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USER'S MANUAL
PDS4203W-H/PDS4203E-H
42" WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
Before Use
Usage
Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the display correctly.
Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the safety precautions.
Keep this manual where the user can see it easily.
Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details
FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED
Contents
Page
Adjustments
3-5
Video Mode
6
7
8-9
10
RGB Mode
11-14
15
16-17
18-19
Others
20
21
22
23
Page
24-25
26-27
28-29
30-31
32-33
34-35
36-37
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the safety precautions. Keep this manual where the user can see it easily. Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED Contents Page...

  • Page 2: Declaration Of Conformity

    Date of Issue: Nov. 1997 Declaration reference: Werftstraße 20, D-40549 Düsseldorf, F. R. Germany Tel: 0211-50098-0 according to EN45014 Fujitsu General (Euro) GmbH Manufacturer: Shinjyo Fujitsu General Limited 702-3 Kanezawa Shinjyo-shi Yamagata Japan Type: 42” PLASMA DISPLAY Signature: Fujitsu General (Euro) GmbH Fax: 0211-50098-50 H.

  • Page 3: Fcc Notice

    FCC NOTICE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.

  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS – This product should be operated only with the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power company. –...

  • Page 5

    – When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or with same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. – Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition.

  • Page 6: Features

    FEATURES VERTICAL INSTALLATION The dynamic vertical screen is obtained by installing the Plasmavision vertically. PLASMAVISION SUPPORTS The VGA full display and SVGA compression display suitable for personal computers A VARIETY OF INPUT TERMINALS The high quality image color difference signals such as DVD etc. can be input in addition to the video, S-video, and RGB. CONVENIENT POWER MANAGEMENT FUNCTION DPMS (Display Power Management Signaling) automatically minimizes power consumption.

  • Page 7: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Checking Accessories Cable clamper USER’S MANUAL User’s Manual Cable clampers • The accessory cable clampers are for fastening the connected signal cables and a power cable. When installing this display on a wall or ceiling, insert the cable clampers into the holes on the rear of the display.

  • Page 8: What You Should Know

    WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW POINTS ABOUT USAGE • When installing the display, use the optional desktop stand, wall-mounting unit, or ceiling mounting unit. Have the installation done by your product dealer. • When installing the display, refer to the installation manuals for the options. Further, be sure that the display does not lean to the side or backward.

  • Page 9

    When wall-mounting unit used (vertically) 10 cm Left • When mounting the Plasmavision vertically, make sure that the power lamp is at the lower right. Notes • Do not display the same picture (pattern) continuously for a long time. Doing so raises the brightness of the picture and may cause after-images.

  • Page 10: Preventing Equipment From Falling

    PREVENTING EQUIPMENT FROM FALLING To prevent accidents and to ensure safety during disasters such as earthquakes, take precautions to ensure that the equipment cannot topple over. ATTACHING TO WALL OR COLUMN • Remove the display cover from both sides. Then, for both left and right sides, use screw A (10 mm) to attach bracket A to the screw hole (highest of the five holes on the side).

  • Page 11: Names Of Parts And Their Functions

    NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Front view Power lamp • Shows the power status, ON or OFF. • Lit (red)····Standby • Lit (green)····Power on • Blinking (red)····Internal abnormality. Be certain to unplug the power cord. Remote control receiver • Receives the signals from the remote controller. Bottom view Operation panel •...

  • Page 12

    NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Power switch • When pressed, power lamp can be turned on or off by the remote controller. When this switch is pressed again, the power is cut and power lamp goes off. Power input terminal •...

  • Page 13

    A Remote controller • POWER button Switches the power on or off. • MODE button Selects the input mode. • MENU button P20–39 For adjusting the picture and sound to your taste • For the adjustment menu, see the pages below. Handy functions (on-screen display, speaker, white balance, DPMS, language) VIDEO mode adjustment menu RGB mode adjustment menu...

  • Page 14: Names Of Parts And Their Functions

    NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Handling the remote controller Loading the batteries Press on the cover and slide in the direction of the arrow. Reception range of remote controller Left Right 5m (Front) Points about usage • Use the remote controller pointed in the direction of the remote control reception section, making sure there is no obstruction. •...

  • Page 15: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. Mode display • COMP.VIDEO stands for component video mode. • When the speaker setting (see p.21) is OFF, SPEAKER OFF will be displayed if the VOLUME button is pressed. PREPARATION Switch on the main power switch.

