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User Guide for
Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays
June 22, 2009
Americas Headquarters
Cisco Systems, Inc.
170 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134-1706
USA
http://www.cisco.com
Tel: 408 526-4000
800 553-NETS (6387)
Fax: 408 527-0883
Text Part Number: OL-17986-01

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    User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays June 22, 2009 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 527-0883 Text Part Number: OL-17986-01...

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    You can determine whether your equipment is causing interference by turning it off. If the interference stops, it was probably caused by the Cisco equipment or one of its peripheral devices. If the equipment causes interference to radio or television reception, try to correct the interference by using one or more of the following measures: •...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1-10 UK—Wiring the Mains: Power Supply Plug 1-10 Italy—Homologation Notice 1-11 Sweden—Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees (TCO) 1-11 Norway—Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (NEMKO) 1-11 Russia—GOST-R Quality Certificate (Çíàê Ðîñòåñòà - PCT) 1-13 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

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    The Basics C H A P T E R Package Contents Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display About Controls and Sensors on the Front of Your LCD Display About Terminals on the Back of Your Display Using the Kensington Slot...

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    Adjusting Brightness Intensity for Gray Backgrounds from the Side Gray Menu 4-21 Restore Factory Default Color Settings from the Reset Menu 4-21 Adjusting Inverter Lamp Power Consumption Settings from the Lamp Control Menu 4-22 Working in the S/N Menu 4-22 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

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    Contents User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 7: Chapter 1 Important Safety And Compliance Information

    Regulatory Compliance Notes and Notices, page 1-5 • Cisco sold this LCD Professional Series display to you with the expectation that you will attach it to Warning a Cisco Digital Media Player (DMP) for use in your digital signage network or enterprise TV network.

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    Never place your LCD display near or over a radiator or • heat resistor, or where it is exposed to direct sunlight. Never place any vessel that holds water (such as a vase) • on your LCD display. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 9: About Choosing The Proper Installation Site

    Child safety Warning Keep all accessories and product package materials out of reach of young children. Do not allow children to dangle or hang from the display at any time. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 10: About Installing Your Display Safely

    About Installing Your Display Safely About Installing Your Display Safely Cisco LCD Professional Series displays are not designed to stand freely on the floor. They must be installed correctly in an appropriate mount, bracket, stand, rack, or cabinet. Dropping this equipment, handling it roughly, or allowing it to fall might damage it or cause Warning personal injury.

  • Page 11: Cleaning The Power Plug And The Electrical Outlet Safely

    Do not short circuit, disassemble or overheat batteries. There is a danger of explosion if you use the wrong type of batteries. Replace batteries only with the same type (or its equivalent) that you received from Cisco. Regulatory Compliance Notes and Notices...

  • Page 12: United States

    Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference, and • • This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 13: User Information

    Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 14: Epa

    This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Japan VCCI Class A Notice, page 1-9 • VCCI Class B Notice, page 1-9 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 15: Taiwan-bsmi Class A Notice

    • UK—Wiring the Mains: Power Supply Plug, page 1-10 • Italy—Homologation Notice, page 1-11 • Sweden—Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees (TCO), page 1-11 • • Norway—Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (NEMKO), page 1-11 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 16: European Notice

    UK—Wiring the Mains: Power Supply Plug Before disconnecting the power supply plug from the mains, contact Cisco or a Cisco-authorized Digital Media Systems partner. The mains lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse is indicated on the pin face of the plug and, if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BSI1362 of the same rating must be used.

  • Page 17: Italy-homologation Notice

    This LCD display complies with SWEDAC (MPR II) recommendations for reduced electric and magnetic fields. TCO 95 and TCO 99 Certificates For information about recycling TCO-certified Cisco LCD displays, contact Cisco or a Cisco-authorized Digital Media Systems partner. Norway—Norges Elektriske Materiellkontroll (NEMKO) Risk of Hazard Connecting Class l Equipment to Cable Distribution Networks, page 1-11 •...

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    IEC 60601-1-1. If in doubt, consult the technical services department or your local representative. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 1-12 OL-17986-01...

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    DC (direct current) voltage source. Lead, cadmium and mercury are heavy metals which are bio-accumulative. Bio-accumulative substances are those that accumulate within living organisms. Russia—GOST-R Quality Certificate (Знак Ростеста - PCT) User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 1-13 OL-17986-01...

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    Chapter 1 Important Safety and Compliance Information Regulatory Compliance Notes and Notices User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 1-14 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 21: Chapter 2 The Basics

    • 1 power cable • 3 BNC to Component adapters (with 52" displays only) • Cisco product documentation (printed or on a CD) that either describes or directs you to: • The product warranty – Regulatory compliance and safety information –...

