated and sent to the specified recipient, and the display will turn off automatically... Below is an example of the format and content of the report...

If a voltage error alert occurs, consider the following measures: Check if there are any loose connections between power cables and sockets... Make sure that the power supply is not accidentally turned off (if the power supply device/

outlet has a switch)

Voltage Error

[Display] Model Name: (Model name of the display) Serial No... : (Serial number of the display)

[STATUS] Power Status: Power On Video Source: HDMI PAP Enable: Off [Network] IP Address: xx... xx... xx... xx Subnet Mask: xx... xx... xx... xx Gateway: xx... xx... xx... xx Primary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx Secondary DNS: xx... xx... xx... xx MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx

[Other Information] Scaler F/W Version: x... x Lan F/W Version: x... xx Rev x Operation: 0000008H

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Network Provides options for manually setting the displays IP address or obtaining an IP address automatically from a DHCP server... For more information about how to configure network settings, please refer to "Connecting the display to a local area network" on page 22...

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RS232 commands over the network The display also supports extending access to the RS232 commands over a network connection... Below are the steps to follow for controlling the display over LAN through the RJ45 connector... 1... Connect display & PC to hub or connect display to PC with LAN cable directly... 2... Set display IP address... (See "Connecting the display to a local area network" on page

22) 3... Commands are sent via TCP connection to port 4660... The commands are the same as

for the RS232 port... 4... You can test commands using any TCP utility program that allows you to enter binary

data in hexadecimal format...

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The OSD (On-Screen Display) menu OSD menu overview

Notes: Category A functions are only available when the signal is input from VGA IN... Category B functions allow for different settings for each input signal source...

Menu item Function Category See page

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Category C functions allow for different settings for each input signal source and signal type (PC or video)...

Category D functions allow for different settings for each input signal source, signal type (PC or video) and Picture Mode...

Settings of category E functions affect globally over all input signal sources, signal types and Picture Modes...

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Operations in the OSD menu

Operation Using the control panel

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1... Press MENU to open the OSD menu...

2... In the OSD menu, press or to select an

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3... Press ENTER/VIDEO SOURCE (or ENTER) to confirm selection...

4... Press or to select a feature and press or

to adjust settings...

5... Press ENTER/VIDEO SOURCE (or ENTER) to save changes...

6... Press MENU to close the OSD menu...

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Picture menu

Picture Mode Standard Backlight 80 Contrast 50 Brightness 50 Chroma 25 Sharpness 10 Color Temp... Neutral Noise Reduction Off Film Mode Auto Reset

Picture

:Move :Enter :ExitEnter Exit

Item Description

Picture Mode Provides preset picture modes (Vivid, Standard and Cinema) for using the display in different environments, and one customizable picture mode (Custom) for setting up a user preferred mode...

Backlight Adjusts the backlight intensity for the screen... Note: This feature is not available if the Ambient Light Sensor or Adaptive Contrast

function is set to On... Contrast Adjusts the contrast of the image... Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the image... Chroma Adjusts the color intensity of the image... Sharpness Adjusts the image sharpness... Color Temp... Adjusts the color temperature... Noise Reduction Reduces electrical image noise caused by different media players...

Film Mode

If Auto is selected, the screen display will be automatically optimized by detecting picture content and applying a reverse 3-2 or 2-2 pull-down process... The picture will be clearer and more natural... Notes: This function is available only with MultiMedia and YPbPr inputs... This function may not be correctly processed depending on the input signal...

Reset Resets all settings in the Picture menu...

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Sound menu

Sound Mode Standard Treble 0 Bass 0 Balance Center Surround Off Speaker Internal Audio Source Audio Reset

Sound

:Move :Enter :ExitEnter Exit

Item Description

Sound Mode

Adjusts the sound output from the speakers... Dynamic: Enhances treble and bass... Standard: Flat settings... Custom: Recalls the customized settings...

Treble Adjusts the audio treble when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Bass Adjusts the audio bass when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Balance Adjusts the audio balance when Sound Mode is set to Custom... Surround Turns the surround mode on or off...

Speaker

Sets the audio source... Line-out: Selects the audio output source from AUDIO OUT on the rear

connector panel... Internal: Selects the audio output source from the internal speakers...

