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|jschoffstall||5:16pm on Sunday, October 17th, 2010|
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|Once you select the appropriate size buds out of the 3 pairs it comes with, these are great because they plug out ambient noise. PORTA PRO, HAS THE Comfortable","Compact","Durable","Good Bass","Good Value","Great Sound","Lightweight","Stylish Ear Plugs I liked the ear budz very much the 3 size attachments are great for my son. The quality of sound is simply amazing.|
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These operating instructions are designed to aid the use of the MD 85818 digital picture frame, referred to in brief as the device. correct, safe and beneficially We assume that users of the device will have general knowledge of dealing with consumer electronics. Any individual who installs, connects, uses, cleans or disposes of this digital picture frame must have knowledge of these operating instructions in their entirety. These Operating Instructions are part of the product. Always keep them close to the device. Pass these Operating Instructions on if you sell the device or pass it on in any other way.
Various parts of the operating instructions can be identified by their specific style features. This helps you to differentiate easily between normal text, cross-references, lists, or managment steps. Descriptions of buttons on the device or the remote, such as SETUP, are specified in block capitals. Names of menus are given in quotation marks, such as Photo. You will find the following categories of safety instructions and notes in these Operating Instructions: DANGER!
Safety instructions with the signal word DANGER warn against a situation that can lead to serious or fatal injury.
Safety instructions with the signal word CAUTION warn against a situation that can lead to damage to damage to property or to the environment. This information contains additional advice about the use of the device.
Foreword... 3 Style features... 4 Safety instructions... 7 Proper use... 7 Basic safety instructions.. 8 Information about dealing with batteries. 11 Package contents.. 13 Overview of the appliance.. 14 Front... 14 Left side... 14 Right side... 15 Base.... 15 Rear.... 16 Remote control... 17 Before use... 18 Unpacking.. 18 Placing the battery in the remote.. 19 Setting up... 21 Inserting the device in a picture frame.. 22 Suspending the device on a wall.. 24 Connecting the device to the electric network. 24 Switching the device on and off.. 25 Making basic settings.. 27 Menu overview... 28 Navigating in the menu.. 30 Selecting entries... 31 Fixing the menu language.. 32 5
Setting the date and time.. 32 Fixing the display characteristics.. 35 Switching on and off automatically.. 37 Recreating the factory settings.. 39 Making the settings for photos... 40 Administrating image files.. 43 Selecting a memory location.. 44 Connecting storage media.. 45 Copying files... 46 Selecting several files... 49 Viewing images... 50 Starting a slide show.. 51 Ending a slide show... 52 Viewing individual images.. 52 After use... 55 Cleaning... 55 Unmounting... 56 Disposal... 56 Troubleshooting.. 57 Technical specifications.. 60
Read the Safety Instructions through carefully before bringing the device into operation. Pay attention to all warnings and information on the device, in the respective menu and in these Operating Instructions.
Keep these Operating Instructions safe for later use. Pass these Operating Instructions on as well, if you pass the device on to another individual.
The digital picture frame serves to present photos privately. The device is only suitable for use in dry internal rooms. It is exclusively intended for this purpose and must only be used for this. It must only be used as described in these Operating Instructions. Any other use will be regarded as not in accordance with regulations and can lead to damage to the device or connected devices. The use as a data monitor for office workstations is not permissible in particular.
Basic safety instructions
Avoiding danger of suffocation
Do not allow children to play with foil or other parts of the packaging. Keep the foil and other parts of the packaging inaccessible to children.
Avoiding the danger of fire
Avoid using close to: sources of heat, such as radiators, Devices with a strong magnetic field, such as loudspeakers, High-frequency sources of interference, such as mobile [cell] phones,or Direct solar radiation. Do not place any open sources of fire, e.g. burning candles, on the appliance. Do not cover the ventilation openings. Do not subject to device either to rain or other moisture.
