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4. Installing and Using Software. 25
4.1 Installing the CBdrvU (Ver. 2.0) Driver. 25 4.1.1 Operating environment.. 25 4.1.2 Installation procedures.. 25 4.1.3 Uninstall procedures... 26 4.1.4 Changes from CBdrv Ver. 1.4 to CBdrvU Ver. 2.0.. 26 4.2 Using the Driver... 26 4.2.1 CBdrvU operations.. 26 4.2.2 Select Calibration dialog. 28 4.2.3 Property screen.. 31 4.2.4 Test Mode... 33 4.2.5 Disabling CBdrvU... 34 4.2.6 About CBdrvU... 34 4.2.7 Exit... 34 4.3 Rotate... 35 4.3.1 CBdrvU operation.. 35 4.4 Precautions... 36 4.5 Using Driver and Service Mode. 38 4.5.1 Service Mode display.. 38
2. Installation Site.. 12
2.1 Installation Site... 12 2.2 Installation Conditions.. 12 2.2.1 List showing compatibility of standard metal fittings... 12 2.2.2 Special installations.. 13 2.2.3 Installation precautions.. 14
3. Installation Procedures.. 15
3.1 Unpacking... 15 3.1.1 Plasma display monitor (PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S). 15 3.1.2 Handwriting device (PDK-50HW3).. 16 3.2 Assembly and Connections.. 17 3.2.1 Installing the handwriting device (PDK-50HW3).. 17 3.2.2 Changing the pen battery.. 18 3.2.3 Connecting the plasma display to a computer. 19 3.3 Computer Setup Example.. 19 3.3.1 Check... 19 3.3.2 Precautions regarding computer setup. 19 3.4 Adjusting the Plasma Display.. 20 3.4.1 Procedures for setting the plasma display. 20 3.4.2 Screen burning.. 21 3.5 Installing the Driver.. 21 3.6 Connecting a Scan Device to a Computer. 21 3.7 How to Use Cable Clip.. 22 3.8 Sensor Operation Check... 22 3.9 Final Check.. 24
5. Maintenance and Cleaning. 40 6. Internal DIP Switch Settings.. 42 7. Q & A... 43
7.1 Hardware-Related Q&A.. 43 7.2 Driver Software-Related Q&A.. 45
8. Troubleshooting... 47
8.1 Plasma Display (PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S).. 47 8.2 Handwriting Device (PDK-50HW3). 49
9. Capabilities of the Handwriting Device. 50
9.1 IR Scanning System... 50 9.2 Resolution... 50
System (plasma display and handwriting device) specifications
Screen size 50 inches Aspect ratio 16:9 Power supply Plasma display (PDP-504CMX) AC 100 V (50/60 Hz) Handwriting device USB bus power Power consumption Plasma display (PDP-504CMX) 360 W (see Note 1) (Standby: 0.8 W) Handwriting device 2.5 W max. External dimensions (excluding pen stand) 1258 (W) x 758 (H) x 115 (D) mm Weight Plasma display (PDP-504CMX) 41.0 kg Handwriting device (PDK-50HW3) 7.4 kg Dimensions of packaging Plasma display (PDP-504CMX) 1341 (W) x 846 (H) x 424 (D) mm Handwriting device 1360 (W) x 900 (H) x 220 (D) mm Weight when packaged Plasma display (PDP-504CMX) 55.0 kg Handwriting device 12.7 kg Operating temperature: 0 to 40C (see Note 2) Operating humidity: 20 to 80% Operating atmospheric pressure: 760 to 1100 hpa Storage conditions (when set up) Operating temperature: 20 to 60C Operating humidity: 20 to 90% Operating atmospheric pressure: 670 to 1500 hpa Storage conditions (when packed in box) Operating temperature range: 30 to 60C Operating humidity range: 20 to 90% Operating atmospheric pressure: 670 to 1500 hpa
2.2.3 Installation precautions
a) Installation of multiple systems Since the dedicated handwriting pen of the system is designed to function as a switch by emitting ultrasound waves, mutual interference may occur when more than one system is installed in proximity (the interference may also be observed even when the areas are separated with a simple tool such as partitions). In this case, it is required to use the systems in NORMAL mode. Some of the installation examples in which mutual interference is expected are shown below. Adjacent installation
Adjacent booths delimited with simple partitions
Back-to-back installation across a simple partition