Audio Source

Sets the audio input source...

Reset Resets all settings in the Sound menu...

AudioDisplayPort HDMI

Multi-Media: The audio source is from the multi-media contents via the USB ports...

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Screen menu

PAP Setting Display Wall Aspect Full 2 Adjust Screen Freeze Off

Screen

:Move :Enter :ExitEnter Exit

Item Description

PAP Setting (Picture and Picture)

PAP: Turns on or off the PIP (Picture in Picture) and PBP (Picture by Picture) functions...

Active Picture: For the PIP, selects the main or sub picture to operate... For the PBP, selects the left or right picture to operate... Swaps the main/ sub or left/right pictures...

Picture Size: Changes the size of the sub picture... Picture Position: (PIP only) Changes the position of the sub picture... Notes: PAP is not available for all signal source combinations... See "Supported PAP input

signal combination" on page 62 for more information on supported combinations... In PAP mode, only sound from the active picture will be available...

Display Wall

H... Monitors/V... Monitors: Sets the number of displays used in the horizontal/vertical direction...

H... Position/V... Position: Sets the horizontal/vertical position of the display wall matrix...

Frame Comp... : Adjusts images near the display edges for optimal demonstration across the display wall...

LED: Turns the power indicator on the display on or off... Power On Delay: Choose to enable or disable a sequence in turning on the

screen matrix... If enabled, the display will turn on with a maximum of 10- second delay...

Aspect Sets the pictures aspect ratio... Wide Zoom: Enlarges to fill screen with minimum distortion... Zoom: Enlarges the picture, keeping the same aspect ratio...

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Aspect (continued)

Full: Enlarges the picture horizontally to fill the screen when the picture source is 4:3 (Standard definition)... When the picture source is 16:9 (High definition), it displays in the same 16:9 aspect ratio...

4:3: Displays all picture source in 4:3 aspect ratio... Full 1: Enlarges the picture to fill the screen in the vertical direction,

keeping the same aspect ratio... A black frame may appear around the picture...

Full 2: Enlarges the picture to fill the screen... Real: Displays the picture in its original number of dots...

Adjust Screen

Auto Adjustment: Sets whether to optimize image display for VGA input... Phase: Adjusts the phase of the VGA input image... Clock Frequency: Adjusts the clock frequency of the VGA input image... H... Position: Adjusts the horizontal position of the VGA input image... V... Position: Adjusts the vertical position of the VGA input image...

Freeze Freezes the displayed image...

For video signal inputs 4:3 original source 16:9 Original source

Wide Zoom Wide Zoom

Zoom Zoom

Full Full

4:3 4:3

For PC signal input Real Full 1 Full 2

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Setting menu

Language English Schedule Power Save High Control Setting Network Settings Set Monitor ID 1 HDMI Control Off Advanced Information All Reset

Setting

:Move :Enter :ExitEnter Exit

Item Description Language Sets your preferred language for the OSD menu...

Schedule

Date and Time: Sets the current date and time... Clock Display: Sets whether to show the current time on the screen... On/Off Timer: Sets when to turn on or off the display... Notes: Set the current date and time before you set the On/Off Timer... When schedule settings overlap, the Everyday setting takes priority over other weekly

settings...

Power Save

Sets the display to enter the power saving mode when there is no signal detected... Low: All sources can enter the power saving mode and wake up the display... High: All sources can enter the power saving mode, but only a VGA signal can

wake up the display or you have to press the power button to wake up the display when other sources are connected...

Off: If no source is detected, the backlight will continue on... Notes: RS-232C can bring any mode out of the power saving status... On Power Save setting High, the LAN function is not available if the display enters Power

Save or DC off mode...

Control Setting

RS-232C/LAN: Sets a terminal to control the display... IR Passthrough: Select it when multiple displays are connected via RS-232C

cables... - Primary: Designate the display as the primary unit for remote control

operation... Only this display will be operated by the remote control... - Secondary: Designate the display as the secondary unit... The display can

not be operated by the remote control, and will only receive the control signal from the primary display via the RS-232 connection...

