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JVC ProVerite PS-420W Owner's Manual

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OWNER'S MANUAL
Digital Signage LCD Display
MODELS:
PS-420W
PS-470W
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    OWNER’S MANUAL Digital Signage LCD Display Signage LCD Signage LCD Signage LCD Signage LCD MODELS: PS-420W PS-470W...

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    Important Precautions Please read these safety precautions carefully before using the display. Failure to follow those warnings may result in death, serious injury Warning or damage to the display or other property. Electrical Power Related Precautions Warning n Use only the power cord supplied with the unit or another manufacturer’s authorized cord. - Failure to do so may result in fire or electrical shock or damage to the display.

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    Important Precautions Precautions in Installing the Display Warning n Keep away from heat sources like heaters or open flames. - Electrical shock, fire, malfunction or deformation may occur. n Keep the packing anti-moisture material or vinyl packing out of the reach of children. - Anti-moisture material is harmful if swallowed.

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    Important Precautions Precautions in Moving the Display Warning n Make sure to turn off the display. - You may be electrocuted or the display can be damaged. n Make sure to remove all cables before moving the display. - You may be electrocuted or the display can be damaged. n Do not shock the display when moving it.

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    Important Precautions On Disposal (Only, Hg lamp used Display) n The fluorescent lamp used in this display contains a small amount of mercury. n Do not dispose of this display with general household waste. n Disposal of this display must be carried out in accordance to the regulations of your local authority.

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    Accessories Included Accessories Thank you for your purchase. Ensure that the following accessories are included with your display. If an accessory is missing, please contact the dealer where you purchased the display. v The accessories included may differ from the images shown below. POWER INPUT MENU...

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    Portrait Mode To change the display orientation to Portrait mode, rotate the display counter- clockwise as shown below.

  • Page 8: Name Of The Remote Control Buttons

    Using the Remote Control Name of the Remote Control Buttons Input Power Switch the input source. Turn the display on/off. POWER INPUT • Enter th e submenu. • Activate the tuning bar. • Confirm the selection. • Display information • ove upward on the banner (current input selection.

  • Page 9: Front View

    Name and Function of the Parts * The image shown in the user’s guide could be different from the actual image. Front View Item Description Light sensor/ Used to detect the current level of visible light in the IR Receiver surrounding environment.

  • Page 10: Rear View

    Name and Function of the Parts Rear View POWER VIDEO AUDIO RS232C AC 100-240~, 50-60Hz External Control 5.7-2.2A 3.0-1.2A SWITCH HDMI IN DVI IN RGB IN LINE OUT POWER VIDEO AUDIO RS232C AC 100-240~, 50/60Hz External Control 5.7-2.2A 3.0-1.2A SWITCH HDMI IN DVI IN RGB IN...

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    Connecting to External Devices Recommended Connection, Resolution & Picture Mode HDMI Connection, 1080p or 1920x1080@60Hz, dynamic HDMI Connection (480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p) HDMI supports high definition input and HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection). Some devices require HDCP in order to display HD signals. Display Display HDMI IN...

  • Page 12: Power Connection

    Connecting to External Devices B. Connecting with a DVI Signal Input Cable DVI IN Rear side of the display C. Connecting with a D-sub(VGA) Signal Input Cable RGB IN Rear side of the display Macintosh Adapter Use only the standard Macintosh adapter. Do not use other adapter type that is compatible with different signaling system.

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    The handles are designed for carrying. Model Name VESA-compatible wall bracket (WxH) Mount holes number 200 x 200 mm PS-420W 400 x 200 mm PS-470W Handle Handle PS-420W (42”) Handle Handle POWER VIDEO AUDIO RS232C AC 100-240~, 50/60Hz External Control 5.7-2.2A...

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    OSD Menus Screen Adjustment Options (using the Control Panel) POWER VIDEO AUDIO RS232C AC 100-240~, 50/60Hz External Control 5.7-2.2A 3.0-1.2A SWITCH HDMI IN DVI IN RGB IN LINE OUT SWITCH Item Description Power switch Turn the display on/off. Input Switch the input source. Menu Display/hide the OSD (on-screen display) menu or return to the previous menu.

