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PlasmaSync 42VP4/42VP4D (42Wide VGA)
PX-42VP4G/42VP4DG
PlasmaSync Plasma Monitor
User's Manual
Bedienungshandbuch
Manuel de l'utilisateur
Manual del Usuario
Manuale d'uso
Bruksanvisning

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  • Page 1 PlasmaSync 42VP4/42VP4D (42Wide VGA) PX-42VP4G/42VP4DG PlasmaSync Plasma Monitor User's Manual Bedienungshandbuch Manuel de l'utilisateur Manual del Usuario Manuale d'uso Bruksanvisning...
  • Page 3 User’s Manual Bedienungshandbuch Manuel de l’utilisateur Manual del Usuario Manuale d’uso Bruksanvisning...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    Important Information Precautions Warnings and Safety Precaution This plasma monitor designed Please read this manual carefully before using your plasma manufactured to provide long, trouble-free service. monitor and keep the manual handy for future reference. No maintenance other than cleaning is required. Please see the section “Plasma monitor cleaning CAUTION procedure”...
  • Page 5 Recommendations to avoid or minimize phosphor burn-in: NOTE: Like all phosphor-based display devices and all other gas When you connect a computer to this monitor, use an RGB plasma displays, plasma monitors can be susceptible to cable including the ferrite core on both ends of the cable. phosphor burn under certain circumstances.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents How to Attach Options to the Plasma Monitor .. E-1 Audio Settings Menu ..........E-22 Adjusting the treble, bass and left/right balance Introduction ........... E-2 and audio input select ........... E-22 Introduction to the Plasma Monitor ......E-2 Setting the allocation of the audio connectors ..E-23 Image Adjust Settings Menu ........
  • Page 7: How To Attach Options To The Plasma Monitor

    How to Attach Options to the Plasma Monitor You can attach your optional mounts or stand to the plasma monitor in one of the following two ways: Drawing A * While it is upright. (See Drawing A) * As it is laid down with the screen face down (See Drawing B).
  • Page 8: Introduction

    • Ceiling mount unit • 42VP4: Body color is 2 types, black or silver. • Tilt mount unit • 42VP4, 42VP4D: 89 mm / 3.5 inch thin • Stand • 42VP4, 42VP4D: 28.5 kg / 62.8 lbs light • Attachable speakers •...
  • Page 9: Part Names And Function

    Part Names and Function Front View VOLUME INPUT SELECT POWER/STANDBY MENU/ENTER DOWN LEFT/- RIGHT/+ /EXIT VOLUME INPUT SELECT POWER/STANDBY MENU/ENTER DOWN LEFT/ - RIGHT/ + /EXIT q Power t LEFT/– and RIGHT/+ Turns the monitor’s power on and off. Enlarges or reduces the image. Functions as the CURSOR ( ) buttons in the On-Screen Menu w Remote sensor window...
  • Page 10: Rear View/ Terminal Board

    Rear View/ Terminal Board RIGHT LEFT SPEAKERS MUST HAVE MORE THAN 7WATT RATING IMPEDANCE 6 OHM RIGHT LEFT SPEAKERS MUST HAVE MORE THAN 7WATT RATING IMPEDANCE 6 OHM A AC IN G RGB1 (mini D-Sub 15pin) Connect the included power cord here. Connect an analog RGB signal from a computer, etc.
  • Page 11: Remote Control

    w RGB/PC Remote Control Press this button to select RGB/PC as the source. The available sources depend on the settings of “BNC INPUT” and “D-SUB INPUT”. See page E-3. RGB/PC can also be selected using the INPUT SELECT button on the monitor. e DVD / HD POWER Press this button to select DVD/HD as the source.
  • Page 12: Battery Installation And Replacement

    !7 AUTO ADJUST Battery Installation and Replacement Press this button to adjust Fine Picture, Picture ADJ, Insert the 2 “AAA” batteries, making sure to set them in Position, and Contrast automatically, or to switch the with the proper polarity. screen size to ZOOM mode automatically with the superimposed caption displayed fully only when the 1.Press and open the cover.
  • Page 13: Using The Wired Remote Control Mode

    Using the wired remote control mode Operating Range Connect the remote cable* to the remote control’s remote * Use the remote control within a distance of about 7 m/ jack and the “REMOTE IN” terminal on the monitor. 23ft. from the front of the monitor’s remote control sensor When the cable is connected, the mode automatically and at horizontal and vertical angles of up to approximately switches to wired remote control.
  • Page 14: Installation

