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32/40-inch LCD Display Unit

User Manual

G6AUM315000009

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Regulatory Information

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battery information. The battery is marked with this symbol, which may include lettering to indicate cadmium (Cd), lead (Pb), or mercury (Hg). For proper recycling, return the battery to your supplier or to a designated collection point. For more information see: www.recyclethis.info.

EU Conformity Statement

This product and - if applicable - the supplied accessories too are marked with"CE"and comply therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the EMC Directive 2014/30/EU,the LVD Directive 2014/35/EU,the ROHS Directive 2011/65/EU.

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Hikvision 32/40-inch LCD Display Unit Users Manual

This manual, as well as the software described in it, is furnished under license and may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of such license. The content of this manual is furnished for informational use only, is subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd. (Hikvision). Hikvision assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in the book.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Important safeguards ............................................................................... 2 Introduction ............................................................................................... 4 Features ..................................................................................................... 5 Assembling the monitor ........................................................................... 6 Wall hanging Standard ............................................................................. 7 The function of the interface ................................................................... 7 Front panel controls ................................................................................. 8

Control panel .............................................................................................. 8

Changing a monitor parameter ................................................................. 9

Hot keys .................................................................................................... 9

Adjustment procedure ............................................................................ 9 OSD function ........................................................................................... 10 VGA menu ................................................................................................ 10 Cam menu ................................................................................................ 12

HDMI menu ............................................................................................... 13

Self-diagnosis .......................................................................................... 21 Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 22 Specifications .......................................................................................... 23

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DVI menu .................................................................................................. 15

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

1. Installation cautions Do not block any ventilation openings. Always ensure that the monitor is located in a well-ventilated area to preventthe

unit from overheating.

Only use accessories specified by the manufacturer or those sold with the product Avoid operating or placing the monitor in the following environments: extremes of

temperatures, both hot and cold; high humidity; direct sunlight; excessivelydusty

surroundings; avoid close proximity to other equipment that generates a strong

magnetic field

2. Water and moisture Do not use this appliance near water. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do

not expose this unit to rain or moisture.

3. Power cord and power cord protection Power cords should be routed so that they not likely to be walked on or pinched. Pay

particular attention to the location of cords and plugs, convenience receptacles, and

the point of exit from the appliance.

4. Product care Do not touch the screen directly with fingers. The oils from your skin mayleave

marks on the surface of the screen, which are difficult to be removed andmay

damage the screen permanently. Do not apply pressure to the screen.

5. Cleaning Clean only with a dry cloth.

6. Servicing Do not attempt to service this unit yourself. Opening or removing covers may expose

you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualifiedservice

personnel.

7. Lightning For added protection during a lighting storm or when this unit is left unattended and

unused for long periods of time, unplug the unit from the wall outlet anddisconnect

the cable system. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning andpower

line surges.

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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS

8. Mains plug (2 pin/3 pin) Do not remove the grounding or earth connection from the power supply / mains

plug.

Always remember to unplug the monitor from the power supply under the

following circumstances if the monitor will not be used for a long period of time, if

the power supply cable or plug/connector is damaged or if the monitor housingis

damaged or broken.

CAUTION: Do not attempt to dismantle this product. Any attempt to dismantle

or remove the covers from this product will invalidate the warranty and may also result in serious injury.

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INTRODUCTION

This manual explains how to correctly install, operate and get the bestperformance

from your monitor. Please read this user manual carefully before installing your

monitor then keep it near your monitor for quick reference. First, please check that

the contents of the box correspond with the following checklist:

LCD monitor

Power cord VGA cable

Remote control(optional)

User manual

If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your dealer. Please keep thebox

and packing materials so that you may properly store or transport yourmonitor.

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HDMI cable(optional)

Audio cable(optional)

FEATURES

The monitor is designed for use in a small work area or for those who need more

work space on the desk.

The convenient and user-friendly onscreen display allows for easy and accurate

adjustments of screen size, position and screen color.

The monitor complies with the VESA Display Data Channel (DDC) specification

for Plug and Play compatibility. Advanced microcircuitry makes setup and

configuration fast and effortless.

The monitor features Advanced Color Controls for fine-tuning to meet your own

personal tastes or application requirements. Use the on-screen controls to adjust

the color temperature,

RGB gain value for the best possible screen color and intensity. Press the Menu button and activate the Self-Diagnosis menu to determine

whether your monitor is functioning normally, not receiving a signal or is

receiving a signal that is out of scanning range.

