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|Tribler||4:43pm on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|Sharp screen, great contrast, wide viewing angle, Pivot and Height Adjustments, DVI and Analog inputs. Some question on spec. for response rate.|
|Janw||6:25am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|Ive bought a few CRT monitors over the years and thought it was time to go over to LCD. Ive bought a few CRT monitors over the years and thought it was time to go over to LCD. I bought this monitor 2 weeks ago after reading many reviews. I immediately put it to the test - games (Unreal II.|
|hedgehog||4:26pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
|Is actually amazing! I bought the Samsung SM173P around 5 months ago for 230 and although this was quite expensive for the average LCD monitor. Speak of this monitor the Samsung Syncmaster 173 P.|
|Kristy||11:40am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|received my 173P via FedEx today...this lcd is unbelievable, completely blows my 19" CRT away. a perfect, bright display.|
|Godchum||2:31am on Saturday, June 19th, 2010|
|Outstanding monitor I had a dual monitor setup with 2 CRTs. Excellent Item - Worth every penny I was looking for something that gives me the quality of an apple monitor without the expense. This LCD Monitor Rocks! The Samsung 173P is easy to set up. Just take it out of the box, plug in the power.|
|Kennersgr8||4:51pm on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010|
|This LCD Monitor Rocks! The Samsung 173P is easy to set up. Just take it out of the box, plug in the power.|
|totanec||10:06pm on Tuesday, April 13th, 2010|
|I just loved this monitor, its sleek and clea... Sleek design, good image quality, nice on/off switch kinda expensive, not for gamers|
|ginkyo||9:07am on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Samsung SyncMaster 173P LCD Color Monitor is a high resolutions display monitor for your computer. It comes in a sleek design with a swivel stand.|
|FaLa||10:01pm on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|Stunning image quality and design, viewing angle, stand adjustment range. Expensive, software based adjustments. I looked at a lot of different LCD monitors when I purchased a new computer recently. My first concern was top image quality for editing photographs. I bought a 173P from www.bcd2000.com on Nov. 24, 2003; received it on Nov. 26, 2003. BCD2000 has a 0 defective pixels policy.|
|thomas_funke||6:09am on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010|
|pivot for word documents, excellent image quality, easy calibration, looks stunning slightly more expensive than your average 17" LCD Samsung with style|
|mhewitt||8:33pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|This is such a great monitor at an awesome price. I love the ability to move the monitor arround. Beautiful monitor, both the screen display and the styling.|
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SyncMaster 750p SyncMaster 950p SyncMaster 950p
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Information in this document is subject to change without notice. 1999 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. Reproduction in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is strictly forbidden. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. The Samsung logo and SyncMaster are registered trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.; Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation; VESA, DPMS and DDC are registered trademarks of Video Electronics Standard Association; the ENERGY STAR name and logo are registered trademarks of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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Safety Instructions. 2 Unpacking Your Monitor. 3 Setting up Your Monitor. 4 Connecting Your Monitor. 4 Plug and Play. 5 Installing the Video Driver. 5 Windows 2000 and Windows 98. 5 Windows 95. 6 Self-Test Feature Check (STFC). 6 Getting Help. 7 Warm-up Time. 7 Adjusting Your Monitor. 8 User Controls. 8 Automatic Save. 9 Direct-Access Feature. 9 OSD Lock/Unlock. 9 Information. 10 Menu Features. 11 Position. 11 Size. 12 Zoom. 12 Parallel/Rotation. 13 Pincushion/Trapezoid. 13 Pinbalance. 14 Linearity. 14 Color. 15 Clear Moire. 16 Focus. 16 Degauss. 17 Recall. 18 User-Delete. 18 Sync. Input Type. 19 Video Input Level. 19 D-SUB/BNC. 20 Menu Position. 20 Menu Duration. 21 Languages. 21 Appendix. 22 PowerSaver. 22 Troubleshooting. 23 Specifications. 24 Pin Assignments. 26 Display Modes. 27 Index. 28