Preventing electric shocks
Never open the casing of the device. Only connect the power pack to a correctly installed 230 V ~ 50 Hz mains socket. The socket must be freely accessible, so that you will be able to separate the power pack from the mains network simply and quickly in an emergency. Lay the connection cable so that it is not wound around the device or touching hot surfaces during operation.
Do not end or squash the connection cable. Always detach the connection cable from the connection socket of the device at the plug. Detach the power pack from the mains socket if you will not be using the device for a longer period or a thunderstorm is approaching. Never subject the device to drops of water or spray. Do not put any objects filled with liquid, such as vases, on or above the device. Detach the power pack from the socket immediately, if foreign bodies or liquid have penetrated the device. Have the device checked by qualified staff before bringing the device into operation again. Do not touch the power pack or the connection cable with wet hands. Moisture can condense inside the device if you take the device into a warm room from a cold one. Wait about two to three hours before bringing the device into operation in this case. You must have the device repaired by technicians before you use it again, if the device, the connection cable or the power pack is damaged. Always leave maintenance to qualified technicians. You will endanger yourself and other individuals otherwise. Detach the device from the source of electricity in the case of operational faults.
Avoiding the danger of poisoning
Batteries can contain poisonous substances. Batteries must not reach the hands of children. Children could put batteries into their mouths and swallow them.
Preventing the danger of injury
Position the cable so that nobody is able to step on it or trip over it. Do not allow electrical devices to work unsupervised. Never allow children to use the device unsupervised. Keep the device inaccessible to children. The remote has a Class 1 infra-red diode. Do not look at the LED with optical devices. Do not take hold of the display with unprotected hands in the case of damage. Wash your hands with soap afterwards. Pack the damaged parts and send them to your Service Center for correct disposal.
Place the device on a firm, level surface, or attach it to a sufficiently load-bearing nail. Do not place the device on delicate surfaces. Do not stand or sit on the device or put any heavy objects on the device. Clean the device regularly. Do not use any hard objects when cleaning the device. Always leave repair or maintenance to qualified technicians. Do not subject the device to any dust, intensive solar radiation, high humidity, high temperatures or strong vibrations.
Information about dealing with batteries
There will be a danger of explosion in the case of the incorrect handling of batteries!
Do not charge any batteries. Never throw batteries onto a fire. Do not dismantle any batteries. Never short-circuit batteries. DANGER!
There is the danger of burning because of leaking from empty batteries! Rinse with ample water immediately and find a doctor, if necessary, in the case of contact.
Remove the battery from the remote if you will Remove an exhausted or leaking battery from Clean the contacts before inserting a new bat tery. Keep batteries away from children. Find a doctor immediately if a battery has been swallowed. Only replace batteries with the same or an equivalent type. the remote immediately. not be using the device for a longer period.
Check whether the contacts in the device and on the batteries are clean before inserting the batteries. Clean them if necessary. Pay attention to the polarity (+/) when inserting the batteries. Store batteries in a cool, dry place. Direct intensive heat, such as solar radiation, fire or similar, can damage the batteries. Do not subject the remote to any sources of intensive heat for this reason.
Please check your purchase to ensure all items are included and contact us within 14 days of purchase if any of the following components are missing: You will have received the following items with the product acquired by you: Digital picture frame Two frames Materials for attaching other picture frames Remote inc. a CR2025/3V lithium battery Power pack with connection cable (Model number KSAC0500200W1UK) Guarantee documents These Operating Instructions
Overview of the appliance
LED for operating display
ESC button: End function, or close menu and change to the superordinate menu OK button: Confirm entry or selection Move button: Navigate in the menu or select a file MENU button: Open menu SETUP button: Open the menu for the basic settings USB connection
Slot for SecureDisk (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC) or MemoryStick (MS)type memory cards On/off switch DC IN 5V: Connection socket for the connection cable
Lugs for suspending the device in the landscape or portrait format Rotatable and adjustable mounting
1 ESC button: End the function, close the menu and change to the superordinate menu Navigation buttons: Navigate in the menu, select settings, move to the previous or the next image OK button: Confirm the entry or the selection MENU button: Open and close the menu SETUP button: Open the menu for the basic settings
There will be the danger of suffocation if small parts are swallowed or the packaging material is played with!
