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TECHNICAL MANUAL
FOR PIONEER PLASMA DISPLAY MONITOR WHEN USED WITH
VIDEO CARDS (EXPANSION SOLUTIONS CARDS)
PLASMA DISPLAY MONITOR: PDP-607CMX
VIDEO CARD: PDA-5003 / PDA-5004
TABLE TOP STAND: PDK-TS26
WALL MOUNT UNIT: PDK-WM03
SPEAKER SYSTEM: PDP-S55-LR
This manual provides precautions and information for installation, preparation, and handling of the Plasma Display and
its dedicated mounting hardware.
Before installation and preparatory work, choose a safe and appropriate site after thorough consideration of construction,
materials used, strength, and surroundings. If adequate safeguards are not in place, immediately halt the installation
process and discontinue marketing activities.
ABOUT MOUNTING/INSTALLATION
• This product is sold under the assumption that installation
will be performed by experienced, qualified experts.
Refer all mounting and installation work to qualified
personnel or consult the nearest PIONEER dealer for
assistance.
• We accept no responsibility for accident or loss resulting
from failure to select an appropriate installation site,
situations occurring during assembly, installation,
mounting, operation resulting from modifications made
to this product, or from natural disasters.
PRECAUTIONS:
• We accept no responsibility for losses resulting from the
use of parts other than those supplied by Pioneer or those
authorized by Pioneer.
• We guarantee the performance of our products only when
they are assembled and adjusted as described in this
manual.
• The specifications and external designs shown in this
manual are subject to change without notice.
To use this product safely
• When using this product attached to a ceiling or wall or
piled up, there is a danger that, according to its weight or
attachment method, it may fall down or fall over.
• In order to use this product safely, be sure to have a
professional installer or the retail agent perform the
installation work. Verify that it is appropriately attached and
take adequate safety measures.
Attention professional installer
• Install this product according to the instructions in the
owner's manual or installation manual.
• To ensure safety when this product is installed on a ceiling,
wall or stacked be sure to take measures to prevent any
danger of the panel(s) falling down or falling over.
• Choose an installation or attachment location that has
sufficient strength to fully withstand its weight.
• When installing it on the floor, select an adequately stable,
flat, and level place.
• To prevent damage to the power or connection cords, take
great care not to place any equipment on them or pinch
them between any equipment.
• Absolutely do not alter the product or any of its attachment
hardware.
(Ver. 1.1)

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  • Page 1 • We accept no responsibility for losses resulting from the wall or stacked be sure to take measures to prevent any use of parts other than those supplied by Pioneer or those danger of the panel(s) falling down or falling over.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ..............4 BEFORE BEGINNING ADJUSTMENT/SETTING 5.1 Before Beginning Adjustment ........78 FEATURES ................5 5.1.1 Operation Mode ..........78 SPECIFICATIONS 5.1.2 Combined Use of the Remote Control, 2.1 Specifications ............... 6 Main-control Panel, and RS-232C Commands ... 79 2.2 External Dimensions ............
  • Page 3 Table of Contents 5.4 Integrator Mode ............142 CAUTION 5.4.1 About the Integrator Mode ......142 5.4.2 Example of Integrator Mode Operation ..143 • To prevent injury and material damage, thoroughly read 5.4.3 Adjustment and Setting in the Integrator this manual and all labels found on the equipment before Mode ...............
  • Page 4: Introduction

    607CMX being equipped with the PDA-5003 or PDA-5004. Items that apply only when the PDA-5003 or PDA-5004 is installed are marked with a star ‘#’. Precautions With the PDA-5003 or the PDA-5004 installed, the PDP-607CMX supports the following functions: Input/output terminals 7 PDA-5003...
  • Page 5: Features

    Features Features and Functions of this device ¶ Introduces newly developed Wide Plasma Panel The new, wide, high-precision plasma panel (1365x768 / 16:9) pushes the envelope of previous high-luminance panels, producing brighter, clearer images with higher contrast. ¶ ES Slot interface for enhanced potential The display has a built-in ES Slot Interface to allow card installation for the connection of external devices, thus enhancing its expansion potential.
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Specifications 2.1 Specifications Power requirements ... AC 100 V to 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz (The power unit range is from AC100 V to 240 V (50 Hz/60 Hz)) Light-emitting panel ..... 60V type AC Plasma Panel In-rush ............... less than 50 A 131.86 cm (W) ×...
  • Page 7: Specifications

    Specifications INPUT Response Signals INPUT 1 INPUT 2 7 PC signals supported 7 PC signals supported Refresh rate Refresh rate Resolution Resolution Remarks Remark (Dot x Line) (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal Vertical Horizontal 640x480 59.9 Hz 31.5 kH z 640x400 70.1 Hz 31.5 kHz...
  • Page 8: External Dimensions

    WEIGHT: 62.0 kg (136.7 lbs) (without stand) MATERIAL: Front: Resin; Rear cover: Metal plate, Front protector panel: Glass TREATMENT: Front: Paint; Rear cover: Paint (All paints are Pioneer original colors) For packaging information, refer to “3.3.2 Unpacking” (pg. 21). (Unit: mm)
  • Page 9 External Dimensions <Main Unit Operation Panel> <Light Sensor for the remote/ambient light sensor/indicator> <Connection panel> 367.8 99.3 402.8 141.9...
  • Page 10: Controls And Connectors

    Controls and Connectors 2.3 Controls and Connectors Main unit Main unit Operation panel on the main unit DISPLAY INPUT SCREEN SIZE – VOL + STANDBY/ON MENU / SET Main unit Operation panel on the main unit STANDBY/ON button ( ) Remote control sensor Press to put the display in Standby or into operation.
  • Page 11 Use to obtain sound when INPUT1 is selected. Never connect any component to these Connect the audio output jack of components connectors without first consulting your Pioneer connected to INPUT1 to this unit. installation technician. AUDIO (INPUT2) (Stereo mini jack) These connectors are used for Plasma Display Use to obtain sound when INPUT2 is selected.
  • Page 12 Controls and Connectors Video Card <PDA-5003> Section Video Card <PDA-5004> Section The video card provides three video input connectors, The video card provides three video input connectors, one video output connector, and two audio input one video output connector, and three audio input connectors.
  • Page 13: Pin Layout

    Pin layout 2.4 Pin layout INPUT1 (Mini D-sub, 15-pin connector; female) RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connector; male) pin layout pin layout (DCE format) Input Output Signal Pin No. Pin No. NC (not connected) TxD (Transmit Data) RxD (Receive Data) NC (not connected) NC (not connected) NC (not connected) NC (not connected)
  • Page 14: Remote Control Unit

    Remote Control Unit 2.5 Remote Control Unit SCREEN SIZE button Press to select the screen size. INPUT buttons Press to select the input. MENU button Press to reveal and hide the on-screen menu. ADJUST (5/∞/3/2) buttons Press to navigate menu screens and adjust various settings on the unit.
  • Page 15: Installation Site Requirements

    Installation Site Requirements 3.1 Installation Site Requirements If the site requires modifications or special preparations before installing the Plasma Display or its mounting hardware, obtain permission in advance from the building owner or building authorities. To ensure safety, it is also important to determine the strength of the installation site with the help of an authorized building contractor.
  • Page 16 If other products controlled with infrared remote controls are placed nearby, remote control function may be affected. In such cases, move other devices further away from the display or contact a Pioneer-authorized dealer for assistance. Depending on installation conditions, the remote control range may be reduced by infrared radiation emitted by the screen.
  • Page 17: Installation Conditions

    Installation Conditions 3.2 Installation Conditions 3.2.1 Heat dissipation This unit has openings for effective ventilation. Vent locations are marked by arrows in the illustration below. The arrows show the direction of airflow. To allow proper dissipation of heat from the unit, do not cover these openings. (Unit : mm) 104.5 140.25...
  • Page 18: Calculating Heat Quantity

    3.2.3 Product mounting holes We recommend using mounting hardware available from Pioneer. If you use other mounting hardware, mount the hardware to the unit using the M8-bolt holes on the unit. Tighten the bolts with a torque between 50 kg/cm and 80 kg/ cm.
  • Page 19 Installation Conditions This unit is designed to be mounted using four bolt holes. For additional safety, we recommend securing it at four points on opposite sides of the horizontal and vertical center lines, as shown in the drawing below. Methods of securing Secured at four points Secured at four points (with mounting hardware attached to the sides)
  • Page 20: Mounting Surface Warping

    Installation Conditions 3.2.4 Mounting surface warping The display incorporates glass. Before mounting the panel using hardware other than that provided by Pioneer, perform the following checks to confirm that the display is free from warps exceeding 1 mm*. Regarding the 1 mm limit: The panel frame may have a warp of up to 3 mm.
  • Page 21: Installation Procedures

    Installation Procedures 3.3 Installation Procedures 3.3.1 Transportation precautions • Once the shipping container is opened, transporting the unit in its packaging should be handled by two or more people. To avoid injury or damage, do not lift the package by its packing bands. •...
  • Page 22: Re-packing