    Installation VCR or Laser Disc Player VIDEO 1- 3 To video inputs on the plasma monitor Document Camera • For Y/CB/Cr, connect to the DVD1 or DVD2 terminals. • For SCART, this unit provides three ways to connect: · SCART1...Connect R/G/B to the DVD2 terminals and composite sync.
  • Page 15: Connecting Your Pc Or Macintosh Computer

    Connecting Your PC or Macintosh Computer Connecting Your Document Camera Connecting your PC or Macintosh computer to your plasma You can connect your plasma monitor to a document monitor will enable you to display your computer’s screen camera. To do so, simply: image for an impressive presentation.
  • Page 16: Pin Assignments And Signal Levels For 15 Pin Rgb (Analog

    Pin Assignments and Signal Levels Pin Configuration and Signal of the for 15 pin RGB (Analog) RGB 3 Connector (DVI Connector) The unit is equipped with a type of connector commonly used for digital. (This cannot be used for an analog input.) 10 9 15 14 13 12 11 (TMDS can be used for one link only.)
  • Page 17: Creating A Video Wall

    Creating a video wall With buit-in matrix display capability, you can create a 2 2 or 3 3 video wall. • Connect signal cables and remote cables as shown below. Video signal RGB/DVD/HD signal BNC connector BNC connector VIDEO Signal RGB signal/ RCA phono plug DVD/HD signal...
  • Page 18: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations POWER DIGITAL ZOOM To turn the unit ON and OFF: Digital zoom specifies the picture position and enlarges the picture. 1. Plug the power cord into an active AC power outlet. 1. Press the POINTER button to display the pointer. ( 2.
  • Page 19: Off Timer

    OFF TIMER To cancel the off timer: To set the off timer: 1. Press the OFF TIMER button twice in a row. The off timer can be set to turn the power off after 30, 60, 2. The off timer is canceled. 90 or 120 minutes.
  • Page 20: Wide Operations

    WIDE Operations Wide Screen Operation STADIUM size screen (manual) With this function, you can select one of five screen sizes. When viewing videos or digital video discs 1. Press the WIDE button on the remote control. 2. Within 3 seconds ... The picture is expanded in the horizontal and vertical Press the WIDE button again.
  • Page 21: Wide Screen Operation With Computer Signals

    Wide Screen Operation with Information Computer Signals Supported resolution Switch to the wide screen mode to expand the 4 : 3 image See page E-43 for details on the display output of the to fill the entire screen. various VESA signal standards supported by the 1.
  • Page 22: Menu Operations

    Controls (On Screen Menu) Menu Operations 5. The adjustments or the settings that are stored in memory. The OSM window is displayed with respect to the The change is stored until you change it again. screen as shown on the diagram. 6.
  • Page 23 Main menu Sub menu Functions Default Reset PICTURE CONTRAST Adjusts the contrast. Center BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the brightness. Center SHARPNESS Adjusts the sharpness. Center COLOR Adjusts the color. Center TINT Adjusts the tint. Center PICTURE MODE Sets the picture mode according to the VIDEO environment and image software. NORMAL Reduces noise visible in image.
  • Page 24 Main menu Sub menu Functions Default Reset OPTION2 PWR. MGT. Sets the monitor for use as an energy-saving display when used with a computer. CINEMA MODE Sets the picture to suit the movie. LONG LIFE Limits screen brightness to reduce burn-in of the display. AUTO ORBITER Moves the picture intermittently.
  • Page 25: Picture Settings Menu

    Picture Settings Menu Setting the picture mode according to the brightness of the room Adjusting the picture There are four picture modes that can be used effectively The contrast, brightness, sharpness, color and tint can be according to the environment in which you are viewing adjusted as desired.
  • Page 26: Reducing Noise In The Picture

    Reducing noise in the picture Setting the color temperature Use these settings if the picture has noise due to poor Use this procedure to set color tone produced by the plasma reception or when playing video tapes on which the picture display.
  • Page 27: Changing The Gamma Curve

    5. Use the buttons to select “GAIN RED”. 4. Once the setting is completed... Press the EXIT button to return to the main menu. WHITE BALANCE To delete the main menu, press the EXIT button once COLOR TEMP. HIGH GAIN RED more.
  • Page 28: Adjusting The Colors

    Adjusting the colors Audio Settings Menu Use this procedure to adjust hue and color density for red, Adjusting the treble, bass and left/right green, blue, yellow, magenta and cyan. balance and audio input select Such adjustments will not affect the other colors. The treble, bass and left/right balance can be adjusted to You can accentuate the green color of trees, the blue of suit your tastes.
  • Page 29: Setting The Allocation Of The Audio Connectors

