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TECHNICAL MANUAL
PLASMA DISPLAY MONITOR: PDP-502MX
TABLE-TOP STAND: PDK-5001
PLASMA DISPLAY CEILING SUSPENSION HARDWARE: PDK-5002
PDP BRACKET: PDK-5005
PLASMA DISPLAY WALL-MOUNT HARDWARE: PDK-5006
CARRIABLE STAND: PDK-5008
SPEAKER SYSTEM: PDP-S03-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.
CAUTION
Exclamation marks placed within triangles are
intended to alert users to the presence of important
safety information. Be sure to read instructions
indicated by this symbol.
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, or for those occurring during
assembly, installation, mounting, or operation of
this product, or 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 us.
• 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.
(Ver. 2.0)

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  • Page 1 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...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    4.7.3 Assembling the mounting hardware and mounting the plasma display ..............67 4.8 Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 ............................... 71 4.8.1 Specifications ................................71 4.8.2 External Dimensions (with plasma display monitor PDP-502MX mounted) ............72 4.8.3 Mounting procedures .............................. 73 4.9 Speaker System: PDP-S03-LR ............................75 4.9.1 Specifications ................................
  • Page 3 Table of Contents 5.2 Normal Operating Mode ..............................93 5.2.1 About normal operating mode ..........................93 5.3 Menu Mode ..................................94 5.3.1 About menu mode ..............................94 5.3.2 Example of menu mode operation .......................... 95 5.3.3 Settings in menu mode ............................97 1) Setting power save ............................
  • Page 4: Features

    Features Features and Functions of the PDP-502MX Plasma Display High definition, high contrast • Through the newly-developed panel that aims for the optimum in luminous efficiency and development of a new drive sequence, we have achieved high contrast and a great improvement in brightness while maintaining high definition.
  • Page 5 Features...
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Specifications 2.1 Specifications Light-emitting panel ....50-inch plasma display panel Audio-related Aspect ratio ..............16 : 9 AUDIO INPUT Input Pin jack ( 2) PEL ................1280 (for INPUT 1/2) L/R ..above 500 mVrms/10 k PEL pitch ......0.858 (H•RGB trio) 0.808 (V) mm Gradation ........
  • Page 7 Specifications (NOTE 1) Do not make connections to the S terminal and a BNC terminal at the same time. This could cause malfunction or breakage of the device. (NOTE 2) The display is preset at the factory to 4800bps. This setting can be changed using either the remote control unit or a PC. (NOTE 3) Allow for 500 W 500VA of consumption per unit.
  • Page 8: External Dimensions

    Weight: 40.3 kg (without attachment stand) Material: Front: Resin; Rear frame: Resin; Rear cover: Aluminum, Front protector panel: acrylic Treatment: Front: Paint; Rear frame: Paint; Rear cover: Paint (All paints are Pioneer original colors) For packaging information, refer to 3.3.2 “Unpacking”.
  • Page 9 External Dimensions <Light Sensor for the Remote> <Main Unit Operation Panel> STANDBY/ON INPUT 22.5 11.1 MENU ADJUST SIZE DISPLAY 29.8 21.4...
  • Page 10: Controls And Connectors

    Controls and Connectors NOTE 2.3 Controls and Connectors When the optional plasma display speakers are attached, it is not possible to use the operation panel on the display. <Operation Panel> STANDBY/ON INPUT MENU ADJUST SIZE DISPLAY <Connectors> (at the rear of the ANALOG OUTPUT SPEAKER...
  • Page 11 Controls and Connectors ~ CONTROL IN/OUT terminals ( Sync Signal Impedance switch For connection to Pioneer products that have the Î mark. Used to switch impedance for items & and *. If you connect a CONTROL (If CONTROL connection is...
  • Page 12: Pin Layout

    Controls and Connectors 2.4 Pin layout INPUT 4 (Mini D-sub, 15-pin connector; female) RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connector; male) pin layout pin layout Note : Standard VGA connector (plug and play supported). Note : Plasma communicates as a DCE derice. $ INPUT4 input terminals % INPUT4 output terminals Pin No.
  • Page 13: Remote Control Unit

    Remote Control Unit 2.5 Remote Control Unit SCREEN SIZE button Used to manually select the screen size. STANDBY SCREEN MUTING MUTING button STANDBY/ON button SIZE Used to temporarily turn off the INPUT Used to turn the system on or off VIDEO sound.
  • Page 14: Remote Control Unit Case