    Installation Procedures 2) Unpacking procedures 1 Remove the packing bands. 2 Slowly lift and remove the upper carton. 3 Lift and remove the carton cover. 4 Remove the pads. 5 Remove the accessory and power cord cases. 6 Remove the unit (requires two or more people). 3) Transportation of the unpacked unit.
  • Page 23 Installation Procedures 4) Arranging and securing cables with speed clamps and bead bands Fasten cables using the supplied speed clamps. Once speed clamps are fastened, they are not easily removed. * As viewed from the rear of the display. Organize cables together using the provided Bunch separated cables together and secure them speed clamps.
  • Page 24: Special Installation

    Special Installation (Mounting to fittings) 3.4 Special Installation The unit can be hung from or embedded in a wall. However, some installations impose additional limitations on operating temperatures and other factors. Examine installation methods and the ambient conditions for your installation site. Refer to sections “3.1 Installation Site Requirements”...
  • Page 25 Special Installation (Mounting to fittings) Standard installation (In cases where top and bottom are reversed) Example 1 Example 2 35 mm or less 35 mm or less Vertical installation 35 mm or Example 3 Example 4 less 35 mm or less Attach so that the fan is on...
  • Page 26: Hanging On The Wall

    Special Instruction (Hanging on the wall) 3.4.2 Hanging on the wall Carefully read the following imformation before attempting to hang the unit on a wall. Take note of the various limitations specified in this section. Mount the unit so that twisting, bending, or any other warping does not exceed 4 mm. Shaded areas indicate attachment points for mounting hardware.
  • Page 27 Special Installation (Hanging on the wall) Methods of Securing: Basic methods of securing the panel to a wall are shown below. Avoid blocking or covering areas aside from those indicated by . Before attaching the unit to fittings, double-check that the thickness and height of the fittings and the number of fixing bolts is correct. (Also refer to “3.4.1 Mounting to fittings”...
  • Page 28: Embedding In The Wall

    Special Installation (Embedding in the wall) 3.4.3 Embedding in the wall Carefully read the following imformation before trying to embed the unit in a wall. Observe all the limitations specified below. Be sure to mount the unit so that twisting, bending, or other deformation of the unit does not exceed 4 mm. (1) Embedding in walls with space provided behind the unit (no obstructions within a distance of 300 mm from the back surface of the unit).
  • Page 29 Special Installation (Embedding in the wall) Temperature Measurement Points (Illustration for reference purposes) : Thermometer (temperature measurement point) 50 mm 50 mm • Make measurements at a distance of 50 mm from the unit without directly subjecting the thermometer to fan exhaust.
  • Page 30 Special Installation (Embedding in the wall) (2) Embedding in walls with no space provided behind the unit. Panting (Punching) net (numerical aperture 50 % or over) 100 mm or 100 mm or 50 mm or more more more Cation : Due to possible heat issues, we do not recommend installing the panel in narrow, enclosed areas. ✩...
  • Page 31: When The Display Is Put In A Box

    Special installation (When the display is put in a box) 3.4.4 When the display is put in a box Operating this display in confined spaces is not recommended. • If the display is to be used in a confined space, observe the following conditions shown in the drawing below: A ≥...
  • Page 32: Ceiling Suspension (with Wires)

    Special Installation (Ceiling suspension with wires) 3.4.5 Ceiling suspension (with wires) When suspending with wire, attach the unit either at rows A and B or at rows C and D to keep it from warping. In addition, the unit must be attached at four or more points, with these points distributed symmetrically on opposite sides of the vertical and horizontal center lines.
  • Page 33 Special Installation (Ceiling suspension with wires) Methods of Securing: Basic methods of securing are shown below. Avoid blocking or covering areas aside from those indicated by . The methods indicated by a large “X” must not be used. Before attaching the unit to fittings, double-check that the thickness and height of the fittings, and the number of bolts is correct.
  • Page 34: Hanging On The Wall Lengthwise

    Special Installation (Hanging on the wall lengthwise) 3.4.6 Hanging on the wall lengthwise Carefully read the following imformation before attempting to mount the unit on the wall. Observe the various limitations specified below. Be sure to mount the unit so that twisting, bending, or any other deformation does not exceed 4 mm. Shaded areas indicate attachment points for mounting hardware.
  • Page 35 Special Installation (Hanging on the wall lengthwise) Methods of Securing: Basic methods of securing are shown below. Avoid blocking or covering areas aside from those indicated by . The method indicated by a large “X” must not be used. Before attaching the unit to fittings, double-check that the thickness and height of the fittings and the number of bolts is correct.
  • Page 36: Place Product Upright And Flush Into Wall (embedding In The Wall)

    Special Installation (Place product upright and flush, embedded in the wall) 3.4.7 Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding in the wall) Carefully read the following instructions before trying to embed the unit in a wall. Observe all the limitations specified below.
  • Page 37 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush, embedded in the wall) Methods of Securing: Basic methods of securing are shown below. Avoid blocking or covering areas aside from those indicated by . The methods indicated by a large “X” must not be used. Before attaching the unit to fittings, double-check that the thickness and height of the fittings and the number of fixing bolts is correct.
  • Page 38 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush, embedded in the wall) (2) Embedding in walls with no space provided behind the unit 100 mm or 100 mm or more more Attach so that the fan is on the left side when viewed from the rear.
  • Page 39 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush, embedded in the wall) Methods of Securing: Basic methods of securing are shown below. Avoid blocking or covering areas aside from those indicated by . The methods indicated by a large “X” must not be used. Before attaching the unit to fittings, double-check that the thickness and height of the fittings and the number of bolts is correct.
  • Page 40: Installed Facing Upward

    Special Installation (Installed facing upward) 3.4.8 Installed facing upward (1) When installed on top of a horizontal surface <an open space other than a horizontal surface> 50 mm or more Horizontal surface ✩ Operating Temperature Restrictions (*1) • Ambient temperature: 0 °C to 35 °C •...
  • Page 41 Special installation (Installed facing upward) (2) When the Plasma Display is in a confined space Operating this display in confined spaces is not recommended. • If the display is to be used in confined spaces, observe the following conditions shown in the drawing below: A ≥...
  • Page 42: Horizontal Connections

    Special installation (Horizontal connections) 3.4.9 Horizontal connections While the display is designed to accommodate side-by-side installations, keep in mind that specific installation configurations may affect ventilation. Observe the following requirements: 1 Installation of up to two units (Horizontal connection) The following table lists the operating temperature conditions when installing more than one panel. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
  • Page 43: Multiple

    To prevent heat venting from one video wall plasma panel into another panel, each display must be oriented in the same direction. In the above example, each panel is shown with the Pioneer logo at the bottom. ✩ Operating Temperature Restrictions...
  • Page 44: How To Use The Standard Mounting Components

    4.1 Standard Mounting Components Features and Characteristics In addition to reliability and vivid display resulting from its large screen area, brightness, and image quality, the Plasma Display (PDP-607CMX) is thin and lightweight. This panel can be mounted in locations not possible for conventional displays.
  • Page 45: Handling The Standard Mounting Components

    This section of the manual discusses ways to mount, install, and handle the mounting hardware exclusively designed for Pioneer Plasma Displays. Mounting should be performed by qualified experts. Refer all installation and mounting work to qualified installers, or request assistance from a Pioneer dealer. 4.2.2 Precautions for installation contractors 1) Before installation Observe the specifications supplied in “3.1 Installation Site Requirements”...
  • Page 46: Video Card: Pda-5003/pda-5004

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.1 Specifications External dimensions ....PDA-5003: 301.5 mm (W) × 27.6 mm (H) × 148.9 mm (D) (11-7/8 in. (W) × 1-3/32 in. (H) × 5-7/8 in. (D)) PDA-5004: 301.5 mm (W) × 27.6 mm (H) × 148.3 mm (D) (11-7/8 in.
  • Page 47 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 7 PDA-5004 Video-related INPUT1 Input The following signal is supported only when a PDA-5004 is installed. • Component video signal Y ......1 Vp-p/75 Ω/negative sync..0.7 Vp-p (color 100 %)/75 Ω INPUT2 Input DVI-D 24-pin connector Digital video signal (HDCP supported) INPUT3 Input...
  • Page 48: External Dimensions

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.2 External Dimensions (Unit: mm) 7 PDA-5003 301.5 7 PDA-5004 301.5...
  • Page 49 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 <Connection panel: when equipped with PDA-5003> 367.8 99.3 32.7 402.8 21.5 36.5 130.2 141.9 #: Symbol indicates the alignment point. <Connection panel: when equipped with PDA-5004> 367.8 99.3 32.7 402.8 26 14 26 14 130.2 141.9 #: Symbol indicates the alignment point.
  • Page 50: Installing Procedures

