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  • Page 1 Public Information Display User Manual DV555K DV655K DV755K...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Declaration of Conformity ..............3 FCC Declaration of Conformity ................3 CE Declaration of Conformity ................. 4 Safety Information .................5 Warnings ........................ 5 Safety Precautions ....................7 Recommended Use ....................8 Power Management ................9 Package Contents ................10 Installation of Your Display ..............11 Moving Your Display .....................
  • Page 4 Connecting Devices to Your Display ..........24 CONNECTIONS (SIDE): .................. 24 CONNECTIONS (BOTTOM): ................25 Analog Connections ....................26 Digital Connections ....................26 Picture Aspect Ratio ..................... 28 Setting Up an IR Daisy Chain ................29 Setting a Display's Monitor ID Number ............. 29 Connecting Displays for an IR Daisy Chain ............
  • Page 5: Declaration Of Conformity

    The following local Manufacturer /Importer is responsible for this declaration: Product: LCD Monitor Model Number: DV555K; DV655K; DV755K SKU Number: DV555K xxxxxx ; DV655K xxxxxx DV755K xxxxxx (“x” = 0~9, a ~ z, A ~ Z or Blank) Name of Responsible Party: Acer America Corporation Address of Responsible Party: 333 West San Carlos St.
  • Page 6: Ce Declaration Of Conformity

    CE Declaration of Conformity Hereby, Acer Inc., declares that this LCD monitor is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of EMC Directive 2014/30/EU, Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU, and RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU and Directive 2009/125/EC with regard to establishing a framework for the setting of eco-design requirements for energy-related product.
  • Page 7: Safety Information

    Safety Information Warnings This symbol warns user that uninsulated voltage within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause electric shock. Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact with any part inside this unit. This symbol alerts the user that important literature concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit has been included.
  • Page 8 North America European China Japan (USA/Canada/ Union Taiwan) Plug Shape Voltage (110 in Taiwan) When operating a display which requires an AC 125-240V power supply, make sure to use a power supply cord that matches the power supply voltage of the AC power outlet being used. The power supply cord should be connected to an outlet with a grounded connection.
  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    Safety Information Safety Precautions Please note the following when setting up and using the display: • DO NOT OPEN THE DISPLAY. 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.
  • Page 10: Recommended Use

    Recommended Use • For optimum performance, allow 20 minutes for warm-up. • Position the display at a 90° angle to windows and other light sources to minimize glare and reflections. • Clean the display surface with a lint-free, non-abrasive cloth. Avoid using any cleaning solution or glass cleaner.
  • Page 11: Power Management

    Power Management To reduce power, the display supports three power-off methods, for different purposes. Sleep Timer • The user can set the timer to power off the display, regardless of the current source signal status. Sleep Timer options in the OSD menu are: 5 mins, 15 mins, 30 mins, 60 mins, 90 mins, 120 mins, 180 mins, and OFF.
  • Page 12: Package Contents

    Package Contents Your new display should include the following items: Power cord (By regional request) LCD monitor Quick Start Guide Remote Control Remote Control Batteries VGA Cable DVI Cable Optional HDMI Cable DP Cable CVBS Cable 10 | Package Contents...
  • Page 13: Installation Of Your Display

    Installation of Your Display WARNING • For proper installation it is strongly recommended to use a trained, authorized technician. Failure to follow standard mounting procedures could result in damage to the equipment or injury to the user or installer. • Product warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation, remodelling, or natural disasters.
  • Page 14: Mounting Location

    Mounting Location It is important to install the display in a location that allows adequate ventilation around the display, so that heat can properly dissipate away from the display and its mounting accessories. If installing the display onto a ceiling or wall with a mounting bracket, then the ceiling and wall must be strong enough to support the display and its mounting accessories.
  • Page 15: Mounting Equipment

    Mounting Equipment CAUTION This display cannot be used or installed without a support stand or a mounting support accessory. The display is designed for use with the VESA mounting system. When using mounting accessories other than those that are approved by the dealer, they must comply with the VESA- compatible (FDMlv1) mounting method.
  • Page 16 55/65” 400.00mm 75” 400.00mm 3. Make sure there is no gap between the display and the bracket. 4. To ensure safe installation, use two or more brackets to mount the display. Mount the display to at least two points on the installation location. NOTE •...
  • Page 17: Installing For Portrait Or Landscape Orientation

