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|acabre||3:00pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
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List of specifications
2.1 List of specifications
Light emission panel. 40-inch plasma display panel Aspect ratio... 4:3 No. of pixels. (adaptable to VGA) Pixel pitch. 1.26 (horizontal, RGB trio) 1.26 (vertical) mm No. of gradations.. 256 gradations/ 16,770,000-color full color View angle.. Horizontal : 160 or more Vertical : 160 or more Input/output terminals RGB Input 1 BNC Terminal R, G, B (fixed to 75 input) Analog R, G, B (fixed 75 input, G-on Sync input) HD (H/V SYNC), VD (switching between 75 /2.2 k input) Switch VD according to the sync output impedance of the connector. Switch VD to 2.2 k except when the sync output impedance is 75. (The terminal is factory-set to 75.) 2 Mini Dsub 15P Analog RGB, 0.7 Vp-p, 75 input, G-on Sync input (Sync 0 - 3 Vp-p) Synchronization: HD, VD 2.2 k input, 2.0 - 5.0 Vp-p (Positive/Negative), G-on Sync switch (G-on Sync ON/OFF Change over) Turn the switch on only if images become greenish (when the G-on Sync signal is applied) at RGB2 input. Under normal circumstances, the switch is left off. (The switch is factory-set to G-on Sync OFF.) 2. Synchronizing frequency: AT-compatible: 31.5 kHz (horizontal), 59.9 Hz (vertical) 37.9 kHz (horizontal), 72.8 Hz (vertical) 37.5 kHz (horizontal), 75 Hz (vertical) Macintosh: 35 kHz (horizontal), 66.7 Hz (vertical) PC-9800: 24.8 kHz (horizontal), 56.4 Hz (vertical) 31.5 kHz (horizontal), 70.1 Hz (vertical)
Does not accommodate the interlaced mode of the computer. Some types of computer have multiple indication modes. However, some modes cannot be displayed even if the computer meets the specifications. Please contact your dealer for further information.
Video input. Single-system BNC terminal 75 input Composite 1 Vp-p Y/C input.. Double-system BNC terminal 75 input Control input. Dsub 9P (RS-232C control) Video output. Single-system BNC terminal 75 output (Note: Up to four units, including the unit to which the signal is first input, may be connected when the equipment is connected in series using this output terminal. However, increasing the number of connected units may increase the noise.) Applicable sources 1 Video system: NTSC <PAL/NTSC Dual> 2 Computer system 1.Resolution AT-compatible: VGA (640 dots 480 lines) Macintosh: 13-inch mode (640 dots 480 line) PC-9800: Normal mode (640 dots 400 line)
Power source.. 100 to 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz <220 to 240 V AC , 50/60 Hz> Inrush.. 70 A or less <30 A or less> Power factor.. 0.95 or more Power consumption. 350 W (in standby: 2 W) Outer dimensions. 916 (W) 714 (H) 88 (D) mm Weight... 30.8 kg <31.6 kg> Operating environment temperature range... 0 to 40 C Operating environment humidity range. Relative humidity 20% to 80% Operating environment air pressure range. 0.8 - 1.1 atmospheric pressure Storage conditions (plasma display panel alone) Storage ambient temperature range -20 to 60C (Temperature gradient (10C/hr. or less) Storage ambient humidity range. 20 to 90% (without condensation) Storage ambient air pressure range. 0.6 - 1.5 atmospheric pressure Storage conditions (Package state) Storage environment temperature range.. 40 to 60 C Storage environment humidity range. Relative humidity 20% to 90% Storage ambient air pressure range. 0.6 - 1.5 atmospheric pressure Storage stack limit.. maximum of 10 Accessory Power cord (PDP-V402 only).. 1 Remote control.. 1 Remote control case.. 1 AA battery... 2 Stand... 2 Bolt... 2 Washer... 2 Cable clamp... 3 Operating Instructions.. 1 Warranty card... 1 Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice. < > shows the PDP-V402E.