    2 Align the video card with the two rails visible inside Installation Notes: of the port then gently and evenly insert the card. • Do not install the PDA-5002 on the PDP-607CMX display units. • When opening the protective cover, take care not to drop screws or other objects in the opening.
  • Page 51 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4 Affix the accessory connector indicator label to the Plasma Display then affix the remote control label to the remote control that is furnished with the Plasma Display. S-VIDEO INPUT3 VIDEO INPUT4 INPUT 3/4 AUDIO ANALOG RGB INPUT5 AUDIO HD (H/V SYNC)
  • Page 52: Input Connectors On The Plasma Display With Video Card

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.4 Input connectors on the Plasma Display 4.3.5 Connection to INPUT1 and INPUT5 with video card 7 When using PDA-5003 7 When using PDA-5003 Various components can be connected to the INPUT1 and Consult the following chart when making connections to INPUT5 jacks.
  • Page 53: Connection To Input1 Or Input5

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.6 Connection to INPUT1 or INPUT5 7 When using PDA-5003 7 When using PDA-5004 Connection to AV components Connection to AV components Connection to AV component equipped with Connection to AV component equipped with component video jacks component video jacks Make component video connections for AV Make component video connections for AV...
  • Page 54 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 Connection of G ON SYNC analog RGB source Make G ON SYNC connections for a component with output that has the synchronization signal layered on top of the green signal. When connecting to ANALOG RGB IN (INPUT1) When connecting to COMPONENT VIDEO (INPUT5) [Connections for PDA-5004] INPUT1...
  • Page 55: Connection To A Personal Computer

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 Connection to a personal Connection of composite SYNC analog RGB source computer Make composite SYNC connections for a component with output that has the vertical synchronization signal Connection method differs depending on the computer layered on top of the horizontal synchronization signal. type.
  • Page 56 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 When connecting to ANALOG RGB IN (INPUT1) Connection of G ON SYNC analog RGB source Make G ON SYNC connections for a personal computer with output that has the synchronization signal layered INPUT1 on top of the green signal. ANALOG RGB OUT ANALOG RGB IN (D-Sub)
  • Page 57 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 When connecting to COMPONENT VIDEO (INPUT5) When connecting to ANALOG RGB (INPUT5) [Connections for PDA-5004] [Connections for PDA-5003] COMPONENT INPUT5 INPUT5 ANALOG RGB VIDEO G(ON SYNC) HD (H/V SYNC) Pb/Cb Pr/Cr On-screen setup is necessary after connection. When using INPUT5, set the impedance selector switch to match the output impedance of the connected computer’s synchronization signal.
  • Page 58: Connection To Input2

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.7 Connection to INPUT2 4.3.9 Connection to INPUT4 A computer equipped with DVI output (digital RGB signal) Connect an AV component that has a video output jack or an AV component equipped with DVI output, can be to the video card’s INPUT4 jack.
  • Page 59: About Dtv Set Top Box Connection

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.10 About DTV set top box connection To ensure proper connection, please carefully read the instruction manual supplied with the DTV set top box. The set top box output signals that this display is compatible with are as follows. Jacks where connection is possible Video Video...
  • Page 60: Audio Connections

    Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 4.3.11 Audio connections Audio connections for component connected to Before making connections, be sure to check that the INPUT2 audio component’s power and the display’s main power is off. OUTPUT INPUT1 INPUT2 Connect an audio component to the audio input jack of the Plasma Display with installed AUDIO AUDIO...
  • Page 61 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 [When using PDA-5003] [When using PDA-5004] Audio connection for component connected to Audio connection for component connected to INPUT3 or INPUT4 INPUT3 AUDIO INPUT 3/4 INPUT3 AUDIO Audio input to the AUDIO R/L (INPUT3/4) pin jacks is The audio line for the component connected to INPUT3 possible for a component connected to either INPUT3 can be connected to the AUDIO R/L (INPUT3) pin jacks.
  • Page 62 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 7 PC signals supported INPUT Response Signals INPUT 1, 5 Refresh rate Resolution Remark 7 Video signals supported # (applies only when (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal equipped with PDA-5003/PDA-5004) 640x400 70.1 Hz 31.5 kHz NEC PC-9800 720x400 70.1 Hz 31.5 kHz...
  • Page 63 Video Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 INPUT 2 7 PC signals supported 7 Video signals supported # (applies only when equipped with PDA-5003/PDA-5004) Refresh rate Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Signal Frequency Frequency Remark 640x480 59.9 Hz 31.5 kH z Format Fv (Hz) Fh (kHz)
  • Page 64: Specifications

    (44-9/32 in. (W) × 8-1/16 in. (H) × 16-15/16 in. (D)) Weight ........6.5 kg (14.3 lbs.) (mounting hardware only) 68.5 kg (151.0 lbs.) (mounting hardware and Plasma Display <PDP-607CMX>) Materials ........Base: Aluminum; Cover: plastic (ABS); Stand stay: Zinc Finish ..........
  • Page 65: Installation Coordinates For Screws Used To Attach The Stand To A Surface

    Table Top Stand: PDK-TS26 4.4.2 Installation coordinates for screws used to attach the stand to a surface * To stabilize the equipment on the floor, use screws that have a nominal diameter of 6 mm to 8 mm (1/4 inch to 5/16 inch) and that are at least 25 mm (31/32 inch) long.
  • Page 66: Stand Assembling

    Table Top Stand: PDK-TS26 4.4.4 Stand assembling 1 Remove the cardboard and accessories (screws, 4 Tear off the protective sheets covering the feet from operating instructions) from the box. their perforated lines so you can see their attach- ments. ¶ View of packaged items ¶...
  • Page 67: Attaching The Stand To The Plasma Display

    Table Top Stand: PDK-TS26 4.4.5 Attaching the Stand to the Plasma Display 1 Attaching Plasma Display to stand. ¶ Make sure that the stand and Plasma Display are properly aligned together, and then place the Plasma Display onto the stand. ¶...
  • Page 68: Wall Mount Unit: Pdk-wm03

    Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 4.5 Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 4.5.1 Specifications External dimensions ...... 950 mm (W) × 613 mm (H) × 45 mm (D) (37-13/32 in. (W) × 24-1/8 in. (H) × 1-25/32 in. (D)) Weight ..........12.0 kg (26.5 lbs) [mounting hardware only] 74.0 kg (163 lbs) [mounting hardware and plasma display] Finish ..........
  • Page 69: External Dimensions

    Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 4.5.2 External Dimensions Unit: mm (inch) 1470 (57-7/8) 950 (37-13/32) 850 (33-15/32) (4-13/16) (1-25/32) 530 (20-7/8) Center of 14-10x20 the display (14-13/32x25/32) 2-ø8.5 (2-ø11/32) [Set screw position] Center of the display 2-8.5x12 (2-11/32x15/32) [Set screw position]...
  • Page 70: Hardware Assembly And Plasma Display Attachment

    Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 4.5.3 Hardware assembly and Plasma Display attachment 1) Attaching the metal fittings The display comes with left side hardware and right side hardware. Do the installation so that the two eyebolts are both on the inside. 1 Align the screw holes (ø9) at the positions on the drawing above and below the display metal fittings (one Eyebolt...
  • Page 71 Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 3) Installing the Plasma Display With the display metal fitting already attached to the Plasma Display, attach the plasma display to the hung on wall unit. 1 Hang the top hooks of the left and right display metal fittings on the groove in the hung on wall unit.
  • Page 72: Speaker System: Pdp-s55-lr

    (65 in. (W) × 34-21/32 in. (H) × 4-13/16 in. (D)) Weight ........6.8 kg (15 lbs.) 68.8 kg (151.7 lbs.) (when mounted to the Plasma Display <PDP-607CMX>) Dimensions of packaging ..950 mm (W) × 295 mm (H) × 390 mm (D) (37-13/32 in.
  • Page 73: External Dimensions

    Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR 4.6.2 External Dimensions (when mounted to the Plasma Display) Unit: mm (inch) : Dimension from the front surface of the speaker to the attachment pieces. : Size of Plasma Display 39 (1-17/32) 99 (3-29/32) 1651 (65) 122 (4-13/16) * 90 (3-17/32) 90 (3-17/32)
  • Page 74: Installation On The Plasma Display

    Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR 3 Loosely screwing the screws (M5) into place on the 4.6.3 Installation on the Plasma Display top attachment pieces (two locations). 1) Installation procedure Install the speaker system according to the steps 1 Note: through 5. To install the Plasma Display on a wall, first attach the attachment pieces to the Plasma Display then install it Note: on the wall.
  • Page 75 Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR 5 Tighten the screws just inserted firmly into place (four 2) Connect the cords (Turn off the power of all connected units before locations). connecting the cords.) ¶ Tighten the screws while pushing the speakers lightly against the Plasma Display. Check to be Use the provided speaker cords to connect the R/L sure that all four screws have been screwed speaker jacks of the monitor to the speaker jacks of the...
  • Page 76 Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR 3) Care and Maintenance When the cabinet gets dirty... • Wipe with a lit-free, soft, dry cloth. If the cabinet is heavily soiled, soak a cloth in a neutral detergent solution, wring well, and wipe the cabinet. Remove any remaining moisture by wiping with a dry colth.
  • Page 77 Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR...
  • Page 78: Before Beginning Adjustment/setting