  • Page 16: Viewing Wide Screen (video Mode)

    VIEWING WIDE SCREEN (VIDEO MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. When AUTO mode is selected W i t h c e r t a i n s o f t w a r e , t h e Plasmavision may not operate cor- rectly in AUTO mode.

  • Page 17

    SETTING THE DESIRED WIDE SCREEN SIZE Press the WIDE button. The current viewing mode is displayed. Use the WIDE button to select the desired screen size. Pressing the WIDE button moves the mode to the next item as below. Select the wide screen size to suit the program. AUTO mode cannot be selected in COMPONENT VIDEO mode.

  • Page 18: Viewing Wide Screen (rgb Mode)

    VIEWING WIDE SCREEN (RGB MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. SETTING THE DESIRED WIDE SCREEN SIZE Press the WIDE button. The current viewing mode is dis- played. Use the WIDE button to select the desired screen size.

  • Page 19

    WIDE SCREEN MODES (RGB MODE) • When the screen is vertically wide WIDE Vertically wide video Points about usage • Note that use of a wide select function to change the screen size or aspect ratio during commercial use or for public viewing in a coffee shop, hotel, or the like, may infringe on copyrights protected by the copyright law.

  • Page 20: Handy Functions

    HANDY FUNCTIONS This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. ON-SCREEN DISPLAY SETTING Select COMMON SET- TINGS from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, select COMMON SETTINGS. 3) Set by pressing the SET button.

  • Page 21: Internal Speaker Setting

    INTERNAL SPEAKER SETTING Select COMMON SETTINGS from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, select COMMON SETTINGS. 3) Set by pressing the SET button. COMMON SETTINGS can be set in the same way from any mode menu. Select the adjustment item.

  • Page 22: White Balance Setting

    HANDY FUNCTIONS This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. WHITE BALANCE SETTING Select COMMON SETTINGS from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, se- lect COMMON SETTINGS. 3) Set by pressing the SET button.

  • Page 23: Dpms And Display Language Setting

    DPMS AND DISPLAY LANGUAGE SETTING DPMS SETTING The time until the power conservation function operates can be set. Select with the ADJUST button. Pressing the ADJUST button moves the selection to the next item as below. LANGUAGE (DISPLAY LANGUAGE) SETTING The language for the display can be set.

  • Page 24: Video Adjustments

    VIDEO ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE BRIGHTNESS Select PICTURE from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, se- lect PICTURE.

  • Page 25: Video Adjustments

    VIDEO ADJUSTMENT ITEMS BRIGHTNESS Screen brightness can be adjusted. button: Makes the picture brighter. button: Makes the picture darker. CONTRAST Screen contrast (difference between dark and light) can be adjusted. button: Makes the contrast stronger. button: Makes the contrast weaker. COLOR (color saturation) Color saturation can be adjusted.

  • Page 26: Screen Adjustments

    SCREEN ADJUSTMENT (VIDEO MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE SCREEN VERTICAL POSITION Select POSITION/SIZE from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, select POSITION/SIZE.

  • Page 27: Vertical Position

    ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA) VERTICAL POSITION When too low····Adjust with the When too high····Adjust with the HEIGHT When too small····Adjust with the When too large····Adjust with the HORIZONTAL POSITION When too far left:····Adjust with the When too far right:····Adjust with the HORIZONTAL WIDTH When too small····Adjust with the When too large····Adjust with the...

  • Page 28: Input Source Adjustments

    INPUT SOURCE ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: SETTING COMPONENT VIDEO Setting must be done when connecting a color difference signal to the COMPONENT VIDEO terminal. Select SOURCE from the VIDEO MENU screen.

  • Page 29

    SETTING VIDEO SYSTEM AND CLAMP PULSE VIDEO SYSTEM VIDEO SYSTEM can be set when the signal is connected to the VIDEO or S-VIDEO input terminal. Set by adjusting to the connected signal. In VIDEO or S-VIDEO mode, press the MENU button to select SOURCE. Select with the ADJUST button.

  • Page 30: Other Adjustments

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (VIDEO MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: MAKING THE GAMMA SETTING Select OTHERS from the VIDEO MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, se- lect OTHERS.

  • Page 31: Other Adjustments

    OTHER ADJUSTMENT ITEMS GRADATION Gradation display can be selected to suit still or moving images. MODE1···· Carries out automatic correction so that the video is optimum for viewing moving images. MODE2···· Carries out automatic correction so that the video is optimum for viewing still images.