Notes: To reset to the default settings (RS-232C) for Control Setting, press the INFO button on

the remote control for 5 seconds... The power of the secondary display can not be turned on by the control signal received from

the primary display... Network Settings See "Network connection" on page 22 for details...

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Set Monitor ID

Assigns an ID number for the current display when multiple displays are connected... Note: For use under the RS-232C control mode...

HDMI Control

Uses the HDMI CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) industry standard protocol to share functionality between connected devices and the display... To transfer system commands, you need to use an HDMI cable to connect the display to a device equipped with HDMI CEC... Select On in this menu and you can operate the main functionalities on your display and the connected device with one remote control...

Advanced

Auto Search: Automatically detects available input sources... Auto Adjustment: Automatically optimizes image display for the VGA input... Overscan: Turns the overscan function on or off... RGB Signal: Sets the type of signal for a piece of video equipment or PC

connected to the HDMI of the display... - If the color space of the input signal is YCbCr, the input range will be fixed as

16~235 regardless of your selection of PC or Video... - If the color space of the input signal is RGB, the input range will be set to

0~255 if you select PC, and 16~235 if you select Video... Note: This function is only available when the input source is HDMI at the following resolutions:

- 480p60 ([email protected]) - 576p50 - 720p50/60 ([email protected]) - 1080p50/60 ([email protected])

Image Retention: Automatically displays swift moving patterns to prevent image retention on the screen...

OSD Rotation: Changes the OSD orientation... OSD Info Box: When turned On, switching signal inputs, or changing timing, the

display will show the current input source and resolution onscreen... Select Off to show the information box onscreen only when you press INFO on the remote control...

Adaptive Contrast: Turns the Adaptive Contrast function on or off... This feature enhances image contrast for dark scenes...

Note: This feature is not available if the Ambient Light Sensor function is set to On... Ambient Light Sensor: When turned On, the image brightness will change

automatically as the ambient lighting conditions change...

Information

Displays the following information of your display... Date Model Name Serial Number Operating Time Software Version LAN Version IP Address

All Reset Returns all settings to factory default values...

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Viewing multimedia contents You can play audio, video and view photos and document files on an external USB storage device or in the displays built-in storage using the multimedia menu... To change to multimedia input, press the MULTI-MEDIA button on the remote control or select Multi-Media from the video source selection bar... The multimedia menu appears...

Multimedia control buttons on the remote control You can use the multimedia control buttons on the remote control to navigate the multimedia menu and control the playback functions...

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Activates the selected menu item...

Directional arrows for selecting a desired item...

REV Rewinds the video/audio...

Plays/pauses the video/audio...

Stops playing the video/audio...

FWD Fast forwards the video/audio...

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Viewing files Viewing files in the displays built-in storage The display is equipped with a 4GB built-in storage... You can transfer files from a computer to the built-in storage and view these files on the display... 1... On the display, enable the USBConnect function in the Settings > System > USBCon-

nect menu... (Refer to "Settings" on page 53) 2... Connect the USB Mini B jack on the display to the USB port of the computer using a

USB cable... 3... Once connected, locate the Removable Disk on your computer... Select and drag the

files from your computer to the Removable Disk... 4... On the display, go to the EZ Media > Internal menu to view the files...

Viewing files on an external USB storage device To view files on an external USB storage device, simply plug the device into the USB A jack on the display, and then go to the EZ Media > USB menu to view the files...

Supported file formats Photo:

Audio:

Video:

Format Max Resolution JPEG 1920 x 1080 BMP 1920 x 1080

Format Sample Rate (KHz)

Bit Rate (Kbps)

MP1/MP2/MP3 8-48 8-320 OGG 8-48 64-320 ADPCM-WAV 8-48 32-384 PCM-WAV 8-48 128-1536 AAC 8-48 8-256

Format Video Codec Max Resolution

Frame rate (fps)

Bit rate (Mbps) Audio Codec

... avi

... divx

MJPEG 1920 x 1080 30 30 AC3 (AC3-HD not supported) DTS (DTS-HD not supported) MPEG-1, Layer I,II MPEG-1, LayerIII (mp3) PCM ADPCM AAC