    Before Beginning Adjustment/Setting 5.1 Before Beginning Adjustment There are three methods for adjusting this display: • Main control panel • Remote control • Personal computer (RS-232C control) Carefully read and gain a good understanding of this section before beginning adjustment. Items that apply only when a PDA-5003 or PDA-5004 is installed, are indicated with a ‘#’.
  • Page 79: Combined Use Of The Remote Control, Main-control Panel, And Rs-232c Commands

    Before Beginning Adjustments 3 Integrator Mode This mode provides an adjustment function for integrator options. This mode has white-balance adjustment and various detailed settings in addition to the items in the menu mode. For details, refer to section 5.4, “Integrator Mode” (pg. 142). 4 RS-232C Adjustment In this mode, a personal computer is used to perform various adjustments and settings.
  • Page 80: List Of Input Correspondence Signals

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1.3 List of Input Correspondence Signals 1) Input correspondence signals (personal computer signals) INPUT1 : Not available. Refresh rate Screen size (Dot x line) Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 640x400 70.1 Hz 31.5 kHz NEC PC-9800 640x400...
  • Page 81 Before Beginning Adjustments Screen size (Dot x line) Refresh rate Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 1440x900 59.9 Hz 55.9 kHz Apple Macintosh 17” 1365x768 1280x960 60 Hz 60.0 kHz 1024x768 1365x768 ± ± 85 Hz 85.9 kHz 1280x1024 60 Hz...
  • Page 82 Before Beginning Adjustments : Not available. Refresh rate Screen size (Dot x line) Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 1024x768 60 Hz 48.4 kHz 1024x768 1365x768 ± ± 60 Hz 49.7 kHz Work station (SGI) ±...
  • Page 83 Before Beginning Adjustments 2) Screen size Unit: % (percent) Remarks Screen size Personal computer signal DOT BY DOT This screen size exists for a personal The input signal corresponds 1:1 with the computer signal when the input signals a pixels of the Plasma Display for an accurate less than the pixels of the plasma display.
  • Page 84 Before Beginning Adjustments 3) Input correspondence signals (video signals) # (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed.) INPUT1, INPUT5 # : Not available. Refresh rate Screen size Remarks Signal format Vertical Horizontal 14:9 2.35:1 FULL ZOOM WIDE (Hz) (kHz) Component 625i (576i)/SDTV 15.625 Component...
  • Page 85 Before Beginning Adjustments INPUT3 # Screen size Signal Format Remark 4 : 3 FULL ZOOM WIDE CINEMA 14:9 2.35:1 ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ NTSC S-Video (Y/C) ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ S-Video (Y/C) ‡ ‡ ‡...
  • Page 86 Before Beginning Adjustments 4) Input correspondence signals (personal computer signals) INPUT1, INPUT5 # (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed.) : Not available. Refresh rate Screen size (Dot x line) Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 640x400 70.1 Hz...
  • Page 87 Before Beginning Adjustments Refresh rate Screen size (Dot x line) Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 1440x900 59.9 Hz 55.9 kHz Apple Macintosh 17” 1365x768 1280x960 60 Hz 60.0 kHz 1024x768 1365x768 ± ± 85 Hz 85.9 kHz 1280x1024 60 Hz...
  • Page 88 Before Beginning Adjustments : Not available. Refresh rate Screen size (Dot x line) Resolution Remarks (Dot x Line) Vertical Horizontal DOT BY DOT FULL 1024x768 60 Hz 48.4 kHz 1024x768 1365x768 ± ± 60 Hz 49.7 kHz Work station (SGI) ±...
  • Page 89 Before Beginning Adjustments 5) Screen size Unit: % (percent) When a video card is installed Personal computer Screen size Remarks Video signal 4:3 source Video signal 16:9 source signal (NTSC, 625i, etc.) (750p, 1080i, etc.) This screen size exists for a personal computer DOT BY DOT signal when the input signals a less than the pixels The input signal corresponds 1:1...
  • Page 90: List Of Adjustable And Settable Items

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1.4 List of Adjustable and Settable Items 1) Menu Mode 7 PDP-607CMX *1: INPUT1 case *2: INPUT2 case (Note 1) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 91 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 PDP-607CMX# #: Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed. : Cannot be set according to the signal. *1: INPUT1 case *2: INPUT2 case (Note 1) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 92 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 PDA-5003/PDA-5004 #: Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed. : Cannot be set according to the signal. *1: INPUT5 case *2: INPUT3 or INPUT4 cases (Note 1) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 93 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 Slot card other than PDA-5003/PDA-5004 #: Applicable only when a video card is installed. : Cannot be set according to the signal. *1: INPUT3 to INPUT5 analog signal cases *2: INPUT3 to INPUT5 digital signal cases (Note 1) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 94 Before Beginning Adjustments 2) Integrator mode 7 PDP-607CMX (Note) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 95 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 PDP-607CMX# : Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed. (Note) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 96 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 PDA-5003/PDA-5004 : INPUT3 to INPUT5 are applicable only when the PDA-5003 or the PDA-5004 is installed. (Note) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 97 Before Beginning Adjustments 7 Slot card other than PDA-5003/PDA-5004 : INPUT3 to INPUT5 are applicable only when the PDA-5003 or the PDA-5004 is installed. (Note) The OPTION settings are common settings for all inputs.
  • Page 98: Last Memory

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1.5 Last Memory The timing for the last memory is listed below. When one of the following operations is performed before the timing is complete, the last memory function may not perform. • MAIN POWER switch is turned OFF •...
  • Page 99: Normal Operation Mode

    Normal Operating Mode 5.2 Normal Operation Mode 5.2.1 About normal operation mode The following controls are possible in the normal operation mode. 1 Switching input • Pressing the [INPUT1] to [INPUT5] buttons on the remote control changes the input that setting. •...
  • Page 100: Normal Operating Mode

    Normal Operating Mode 4 Volume Adjustment/Muting • Pressing the [VOLUME+] button on the remote control or main-control panel raises the volume. • Pressing the [VOLUME-] button on the remote control or main-control panel lowers the volume. • Pressing the [MUTING] button on the remote control switches between no sound (muting ON) and sound (muting OFF) each time the button is pressed.
  • Page 101: Menu Mode

    Menu Mode 5.3 Menu Mode 5.3.1 About menu mode 1) Entering/leaving the menu mode • Pressing the [MENU] button on the remote control or main-control panel in the normal-operation mode causes the menu screen to appear. Pressing the [MENU] button while in the menu mode causes the menu to close. 2) When performing adjustment in the menu mode...
  • Page 102: Example Of A Menu Mode Operation

    Menu Mode Press the MENU button to display the menu 5.3.3 Example of a Menu Mode Operation screen. The basic operation in the menu mode will be explained using brightness adjustment as an example. M EN U I N P UT 1 PI C TU R E S C RE EN SE TU P...
  • Page 103: Adjustment And Setting In The Menu Mode

    [INPUT] button on the remote control or main-control panel. However, during SYNC ON G or composite SYNC input, operation does not return by simply operating the personal computer. After operating the personal computer, press the [INPUT] button. • The power consumption during power standby. PDP-607CMX: 0.8 W...
  • Page 104: Signal Format Setting

    Menu Mode 2) Signal Format Setting This display automatically identifies PC signals and video signals such as from a DVD player by the frequency of the input signal. The panel is equipped with a function for identifying the resolution of a PC signal. Factory setting: AUTO 1 Select ‘SETUP’.
  • Page 105: Menu Language Display Setting

    Menu Mode Menu mode RS232C Signal format Signal format Resolution V [Hz] H [kHz] Remarks polarity polarity Set values Set values 1360x768 Pos. Pos. 60.0 47 .7 1360x768 TYPE 2 1376x768 Pos. Neg. 59.9 48.3 1376x768 TYPE 3 1280x800 60.0 49.7 1280x800 TYPE 2...
  • Page 106: Energy Saving Setting

    Menu Mode 4) Energy Saving Setting This is a function that reduces power consumption and reduces deterioration of the panel. This setting controls the brightness of the screen according to the input signal. • To make the screen bright and easy to see: Set ‘ENERGY SAVE: STANDARD. •...
  • Page 107 Menu Mode 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor over ‘ENERGY SAVE’ then press the [SET] button to change the setting. M E N U I N P U T 1 Each time the [SET] button is pressed, the setting changes P I C T U R E S C R E E N S E T U P...
  • Page 108: Timer Setting