  • Page 32: Video Adjustments

    VIDEO ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE CONTRAST Select PICTURE from the RGB MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, se- lect PICTURE.

  • Page 33

    VIDEO ADJUSTMENT ITEMS BRIGHTNESS Screen brightness can be adjusted. button: Makes the picture brighter. button: Makes the picture darker. CONTRAST Screen contrast (difference between dark and light) can be adjusted. button: Makes the contrast stronger. button: Makes the contrast weaker. Adjustment items •...

  • Page 34: Screen Adjustments

    SCREEN ADJUSTMENT (RGB MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF THE SCREEN Select POSITION/SIZE f r o m t h e R G B M E N U screen.

  • Page 35

    ADJUSTMENT ITEM LIST (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA) VERTICAL POSITION When too low····Adjust with the When too high····Adjust with the The adjustment range is from –250 through +250. HEIGHT When too small····Adjust with the When too large····Adjust with the The adjustment range is from –150 through +150. HORIZONTAL POSITION When too far left····Adjust with the When too far right····Adjust with the...

  • Page 36: Input Source Adjustments

    INPUT SOURCE ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE) The Macintosh mode and the clamp pulse mode can be set for the input source, and the input signal can be confirmed. This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: SETTING MACINTOSH MODE The Apple Macintosh has two dot clocks.

  • Page 37: Signal Information

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND CHECK ITEMS CLAMP PULSE CLAMP PULSE must be set when the signal is connected to the RGB input terminal. This setting switches the phase of the clamp pulse. The ADJUST button can be adjusted in the range from 0 through 4. Select so tha optimum picture is attained.

  • Page 38: Other Adjustments

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (RGB MODE) This operation can also be done using the buttons on the Display’s operation panel. EXAMPLE: SETTING THE GRADATION Select OTHERS from the RGB MENU screen. 1) Press the MENU button. 2) With the ADJUST button, select OTHERS. 3) Set by pressing the SET button.

  • Page 39

    OTHER ADJUSTMENT ITEMS (ADJUSTMENT CRITERIA) GAMMA Dynamic GAMMA correction can be set. MOTION: Set for viewing moving images. STILL: Set for viewing still images. GRADATION Gradation can be set. MODE 1: Set for viewing moving images. MODE 2: Set for viewing still images. DOT CLOCK Depending on the clock frequency of the personal computer, the screen may become blurred.

  • Page 40: Personal Computers That Can Be Connceted

    PERSONAL COMPUTERS THAT CAN BE CONNECTED The Plasmavision is set at the factory with adjustment values for 11 types of signals. (See the table below.) When any of these signals is input, it is automatically discriminated. For these signals, the desired screen can be adjusted according to the instructions on adjusting the screen.

  • Page 41: Optional Products

    OPTIONAL PRODUCTS • Wall-mounting unit (horizontal) • Wall-mounting unit (vertical) • Ceiling-mounting unit • Desktop stand • Graphics board • AV terminal unit When installing an optional product, follow the directions in the optional product user's or installation manual. The colors of the Plasmavision and optional products are slightly different. WARNING •...

  • Page 42: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Model name Screen size Aspect ratio Weight External dimensions Power supply Power consumption Screen dimensions Display pixel count Display modes Display color count Audio output Speakers External connection terminals Video Compatible format Audio Control Operating conditions Accessories • Specifications and external appearance may be changed for the sake of improvement. PDS4203W-H/PDS4203E-H 42 inches---92.0 cm (W) x 51.8 cm (H) x 105.6 cm (width across corners) 16:9...

  • Page 43

    ENV50141 ENV50204 • AS Safety: IEC950 A1/A2/A3/A4 EMC: AS/NZS 3548 Points about shipping The Plasmavision is a precision instrument, and requires dedicated packing materials for shipping. Use Fujitsu's packing materials only. Pin No. Input signal Green Blue Ground Ground Ground Ground Pin No.

  • Page 44: Care And Maintenance

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE BEFORE CLEANING Always unplug the power cord from the socket. Cleaning the cabinet and remote controller Do not use benzene, paint thinner, or other solvents. They can cause deterioration or paint peeling on the cabinet, the screen front filter, or the remote controller. Wipe gently with a soft cloth.

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