    Installing for Portrait or Landscape Orientation The display can be installed in portrait or landscape orientation. Ensure that the display is oriented as shown in the images below. NOTE • The operating environmental condition (temperature) when the display is in portrait orientation is 0°C to 40°C (32°...
  • Page 18: Display Components

    Display Components Control Panel - Location & Buttons 55/65” 75” MENU button Turns the OSD menu on/off. SOURCE button Toggles between the input sources of your display: [AV], [HDMI1], [HDMI2], [DVI-D], [DP], [VGA], [USB]. Also acts as an INPUT button within the OSD menu. Volume Up button (+) In the OSD menu, acts as the LEFT button to adjust or increase the function.
  • Page 19: Ports & Connectors

    Ports & Connectors SIDE VIEW: 55/65” 75” Audio Out Connects to external speakers, audio amplifiers, etc. or outputs the signal that is supplied to the CVBS/Audio In connector. CVBS/Audio In Connects to the Audio Out connector of a video source such (LINE IN) as a computer, VCR, or DVD player when the display is connected to the source via the VGA In connector.
  • Page 20: Bottom View

    BOTTOM VIEW: 75” 55/65” 10 11 Remote control Receives the signal from the remote control. See also “Using sensor and Power the Remote Control” on page 20. Indicator When the display is in active use the power indicator illuminates GREEN. When the display is powered off it illuminates RED. When a component failure is detected, the indicator will blink RED.
  • Page 21: Remote Control

    Remote Control POWER Switches the power on/off. button SOUND Selects the sound mode options buttons STANDARD, DYNAMIC and CUSTOM. PICTURE Selects the picture mode options button from STANDARD, DYNAMIC, CUSTOM or CINEMA. INFO Displays the current screen button resolution and refresh rate. VOLUME Increases the audio output levels.
  • Page 22: Using The Remote Control

    Using the Remote Control Setting Up the Infrared Remote Control Sensor Before using the infrared 55/65” 75” remote control, the display’s remote control sensor must be positioned. The remote control sensor is the small black box located on the back of left side of the display.
  • Page 23: Preparing Your Display For Use

    Preparing Your Display for Use 1. Install in the desired location. CAUTION MOVING OR INSTALLING THE DISPLAY MUST BE DONE BY TWO OR MORE PEOPLE. Failure to follow this caution may result in injury if the display falls. CAUTION Do not mount or operate the display upside down, face up or face down. IMPORTANT When setting the display down to install the wall mount, place it face down on a flat and stable surface covered by a protective sheet or cloth and a table cushion.
  • Page 24: Operating Your Display

    Operating Your Display Power On and Off Modes 1. Turn the AC switch located at the bottom of the display on. 55/65” 75” AC SWITCH AC SWITCH 2. To power up the display, select either the Power button [ ] on the control panel (A) or the Power button [ ] on the remote control (B).
  • Page 25: Led Power Indicator

    LED Power Indicator Indicator Condition LED (RED) LED (GREEN) Off (=AC Off mode) Off (=DC Off mode) Schedule Standby BLINK BLINK (=System is waiting for wake 0.5s Red ON,Green OFF; up by scheduler which the 0.5s Red OFF,Green ON user has set) Operating Your Display | 23...
  • Page 26: Connecting Devices To Your Display

    Connecting Devices to Your Display Before connecting any equipment: • First turn off the power of all the attached equipment and then make connections to the display. • Refer to the user manual included with each separate piece of equipment. NOTE Do not connect/disconnect cables when turning on the display or when turning on other external equipment as this may result in image loss.
  • Page 27: Connections (Bottom)

    CONNECTIONS (BOTTOM): 55/65” 75” Digital RS232 RS232 Audio DVD/Blu-Ray Player Router External IR Sensor Second Display AV Receiver Input signal Connecting Connecting Connecting audio Input button on name on equipment video terminal terminal remote control source menu DVD/ CVBS Audio In INPUT >...
  • Page 28: Analog Connections