    Menu Mode 5) Timer Setting The present day of the week, time, and daylight savings time are set. 1 Select ‘OPTION’. 2 Place the cursor on ‘TIMER SETTING’ then press the [SET] button. 3 Place the cursor on ‘PRESENT TIME’ then press the [SET] Screen 3 button.
  • Page 109: Orbiter Setting

    Menu Mode 7) Orbiter Setting This function gradually moves the display position of the screen periodically screen position is moved at random, horizontally or vertically). Setting ‘MODE1’ to ‘MODE3’ is effective in reducing screen burn when a still image is displayed. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 110: Soft Focus Setting

    Menu Mode 8) Soft Focus Setting Images are softened by suppressing the edge contrast. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor on ‘SCREEN MGT.’ then press the [SET] button. M E N U I N P U T 1 P I C T U R E S C R E E N S E T U P...
  • Page 111: Auto Set Up Mode Setting

    Menu Mode 9) Auto Set Up Mode Setting This function automatically adjusts the signal when the power is turned ON, when the input is changed, and when the type of input signal is changed. Factory setting: INACTIVE Screen 2 1 Select ‘OPTION’. M E N U I N P U T 1 2 Place the cursor on ‘AUTO SETUP MODE’...
  • Page 112: Screen Position, Clock Frequency And Clock Phase Adjustment

    Menu Mode 10) Screen Position, Clock Frequency and Clock Phase Adjustment In AUTO SET UP, the position and clock are optimally set. However, depending on the type of signal, adjustment may be off. If this should occur, refer to the procedure below and make the adjustment manually. Example) When a PC signal is input to INPUT1 (1024 x 768) 1 Set the screen size to ‘DOT BY DOT’.
  • Page 113 Menu Mode 6 Use the [2/3] buttons to adjust the click frequency. Screen 6 In step 4, the left side was aligned while here the right side is aligned. 1. With the [3] button, move the display until the mask (black portion) protrudes into the right side of the image.
  • Page 114: Auto Function Mode Setting

    Menu Mode 11) Auto Function Mode Setting With the Auto Function mode it is possible to automatically change the input when a signal is detected. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor over ‘AUTO FUNCTION’ then press the [SET] button to change the setting.
  • Page 115: Pip Detect Setting

    Menu Mode 12) PIP DETECT Setting During picture-in-picture display, if no subscreen input signal is detected then the black borders of the subscreen are automatically turned off. The subscreen mode function is disabled during side-by-side display. * The lack of a subscreen input signal means there is no video signal or sync signal. Factory setting: ACTIVE Screen 2 1 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 116: Split Freeze Setting

    Menu Mode 13) SPLIT FREEZE Setting For setting other than [OFF], the image displayed when the FREEZE button is pressed is displayed in a subscreen as a freeze-frame image. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor on ‘SPLIT FREEZE’ then press the [SET] button to change the setting.
  • Page 117: Concerning The Display Of The Osd Of Each Item (applicable Only When A Pda-5003/pda-5004 Is Installed.)

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode Press the MENU button to display the menu 5.3.5 Concerning the display of the OSD of each screen. item (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/ PDA-5004 is installed.) M E N U I N P U T1 P I C TU R E S C R E E N...
  • Page 118: Adjustment And Setting In The Menu Mode (applicable Only When A Pda-5003/pda-5004 Is Installed.)

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 5.3.7 Adjustment and setting in the Menu Mode (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed.) 1) Color Temperature Setting The color temperature of the video signal input can be set. Setting should be performed for INPUT1 to INPUT5 in accordance with the following: •...
  • Page 119: Power Management And Auto Power Off Setting

    [INPUT] button on the remote control or the main operating panel. But during G ON SYNC input, only operating the personal computer will not cause it to return. After operating the personal computer, press the [INPUT] button. • The power consumption during power standby. PDP-607CMX: 0.8 W...
  • Page 120: Dnr (digital Noise Reduction) Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 3) DNR (digital noise reduction) Setting The DNR (digital noise reduction) setting can be changed to improve the S/N ratio when a video signal is input. The setting should be performed for each input (INPUT1 to INPUT 5) and each signal. Settable conditions: When there is video signal input Factory setting: MIDDLE...
  • Page 121: Mpeg Nr Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 4) MPEG NR Setting This is set when the noise (mosquito noise) of the video such as in a digital broadcast or DVD is disturbing. The setting should be performed for each input (INPUT1 to INPUT5) and each signal. Settable condition: When there is video signal input Factory setting: 1 Select ‘SETUP’.
  • Page 122: Cti Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 5) CTI Setting This setting sharpens the color contours as desired. The setting should be performed for each input (INPUT1 to INPUT5) and each signal. Settable condition: When there is video signal input Factory setting: 1 Select ‘SETUP’.
  • Page 123: Purecinema Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 6) PURECINEMA Setting The PURECINEMA function automatically detects video signals such as movies that are filmed at 24 frames per second then converts them to a progressive video signal by a 2-3 pull-down process. Normally, when the PURECINEMA function is used, the ‘ON’...
  • Page 124 Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Input Correspondence Signal INPUT1, INPUT5 : Not available. Refresh rate PURECINEMA Signal format Types of display call signals Vertical Horizontal (Hz) (kHz) Component 625i (576i)/SDTV 15.625 Component 1125i (1080i)/HDTV 28.13 Component 31.25 625p (576p)/SDTV Component...
  • Page 125: Color Decoding Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 7) Color Decoding Setting When a video signal is input at INPUT1, INPUT2 and INPUT5, it corresponds to an RGB and component video signal. This setting must comply with the connected device. The setting should be performed as shown below for INPUT1, INPUT2, and INPUT5.
  • Page 126: Color System Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 8) Color System Setting INPUT3 and INPUT4 correspond to and automatically determine the various TV systems used in countries around the world. Normally, this setting is set to ‘COLOR SYSTEM: AUTO (Auto detection)’, however, in the case of VTR signals with repeated dubbings, proper reproduction of the signal may not be possible (no color, etc.).
  • Page 127: Signal Format Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 9) Signal Format Setting This display automatically identifies PC signals and video signals such as from a DVD player by the frequency of the input signal. The panel is equipped with a function for identifying the resolution of a PC signal. Factory setting: AUTO 1 Select ‘SETUP’.
  • Page 128 Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] If it is not displayed correctly when “AUTO” has been set, change the setting of the signal format with reference to the following table. 7 PC signal Menu mode RS232C Signal format Signal format Resolution V [Hz]...
  • Page 129: Dvi Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 10) DVI Setting Choose the component type (either [PC] or [VIDEO]) that is connected to INPUT2. Settable condition: INPUT2 Factory setting: PLUG/PLAY: PC BLACK LEVEL: LOW 1 Select ‘SETUP’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor on ‘DVI SET UP’...
  • Page 130: Menu Language Display Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 11) Menu Language Display Setting The factory setting for the menu display language is English. To change to another language it is necessary to change the setting. Factory setting: ENGLISH 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor over ‘LANGUAGE’...
  • Page 131: Energy Saving Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 12) Energy Saving Setting This is a function that reduces power consumption and reduces deterioration of the panel. This setting controls the brightness of the screen according to the input signal. •...
  • Page 132 Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor over ‘ENERGY SAVE’ then press the [SET] button to change the setting. MENU INPUT1 Each time the [SET] button is pressed, the setting changes PICTURE SCREEN SETUP...
  • Page 133: Timer Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 13) Timer Setting The present day of the week, time, and daylight savings time are set. 1 Select ‘OPTION’. 2 Place the cursor on ‘TIMER SETTING’ then press the [SET] button. 3 Place the cursor on ‘PRESENT TIME’...
  • Page 134: Orbiter Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 15) Orbiter Setting This function gradually moves the display position of the screen periodically screen position is moved at random, horizontally or vertically). Setting ‘MODE1’ to ‘MODE3’ is effective in reducing screen burn when a still image is displayed. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 135: Soft Focus Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 16) Soft Focus Setting Images are softened by suppressing the edge contrast. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor on ‘SCREEN MGT.’ then press the [SET] button.
  • Page 136: Auto Set Up Mode Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 17) Auto Set Up Mode Setting This function automatically adjusts the signal when the power is turned ON, when input is changed, and when the type of input signal is changed. Factory setting: INACTIVE 1 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 137: Screen Position, Clock Frequency And Clock Phase Adjustment

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 18) Screen Position, Clock Frequency and Clock Phase Adjustment In AUTO SET UP, the position and clock are optimally set. However, depending on the type of signal, adjustment may be off. In this situation, manually adjust the setting. Example) When a PC signal is input to INPUT1 (1024 x 768) 1 Set the screen size to ‘DOT BY DOT’.
  • Page 138 Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Screen 6 6 Use the [2/3] buttons to adjust the click frequency. In step 4, the left side was aligned. Here the right side is aligned. 1. With the [3] button, move the display until the mask (black portion) protrudes into the right side of the image.
  • Page 139: Auto Function Mode Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 19) Auto Function Mode Setting With the Auto Function mode it is possible to automatically change the input when a signal is detected. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor over ‘AUTO FUNCTION’...
  • Page 140: Pip Detect Setting