    Setting the allocation of the audio connectors Image Adjust Settings Menu Setting the AUDIO 1, 2, and 3 connectors to the desired Adjusting the Position, Size, Fine Picture, Picture Adj input. The position of the image can be adjusted and flickering Example: Setting “AUDIO INPUT1”...
  • Page 30: Option1 Settings Menu

    Option1 Settings Menu Information Setting the on-screen menu When “AUTO PICTURE” is “OFF” This sets the position of the menu, the display format (horizontal or vertical) etc. IMAGE ADJUST Example: Turning the DISPLAY OSM off ASPECT MODE FULL V-POSITION Press the MENU/ENTER button on the remote control to H-POSITION V-HEIGHT display the MAIN MENU on the screen, then...
  • Page 31: Setting The Bnc Connectors

    “V” OPTION1 Information BNC INPUT D-SUB INPUT BNC INPUT Settings RGB SELECT AUTO HD SELECT 1080B RGB .... Use the 5BNC terminals for RGB input. INPUT SKIP ALL RESET COMP..Use the 3BNC terminals for component input. 1024 768 SEL.
  • Page 32: Setting A Computer Image To The Correct Rgb Select Screen

    Setting a computer image to the correct RGB DTV ....Set this mode when watching digital select screen broadcasting (480P). With the computer image, select the RGB Select mode See page E-43 for the details of the above settings. for a moving image such as (video) mode, wide mode or Restoring the factory default settings digital broadcast.
  • Page 33: Setting The Input Skip

    Setting the Input Skip Resetting to the default values When this is ON, signals which are not present will be Use these operations to restore all the settings (PICTURE, skipped over and only pictures whose signals are being AUDIO, IMAGE ADJUST, OPTION1~3, etc) to the transmitted will be displayed.
  • Page 34: Option2 Settings Menu

    Option2 Settings Menu Restoring the factory default settings Setting the power management for computer Select “ALL RESET” under the OPTION1 menu. Note images that this also restores other settings to the factory This energy-saving (power management) function defaults. automatically reduces the monitor’s power consumption POWER/STANDBY indicator if no operation is performed for a certain amount of time.
  • Page 35: Reducing Burn-In Of The Screen

    Reducing burn-in of the screen Information The brightness of the screen, the position of the picture, positive/negative mode and screen wiper are adjusted to PLE settings reduce burn-in of the screen. AUTO ....The brightness of the screen is Set “ADVANCED OSM” to “ON” in the main menu (1/ adjusted automatically to suit the 2), then perform the following operations.
  • Page 36 Adjust the ORBITER function manually Information Set the amount of shift and the time between movement. INVERSE Settings Example: Setting so that the picture moves 2 dots ON ..The picture is displayed alternately between horizontally and 3 lines vertically every 3 minutes. positive image and negative image.
  • Page 37 Setting the time for SCREEN WIPER Information Set a time duration and the speed. Setting the time Example: Setting to that the SCREEN WIPER mode WORKING TIME ..Set time duration starts in 30 minutes and proceeds for one hour and “INVERSE/WHITE”.
  • Page 38: Setting The Gray Level For The Sides Of The Screen

    Setting the gray level for the sides of the screen Use this procedure to set the gray level for the parts on the screen on which nothing is displayed when the screen is set to the 4:3 size. Example: Adjusting the “GRAY LEVEL” Set “ADVANCED OSM”...
  • Page 39: Option3 Settings Menu

    Option3 Settings Menu 4. Use the buttons to select the item, then adjust using the buttons. Using the timer This function sets the monitor to turn ON/OFF PRESENT TIME RETURN automatically at a set time. SUMMER TIME Set “ADVANCED OSM” to “ON” in the main menu (1/ WEDNESDAY 2), then perform the following operations.
  • Page 40: Setting The Power On Mode

    OFF (hour, minutes) ... Set the time at which the power PROGRAM TIMER will be turned off in the 24-hour This sets the day and time at which the power will be format. switched ON/OFF as well as the input mode. INPUT .....
  • Page 41: Enabling/Disabling The Front Panel Controls

    OPTION3 3 / 3 Information PREVIOUS PAGE TIMER CONTROL LOCK settings PWR. ON MODE VIDEO2 CONTROL LOCK ON ..Disables the buttons on the front panel. IR REMOTE LOOP OUT OFF ..Enables the buttons on the front panel. ID NUMBER VIDEO WALL * Even when the CONTROL LOCK is set, the POWER EXIT...
  • Page 42: Loop Out Setting

    Loop Out setting 1. Use the buttons to select “OPTION3”, then When this feature is set to ON, the received signal will be press the MENU/ENTER button. looped out. The “OPTION3” screen appears. Example: Setting “ON” 2. Use the buttons to select “ID NUMBER”. Set “ADVANCED OSM”...
  • Page 43: Video Wall Setting

