NEC MultiSync ME431 User Manual

NEC MultiSync ME431 User Manual

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MultiSync ME431
MultiSync ME501
MultiSync ME551
MultiSync ME651
MODEL: ME431, ME501, ME551, ME651
Please find your model name on the label on the rear side of the monitor.


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  • Page 1 User’s Manual Large Format Display MultiSync ME431 MultiSync ME501 MultiSync ME551 MultiSync ME651 MODEL: ME431, ME501, ME551, ME651 Please find your model name on the label on the rear side of the monitor.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Important Information ..........2 Recommended Use ............ 8 Recommended Use & Maintenance ......8 Maintenance ............... 8 Installation Chapter 1 Setup Overview ............10 Ventilation Requirements .......... 16 Mounting (for Customer) ........... 13 Mounting on Ceilings ..........16 Mounting (for Trained Installers) .......
  • Page 3 Advanced Operation Chapter 5 Creating a Power Schedule ........44 Password Security ............ 46 Using Picture Modes ..........45 Locking the Button Controls ........48 Setting Security and Locking the Monitor Controls ... 46 Setting the Remote Control ID Function ....50 External Control Chapter 6 Controlling the Monitor via RS-232C ......
  • Page 4 SLOT ................ 83 PICTURE ..............78 NETWORK ............... 85 AUDIO ..............81 PROTECT ..............86 SCHEDULE .............. 82 SYSTEM ..............89 Manufacturer’s Recycling and Energy Information Appendix D Disposing of your old NEC product ......92 Energy Saving ............92...
  • Page 5 (4) The image shown in this manual is indicative only. If there is inconsistency between the image and the actual product, the actual product shall govern. (5) Notwithstanding articles (3) and (4), NEC will not be responsible for any claims on loss of profit or other matters deemed to result from using this device.
  • Page 6: Important Information

    Important Information Safety Precautions and Maintenance FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE, PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING WHEN SETTING UP AND USING THE LCD COLOR MONITOR: About the Symbols To ensure safe and proper use of the product, this manual uses a number of symbols to prevent injury to you and others as well as damage to property.
  • Page 7 Please use the power cord provided with this product in accordance with the power cord table. If a power cord is not supplied with this product, please contact NEC. For all other cases, please use the power cord with the plug style that matches the power socket where the product is located.
  • Page 8 WARNING Prevent tipping and falling for earthquakes or other shocks. To prevent personal injury or damage to the product caused by tipping over due to earthquakes or other shocks, make sure to install the product in a stable location and take measures to prevent falling.
  • Page 9 WARNING Do not place this product on a sloping or unstable cart, stand or table. Doing so could lead to falling or tipping and cause personal injury. Do not insert objects of any kind into the cabinet slots. It may cause electric shock, fire, or product failure.
  • Page 10 CAUTION Handling the power cord. Handle the power cord with care. Damaging the cord could lead to fire or electric shock. • When connecting the power cord to the product’s AC IN terminal, make sure the connector is fully and firmly inserted. •...
  • Page 11 • Cable distribution system should be grounded (earthed) in accordance with ANSI/NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code (NEC), in particular Section 820.93, Grounding of Outer Conductive Shield of a Coaxial Cable. • The screen of the coaxial cable is intended to be connected to earth in the building installation.
  • Page 12: Recommended Use & Maintenance

    Recommended Use & Maintenance Recommended Use Ergonomics To realize the maximum ergonomic benefits, we recommend the following: • For optimum performance of the monitor, allow 20 minutes for warming up. Avoid reproduction of still patterns on the monitor for long periods of time to avoid image persistence (after image effects). •...
  • Page 13: Installation

    Installation Chapter 1 This Chapter Includes: > “Setup Overview” on page 10 > “Mounting (for Customer)” on page 13 > “Prevent Tipping” on page 13 > “Changing the Logo Ornament Position” on page 13 > “Mounting (for Trained Installers)” on page 14 >...
  • Page 14: Setup Overview