Keep the device and the packaging material
inaccessible to children. CAUTION!
The device can be damaged if it is opened carelessly!
Do not use any force or objects with a long
blade to open the packaging.
Unpack all parts of the device.
A smell can form during the initial hours of operation in the case of new devices. This smell will decline in the course of time. Ventilate the room in which the device is situated regularly to counter the formation of the smell.
Remove all packaging material. Keep the packaging material out of the reach of children. Check that all the parts have been supplied.
Wait to bring the device into operation until it has reached the surrounding temperature, after the device has been transported.
Placing the battery in the remote
You will have to place the lithium battery supplied in the remote before the first use. You will have to replace this battery if the device reacts poorly to the remote or not at all. Proceed as follows to do this: DANGER!
Danger of explosion in the case of an improper replacement of the battery!
Replace the battery of the remote only with the Ensure that the battery is inserted with correct
polarity. same or an equivalent type.
Pay attention to the information about dealing with batteries on Page 10in this case.
Press the stop lever (A) on the battery retainer (B). Pull the battery retainer out of the remote (1.). Dispose of the used battery in accordance with legal regula Insert a new CR 2025, 3V type battery into the retainer with Ensure that the positive pole of the battery is pointing up Push in the battery retainer with the battery until it locks in
the remote (3.). wards. correct polarity (2.). tions.
You can set up the digital picture frame in portrait or landscape format. Proceed as follows to do this: Place the device on a level surface with the back facing upwards.
Open out the mounting (1.) Turn the mounting clockwise to set up the device in landscape format (2.). You can adjust the length of the mounting to change the angle of inclination of the device (3.). Proceed as follows to do this: Push the bar on the mounting to the UNLOCK (4.) position. Pull the mounting out in steps, to extend it. Push the mounting in step by step, to shorten it. Push the bar on the mounting to the LOCK position. Now you will be able to set up the device (5.).
You will be able to rotate photos if you want to use the device in portrait format. Proceed as described from Page 56. Menus will continue to be displayed in landscape format.
Inserting the device in a picture frame
Using a standard commercial frame
You can attach the device in a picture frame with inner dimensions of cm or 15 x 20 cm. Proceed as follows to do this: Place the picture frame on a level surface with back facing upwards. Place the device into the picture frame with the front facing downwards, like a picture. Attach the device to the picture frame like a normal picture. Stick the foam strips supplied into the required photo frame for a better hold.
Using a supplied frame
You can use one of the frames supplied if you want to cover the plastic edge of the device. They have a boring on the side. You will be able to continue to use the remote because of this boring. Proceed as follows to attach one of the supplied frames to the device: Place the frame on a level surface with the back facing upwards and the side boring to the right. Place the device on the frame with back facing upwards. CAUTION!
You will no longer be able to use the remote if the frame is covering the infra-red sensor! Make sure that the infra-red sensor is positioned to the left on the front of the device, behind the oval boring on the frame.
Press the device down gently until the six retainers in the
frame lock audibly.
Suspending the device on a wall
You can also suspend the device on a wall without an additional picture frame. Two lugs are attached on the back of the device for this. Suspend the device by the lugs, on a nail with sufficient load-bearing capacity for the required position.
Connecting the device to the electric network
Damage to the device is possible in the case of the use of a different power pack! Use the power pack supplied exclusively.
Attach the connection cable to the DC IN 5V connection Plug the power pack into a well accessible mains socket
with 230 V ~ 50 Hz mains voltage. socket on the base of the device.