    Video Wall setting VIDEO WALL Use this feature to configure a 2 2 or 3 3 video wall. DIVIDER POSITION Set “ADVANCED OSM” to “ON” in the main menu (1/ DISP. MODE SPLIT AUTO ID 2), then perform the following operations. IMAGE ADJUST P.
  • Page 44 DISP. MODE Information Select the screen mode from between two options AUTO ID settings (Splitting, Blanking). ON ..Enables Auto ID function. In the case shown Example: Setting “BLANK” below, display 1 will be set as ID 1, display 2 Perform Steps 1-2 of VIDEO WALL, then...
  • Page 45 P. ON DELAY (Power on delay) PLE LINK Use this function to activate power-on delay. Use this function to set a uniform brightness for each Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations. display. Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations. Example: Setting “ON”...
  • Page 46: Advanced Osm Settings Menu

    Advanced OSM Settings Menu REPEAT TIMER Setting the menu mode Use this to set two timers. Each timer can use the DIVIDER, SOURCE and WORK TIME. This allows you to access full menu items. When P. ON DELAY or PLE LINK is ON, this won’t be Turn on the AUTO ID before the following operations.
  • Page 47: Color System Settings Menu

    ENGLISH DEUTSCH FRANÇAIS Information SVENSKA ITALIANO ESPAÑOL Video signal formats LANGUAGE Different countries use different formats for video LANGUAGE signals. Set to the color system used in your current DEUTSCH country. AUTO ....The color systems are automatically identified and the format is set MENU/ENTER EXIT ADJ.
  • Page 48: External Control

    External Control Application External Control Codes (Reference) These specifications cover the communications control of FUNCTION CODE DATA the plasma monitor by external equipment. Power ON 9FH 80H 60H 4EH 00H CDH 9FH 80H 60H 4FH 00H CEH Input Switch Video1 (BNC) DFH 80H 60H 47H 01H 01H 08H Connections Video2 (RCA)
  • Page 49: Table Of Signals Supported

    Table of Signals Supported 42Wide VGA Supported resolution • When the screen mode is NORMAL, each signal is converted to a 640 dots 480 lines signal (42Wide VGA). (Except for * • When the screen mode is FULL, each signal is converted to a 853 dots 480 lines signal (42Wide VGA). (Except for Computer input signals supported by this system Sync Polarity Presence...
  • Page 50 *1 Only when using a graphic accelerator board that is capable of displaying 852 480. *2 Display only 400 lines (42Wide VGA) with the screen center of the vertical orientation located at the center. *3 42Wide VGA: The picture is displayed in the original resolution. The picture will be compressed for other signals. *4 Aspect ratio is 5:4.
  • Page 51: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If the picture quality is poor or there is some other problem, check the adjustments, operations, etc., before requesting service. Symptom Checks Remedy Picture is disturbed. • Is a connected component set directly in • Leave some space between the display and Sound is noisy.
  • Page 52 *1 Overheat protector If the monitor becomes too hot, the overheat protector will be activated and the monitor will be turned off. If this happens, turn off the power to the monitor and unplug the power cord. If the room where the monitor is installed is particularly hot, move the monitor to a cooler location and wait for the monitor to cool for 60 minutes.
  • Page 53: Specifications

    Screen Size 921(H) 518(V) mm 36.3"(H) 20.4"(V) inches diagonal 42" (1.18") 1018 (40") (2.32") 42VP4: Installed AR (Anti-Reflection) Filter 42VP4D: Installed AG (Anti-Glare) Filter Aspect Ratio 16 : 9 921 (36.3") Resolution 853(H) 480(V) pixels Pixel Pitch 1.08(H) 1.08(V) mm 0.04"(H) 0.04"(V) inches...
  • Page 54 NEC plasma display External Control Manual (for PX-50XM3/PX-42XM2/PX-42VP4)
  • Page 55 Application These specifications applicable plasma monitors communications control from external equipment. "Please also support the command of VP series and refer to the manual of the conventional model about specification." Connections Connections should be made as described below. External equipment plasma monitor e.g., Personal computer 1) Connector on the plasma monitor side: EXTERNAL CONTROL connector.
  • Page 56: Communication Parameters

    2) Connector on the external equipment side: Serial port (RS-232C) connector. See the specifications of the equipment that is to be connected for the type of connector and the pin assignment. 3) Wiring Use a crossed (reverse) cable. Wire the cable so that each pair of data lines cross between the two devices. These data line pairs are RXD (Receive data) and TXD (Transmit data), DTR (DTE side ready) and DSR (DCE side ready), and RTS (Ready to send) and CTS (Clear to send).
  • Page 57: Communication Format