Activate the higher refresh rates of the monitor to stabilize the screen and

eliminate the annoying flicker that contributes to eye-strain and headaches.

The monitor supports the optimal display performance with 1920x1080 @ 60 Hz

The monitor can be connected to various types of video devices withsupporting

video input signals such as Composite video (CVBS), and Separate video. The internal stereo speakers produce a good quality audio sound.

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ASSEMBLING THE MONITOR

The monitors are designed for use on a desktop.

The arm of the monitor stand is shipped preinstalled on the monitor.

To assemble the monitor: 1. Put a smooth pad or cloth on a level surface. Place the monitor on it facing

downwards.

2. Insert the arm of the monitor stand of the monitor into the pedestal foot provided.

See figures below.

To disassemble the monitor: 1. Put a smooth pad or cloth on a level surface. Place the monitor on it facing

downwards.

2. Shrapnel with fingers or similar objects hold the base below, carefully detach

the supporting arm from the foot by pressing the groove on the back of the supporting arm. (Note that the fixation point can be broken if too much force is applied). See figures below.

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WALL HANGING STANDARD

THE FUNCTION OF THE INTERFACE

The monitors installation surface is compatible with other types of VESA standard

stands.

Hole spacing: 100 x 100 mm

Screw length: 8 to12 mm

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2.

CAM OUTVIDEO signal output.

3.

CAM IN VIDEO signal Input .

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5.

6.

Stereo InputAUDIO signal input.7.

Stereo Out AUDIO signal out.8.

ServiceUSB display and service input.

HDMIHDMI signal input.

VGARGB signal input.

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DVIDVI signal input.

FRONT PANEL CONTROLS Control panel

1. POWER indicator Show both normal operation and power management status with power LED

2. POWER Switch the monitor on and off.

3. MENU Turn the OSD window on.

Secondary Function: Turns the OSD window off and moved from sub menu to top

menu in the OSD window. 4. (Up Arrow (*))

Primary Function: Used to select from different input source.

Secondary Function: Moves cursor to the down in the OSD

windowand decreases the value of any selected menu. 5. (Down Arrow (*))

Primary Function: Used to adjust the volume.

Secondary Function: Moves cursor to the up in the OSD (On-Screen Display)

window and increases the value of any selected menu. 6. AUTO (*)

Primary Function: Automatically adjusts the display to the most optimalsetting

possible. (VGA mode only)

Secondary Function: Selects sub menu.

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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS Changing a monitor parameter

Press the MENU button on the front panel to obtain the OSD menu screen.

1. Use Up-Down buttons to select the menu.

2. Use AUTO button to select the submenus.

3. Use Up-Down buttons to select a submenu function. 4. Press AUTO button, then using Up-Down buttons you can make adjustments

as necessary.

5. To exit, press MENU.

Hot keys

Up Arrow

When there is no OSD, to select input signal source.

AV-HDMI-DVI-VGA-USB

Down Arrow When there is no OSD, you can adjust the volume directly.

AUTO Automatically choose the correct horizontal and vertical

position and the size of the screen image (VGA only).

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OSD FUNCTION

Configure the monitor using the on-screen display (OSD) menus and submenus.

Changes are immediately saved and implemented.

VGA menu

Video

(Advanced Control)

(Auto Config)

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OSD FUNCTION

1. Brightness Adjust the brightness of the image.

2. Contrast Adjust the contrast of the image, the difference between light and dark areason

the screen. 3. Color Temperature

Choose a different preset color temperature or set your own customized color

parameters.(Normal/ Warm/ Cool/ User).

4. Advanced Setting 4-1 Noise Reduction

4-2 DCR (not support)

4-3 DCC (not support)

4-4 Picture Format

Select the aspect ratio

5. Auto Config

5-1 Auto adjust

Automatically choose the correct horizontal position and vertical position and size

of the screen image.

5-2 H-Position Adjust the position of the display horizontally (left or right).

5-3 V-Position

Adjust the position of the display vertically (up or down).

5-4 Phase

Remove any horizontal noise and clear or sharpen the image of thecharacters.