    Analog Connections Connecting with an Analog Video Source: VGA connection: 1. Connect a VGA cable to the VGA In connector. 2. Select VGA using the [SOURCE] button on the display, or the [INPUT] button on the remote control. Once selected, the audio automatically switches to Line In on the display. Audio with a VGA connection: •...
  • Page 29 Audio connection: • For HDMI/DisplayPort, the default setting of audio source is a TMDS signal with HDMI/DP cable. Users can use an external audio source if an audio cable (ø3.5-mm stereo mini) is connected to the CVBS/Audio In connector. Open the OSD Menu and select Sound > Audio Source >...
  • Page 30: Picture Aspect Ratio

    Connecting a Personal Computer: Some display cards with a vertical scanning frequency over 60MHz may display no image or display an image incorrectly. Your display projects the proper image by adjusting the factory preset timing signal automatically. Typical factory preset signal timing: Scanning frequency Resolution Remarks...
  • Page 31: Setting Up An Ir Daisy Chain

    Setting Up an IR Daisy Chain An IR daisy chain allows the user to connect multiple displays and operate them all with one remote control. Below are the steps for setting up and operating an IR daisy chain. Setting a Display's Monitor ID Number To program a unique Monitor ID for each display: 1.
  • Page 32: Controlling A Single Display In The Ir Daisy Chain

    NOTE The maximum amount of displays permitted in an IR daisy chain is 25. Controlling a Single Display in the IR Daisy Chain To override the IR daisy chain and control a specific display in the IR loop, users can set the specified display to IR Free status.
  • Page 33: Returning All Displays To Default Settings

    Returning All Displays to Default Settings While using an IR daisy chain, users can return all the displays in an IR daisy chain to their default audio/video/source settings. 1. On the remote control, press [Set ID], then [0], then [0], followed by the [Enter] key. 2.
  • Page 34: Osd (On-Screen-Display) Controls

    OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls For this display, an OSD (On-Screen Display) function is used to allow you to easily adjust settings. You can use the OSD function to control the menu displayed on the screen and to adjust the picture, sound and other settings of the display. To access the OSD Main Menu, press the [MENU] button on the remote control or the control panel.
  • Page 35: Basic Operations Of The Osd Screen

    Basic Operations of the OSD Screen Make sure that the display is powered on and that the LED power indicator is green. Step Wireless Remote Control Keypad Operation Opening and Navigating the Press the [MENU] button to Press the [MENU] button to OSD Main Menu display the OSD screen.
  • Page 36 Step Wireless Remote Control Keypad Operation Opening and Navigating Press the up ()/down () Press the up ()/down () OSD Sub-Menus button to navigate to an button to navigate to an item in the sub menu. item in the sub menu. Making Selections in the Press the [OK] button to Press the [SOURCE] button...
  • Page 37 Step Wireless Remote Control Keypad Operation Adjusting settings in the Press the left ()/right () Press the plus (+)/minus (–) OSD sub-menus button to adjust a setting or button to select a setting press the [OK] button to and press the [SOURCE] display further features of button to determine the the setting.
  • Page 38 PICTURE P i c t u r e P i c t u r e M o d e D y n a m i c B a c k l i g h t 1 0 0 C o l o r Te m p e r a t u r e 1 3 0 0 0 G a m m a 2 .
  • Page 39 SOUND S o u n d Sound Mode S t a n d a r d S p e a k e r I n t e r n a l A u d i o O n l y O f f A u d i o S o u r c e H D M I 1...
  • Page 40 SETUP S e t u p S c h e d u l e r O ff S i g n a l C h e c k P r i o r i t y C o n t r o l S e t t i n g O ff E t h e r n e t S e t t i n g S l e e p Ti m e r...
  • Page 41 SETUP FUNCTION Power Save Change the Power Save setting or set Power Save Mode to OFF. EDID Switch Change the EDID Switch setting. If the signal source does not support YCbCr: 4:4:4, then the following settings are available: • EDID 1.4: supports up to 3840x2160@60Hz YCbCr 4:2:0 •...
  • Page 42 INITIAL SETTING I n i t i a l S e t t i n g O S D R o t a t i o n L a n d s c a p e M e n u L a n g u a g e E n g l i s h C l o c k 2 0 1 8 / 1 / 1 1 2 : 0 0 P M...
  • Page 43 MULTI DISPLAY CONTROL M u l t i D i s p l a y C o n t r o l Ti l i n g D i s a b l e Ti l i n g M o d e S c r e e n P o s i t i o n M o n i t o r I D F r a m e C o m p e n s a t i o n...
  • Page 44 SYSTEM INFORMATION S y s t e m I n f o r m a t i o n M o d e l N a m e G A 6 5 _ 4 K P I D S W Ve r s i o n 0 .
  • Page 45: Viewing Media From Usb Storage Device