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Before connecting the AC power cord to the DC adapter outlet, make sure the voltage designation of the DC adapter corresponds to the local electrical supply. Never insert anything metallic into the monitor openings. Doing so may create the danger of electric shock. To avoid electric shock, never touch the inside of the monitor. Only a qualified technician should open the monitors case. Never use your monitor if the power cord has been damaged. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord, and keep the cord away from areas where people can trip over it. Be sure to hold the plug, not the cord, when disconnecting the monitor from an electric socket. Openings in the monitor cabinet are provided for ventilation. To prevent overheating, these openings should not be blocked or covered. Also, avoid using the monitor on a bed, sofa, rug, or other soft surface. Doing so may block the ventilation openings in the bottom of the cabinet. If you put the monitor in a bookcase or some other enclosed space, be sure to provide adequate ventilation. Put your monitor in a location with low humidity and a minimum of dust. Do not expose the monitor to rain or use it near water (In kitchens, near swimming pools, etc.). If the monitor accidentally gets wet, unplug it and contact an authorized dealer immediately. You can clean the monitor with a damp cloth when necessary, but be sure to unplug the monitor first. Place the monitor on a solid surface and treat it carefully. The screen is made of glass and can be damaged if dropped or hit sharply. Locate your monitor near an easily accessible AC outlet. If your monitor does not operate normally in particular, if there are any unusual sounds or smells coming from it unplug it immediately and contact an authorized dealer or service center. High temperature can cause problems. Dont use your monitor in direct sunlight, and keep it away from heaters, stoves, fireplaces, and other sources of heat. Unplug the monitor when it is going to be left unused for an extended period of time. Unplug your monitor from the AC outlet before any service.
RISK OF ELECRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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Please make sure the following items are included with your monitor. If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
CD-ROM Manual Power Cord Warranty Card (Not available in all areas)
Monitor and Stand
Unpacking Your Monitor
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Setting up Your Monitor
Connecting Your Monitor
Figure 1. Cable connections
Turn off your computer and unplug its power cord. Connect the signal cable to the D-SUB or BNC signal port on the back of your monitor. If you are using an IBM-compatible computer, skip to step 5. If you are using a Macintosh computer, connect the other end of the signal cable to a Macintosh adapter. Follow the instructions included with your adapter to set the pins on your adapter, if necessary. Connect the signal cable (with an adapter, if necessary) to the video port on the back of your computer. This port might be directly attached to your computer, or it might be part of a video adapter, video card, or graphics card. Connect the power cord for your monitor to the power port on the back of the monitor. Plug the power cords of your computer and your monitor into a nearby outlet. Turn on your computer and monitor. If your monitor displays an image, installation is complete.
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Plug and Play
Our adoption of the new VESA Plug and Play solution eliminates complicated and time consuming setup. It allows you to install your monitor in a Plug and Play compatible system without the usual hassles and confusion. Your PC system can easily identify and configure itself for use with your display. This monitor automatically tells the PC system its Extended Display Identification (EDID) data using Display Data Channel (DDC) protocols so the PC system can automatically configure itself to use the flat panel display. If your PC system needs a video driver, following the instructions given below according to the operating system your computer uses.
Installing the Video Driver
When prompted by the operating system for the monitor driver, insert the Driver diskette included with this monitor. Driver installation is slightly different from one operating system to another. Follow the directions as appropriate for the operating system you have.
Windows 2000 and Windows 98
Windows 2000 and Windows 98 will auto-detect your new monitor and start the Add New Hardware Wizard if the drivers are not already installed. Click the NEXT button to search for drivers. Check the diskette drive box to install the drivers off the diskette provided with your monitor and click NEXT. Confirm that Windows found the driver on the diskette and click NEXT again to install the driver.
To manually install or update the driver, follow the directions below: Click on START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY SETTINGS tab, ADVANCED, MONITOR tab, CHANGE. This will start the Add New Hardware Wizard. Follow the same directions as given in the steps in the section above.
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To determine the version of WindowsWindows 95 that your computer uses, right click on the My Computer icon on the Windows desktop and select Properties. The version number can be seen on the General section under System:. Follow the directions given below according to the version of your Windows 95 operating system: Version 4.00.950A
Click on START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY SETTINGS tab, CHANGE DISPLAY TYPE, CHANGE, HAVE DISK. Type the diskette drive letter in the box and click OK.