    Remote Control Unit Case 2.6 Remote Control Unit Case Peel the sticker paper off of the lower and upper tape on the rear side of the remote control unit case, and attach it to the rear of the main unit or some other fixed surface, so that it will be available for putting away the remote control unit when it is not in use.
  • Page 15 Remote Control Unit Case...
  • Page 16: Installation Site Requirements

    Installation Site Requirements 3.1 Installation Site Requirements If the site requires modifications or special preparations for installation of the plasma display or its mounting hardware, obtain permission in advance from the building owner or building authorities. To ensure installations safety, it is also important to determine the strength of the installation site with the help of the original building contractor.
  • Page 17 This display emits weak infrared radiation. If other products controlled with infrared remote controls are placed nearby, remote control function may be affected. In such cases, move them further away from the display or contact Pioneer authorized dealer for assistance.
  • Page 18: Installation Conditions

    Installation Conditions 3.2 Installation Conditions 3.2.1 Heat dissipation This unit has openings for effective ventilation at locations marked by arrows in the illustration below. To allow proper dissipation of heat from the unit, avoid blocking or covering any of these openings. (Unit : mm) Fan (4 in number) 137.5...
  • Page 19: Calculating Heat Quantity

    3.2.3 Product mounting holes We recommend using mounting hardware available from Pioneer. If you use other mounting hardware items, mount them to the unit using the M8-bolt holes provided in the unit. Remove the hole rivets, depending on the particular mounting hardware used.
  • Page 20 Installation Conditions This unit is designed to be mounted using four bolt holes. For additional safety, we recommend securing it at six to eight points on opposite sides of the horizontal and vertical center lines, as shown in the illustration below. Do not secure the unit at four points arranged in a single row, as shown below.
  • Page 21: Mounting Surface Warping

    3.2.4 Mounting surface warping The display section incorporates glass. Before mounting the product, using hardware other than that provided by Pioneer, perform the following to confirm that the display is free from warps exceeding 1 mm*. * Regarding the 1mm limit The frame of the display may have a warp of up to 3mm.
  • Page 22: Installation Procedures

    Installation Procedures 3.3 Installation Procedures 3.3.1 Transportation precautions 1 Any transportation of the unopened unit in its packaging should be done by two or more persons. To avoid injury or damage, do not lift the package by its packing bands. 2 When transporting or storing the unit, always position it vertically - never horizontally.
  • Page 23: Mounting On The Attachment Stands

    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 L, C and R upper cartons. 5 Remove the front and rear cartons. 6 Remove the operating instructions and accessories, which are secured to the lower carton by adhesive tape.
  • Page 24: Wiring

    Installation Procedures 3.3.5 Wiring 1) Connecting the power cable • Refer to the section on Power Cord Connection on p. 16 of the operating instructions. • For power source specifications, refer to 3.1 “Installation Site Requirements”, Section 11) Power requirements, above.
  • Page 25 Installation Procedures 4) Arranging and securing cables with speed clamps and bead bands Fasten cables using the supplied speed clamps. Remember that speed clamps are not easily removed, once fastened. Secure cables with the supplied bead bands. * Display viewed from the rear. Cables may be drawn around to the right, viewed from this side.
  • Page 26: Special Installation

    Special Installation (Mounting to fittings) 3.4 Special Installation The unit can be hung from or embedded in a wall, but such special installations impose additional limitations on operating temperatures and other operational factors. Examine installation methods and the ambient conditions for your installation site, and refer to sections 3.1 to 3.3 in this manual.
  • Page 27 Special Installation (Mounting to fittings) Standard installation (Note that only Examples 2 and 3 apply in cases where top and bottom are reversed) Example 1 Example 2 35 mm or less Example 3 Example 4 35 mm or less * Never block this opening.
  • Page 28: Hanging On The Wall

    Special Instruction (Hanging on the wall) 3.4.2 Hanging on the wall Carefully read the following before attempting to hang the unit on a wall, and 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 29 Special Installation (Hanging on the wall) 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-mark 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 30: Embedding In The Wall