    Communication Format 8bit 8bit 8bit 8bit 8bit 8bit 8bit 8bit Command 1 Unit ID 1 Unit ID 2 Command 2 Data length Data Check sum Command1 Command 1, along with command 2, is a number used to distinguish each command. When making it operate using ID, bit1 and bit0 are set up as follows.
  • Page 58 1) Unit ID 1: Indicates the equipment sending the signal. When supporting Set ID by the command 1, 4 bits of low ranks of Set ID are set up. 2) Unit ID 2: Indicates the equipment receiving the signal. When supporting Set ID by the command 1, 4 bits of higher ranks of Set ID are set up.
  • Page 59 Command 2 Command 2, along with command 1, is a number used to distinguish each command. Check Sum (CKS), Error Processing, and ACK 1) The check sum described below and RS-232C odd parity are used together for a check of the received data. The check sum is the lower order 8 bits of one frame of sent or received data comprising the sum total of Command 1, Unit ID 1 and 2, Command 2, Data Length, and Data.
  • Page 60 The control method of the set by Set ID When controlling two or more sets of plasma monitors, if the command using Set ID is used, it will become controllable individually. The example of the POWER ON command to the plasma monitor which set ID as "5"...
  • Page 61: Command Reference List

    Command Reference List CMD1 CMD2 Power ON Power OFF Input Switch Change VOLUME Gain Data AUDIO Mute ON AUDIO Mute OFF CONTRAST Gain Data BRIGHT Gain Data SHARPNESS Gain Data Color Gain Data TINT Gain Data PICTURE MODE Select COLOR TEMP SELECT RED Gain Data GREEN Gain Data BLUE Gain Data...
  • Page 62 COLOR SYSTEM Select FREQUENCY Request Input MODE Request VIDEO ADJ Request Audio Select Request Failure Mode Request MODEL NAME Request D-SUB INPUT TIMER SWITCH LOW TONE COLOR TUNE TIMER PROGRAM SETTING PRESENT TIME SETTING MULTI MODE Select MULTI MODE Request AUTO ID SET START PLE LINK VIDEO WALL SETTING...
  • Page 63 01. Power ON Function The external control equipment switches on the power of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 9FH 80H 60H 4EH 00H CKS The plasma monitor returns the following ACK when the power is switched 3FH 60H 80H 4EH 00H CKS NOTE: Do not set the Power ON or Power OFF command continuously.
  • Page 64 03. Input Switch Change Function The external control equipment switches the input of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 47H 01H DATA00 DATA00 : Input Select 01H : Video1 02H : Video2 03H : Video3 05H : HD (HD1 or DTV or DTV1) 06H: (DTV2 SCART1/SCART2)
  • Page 65 04. VOLUME Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the VOLUME gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00: USER SOUND Gain Flag 05H DATA01: VOLUME Gain Flag DATA02: VOLUME Gain 00H: Step0 0AH: Step10 (Default) 2AH: Step42...
  • Page 66 07. CONTRAST Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the CONTRAST gain data of the plasma c Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : CONTRAST Gain Flag DATA02 : CONTRAST Gain CCH : -52 FFH : -01...
  • Page 67 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : BRIGHT Gain Flag 09. SHARPNESS Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the SHARPNESS gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : SHARPNESS Gain Flag DATA02 : SHARPNESS Gain...
  • Page 68 10. COLOR Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the COLOR gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : COLOR Gain Flag DATA02 : COLOR Gain E0H : -32 * COLOR Gain is from -22 (EAH) to FFH : -01...
  • Page 69 7FH 60H 80H 7FH 02H DATA00 DATA01 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : TINT Gain Flag 12. PICTURE MODE Select Function The external control equipment sets the picture mode of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 0AH 01H DATA00 DATA00: 01H : NORMAL 02H : THEATER1(It cannot choose in the still picture input of a personal computer.)
  • Page 70 01H: middle 02H: high 03H: middle low 14. RED Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the RED Gain Data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 04H DATA00 to DATA03 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : RED Gain Flag DATA02 : RED Gain1(Bias) D8H : -40...
  • Page 71 15. GREEN Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the GREEN Gain Data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 04H DATA00 to DATA03 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : GREEN Gain Flag DATA02 : GREEN Gain1(Bias) D8H : -40 FFH : -01...
  • Page 72 16. BLUE Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the BLUE Gain Data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 04H DATA00 to DATA03 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : BLUE Gain Flag DATA02 : BLUE Gain1(Bias) D8H :-40 FFH : -01...
  • Page 73 17. NR MODE Set Function The external control equipment sets the NR (Noise Reduction) mode of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H C0H 01H DATA00 DATA00: 01H : NR OFF 02H : NR-1 03H : NR-2 04H : NR-3 7FH 60H 80H C0H 01H DATA00 DATA00: 01H : NR OFF 02H : NR-1...
  • Page 74 19. TREBLE Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the TREBLE gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : TREBLE Gain Flag DATA02 : TREBLE Gain F3H : -13 FFH : -01 00H : 0...
  • Page 75 DATA01: BALANCE Gain Flag 21.SCREEN MODE Select Function The external control equipment switches the screen mode of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 51H 01H DATA00 DATA00 02H : STADIUM 03H : ZOOM 04H : NORMAL 05H : FULL 06H : REAL 08H : UNDERSCAN 09H : 14:9...
  • Page 76 22. V.POSITION Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the V. POSITION gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : V.POSITION Gain Flag DATA02 : V.POSITION Gain C0H : -64 FFH : -01...