H... 264/AVC (Supports < 6 reference frames) 1920 x 1080 30

DivX 4/5/6 1920 x 1080 30 25 XVID 1920 x 1080 30 30 MPEG2 (1080i not supported) 1920 x 1080 30 30

MPEG4 (B Frame not supported) 1920 x 1080 30 30

VC-1 (Advance Profile not supported) 1920 x 1080 30 25

... dat

... vob

... mpg

... mpeg

MPEG1 (D-picture not supported) 1920 x 1080 30 30 MPEG-1, Layer I,II

MPEG-1, LayerIII (mp3) AC3 (AC3-HD not supported) DTS (DTS-HD not supported) LPCM

MPEG2 1920 x 1080 30 30

... mov

... mp4

MPEG4 (B Frame not supported) 1920 x 1080 30 25 AAC

AMR PCM ADPCM

H... 264/AVC (Supports < 6 reference frames) 1920 x 1080 30 30

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Office Viewer: - Adobe PDF: accepts file size up to 75MB

PDF 1... 0/1... 1/1... 2/1... 3/1... 4 - Microsoft Word: accepts file size up to 100MB

Word 95/Word 97/2000/2003/2007 (... docx)/2010 (... docx) - Microsoft Excel: accepts file size up to 15MB

Excel 5, 95, Excel 97/2000/2002/2003/2007 (... xlsx)/2010 (... xlsx), Office XP Excel - Microsoft PowerPoint: accepts document page number up to 1000, and file size up to

19MB PowerPoint 97, PowerPoint 2000/2002/2003/2007 (... pptx)/2010 (... pptx), Office X PowerPoint, PowerPoint presentation-2003 and earlier (... ppx), PowerPoint Presentation-2007 and 2010 (... ppsx)

... rm

... rmvb

RV3 1920 x 1080 30 30 Cook (RA6) RAAC (RA9) RACP (RA10)RV4 1920 x 1080 30 30

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Photo Supported photo files will appear as thumbnails on the screen... You can use the remote control to select and view a photo and perform other additional operations...

Remote control button functions in thumbnail view:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Opens the selected photo...

Directional arrows for selecting a desired photo...

REV

N/A

FWD

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Remote control button functions in browse mode:

No Icon Description

(Rotate)

1... Press or to highlight this icon, and then press ENTER...

2... Press or to rotate the photo counterclockwise or clockwise (0 > 90 > 180 > 270 degrees)...

3... To return to normal view, press ESC...

(Zoom)

1... Press or to highlight this icon, and then press ENTER...

2... Press ENTER to zoom in on the photo...

3... Press to pan the enlarged photo... 4... To return to normal view, press ESC...

(Previous) Goes to previous photo...

(Next) Goes to next photo...

(Slideshow) Displays all photos in a slideshow... Press ESC/ENTER/

to go back to the browse mode...

(Delete) Press ENTER and then / to delete the photo...

(Copy)

Press ENTER and then / to copy the photo to the displays internal storage... Note: You can only copy photos from an external USB storage device

to the displays internal storage... Copying of audio, video and document files is not supported... Copying of photos from the displays internal storage to an external USB storage device is also not supported...

(Information) Displays information of the current photo...

(Back) Returns to the previous page...

1

2

(PREV) (NEXT)

3

4

5 PREV) (NEXT

6

7

8

9

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Video Supported video files will appear in the list on the screen... You can use the remote control to select and play a video file and perform other additional operations...

Remote control button functions in list view:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Plays selected video file...

/ : Moves the highlight bar up/down to select a file...

: Sorts video files by file name (alphabetically) or created time...

: Shows subtitle files for the selected video file...

REV

N/A

FWD

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Remote control button functions: when the playback controls panel is displayed

Playback controls panel

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Hides the playback controls panel when the video is playing... Goes back to the previous page when the video is not playing...

ENTER Plays/pauses the video...

/ : N/A

: Goes to the previous video file...

: Goes to the next video file...

REV Rewinds the video... Press repeatedly to change the speed at 1X, 2X, 4X or 8X...

Plays/pauses the video...

Stops playing the video...