    2. Install the remote control batteries The remote control is powered by two 1.5 V AAA batteries. To install or replace batteries: NEC recommends the following battery use: CAUTIONN: Please refer to “CAUTION 8”.
  • Page 15 4. Connect the supplied power cord WARNINGN: Please refer to the “Important Information” section of this user’s manual for proper selection of an AC power cord. CAUTIONN: Please refer to “CAUTION 1”. NOTEN: • The monitor should be installed close to an easily accessible power outlet. •...
  • Page 16 10. For long-term use The backlight used for this monitor has a limited life and its brightness decreases with the usage time. Also, if the same still image is shown for a long time, “Image Persistence” may occur. “Image Persistence” is a phenomenon in which the image of an LCD remains visible after the device has been turned off.
  • Page 17: Mounting (For Customer)

    Install the logo ornament Screw hole with the screw which is used for installing the logo ornament. Protrusion Protrusion (Recommended Fasten Force: 30-40 N•cm). NOTEN: Do not use any other screw to install the logo ornament. Inside of NEC logo ornament English−13...
  • Page 18: Mounting (For Trained Installers)

    Please note the following when mounting on a wall or ceiling: • When using mounting accessories other than those that are NEC approved, they must comply with the VESA-compatible (FDMlv1) mounting method. • NEC recommends mounting interfaces that comply with UL1678 standard in North America.
  • Page 19: Mounting Location

    Installing a safety wire WARNINGN: Please refer to “WARNING 9”. CAUTIONN: Please refer to “CAUTION 7”. NOTEN: When installing, do not apply pressure to the LCD panel or excessive force to any part of the monitor by pushing or leaning on it. This may cause the monitor to become distorted or damaged. Handles for safety wire (Fasten Force: 120 - 190 N•cm).
  • Page 20: Ventilation Requirements

    Ventilation Requirements When mounting in an enclosed space or recessed area, leave adequate room between the monitor and the enclosure to allow heat to disperse, as shown below. ≥100 mm ≥30 mm ≥100 mm <40 °C NOTEN: • Allow adequate ventilation or provide air conditioning around the monitor, so that heat can properly dissipate away from the unit and the mounting equipment;...
  • Page 21: Attaching Mounting Accessories

    Make sure there is nothing on the table that can damage the monitor. When using mounting accessories other than those that are NEC compliant and approved, they must comply with the VESA Flat Display Mounting Interface Standard (FDMI).
  • Page 22: Installing And Removing The Optional Table Top Stand

    Installing and Removing the Optional Table Top Stand WARNINGN: Please refer to “WARNING 8”. CAUTIONN: Please refer to “CAUTION 5”. For installation, follow the instructions included with the stand or mounting equipment. Use only those devices recommended by the manufacturer. NOTEN: •...
  • Page 23 Height adjustment (ME551) 1. The lines on the stand pole are indicators of the height adjustment (Figure 1). Please adjust the pipe to the lines. Pipe ME551 High/Low ME431, ME501 Adjust the pipe to a line. Figure 1 2. Please install the stand pole and the pipe with included screws. Please screw the two screw holes at the pipe (Figure 2). Pipe Stand pole Figure 2...
  • Page 24: Parts Names And Functions

    Parts Names and Functions Chapter 2 This Chapter Includes: > “Control Panel” on page 21 > “Terminal Panel” on page 22 > “Wireless Remote Control” on page 24 English−20...
  • Page 25: Control Panel

    Control Panel + Button (plus button) Increases the audio output level when the OSD menu is closed. Acts to move the highlighted area to the right when navigating through the OSD menu options. Acts as a plus button to increase the adjustment of an OSD menu option after it has been selected with the INPUT/SET button.
  • Page 26: Terminal Panel