  • Page 77 23. H.POSITION Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the H. POSITION gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : H.POSITION Gain Flag DATA02 : H.POSITION Gain 80H : -128 FFH : -01...
  • Page 78 25. H-WIDTH Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the H-WIDTH gain data of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : H-WIDTH Gain Flag DATA02 : H-WIDTH Gain 00H : 0 40H : +64 7FH 60H 80H 7FH 02H DATA00...
  • Page 79 27. PHASE Gain Data Function The external control equipment changes the PHASE gain data (Phase) of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 7FH 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 DATA00 : USER PICTURE Gain Flag DATA01 : PHASE Gain Flag DATA02 : PHASE Gain 00H : 0 2CH : +44...
  • Page 80 29. OSM Select Function The external control equipment switches on or off the on-screen menu (OSM) of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 58H 01H DATA00 DATA00: 01H: On-Screen menu On 02H: On-Screen menu Off 7FH 60H 80H 58H 01H DATA00 DATA00: 01H: On-Screen menu On 02H: On-Screen menu Off...
  • Page 81 31. POWER MGT Select Function The external control equipment switches on or off the POWER MANAGEMENT of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 1AH 02H DATA00 DATA01 CKS DATA00 : POWER MGT Select DATA01 01H : ON 02H : OFF 7FH 60H 80H 1AH 02H DATA00 DATA01 CKS DATA00 : POWER MGT Select...
  • Page 82 33. CINEMA MODE Set Function The external control equipment switches on or off the CINEMA MODE of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H C1H 01H DATA00 DATA00 : CINEMA MODE Set 01H : ON 02H : OFF 7FH 60H 80H C1H 01H DATA00 DATA00 : CINEMA MODE Set 01H : ON 02H : OFF...
  • Page 83 35. INVERSE Set Function The external control equipment sets the INVERSE (inverse of image brightness) and the WHITE of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H C7H 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00: INVERSE/WHITE 00H : No operation 01H : ON (INVERSE) 02H : OFF 03H : WHITE DATA01 : WORKING TIME...
  • Page 84 36. SCREEN WIPER Set Function The external control equipment sets the SCREEN WIPER of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H C8H 04H DATA00 to DATA03 CKS DATA00 : SCREEN WIPER 00H : No operation 01H : ON 02H : OFF DATA01 : WORKING TIME 00H : ON 01H: 03M (minutes)
  • Page 85 37. ALL RESET Function The external control equipment resets the user adjustment of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 54H 00H CKS 3FH 60H 80H 54H 00H CKS 38. Audio Select Set Function The external control equipment sets combinations of audio and video inputs for the plasma monitor.
  • Page 86 39. BNC INPUT Function The external control equipment sets the BNC SELECT of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 8CH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00 : BNC SELECT 01H : RGB 02H : Component 04H : SCART1(*:Only Europe can be chosen.) 05H : SCART2(*:Only Europe can be chosen.) The plasma monitor returns the following ACK when setting the BNC SELECT: 7FH 60H 80H 8CH 01H DATA00 CKS...
  • Page 87 06H : DTV 07H : WIDE3 41. HD Select Function The external control equipment sets the HD SELECT of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 8AH 01H DATA00 DATA00 01H : 1035I 02H : 1080A 03H : 1080B 7FH 60H 80H 8AH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00 01H : 1035I...
  • Page 88 03H : FRENCH 04H : SPANISH 05H : ITALIAN 06H : SWEDISH 07H : JAPANESE 0AH : CHINESE NOTE: As for the change to JAPANESE (07H), SHIP needs to be set as "J." When SHIP is "J", a setup of CHINESE (0AH) cannot be performed. 43.
  • Page 89 44. FREQUENCY Request Function The external control equipment inquires the Horizontal frequency, Vertical frequency, Horizontal sync polarity, Vertical sync polarity, Mode, and Resolution of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 26H 00H CKS 7FH 60H 80H 26H 0BH DATA00 to DATA0A CKS Horizontal frequency DATA00: Integer part 00H: 0 (No signal: 00H)
  • Page 90 MODE DATA06 • | No signal 01H to 80H RGB signal Identification number of PC mode 3.58NTSC Video signal 4.43NTSC PAL-M PAL-N PAL60 SECAM B/W60 B/W50 480I HD/DVD/DTV signal 480P 576I 576P 720P 1035I 1080I RESOLUTION DATA07: Dots (Low-order byte) 00H: 0 (No signal: 00H) DATA08: Dots (High-order byte) 00H: 257 (No signal: 00H) DATA09: Lines (Low-order byte) 00H: 0 (No signal: 00H) DATA10: Lines (High-order byte) 00H: 257 (No signal: 00H)
  • Page 91 45. Input MODE Request Function The display returns the current input information by the external control equipment’ s request. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 41H 00H CKS 7FH 60H 80H 41H 01H DATA00 DATA00 : Input Select 01H : Video 02H : Video2 03H : Video3 04H : HD (HD1 or DTV or DTV1)
  • Page 92 FFH : -01 00H : 0 01H : +01 1EH : +30 DATA02: BLUE Gain (Bias) D8H : -40 FFH : -01 00H : 0 01H : +01 1EH : +30 DATA03: COLOR Gain E0H : -32 * COLOR Gain is from -22 (EAH) to FFH : -01 +22 (16H) only during video.
  • Page 93 FFH : -01 00H : 0 01H : +01 14H : +20 DATA07: BRIGHT Gain E0H : -32 FFH : -01 00H : 0 01H : +01 20H : +32 DATA08: RED Gain (Drive) D8H : -40 FFH : -01 00H : 0 01H : +01 1EH : +30...
  • Page 94 1EH : +30 DATA0B: COLOR TEMP SELECT 00H: low 01H: middle 02H: high 03H: middle low 47. Audio Select Request Function The external control equipment inquires the current combinations of audio and video inputs for the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 6FH 00H CKS The plasma monitor returns the following ACK: 7FH 60H 80H 6FH 03H DATA00 DATA01...
  • Page 95 48. Failure Mode Request Function The external control equipment inquires the detection of failures of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 3FH 00H CKS The plasma monitor returns the following ACK: 7FH 60H 80H 3FH 02H DATA00 DATA01 CKS DATA00: FAILURE MODE 1 Bit 0 : PDP MODULE 0: Abnormal...
  • Page 96: Model Name Request

