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When the Apple Power Macintosh Please refer to the operation manuals of your computer and video cards for further details. TAR ® As an E partner, NEC has determined that this product meets the NERGY TAR ® guidelines for energy efficiency. NERGY NOTES: For ergonomic reasons, it is recommended not to use blue characters on a dark background.
Federal Communications Commission Requirements This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices, 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.
WARNING • DO NOT OPEN THE MONITOR. There are no user serviceable parts inside and opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous shock hazards or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. • Do not damage the power cord (ex, placing any heavy objects on the power cord). The damage to the cord may cause shock or fire.
Features High-quality liquid crystal panel • The 15 inch (0.297 mm pixel pitch) panel and anti-glare hard coating enables low reflection, anti-static, high-resolution and high-contrast characteristics and equivalent of 16.19 million colors display (full-color) is also possible. • Bass-reflex type stereo speakers (1 W +1 W) are used for bass reproduction. Plug &...
Names and Functions Front Operation Parts Rear view and Side view Power Switch This switch sets the power on and off. USB-DOWN Stream Port Used to connect cables from USB- compatible devices. USB-UP Stream Port Used to connect the accessory USB cable. AC inlet Connect the AC power cord.
Connections The connection method differs depending on the type of computer the monitor is connected to. Refer to the following page to connect the monitor. When other types of computers are used, refer to their operation manual for the correct connection procedures.
Using the Multi-media Functions Your personal computer must have a voice input / output function. Always use the accessory cable provided. Using the Speakers Prepare the speaker cable (accessory) and connect as shown in the illustration below. To an IBM PC or Compatible To a Macintosh * The shape of the terminal of your computer may differ from that shown here.
Connecting USB Devices Prepare the accessory USB cord provided. Connect the USB connector (Type A) to the computer. Connect the USB connector (Type B) to the USB Upstream port of the main unit. Connect the cord of the USB device being used to the USB Downstream port of the main unit.
AC Power Cord If the enclosed power supply cord is not used, use a power cord that conforms to the following regional standards. U.S.A..UL Canada ... CSA Germany ... VDE In other regions, for safety please use an AC plug cord that complies with each country’s safety regulations.
On-Screen Display (OSD) Mute and Volume key Adjusts the sound volume for the built-in speakers and the headphone terminals. MENU key This key turns the menu screen on and off. Direct Screen There are three adjustments, contrast and brightness and mute and volume on the direct screen.
Operation Procedures Auto size adjustment 1. Press the MENU key to display the main menu. 2. Press the menu operation keys (v and u) to shift the “s” mark on the menu screen to the auto size ( 3. Use the menu operation key (+ key) to select ON. Auto size adjustment will start operating.
Adjustments Menu Screen The menu screen changes to two different screens according to the screen resolution. The menu screen is displayed by the MENU key. The adjustment items of this unit are displayed as icons. Each icon indicates an adjustment item shown in the figure. When the resolution is 640 400 to 832 When the resolution is 1024...
Adjustment Item Screen V. POSITION The vertical position of the image can be adjusted. V. SIZE *Adjustment items when the resolution is set from 640 The vertical size of the image can be adjusted. After aligning the top edge of the image by the vertical position adjustment, change to the vertical size adjustment and perform the adjustment by the “+”...
Adjustment Item Screen AUTO SIZE The following adjustment items are automatically performed for the signal input from the computer. The horizontal position adjustment, horizontal size adjustment, vertical position adjustment, vertical size adjustment, vertical fine adjustment (V. FINETUNE) and horizontal fine adjustment (H.
Power Management System This monitor conforms to the VESA DPMS standard. This function can suppress power consumption for the display unit. The computer and video board being used must also conform to the VESA DPMS standard. Note: Regarding operation, please consult the Operation Manuals for the hardware being used. Modes change in response to input signals as indicated in the table below.
If problems continue even after the inspections described below are performed, always remove the power plug and contact our dealer. Please observe the following points to ensure safety. Symptom The pilot LED does not Power cord / plug light. Power switch Signal cable Computer (The power saving function might have...
If Trouble Occurs Symptom The display color is Signal cable abnormal. The screen size and Is the input synchronization position do not change. signal within the operating range? The front panel keys fail Are two or more keys to operate. being operated at the same time? The sound is not correct.
Preset Mode Mode Resolution VGA 480 at 60 Hz VGA 400 at 70 Hz 640 480 at 72 Hz 640 480 at 67 Hz 640 480 at 75 Hz 800 600 at 56 Hz 800 600 at 60 Hz 800 600 at 75 Hz 800 600 at 72 Hz 832 624 at 75 Hz 1024 768 at 60 Hz...
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Environmental Requirements Brominated flame retardants Brominated flame retardants are present in printed circuit boards, cables, wires, casings and housings. In turn, they delay the spread of fire. Up to thirty percent of the plastic in a computer casing can consist of flame retardant substances.