  • Page 15: Menu Options

    OSD Menus Menu Options PICTURE PICTURE MODE USER BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST SHARPNESS BACKLIGHT COLOR TEMPERATURE Icon Menu Description Adjust and refine the picture displayed on your PICTURE display based on ambient room light and personal preferences. SOUND Adjust the audio settings. Adjust the general settings such as OSD language, SETUP OSD rotation, and etc.

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    OSD Menus OSD Indicator for Control Panel For HDMI/DVI Source: For VGA Source: AUTO Icon Item Description Power Turn on/off the display set. AUTO Perform AUTO function (Only VGA source). • Enter next form. • Exit from tuning bar. • Activate the tuning bar.

  • Page 17: Adjusting The Screen Automatically

    OSD Menus Adjusting On-Screen Display (OSD) Settings MENU MENU Return Display Select Enter the Select Enter the Adjust the Confirm a main selected a menu submenu setting menu menu menu item setting previous menu (*operation using the remote control) Press the MENU button to display the OSD menu. Use the p/q button to select the main menu.

  • Page 18: Adjusting Screen Color

    OSD Menus Adjusting Screen Color PICTURE PICTURE MODE MILD BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST SHARPNESS BACKLIGHT COLOR TEMPERATURE PICTURE Select a preset view option optimized for different viewing conditions. MODE • DYNAMIC : This mode is normally used in department store, Backlight and Sharpness is set to its maximum value. Saturation of Color becomes high.

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    OSD Menus Adjusting Screen Color PICTURE COLOR TEMPERATURE COLORTEMP. MODE MEDIUM GREEN BLUE COLOR Adjust color settings. TEMPERATURE • COOL : Select this option to adjust color setting to slightly purplish white. • MEDIUM : Select this option to adjust color setting to slightly bluish white.

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    OSD Menus Adjusting Screen Color PICTURE BLACK LEVEL VGA ADJUST PICTURE RESET Adjust the brightness of the display to maximize the picture quality. BLACK Adjust the contrast and the brightness of the display according to the LEVEL black level of the screen. (v only for HDMI connection) Adjust the PC display.

  • Page 21: Adjusting Sound Settings

    OSD Menus Adjusting Sound Settings SOUND BALANCE VOLUME SOUND RESET BALANCE Use this function to balance sound from the left and right speakers. If this Auto Volume Control (AVC) feature is enabled, the system will automatically adjust the uneven sound volumes across all signals to the most appropriate level.

  • Page 22: Selecting The Options

    OSD Menus Selecting the Options SETUP OSD LANGUAGE ENGLISH OSD ROTATION LANDSCAPE OVERSCAN ID SETUP KEY LOCK SCREEN SAFE Set the on-screen display language. LANGUAGE Set the OSD menu display orientation. ROTATION OVERSCAN Overscan function removes the noise in a video image. (v only for HDMI-VIDEO connection) - When ON is selected, the image size is reduced to prevent noise.

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    OSD Menus Selecting the Options If this Auto Brightness Control (ABC) feature is enabled, the system will automatically adjust the display brightness signals based on ambient room light. FAIL OVER Automatically detect the input connection and set its selection priority. SETUP AUTO DETECT USER PRIORITY SETTING...

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    OSD Menus Viewing Display Information INFORMATION SET ID F / W VERSION 2.01 SUB VERSION INPUT RESOLUTION 1280x1024 60Hz Set ID Display the assigned ID. F/W Version Display the firmware version. Sub Version Display sub firmware version. Input Show the information about resolution of the image which is Resolution currently being displayed on the screen.

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    Troubleshooting No image is displayed l Is the power cord connected? • See if the power cord is properly connected to the outlet. l Is the power indicator light on? • See if the power switch is turned on. l Power is on, power indicator •...

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    Troubleshooting After-image appears on the screen l After-image appears when the • If you display a fixed image for a long previous image changed. time, the pixels may be damaged quickly. Use the screen-saver function. Screen color is abnormal l Screen has poor color •...

