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USER'S MANUAL (1/2)
(Specification and Part Names)
WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
P63XHA30W/P63XHA30A/
P55XHA30W/P55XHA30A/
P50XHA30W/P50XHA30A/
P42HHA30W/P42HHA30A/
P42VHA30W/P42VHA30A/
P42VHA31W/P42VHA31A
• Accessories ······················································ E-2
• Part Names and Functions ······················· E-3–E-5
• Installation ······················································· E-6
• Options ····························································· E-7
• Main Supported Signals ································· E-8
• Specification ··········································· E-9–E-12
Before using the display, read the User's manual (1/2) and the User's manual (2/2) carefully so that you know how
to use the display correctly.
Refer to these manuals whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the
safety precautions.
Keep these manuals where the user can access them readily.
* Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details.
Contents
Page
Before Use
• Safety Precautions ··············· User's manual (2/2)
Usage
• Handy Tips ···························· User's manual (2/2)
• Connecting the Display to External
Equipment ···························· User's manual (2/2)
• Using the Remote Control ··· User's manual (2/2)
• Basic Operations ·················· User's manual (2/2)
• Selecting Input Mode ··········· User's manual (2/2)
• Other Basic Operations ········ User's manual (2/2)
• Watching Pictures on the Wide Screen
··············································· User's manual (2/2)
Adjustments
• Ajustment Menu ··················· User's manual (2/2)
• Adjusting Pictures (PICTURE Menu)
··············································· User's manual (2/2)
• Adjusting Screen Position and Size
(POSITION/SIZE Menu) ········ User's manual (2/2)
• Adjusting Audio (AUDIO Menu)
··············································· User's manual (2/2)
• Other Adjustments
(FEATURES Menu) ··············· User's manual (2/2)
• Initialization of User Adjustment Value
(FACTORY DEFAULT) ··········· User's manual (2/2)
• Cleaning and Maintenance ··· User's manual (2/2)

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  • Page 1

    USER’S MANUAL (1/2) (Specification and Part Names) WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY P63XHA30W/P63XHA30A/ P55XHA30W/P55XHA30A/ P50XHA30W/P50XHA30A/ P42HHA30W/P42HHA30A/ P42VHA30W/P42VHA30A/ P42VHA31W/P42VHA31A • Accessories ······················································ E-2 • Part Names and Functions ······················· E-3–E-5 • Installation ······················································· E-6 • Options ····························································· E-7 • Main Supported Signals ································· E-8 •...

  • Page 2: Checking Accessories

    ACCESSORIES CHECKING ACCESSORIES One remote control Two AA batteries CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT Carefully check the terminals for position and type before making any connections. Loose connectors can result in picture or color problems. Make sure that all connectors are securely inserted into their terminals. Ferrite cores These ferrite cores are used to attenuate undesired signals.

  • Page 3: Part Names And Functions

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS DISPLAY SECTION – FRONT ① ② Control Panel (Right side of display) Warning If the power indicator lamp flashes red or green, this signifies that the display has developed a problem. When this happens, be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle and contact your dealer.

  • Page 4

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) Back and bottom /I power switch When pressed while in the “OFF” state, the power indicator lamp lights and the display is placed in the “ON can be turned “ON” or “OFF” by the remote control or on the control panel of the display. When pressed while in the “ON the power indicator lamp goes out and the display is placed in the “OFF”...

  • Page 5

    B External speaker output terminal (EXT SP) Connect this terminal to the optionally available speaker. When connecting a cable, attach a ferrite core to the cable. (See P. E-2.) *See the speaker instruction manual for more information. C Power input terminal Connect this terminal to the power cable supplied with the display.

  • Page 6

    INSTALLATION To prevent the display’s internal components from overheating, make sure that the display is installed in a well-ventilated location. Be sure to use the optional desktop stand, ceiling-mounting unit, wall-mounting unit and other unit when installing this display. Also, be sure that your dealer performs the installation.

  • Page 7

    To prevent injury, fire, and electric shock, arrange for options to be initially installed (or installed at a different location) by your dealer. CAUTION: This display (P63XHA30, P55XHA30) is for use only with Fujitsu General Limited’s option (P- WB6300, P-CT6300, P-TT6300).