    Special Installation (Embedding in the wall) 3.4.3 Embedding in the wall Carefully read the following before trying to embed the unit in a wall, and make sure to 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 (With no obstructions within a distance of 300 mm from the back surface of the unit).
  • Page 31 Special Installation (Embedding 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-mark 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 32 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) 100mm or 100mm or more more 50mm or more Cation : Due to possible heat up, we do not recommend installation in narrow, enclosed areas. Operating Temperature Restrictions •...
  • Page 33 Special Installation (Embedding 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-mark 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 34: 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 confined spaces, observe the following conditions shown in the drawing in a page to the right: Use a mesh with aperture efficiency of 50% or more.
  • Page 35 Special installation (When the display is put in a box) Outside air temperature mea- suring point 10mm Exhaust Intake side side 10mm Rear view (the following area should be made of mesh) Mesh with aperture effi- ciency of 50% or more 750 mm or more A+70mm 1118 mm or more...
  • Page 36: Ceiling Suspension (with Wires)

    Special Installation (Ceiling suspension (with wires)) 3.4.5 Ceiling suspension (with wires) When suspending from ceilings with wire, attach the unit either at rows A and B or at rows C and D to keep it from deforming forces. 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 37 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-mark 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: Hanging On The Wall (lengthwise)

    Special Installation (Hanging on the wall (lengthwise)) 3.4.6 Hanging on the wall (lengthwise) Carefully read the following before attempting to mount the unit on the wall, and 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 Make sure that this fan...
  • Page 39 Special Installation (Hanging from 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-mark 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 40: Place Product Upright And Flush Into Wall (embedding In The Wall)

    Special Installation (Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding in the wall)) 3.4.7 Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding in the wall) Carefully read the following before trying to embed the unit in a wall, and make sure to observe all the limitations specified below.
  • Page 41 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding 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-mark 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 42 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding in the wall)) (2) Embedding in walls with no space provided behind the unit. 100mm or 100mm or more more Make sure that this fan is on the upper side Panting (Punching) net (numerical aperture 50% or over)
  • Page 43 Special Installation (Place product upright and flush into wall (embedding 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-mark 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 44: Horizontal Connections

    Special installation (Horizontal connections) 3.4.8 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. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
  • Page 45 Special installation (Horizontal connections) 2 Installing theree or more units (Horizontal connection) The following table lists the operating temperature conditions. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range. Partition Unit A Unit B Unit C In case of lateral connections, ensure that left and right partitions are provided.
  • Page 46: Multiple

    Special installation (Multiple) 3.4.9 Multiple 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 Inatalling multiple (2 Vertical units) The following table lists the operating temperature conditions. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
  • Page 47: How To Use The Standard Mounting Components

    In addition to reliability and the vivid display resulting from its large screen area, brightness, and image quality, the plasma display (PDP-502MX) is thin and lightweight, enabling mounting in locations not possible for conventional displays. We considered various mounting patterns and operating conditions during the design of the plasma display (PDP- 502MX).
  • Page 48: Handling The Standard Mounting Components

    This section of the manual discusses ways to mount, install, and handle the mounting hardware exclusively designed for our plasma displays. Mounting should be performed by qualified experts. Refer all installation and mounting work to qualified persons, 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 49: Installation Of The Attachment Stand

    Installation of the Attachment Stand 4.3 Installation of the Attachment Stand Make sure to secure the attachment stand to the Insert the unit into the stand. display platform using M8 bolts (commercially available) 25 mm longer than the thickness of the platform.
  • Page 50 Installation of the Attachment Stand Dimensions 1218 66.5...
  • Page 51: Specifications

    Weight ........4.0 kg (mounting hardware only) 44.3 kg (mounting hardware and plasma display) Materials ........Base: plastic (ABS); Stand pipes: general structural steel tubes (STK-MR) Finish.......... Finish: Base: paint (Pioneer original color); Stand pipes: semi-matt black paint Package dimensions ....726 (W) 425 (D) 100 (H) mm Package weight ......
  • Page 52: Mount Locations For Floor-fastening Screws

    Table-top Stand: PDK-5001 4.4.2 Mount locations for floor-fastening screws * Secure the assembly to the floor using M6 screws at least 20 mm long. 656.6 4.4.3 Dimensions (* with Plasma Display Monitor PDP-502MX installed) Unit: mm 1218 *123...
  • Page 53: Assembling The Stand