    Viewing Media from USB Storage Device 1. Insert USB storage medium into the USB port. 2. Use the [INPUT] button on the infrared remote control or the [SOURCE] button on the display to select USB as the input source. 3. The OSD menu will display three options: Photo, Music and Movie. To select the media type you wish to view, use the LEFT [] and RIGHT [] buttons on the infrared remote control, or use the [+] and [-] buttons on the control panel.
  • Page 46 6. Use the audiovisual control buttons on the remote control to navigate and open media files; fast reverse (), play (), fast forward (), track backwards (), stop (), pause (), and track forward (). 7. When media files are being viewed in this way, the colored buttons on the infrared remote control will be active.
  • Page 47: Setting Up A Playlist

    Setting Up a Playlist NOTE Playlist functions can only be activated using the remote control. 1. Enter one of the media type menus (Photo, Music or Movie). 2. The USB storage medium will display on the screen as drive C. Open this drive by pressing the [OK] button on the infrared remote control.
  • Page 48 5. Use the colored buttons to select options in the playlist menu. • [BLUE]: Save selected files to a playlist. • [RED]: Cancel and return to the previous menu. • [GREEN]: Load an existing playlist. • [YELLOW]: Clear all selected files from the current playlist. 6.
  • Page 49: Playing A Playlist

    Playing a Playlist When playing a playlist, a playguide is available which provides additional functions. Use the UP (), button to display these functions, the LEFT () and RIGHT () buttons to navigate to these functions, the [OK] button to choose a function, and the [INFO] button to hide the playguide. Playguide Functions Playguide Buttons Function...
  • Page 50 Remote Control Button Functions With Playguide Remote Control Pictures Music Movies Buttons  Show playguide Show playguide Show playguide  Hide playguide Hide playguide Hide playguide  /  Select item (play/ Select item (pause or Select item (pause or pause/skip-up/skip- play/fast forward/ play/fast forward/...
  • Page 51: Deleting A Playlist

    Deleting a Playlist 1. Select [GREEN] button on the remote control to activate the Delete Playlist window. 2. Use the UP [] or DOWN [] buttons to select either Playlist 1 or Playlist 2 to delete. Press [OK] to confirm. To cancel, select No and press [OK]. OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls | 49...
  • Page 52: Playing Background Music

    Playing Background Music When viewing photos it is possible to play background music simultaneously, if the folder from which the photos are being played also contains music, and the music has been added to a playlist. 1. When playing a photo playlist, press the UP (▲) button to display the playguide. 2.
  • Page 53 Slideshow Settings When in photo viewing mode, it is possible to change the viewing duration of an image (or all images in a playlist), using a slideshow. Use the [YELLOW] button to display these slideshow options. Slideshow Time: Set the time to wait between presenting each image in the slideshow: •...
  • Page 54: Controlling The Display Remotely

    Controlling the Display Remotely In order to control this display remotely, there are two communication interfaces supported: RS- 232C and LAN. Computers can communicate to the display via the two connections. You can select the communication interface in the OSD menu. The two connection types for connecting a computer to the display are shown below: 1.
  • Page 55: Command Protocol

    Command Protocol 1. The communication protocol setting is as follows: Communication Settings Protocol RS-232C Baud rate 9600 [bps] Data length 8 [bit] Parity bit None Stop bit 1 [bit] Flow control None 2. Control command protocol: The command is structured by the command length code, Checksum, ID code, command type code, function code, data code and end code.
  • Page 56: Basic Commands

    Basic Commands Several basic commands are shown here as examples. Note that these commands are used when a single computer connects to a single display. Contact your dealer for advanced command specifications if you want to connect multiple displays, or perform complicated controls using other commands than the basic commands.
  • Page 57 Example 3: Set Brightness as 76 for all monitors Send packet Byte Name Length Check Value Type Code Byte1 Byte2 Byte3 0x38 0x31 0x00 0x73 0x46 0x30 0x37 0x36 0x0D checksum = (0x38)^(0x00)^(0x73)^(0x46)^(0x30)^(0x37)^(0x36)^(0x0D) = 0x31 Return packet No return packet Get command Command format: Length (1 byte) + ID (2 byte) + Cmd Type (1 byte) + Cmd Code(1 byte) + Value(>=3 byte) + CR (1 byte)
  • Page 58 Send Packet Byte Name Value Byte7 Byte8 Byte9 Byte10 Byte11 Byte12 Byte13 Byte14 Byte15 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0D checksum = (0x44)^(0x05)^(0x67)^(0x20)^(0x03)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^ (0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x00)^(0x0D) = 0x08 Return Packet Byte Name Length Check Value Type Code Byte1 Byte2 Byte3 Byte4...
  • Page 59: Lan Remote Control