  • Page 22: Getting To Know Your Cisco Lcd Professional Series Display

    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display The arrangement and availability of particular features on the front and back panels differs slightly among different LCD display models in the Professional Series. For example, the 52" model has a brightness sensor on its front panel that the 40”...

  • Page 23: About Controls And Sensors On The Front Of Your Lcd Display

    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display About Controls and Sensors on the Front of Your LCD Display Figure 2-1 Front—40" Menu button — Opens the on-screen Not available. calibration menu and closes it. Also closes submenus so that you can return to a previous menu.

  • Page 24: About Terminals On The Back Of Your Display

    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display About Terminals on the Back of Your Display Figure 2-2 Back—All Display Sizes A recessed area on the back of your display partially hides the power switch, the Kensington slot, the electrical socket, and the terminals where you connect signal cables.

  • Page 25: Using The Kensington Slot

    Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display Using the Kensington Slot Kensington locks are devices used to physically secure a Cisco LCD Professional Series display that is in a public place. The locking device is sold separately. The appearance and locking method may differ...

  • Page 26: About The Remote Control

    Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display About the Remote Control When a TV or other electronic device is near your Cisco LCD Professional Series display, the remote control might perform poorly or malfunction due to interference with the frequency.

  • Page 27: Locking Front Panel Controls And The Remote Control

    21 Not available. upper left corner of the screen. 1. Cisco LCD Professional Series displays include a built-in high fidelity stereo amplifier with five preconfigured modes: Standard, Music, Movie, Speech, and Custom. 2. To learn how to use this feature, see Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7.

  • Page 28: Mechanical Layout - Lcd Professional Series 100 (40" Display)

    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display Mechanical Layout — LCD Professional Series 100 (40" Display) Figure 2-5 LCD-100-Pro-40N User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

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    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display Figure 2-6 LCD Display Head for 40" Display User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 30: Mechanical Layout - Lcd Professional Series 110 (52" Display)

    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display Mechanical Layout — LCD Professional Series 110 (52" Display) Figure 2-7 LCD-110-Pro-52S User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 2-10 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 31: Installing Vesa Brackets

    LCD Display Head for 52" Display Installing VESA Brackets VESA brackets are optional, installed at your discretion, and Cisco is not responsible for any product damage or any injury arising from VESA bracket installations. When you use VESA brackets with Cisco LCD Professional Series displays, be sure to comply with international VESA standards.

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    Chapter 2 The Basics Getting to Know Your Cisco LCD Professional Series Display In the LCD Professional Series, VESA mounting interface dimensions are: 600mm x 400mm for a 40" LCD display. • 800mm x 400mm for a 52" LCD display.

  • Page 33: Chapter 3 Connecting To Other Devices

    Connecting to a Cisco Digital Media Player To learn how to connect your LCD display to a Cisco Digital Media Player (DMP) endpoint, see the quick start guide that shipped with your DMP. Alternatively, see the most recent revision of that guide on Cisco.com: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps7220/prod_installation_guides_list.html.

  • Page 34: Connecting To An Audio Amplifier

    About Terminals on the Back of Your Display, page 2-4 • Connecting to a Digital A/V Source (DVI to HDMI), page 3-3 • Connecting to an Analog Audio Source, page 3-1 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 35: Connecting To A Digital A/v Source (dvi To Hdmi)

    Related Topics About Terminals on the Back of Your Display, page 2-4 • Connecting to a Digital A/V Source (HDMI), page 3-2 • Connecting to an Analog Audio Source, page 3-1 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

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    Chapter 3 Connecting to Other Devices Connecting to a Digital A/V Source (DVI to HDMI) User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 37: Opening And Closing The Main Menu

    About Controls and Sensors on the Front of Your LCD Display, page 2-3 About the Remote Control, page 2-6 • Editing the 4-digit PIN from the Safety Lock PIN Menu, page 4-14 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 38: Using The Input Menu

    • HDMI • • BNC (available only on 52" LCD displays) • Component (available only on 52" LCD displays) • To save your selection and implement it, push Enter. Step 3 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 39: Working In The Edit Name Menu

    Turning Digital Noise Reduction On or Off from the Digital NR Menu, page 4-8 • Turning Film Mode On or Off from the Film Mode Menu, page 4-8 • Turning the Brightness Sensor On or Off from the Brightness Sensor Menu, page 4-9 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 40: Personalizing Picture Settings With The Custom Menu