5-5 Clock

Adjust the width (horizontal size) of the screen image. 6. Auto Color

Operate the white balance and automatically adjust the color settings.(Available

only during VGA input source signal)

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OSD FUNCTION Cam menu

Video

(Advanced Control)

1. Auto Picture Select the picture mode (Standard/Movie/ECO/Personal/ Vivid).

2. Brightness Adjust the brightness of the image.

3. Contrast Adjust the contrast of the image, the difference between light and dark areason

the screen.

4. Color Adjust the color of the image.

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Tint Adjust tint of the image. Only for NTSC signal.

OSD FUNCTION

6.

7. Color Temperature Choose a different preset color temperature or set your own customizedcolor

parameters (Normal/ Warm/ Cool/ User).

8. Advanced Control 8-1 Noise Reduction Reduce the noise in the picture due to poor reception or poor picture quality. (Middle/ High/Off/ Low) 8-2 DCR Turn DCR on or off. 8-3 DCC Turn DCC on or off. 8-4 Picture Format Select the aspect ratio

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Sharpness Adjust the display image quality (if the screen proceeds to scaling up).

HDMI menu

Video

OSD FUNCTION

(Advanced Control)

1. Auto Picture Select the picture mode (Standard/Movie/ECO/Personal/ Vivid).

2. Brightness Adjust the brightness of the image.

3. Contrast Adjust the contrast of the image, the difference between light and dark areason

the screen.

4. Color Adjust the color of the image.

5. Sharpness Adjust the display image quality (if the screen proceeds to scaling up).

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6. Color Temperature Choose a different preset color temperature or set your own customizedcolor

parameters (Normal/ Warm/ Cool/ User).

7. Advanced Control 7-1 Noise Reduction

Reduce the noise in the picture due to poor reception or poor picture quality.

(Off/Low/ Middle/ High).

7-2 Color Range

Select the color format(Full/Limit).

OSD FUNCTION

7-3 DCR

Turn DCR on or off.

7-4 DCC

Turn DCC on or off. 7-5 Picture Format

Select the aspect ratio (Just Scan/ Over Scan)

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DVI menu

Video

(Advanced Control)

OSD FUNCTION

1. Auto Picture Select the picture mode (Standard/Movie/ECO/Personal/ Vivid).

2. Brightness Adjust the brightness of the image.

3. Contrast Adjust the contrast of the image, the difference between light and dark areason

the screen.

4. Color Adjust the color of the image.

5. Sharpness Adjust the display image quality (if the screen proceeds to scaling up).

6. Color Temperature Choose a different preset color temperature or set your own customizedcolor

parameters (Normal/ Warm/ Cool/ User).

7. Advanced Control 7-1 Noise Reduction

Reduce the noise in the picture due to poor reception or poor picture quality.

(Off/Low/ Middle/ High).

7-2 Color Range

Select the color format(Full/Limit).

7-3 DCR

Not used..

7-4 DCC

Not used.

7-5 Picture Format

Select the aspect ratio

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OSD FUNCTION

Audio

1. Sound Mode Choose a different preset sound mode or your own customized sound.

(Music/ Speech/ Personal/ Standard) 2. Balance

Adjust the sound balance of the left and right speakers. 3. Bass

When you select Personal mode, adjust the bass sound. 4. Treble

When you select the Personal mode, adjust the treble sound. 5. Virtual Surround

Provide an enhanced listening experience. 6. Auto Volume

Automatically remains at the same volume level if you change the program.

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OSD FUNCTION

Setting

1. Menu Language Select the OSD language.

2. Backlight Adjust the brightness of the image.

3. Menu Time Out Adjust the display time of the OSD menu (10 to 60 seconds).

4. Menu Transparency Adjust the OSD transparency.

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6.

Blue Screen When there is no signal input, select the blue background color.

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7.

Reset Default Reset the screen to the factory preset display settings.

Color System Select the input signal system Auto or PAL, PAL-60, NTSC, NTSN_44, SECAM. AV mode optional

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7-1 Time

Not used.

7-2 Sleep Timer

Set the sleep ON/OFF(VGA/HDMI/DVI mode).

7-3 Anti-Burn-In

Screen Burn Protectionoptional.

Time Setup

OSD FUNCTION

Child Lock

1. Keypad Lock

Turn the keypad lock on or off.

Keyboard lock unlock method:Long press "MENU" key for about 8 seconds, can be unlocked.

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SELF-DIAGNOSIS

If there is no image, the Self-Diagnosis screen will be displayed. The self-diagnosis

function checks if the status of the monitor screen is No Signal, Out of Range or

None Supported.