    Terminal Panel HDMI LAN IN AUDIO OUT DisplayPort IN HDMI IN (ARC) HDMI IN REMOTE AC IN Connector LAN Port IN (RJ-45) Connects with the supplied power cord. Connect to LAN in order to manage and control the monitor over the network. See page Main Power Switch AUDIO OUT...
  • Page 27 RS-232C IN (D-Sub 9-pin) Connect RS-232C input from external equipment, such as a computer, in order to control RS-232C functions. page Speaker Handle Two for ME431, ME501, and ME551. Four for ME651. Security Slot Security and theft protection lock slot compatible with Kensington security cables/equipment.
  • Page 28: Wireless Remote Control

    Wireless Remote Control ENT Button Makes selections in the Media Player settings. page Some buttons are used for CEC (Consumer Electronics Control). DISPLAY Button Shows/Hides the information OSD. See page Unlocks the remote control’s buttons if they have been locked in the [LOCK SETTINGS] in the [PROTECT] menu. Press and hold the DISPLAY button for more than five seconds to unlock the remote.
  • Page 29 MUTE Button Silences the audio signal. PICTURE MODE Button Cycles through the picture modes [NATIVE], [RETAIL], [CONFERENCING], [HIGHBRIGHT], [TRANSPORTATION] and [CUSTOM]. See page ASPECT Button Cycles through the picture aspect ratios [FULL], [WIDE], [1:1], [ZOOM] and [NORMAL]. See page NOTEN: [Media Player] is not available.
  • Page 30: Connections

    Connections Chapter 3 This Chapter Includes: > “Wiring Diagram” on page 27 > “Connecting to a Personal Computer” on page 28 > “Connecting to a Computer with HDMI” on page 28 > “Connecting a Computer with DisplayPort” on page 28 >...
  • Page 31: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram LAN IN AUDIO OUT DisplayPort IN USB storage HDMI IN (ARC) HDMI IN REMOTE device. Computer (DisplayPort) HDMI video player or Dotted lines = other signal Computer (HDMI) Solid lines = video signal Blu-ray or Dashed lines = audio signal DVD Player Amplifier (HDMI)
  • Page 32: Connecting To A Personal Computer

    Connecting to a Personal Computer Connecting to a Computer with HDMI • Please use an HDMI cable with the HDMI logo. • It may take a moment for the signal to appear after turning on the computer. • Some display cards or drivers may not show an image correctly. •...
  • Page 33: Connecting To A Media Device With Hdmi

    Connecting to a Media Device with HDMI Connect using a single HDMI cable for the highest picture and audio quality from Blu-ray players, streaming media players, or game consoles. 4K UHD content is shown when the connected media player also supports 4K content. Supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Contents Protection) coding, a type of digital rights management that prevents high- definition content, in Blu-ray discs, DVDs and streaming media, from being copied or broadcast illegally.
  • Page 34: Hdmi-Cec Command

    HDMI-CEC Command Please connect a HDMI-CEC compatible device to HDMI port. OSD menu HDMI-CEC command name Explanation Setting One Touch Play When a HDMI-CEC compatible device is turned INPUT-ADVANCED: INPUT SIGNAL SETTINGS (Consumer on, the monitor connected to the device by an DisplayPort AUTO TURN OFF Electronics...
  • Page 35: Internal Video Sources

    • The optional DS1-IF20CE Compute Module Interface Board and Raspberry Pi Compute Module are available separately. Please contact an authorized NEC dealer for more information. Installation must be performed by a qualified technician. Do not attempt to install a Compute Module Interface Board and Raspberry Pi Compute Module by yourself.
  • Page 36: Connecting A Usb Device

    Connecting a USB Device USB storage device reader for use with the internal Media Player. See page Power supply port. This port is for updating the firmware of the monitor via a USB storage device. Imports or exports the monitor settings via the USB storage device when selecting [CLONE SETTING]. CAUTIONN: Pleaser refer to “CAUTION...
  • Page 37: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation Chapter 4 This Chapter Includes: > “Power ON and OFF Modes” on page 34 > “Operating Range for the Remote Control” on page 35 > “Using Power Management” on page 35 > “Showing the Information OSD” on page 36 >...
  • Page 38: Power On And Off Modes