Version 4.00.950B Click on START, SETTINGS, CONTROL PANEL, DISPLAY, ADVANCED PROPERTIES, MONITOR tab, HAVE DISK. Type the diskette letter in the box and click OK.
Self-Test Feature Check (STFC)
Your monitor provides a self test feature that allows you to check whether your monitor is functioning properly. If your monitor and computer are properly connected but the monitor screen remains dark and the power indicator is blinking, run the monitor self-test by performing the following steps:
Turn off both your computer and the monitor. Unplug the video cable from the back of the computer. Turn on the monitor.
If the monitor is functioning properly, you will see a white box with a red border and black text inside as shown in the following illustration:
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Check Signal Cable
Figure 2. Monitor self test screen The three boxes inside the border are red, green and blue. Failure of any of the boxes to appear indicates a problem with your monitor. This box also appears during normal operation if the video cable becomes disconnected or damaged.
Turn off your monitor and reconnect the video cable; then turn on both your computer and the monitor.
If your monitor screen remains blank after using the previous procedure, check your video controller and computer system; your monitor is functioning properly.
If your monitor does not display an image, check your cable connections and refer to Troubleshooting on page 23.
All monitors need time to become thermally stable the first time you turn them on each day. Therefore, to achieve more accurate adjustments for parameters, allow the monitor to warm (be on) for at least 30 minutes before making any screen adjustments.
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Adjusting Your Monitor
Your samsung SyncMaster computer monitor allows you to easily adjust the characteristics of the image being displayed. All of these adjustments are made using the control buttons on the front of the monitor. These buttons operate the on-screen menu, which shows you the monitors settings and allows you to change those settings.
1 Figure 3. User control locations
Information ( i ) button Use this button to show the horizontal and vertical frequencies and the resolution received from your computer or video board. EXIT ( ) button Use this button to Exit the active menu or the OSD. , , , buttons These buttons allow you to highlight and adjust items in the menu. All menus automatically save your adjustments 3 seconds after you stop adjusting the setting. MENU ( ) button Use this button to open the OSD and activate a highlighted menu item. Brightness This rotary control adjusts the overall brightness of the display image. Rotate the control to the left to increase the level of brightness, or to the right to decrease the brightness. Contrast This rotary control adjusts the monitors contrast. Rotate the rotary control to the left to increase the contrast between dark colors and light colors, or move it to the right to decrease the contrast.
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Power indicator This light glows green during normal operation, and blinks amber once as the monitor saves your adjustments. Power button Use this button to turn the monitor on and off.
Whenever you open the on-screen menu and allow an adjustment window to remain active for about 3 seconds without pressing another button, the monitor automatically saves any adjustments you have made. These changes are saved into a user area in the monitor. User areas are reserved according to the signal frequency from your computer. The monitor can save adjustments for up to 10 user modes. It has 8 factory preset or preload modes, one for each signal frequency as listed in Display Modes on page 27. If you have made no adjustments, the on-screen menu disappears and the monitor does not save anything. To exit without saving the changes you have made, press the EXIT ( ) button before the 3 seconds elapse.
The feature described on this page and the next page can be accessed quickly, at the touch of one button. When you finish making adjustments to a feature, push the EXIT ( ) button to turn off the menu or allow the OSD to time out and disappear automatically.
C o n t rol L o c k
L o c ke d
Allows you to secure the current control settings so that they cannot be inadvertently changed. You can unlock the OSD controls at any time by using the same procedure.
Push and hold the MENU ( ) button for 10 seconds or more to Lock or to Unlock.
U n l o c ke d
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I n fo r m a t i o n F re q u e n c y R a n g e : H: 30-110kHz V: - 0 H z R e c o m m e n d e d Tim i n g : 1280x1024 / 85Hz Serial Number:
The Information on this screen shows available horizontal and vertical frequencies and display resolution.
