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P703 Installation Guide
70" LCD Display
Contents:

Product Description

Type:
Resolution:
Aspect Ratio:
FCC:
Power Consumption:
BTU's:
NOTES:
This document is intended to be used as a reference guide to supply useful information for a design or installation. It is not
intended to be a step-by step procedure for installation.
Any ceilings or walls must be strong enough to support the monitor and the installation must be in accordance with any local
building codes. All mounts should make secure contact to wood studs.
4:3 sources can be displayed on the 16:9 screen in either normal aspect ratio with bars on the left or right, or stretched horizontally
to fill the screen using the menus (see "Aspect Modes" in menus and user manual).
Distances are in inches, for millimeters multiply by 25.4.

Tilt Angle and Rotation

Monitor may be angled and rotated from normal landscape and portrait orientation to both face up and face down positioning. When
orientated in face up or face down position, operating temperature for the unit changes. Rotate only clockwise for portrait orientation.
Operating Temperatures:
Landscape: 5-40° Celsius; 41-104° Fahrenheit
o
Portrait:
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LCD Display
1920 x 1080
16:9
Class B
150W (typ)
511.82 BTU/hour
5-40° Celsius; 41-104° Fahrenheit
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Screen Surface:
Dimensions without stand: 62.5"(W) x 36.2"(H) x 3.4"(D)
Dimensions with stand:
Weight without stand:
Weight with stand:
Current Rating:
Face Up: 5-35° Celsius; 41-95° Fahrenheit
Face Down: 5-35° Celsius; 41-95° Fahrenheit
Anti-Reflective
62.5"(W) x 37.7"(H) x 23.9" (D)
103.6 lbs / 47.0 kg
113.8 lbs / 51.6 kg
3.6A-100-120V,1.5A-220-240V
P703
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Contents: Product Description and Notes Page 1 Tilt Angle and Rotation Page 1 Ventilation Recommendations Page 2 Display Dimensions Page 3 Display Dimensions with stand Page 4...
  • Page 2: Ventilation Recommendations

    The ventilation space should not be covered or closed off at the front of the opening. If for some reason the opening needs to be covered, other means of ventilation will need to be incorporated into the design. Contact NEC for design review and recommendations.
  • Page 3: Display Dimensions

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Display dimensions: www.necdisplay.com P703 Page 3 of 9...
  • Page 4: Display Dimensions With Stand

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Display dimensions (cont.): www.necdisplay.com P703 Page 4 of 9...
  • Page 5 NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Display Dimensions (with ST-801 stand): www.necdisplay.com P703 Page 5 of 9...
  • Page 6: Optional Table Top Stand Dimensions

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Optional Table Top Stand Dimensions (ST-801): www.necdisplay.com P703 Page 6 of 9...
  • Page 7: Dimensions Of Optional Wall Mount (Wmk-3257)

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Dimensions of Optional Wall Mount Kit (WMK-3257): www.necdisplay.com P703 Page 7 of 9...
  • Page 8: Input Terminals

    NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc. P703 Installation Guide 70” LCD Display Rev 1.0 Input Panels: Bottom: Control Codes: NOTE: Contact your NEC rep for codes not listed. NOTE: Use a cross/reverse/null modem cable. Cable Connection: Communication Protocol: Interface: RS-232C Communication System:...
  • Page 9: Browser Control

    Communicating network PC needs to be on the same subnet as display that is being communicated with NOTE: Menus on the left side of the above screenshot can be altered to control the display Menu above is consistent with the P703 even though it states P553 on top www.necdisplay.com P703...