2.2 Outline drawing
Plasma display main body weight : 30.8 kg <31.6 kg> Material : Front - Plastic, Back - plate Treatment : Front - Leather satin gray paint, Back - Semi-matte black paint (Coating colors should be according to Pioneer's original color specification) Packing specifications - See 3.3.2 Unpacking < > shows the PDP-V402E. : Location of center of gravity
604.8 (Effective picture size)
<Light-accepting section of the remote controller>
806.4 (Effective picture size)
12 (the opening for infrared remote control signals)
<Operation panel of the main body>
14-M8 (with 16-hole rivet)
(2) When there is a closed space behind the wall.
A Punching net B Aperture ratio 50% or more C Punching net 50mm 50mm
B 100 C 100
Basically, it is not recommended to operate this display in a confined space.
In the event that you are going to use this display in a closed space, make sure to observe the following requirements in accordance with the above drawing. PC-9800 (56.4Hz) Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~35C PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) 0~30C
Clearance A to the wall 100mm or more
* The same conditions will apply to the working temperature requirements for a speaker system (PDP-S03-LR). * When mounting the down converter (PDA-4003), the same working temperature conditions apply.
Special installation (Ceiling suspension (using wires))
3.4.7 Ceiling suspension (using wires)
C C Mount the display with the fans on the upper side.
When suspending the display by wires, use a combination of two mounting rows, as shown in the diagram above (rows A - B or C - D, from rows A - D). This is done to safeguard against subjecting the display to twisting forces. Use a minimum of four mounting points. Good example Bad example
Use the following metal fixture to keep load from centering on the two mounting points at the top. As discussed in 3.4.1 Fixing on a struc, avoid blocking any ventilation holes other than those in the shaded ( ). When attaching cables to the ceiling, install two cables at two independent points for safety.
If the display is suspended close to a wall, provide at least 300 mm clearance between that wall and the display.
Metal fixture Metal fixture
Working temperature requirements Use mounting screws with minimum strength equal to that of mild steel cable, or stronger screws with hexagonal socket heads. The cable must be capable of supporting a load four times as heavy as the total weight of the display (30.8 kg <31.6 kg>) plus the weight of the metal fixture, if one is used. Provide auxiliary back-up cables to safeguard against breakage of main cables due to earthquakes etc. < > shows the PDP-V401E. 46 VIDEO 0~40C PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~40C 0~40C
Should the distance between the wall face and the unit be 300 mm or less, treat the clearance in the rear cover of the pop or that of the fixture nearer to the wall as the clearance A and apply the wall hanging conditions in 3.4.2. wall hanging.
Metal fixture PDP
A or more
Special installation (Installation with the screen downward)
3.4.8 Installation with the screen downward
This display is designed to be installed with the screen downward, but certain uses can interfere with proper ventilation. Please observe the following conditions: 1 Use plate metal that keeps all single holes clear and has dimensions no larger than those given in the following table. 2 Leave adequate ventilation space between the display and the ceiling. 3 Use plate metal having sufficient strength (incorporating a safety factor of approximately four), and secure at the four points indicated in the following drawing (four-point mounting). Mounting plate metal on a ceiling involves certain hazards. Make sure you provide adequate back-up safety measures. 4 Recommended ambient operating temperatures are given in the following table. Operate the display within this range of temperatures. 5 The ceiling should closely approximate a perfectly flat plane. Keep deformation pressures applied to the display, such as twisting and bending, at or below 1 mm.