b) Exposure to direct sunlight Normal lighting is not a problem, but installation in a location exposed to strong lighting and intense direct sunlight will make the plasma display difficult to view and make toucth screen device operation unstable. Installation in such a location will also make remote control operation erratic. Note that whereas normal fluorescent lighting does not emit infrared radiation, incandescent lamps emit a large amount of infrared radiation. When the system malfunctions due to the presence of strong lighting, move the light source away or change its orientation to prevent malfunction. Also, when equipment generating IR rays (electric stove, IR LAN, etc.) is located near the handwriting device, its operation is usually normal but may sometimes be rendered unstable under certain installation conditions. This needs to be checked in individual installations. c) Ultrasonic waves When equipment using ultrasonic waves (ultrasonic humidifier, ultrasonic-sensor door, ultrasonic eyeglass cleaner, etc.) is used near the handwriting device, its operation is usually normal but may be rendered unstable under certain installation conditions. This needs to be checked in individual installations.
3. Installation Procedures
3.1.1 Plasma display monitor (PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S)
Any transportation of the unopened unit in its packaging should be done by two or more persons. To avoid injury or damage, do not lift the package by its packing bands. When transporting or storing the unit, always position it vertically - never horizontally. Horizontal transportation or storage invalidates the product warranty. In transportation or storage of products in original packing, never stack more than four units high. This warning is also indicated on the upper face of the carton. For transportation or storage, observe the warnings and instructions on the upper face of the carton. Plasma display monitor is mode off grass. Please take precations to prevent it from being dameged. Packing specifications: 1341 (W) 846 (H) 424 (D) mm, 55 kg
1. Release USB cable from cable clip.
Cable clip USB cable
2. Place scan device over the front of the plasma display.
3. Use the locking fixture on the rear panel to secure the four corners of scan device. 1 Rotate the locking fixture in the direction indicated by the arrow (rotate in the opposite direction for the left-side fixture), to secure scan device in place. 2 Press in the locking fixture's stopper to prevent the fixture from moving.
4. Attach the pen stand. Use the furnished Allen bolt to fasten the pen stand in place to the rear side of the unit.
Tighten the Allen bolt using an Allen wrench (width across flats of 6 mm).
Changing the pen battery
Battery cover AAA (LR03) alkaline battery
Notes: Insert battery correctly, aligning +/ polarities with the indications on the battery case. To prevent damage from battery leakage, remove the battery when not using the pen for an extended period (1 month or more). If battery leakage occurs, wipe away any battery fluid from inside the case and replace the battery with a new one. The provided alkaline battery should not be recharged, shortcircuited, disassembled, or disposed of in fire. When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instructions rules that apply in your country / area.
3.2.3 Connecting the plasma display to a computer
For information on connecting the plasma display to a computer, refer to Installation and Connections in the Operating Instructions supplied with the plasma display.
Note: Turn the power off before making or changing connections.
3.3 Computer Setup Example
Setup procedure differs with computer type. Below is a setup example.
1. Selection of plasma display input is adjusted depending on whether the PC video cable is connected to INPUT 1 or INPUT 2. 2. Make sure that the PC supports WXGA.
Select Display Properties = Effects = Visual effects= Display icons in full color check box. 3. Make sure that the Maze and OpenGL screen savers are not in use. 4. Disable sleep, standby and all other power saving features set using the power options so that the power is permanently on. 5. Refer to section 4.1.1, Operating environment for information on required computer specifications.
Use the cable clip to hold the unit's USB cable.