Switching the device on and off
Push the mains switch on the base of the device to the ON
position, to switch the device on. You will see a start screen for a short time after switching the device on. A slide show will be started afterwards. The storage location for the photos in this slide show will be selected automatically as follows: The photos on that storage medium will be displayed, if you have connected a storage medium in the card slot. The photos from the USB storage medium will be displayed, if you have connected a USB storage medium to the device and no storage medium has been inserted in the card slot. The photos from the internal memory will be displayed, if you have not connected a storage medium either at the card slot or at the USB connection. The selection menu for the data source will be displayed, if no image data is stored in the device (see Page 43). You will be able to adjust the settings for the slide show as you require, as described from Page 39. Push the mains switch on the base of the device to the OFF position, to switch the device off. Detach the power pack from the socket, to separate the device from the electricity network completely.
You can set the device so that it will be switched on and off at a time entered by you. You will find more precise information on this function on Page 36. You can only operate the device with the power pack supplied. All settings, the time and the date will continue to be retained if you separate the device from the electricity network. Operating with the remote is described in the following sections. You can operate the device in the same way, with the buttons on the right side of the device.
Fixing the display characteristics
You can adjust the following display characteristics to your requirements: Brightness Contrast Colour Select the Display sub-menu. Press the OK button. The sub-menu will be opened.
Setting the image brightness
Select the Brightness menu point. Press the OK button.
The current setting will be displayed as a bar below on the screen. This bar will be sub-divided into 15 stages. The stage set will be displayed at the right of the bar. The higher the stage set, the brighter the screen will be. Press the RIGHT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to increase the brightness. Press the LEFT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to reduce the brightness. Press the OK BUTTON to take over the set value. Press the ESC navigation button to leave the menu point.
Setting the image contrast
Select the Contrast menu point. Press the OK button.
The current setting will be displayed as a bar below on the screen. This bar will be sub-divided into 15 stages. The stage set will be displayed at the right of the bar. The higher the stage set, the higher the contrast will be. Press the RIGHT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to increase the contrast. Press the LEFT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to reduce the contrast. Press the OK BUTTON to take over the set value. Press the ESC navigation button to leave the menu point.
Setting the colour setting on the screen
Select the Color menu point. Press the OK button.
The current setting will be displayed as a bar below on the screen. This bar will be sub-divided into 15 stages. The stage set will be displayed at the right of the bar. The higher the stage set, the more intensely the colors will be displayed. Press the RIGHT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to display the colors more intensely. Press the LEFT navigation button until the required value is displayed, to display the colors less intensely. Press the OK BUTTON to take over the set value. Press the ESC navigation button to leave the menu point. 36
Switching on and off automatically
The device can be switched on or off automatically at a set time. Set the time and the date as described from Page 32. Mark the Auto on/off sub-menu. Press the OK button. You can only use this function if the on/off switch is at the ON position.
Setting the switching-on time
Select the Auto On menu point. Press the OK button.
The current setting of the switching-on time will be displayed. The Hour setting will be marked. Press the UP or DOWN navigation button until the required value is displayed, to set the hour. Press the OK BUTTON to mark the setting of the minutes. Press the UP or DOWN navigation button until the required value is displayed, to set the minutes. Press OK to save the setting.
Setting the switching-off time
Select the Auto Off menu point. Press the OK button.
The current setting of the switching-off time will be displayed. The Hour setting will be marked. Press the UP or DOWN navigation button until the required value is displayed, to set the hour. Press the OK BUTTON to mark the setting of the minutes. Press the UP or DOWN navigation button until the required value is displayed, to set the minutes. Press OK to save the setting.
Select the Enable menu point. Press the OK button. Mark the Enable option to switch the device on and off at Mark the Off option if you do not want any automatic on Press the OK button to take over the selection.
and off switching. the set times. The current setting will be displayed as marked.
Recreating the factory settings
You can set the settings of the device back to the delivery status with this function. Mark the Restore Factory Setting sub-menu. The Restore Factory Setting? security question will be displayed. Select the No option to retain the current settings. Press the OK button. The function will be stopped. Select the Yes option to recreate the factory settings. Press the OK button. The function will be ended. The settings of the device will now have been set back to the status at delivery.
Making the settings for photos
You can adjust the settings for the presentation of photos to your requirements in this menu. Press the SETUP button. Open the Slideshow menu. You will now be able to fix the following characteristics for the slide show: The length of the display of the images Transition effect Repetition of the slide show Random sequence.