Multi-installation fixture (PDM-4001)
PC-9800 (56.4Hz) VIDEO Without exhaust fan With exhaust fan 0~30C 0~35C Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~30C 0~35C PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) Not usable 0~35C
Conditions for embedding under the floor:
Special installation (Horizontal connections)
3.4.13 Horizontal connections
While the display is designed to accommodate side-by-side installations, keep in mind that specific installation configurations may affect ventilation. Observe the following requirements: 1 The following table lists the operating temperature conditions. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
A Partition Unit A Unit B Unit C
In case of lateral connections, ensure that left and right partitions are provided. Be careful to install the partitions so that the air on the left and right backside of the set is not mixed up. Clearance A to the wall 50 mm or more VIDEO 0~35C PC-9800 (56.4Hz) Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (60HZ) 0~35C PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) 0~35C
* The same conditions apply to the working temperature requirements for a speaker system (PDP-S03-LR). * When mounting the down converter (PDA-4003), the same working temperature conditions apply. * For the securing method, see 3.4 Special installations and 3.4.2 Wall hanging.
Special installation (Vertical connections)
3.4.14 Vertical connections
This machine is designed to be used vertical connection, but some operations under vertical connection may adversely affect ventilation in the machine. Therefore, observe the following conditions for safe operation: 1 Installation of up to three units (Vertical connection) The following table lists the operating temperature conditions. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
PC-9800 (56.4Hz) Clearance A to the wall 50 mm or more VIDEO 0~35C Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (60HZ) 0~35C PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) 0~35C
Wall Partition A Make sure to mount them so that they will not block any exhaust holes.
* For the securing method, see 3.4 Special installations and 3.4.2 Wall hanging.
Before making adjustments
5.1 Before Beginning Adjustments
You can make adjustments to the unit in the following ways: With the operating panel of the main unit With the remote control unit With a PC (through RS-232C control) Make sure youve thoroughly read and understood the following before making any adjustments.
5.1.1 Operating mode
The unit has the following four major operating modes:
indicates operating mode and status. indicates button operations on the remote or on the main units operating panel. > indicates RS-232C command operations.
When a fine-tuning is needed, follow the operations after the Step (8).
Select an item you would like to adjust.
Deciding on a selected item
A fine-tuning will be done according to the following procedure: CLK. FRQ. When the letters in the picture are missing, or a rainbow-shaped noise is annoying, use (-128 to 128) this function for adjustment. This function is to adjust the frequency of the internal clock signal for the video signal input. CLK. PHS.. When some letters in the picture flicker and the colors blurs use this function for (-16 to 15) adjustment. Make adjustments to minimize the flickers and color blurs. This function is to adjust the phase of the internal clock signal, which is adjusted with the CLK. FRQ. function. Note) When CLK. FRQ. has been adjusted, it may become necessary to readjust HOR. POS. HOR. POS. This adjusts the horizontal position of the picture. (-50 to 50) VER. POS. This adjusts the vertical position of the picture. (-43 to 42) STATUS. This indicates the resolution of the signal now being input, and synchronous frequency.
CLK. FRQ. : ADJ.
120 SET: EXIT
Pushing the SET button will return to the screen for the Step (8). To adjust other items, repeat the Steps 8 to 10.
After completing the setting, return to the original screen.
Returning to the original screen.
Note: When using this device in combination with one of the plasma displays manufactured by our company other than PDP-V402, PDP-V402E operate the plasma display with this device directing it to the display's light receiving portion. When adjusting the plasma display MENU using a function other than RGB-2, never push the MENU button of this device, because there is a possibility that the adjustment value of this device may change.
"NO SYNC!" in red characters is displayed when no signal is input. The display automatically disappers in about 3 minutes even when it is left as it is.
"OUT OF RANGE!" in red characters is displayed when a signal incompatible with this unit is input. The display automatically disappears in about 3 minutes even when it is left as it is.
OUT OF RANGE!
After completing the plasma display adjustment with the test pattern ON, if the test pattern is switched OFF without closing the plasma dosplay menu, both the plasma display menu and the menu of this unit would be displayed overlapped. To prevent this, be sure to switch the plasma display menu OFF before switching the test pattern OFF. Remote control operation may sometimes not be accepted immediately after pressing the power switch ON, switching the input signal, inputting a signal, executing AUTO SETUP or switching the test pattern OFF. In such a case, wait for a few seconds before retrying the operation. The HOR.POS. adjustment value may vary when the CLK.FRQ. value is varied. The HOR.POS. and VER.POS. adjustment values may sometimes vary by more than 2 steps with certain input signal types or with a single press of the 2 or 3 cursor buttan. With certain input signal types, it may happen that the CLK.FRQ. value chanfes but the actual video does not change.