    Power ON and OFF Modes Press the ⏻ button on the Control Panel or POWER ON button on the remote control to turn on the monitor. The monitor’s power LED indicates the current status of the monitor. Please refer to the following table for information about the power indicator.
  • Page 39: Operating Range For The Remote Control

    Operating Range for the Remote Control Point the top of the remote control toward the monitor’s remote control sensor during button operation. Use the remote control within a distance of about 7 m (23 ft.) from the remote control sensor, or at a horizontal and vertical angle of within 30° and within a distance of about 3.5 m (10 ft.).
  • Page 40: Showing The Information Osd

    Showing the Information OSD The Information OSD provides information such as: Input Source, Picture Size, IP Address, Monitor ID, etc. Press the DISPLAY button on the remote control to bring up the Information OSD. Input name 3840 x 2160 Input Signal Information HDR Information Communication Info* * Shows when [COMMUNICATION INFO] is [ON].
  • Page 41: Setting The Aspect Ratio

    Setting the Aspect Ratio Press the ASPECT button on the remote control to cycle through the options available for the current input signal. NOTEN: [Media Player] is not available. ➙ ➙ ➙ ➙ [FULL] [WIDE] [1:1] [ZOOM] [NORMAL] Aspect ratio of Recommended selection for picture Unchanged view* Description...
  • Page 42: Osd (On-Screen Display) Controls

    OSD (On-Screen Display) Controls NOTEN: Some functions may not be available depending on the model or optional equipment. Input source Main Menu Icons PICTURE: Main Menu Item PICTURE MODE NATIVE BACKLIGHT RETAIL BACKLIGHT DIMMING CONFERENCING Adjustment Settings VIDEO BLACK LEVEL TRANSPORTATION Sub Menu GAMMA...
  • Page 43 Below is a brief summary of where controls are under each menu item. A table listing all options is located in “OSD Controls List” on page INPUTN: Select settings related to the input signal source. PICTUREN: Select one of the default picture modes, manually adjust the color settings, adjust the aspect ratio, and adjust other settings related to the picture.
  • Page 44: Using The Media Player Menu

    Using the Media Player Menu The Media Player plays image, video, and music files Slideshow Operation located on a USB storage device connected the USB port on the monitor (see page 22). • Navigate to files using the , , –, + buttons and press button to start a slideshow.
  • Page 45 Zoom Function Random Play • Select to switch the image size. - Random Play 8, 4, 2, 1, 1/2, 1/4. • Shuffles files to repeat play in a random order instead of • Select to scroll the enlarged image. the file sorted order. Other Functions Video and Music Operations •...
  • Page 46 Data Format for USB FAT16/32, NTFS Supported file system Max. folder level Max. number of photos PHOTO mode File Extension Data format Min. Resolution (HxV) of Image Max. Resolution (HxV) of Image JPEG, JPG, JPE Baseline Sequential DCT 75x75 pixels 15,360x8,640 pixels non-interlace 9,600x6,400 pixels...
  • Page 47: Advanced Operation

    Advanced Operation Chapter 5 This Chapter Includes: > “Creating a Power Schedule” on page 44 > “Using Picture Modes” on page 45 > “Setting Security and Locking the Monitor Controls” on page 46 > “Password Security” on page 46 > “Locking the Button Controls” on page 48 >...
  • Page 48: Creating A Power Schedule

    Creating a Power Schedule The schedule function allows the monitor to automatically change between power on and standby modes at different times. To program the scheduleN: 1. Enter the [SCHEDULE] menu. U sing the remote control, highlight [SCHEDULE INFORMATION] using SCHEDULE: SCHEDULE INFORMATION SETTINGS:...
  • Page 49: Using Picture Modes