With the menu off, push the i button once to see information about your monitor. The current Horizontal/Vertical frequencies received from the computer or video board is displayed along the bottom. Push the i button once more to see the user defined timing mode. Scroll down with the button to display the factory preset timings.
Note: These screens do not allow any changes to the settings; they are for information only.
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The following features can all be accessed using your monitors on-screen menu system. Follow the instructions below to adjust the features. Once you are finished making adjustments to a feature, push the EXIT button to return to the main menu then push EXIT again to turn off the menu.
Po si ti on / S iz e Po si t io n S iz e Z oom
Follow these instructions to change the position of the monitors entire display.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Position / Size screen is displayed. Push the button or Position. button to select
: Access Function
Pos it io n
: P rev i o u s
Push the button to open the Position adjustment screen. Use the and buttons to change the vertical position of the monitors viewing area; use the and buttons to change the horizontal position of the monitors viewing area.
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Follow these instructions to change the size of the monitors entire display.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Position / Size screen is displayed. Push the Size. button or button to select
Push the button to open the Size adjustment screen. Use the and buttons to change the vertical Size of the monitors viewing area; use the and buttons to change the horizontal Size of the monitors viewing area.
Follow these instructions to get a close-up or a longshot view of the monitors viewing area.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Position / Size screen is displayed. Push the Zoom. button or button to select
Push the button to open the Zoom adjustment screen. Use the button to decrease the screen viewing area. Use the button to enlarge the screen viewing area.
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Geometry Par a l l e l / R o t a t i o n Pincushion/Trapezoid Pinbalance Linearity
Adjust the parallelogram setting when the display is leaning left or right; adjust the rotation setting when the entire display is tilted left or right.
Par a l l e l / R o t a t i o n
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Geometry screen is displayed. Push the button or Parallel/Rotation. button to select
Push the button to open the Parallel/ Rotation adjustment screen. Use the button or button to adjust the parallel setting; use the button or button to adjust the rotation setting.
Adjust the pincushion setting when the sides of the display are bowed in or bowed out; adjust the trapezoid setting when the top or bottom of the display is too large or small.
P i n c u s h i o n / Tr a p e z o i d
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Geometry screen is displayed. Push the button or button to select Pincushion/Trapezoid. Push the button to open the Pincushion/Trapezoid adjustment screen. Use the button or button to adjust the pincushion setting; use the button or button to adjust the trapezoid setting.
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Adjust the pinbalance setting when the sides of the display are bowed towards the left or right.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Geometry screen is displayed. Push the button or Pinbalance. button to select
53 : P rev i o u s
Push the button to open the Pinbalance adjustment screen. Use the button or pinbalance setting. button to adjust the
Adjust the linearity setting when the display image is compressed at the left, right or top, bottom.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Geometry screen is displayed. Push the button or Linearity. button to select
44 : P rev i o u s
Push the button to open the Linearity adjustment screen. Use the button or vertical Linearity. button to adjust the
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Color Color1 Color2 Color3
Color temperature is a measure of the warmth of the image colors. The available range is between 5000 to 9300K. Follow these steps to change the color temperature and adjust individual R, G, B color control.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Color screen is displayed. Use the button or button to select Color 1, Color 2, or Color 3. Push the button to open the Color 1, Color 2, or Color 3 adjustment screen. The current color temperature is shown highlighted between 9300 and 5000K. Use the button or button to adjust the color temperature. Adjust the color temperature as close to the desired temperature as possible using only the and buttons. To fine tune the color hue, use the or button to select R(ed), G(reen), or B(lue), then use the and buttons until you reach the desired color.
9300 9300K 5000 R G B : P rev i o u s
9300 6500K 5000 R G B : P rev i o u s 50
9300 5000K 5000 R G B : P rev i o u s 50
Note: Recall does not reset the color settings.
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S c re e n Clear Moir Fo c u s
A moir pattern can appear on your screen, looking like a series of concentric circles or arcs. To eliminate this pattern, use the clear moir adjustments.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push the button or Clear Moir. button to select
Push the button to open the clear moir adjustment screen. Use the button or button to adjust horizontal moir; use the button or button to adjust vertical moir.