    Menu Mode [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] 20) PIP DETECT Setting During picture-in-picture display, if no subscreen input signal is detected then the black borders of the subscreen are automatically turned off. The subscreen mode function is disabled during side-by-side display. * The lack of a subscreen input signal means there is no video signal or sync signal.
  • Page 141: Split Freeze Setting

    [Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004 is installed] Menu Mode 21) SPLIT FREEZE Setting For setting other than [OFF], the image displayed when the FREEZE button is pressed is displayed in a subscreen as a freeze-frame image. Factory setting: OFF 1 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 2 2 Place the cursor on ‘SPLIT FREEZE’...
  • Page 142: Integrator Mode

    Integrator Mode 5.4 Integrator Mode 5.4.1 About the Integrator Mode 1) Entering the Integrator Mode • It is possible to set the integrator mode by the following procedure. 1 Press the [DISPLAY] button to display ‘DISPLAY CALL 1’. 2 When ‘DISPLAY CALL 1’ is displayed, press the [DISPLAY] button again (for three seconds or more) to display ‘DISPLAY CALL 2’.
  • Page 143: Example Of Integrator Mode Operation

    Integrator Mode Press the [MENU] button on the remote control 5.4.2 Example of Integrator Mode Operation unit or the main-control panel when ‘DISPLAY The basic operation in the menu mode is explained using CALL 2’ is displayed to open up the integrator brightness adjustment as an example.
  • Page 144: Adjustment And Setting In The Integrator Mode

    Integrator Mode 5.4.3 Adjustment and Setting in the Integrator Mode For details about button controls, refer to section 5.4.2, “Example of Integrator Mode Operation” (pg. 143). 1) PICTURE Adjustment The adjustable items shown below are a little different than in the menu mode’s PICTURE adjustment (refer to the instruction manual).
  • Page 145: White Balance Adjustment

    Integrator Mode 2) WHITE BALANCE Adjustment The adjustable items are R. HIGH, G. HIGH, B. HIGH, R. LOW, G. LOW and B. LOW. 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) Select ‘PICTURE’. Screen 1 2 Place the cursor on ‘WHITE BALANCE’...
  • Page 146: Color Detail Setting

    Integrator Mode 3) COLOR DETAIL setting 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘PICTURE’. Screen 3 3 Place the cursor on ‘COLOR DETAIL’ then press the [SET] button. I N T E G R AT O R I N P U T 1 P I C T U R E S C R E E N...
  • Page 147: Gamma Setting

    Press the [SET] button to return to screen 3. Note • The GAMMA value is set based on Pioneer’s measurement standards. • After adjusting the WHITE BALANCE, the WHITE BALANCE is not lost even when the GAMMA setting is changed.
  • Page 148: Screen (screen Position) Adjustment

    Integrator Mode 5) SCREEN (Screen Position) Adjustment The adjustable items are H. POSITION, V. POSITION, CLOCK, PHASE, H. SIZE and V. SIZE. Screen 2 1 Enter the integrator mode then switch to the input For PC signal input (INPUT1 to INPUT5) to be adjusted. I N T E G R AT O R I N P U T 1 2 Select ‘SCREEN’...
  • Page 149: Brightness Enhancement (brt. Enhance) Setting At The Center Of The Screen

    Integrator Mode 6) Brightness Enhancement (BRT. ENHANCE) Setting at the Center of the Screen This function improves and enhances the brightness of the center of the screen. • When emphasizing the brightness of the screen: Set to ON. • When emphasizing uniformity of the screen: Set to OFF. Factory setting: OFF 1 Enter the integrator mode.
  • Page 150: Sub Volume Setting

    Integrator Mode 7) SUB VOLUME Setting This item is for adjusting the audio input level for each input. This is useful when adjusting the level between different sources, for example a DVD player and a PC. After muting the audio before hand, enter the integrator mode and perform the adjustment. 1 Enter the integrator mode.
  • Page 151: Program Timer Setting

    Integrator Mode 8) Program Timer Setting This option can set the day of the week, time, input, and function desired when the power is turned ON/OFF. 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 152 Integrator Mode 7 Viewing the program timer screen • “∗” in the DATE column This indicates “every”. When there is only “∗” in the DATE column, it means “every day”, while “*FRI” means “every Friday”. • ON, OFF column “–“ The hour and minute must be set for this option to function.
  • Page 153: Screen Mask Setting

    Integrator Mode 9) SCREEN MASK Setting This function displays the inverse of the normal picture on the entire screen, or displays a single color such as white, red, green, blue or yellow according to an internal signal in the Plasma Display. When setting something other than ‘OFF’...
  • Page 154: Side Mask Setting

    Integrator Mode 10) SIDE MASK Setting This mode is for adjusting the brightness of the no-image section around the screen when the screen size is ‘4:3’ etc. When performing adjustments, pay attention to the brightness balance between the displayed signal and that of the adjacent sets.
  • Page 155 Integrator Mode 6 Place the cursor on ‘DEFAULT’ then press the [SET] button Screen 6 to return to the factory setting. S I D E M A S K R . L E V E L G . L E V E L B .
  • Page 156: Video Wall Setting

    Integrator Mode 11) VIDEO WALL Setting Use this feature to configure a four panel to 25-panel video wall. Note This setting is adjusted when the screen size is full display. It is not correctly displayed in other screen sizes. (See pg. 89) Factory setting: DIVIDER ....
  • Page 157 Integrator Mode 7 Setting the position Screen 6 The POSITION is where a particular panel resides in the video wall. V I D E O WA L L D I V I D E R O F F 6 Place the cursor on ‘POSITION’ then press the [SET] P O S I T I ON T Y P E N O R M A L...
  • Page 158 Integrator Mode 7 Setting AUTO ID Screen 9 When ‘ON‘ is set, the ID for each of the multiple displays linked by the remote control cable is set automatically. V I D E O WA L L 9 Place the cursor on ‘AUTO ID’ then press the [SET] button. D I V I D E R P O S I T I ON T Y P E...
  • Page 159 Integrator Mode (When 16 and 25 screen Video Walls) MODE2 MODE1 OFF → MODE1 (after approx. one second)* → MODE2 (after approx. two seconds)* * The seconds shown above are yardstick targets; errors may occur. Shift and set the power on timing by grouping OFF, MODE1, and MODE2. 7 Setting the ABL LINK This option synchronizes the screen brightness on the multiple displays that form a Video Wall.
  • Page 160: Baud Rate Setting

    Integrator Mode 12) BAUD RATE Setting It is possible to switch the RS-232C transmission speed (baud rate) when controlling or adjusting the display using a PC. The baud rate can be set to 1200 bps, 2400 bps, 4800 bps, 9600 bps, 19200 bps, or 38400 bps. Factory setting: 9600 bps 1 Enter the integrator mode.
  • Page 161: Assigning An Id

    Integrator Mode 13) Assigning an ID This option assigns the ID necessary to adjust only the designated display in a video wall or to make an adjustment using an RS-232C command. For details see “5.5 RS-232C Adjustment” (pg. 189). Factory setting: ALL 1 Enter the integrator mode.
  • Page 162 Integrator Mode Note • If the Remote Control does not work, display screen 2. Then press [CLEAR] button, the setting back ‘ALL’. • This function does not assign an ID number to the remote control; it assigns two kinds of panel IDs (Plasma Display use and remote control use) to control each unit by combining these two IDs.
  • Page 163: Cooling Fan Control Setting

    Integrator Mode 14) Cooling Fan Control Setting A cooling fan is located on the rear surface of the display. This function switches the method for controlling this fan. For automatic control according to an internal temperature sensor, Set to ‘AUTO’. For maximum rpm (AUTO CONTROL: OFF): Set to ‘MAX’.
  • Page 164: Osd Display Setting

    Integrator Mode 15) OSD Display Setting This option allows the On-Screen-Display (OSD) menu to appear or to be hidden. OSD menu display features and location are adjustable. Factory setting: DISPLAY ... ON SIZE ....LARGE ANGLE ....H 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode”...
  • Page 165 Integrator Mode 7 Setting the display mode If the display is installed vertically, set the display mode to ‘V’. Screen 6 6 Place the cursor on ‘ANGLE’ then use the [2/3] buttons to change the settings. Each time a [2/3] button is pressed, the setting changes as shown below.
  • Page 166: Front Indicator Setting

    Integrator Mode 16) FRONT INDICATOR Setting This function controls the flashing of the indicator on the front of the display. Factory setting: ON 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 3 3 Place the cursor on ‘FRONT INDICATOR’...
  • Page 167: Color Mode Setting

    Integrator Mode 17) COLOR MODE Setting In addition to the normal operation mode (NORMAL), this display has a (STUDIO) mode for use in a TV studio. The adjustment values for ‘PICTURE’ and ‘SCREEN’ can be set independently. (Refer to section 5.4.4, “PICTURE, White Balance and SCREEN position Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables” (pg.
  • Page 168: Pro Use Setting