3.8 Sensor Operation Check
a) Check in Service Mode 1. Select the Service Mode and run SelfTest to check for abnormal operation. Set the internal DIP switches as described on page 42. For information on the Service Mode, refer to Using Driver and Service Mode on page 38 in this manual. b) Check in NORMAL mode 1. Make sure that the mode selector switch on the rear of the scan device is set to NORMAL. (NORMAL is the factory default.) 2. Click CBdrvU in the task tray. In the pop-up menu that appears, select Test Mode under Hardware Information to open the test window. 3. Touch the plasma display to check that only L under system information correctly recognizes the input. 4. Double click a folder with the finger to check that this opens it. c) Check in PEN mode 1. Press the small pen button to check that the pen LED indicator goes on. 2. Set the mode selector switch on the rear of the scan device to [PEN]. 3. In the CBdrvU test display mode, make sure that driver information and L, M and R under system information are correctly recognized during pen usage. (M and R correspond to the small and large pen button, respectively.) For details, refer to CBdrvU Help. *1 4. When pen tip and cursor location are out of alignment, perform CBdrvU calibration. (Then check that plasma display locations are correctly recognized.)
Alignment of pen tip and cursor position Confirm that the onscreen cursor aligns properly with the position of the pen tip.
Mouse cursor (screen display position)
If the cursor position differs from that of the physical pen tip, adjust as follows: 1 Using your mouse, left-click on the CBdrvU icon in the task tray.
Note: The actual appearance of your task tray may differ depending on your computer configuration.
2 When the pop-up menu appears, left-click on Calibration.
3 Follow the calibration instructions that appear onscreen.
Note: Input to the unit can be performed with a finger or other object in addition to the special dedicated pen; mechanical pencils or other sharp objects should not be used, however, since the screen may be scratched as a result. When performing onscreen operations, the dedicated pen or a fingertip should always be used.
The software requires at least 6 MB of free hard disk space. Shut down all other applications before installing the software. Exit all anti-virus programs and all other programs that run in the background before installation.
4.1.3 Uninstall procedures
Use the following procedures to uninstall the installed CBdrvU software. Use this procedure also for uninstalling the CBdrv software. 1. Click the Start button on the Windows desktop. 2. Select Settings from the pop-up menu and then select Control Panel. 3. Double click the Add/Remove Programs icon. The Add/Remove Programs dialog box appears. 4. On the Install/Uninstall tab, click CBdrvU in the list of applications to highlight it. CBdrv appears in the list of applications when uninstalling CBdrv software. 5. Click the Add/Remove button. The uninstall program starts. Follow the instructions that appear to remove the program. To also remove the registry data, requires a utility for removing registry data. Such a utility is provided on the supplied CD-ROM (driver).
4.1.4 Changes from CBdrv Ver. 1.4 to CBdrvU Ver. 2.0
The software supports the PDK-50HW3. The small buttons on the pen can be used with the software to emulate a 3-button mouse. Manual setup is supported when the screen is rotated.
Note: CBdrv cannot be used with this product. CBdrvU does not support the PDK-50W1, PDK-50HW2 and PDK-50HW2A.
4.2 Using the Driver
4.2.1 CBdrvU operations
CBdrvU is installed as a startup file and starts up automatically at system startup and does therefore not need to be started up. There are the two following methods for operating CBdrvU. a) Operation from the task tray 1. Open the menu from the task tray menu shown below.
2. Left-click on the CBdrvU icon in the task tray to open the pop-up menu shown below.
[Overview] Current Resolution: Calibration: Property: Hardware Information: Help: About: Exit: Indicate current resolution Open a screen for adjusting pen tip and cursor position Perform pen settings Select to view test information, use the Rotate mode, disable CBdrvU functions Open Help Show CBdrvU Exit CBdrvU
3. Select Hardware Information in the menu in Step 2 above to open the submenu shown below.
[Overview] Test Mode: Rotation Mode: Disable CBdrvU: Select to check system functions and verify SelfTest and other operations. Show current rotate mode Enable/disable CBdrvU operation
b) Hot key operations 1. Use the following key combination to open the Select Calibration Dialog. In the default setting, press the [Ctrl], [Shift] and [C] keys on the keyboard simultaneously to open this screen. This screen allows you to adjust pen tip and cursor position. 2. Use the following key combination to switch the screens. In the default setting, press the [Ctrl], [Shift] and [X] keys on the keyboard simultaneously to open this screen. This setting allows you to switch between screens set to current resolution.