    Table-top Stand: PDK-5001 4.4.4 Assembling the stand 1) Assembling Procedure 1 1 Place the base upside-down. 2 Insert the left and right stand pipes into the base. (CAUTION : Insert pipes so that they face in the proper direction.) 3 Fasten the pipes to the base with the supplied screws. (Tighten the central screws first.) Screw (4 x 12) * Tighten these screws first.
  • Page 54: Mounting To The Main Unit

    Table-top Stand: PDK-5001 4.4.5 Mounting to the main unit 1) Mounting procedures 1 Place the display face down, remove the hole rivets, and align the assembled stand to the display mount openings. 2 Secure the stand by tightening the washers and bolts with the supplied hexagonal wrench. 1.
  • Page 55: Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side Type): Pdk-5002

    54.9 kg (mounting hardware and Plasma display) Adjustable range of angles ..Horizontal to 25 degrees below horizontal, 45 degrees left/right Material ........Steel pipe for general structure (STK-MR) Finish .......... Semi-matte black paint (Original Pioneer color) Package dimensions ....1270 (W) 725 (D) 230 (H) mm Package weight ......
  • Page 56: External Dimensions

    Plasma Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side type): PDK-5002 4.5.2 External Dimensions Unit: mm 4 - 13.5 240.5 60.5 1218 This circle shows the path that the outermost part of the plasma display follows when it is rotated about a vertical axis after having been tilted sideways by 25°.
  • Page 57: Assembling And Installing The Mounting Hardware And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side type): PDK-5002 4.5.3 Assembling and Installing the mounting hardware and mounting the plasma display 1) Preparations You will need the following tools. Make sure you have them at hand before beginning work. • Wrench or spanner (subtense 12 mm) •...
  • Page 58: Flat Washer

    Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side type): PDK-5002 Pattern Ceiling flange COMP Hexagonal socket head bolt Flat washer (for tilt angle adjustment) [WC100FZK] (M6 x 10) Spring washer [SME60H100FZK] [WS100FZK] Hexagonal socket head bolt (M10 x 85) [SME100H850FZK] Flat washer Hexagonal socket head bolt [WC80FZK] (For firm gripping)
  • Page 59 Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side type): PDK-5002 3) Mounting the plasma display 1 Remove the hole rivets (six, in a vertical line), from the rear of the plasma display. 2 Mount the supplied monitor mount bolt assembly (three per side) to the mount opening at the rear of the display. 3 Loosen the upper mount screws securing the left and right monitor brackets, and tilt the brackets to full extension.
  • Page 60 Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (one-side type): PDK-5002...
  • Page 61: Pdp Bracket: Pdk-5005

    Weight ........4.1 kg (mounting hardware only) 44.4 kg (mounting hardware and plasma display) Material ........steel pipe for general structure (STK-MR) Finish .......... Semi-matte black paint (Original Pioneer color) Package dimensions ....850 (W) 130 (D) 110 (H) mm Package weight ......
  • Page 62: External Dimensions

    PDP Bracket: PDK-5005 4.6.2 External Dimensions Units: mm The mounting format is symmetrical from left to right and from top to bottom. 1218 608 (Special eye bolt mounting pitch) 148.5 8- 9...
  • Page 63: Assembly Procedure

    PDP Bracket: PDK-5005 4.6.3 Assembly Procedure 1 Temporarily fasten the vertical a and horizontal b frames using all of the M5 plus/minus screws with washers e. 2 Attach the special eye bolts c to the spring washers h, and insert them into the appropriate holes. Secure the small flat washers j and nuts g.
  • Page 64: An Example Of Use

    7 As the last step secure the M8 spring nuts h. 4.6.4 An example of use The unit can be mounted to any of Pioneer's standard mounting hardware (with the exception of PDK-5006) while it is attached to the PDP bracket.
  • Page 65: Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-mount Hardware: Pdk-5006

    Weight ........7.6 kg (mounting hardware only) 47.9 kg (mounting hardware and plasma display) Materials ........General structural steel tubes (STK-MR) Finish .......... Semi-matte black paint on rear (Original Pioneer color) Dimensions of packaging ..1185 (W) 270 (D) 80 (H) mm Package weight ......
  • Page 66: External Dimensions

    Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-Mount Hardware: PDK-5006 4.7.2 External Dimensions 35.8 39.6...
  • Page 67: Assembling The Mounting Hardware And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-Mount Hardware: PDK-5006 4.7.3 Assembling the mounting hardware and mounting the plasma display 1) Precautions before assembling • Make sure you distinguish correctly between the vertical frames for right and left. Both should be mounted so that their hexagonal sockets face outward. •...
  • Page 68 Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-Mount Hardware: PDK-5006 3) Mounting the monitor-fastening bolts to the plasma display 1 Mount the monitor-fastening bolts to the four rear corners of the plasma display. Monitor- fastening bolt 1162 Monitor- fastening bolt Monitor- fastening bolt 20-M8 (With a 16 hole rivet) Monitor- fastening bolt...
  • Page 69 Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-Mount Hardware: PDK-5006 2. After mounting the mounting hardware to the wall with screws, fully extend the left and right vertical frames as shown, and tighten the left and right screws (c). Wall Side 3 Mounting the plasma display 1.
  • Page 70 Tiltable Plasma Display Wall-Mount Hardware: PDK-5006 4) Adjusting the angle This mounting can be tilted 25 degrees, without set increments. The work should be done by two people. 1 Loosen screw c on the left and right vertical frames. 2 While sliding the arm down, push the display to the desired angle. 3 Once the desired angle is reached, tighten screw c on the left and right frames.
  • Page 71: Carriable Stand: Pdk-5008

    Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 4.8 Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 4.8.1 Specifications External dimensions ....1218 (W) x 720 (D) x 1710 (H) mm Weight ........36.5 kg (stand only) 76.8 kg (stand and plasma display) Materials ........STKM (steel pipe) SPCC and SS41 Finish ..........
  • Page 72: External Dimensions (with Plasma Display Monitor Pdp-502mx Mounted)

    Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 4.8.2 External Dimensions (with plasma display monitor PDP-502MX mounted) (Shelf) (Tilt angle) ø 60 305.5 305.5...
  • Page 73: Mounting Procedures

    Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 3 Mount the bracket support bolts on the support panel. 4.8.3 Mounting procedures Mount hexagonal socket head (M8 20) to the panel For the sake of safety, this operation should be performed support, leaving a 5 to 6 mm gap, as shown. by two or more persons.
  • Page 74 Carriable Stand: PDK-5008 5 Mount the bracket-mounted plasma display onto the 6 Attach the shelf board to the mounting hardware. panel support. Using the providing ornament screws (M6 x 12), 1. Hook the bracket hooks onto the bolts protruding attach the shelf bracket to the stand shelf. Follow from the left and right of the panel support.
  • Page 75: Speaker System: Pdp-s03-lr

    External dimensions ....74 (W) 98 (D) 714 (H) mm 1368 (W) 103 (D) 714 (H) mm (with plasma display monitor PDP-502MX mounted) Weight ........2.7 kg ( 1) 45.7 kg (with plasma display monitor PDP-502MX mounted) Dimensions of packaging .... 818 (W)
  • Page 76: Mounting To The Main Unit

    Speaker System (3) Installing the speaker to the side of the plasma 4.9.3 Mounting to the main unit display 1) Installing procedure Install the speaker according to the procedure (1) Plasma display through (3) below:The illustrations below show the speaker (for right) to be mounted to the right of the display.
  • Page 77 Speaker System 2) Connection with a stereo amplifier 3) Installing procedure of commercially available 1. Turn off the power switch of a stereo amplifier. metal fixture 2. Connect an input terminal of the speaker system with Washers M8 ( 25) are supplied to use together with com- a speaker output terminal of the stereo amplifier using mercially available metal fixtures.
  • Page 78: Mounting With The Plasma Display Ceiling Suspension Hardware (pdk-5002)

    Speaker System 4.9.4 Mounting with the plasma display ceiling suspension hardware (PDK-5002) Monitor mount bolt (supplied with ceiling- suspension plasma display mounting hardware) Monitor mount bolt (supplied with ceiling- suspension plasma display mounting hardware) Hole rivet Figure 2 When mounting the plasma display, with the optional speakers attached, to the ceiling suspension hardware, first attach the speakers to the display with monitor mount bolts, as shown in Figure 2 .
  • Page 79 Speaker System Monitor mount bolt (supplied with ceiling-suspension plasma display mounting hardware) Washer, (supplied with optional speaker) Plasma display ceiling suspension hardware Figure 3 This circle shows the path that the outermost part of the plasma display follows when it is rotated about a vertical axis after having been tilted sideways by 25°.
  • Page 80: Mounting With Pdk-5006 (wall-mounting Hardware)