    Using Picture Modes There are different picture modes available. These picture modes have also been configured with settings as described in the “Picture Mode Types” table below. To change picture modesN: Press the PICTURE MODE button on the wireless remote control to cycle through the modes, or select the mode in the [PICTURE] list in the OSD menu.
  • Page 50: Setting Security And Locking The Monitor Controls

    Setting Security and Locking the Monitor Controls Under normal operation, the monitor can be controlled by any person using the remote control or the monitor control panel. You can prevent unauthorized use and changes to the monitor settings by enabling the options for Security and Lock Settings. The security and locking functions covered in this section are: •...
  • Page 52: Locking The Button Controls

    Locking the Button Controls The lock settings prevent the monitor from responding to button presses on the remote control or monitor control panel. When locking the button controls, some buttons can be configured to remain unlocked for users to adjust the settings. Locking and unlocking the button controls do not require a password.
  • Page 53 Locking the Control Panel Buttons The [KEY] in the [LOCK SETTINGS] prevent the monitor from being controlled using the buttons on the monitor Control Panel. Enabling the [KEY] does not lock the buttons on the remote control. PROTECT: POWER SAVE SETTINGS SELECT THERMAL MANAGEMENT MODE...
  • Page 54: Setting The Remote Control Id Function

    Setting the Remote Control ID Function The remote control can be used to control up to 100 individual MultiSync monitors using what is called the REMOTE CONTROL ID mode. The REMOTE CONTROL ID mode works in conjunction with the Monitor ID, allowing control of up to 100 individual MultiSync monitors.
  • Page 55: External Control

    External Control Chapter 6 This Chapter Includes: > “Controlling the Monitor via RS-232C” on page 52 > “Controlling the Monitor via LAN” on page 53 > “HTTP Browser” on page 54 > “Commands” on page 60 > “Proof of Play” on page 61 Connecting an external device There are two options to connect an external device to control the monitor.
  • Page 56: Controlling The Monitor Via Rs-232C

    Controlling the Monitor via RS-232C This monitor can be controlled by connecting a personal computer with an RS-232C (reverse type) terminal. NOTEN: When you use this function, [CONTROL TERMINAL] in [EXTERNAL CONTROL] should be [RS-232C] (see page 89). For example, some of the functions that can be controlled by a personal computer are: •...
  • Page 57: Controlling The Monitor Via Lan

    PIN ASSIGNMENT RS-232C input/output Pin No Name D-SUB 9P (Monitor side) This monitor uses RXD, TXD and GND lines for RS-232C control. Controlling the Monitor via LAN Connecting to a Network Using a LAN cable allows you to specify the Network Settings and the Alert Mail Settings by using an HTTP server function. NOTEN: When you use this function, [CONTROL TERMINAL] in [EXTERNAL CONTROL] should be [LAN] (see page...
  • Page 58: Http Browser

    Example 1: When the host name of the monitor has been set to “”, access is gained to the network setting by specifying for the address or the entry column of the URL.
  • Page 59 OSD Menu Settings in the Monitor Web controls Select one of the links on the left side of the monitor web controls to configure the settings available in the monitor’s OSD. Please see page 75 for the full list of OSD menu controls. [INPUT], [PICTURE], [AUDIO], [SCHEDULE], [SLOT], [NETWORK], [PROTECT], [SYSTEM] NOTEN: The buttons in the monitor web controls function as follows:...
  • Page 60 Network Settings Click on “NETWORK” on the left-hand column below HOME. IP SETTING Select an option for setting the IP ADDRESS. AUTO: Automatically assign an IP address. MANUAL: Manually set an IP address for the monitor connected to the network. NOTE: Consult your network administrator if you have any trouble.
  • Page 61: Troubleshooting