    LAN Remote Control When you connect the display and the computer using a LAN hub and a LAN cable (See “LAN Connection:” on page 27), and then configure the network settings using Ethernet Setting in the Setup menu of the OSD, you can control the display remotely using the same commands as for RS-232C.
  • Page 60: Control Functions - Set Command List

    Control Functions - Set Command List Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Power Volume Mute Video Source Picture Picture Mode Contrast Brightness 58 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 61 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) 000: Standby 2000 001: On 15000 000–100 000: Off 001: On 000: VGA 5000 001: HDMI1 10000 002: HDMI2 10000 003: AV 5000 006: DVI 10000 007: DP 10000 010: USB-Photo 10000 Auto play the playlists in USB device.
  • Page 62 Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Picture Sharpness Tint Color Backlight Color Temp Aspect Ratio Auto Adjustment Execute VGA Clock frequency VGA Phase VGA H.Position VGA V.Position Inc VGA V.Position Dec Gamma Noise Reduction Adaptive Contrast Color Range 60 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 63 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) 000–100 000–100 000–100 000–100 5000–13000K. 0: 5000K,1: 5100K, …, 50: 10000K, 51: 13000K, 52: Native. 000: 4:3 001: 16x9 002: Zoom 003: Cinema 006: Full 4:3 007: Full 16:9 3000 For VGA only to execute auto adjustment.
  • Page 64 Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Picture Picture Reset Sound Sound Mode Treble Bass Balance Speaker Audio Source Sound Reset Multi Display Monitor ID Control H Monitor (Tiling mode) V Monitor (Tiling mode) H Position V Position Frame Comp. Tiling Power On Delay 62 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 65 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) Values not required. 000: Standard 001: Dynamic 002: Custom 000–100 000–100 000–100 000: Internal 001: External (= Line out, no S/PDIF) 000: means HDMI1 when the input source is HDMI1; means HDMI2 when the input source is HDMI2;...
  • Page 66 Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup On/Off Timer signal priority 64 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 67 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) Byte1 to Byte9 Note: Some video sources are not supported if the model doesn't have (1) Byte1: Decide which Timer is this feature. selected, and its enable/disable setting. E.g., Byte1=0x61 means the Timer no.1 is selected and enabled, and its Bit1[3:0]=0x1 to 0x07.
  • Page 68 Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup Enable Signal Check Reset signal priority Power Save Sleep Timer All Reset Initial Setting OSD Rotation Language RTC Year RTC Month 66 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 69 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) 000: Disable 001: Enable Values not required. 000: Off 001–010: power off after x*30s For example, value 005 means 5*30s = 150s (power off after 150s). 000: Off 001: 5min 002: 15min 003: 30min 004: 60min 005: 90min...
  • Page 70 Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Initial Setting RTC Day RTC Hour RTC Minute IR Control Keypad Control Anti-Image Retention Logo Display Others Aging Mode Test Pattern All User Reset Factory Reset Adjust Frame Comp Left Adjust Frame Comp Right Adjust Frame Comp Upper 68 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 71 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) 001–031 If the setting is invalid (for example, Day31 does not exist in April), return "Invalid Command Reply". 000–023 000–059 000: Disable There is no function for all the buttons at the remote control, except to key in password.
  • Page 72: Control Functions - Get Command List