  • Page 8: Main Supported Signals

    MAIN SUPPORTED SIGNALS This display can store the latest four types of signals for RGB adjustment value. The fifth input signal will replace the adjustment value of the first input signal. To do this, select a desired signal and follow the instructions in “Adjusting Screen Position and Size” on the User’s manual (2/2) to adjust the parameters.

  • Page 9

    SPECIFICATION Model Screen size 63" wide screen: 139.3 cm (W) x 78.3 cm (H) (159.8 cm diagonal) 54.8 inch (W) x 30.8 inch (H) (62.9 inch diagonal) Aspect ratio 16:9 (wide) Weight 72 kg / 159 lbs Outer dimensions 150.6 (W) x 89.6 (H) x 12.3 (D) cm 59.3 (W) x 35.3 (H) x 4.8 (D) inch (does not include outer projections) Power supply 110–240 VAC 50/60 Hz...

  • Page 10

    SPECIFICATION (Continued) Model Screen size 55" wide screen: 122.9 cm (W) x 69.1 cm (H) (140.0 cm diagonal) 48.4 inch (W) x 27.2 inch (H) (55.1 inch diagonal) Aspect ratio 16:9 (wide) Weight 55 kg / 121 lbs Outer dimensions 137.8 (W) x 81.0 (H) x 12.3 (D) cm 54.3 (W) x 31.9 (H) x 4.8 (D) inch (does not include outer projections) Power supply...

  • Page 11

    Model Screen size 50" wide screen: 110.6 cm (W) x 62.2 cm (H) (126.9 cm diagonal) 43.5 inch (W) x 24.5 inch (H) (50 inch diagonal) Aspect ratio 16:9 (wide) Weight 45 kg / 99 lbs Outer dimensions 121.4 (W) x 72.8 (H) x 9.8 (D) cm 47.8 (W) x 28.7 (H) x 3.9 (D) inch (does not include outer projections) Power supply 110–240 VAC 50/60 Hz...

  • Page 12

    • Viewing the screen constantly for extended periods can strain your eyes. Be sure to stay at a proper distance (at least 1.6 m or 5.2 feet for 42”) from the screen and to look occasionally away while working. • is a worldwide trademark of Fujitsu General Limited and is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A. and other countries or areas. E-12 P42VHA30W/A P42VHA31W/A 4.2–1.7 A...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    USER’S MANUAL (2/2) (Precautions and Adjustment Methods) WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY Before Use • Safety Precautions ···························································································· E-2–E-3 Usage • Handy Tips ················································································································· E-4 • Connecting the Display to External Equipment ·············································· E-5–E-8 • Using the Remote Control ·············································································· E-9–E-11 • Basic Operations ··························································································· E-12–E-13 •...

  • Page 14: Safety Precautions

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. – Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Electrical energy can perform many useful functions. This unit has been engineered and manufactured to assure your personal safety. But IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD.

  • Page 15

    12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over. 13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. 14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

  • Page 16: Handy Tips

    HANDY TIPS RECEPTACLE Make sure that the power cable’s grounding wire is grounded. The display comes with a 3-prong power plug; one prong is connected to the grounding wire. If you have only a 2-hole receptacle, you will need to have it replaced. Contact your dealer for more information. •...

  • Page 17: Connecting The Display To External Equipment

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION TO EXTERNAL COMPONENTS Be sure to turn OFF the power to the display and external equipment before making any connections. No cables are supplied with the display for connection to external equipment. The type of cable to be used varies depending on the PC model.

  • Page 18

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) • Connect the video signal cable to either the S-video input terminal or the video input terminal. To video output To S-video output To audio outputs To audio inputs Note • Unplug the power cord from the AC outlet before you connect external components. •...

  • Page 19: Dvd Player

    DVD PLAYER • Connect the video signal cable to the component video input terminal, S-video input terminal, or the video input terminal. • If the component to be connected is equipped with component video output terminal, it is recommended to connect to the component video terminal.