    49. MODEL NAME Request Function The external control equipment inquires the product code of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 17H 00H CKS The plasma monitor returns the following ACK: 7FH 60H 80H 17H 0CH DATA00 to DATA11 CKS DATA00 : 1st character of the product code DATA01 : 2nd character of the product code DATA11 : 12th character of the product code...
  • Page 97 50. D-SUB INPUT Function The external control equipment sets the D-SUB SELECT of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 8DH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00 : D-SUB INPUT 01H : RGB 02H : SCART3(*:Only Europe can be chosen.) The plasma monitor returns the following ACK when setting the D-SUB SELECT: 7FH 60H 80H 8DH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00 : D-SUB INPUT...
  • Page 98 52.LOW TONE Function The external control equipment sets the dithering processing or error diffusion processing of the plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 0CH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00: 00H:AUTO 01H: dithering processing(MOTION) 02H: dithering processing (STILL) 03H: error diffusion processing 7FH 60H 80H 0CH 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00: 00H:AUTO...
  • Page 99: Color Tune

    53.COLOR TUNE Function External control equipment can adjust RGB each color which a plasma monitor wants to emphasize. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 0DH 07H DATA00 to DATA06 CKS DATA00:RED 00H : -32 40H : 0 80H : +32 DATA01:GREEN 00H : -32 40H : 0 80H : +32...
  • Page 100: Timer Program Setting

    01H : ON 7FH 60H 80H 0DH 00H CKS 54.TIMER PROGRAM SETTING Function External control apparatus sets up the timer program of a plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 30H 08H DATA00 to DATA07 CKS DATA00 PROGRAM No 01H~07H :No1~No7 DATA01 DATE 01H~07H...
  • Page 101 10H~19H :10~19 20H~29H :20~29 30H~39H :30~39 40H~49H :40~49 50H~59H :50~59 FFH : - (with No Setup) DATA06 INPUT : Video1 : Video2 : Video3 : HD1(HD1 or DTV or DTV1) : HD2(DTV2 or SCART1/SCART2) : RGB1 : RGB2 : RGB3 : HD3(SCART3) : - (with No Setup) DATA07 MODE...
  • Page 102: Present Time Setting