Use the focus control when the image displayed on the screen is not sharp in all areas.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Screen OSD is displayed. Push the Focus. button or button to select
Foc u s
Fv Fh Fv Fh
Push the button to open the Focus adjustment screen. Use the button or button to adjust the focus along the left and right areas of the screen. Use the button or button to adjust the center area of the screen.
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A d va n c ed D eg a u s s R ec a l l +++ S y n c. I n p u t Ty p e G Vi d e o I n p u t L eve l D-SUB/BNC : Access Function Degauss
The Degauss feature will remove color impurities caused by magnetic fields. Do not use the Degauss feature more than once within a 30-minute period.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Advanced screen is displayed. Push the button or Degauss. button to select
D e g a u s s i n g.
Push the button to execute the degauss function. The degaussing screen will appear.
NOTE: The monitor may buzz momentarily, the image colors may change and the image will jiggle for a few seconds. These effects are normal.
After a few seconds, the degauss main menu will return.
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A d van c e d Degauss Recall +++ S y n c. I n p u t Ty p e G Vid e o I n p u t L eve l D-SUB/BNC : Access Function Recall
Use the recall feature to reset these monitor settings to their original levels: Position, Size, Pincushion, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Pinbalance, Rotation, and Clear moir.
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Advanced screen is displayed. Push the Recall. button or button to select
Push the button to open the recall selection screen. Push the button to select YES. If you dont want to reset the monitor, use the button to select NO.
:P rev i o u s
NOTE: If you have selected YES, all settings listed above will be reset. All other settings will remain the same. CAUTION: This operation resets all of the data in the user memory area for the current timing signal.
Push and hold EXIT ( seconds. ) button for at least 5
CAUTION: This operation resets all of the data in the user memory area. If this occurs, you must remake your user adjustmensts.
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Sync. Input Type
A d van c e d Degauss Recall +++ S y n c. I n p u t Ty p e G Vid e o I n p u t L eve l D-SUB/BNC : Access Function S y n c. I n p u t Typ e Separate S y n c. o n G re e n
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Menu screen is displayed. Push the button or Menu Duration. button to select
Push the button to open the menu duration selection screen. Use the or buttons to select 3, 7, 10, 20, or 50 seconds. 10 seconds is the default value.
Follow these steps to change the language used in the menu. The language chosen affects only the language of the OSD. It has no effect on any software running on the computer.
Languages Deutsch English
With the menu off, push the button. Push the button or button until the Menu screen is displayed. Push the button or Languages. button to select
Push the button to open the language selection screen. Use the button or button to select the language you would like to use. You can choose one of nine languages (English, Korean, Russian, Swedish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Spanish, or German).
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This monitor has a built-in power management system called PowerSaver. This power management system saves energy by switching your monitor into a low-power mode when it has not been used for a certain amount of time. The available modes are On, Standby, Suspend, and Off. This power management system operates with a VESA DPMS compliant video card installed in your computer. You use a software utility installed on your computer to set up this feature. See the table below for details. Table 1. Power-saving modes
State Normal Operation Active Active Active Green Power-Saving Function mode (EPA/NUTEK) Standby Mode Inactive Active Blanked Amber Suspend Mode Position A1 Active Inactive Blanked Amber/Green Blinking (0.5 sec interval) Power-off Mode Position A2 Inactive Inactive Blanked Amber Blinking (1 sec interval)
Horizontal Sync Vertical Sync Video Power Indicator Power Consumption
750p : 120W (Max.) 100W (Nom.) 60W(Nom.) 950p / 950p PLUS : 130W (Max.) 110W (Nom.)
Less than 15W
Less than 3W
NOTE: This monitor automatically returns to normal operation when horizontal and vertical sync return. This occurs when you move the computers mouse or press a key on the keyboard. This monitor is EPA ENERGY STAR compliant and NUTEK compliant when used with a computer equipped with VESA DPMS functionality. For energy conservation, turn your monitor OFF when it is not needed, or when leaving it unattended for long periods.