How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4001)
4.5 Tilting stand: PDK-4001
Outer dimensions. 916 (W) 346.9 (D) 761 (H) mm(When the plasma display is mounted vertically) Weight.. 5.5 kg (metal fixture alone) 36.3 kg <37.1 kg> (metal fixture with plasma display PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Adjustable angle range. Up to 20 from vertical Material. Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment.. Semi-matt black paint (Pioneer's original color) Package dimensions. 880 (W) 420 (D) 185 (H) mm Package weight. 8.5 kg Accessories: Hexagon socket button head screw (M8 45).. 6 pcs Hexagon socket button head (M8 60). 4 pcs Washer... 10 pcs Round joint.. 4 pcs Hexagonal wrench.. 1 pc Operating Instructions (Japanese only).. 1 pc The fixture is attached to the installation stand using screws. The choice of screws depends on the strength and material of the surface on which the display is installed. Prepare suitable screws.
4.5.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm)
Stand weight: 5.5 kg Stand weight + display weight: 36.3 kg <37.1 kg> (when PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E> is installed)
Front | Display center
Angle of screen: 0
Angle of screen: 20
Working temperature requirements
PC-9800 (56.4Hz) VIDEO
PC-9800 (70.1Hz) Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~40C 0~40C
4.5.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display
7 Procedure for assembling the fixture 1. Insert the round joint into each end of the joint pipe. 2. Temporarily attach one joint pipe to the stand frame L or R using an Mhexagon socket button head screw and washer. 3. Temporarily attach the other stand frame to the other joint pipe.
Stand frame L
Hexagon socket button head screw M8 60
6. Standard for angle adjustment
How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4005)
4.9 PDP bracket: PDK-4005
Outer dimensions. 916 (W) 138 (D) 714 (H) mm Weight.. 3.3 kg (metal fixture alone) 34.1 kg <34.9 kg> (metal fixture with two plasma displays PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Material.. Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment.. Semi-matt black paint (Pioneer's original color) Package dimensions.. 720 (W) 130 (D) 115 (H) mm Package weight.. 4.2 kg Accessories Vertical frame.. 2 pcs Horizontal frame... 2 pcs Hexagon socket button head bolt (M8 18).. 4 pcs Plus/minus screw (M5 50) with washer. 8 pcs Special eye bolt.. 4 pcs M8 hexagon nut with spring washer. 4 pc M8 hexagon nut... 8 pc M8 flat washer.. 4 pc M8 wave washer... 4 pc Operating instructions (Japanese only). 1 pc Vendor's installation notes (Japanese only). 1 pc The screws used to mount the metal fixture to the ceiling depend on the strength and material of the part of the ceiling in which the fixture is installed. Prepare the most suitable screws. For the temperature requirements for PDK-4005, see the section titled ''3. Special Installations.
PC-9800 (56.4Hz) Clearance A to the wall Less than 50 mm 50 mm or more VIDEO 0~35C 0~40C Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~35C 0~40C PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) Not usable 0~35C
4.9.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display
1) Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) PDP bracket weight: 3.3 kg PDP bracket weight + display weight: 34.1 kg <34.9 kg> (when PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E> is installed)
2) Assembly procedure 1. Temporarily tighten the vertical frame (1) and the horizontal frame (2) by using the M5 plus/minus screw with washer (5). 5 1
When assembling the PDP bracket, install an M8 nut, as shown, to keep the Special eye bolt from loosening. (This step is not described in the instruction manual.)
Hexagon nut with spring washer (4 pcs.) Attach the nut up to the base of the bolt as far as possible.