    Speaker System 4.9.5 Mounting with PDK-5006 (wall-mounting hardware) Monitor mount bolts (supplied with PDK-5006) Hole rivet Figure 4 When mounting the plasma display, with the optional speakers attached, to the wall-mounting hardware, first fasten the speakers to the display with the supplied monitor mount bolts, as shown in Figure 4 .
  • Page 81 Speaker System Monitor fastening bolt (supplied with PDK-5006) Wall-mounting hardware Monitor fastening bolt (supplied with PDK-5006) Figure 5...
  • Page 82 Speaker System...
  • Page 83: Before Beginning Adjustments

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1 Before Beginning Adjustments You can make adjustments to the unit in the following ways: • With the operating panel of the main unit • With the remote control unit • With a PC (through RS-232C) Make sure you've thoroughly read and understood the following before making any adjustments. 5.1.1 Operating mode The system has the following four major operating modes: Power Standby Status...
  • Page 84: Combination Use Of Remote Control Unit, Operating Panel And Pc

    Before Beginning Adjustments 3 Integrator Mode This mode provides adjustment functions for the integrator. White balance adjustment and various other settings are available in addition to those in the Menu mode. Refer to 5.4, “Integrator Mode” for further details. 4 RS-232C Adjustment Mode This mode enables various adjustments and settings using a PC.
  • Page 85: Lists Of Supported Input Signals

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1.3 Lists of supported input signals 1) Input Video Signals Supported INPUT 1 Screen size Signal Format Remark 4 : 3 FULL ZOOM CINEMA NATURAL NORMAL WIDE WIDE ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ NTSC Composite ‡ ‡ ‡...
  • Page 86 Before Beginning Adjustments 2) Input PC Signals Supported & Table of PC Signal Responses Screen Size (Dot x Line) Resolution Vertical Horizontal Remark (Dot x Line) Frequency Frequency ORIGINAL 4:3NORMAL FULL ZOOM NEC PC-9800 56.4Hz 24.8kHz 640 x 400 1280 x 768 ±...
  • Page 87 Before Beginning Adjustments 3) About Screen Size 1 Screen sizes for video signal input Appearance of picture NATURAL WIDE Suitable for watching news and sports etc. With movies and sports etc., gives a spacious impression with plenty of punch. 4 : 3 NORMAL Suitable for watching news and dramas etc.
  • Page 88: List Of Adjustable And Settable Items

    Before Beginning Adjustments Supplementary instructions Amount of screen information with video input signals (default settings) NTSC HDTV system (60Hz system) (50Hz system) NATURAL WIDE 4:3 NORMAL FULL ZOOM CINEMA WIDE Units: % 5.1.4 List of adjustable and settable items 1) Normal Operating Mode •...
  • Page 89 Before Beginning Adjustments 2) Menu Mode INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 Variable One-Step Video Signal Video Signal Video Signal PC Signal Video Signal PC Signal Range Increment S-Video (STEP) (/STEP) Component Component Composite (Y/C) ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡...
  • Page 90 Before Beginning Adjustments 3) Integrator Mode INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 Video Signal Video Signal Video Signal PC Signal Video Signal PC Signal Variable Range (STEP) S-Video Composite Component Component (Y/C) ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡...
  • Page 91: Last Memory

    Before Beginning Adjustments 5.1.5 Last Memory The last memory timing used by the unit is given in the table below. Remember, no last memory function is executed if you perform the following without meeting these timing requirements: • Switch off MAIN POWER; •...
  • Page 92 Before Beginning Adjustments...
  • Page 93: Normal Operating Mode

    Normal Operating Mode 5.2 Normal Operating Mode 5.2.1 About normal operating mode Normal operating mode enables the following: 1 Input switching • Pressing one of the INPUT buttons, 1 to 4 Input switches over to the selected input. • Pressing the INPUT button on the operating panel of the main unit This switches the input to the next input.
  • Page 94: Menu Mode