    Integrator Mode 18) PRO USE Setting Factory setting: UNDERSCAN .... OFF IMAGE PROCESS ..NORMAL SIGNAL TYPE .... MOTION 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 3 3 Place the cursor on ‘PRO USE’ then press the [SET] button.
  • Page 169 Integrator Mode UNDERSCAN This function causes the outer edge of the display to appear, beyond the normal effective data area for a video signal. [Method of Use] After setting the UNDERSCAN setting to ON and leaving the MENU mode, select ‘UNDERSCAN’ with the remote control’s SCREEN SIZE button.
  • Page 170: Frc Setting

    Integrator Mode 19) FRC Setting This option allows switching of the frame rate conversion. Factory setting: ON 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’. Screen 3 3 Place the cursor on ‘FRC’ then press the [SET] button. Each time the [SET] button is pressed, the setting changes I N T E G R AT O R I N P U T 1...
  • Page 171 Integrator Mode # Applicable only when a PDA-5003 or PDA-5004 is installed. Input correspondence signals Vertical frequency Horizontal frequency MODE Remarks VIDEO/PC Fv (Hz) Fh (kHz) 15.63 625i (576i)/SDTV 28.13 1125i (1080i)/HDTV 31.25 625p (576p)/SDTV Retake at a TV studio VIDEO (PAL camera) 50Hz...
  • Page 172: Power On Mode Setting

    Integrator Mode 20) POWER ON MODE Setting This function sets the input at the time the power is switched on. Factory setting: INPUT ..LAST VOLUME ..LAST 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 173 Integrator Mode 7 Setting when MULTI is selected Place the cursor on ‘MULTI MODE’ then use the [2/3] buttons to change the settings. Each time a [2/3] button is pressed, the setting changes as shown below. SIDE BY SIDE1 SIDE BY SIDE2 SIDE BY SIDE3 TOP LEFT TOP RIGHT...
  • Page 174: Seamless Sw Setting

    Integrator Mode 21) SEAMLESS SW Setting This setting switches between inputs at a speed of approximately 0.4 seconds. Factory setting: SEAMLESS ....OFF SELECT1 ...... INPUT1 SELECT2 ...... INPUT2 1 Enter the integrator mode. (Refer to section 5.4.1, “About the Integrator Mode” (pg. 142).) 2 Select ‘OPTION’.
  • Page 175: Mirror Mode Setting

    Integrator Mode 22) MIRROR MODE Setting This function reverses the image displayed on the screen in various ways. For normal reproduction: Set to ‘MIRROR MODE: OFF’ For left-right reversed reproduction: Set to ‘MIRROR MODE: X’ For up-down reversed reproduction: Set to ‘MIRROR MODE: Y’ For up-down, left-right reproduction: Set to ‘MIRROR MODE: XY’...
  • Page 176 Integrator Mode 4 Each time the [SET] button is pressed, the setting changes Screen 4 as shown below (the OSD is also reversed). The ‘MIRROR MODE’ setting is common for all inputs.
  • Page 177: Multiscreen Setting

    Integrator Mode 23) MULTISCREEN Setting This function divides the screen into two areas when the remote control’s SPLIT button is pressed. Factory setting: S BY S SIZE ....NORMAL S BY S LAYOUT ... MODE1 PIP SIZE ....... 2 TRANSLUCENT PIP ..OFF BANNER PIP ....
  • Page 178 Integrator Mode S BY S SIZE/S BY S LAYOUT Select a SIDE BY SIDE mode display, six options. MODE1 MODE2 MODE3 NORMAL SBYS1 SBYS2 SBYS3 FULL SBYS4 SBYS5 SBYS6 SIDE BY SIDE1 SIDE BY SIDE2 SIDE BY SIDE3 682 (682)* 683 (683)* 1024 1024...
  • Page 179 Integrator Mode TRANSLUCENT PIP Select the degree of transparency for the PICTURE IN PICTURE sub-screen. As the translucent percentage rises, the sub-screen becomes less visible, fades. BANNER PIP Select the PICTURE IN PICTURE sub-screen position from the locations shown below. The Banner sub-screen option uses only the top 1/4 of a PC signal input.
  • Page 180: Repeat Timer Setting

    Integrator Mode 24) REPEAT TIMER Setting When two input modes have been set, they are displayed alternatively. This can be used to set one screen, two screens, or video wall. Factory setting: REPEAT TIMER .... SINGLE 1. WORK TIME .... 00H10M INPUT MODE ...
  • Page 181 Integrator Mode 7 Setting the two screen REPEAT TIMER • MODE ....This sets the display mode. S BY S1 ⇔ S BY S2 ⇔ S BY S3 ⇔ BTM LEFT ⇔ BTM RIGHT ⇔ TOP RIGHT ⇔ TOP LEFT •...
  • Page 182: Functional Lock

    Integrator Mode 25) FUNCTIONAL LOCK This is the FUNCTIONAL LOCK function that prevents operation from the main unit panel or the remote control in order to prevent improper operation after installation (The RS-232C command is effective.) While the FUNCTIONAL LOCK is set, if the remote control or main unit operating panel are operated, the following are displayed in the center of the screen.
  • Page 183: Center Position Display

    Integrator Mode 26) Center Position Display It is possible to display the horizontal and vertical center position. 1 Press the [MUTING] button twice. 2 Press the [SUB INPUT] button. 3 Press the [SET] button. 6 8 3 3 8 4 3 8 4 6 8 3 When it is off, Press the [MENU] button, [DISPLAY] button or [STANDBY ON] button etc.
  • Page 184: Picture, White Balance And Screen Position Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables

    Integrator Mode 5.4.4 PICTURE, White Balance and SCREEN Position Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables The memory areas for the PICTURE, White Balance and SCREEN adjustment values have the configuration shown below. Adjustments in the menu mode share the same memory as the COLOR MODE NORMAL and STUDIO. The adjustment values in the integrator mode are stored in memory that is separate from that for COLOR MODE NORMAL and STUDIO.
  • Page 185 Integrator Mode 7 INPUT2 MENU INTEGRATOR ¥CONTRAST ¥CONTRAST ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥H. ENHANCE ! ¥H. ENHANCE ! ¥V. ENHANCE ! ¥V. ENHANCE ! ¥COLOR # ¥COLOR # ¥TINT # ¥TINT # ¥SHARPNESS # ¥SHARPNESS # ¥H. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL RED ¥V. POSITION ¥C.
  • Page 186 Integrator Mode 7 INPUT3 MENU INTEGRATOR ¥CONTRAST ¥CONTRAST ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥COLOR ¥COLOR ¥TINT ¥TINT ¥SHARPNESS ¥SHARPNESS ¥H. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL RED ¥V. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL YELLOW ¥COLOR TEMP. ¥C. DETAIL GREEN ¥DNR ¥C. DETAIL CYAN ¥MPEG NR ¥C. DETAIL BLUE ¥CTI ¥C.
  • Page 187 Integrator Mode 7 INPUT4 MENU INTEGRATOR ¥CONTRAST ¥CONTRAST ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥COLOR ¥COLOR ¥TINT ¥TINT ¥SHARPNESS ¥SHARPNESS ¥H. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL RED ¥V. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL YELLOW ¥COLOR TEMP. ¥C. DETAIL GREEN ¥DNR ¥C. DETAIL CYAN ¥MPEG NR ¥C. DETAIL BLUE ¥CTI ¥C.
  • Page 188 Integrator Mode 7 INPUT5 MENU INTEGRATOR ¥CONTRAST ¥CONTRAST ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥BRIGHTNESS ¥H. ENHANCE ! ¥H. ENHANCE ! ¥V. ENHANCE ! ¥V. ENHANCE ! ¥COLOR # ¥COLOR # ¥TINT # ¥TINT # ¥SHARPNESS # ¥SHARPNESS # ¥H. POSITION ¥C. DETAIL RED ¥V. POSITION ¥C.
  • Page 189: Rs-232c Adjustment

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5 RS-232C Adjustment This display has an RS-232C terminal. It is possible to use a PC to make various adjustments and settings. 5.5.1 About the RS-232C Adjustment Adjustments using the RS-232C: • The adjustments are written to the same memory area as for the integrator mode (refer to section 5.4.4, “PICTURE, White Balance and SCREEN Position Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables”...
  • Page 190: Interface

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5.2 Interface 1) Connector D-sub 9 pins (male/straight) 2) Pin layout Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal NC (not connected) NC (not connected) TxD (Transmit Data) NC (not connected) RxD (Receive Data) RTS (Request To Send) NC (not connected) NC (not connected) 3) Baud Rate 9 600 bps (standard)
  • Page 191: Combination Connection