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Before calling for service, check the information in this section to see if you can remedy any problems yourself. If you do need assistance, please call the phone number on the warranty card, the phone number on the back cover of this manual, or contact your dealer. Table 2. Troubleshooting problems
Symptom There is no screen image No Connection, Check Signal Cable appears Sync. Out of Range appears Corrective Actions
Check to see that both the monitor and the computer are plugged in and turned on. Check the signal cable connections between the computer and the monitor. Check the maximum resolution and the frequency on the video port of your computer. Compare these values with the data in the Display Modes Timing chart, on page 27. Adjust the Brightness or Contrast settings. Adjust the Size settings. Activate the Degauss feature. The monitor is using its power management system. Check the power management utility on your computer You can download the driver from the internet at http: //www.samsungelectronics. com/support/ downloads/monitor/index.html
The image is too light or too dark The image is too large or too small The colors are distorted with dark or shadowed areas The power indicator is amber, amber/ green blinking or amber blinking You need the monitor driver software
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Table 3. Specifications : 750p
Picture Tube 43 cm (17") Full square type [40.6 cm(16) Viewable] Flat face, 90 Deflection Dot pitch : 0.22mm (H) / 0.13mm (V) Anti-reflection coating with anti-electrostatic properties Medium-short persistence phosphor Horizontal: Vertical: Unlimited Colors Horizontal: Vertical: 1600 Dots 1200 Lines 30 kHz to 96 kHz (Automatic) 50 Hz to 160 Hz (Automatic)
Synchronization Display Colors Maximum Resolution Active Display
Horizontal: mm (12.05" 0.12) Vertical: mm (9.06" 0.12) (Active display size is dependent upon signal timing and image size selection.) Video signal: Analog video 0.7 Vpp positive at 75 Separate sync.: TTL Level, positive or negative Composite sync.: TTL Level, positive or negative Sync-on-green: Composite sync 0.3 Vpp negative (Video 0.7 Vpp positive) 205 MHz AC 100-240 V 10%, 60 Hz/50 Hz 3 Hz 120 W (Maximum) Unit: 415.0 x 430.3 x 438 mm; 17.7 kg 16.3 x 16.9 x 17.2 inch; 39.0 Ibs Carton: 535.0 x 566.0 x 555 mm; 20.7 kg 21.1 x 22.3 x 21.9 inch; 45.6 Ibs (All measurements approximate) Operating Temperature:32F to 104F (0C to 40C) Humidity: 10% to 80% Storage Temperature: -4F to 113F(-20C to 45C) Humidity: 5% to 95%
Input Signal, Terminated
Maximum Pixel Clock Power Supply Power Consumption Dimensions/Weight (W x D x H)
NOTE: Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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Table 3. Specifications : 950p / 950p Plus
Picture Tube 48.2 cm (19") Full square type [45.8 cm (18.0) Viewable] Flat face, 90 Deflection Dot pitch : 0.22mm (H) / 0.14mm (V) Anti-reflection coating with anti-electrostatic properties Medium-short persistence phosphor Horizontal: Vertical: Unlimited Colors 950p: 30 kHz to 96 kHz 950p: 50 Hz to 160 Hz 950p Plus : 30 kHz to 110 kHz 950p Plus : 50 Hz to 160 Hz
Synchronization Display Colors
Maximum Resolution Horizontal: 1600 Dots Vertical: 1200 Lines Active Display Horizontal: mm (13.85" 0.12) Vertical: mm (10.39" 0.12) (Active display size is dependent upon signal timing and image size selection.) Video signal: Analog video 0.7 Vpp positive at 75 Separate sync.: TTL Level, positive or negative Composite sync.: TTL Level, positive or negative Sync-on-green: Composite sync 0.3 Vpp negative (Video 0.7 Vpp positive) 950p Plus: 240 MHz
Maximum Pixel Clock 950p: 205 MHz Power Supply Power Consumption Dimensions/Weight (W x D x H)