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    Maximum [PS-420W]: 165 W [PS-470W]: 225 W Dimensions & Weight Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) [PS-420W]:101.3cm (39.88”) x 60.6cm (23.86”) x 8.45cm (3.33”) [PS-470W]:112.56cm (44.31”) x 67.1cm (26.4”) x 8.76cm (3.45”) Net Weight [PS-420W]:13.60kg (29.98lb) [PS-470W]:17.66kg (38.93lb) Video Signal Max.

  • Page 28: Power Indicator

    Specifications PC Mode (DVI/RGB) – Preset Mode Mode Resolution Refresh Horizontal Vertical Horizontal Vertical Pixel Rate Remark rate (Hz) Frequency Frequency Sync Sync (MHz) (KHz) (Hz) Polarity Polarity (TTL) (TTL) 640 x 480 31.469 59.941 25.175 800 x 600 37.879 60.317 VESA 1024 x 768...

  • Page 29: Connecting The Cable

    Daisy Chain Connection Use this method to connect several displays to a single PC. You can control several displays at a time by connecting them to a single PC. Connecting the cable Connect the RS-232C cable as shown in the illustration. * The RS-232C protocol is used for communication between the PC and display.

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    HDMI CEC Connection With Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) feature, you can command and control two or more CEC-enabled boxes, that are connected through HDMI, by using only one of their remote controls. (e.g. controlling a television set, set- top box and DVD player using only the remote control of the display). Connecting the cable Connect the HDMI cable as shown in the illustration.

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C RS-232C Protocol Normal Function Protocol (data format). Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Set Power 0xCC 0x33...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Read Fail 0xCC 0x33 0x13 reserved reserved reserved Header XOR Over...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Ack Read 0xCC 0x55 0x17 0xE0 : OK 0 : Normal reserved Header XOR...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Set CEC 0xCC 0x33 0xA5 0 : Off reserved reserved Header XOR...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C MENU function (PICTURE) Protocol (data format). Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Set Picture 0xCC 0x33 0x30...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Ack Set 0xCC 0x55 0x35 0xE0 : OK reserved reserved Header XOR...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Ack Set 0xCC 0x55 0x3A 0xE0 : OK reserved reserved Header XOR...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C MENU function (SOUND) Protocol (data format). Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes 0xCC 0x33 0x56 0 : L50...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C MENU function (SETUP) Protocol (data format). Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Set OSD 0xCC 0x33 0x70...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Set Key 0xCC 0x33 0x74 0 : Off (Front reserved reserved Header XOR...

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    Controlling the Multiple Product RS-232C Checksum Header (5 bytes) Payload (4 bytes) (1byte) Prefix code Prefix code Payload # of payload command Command data #0 data #1 data #2 CS #0 Type bytes Ack Set 0xCC 0x55 0x79 0xE0 : OK reserved reserved Header XOR...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC HDMI CEC Protocol Normal Function Vendor Specific Data. Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID Payload command Command Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes)

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID Payload command Command Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) Type With ID Read Fail Over 0xA0 0x3C 0xE6...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID Payload command Command Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) Type With ID Set DCR 0xA0 0x3C 0xE6...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC MENU function (PICTURE) Vendor Specific Data. Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID Set Color Temp 0xA0 0x3C 0xE6...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID Read VGA Adjust 0xA0 0x3C 0xE6...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC MENU function (SOUND) Vendor Specific Data. Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC MENU function (SETUP) Vendor Specific Data. Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID Set Key Lock 0xA0 0x3C 0xE6...

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    HDMI Consumer Electronics Control HDMI CEC MENU function (INFORMATION) Vendor Specific Data. Vendor Specific Data OPCODE VENDOR ID Checksum Payload (fixed bytes : 3 bytes) Header (2 bytes) (1byte) Vendor VENDOR ID command Command Payload Type Command data #0 data #1 CS #0 (3bytes) With ID...

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    Make sure to read the Safety Precautions before using the product. Keep the Owner's Manual(CD) in an accessible place for future reference. ENERGY STAR is a set of power-saving The model and serial number of the SET guidelines issued by the U.S.Environmental Protection Agency(EPA).

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