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5.3 Combination Connection When controlling/adjusting panels, it is convenient to connect several displays to one PC. By performing a combination connection and assigning IDs to the panels, it is possible to control and adjust several displays at the same time or separately. Connection method: Connect the panels as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 192: Id Assignment

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5.4 ID Assignment The ID is assigned from the PC. Commands: <IDC> (ID CLEAR) ..Clears the assigned ID <IDS> (ID SET) ..... Assigns an ID IDS is only effective when an ID is not assigned. IDs are assigned starting from the panel closest to the PC. Example: Case of 4 displays (assigning IDs with the PC for the first time) First, connect an RS-232C and combination cables.
  • Page 193 RS-232C Adjustment Under the connection conditions shown below, use a combination cable for up to 16 panels. 1 Length of RS-232C cable connecting PC to Plasma Display: 5 m Conditions: 2 Combination cable length: 5 m each 3 Wire specifications for linking cable: Mini Din 6-pin straight (7 strand cable) For one strand, suitable for AWG28: Cross-section area = 0.08 mm ≠...
  • Page 194: List Of Rs-232c Commands

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5.5 List of RS-232C Commands (Command 434CMX = Command 43MXE1 / Command 505CMX = Command 50MXE10 , 50MXE11 , 50MXE1 , 50MXE1-S / Command 425CMX = Command 42MXE10 / Command 607CMX = Command 60MXE20) 7 Normal Operation Related Commands Command Number direct Command...
  • Page 195 RS-232C Adjustment Command Number direct Command Command Last 434CMX Function Comment 425CMX 607CMX memory Effective Minimum Maximum 505CMX Sets the MULTI SCREEN to PoutP (side by side, 2-L). MSTS06 Sets MULTI SCREEN to SWAP (switches between main – MSTS08 and sub screens). –...
  • Page 196 Sets the DVI BLACK LEVEL to LOW. – DBLS02 Sets the DVI BLACK LEVEL to HIGH. Note 1: The operation differs between the PDP-434CMX/PDP-505CMX and PDP-425CMX/PDP-607CMX Note 2: EDIS01/02 only operates on the PDP-505CMX 7 “MENU”–“OPTION” related commands Command Number direct...
  • Page 197 RS-232C Adjustment 7 “INTEGRATOR”–“PICTURE” related commands Command Number direct Command Command Last 434CMX Function Comment 425CMX 607CMX memory Effective Minimum Maximum 505CMX VIDEO QUALITY Adjusts the contrast. Adjusts the brightness. Adjusts the horizontal enhance. Adjusts the vertical enhance. Adjusts the color. Adjusts the tint.
  • Page 198 RS-232C Adjustment 7 “INTEGRATOR”–“OPTION” related commands Command Number direct Command Command Last 434CMX Function Comment 425CMX 607CMX memory Effective Minimum Maximum 505CMX SCREEN MASK Displays the present set value of SCREEN MASK. Sets SCREEN MASK to OFF. FMKS00 FMKS02 Sets SCREEN MASK to inverse (negative – positive reversed). Sets SCREEN MASK to white mask.
  • Page 199 Sets sub screen translucence to 50 %. PTRS05 – Sets sub screen translucence to 60 %. PTRS06 – Sets sub screen translucence to 70 %. PTRS07 – Sets sub screen translucence to 80 %. PTRS08 Note 1: The operation differs between the PDP-434CMX/PDP-505CMX and PDP-425CMX/PDP-607CMX...
  • Page 200 RS-232C Adjustment Command Number direct Command Command Last 434CMX Function Comment 425CMX 607CMX memory Effective Minimum Maximum 505CMX – BPIS01 Sets the BANNER PinP input to INPUT1. Sets the BANNER PinP input to INPUT2. – BPIS02 Sets the BANNER PinP setting to OFF. –...
  • Page 201 RS-232C Adjustment Command Number direct Command Command Last 434CMX Function Comment 425CMX 607CMX memory Effective Minimum Maximum 505CMX – – RMCS26 Remote control key: POINT ZOOM – – RMCS27 Remote control key: ID NO SET – – RMCS28 Remote control key: CLEAR –...
  • Page 202: Quest Commands

    RS-232C Adjustment 5.5.6 QUEST Commands What are QUEST commands? • Quest commands output TXD such as adjustment data from the panel’s microprocessor to a PC. • Adjustment and other data is output in ASCII code. Note Command names are given inside brackets < >. •...
  • Page 203 RS-232C Adjustment 1) Obtaining QST Status Information Sequence Data Content Size Remarks 1 Byte 02hex Command echo-back 3 Byte QST (fixed) Generation information 1 Byte 5 (fixed) Inch information 1 Byte 6: 60 inch Forwarding 1 Byte M (fixed) Power source state 1 Byte S: Standby status P: Power supplied status During standby: Standby cause...
  • Page 204 RS-232C Adjustment 2) <QPI> Obtaining Integrator/PICTURE information Sequence Data Content Size Remarks 1 Byte 02hex Command echo-back 3 Byte QPI (fixed) CONTRAST 3 Byte 000 to 255 Note 1) BRIGHTNESS 3 Byte 000 to 255 Note 1) C,DETAIL R (RED) 3 Byte 000 to 060 Note 1) C,DETAIL Y (YELLOW)
  • Page 205 RS-232C Adjustment 5) <QSS> Obtaining SETUP information Sequence Data Content Size Remarks 1 Byte 02hex Command echo-back 3 Byte QSS (fixed) COLOR TEMP. 1 Byte 1: LOW 2: MID LOW 3: MIDDLE 4: MID HIGH 5: HIGH Note 1) POWER MGT. 1 Byte 0: OFF 1: ON...
  • Page 206 RS-232C Adjustment Sequence Data Content Size Remarks PRO USE UNDERSCAN 1 Byte 0: OFF 1: ON PRO USE IMAGE PROCESS 1 Byte 1: NORMAL 2: PURE 3: MONOTONE 4: BLUE ONLY 5: HIGH CONTRAST PRO USE SYGNAL TYPE 1 Byte 1: MOTION 2: STILL 3: NONE STD 1 Byte 0: OFF...
  • Page 207 9) <QAP> Obtaining machine name Sequence Data Content Size Remarks 1 Byte 02hex Command echo-back 3 Byte QAP (fixed) Machine name information 18 Byte A (North America model): PDP-607CMX******** G (Europe-general model): PDP-60MXE20******* Check sum 2 Byte 1 Byte 03hex...
  • Page 208 RS-232C Adjustment 7 Table of commands not compatible with PDP-434CMX to PDP-425CMX Ends 232C integrator adjustment mode. Turns off MASK CONTROL. Starts 232C integrator adjustment mode. Turns on MASK CONTROL. Displays present color off setting. MGFS01 Turns on VIDEO WALL. COFS00 Does not set color off.
  • Page 209 RS-232C Adjustment 7 Check Sum This is data to which 2-Byte ASCII code is added to a data group returned by a QUEST command. PC side QUEST command 02 (hex) 2 Byte 3 Byte 03 (hex) Set side QUEST command Data Check sum 02 (hex)
  • Page 210: Screen Burning

    Screen Burning 5.6 Screen Burning When the same image is reproduced for a long period (still image, telop, etc.), the image is burned into to screen. It may be difficult to remove this image. Burning should be managed by making necessary changes in the video software, projection method, system configuration etc.
  • Page 211 Screen Burning 7 Standard Functions (Settings cannot be changed) 1 Auto Brightness Adjustment (still image detection) When an image that has little or no motion, such as a photograph or computer screen, is displayed for a long period, the screen may appear dimmer. This feature is part of the screen-protection function, to automatically adjust the brightness and protect the screen when an image with little or no motion is detected.
  • Page 212: Precautions On Connecting Camera Images

    Precautions on Connecting Camera Images/Concerning frame delay (lip sync) 5.7 Precautions on Connecting Camera Images Connecting and using moving images that are nearly still, such as images from a surveillance camera, could damage or reduce the life of the panel. In this situation, it is necessary to set the image quality beforehand.
  • Page 213: Precautions

    ¶ There is a problem with the fan. Immediately turn OFF the power and contact a WARNING FAN FAILURE Pioneer service center or dealer. SHUT DOWN ¶ An invalid operation was attempted. Check the input signals, connections and ERROR INVALID KEY ENTRY settings.
  • Page 214: Maintenance

    Maintenance 1) Be sure to unplug the power cord from the power outlet before performing maintenance. Note If the plasma display is connected to a computer linked to a network, disconnect and reconnect using the following procedure. 7 Disconnect and Remove Hardware 1 Turn the plasma display to Standby using either the computer (RS-232C control) or the remote control.
  • Page 215 Maintenance 3) Screen (front protection panel) The screen (front protection panel) is treated with a special coating to prevent glare and is very delicate. To clean it, remove any dust then wipe gently with a soft cloth. Do not clean it with tissue or a rough, textured cloth. DO NOT use solvents such as benzene or thinner to clean as this could damage or discolor the display panel.

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