    Mode Set Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Others Adjust Frame Comp Down Slide Show Time Control Functions - Get Command List OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Power Volume Mute Signal Status Operation Time Cumulative working time Thermal Sensor Value 70 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 73 Value Range Wait Response Remark (ASCII Bytes) Time (ms) 9–19 1500 003–020 3s–20s Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 000: Standby 001: On 000–100 000: Off 001: On 000: Signal unstable (or no signal) 001: Signal stable (Active Sync exists) 00000–05000 Value=4846 means 4.846V...
  • Page 74 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Video Source Picture Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Sharpness Tint Color Backlight Color Temp Color Temperature Gain Value Aspect Ratio 72 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 75 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 000: VGA 001: HDMI1 002: HDMI2 003: AV 006: DVI 007: DP 009: USB 010: USB-Photo 011: USB-Music 012: USB-Movie 000: Dynamic 001: Standard 002: Cinema 003: Custom 000–100 000–100 000–100 000–100 000–100 000–100...
  • Page 76 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Picture Aspect Ratio VGA Clock frequency VGA Phase VGA H.Position VGA V.Position Gamma Noise Reduction Adaptive Contrast Color Range Sound Sound Mode Treble Bass Balance Speaker 74 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 77 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 003: Cinema 005: Dot by dot 006: Full 4:3 007: Full 16:9 000–100 For VGA only. 000–100 For VGA only. 000–100 For VGA only. 000–100 For VGA only. 000: Gamma 2.2 001: Gamma 2.4 002: Gamma native 000: Off...
  • Page 78 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Sound Audio Source Setup On/Off Timer 76 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 79 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 000: means HDMI1 when the input source is HDMI1; means HDMI2 when the input source is HDMI2; means DVI-D when the input source is DVI-D. 001: Line In Input value: Byte1-Byte2- Byte3…Byte9.
  • Page 80 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup Network Setting 78 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 81 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) (5) Byte5: Select the Video Source. 0x00=VGA, 0x01=HDMI1, 0x02=HDMI2, 0x03=AV, 0x04=YPbPr, 0x06=DVI, 0x0A: Photo-Playlist1, 0x0B: Music- Playlist1, 0x0C: Movie-Playlist1, 0x0D: Photo-Playlist2, 0x0E: Music- Playlist2, 0x0F: Movie-Playlist2. 0xff means non. (6) Byte6–9 are reserved and should be 0x00."...
  • Page 82 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup Enable Signal Check Signal Check Priority 80 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 83 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) (2) If Byte1=0x01(IP Address) is at Input value, the return value should be E.g., IP address=169.254.81.38 Byte1=0x01 (same as Byte1 at Input value) Byte2=0xA9 (=169), Byte3=0xFE (=254), Byte4=0x51(=81), Byte5=0x26 (=38) Byte6 to 9 are reserved, should be 0x00.
  • Page 84 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup Power Save Sleep Timer Initial Setting Language RTC Year RTC Month RTC Day RTC Hour RTC Minute IR Control Keypad Control 82 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 85 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 000: Off 001–010: Power off after x*30s For example, value 005 means 5*30s = 150s (power off after 150s). 000: Off 001: 5min 002: 15min 003: 30min 004: 60min 005: 90min 006: 120min 007: 180min 000: English...
  • Page 86 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) Setup Anti-Image Retention Logo Display Multi Display Monitor ID Control H Monitor (Tiling mode) V Monitor(Tiling mode) H Position V Position Frame Comp. Power On Delay Tiling Others Aging Mode Test Pattern Adjust Frame Comp Left Adjust Frame Comp Right Adjust Frame Comp Upper...
  • Page 87 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) 000: Off 001: Picture Shift 000: Disable 001: Enable 001–025 001–005 001–005 001–005 001–005 000: Off 001: On 000: Off 001–060: Power on after x*0.5 Value= 6 means 6*0.5 = 3s (power on seconds after 3s).
  • Page 88 OSD Mode Get Function Cmd Type Cmd Code (Hex) System Model Info Information 86 | OSD (On-Screen-Display) Controls...
  • Page 89 Value Range (ASCII Bytes) Wait Response Remark Time (ms) (1) Input value: Byte1-Byte- Byte3…Byte15. Byte2 to Byte11=0x00 Byte1=0x03: Get Model Name Byte1=0x04: Get Scaler Firmware Version Byte1=0x05: Get LAN Firmware Version Byte1=0x07: Get Firmware Built Date Byte1=0x08: Get Firmware Built Time Byte1=0x09: Get Panel Info.
  • Page 90: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting No picture • The signal cable should be completely connected to the display card/computer. • The display card should be completely seated in its slot. • Check the main Power Switch, it should be in the ON position. • Power Switch and computer power switch should be in the ON position. •...
  • Page 91 LED on display is not lit (no green or red color can be seen) • Power Switch should be in the ON position and power cord should be connected. • Check the main Power Switch, it should be in the ON position. •...
  • Page 92 Interference in TV • Check components for shielding, move away from monitor if necessary. The computer’s power management does not work • It is recommended to choose “S3” at the “Power Management” item in the BIOS (abbreviation of Basic Input / Output System) computer’s setup screen. Either faint vertical or horizontal stripes may appear, depending on the specific display pattern.
  • Page 93: Product Specifications