The No Signal screen is displayed when the D-Sub signal connector is connected

but the status of the monitor is on DPMS mode.

The Out of Range screen is displayed when the applied frequency is under or over

normal range.

Normal range (Non-interlaced mode only):

H: 30 to 80 kHz

V: 50 to 76 Hz

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Remote Control FUNCTIONoptional

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R1 POWER Turns the monitor on from stand-by or off to stand-by mode.

R2 TV/AV (input source) Selects the signal source from multiple input sources.

R3 MUTE Turns the sound on and off.

R4 NUMBER Buttons

R5 LAST CH Not used.

R6 INFO Information display.

R7 PICT MODE Selects preferred picture settings.

R8 SLEEP Set the sleep timer.

R9 MENU Display a main menu.

R10 EXIT Turns the OSD window off and moves from submenu to top menu in the OSD window.

R11/R17 UP/DOWN Buttons

Press UP/DOWN buttons to enter the Function menu.

R12 / R14 LEFT/RIGHT / Buttons

R13 OK Selects menu items.

R15 VOL +/- Adjust the sound level.

R16 CH +/- Not used.

R18 ADD/ERASE Not used.

R19 PC Directly selects VGA mode. Selects PC mode. (VGA mode only)

R20 AIR/CABLE Not used.

R21 CC Not used.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Symptom Check

Picture is jittery Adjust Clockto set the screen position and adjust the Clock

value carefully until there is no noise displayed.

No picture

Check if the power switch and computer power switch are in

the On position.

Check if the signal cable is correctly connected to thevideo

card.

Check if the pins of D-sub connector are not bent.

Check if the computer is in the power- saving mode.

POWER LED is not lit Check if the power switch is in the On position.

Check if the power cord is correctly connected.

Image is unstable Check if the signal cable is suitable to the video card.

Picture bounces or a

wave pattern is

present in the picture

Keep the devices that may cause electrical interference

away from the monitor.

See the FCC information at the front cover of the manual.

Picture is blurred Adjust Contrast and Brightness.

No sound

Check the audio cables are correctly connected to the

computer.

Adjust the volume after checking the sound is muted. Check the audio system in the computer.

Low sound Adjust the volume on the OSD menu. Adjust the volume of the sound card in the computer.

VIDEO screen cannot

be seen

Check if PICTURE mode has been set.

Check if the video terminal is properly connected.

No video Check if the video cable is correctly connected to the computer and set to Functions on the OSD picture menu.

Poor color in the video Adjust the Color or Tint values on the OSD Picture menu.

Grainy picture in the

video Adjust the Sharpness on the OSD Picture menu.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Items DS-D5032 Serial

Panel Screen size 32" (80.1 cm)

Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080

Frequency

(H/V)

H: 30 kHz 80 kHz V: 50 Hz 76 Hz

Interface

VGA in (15 Pin D-Sub)

1

HDMI in 1

1

BNC (in/out) 1/1

PC Audio in Yes

Head phone out Yes

USB Yes

Audio

Speaker power 2 W x 2

Speakers Built-in

Sound features Stereo R/L

Power Consumption 55 W

Source 100-240V 50/60HZ

Operation

Conditions

Storage

Conditions

Temperature 5C ~ 35C

Humidity 20%~85%

Temperature -20C ~ 55C

Humidity 5%~85%

Product weight

(with base) Weight

Packaging weight

6.57 kg (14.48 lb.)

9.25 kg (20.39 lb.)

Note: All specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

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DVI in

SPECIFICATIONS

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SPECIFICATIONS

Items DS-D5040 Serial

Panel Screen size 40" (100.3cm)

Max. Resolution 1920 x 1080

Frequency

(H/V)

H: 30 kHz 80 kHz V: 50 Hz 76 Hz

Interface

VGA in (15 Pin D-Sub)

1

HDMI in 1

1

BNC (in/out) 1/1

PC Audio in Yes

Head phone out Yes

USB Yes

Audio

Speaker power 2 W x 2

Speakers Built-in

Sound features Stereo R/L

Power Consumption 60 W

Source

Operation

Conditions

Storage

Conditions

Temperature

100-240V 50/60HZ

5C ~ 35C

Humidity 20%~85%

Temperature -20C ~ 55C

Humidity 5%~85%

Product weight

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