Viewed from below.
Before screwing together the horizontal frame and vertical frame, place the frames on a flat surface, as shown, and confirm that the holes match up correctly. Caution <Incorrect>
Table or similar flat surface
When the frames are placed on a flat surface as above, inserting bolts into the holes is difficult. 100
2. Place the fixture on a horizontal table, tighten all bolts, and tighten the four bolts (3). 3. With the screen of the plasma display facing downward, place the display on the edge of a flat and stable table, as shown in the figure. Be sure not to drop or damage the display.
12 Through hole 30 (when sliding: 229)
919 (metal fixture outer dimension)
717 (metal fixture outer dimension)
210 PDP 200 158.10 877
6- 12 3.5 2- 12 Through hole
8- 12 Through hole
Locking metal fitting (When a chain is attached and pulled down, it can cause the frame to slide.)
6- 12 Through hole
711.9 Front view
4.12.3 Installation conditions
1) Load carrying capacity of the floor The floor should be level and with an even surface, and it should have a sufficient load carrying capacity of its own. Especially, when the floor consists of boarding, the floor may cause deformation or deflection, if the weight of this system is put near the middle of reinforcing crosspieces under the floor, depending on where such crosspieces are located. In this case, make sure to spread out the weight on the floor, using solid boarding sufficient enough to resist the deformation or deflection caused over time. A concrete floor sometimes may be not good enough for horizontal installation, because of an uneven surface. In such a case, make sure to take similar corrective measures so that the floor can be leveled and even. 2) Height of the ceiling Ensure that the distance from the top of this system to the ceiling is at least 30 cm. If there are an air outlet of an airconditioner or a lighting display in the upper area, it is necessary to pay sufficient attention because they may cause problems due to dust, temperature, humidity and water droplets. Moreover, when the system is going to be fully covered with furnishings, make sure to provide a process to eliminate the heat accumulated on the top panel. Otherwise, it may cause problems. 3) Front space It is possible to pull out the PDP main body forward using the sliding frame. For maintenance, make sure to provide a sufficient working space on the front side. 4) Space on both sides and backside, and fan unit They all depend on the installation conditions. Make sure to follow the installation conditions as shown in the operating environment requirements. For a fan unit, see the attached standard specification and drawing. 5) Stacking units It is possible to vertically install up to four units. For installation of up to three units, make sure to use a base plate and cradles, and take measures to prevent shifting. Moreover, when you are going to vertically install four units of displays, make sure to use anchor bolts for secure installation.
Always install from above the filter.
8. Maintenance The filter surface is delicate, due to its special antiglare coating. To clean the filter surface, brush dust from the surface and wipe with a soft cloth. Do not
6. The metal fixture installed (as seen from the back of the plasma display)
use hard or abrasive materials, such as tissue paper. Use of solvents such as benzene or thinner will damage and discolor the filter coating.
If the inside of the filter becomes dirty, unscrew the decorative screws and remove the filter. In this case, unscrew the bottom screws first. Handling the filter carefully, clean the inside surface in the same way as for the outer surface. Install the filter by reversing the above procedures, beginning by first tightening the decorative screws on the top. Make sure the screws are adequately tightened.
How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4001 PDA-4002)
4.13.3 Mounting the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with PDA-4002 mounted
To attach the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with the PDA-4002 mounted, tighten along with the filter-supporting metal fixture, as shown below.
Hexagonal socket head button bolt (M8 x M18) (supplied with the PDA4002) Hexagonal socket head button bolt (M8 x M18) (supplied with the PDA4002)
M8 wave washers (supplied with the PDK-4005)
Hexagonal socket head button bolt (M8 x M18) (supplied with the PDA4002)
In this case, use both the hexagonal socket-head button bolt (M8 x 18) and the washer supplied with the PDA-4002. If the PDK-4005 is tightened using the hexagonal socket-head button bolt (M8 x 14) supplied with the PDK-4005, the screw is too short to provide sufficient strength. To ensure safe operation, use the Caution M8 x 18 bolt.