Note: The hot keys described above can be modified in the Select Calibration Dialog.
c) Scan device setup screen This screen appears during scan device setup. (This screen closes automatically when setup completes).
d) Scan device off screen This screen appears when the scan device is disconnected from the computer or when a malfunction occurs. (This screen closes automatically.)
4.2.2 Select Calibration dialog
Select pen calibration method. This screen appears when calibration is selected from the pop-up menu and when Yes is selected when prompted for calibration after changing the resolution and number of colors during CBdrvU operation.
[Overview] Easy Setting: Apply preset calibration by specifying currently displayed screen mode. The following modes are available. 1) FULL mode 2) 4:3 mode 3) DOT BY DOT mode
Notes: Check the screen mode before making settings. Be sure to check the SIGNAL FORMAT setting of the plasma display. (Read the initial setup instructions for the plasma display in the section Precautions in this Technical Manual.) Only modes with a preset screen resolution value are enabled. Easy Setting is not available when there is no preset resolution. Adjustment of the plasma display and video card may shift cursor position relative to input location.
Detaile Setting: Use to perform manual calibration of pen tip and cursor position. Use one of the following calibration methods. 1) Detail-1 (4-point calibration) 2) Detail-2 (vertical calibration)
Notes: Detail-2 is available only in the PARTIAL plasma display mode. Use Detail-1 when Easy Setting is not available.
Press to start selected calibration mode. When select Detail-1 or 2, changes the respective screen.
Cancel button: Cancels selected calibration. Apply button: Temporarily applies the preset value without closing the current window. This button is available only during Easy Setting. Move to the pen to check whether or not the preset value is available.
Note: The availability or otherwise of screen items depends on current screen resolution.
a) Calibration (Detail-1) Tap the four points in the screen shown below to perform detailed calibration. Follow the on-screen calibration instructions and accurately touch the center of the red crosses.
Notes: Use the mouse to make the settings in this screen. The set calibration is stored and is available atsubsequent startups. The calibrated value differs with resolution. However, the set calibrated value becomes available again when you return to the resolution for which the value was set.
b) Calibration (Detail-2) When the plasma display is in the PARTIAL mode, use the mouse to click the two points, the upper and lower points to calibrate. Follow the on-screen calibration instructions and touch the points in the upper and lower half of the screen.
4.2.4 Test Mode
This is a service mode. Click Test Mode under Hardware Information in the CBdrvU task tray to open the screen shown below. a) State display This screen shows results of hardware checks and the state of the driver and the operating system (Windows).
[Function overview] Driver Software Ver: Pen Button (small): Service Ver: Firmware Ver: System Buttons: L: R: M: Mouse pos: Angle: IP Address: Computer Name: Service Mode: Test chart display: b) Test chart display This is a service mode. Use it to adjust plasma display settings. Indicate the version of the CBdrvU setup program Indicate the setting of the small pen button in the Property screen Indicate the version of the USB filter driver Indicate the version of the scan device firmware G : Correctly recognized : Not correctly recognized (during 3-button mouse emulation) Left mouse button Right mouse button Middle mouse button Indicate mouse coordinates recognized by Windows Indicate currently set rotate angle Indicate IP address of the connected PC Indicate the name of the connected PC Indicate scan device service information and DIP switch information. This mode is not required during normal operation. Adjust plasma display. This mode is not required for normal operation.
Notes: The plasma display need not be adjusted if it has already been set up. Use the supplied remote control to adjust the plasma display. For details, refer to the Operating Instructions. Press the [Esc] key or use the pen to click on the screen.
4.2.5 Disabling CBdrvU
Enable/disable CBdrvU. a) Disabling CBdrvU Checking the Disable CBdrvU checkbox displays the following message.