    From the main menu, choose Picture > Color Tone. To choose a tone definition, use the Up and Down buttons. Step 2 These are the tone definitions: • Cool2 • Cool1 • Normal • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 41: Adjusting Picture Temperature Settings From The Color Temp Menu

    Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • Choosing a Color Tone Definition from the Color Tone Menu, page 4-4 • Turning Automatic Contrast Optimation On or Off from the Dynamic Contrast Menu, page 4-6 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 42: Turning Automatic Contrast Optimation On Or Off From The Dynamic Contrast Menu

    The available modes are: Dynamic • Standard • Movie • Custom • To choose a mode, press the Up or Down button. Step 2 Step 3 To save your work, push Enter. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 43: Choosing An Aspect Ratio Or A Zoom Level From The Size Menu

    • Turning Automatic Contrast Optimation On or Off from the Dynamic Contrast Menu, page 4-6 • Turning the Video Wall Feature On or Off from the Video Wall Menu, page 4-16 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 44: Turning Digital Noise Reduction On Or Off From The Digital Nr Menu

    Push the Up or Down button to choose On or Off. Step 2 To save your selection and implement it, push Enter. Step 3 Related Topics • Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays OL-17986-01...

  • Page 45: Turning The Brightness Sensor On Or Off From The Brightness Sensor Menu

    Turning Multichannel Audio On or Off from the SRS TS XT Menu, page 4-11 • Choosing an Optimized Audio Amplification Setting from the Mode Menu Your Cisco LCD Professional Series display uses a high-fidelity stereo amplifier, for which you can choose settings that are optized for particular types of programming. Before You Begin This procedure assumes that your remote control and the front panel controls on your LCD display are not locked.

  • Page 46: Personalizing Audio Settings From The Custom Menu

    To adjust values for the setting that you highlighted, push Enter, and then use the Left and Right Step 3 buttons. Step 4 To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Related Topics Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-10 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 47: Turning Equalization On Or Off From The Auto Volume Menu

    To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Step 3 Related Topics • Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • About the Remote Control, page 2-6 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-11 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 48: Using The Setup Menu

    To choose a language for use in the menu, use the Up and Down buttons. Step 2 To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Step 3 Related Topics Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-12 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 49: Adjusting Clock-based Settings From The Time Menu

    To adjust the settings, use the Up and Down buttons or the Left and Right buttons. Step 5 To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Related Topics Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-13 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 50: Adjusting Background Transparency Settings From The Menu Transparency Menu

    From the main menu, choose Setup > Safety Lock PIN. Enter the new 4-digit PIN that you will use to lock and unlock your remote control. Step 2 To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Step 3 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-14 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 51: Adjusting Power Consumption Behaviors From The Energy Saving Menu

    From the main menu, choose Setup > HDMI Black Level. Step 1 To choose Normal or Low levels of blackness, use the Up and Down buttons. Step 2 To save your selections and implement them, push Enter. Step 3 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-15 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 52: Configuring Video Wall Options And Settings

    Designating the Position of One LCD Display in a Video Wall from the Screen Divider Menu, page 4-19 • Preventing Video Wall Afterimage Burn-in from the Safety Screen Menu, page 4-19 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-16 OL-17986-01...

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    This procedure assumes that you already turned on the video wall feature. • This procedure assumes that your remote control and the front panel controls on your LCD display • are not locked. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-17 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 54: Designating The Position Of One Lcd Display In A Video Wall From The Screen Divider

    Designating the Position of One LCD Display in a Video Wall from the Screen Divider Menu, page 4-19 Preventing Video Wall Afterimage Burn-in from the Safety Screen Menu, page 4-19 • User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-18 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 55: Preventing Video Wall Afterimage Burn-in From The Safety Screen Menu

    This procedure assumes that the video wall feature is already turned on. • This procedure assumes that your remote control and the front panel controls on your LCD display • are not locked. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-19 OL-17986-01...

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    Step 4 Related Topics • Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • Turning the Video Wall Feature On or Off from the Video Wall Menu, page 4-16 User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-20 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 57: Setting The Delay Interval From The Power On Adjustment Menu

    • Restore Factory Default Color Settings from the Reset Menu Reverts display color settings to their factory defaults. We do not support the Image Reset feature at this time. Note User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-21 OL-17986-01...

  • Page 58: Adjusting Inverter Lamp Power Consumption Settings From The Lamp Control Menu

    Locking Front Panel Controls and the Remote Control, page 2-7 • Turning Automatic Contrast Optimation On or Off from the Dynamic Contrast Menu, page 4-6 • Working in the S/N Menu Not supported. User Guide for Cisco LCD Professional Series Displays 4-22 OL-17986-01...

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