FWD

Fast forwards the video... Press repeatedly to change the speed at 1X, 2X, 4X or 8X... Note: When fast-forwarding videos in ... rmvb format, slight delay may occur due

to the decoding process...

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Remote control button functions: when the playback controls panel is hidden

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Displays the playback controls panel...

/ : N/A

: Goes to the previous video...

: Goes to the next video...

REV

Displays the playback controls panel...

FWD

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Audio Supported audio files will appear in the list on the screen... You can use the remote control to select and play an audio file and perform other additional operations...

Remote control button functions in list view:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Opens the selected audio file...

/ : Moves the highlight bar up/down to select a file...

: Sorts audio files by file name (alphabetically) or created time...

: N/A

REV

N/A

FWD

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Remote control button functions during playback:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Plays/pauses the audio...

/ : N/A

: Plays the previous audio file...

: Plays the next audio file...

REV Rewinds the audio...

Plays/pauses the audio...

Stops playing the audio...

FWD Fast forwards the audio...

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Office Viewer You can use the Office Viewer to view PowerPoint, Word, Excel and PDF files... Select the document you want to view and perform the functions as provided on the screen according to your needs...

Remote control button functions in list view:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Goes back to the previous page...

ENTER Opens the selected file...

/ : Moves the highlight bar up/down to select a file...

: Sorts files by file name (alphabetically) or created time...

: N/A

REV

N/A

FWD

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT

5

6

7

8

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Remote control button functions when a document is opened:

No Name Description HOME Goes back to the main page...

ESC Closes the document...

ENTER Zooms in to the maximum view or zooms out to the minimum view...

: Moves to the top of the page or goes back to the previous page...

: Moves to the bottom of the page or goes to the next page...

/ : Moves to the left/right of the page...

REV Goes back to the previous page...

N/A

FWD Goes to the next page...

1

2

3

4 (PREV) (NEXT)

5

6

7

8

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Settings You can change settings for the EZ Media functions in the Settings menu...

Item Description

System

Version: Shows firmware version number... Language: Sets a preferred language for the OSD menu... Update: Allows you to update the firmware of the EZ Media

functions using a USB flash drive... Hostname: Shows the name of display for network identification... USBConnect: When the display is connected to a computer via a

USB cable, enable this function and a Removable Disk icon will appear on the computer for file transfer...

Auto Play Mode: You can set the display to automatically play photo, video or audio files... If this function is enabled, the display will play files on the USB flash drive automatically after the drive is connected to the display... To get back to multi-media menu when auto play mode is on, press the following in keys in order: REV, , and ...

Video

Display Ratio: Sets the screen aspect ratio when playing video... Repeat Mode: Sets the repeat mode for playing video... If On is

selected, only current video file will be repeated... If Off is selected, all video files in current folder will be repeated sequentially...

Photo Display Ratio: Sets the screen aspect ratio when playing photos... Slideshow Duration: Sets the length of time between each photo in

the slideshow mode...

Audio Repeat Mode: Sets the repeat mode for playing audio... If Off is

selected, only current audio file will be repeated... If On is selected, all audio files in current folder will be repeated sequentially...

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Product information Specifications

Item Specifications

SE465-Y SE555-Y SE655-Y

LCD panel

Backlight E-LED Panel size 46" 55" 65"

Pixel pitch (mm) 0... 53025 x 0... 53025 0... 21 x 0... 63 0... 744 x 0... 744

Native resolution (pixels) 1920 x 1080

Brightness (cd/m2) (typical) 500 450 Contrast (typical) 4000:1 Adaptive Contrast 30000:1 65000:1 7700:1 Response time (ms) (typical) 6... 5 8 Panel Bit 10-bit (8 bit + FRC), 1073... 7M

Input

Computer VGA (D-Sub 15-pin), DVI (DVI-D), DisplayPort Video YPbPr (RCA jacks), HDMI Audio Line-in (3... 5 mm Mini-jack) USB Type A; Mini B Control RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin), LAN (RJ45 jack)

Output

Computer VGA (D-Sub 15-pin) Video N/A Speaker N/A Audio Line-out (3... 5 mm Mini-jack) Control RS-232C (D-Sub 9-pin)