How to mount standard optional items (PDP-S03-LR)
4.14 Speaker system: PDP-S03-LR
4.14.1 Before operation
The speaker's nominal impedance is 8. Connect to a stereo amplifier capable of driving loads ranging from 4 to 16. Observe the following precautions to protect the speaker from damage caused by high input. Do not apply inputs higher than the recommended level. Turn off power to the amplifier before inserting or removing the pin-plug. Do not turn up audio volume beyond recommended levels, when increasing the high-frequency output with a graphic equalizer. Particularly with relatively low-capacity amplifiers, do not drive close to their rated maximums. (Doing so will produce square waves that can destroy tweeters. ) Handle the speaker grilles and cabinet carefully to prevent damage caused by shock. To protect the speaker from excessive input and abnormal signals, the system contains an automatic return-type protective device. When excessive input is applied to the speaker, the protective device activates to kill sound output. If this occurs, decrease the amplifier volume. The sound should return in 5 to 10 seconds.
SET : EXIT
If NO has been selected, SET:EXIT will be displayed here. If YES has been selected, SET:INIT will be displayed.
Adjust the picture quality concerning the selected item.
1 In case of CONTRAST and BRIGHT: 2 In case of CLK.FRQ., CLK PHS., HOR.POS. and
CONTRAST : ADJ. SET : EXIT
VER.POS.: To return to the step-2 screen, press the SET button.
Repeat steps 2 through 4 to adjust the other items.
+10 SET : EXIT
When you have completed the setting, return to the normal screen.
When the interlaced signals such as NTSC, PAL(PDP Return to the normal screen. V402E only), etc. are input from the RGB input terminal, adjust the HOR. POS. and VER. POS. (horizontal and vertical positions) so that the image becomes positioned in the center of the screen. The picture may not be reproduced properly if the positions are altered extremely from the original ones.
2) Video or Y/C Input Switch to the MENU screen.
The currently selected item will be displayed in purple.
Choose the item to be adjusted.
P I CTURE PARAMETER CONTRAST BR I GHT. COLOR T I NT SHARPNESS I N I T. SET : SEL. MENU : EX I T
<PAL> (PDP-V402E only)
P I CTURE PARAMETER CONTRAST BR I GHT. COLOR SHARPNESS I N I T. SET : SEL. MENU : EX I T
P I CTURE PARAMETER CONTRAST BR I GHT. COLOR T I NT SHARPNESS I N I T.
SET : SEL. MENU : EX I T
Make adjustments for each item as follows: CONTRAST. Adjusts the contrast of the picture according to the brightness of the environment so that you can watch the picture easier. BRIGHT.. Adjusts the brightness of the picture so that you can watch the darker parts of the picture, (such as night scenes and dark hair), easier. COLOR. Adjusts the color of the picture as desired. (Set it to a little lower position than that you want, to obtain natural pictures.) TINT.. Adjusts the tint of the picture so that the face color looks natural. (Possible to adjust when the NTSC signal is inputted.) SHARPNESS. Normally set to their center values. But if you want images to be displayed in softer tones, adjust it to the left from the center position. INIT. Returns the above picture settings to their center values. *1 *1 When you select INIT. , the message on the right is displayed. Select YES or NO by using the 2 or 3 button.
T I NT : ADJ. SET : EXIT
Selecting YES and pressing the SET button sets back all picture quality settings to their default values. When NO is selected, all settings will remain as they are.
If masked display is used for extended periods, the unmasked and masked areas of the display may begin to exhibit slightly different display characteristics, as a result of varying rates of phosphor deterioration. For example, on a masked display receiving NTSC signals that rarely displays a full-screen 480 lines, the top and bottom masked sections will experience no phosphor deterioration, resulting in possible differences in luminance and white-balance from the image area. Depending on the input source, the display may exhibit some anomalies when the mask is removed, such as a wavering display at the top on the screen.