Note: The pen cannot be used when CBdrvU is disabled. The CBdrvU icon appearance then changes as shown below. Screen appearance varies with computer environment.
b) Enabling CBdrvU Unchecking the Disable CBdrvU checkbox enables CBdrvU and the pen becomes available.
4.2.6 About CBdrvU
Check driver version.
Have the driver version information ready when making inquiries about the software.
The scan device cannot be used after exiting the application. To use the application again, restart the driver using the mouse.
4.3.1 CBdrvU operation
A video card enabling screen rotation is required for this function. a) Task tray display 1. Left-click the CBdrvU icon in the task tray to open the pop-up menu shown below.
[Rotate functions] Rotate Mode: Select rotate angle. A check mark appears against currently selected rotate angle. 2. The appearance of the icon changes as shown below when the screen is rotated by the Property screen.
Note: Screen appearance varies with computer environment.
a) Use of video cards other than recommended A video card other than those recommended for use with CBdrvU must be calibrated from the Select Calibration Dialog (Detail-1). For information on recommended computers and video cards, consult a Pioneer dealer. b) Easy Setting Easy Setting is optimized for PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S and Microsoft Windows XP. Cursor position may slip due to due to video card adjustment or characteristics, plasma display adjustment or discrepancies. Should this happen, perform calibration from the Select Calibration Dialog (Detail-1). Easy Setting cannot make settings at resolutions above 1024 x 768 and a vertical frequency of 60 Hz. Use Detail-1 from the Select Calibration Dialog to perform such settings. c) Driver The driver is optimized for the Pioneer handwriting device and pen. Some of the functions provided by this hardware combination may not be provided by other hardware combinations. DUAL displays are not supported. d) Initial plasma display settings The factory default for PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S is XGA (SETUP = SIGNAL Format = XGA). Use the WXGA for Cyberboard. Note that some Easy Setting modes may differ when the XGA is used. e) Screen saver Some screen savers automatically change the resolution, for example, 3D Maze (OpenGL). Thus the system assumes the user has changed the resolution and displays a message prompting the user to calibrate the pen each time the screen saver starts. Should this happen, change to another screen saver or disable recognition of changes in resolution. f) Media player Some media players automatically change screen resolution in full screen mode and shows a message prompting pen calibration when leaving full screen mode. Should this happen, disable visual effect settings or recognition of changes in resolution. g) HTML optimization Some set values may interfere with normal operation, check before use. h) Pen operation in Welcome Login screen Pen position may shift in the login screen of Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Should this happen, use the mouse or keyboard for logging in. i) Portrait installation of plasma display Portrait installation is described on the assumption that it will be performed by a competent professional engineer with sufficient training and skill to carry out proper installation. Ask your dealer or other authorized personnel to perform installation. Pioneer cannot accept liability in cases where the equipment is damaged due to inappropriate installation location, improper assembly, installation, setup, operation, renovation, or by natural disasters.
: Set side
b) To make waveform observations This setting locks the device in low scan mode (all scan) suitable for waveform observation using an oscilloscope. The touch panel input functions do not operate in this mode. The power indicator on the device front panel blink continuously in approximately 0.5 second cycles.
: Set side Bits that are not indicated can be set to any value.
c) To make observations of infrared LED light emitting status using a CCD camera This setting performs a slow scan in approximately 1 second cycles. (Locked ultra low scan mode) The light emitting status of infrared LEDs can be observed in a dark room, but this depends on the camera used. The touch panel input functions do not operate in this mode. The power indicator on the device front panel blinks continuously in approximately 1 second cycles.