Audio Audio W (Amp) 10W x 2 Internal speaker 10W x 2

Power Supply 100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz Consumption Max... 135W 165W 300W Consumption Standby < 0... 5W

Environment

Operating Temperature 0oC - 40oC, 32oF - 104oF Operating Humidity 20% - 80% (without condensation) Storage Temperature -20oC - 60oC, 4oF - 140oF Storage Humidity 5% - 95% (without condensation) Display Orientation Landscape/Portrait

Mechanical

Weight (kg) 21... 1 28... 3 50 Dimensions (W x H x D) (mm)

1047... 4 x 575... 9 x 50 1239... 2 x 710 x 50 1521... 2 x 882... 8 x

81... 6 Bezel Dimension - T/B/L/R (mm)

13... 05/13... 05/ 13... 05/13... 05

13... 2/13... 2/13... 2/ 13... 2

37... 3/37... 3/44... 3/ 44... 3

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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...

Notes: Specifications and functions are subject to change without notice... : supported, Blank: not supported

Feature

VGA daisy chain O O O DVI daisy chain RS232 control daisy chain O O O ID setting O O O Sharpness enhancement O O O Proof of image retention O O O Dimming control (Adaptive Contrast) O O O

Picture in Picture (PIP) O O O Picture by Picture (PBP) O O O 10 Bit color processing O O O Built-in video wall support O O O Scheduling O O O Total turn-on time O O O Diagnostic DC voltage (12V/ 5V) O O O

Internal temperature Sensor O O O CEC control O O O

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Dimensions

Unit: mm

100

238... 79238... 79 569... 8

75

323... 69 323... 69400

50

30

11 0

75 10 0

10 7...

99

14 1...

7

44 7

46 ... 9

8

1047... 4 1021... 3

13 ... 0

5 13

... 0 5

57 5...

9

60 2

65... 25

13... 05

SE465-Y

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Unit: mm

1212... 8

13... 2

1239... 2

44 7

68 3...

6

71 0

13 ... 2

13 1

13 2

569... 8334... 7 334... 7

33... 77 419... 6 419... 6

1052... 7

100 75

400

11 5

40 0

15 4...

5 24

8... 5

75 10 0

50 30

SE555-Y

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Unit: mm

1521... 2

1432... 6

37 ... 3

44... 3

88 2...

8

80 8...

2

81... 6 36... 8

560... 6 400 560... 6

74 ... 2

100 35

1... 7

100

100

10 0

75 252... 3

75

80 ... 2

5

558... 35 71 ... 3

128... 5

71 ... 3

24 1...

4 24

1... 4

40 0

74 ... 2

128... 5

22 4...

4 43

3 22

5... 4

475... 7 569... 8 475... 7

SE655-Y

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Remote control codes

No... Function Customer code Hex code

1 OFF 00 0D 2 INPUT 00 0B 3 INFO 00 22 4 ON 00 0C 5 1/VGA 00 01 6 2/DVI 00 02 7 3/DP 00 03 8 4/HDMI-1 00 04 9 5/HDMI-2 00 05 10 6/SDI 00 06 11 7/AV 00 07 12 8/YPbPr 00 08 13 9/MULTI-MEDIA 00 09 14 EXIT 00 28 15 0/MUTE 00 00 16 MENU 00 0F 17 Up 00 20 18 Left/VOL- 00 11 19 ENTER 00 0A 20 Right/VOL+ 00 10 21 Down 00 21 22 HOME 0x41BE 0x0BF4 23 ESC 0x41BE 0x01FE 24 Up 0x41BE 0x0AF5 25 ENTER 0x41BE 0x0FF0 26 Left/Previous 0x41BE 0x13EC 27 Down 0x41BE 0x0CF3 28 Right/Next 0x41BE 0x03FC 29 Reverse 0x41BE 0x15EA 30 Play/Pause 0x41BE 0x10EF 31 Stop 0x41BE 0x07F8 32 Forward 0x41BE 0x05FA

1 2 3 4

5 6 7

8 9 10

11 12

13

14 15

16

17

18 19 20

21 22

23 24 25

26 27 28

29 30 31 32

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Supported input signal resolution