  • Page 20

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT (Continued) • As the cable for connecting a PC differs with the PC model, please consult your dealer for information on the right cable to purchase. • The PC can be connected to either the front side or the rear side, whichever is most convenient. To RGB output (DVI-D) To RGB output (mD-sub) To audio output...

  • Page 21: Using The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL REMOTE CONTROL For details, see page button Switches between power ON and standby state. 3 DISPLAY OFF button For showing on-screen-information. 4 PICTURE MODE button Switches the picture mode. 7 RGB input mode selector button [RGB 1 – 2] Selects RGB 1 –...

  • Page 22: Putting Batteries In The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL (Continued) PUTTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL 1 To remove the cover, slide it outwards while pressing it down. PRECAUTIONS To prevent malfunction, be sure not to apply any form of severe shock to the remote control. To prevent malfunction or deformation, be sure not to allow the remote control to become wet;...

  • Page 23: Effective Range For The Remote Control

    EFFECTIVE RANGE FOR THE REMOTE CONTROL Point the remote control at the display’s signal receiver when using it. Make sure that there are no obstacles between the remote control and the display’s signal receiver. Left 30° 5 m (Front) Display – front Information The remote control may not function properly if you use a high-frequency fluorescent lamp.

  • Page 24: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS TURNING THE POWER ON AND OFF Press of the display to the ON The power lamp lights up. Press The color of the power lamp changes from “Red” to “Green”. Press Select the video mode to be input. Press The color of the power lamp changes from “Green”...

  • Page 25: Adjusting The Volume

    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Press the Volume button Press to increase the volume. Press to reduce the volume. * Note that the volume level remains stored even when you turn OFF the power. Muting the audio Press The audio is removed. Press again to restore the audio to the original level.

  • Page 26: Selecting Input Mode

    SELECTING INPUT MODE VIDEO INPUT MODE * You can also use the buttons on the display’s control panel to perform these steps. RGB INPUT MODE E-14 Press the – buttons to select the input mode. You can select from VIDEO1 mode to VIDEO4 mode.

  • Page 27: Other Basic Operations

    OTHER BASIC OPERATIONS CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS On-screen information (DISPLAY) Press The mode is indicated on the screen for 5 seconds. Picture Mode (PICTURE MODE) Press This button can be used to switch the picture mode. In the picture mode, you can switch between the set status and the fine mode. * For the picture mode settings, see “Setting Picture Mode (P.

  • Page 28: Watching Pictures On The Wide Screen

    • A variety of picture modes are available with this display. Remember that if you select a mode with an aspect ratio (ratio of frame width to frame height) different from that of the TV program or video media, the pictures will appear differently than if you had selected a mode having the same aspect ratio.

  • Page 29: Screen Size

    SCREEN SIZE Normal Displays pictures of normal size (i.e., a 4:3 aspect ratio). Auto The screen size changes automatically in accordance with the contents of image software you use. Wide1 Displays natural-looking pictures of standard size on the wide screen. Wide2/Wide Ideal for displaying vertically extended pictures such as squeezed pictures.

  • Page 30: Adjustments

    ADJUSTMENT MENU ADJUSTMENT MENU PICTURE MENU POSITION/SIZE AUDIO FEATURES FACTORY DEFAULT * Some type of signal can not be selected. E-18 Contrast Brightness Color Tint Sharpness *: for other than RGB Picture Mode PrecisionSetting Luminance Black Level Noise Reduction * Colour Temp.

  • Page 31: Adjusting Pictures (picture Menu)

    ADJUSTING PICTURES (PICTURE MENU) BASIC OPERATIONS [EX.: ADJUSTING TINT (Tint)] You can make changes to all picture adjustment options in the PICTURE Menu. The changes you make will be stored for a selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.

  • Page 32

    Fine: Suitable for watching a dark picture such as movie. Effective: Makes a strong contrast picture. Conventional: Makes close to a conventional TV picture. Still: Suitable for watching a still picture. Press to store. *Select Natural, Fine, Effective, Conventional or Still to suit your taste.