7. Q & A
7.1 Hardware-Related Q&A
Q: Which is the touch panel system? A: It is based on the IR scan system. Q: Which is the advantage of the IR scan system? A: It is the capability of direct drawing on the screen. This does not deteriorate the picture quality nor cause parallax. Q: Are there any consumables? A: The pen tip and the battery are consumables. Two extra pen tips are supplied. The pen tip is available as a service part. Q: How long is the service life of infrared LEDs? A: 10,000 hours or more in a normal operating environment. This refers to hours of continuous use. Since normal use is not continuous, service life under normal conditions should be two or three times 10,000 hours. Q: How long is the service life of the pen battery? A: 20 hours of continuous use when an alkaline battery is used. One screenfull of characters that are 6 cm wide and 6 cm high would contain 120 characters (when two thirds of the screen is used for writing). It takes an average of 1 second to write a 6 cm wide and 6 cm high character, one screenfull takes 2 minutes to write. Assuming that 5 pages are written every hour of class or business meeting, the pen is used 10 minutes every hour. If there are 6 hours of classes or business meetings per day, the battery is used up to 20 hours, which would correspond to one working month (20 days). The pen battery should therefore last a month. Q: Does the system deteriorates by aging? A: Basically, it does not deteriorate over time. However, malfunctions may occur if the light intensity drops considerably due to excessive deposition of cigarette tars or dust. Q: Which are the effects of dirt on the performance? A: Dirt on the IR filter should be removed because it deteriorates the light intensity. Q: What would happen if the light sensor elements break down? A: To ensure normal operation, malfunctioning sensors are detected and removed from processing at the time the power is turned on. However, as the resolution may drop in the areas where malfunctioning sensors are detected, detailed drawing is not possible in those areas. Q: Which is the detection distance from the panel surface? A: The reaction to a light-shielding object is variable depending on the thickness and positioning of the object, but it is usually detected at about 5 mm from the panel surface. Q: Is it possible to write letters using an object other than the special pen? A: Yes, it is possible. In addition to the PEN mode, a mode is provided to allow writing by anything including a finger (NORMAL mode). The factory-setting mode is the NORMAL mode. Q: Writing on the screen using a finger will soil it. Can a glass cleaner or similar detergent be used to clean the screen? A: Basically, such detergents should not be used. Use the supplied wiping cloth to clean the plasma display. If the screen is heavily soiled and a detergent is required, use a soft cloth slightly dampened in a solution of a neutral detergent and water. Wring out the cloth thoroughly, wipe the screen clean and then wipe with a dry cloth. Q: Is the screen scratch resistant? A: No, bringing a propelling pencil or other sharp pointed object in contact with the screen will scratch it.
Q: Is there a convenient way for adjusting the plasma display monitor? A: With the PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S, adjustments are possible using the AUTO SET UP MODE. CBdrvU ver.2.0 also provides a pop-up menu, in which you can output the test image signal by selecting Test Mode = Test Image. Q: Is calibration possible for resolution that is not specified by the VESA standard? A: Even when dealing with unknown calibration, CBdrvU is capable of performing the 4-point calibration and control the special pen. However, Easy Setting is not available in this case. When displaying a picture with other resolution than specified, be sure to confirm that the plasma display monitor is compatible with the resolution. Q: What is a good way of checking network settings? A: Use the CBdrvU ver. 2.0 pop-up menu to open the Test Mode and see if the IP address and name of the connected computer appear. For information on how to set the IP address and computer name, consult the PC administrator. Q: What to do if the position of the special pen tip is deviated? A: The condition of normal output to the plasma display monitor is set as the initial value, but it may be deviated slightly due to the difference in video card. If this happens, use the detailed calibration for setting. The set value is held in memory even after the next startup or resolution change. Q: Is it necessary to prepare a special development library when creating an application using the handwriting device? A: CBdrvU is a permanently resident type device driver. It is capable of converting the absolute coordinates on the handwriting device into the mouse coordinates by simply being started up. Therefore, an application can be created and run in the completely identical methods to general Windows applications. This means that no special tool like an API, DLL or SDK is necessary. For the method of creating applications, refer to the Help in your development tool.
If you think there is something wrong with this component, check the details in the following table. Sometimes another component may be the cause of the problem. Thus, also check the other devices that are connected to the plasma display.