    Mail Setting Click on “MAIL” on the left-hand column below HOME. When the Mail settings are configured and enabled, the monitor sends email notifications when an error occurs or if the input signal is lost. The monitor must be connected to a LAN for this feature to work. Alert Mail When an error occurs, the monitor will send an error message to the email address(es) listed in the Recipient’s Address fields.
  • Page 62 SNMP Settings Click on “SNMP” on the left-hand column below HOME. The SNMP protocol is used to get status information and to control a monitor directly via the network. VersionN: SNMP v1 Authenticated plaintext by community name, does not return a confirmation message of the trap. SNMP v2c Authenticated plaintext by community name, returns a confirmation message of the trap.
  • Page 63 Name Settings Click on “NAME” on the left-hand column below HOME. MONITOR NAME Allows you to customize the monitor’s name, up to a maximum of 16 characters long. This name is shown when searching for devices on the network when using an application such as NaViSet Administrator.
  • Page 64: Commands

    This monitor supports control command, which is listed in the “External_Control.pdf” (See page 73), but also supports common ASCII control command, which is used for controlling the NEC monitor or projector from a connected computer. For further information please visit our website. Parameter...
  • Page 65: Proof Of Play

    Proof of Play This function allows sending of messages for the current status of the monitor by self-diagnosis. For the Proof of Play function including self-diagnosis, please see the “External_Control.pdf”. See page Check item Message INPUT DisplayPort, HDMI1, HDMI2, Media Player, COMPUTE MODULE, OPTION* Resolution e.g.
  • Page 66 Troubleshooting Chapter 7 This Chapter Includes: > “Screen Image and Video Signal Issues” on page 63 > “No picture” on page 63 > “Image persistence” on page 63 > “The image is blinking” on page 63 > “The image is unstable, unfocused or swimming is apparent” on page 64 >...
  • Page 67: Screen Image And Video Signal Issues

    • Check the monitor and your display card with respect to NOTEN: As with all personal display devices, NEC DISPLAY compatibility and recommended signal timings. SOLUTIONS recommends showing moving images, using a moving screen saver, or changing •...
  • Page 68: The Image Is Unstable, Unfocused Or Swimming Is Apparent

    The image is unstable, unfocused or swimming is Selected resolution is not displayed properly apparent • Check the Information OSD to verify the appropriate resolution has been selected. • The signal cable should be completely attached to the computer. • If the resolution you set is over or under a range, an “OUT of RANGE”...
  • Page 69: Snowy Picture, Poor Sound In Tv

    Snowy picture, poor Sound in TV The monitor goes into standby automatically • Check antenna/cable connection. Use new cable if • Please check [OFF TIMER] setting. necessary. • Set the [CEC] function to [OFF]. The monitor may go into standby mode when a connected HDMI-CEC compatible The USB hub does not operate device goes into standby.
  • Page 70: Specifications

    Specifications Chapter 8 This Chapter Includes: > “Compatible Signal List” on page 67 > “ME431” on page 68 > “ME501” on page 69 > “ME551” on page 70 > “ME651” on page 71 English−66...
  • Page 71: Compatible Signal List

    Compatible Signal List Scanning frequency HDMI Signal name Resolution DisplayPort Remarks Horizontal Vertical MODE1 MODE2 640 x 480 31.5 kHz 60 Hz SVGA 800 x 600 37.9 kHz 60 Hz 1024 x 768 48.4 kHz 60 Hz 1280 x 720 45.0 kHz 60 Hz 1280 x 768...
  • Page 72: Me431

    ME431 Product Specifications LCD Module 43”/108.0 cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.245 mm Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Color: Over 1073 million colors (depending on display card used) Brightness: 400 cd/m (Max.) @25 °C Contrast Ratio: 1200:1 Viewing Angle: 89° (typ) @ CR>10 Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 136 kHz...
  • Page 73: Me501