Fixing the length of the display of the images
You can choose how long a photo will be displayed in a slide show. You can select the length of the display in the following stages: 300. Mark the Delay Time sub-menu. Press the OK button. The list of the possible settings will be displayed. The current setting will be marked. Mark the required setting. Press the OK button. The list of possible selections will be faded out. The setting will be taken over.
Selecting the transition effect during slide shows
You can fix how the transition to the next image will be arranged with this menu. Mark the Transition sub-menu. Press the OK button. The list of the possible settings will be displayed. The current setting will be marked. Mark the required setting. Press the OK button. The list of possible selections will be faded out. The setting will be taken over.
Connecting storage media
Connecting a memory card
Lay the device on a flat base with the back facing upwards. Push the memory card into the connection on the base of
the device as shown.
Push in the memory card without using force, until it locks
audibly. Now you will be able to display images from the Memory Card storage location on the device. Push the memory card in without exerting force until it locks audibly, to remove it from the device. Pull the memory card out of the connection completely.
Connecting a USB storage medium
Push the USB jack of the storage medium into the connection on the right side of the device.
Press the USB jack without exerting force, until it stops in
the connection. Now you will be able to display images from the USB storage location on the device. Pull the jack out of the connection to separate the USB storage medium from the device.
You can transfer files from one memory location to another.
Select the required storage medium. Press the OK button.
Make sure that the write protection of the storage medium is not activated. You will not be able to transfer any files to the storage medium if write protection is activated.
The overview window will be displayed. You will be able to mark individual files in the overview window.
Copying individual files
Mark the miniature view of the required file in the overview
Press the MENU button. Select the Copying option Select the storage location to which you want to copy the
file. The available storage locations will be displayed.
Press the OK button. File Copying will be displayed on the screen. The file will
be copied to the selected storage location, 1 File Copied! will be displayed briefly after the file has been copied to the selected memory location.
Copy all files
Press the MENU button. Select the Copy All option. Select the storage location to which you want to copy the Press the OK button.
files. Copy All will be displayed on the screen. This process can last a long time if you are copying a lot of files or large files. Wait until Files Copied is displayed in this case. The available storage locations will be displayed.
The overview window will be displayed.
Deleting individual files
Press the MENU button. Select the Delete One option. Press the OK button. Select the No option if you do not want to delete the file. Select the Yes option to delete the file. Press the OK button.
1 File Deleted! will be displayed briefly when the file has been deleted. A security question will be displayed on the screen.
Deleting all files
Press the MENU button. Select the Delete All option. Select the No option if you do not want to delete the files. Select the Yes option to delete the files. Press the OK button.
A security question will be displayed on the screen.
Files Deleted! will be displayed briefly when the files have been deleted. This process can last a long time if you are deleting a lot of files or large files. Wait until No Photo File is displayed in this case.
Selecting several files
You will have to select the required files, if you want to copy, delete or display more than one file. Proceed as follows to do this: Select the required storage location. Press the OK button. The overview window will be displayed. Press the MENU button. Mark the Marked option. Press the OK button. A yellow box will be displayed at above right in the miniature views. The first file in the box will be displayed additionally with a tick. This tick will show that the respective file has been selected. Press the OK button to remove the tick. Press the navigation buttons until the required image is selected, to mark another file. Press the OK button to mark the selected file. A tick will be displayed in the miniature view. Repeat these steps until you have selected all the required files. Now you will be able to display, copy or delete the marked files. Proceed as described in the above sections to do this. Marked obj. will be displayed additionally in the corresponding menus in this case. The functions will apply only to the marked or to the unmarked objects. You will be able to choose the following functions:
Slide show of marked obj. Slide show of nonmarked obj. Copy of the marked obj. Copy of the nonmarked obj. Delete: Marked obj. Delete: Non-marked obj. Remove marking
Starts a slide show of all selected images. Starts a slide show of all nonselected images. Copies all selected files. Copies all non-selected files. Deletes all selected files. Deletes all non-selected files. Removes the selection. All ticks will be deleted.