    55.PRESENT TIME SETTING Function External control apparatus sets up the present time of a plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 31H 03H DATA00 to DATA02 CKS DATA00 Day of the week 01H-07H : 1-7 (Sunday - Saturday) DATA01 HOUR 00H-09H:00-09 10H~19H:10~19 20H~23H:20~23...
  • Page 103 0AH : Middle left selected (9 screens) 0BH : Middle centerselected (9 screens) 0CH : Middle rightselected (9 screens) 0DH : Bottom leftselected (9 screens) 0EH : Bottom middle selected (9 screens) 0FH : Bottom right selected (9 screens) DATA02 (DISP MODE) 00H : SPLIT 01H : BRANKING 7FH 60H 80H 03H 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS...
  • Page 104: Multi Mode Request

    57.MULTI MODE Request Function External control apparatus can know the MULTI MODE information on a plasma monitor. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 3BH 00H CKS 7FH 80H 60H 3BH 02H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00 (SCREEN DIVIDER SETTING) 01H : Single mode 02H : Multi mode 1 screens 03H : Multi mode 4 screens 04H : Multi mode 9 screens...
  • Page 105: Ple Link

    58.AUTO ID SET START Function External control apparatus sets up ID automatically to two or more plasma monitors. Transmission Data 5FH 80H 60H F0H 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00 00H~FFH: ID of a master is set up. *: when you use it by the multi-system, please remove the link input of a master *1: “Master”...
  • Page 106 *1: “Master” means the 1st set of PDP at the time of cable connection at the time of AUTO ID execution. 60.VIDEO WALL SETTING Function External control apparatus sets 4screens or 9screens as a video wall. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H F3H 03H DATA00 DATA01 DATA02 CKS DATA00: 01‚...
  • Page 107 61.POWER DELAY ON Function External control apparatus attaches a time lag to two or more plasma monitors, and turns on a power supply. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H F2H 01H DATA00 CKS DATA00: 00H-FFH: Delay time (second) *: This command is premised on two or more plasma monitor system composition being multi-systems.
  • Page 108: Running Sense

    63.Running Sense Function External control apparatus grasps the power supply state of a plasma monitor. A plasma monitor is made to recognize connection of PC CONTROL. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 88H 00H CKS 7FH 60H 80H 88H 01H DATA CKS DATA: Bit0:Connect Condition 0: No connection 1: Connected...
  • Page 109 64.ORBITER SET Function A picture shift function is set up. (*1) Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 1EH 04H DATA00 to DATA03 CKS DATA00: Mode 00H : OFF 01H : Auto 1 (*2) 02H : Auto 2 (*3) 03H : Manual (*4) DATA01: The horizontal amount of movements 1 dot : 01H 20 dot : 14H...
  • Page 110 65. OSM OBITER Function In order to decrease printing of a screen by OSM display, whenever it displays OSM, shift operation of the OSM is carried out. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 5FH 01H DATA00 DATA00 01H : OBITER ON 02H : OBITER OFF 7FH 60H 80H 5FH 01H DATA00 DATA00 01H : OBITER ON...
  • Page 111 02H : OFF 68. PICTURE Size (Only 50/61 inch) Function Screen mode selection. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 62H 01H DATA00 DATA00 01H : ON 02H : OFF 7FH 60H 80H 62H 01H DATA00 DATA00 01H : ON 02H : OFF 69.
  • Page 112: Repeat Timer

    70.REPEAT Timer Function External control apparatus sets up the repeat timer of a plasma monitor. Transmission Data DFH 80H 60H 64H 07H DATA00 to DATA06 CKS DATA00 00H :REPEAT Timer OFF 01H :REPEAT Timer ON DATA01 PROGRAM 1 01H :DIVIDER 1 02H :DIVIDER 4 03H :DIVIDER 9 DATA02 SOURCE 01H :Video1...
  • Page 113 01 H-FFH:1 - 255 minutes (1 minute - 4 hours and 15 minutes) 7FH 60H 80H 64H 00H CKS 71. SERIAL No. Request Function the serial number of the set recorded by External control apparatus read EEPROM of a plasma display. Transmission Data 1FH 80H 60H 15H 00H CKS 7FH 60H 80H 15H 0CH DATA00 to DATA11 CKS...
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