8.1 Plasma Display (PDP-504CMX/PDP-50MXE1/PDP-50MXE1-S)
Problem No power Unit cannot be operated. Possible Solution Is the power cord disconnected? Has the MAIN POWER switch been switched on? External influences such as lightning, static electricity, etc., may cause improper operation. In this case, operate the unit after first turning the MAIN POWER off/on, or unplugging the power cord and re-plugging it in after 1 to 2 minutes. Remote control does not operate. Are batteries inserted with polarity (+, ) correctly aligned? Are batteries worn out? (Replace with new batteries.) Is any object occluding the remote signal receiver? Point the remote control unit toward the remote signal receiver when operating Picture is cut off. Is the selected screen size correct? Switch to another screen size. Are SCREEN mode adjustments such as picture size made correctly? Is the POINT ZOOM function being used? Strange color, light color, or dark, or color misalignment Power is suddenly turned off. Adjust the picture tone. Is the room too bright? The picture may look dark in a room that is too bright. Is CLAMP POSITION setup correct? The units internal temperature has increased. (Air vents are blocked.) Remove any objects blocking vent or clean. Is the POWER MANAGEMENT function set to ON? Is the SCREEN MGT. function set to ONCE or REPEAT? Is connection to other components correct? Has setup been done correctly after connection? Is the correct input selected? Is a non-compatible signal being input? Is the PICTURE setting correct?
Problems commonly mistaken as breakdown
Problem The screen is displayed in a small size. Letter breakup on screen. Possible Solution Is the correct screen size selected? Adjust using SCREEN mode on the menu screen. If there is still no improvement, this unit may be limiting the displayable range. Check the Computer signal compatibility table. Expansion/contraction caused by surrounding temperature change may result in sound being heard from the cabinet. This is not a malfunction. When the video input signals level is too high, the bright portions may appear to be losing their intensity. Increase the adjustment level of the contrast and check the picture. May be caused by radio wave interference from appliances with motors such as hair dryers, electric vacuum cleaners, electric power drills, ignition systems of cars, motorcycles etc., switch devises such as thermostats etc., neon signs or electrical discharge from power lines etc.
A sharp sound is sometimes heard from the cabinet. Bright portions of image appear to be losing intensity. Speckles or noise appears on screen.
Problem Stripes appear on the screen. Possible Solution May be caused by radio wave mingling from TV station, FM station, amateur radios, public radios (simplified radios) etc., or a nearby personal computer, TV, or video/ audio component. A strong electromagnetic field may cause picture distortion and similar problems. Normal sound of the cooling fan and internal sliding parts of the plasma display panel. Not a malfunction. Fan is set to operate only after ambient temperature exceeds 35C (differs depending on installation conditions). Not a malfunction. Fan speed changes automatically in accordance with ambient conditions. Not a malfunction. The ON indicator may not light in some cases, depending on the settings performed by the installer. Consult with your installation technician.
Sound is heard from inside the unit. Fan isnt moving. Fan speed changes. ON (green) indicator doesnt light.
About the self diagnosis mode
Vertical beam scanning direction
b) High scan mode After a light-shielding object is detected, scanning is concentrated in the area around the detection position in order to improve the response and positioning accuracy. In this mode, the IR sensors receive light from oblique directions as well as the light from the IR LEDs located opposite to them. As interpolation is applied based on the position information obtained in this way, the position information can be improved drastically in this mode. The High Scan area tracks the movement of the light-shielding object.
IR sensors x 144
IR LEDs x 144
IR beam direction
IR LEDs x 256
Horizontal beam scanning direction
This is Angle Adjustable Wall Bracket for LCD Plasma. This Flat Wall Mount supports any 32" to 63" flat panel screen and plasma TVs up to 165 lb weight. The slim wall plate keeps the screen close to the wall for a very discreet installation that is perfect for boardrooms, digital signage, or home theaters. The mount includes simple to align brackets and a unique wall plate that can be mounted to a single wood stud, two wood studs, or concrete. Easy to install. Fits most large flat panel plasma and LCD TVs 32-65". Mounting bolts and screws included.
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