Select the required function. Press the OK button.
The selected function will be started.
You can have the image files in the selected storage location displayed in the following ways: Slide show of all photos Slide show of selected photos Display of a particular photo.
Select the required storage location. Mark the Photo option.
A slide show of all photos will be started automatically when you switch on the device.
Press the OK button.
The overview window will be displayed. You will see miniature views of all photos on the selected memory location.
Certain image processing programs can create graphics in the JPEG format that the device is unable to display. For example, this relates to JPEG files with progressive compression. You will see the No Photo file message in these cases. No miniature view will be displayed in the overview window for these photos.
Starting a slide show
Proceed as follows to start a slide show from the overview window: Press the MENU button. Mark the Play Slideshow option. Press the OK button. The first photo will be displayed. The next photo will be displayed according to the replay time set. The slide show will be repeated or ended after the last photo, in accordance with the selected settings. Proceed as follows to start a slide show with selected photos: Select the required photos as described from page. You can start a slide show of the selected or of the non-selected photos. Press the MENU button. Select the required function. Press the OK button. The slide show will be started. 51
Danger to life because of electricity! Make sure that no moisture penetrates into the device. Detach the mains plug from the socket before cleaning.
Incorrect cleaning substances can damage the device! Only clean the device with a soft, dry cloth.
Remove dust from the device regularly with a soft, fluff-free
Unmount the device in the reverse sequence as during
Your appliance has been packaged to protect it against transportation damage. The packaging is made of environmentally friendly material which can be recycled.
At the end of its life, the appliance must not be disposed of in household rubbish. Enquire about the options for environmentally-friendly disposal.
Do not throw used batteries into domestic waste. Hand them in at a collection point for used batteries.
Fault Cause Solution
The storage medium inserted is not recognized by the device. The images of the storage medium are not displayed.
The storage medium is not supported by the device. The storage medium is not inserted correctly. The file format is not supported by the device. Some images Images with a are displayed higher resolution faster than are loaded into others. the memory more slowly. The screen The unit is not does not dis- on. play anything. The mains plug is not properly connected.
Only use storage media that are compatible with the device. Replace the storage medium. Only use images in file formats that are compatible with the device. Use images in a lower resolution to speed up the image setup.
Switch the mains switch on the back of the device on (ON). Check the connection of the mains plug to the device. Plug the mains plug into a socket.
Small black points are visible on the screen.
The fault is not a device error. The screen is constructed of more than a million elements. These elements only have a limited useful life. The failure of about one element per year of use is normal for this reason. The device The Switching Switch the Switching switches off Off function is Off function off (see automaticactivated. Page 38). ally. The remote bat- Change the battery as tery is empty. described from page 19. The device The infra-red Make sure that the does not react sensor on the infra-red sensor is not to entries on device is covcovered. the remote ered. The remote is Direct the remote to not directed to the infra-red sensor on the infra red the left of the device. sensor.
Individual elements of the screen are defective.
The distance between the remote and the infra-red sensor is too great.
Move the remote closer to the device.
Dimensions (W x H x D) 20,1 cm x 15,0 cm x 2,3 cm (Device) 25 cm x 20 cm x 1,5 cm (Frame) Weight Approx. 385 g (without frame) Display 8 TFT LCD, 800 x 600 pixels Mains adapter: KSAC0500200W1UK Input: 100 -240V ~ 50/60Hz 0.4 A 2.0 A Output: 5.0 V Internal memory 1 GB USB connection USB 1.1 Memory cards that can be used: SecureDigitalCard (SD), MultiMediaCard (MMC), MemoryStick (MS) Supported image formats BMP, Motion-JPEG ,JPEG (max. Auflsung 8000 x 8000 Pixel) Remote : LED Class 1 in accordance EN 60825-1 Batterietyp: CD2025/3V Subject to technical changes.
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