AC 100-240 V 10%, 60 Hz/50 Hz 3 Hz 130 W (Maximum) Unit: 469.0 x 493.5 x 471 mm; 21.7 kg 18.5 x 19.4 x 18.5 inch; 47.8 Ibs Carton: 572 x 590 x 580 mm; 25.3 kg 22.5 x 23.2 x 22.8 inch; 55.8 Ibs (All measurements approximate) Operating Temperature:32F to 104F (0C to 40C) Humidity: 10% to 80% Storage Temperature: -4F to 113F(-20C to 45C) Humidity: 5% to 95%
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Table 4. 15-Pin D-SUB connector
Sync. Type Pin No. 15 15-Pin Side of the Signal Cable (Figure 1) Separate Red Green Blue GND DDC Return GND-R GND-G GND-B Reserved GND-Sync./SelfRaster GND DDC Data H-Sync. V-Sync. DDC Clock Composite Red Green Blue GND DDC Return GND-R GND-G GND-B Reserved GND-Sync./SelfRaster GND DDC Data H-Sync. Not Used DDC Clock Sync on Green Red Green+Sync. Blue GND DDC Return GND-R GND-G GND-B Reserved GND-Sync./SelfRaster GND DDC Data Not Used Not Used DDC Clock Cable Adapter (Figure 2) Apple MacII GND-R Red H/V Sync. Sense 0 Green GND-G Sense 1 Reserved Blue Sense 2 GND V-Sync. GND-B GND H-Sync.
Figure 1: Male Type
Figure 2: Male Type
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Table 5. BNC Connectors
Pin Assignment R G B H/V V Sync-On-Green Red Green+Sync. Blue NC NC Signals Composite Sync. Red Green+Sync. Blue H/V Comp. Sync. NC Separate Sync. Red Green Blue H-Sync. V-Sync.
NC = No Connection
For the display modes listed below, the screen image has been optimized during manufacture. Table 6. Preset timing modes
Display Mode Horizontal Frequency (kHz) 31.469 31.469 53.674 60.023 68.677 79.976 91.146 93.750 106.250 49.726 68.681 Vertical Frequency (Hz) 70.087 59.940 85.061 75.029 84.997 75.025 85.024 75.000 85.000 74.551 75.062 Pixel Clock (MHz) 28.322 25.175 56.250 78.750 94.500 135.000 157.500 202.500 229.500 57.284 100.000 Sync Polarity (H/V) /+ / +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ +/+ / / 27
IBM, VGA2, 720 x 400 IBM, VGA3, 640 x 480 VESA, 800 x 600 VESA, 1024 x 768 (750p) VESA, 1024 x 768 VESA, 1280 x 1024 VESA, 1280 x 1024 VESA, 1600 x 1200 (950p) VESA, 1600 x 1200 (950p Plus) MAC. 832 x 624 (750p) MAC. 1152 x 870 (950p/950p Plus)
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Advanced, 17 Automatic Save, 9 BNC, 20 Brightness, 8 CAUTION, 2 Clear moire, 16 Color, 15 Contrast, 8 Degauss, 17 D-SUB, 20
OSD Lock/Unlock, 9 Parallelogram, 13 Pinbalance, 14 Pincushion, 13 Position, 11 Position/Size, 11 Power, 22 Power button, 9 Power indicator, 9 Power-off Mode, 22 Power-saving modes, 22 Preset timing modes, 27 Recall, 18 Rotation, 13 Screen, 16 Size, 12 Standby Mode, 22 Suspend Mode, 22 Sync. input type, 19 Sync. Out of Range, 23 Trapezoid, 13 Troubleshooting, 23
EXIT ( Focus, 16
) button, 8
Geometry, 13 Information, 10 Information ( i ) button, 8 Languages, 21 Linearity, 14 MENU, 21 MENU ( ) button, 8 Menu duration, 21 Menu position, 20
User Controls, 8 User delete, 18 Video input level, 19 Zoom, 12
No Connection, Check Signal Cable, 23
Wednesday, December 22, 1999
The Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement includes the following warning: Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television receptions, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: s Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. s Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. s Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. s Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
IC Compliance Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations of ICES003. Cet appareil Numrique de classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Rglemont ICES-003 sur les quipements produisant des interfrences au Canada.
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