14) MP (Motion Picture) mode-setting mode
M O D E O N O F F
This function is valid only for PC-9800, VGA, and MAC input signals (and for NTSC inputs double-rate-converted from RGB-1 and RGB-2 terminals). With the remote control, use the 5 and buttons to select the item to be set, and confirm your selection with the SET button. With the operation panel, select the item with the + and buttons, then confirm your selection with the SET button. This function allows the selection appropriate for image-sequence processing or for stills or animations. Select ON for stills and OFF for animations. MP mode When animations such as those used in games are reproduced in the input of non-interlaced signals, including noninterlaced computer signals, the stripe-like shadow may appear in parts of the resulting image. Known as pseudocontour, this phenomenon results from the method of gradation expression used to express. Changing the MP mode to ON can greatly reduce pseudo-contour, though gradation expression may be less sharp, depending on the particular input signal. 172
15) FULL MASK setting
F U L L
E X I T R E D G R E E N B L U E Y E L L O W M A G E N T A C Y A N W H I T E
Operation is the same as with other input functions. With the remote control, use the 5 and buttons to select the item to be set, and confirm your selection with the SET button. With the operation panel, select the item with the + and - buttons, then confirm your selection with the SET button. For example, if WHITE is selected and the set button is pressed, the control screen is displayed as white regardless of the input signal. During this time, neither PLAY operation or On Screen Display can be used. To reset, press the set button again or turn the power OFF/ON using the remote control or the main operation panel. (Note: Use this for aging, panel burnout reduction, etc.) (Note): When FULL MASK setting is performed with RS-232C, data is saved as the latest data in the memory. In this case, to cancel the setting, select <AJY> with RS-232C followed by the cancel command <FMN>.
4) GS2 (GET STATUS 2) - The status of each setting is output in the following format: (1) STX (02H) (2) MP mode setting status Example: MPY: Indicates MP mode ON. (3) NTSC Top/Bottom mask-mode setting status Example: NMG: Indicates Gray Mask On. (4) PC98 mask-mode setting status Example: MKB: Indicates mask setting of black. (5) FAN rotation state Example: FCH: High rpm FCL: Low rpm (6) ETX (03H) (3 BYTE): Output by command name. (3 BYTE): Output by command name. (3 BYTE): Output by command name. (3 BYTE)
5.5 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK
To prevent tampering following installation, invoke KEY LOCK status to prevent use of the main-body operation panel or the remote control. (RS-232C commands are valid.) If an attempt is made to use the operation panel or the remote control, the screen displays KEY LOCK at the top right. The system is factory-set to KEY UNLOCK to enable use of the operation panel and the remote control.
5.5.2 Setting method
KEY LOCK status can be set in two ways. 1) Operation panel of the main body (hidden button) Press the KEY LOCK/UNLOCK button located in the opening between the STANDBY/ON button and INPUT button. The button toggles between KEY LOCK and KEY UNLOCK settings. 2) RS-232C commands Activate RS-232C adjustment mode and send a <KLY> command to set for KEY LOCK status, or send a <KLN> command to set for KEY UNLOCK.
6.1 Pseudo contour
When input function is RGB 1 or RGB 2, and a gradation image (such as human face and skin) moves at a speed, the stripe-like shadow may appear in that image. This stripe-like shadow is known as the pseudo contour. This phenomenon is an illusion of human eyes attributable to the gradation expression method peculiar to the plasma display. This phenomenon does not appear in stills picture images. The problem of this noise (pseudo contour) has been solved by using PIONEERs unique driving system, and achieved high picture quality (particularly, for animation).Note that this technology is effective, only when operation is for NTSC (interlace signal) and computer images (no-interlace signal), with MP mode ON. Therefore, when the following signals are inputted, this phenomenon may appears when MP mode is OFF: VGA animation signal (when a high speed game software and video CD play on PC. NTSC double scanning signal (using double raster, etc.)
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