    ME501 Product Specifications LCD Module 50”/125.7 cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.285 mm Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Color: Over 1073 million colors (depending on display card used) Brightness: 400 cd/m (Max.) @25 °C Contrast Ratio: 4000:1 Viewing Angle: 89° (typ) @ CR>10 Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 136 kHz...
  • Page 74: Me551

    ME551 Product Specifications LCD Module 55”/138.8 cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.315 mm Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Color: Over 1073 million colors (depending on display card used) Brightness: 400 cd/m (Max.) @25 °C Contrast Ratio: 1200:1 Viewing Angle: 89° (typ) @ CR>10 Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 136 kHz...
  • Page 75: Me651

    ME651 Product Specifications LCD Module 65”/163.9 cm diagonal Pixel Pitch: 0.372 mm Resolution: 3840 x 2160 Color: Over 1073 million colors (depending on display card used) Brightness: 400 cd/m (Max.) @25 °C Contrast Ratio: 1200:1 Viewing Angle: 89° (typ) @ CR>10 Frequency Horizontal: 15 - 136 kHz...
  • Page 76 Blu-ray is a trademark of Blu-ray Disc Association. TILE COMP and TILE MATRIX are trademarks or registered trademarks of NEC Display Solutions, Ltd. in Japan and other countries. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries.
  • Page 77 Module, which is an optional component available for this model. The required DS1-IF10CE Compute Module Interface Board and Raspberry Pi Compute Module are available separately. Please contact an authorized NEC dealer or visit the NEC Display Solutions website in your region for purchase information and availability. This document can be downloaded from:
  • Page 78 The software, available for Microsoft Windows and macOS, is available for purchase and may require the use of a supported external color sensor. Please contact an authorized NEC dealer or see the NEC Display Solutions website in your region for purchase information and availability.
  • Page 79: Osd Controls List

    OSD Controls List Appendix C This Chapter Includes > “INPUT” on page 76 > “PICTURE” on page 78 > “AUDIO” on page 81 > “SCHEDULE” on page 82 > “SLOT” on page 83 > “NETWORK” on page 85 > “PROTECT” on page 86 >...
  • Page 80: Input

    INPUT INPUT MENU INPUT SELECT DisplayPort Selects the input signals source. HDMI1 HDMI2 Media Player COMPUTE MODULE* OPTION* INPUT SETTINGS INPUT NAME Renames the current input. Custom names with a maximum of 14 characters, including spaces, can be set. The characters can be a mix of letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9), and some symbols.
  • Page 81 INPUT MENU ADVANCED INPUT SIGNAL SETTINGS DisplayPort BIT RATE Selects [HBR] or [HBR2]. HDMI Sets the HDMI mode. MODE1: Max resolution is 3840 x 2160 (30 Hz). MODE2: Max resolution is 3840 x 2160 (60 Hz), HDCP 2.2, or HDR. OVERSCAN* Some video formats may require different scanning modes in order to best show the image.
  • Page 82: Picture

    INPUT MENU AUDIO RECEIVER When [ENABLE] is selected, the internal speaker is muted and connected audio equipment with ARC function outputs the sound. When [DISABLE] is selected, connected audio equipment with ARC function is muted and the internal speaker outputs the sound. NOTE: •...
  • Page 83 Do not use for diagnostic purposes. DICOM SIM. DICOM GSDF curve simulated for LCD type. PROGRAMMABLE1, 2, 3 A programmable gamma curve can be loaded using optional NEC software. COLOR COLOR Adjusts the color saturation of the screen. Press + or – button to adjust.
  • Page 84 PICTURE MENU AUTO DIMMING Adjusts the backlight of the LCD automatically depending on the amount of ambient light. AUTO BRIGHTNESS* Adjusts the brightness level according to the input signal. AMBIENT LIGHT The backlight of the LCD panel can be set to increase or decrease depending on the amount of ambient SENSING* light within the room.
  • Page 85: Audio