Resolution Pixel Rate (MHz)

Input source

VGA DVI Display Port HDMI YPbPr

1

RGB

640x480 @ 60Hz (VGA) 25... 175

2 640x480 @ 72Hz 31... 500

3 640x480 @ 75Hz 31... 500

4 720x400 @ 70Hz 28... 320

5 800x600 @ 60Hz (SVGA) 40... 000

6 800x600 @ 75Hz 49... 500

7 1024x768 @ 60Hz (XGA) 65... 000

8 1024x768 @ 75Hz 78... 750

9 1280x720 @ 60Hz 74... 25

10 1280x768 @ 60Hz 68... 25

11 1280x800 @ 60Hz RB (WXGA) 71... 000

12 1280x800 @ 60Hz (WXGA) 83... 500

13 1280x960 @ 60Hz 108... 000

14 1280x1024 @ 60Hz (SXGA) 108... 000

15 1360x768 @ 60Hz 85... 500

16 1366x768 @ 60Hz (HD) 85... 500

17 1400x1050 @ 60Hz 121... 750

18 1600x1200 @ 60Hz 162... 000

19 1680x1050 @ 60 Hz RB (WSXGA) 119... 000

20 1680x1050 @ 60Hz (WSXGA) 146... 250

21 1920x1080 @ 60Hz (FHD) 148... 500

22

SD

480i (60Hz) 25... 175

23 576i (50Hz) 31... 500

24 480p (60Hz) 31... 500

25 576p (50Hz) 28... 320

26

HD

720p (25Hz) 74... 250

27 720p (30Hz) 74... 250

28 720p (50Hz) 40... 000

29 720p (60Hz) 49... 500

30 1080i (50Hz) 65... 000

31 1080i (60Hz) 78... 750

32 1080p (24Hz) 74... 250

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Notes: : supported Blank: not supported

33

HD

1080p (25Hz) 74... 250

34 1080p (30Hz) 74... 250

35 1080p (50Hz) 79... 500

36 1080p (60Hz) 71... 000

37 1080p (24Psf)

38 1080p (25Psf)

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Supported PAP input signal combination

Notes: : supported Blank: not supported

Main/Left picture signal source

YPbPr VGA DVI HDMI Display Port

Multi- media

Sub/Right picture signal source

YPbPr

VGA

DVI

HDMI

Display Port

Multi- Media

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Troubleshooting Problem Solution

No picture

Check the following: Is the display turned on? Check the power indicator of the display... Is the signal source device turned on? Turn on the device and try

again... Are there any loose cable connections? Make sure that all cables

are connected firmly... Have you chosen an unsupported output resolution on the

computer? Refer to Supported input signal resolution on page 60 to select a supported resolution and try again...

Have you chosen an unsupported output resolution on the DVD or Blu-ray disc player? Refer to Supported input signal resolution on page 60 to select a supported resolution and try again...

No sound

Check the following: Have you turned on the mute function on the display or the input

source device? Turn off the mute function or increase the audio volume level and try again...

Are there any loose cable connections? Make sure that all cables are connected firmly...

The computer input image looks strange

Have you chosen an unsupported output resolution on the computer? Refer to Supported input signal resolution on page 60 to select a supported resolution and try again...

Use the Auto Adjustment function (See Adjust Screen on page 38) to let the display automatically optimize the display of computer image...

If the result of the Auto Adjustment function is not satisfactory, use the Clock Frequency, Phase, H... Position and V... Position functions to manually adjust the image...

The control panel buttons do not work

Have you locked the control panel buttons? Unlock the buttons and try again...

The remote control does not work

Have you locked the remote control function? Unlock the function and try again...

Check for incorrect battery orientation... Check for dead batteries... Check your distance and angle from the display... Check whether remote control is properly being pointed at the

displays remote control sensor window... Check for any obstacle between the remote control and the

remote control sensor window... Check that the remote control sensor window is not under strong

fluorescent lighting, or in direct sunlight... Check for any devices (computer or personal digital assistant,

PDA) nearby that transmit infrared signals which may cause interference to signal transmission between the remote control and the display... Turn off the infrared function of these devices...

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