  • Page 33

    • Setting Noise Reduction (Noise Reduction) Can select the noise reduction (This can make the flicker picture clear). Each time you press ,one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: Off: Noise reduction does not function. Min.: Weak setting Std.: Standard setting Max.: Strong setting Press...

  • Page 34: Adjusting Screen Position And Size (position/size Menu)

    ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE (POSITION/SIZE MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING HORIZONTAL DIRECTION OF SCREEN POSITION] You can make changes to all screen adjustment options in the POSITION/SIZE Menu. The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.

  • Page 35

    Adjusting Screen Position (Position) Horizontal position (Horizontal) : Moves screen to the right. : Moves screen to the left. Vertical position (Vertical) : Moves screen up. : Moves screen down. Press to store. Adjusting Screen Size (Size) Screen width (Width) : Increases width.

  • Page 36: Adjusting Audio (audio Menu)

    ADJUSTING AUDIO (AUDIO MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING VOLUME BALANCE (Balance)] You can make changes to all audio adjustment options in the AUDIO Menu. The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.

  • Page 37

    Adjusting Treble (Treble) Press to make adjustments. : Stronger treble : Weaker treble Adjusting Bass (Bass) Press to make adjustments. : Stronger bass : Weaker bass Adjusting Volume Balance (Balance) Press to make adjustments. : Higher volume from the right-hand speaker : Higher volume from the left-hand speaker Setting Loudness (Loudness) Corrects the balance between bass and treble for easy listening even with weak volume.

  • Page 38: Other Adjustments (features Menu)

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX.: SELECTING LANGUAGE (Language)] You can make the following changes in the FEATURES Menu. Press The main menu screen will appear. Press “FEATURES”. Each time you press menus appears in the following sequence: PICTURE The FEATURES Menu screen will appear.

  • Page 39

    • FEATURES setup screen has the following 5 options. Adjustment : Can make a fine adjustment of pictures such as Dot Clock, Clamp Position. Function : Allows setting of 24-frame mode. (See P. E-28.) On Screen Menu : Can make a display setting such as OSD, Language. (See P. E-28.) Input Terminal : Can make an input terminal setting such as Video Input.

  • Page 40

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU) (Continued) FUNCTION • Displaying the optimum movie pictures (24 Frame Mode) Can make the optimum display of 24 frames/second signals such as movie pictures. Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: On : Displays the optimum movie pictures.

  • Page 41

    SETTING THE INPUT TERMINALS • Selecting the settings of Video/S-video Input terminal You can use this option to select the color format appropriate for the input signal. Each time you press , one of the available modes appears in the following sequence: Auto1: Automatically selects NTSC, PAL and SECAM.

  • Page 42: Other Settings

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU) (Continued) OTHER SETTINGS DPMS You can use this option to select the amount of time before the DPMS function starts. DPMS (which stands for “display power management signaling”) allows the display to maintain an automatic power saving function. This function causes on-screen information to disappear until the next input operation, if the power is ON and the display has not received any signals for the predetermined period of time.

  • Page 43

    • Minimizing phosphor burn-in (Screen Orbiter) You can use this option to move the screen position to minimize phosphor-induced “burn-in”. Follow the steps below. (1) Select “Screen Orbiter” and press The “Screen Orbiter” setting screen will appear. (2) Press to select “Mode/Time”. (3) Select a desired pattern.

  • Page 44

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU) (Continued) • Specifying RGB Input Signal (Code Setting) Normally, use this option in Auto mode. • Displaying white over entire screen (White Screen) You can use this option to display white over the entire screen to minimize phosphor burn-in. Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: Off: Does not display white.

  • Page 45: Initialization Of User Adjustment Value (factory Default

    INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE (FACTORY DEFAULT) You can restore the values of the adjustment/setting made in the MENU to factory settings. Press The main menu screen will appear. Press DEFAULT”. Each time you press menus appears in the following sequence: PICTURE The FACTORY DEFAULT Menu screen will appear.

  • Page 46: Cleaning And Maintenance

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Precautions Be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle before cleaning the display. Be sure not to clean the display using a cloth dampened with volatile solvents, such as benzene or thinner. Such solvents can harm the display’s cabinet, the filter at the screen front, and the remote control.

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