    PICTURE MENU TILE MATRIX Allows one image to be expanded and shown over multiple screens (up to 100) through a distribution amplifier. This option is for manually configuring the TILE MATRIX settings that are automatically configured when using [AUTO TILE MATRIX SETUP]. NOTE: •...
  • Page 86: Schedule

    AUDIO MENU EQUALIZER TREBLE Accentuates or reduces the high frequency range of audio signals. Press the + button to increase [TREBLE]. Press the – button to decrease [TREBLE]. BASS Accentuates or reduces the low frequency sound. Press the + button to increase [BASS]. Press the –...
  • Page 87: Slot

    SLOT SLOT MENU ACTIVE SLOT Sets the active Option Board slot. NOTE: Only the selected input will work. OPTION* Configure settings for a connected Option Board. POWER CONTROL POWER SUPPLY Controls power to an Option Board. Select [ON] then press SET on the remote control to power on the device. Select [OFF] then press SET on the remote control to power off the device.
  • Page 88 SLOT MENU POWER SETTING AUTO POWER UP The Compute Module will be turned on automatically when the monitor power is turned on. AUTO SHUTDOWN The Compute Module is turned off when the monitor switches into standby mode. POWER SUPPLY This sets the time delay after the Shutdown Signal is set until the power to the Compute Module is turned OFF DELAY off.
  • Page 89: Network

    NETWORK NETWORK MENU NETWORK INFORMATION Configures the monitor’s network settings either automatically or manually. IP SETTING When [AUTO] is selected, the IP address is automatically obtained from the DHCP server. When [MANUAL] is selected, the network settings must be entered manually. Contact the Network Administrator for this information.
  • Page 90: Protect

    PROTECT PROTECT MENU POWER SAVE SETTINGS POWER SAVE Enables or disables the monitor entering power saving mode. When [ENABLE] is selected, the monitor goes into power saving mode after the period of time has passed with no input signal detected or signal loss has occurred. You can set the power saving condition in [MODE].
  • Page 91 PROTECT MENU SCREEN SAVER Use the [SCREEN SAVER] function to reduce the risk of Image Persistence. NOTE: • When the screen saver starts, the image aspect is changed to [FULL]. When the screen saver stops, the aspect will return to the current [ASPECT] setting.  •...
  • Page 92 PROTECT MENU POWER Select [UNLOCK] to be able to use the POWER button when all buttons are locked. Select [LOCK] to lock the button. VOLUME When [IR] is selected in [SELECT]: - UNLOCK: Enable to control the volume with the VOL +/– button on the remote control. When [KEY] is selected in [SELECT]: - UNLOCK: Enable to control the volume with the + button and the –...
  • Page 93: System

    SYSTEM SYSTEM MENU MONITOR INFORMATION Shows the model name, serial number and firmware version of the monitor. [CARBON SAVINGS]: Shows the estimated carbon saving information in kg-CO2. The carbon footprint factor in the carbon saving calculation is based on the OECD (2008 Edition). [CARBON USAGE]: Shows the estimated carbon usage information in kg-CO2.
  • Page 94 SYSTEM MENU OSD TIME Turns off the OSD after a period of inactivity. The preset choices are 10-240 seconds. OSD POSITION Determines the location where the OSD appears on the screen. OSD SIZE Change the size of the OSD on the screen. INFORMATION OSD Selects whether or not to automatically show information about the monitor when it powers on, changes input, or the current input signal changes.
  • Page 95 > “WEEE Mark (European Directive 2012/19/EU and amendments)” on page 92 NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS is strongly committed to environmental protection and sees recycling as one of the company’s top priorities in trying to minimize the burden placed on the environment. We are engaged in developing...
  • Page 96: Disposing Of Your Old Nec Product

    Dedicated recycling sites ensure that environmentally harmful components are properly handled and securely disposed. To ensure the best recycling of our products, NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS offers a variety of recycling procedures and gives advice on how to handle the product in an environmentally sensitive way, once it has reached the end of its life.

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