    Product Specifications NOTE • These models comply with the specifications listed below. • Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice. • These models may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future. Viewable Size (H x V) 55”...
  • Page 94 Supported Resolutions Info OSD display information in below table Support Timing HDMI NTSC-M NTSC 640x480 60Hz 640x480@60Hz 640x480@60Hz 640x480@60Hz 640x480@60Hz 640x480 75Hz 640x480@75Hz 640x480@75Hz 640x480@75Hz 640x480@75Hz 800x600 60Hz 800x600@60Hz 800x600@60Hz 800x600@60Hz 800x600@60Hz 800x600 75Hz 800x600@75Hz 800x600@75Hz 800x600@75Hz 800x600@75Hz 1024x768 60Hz 1024x768@60Hz 1024x768@60Hz 1024x768@60Hz...
  • Page 95 Supported Resolutions 3840x2160 50Hz 3840x2160@50Hz 3840x2160@50Hz 3840x2160 60Hz 3840x2160@60Hz 3840x2160@60Hz 4096x2160 30Hz 4096x2160@30Hz 4096x2160-50Hz 4096x2160@50Hz 4096x2160 60Hz 4096x2160@60Hz 4096x2160@60Hz 1280x768 75Hz 1280x960@60Hz 1280x800 75Hz 1280x800@75Hz 1280x1024 75Hz 1280x1024@75Hz 1400x1050 60Hz 1400x1050@60Hz 1400x1050 75Hz 1400x1050@75Hz 1440x900 60Hz 1440x900@60Hz 1440x900 75Hz 1440x900@75Hz 1600x1200 75Hz 1600x1200@75Hz 1680x1050 60Hz...
  • Page 96 Mass (weight) 55” Net 17.0kg (37.5lb); Gross 24.0kg (52.9lb) 65” Net 24.0kg (52.9lb); Gross 33.5kg (73.9lb) 75” Net 48.0kg (105.8lb); Gross 55.0kg (121.3lb) NOTE Technical specifications are subject to change without notice. 94 | Product Specifications...
  • Page 97: Appendix - Vesa Mount Screw Locations

    Appendix – Vesa Mount Screw Locations 55”: 400.00mm 65”: 400.00mm 75”: 400.00mm Appendix – Vesa Mount Screw Locations | 95...
  • Page 98: Appendix - Supported Media

    Appendix – Supported Media Video Specifications File Video Maximum Max Frame MPEG1 Container L-PCM Extension codec Resolution Rate (L2& L3) .dat MPEG1 1080P 30fps .mpg MPEG MPEG2 1080P 30fps .mpeg MPEG2 1080P 30fps .trp H.264 1080P 30fps .m2ts MPEG2- .vob MPEG2 1080P 30fps...
  • Page 99: Audio Specifications

    Audio Specifications File Extension Audio codec Bit Rate Sample Rate .mp3 MPEG1 Layer2 32Kbps ~ 448Kbps 32Khz ~ 48Khz .mp3 MPEG1 Layer3 32kbps ~ 320Kbps 32Khz ~ 48Khz 32Khz, 44.1Khz, 32kbps ~ 640Kbps (work with video files only) 48Khz .wma 128bps ~ 320Kbps 8Khz ~ 48Khz .asf...
  • Page 100: Manufacturer's Recycling And Energy Information

    We at Acer are very conscious of the environmental effects of our business and strive to identify and provide the best working procedures to reduce the environmental impact of our products. For more information and help when recycling, please go to this website: http://www.acergroup.com/public/Sustainability/...
  • Page 101 WEEE Mark (European Directive 2012/19/EU) Disposing of your used product: In the European Union EU-wide legislation as implemented in each Member State requires that used electrical and electronic products carrying the mark (left) must be disposed of separately from normal household waste.

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