    Menu Mode 5.3 Menu Mode 5.3.1 About menu mode 1) How to enter/exit menu mode • To enter menu mode and display the menu screen (refer to section 5.3.2, “Example of menu mode operation”), press the MENU button on the remote, or on the operating panel of the main unit while in normal operating mode. To return to normal operating mode, press the MENU button again.
  • Page 95: Example Of Menu Mode Operation

    Menu Mode 5.3.2 Example of menu mode operation Adjusting contrast is shown below as an example of basic operation in menu mode. STANDBY/ON INPUT MENU ADJUST SIZE DISPLAY Switch the display on the menu screen Step (activating menu mode). Remote Main unit MAIN MENU control unit...
  • Page 96: Make Adjustments

    Menu Mode Select CONTRAST. Step Remote Main unit control unit ADJUST MAIN MENU 3CONTRAST : 0 ‘ ‘ PICTURE SCREEN BRIGHT ALL RESET COLOR POWER SAVE TINT SET UP SHARP RESET MENU : MENU OFF 5∞ 2 : SELECT SET : ADJUST Make adjustments.
  • Page 97: Settings In Menu Mode

    Menu Mode 5.3.3 Settings in menu mode 1) Setting power save This is a function that automatically switches to a power-saving mode when a picture signal (sync signal) is not detected. When input signals consist of PC signals, it is also possible to specify that an automatic reset be performed upon the re-input of video signals.
  • Page 98: Setting The Color System

    Menu Mode 2) Setting the color system INPUT 1 and 2 support all the various formats used in worldwide, which they distinguish between automatically. CAUTION This unit is not compatible with PAL-M or PAL-N. Normally, COLOR SYSTEM:AUTO is set for distinguishing automatically, but occasionally there may be instances of faulty playback, “no color”, etc., as in cases of VTR signals from multifold-generated copy of VTR signals.
  • Page 99: Setting The Three-dimensional Y/c Separator

    Menu Mode 3) Setting the three-dimensional Y/C separator A three-dimensional Y/C separator is built into the INPUT 1 video input circuitry. When you wish to show a still picture on the display screen, please set the “3D Y/C MODE to STILL”. Set-able condition : INPUT 1 Factory preset...
  • Page 100: Setting High Contrast

    Menu Mode 4) Setting HIGH CONTRAST This is a function that, for video signal input, adjusts the brightness of the parts of the picture with intermediate brightness, thus emphasizing the brightness. You should set HIGH CONTRAST to ON when playing software with many dark scenes or when using the unit in a bright environment.
  • Page 101: Setting Up Peripheral Equipment

    Menu Mode 5) Setting up peripheral equipment The unit is equipped with a function for automatically identifying whether the input signal is a PC signal or a video signal from something like a DVD player from the input signal frequency. However in the case of 31.5k / 60Hz video signal input or 640 x 480 / 60Hz PC signal input this function does not operate.
  • Page 102: Setting The Input Signal Format

    Menu Mode 6) Setting the input signal format INPUT 3 and 4 support RGB and two component video signal types. Thus, you must make the appropriate setting for the particular component. This setting needs to be made separately for INPUT 3 and 4, as described below. = SIGNAL : RGB (Examples) •...
  • Page 103: Setting The Clamp Position

    Menu Mode 7) Setting the clamp position Plugging in RGB (G ON SYNC) signals and a sync signal simultaneously may produce inappropriate intensity reproduction, with an over-bright screen or images with a greenish cast. If this occurs, set “CLAMP : MODE 2”. For most situations, leave “CLAMP : MODE 1”.
  • Page 104: Abl On/off

    Menu Mode 8) ABL ON/OFF Setting ABL: ON during playback of PC signals increases screen brightness. If you set “ABL to ON” then the peak brightness will rise, and in addition the brightness of the pictures produced by input signals will change. If the change is unsatisfactory, set ABL: OFF.
  • Page 105: H/v Enhancement Tuning

    Menu Mode 9) H/V enhancement tuning H/V enhancement tuning may be used to adjust picture sharpness for PC input signals. Horizontal and vertical sharpness may be adjusted independently. Note that sharpness control is particularly effective when displaying enlarged XGA, SVGA, or VGA input or when displaying compressed SXGA or UXGA input. Note:Setting the sharpness level too high may result in the outlines of text or other elements displayed to appear unnatural.
  • Page 106: Menu Layers

    Menu Mode 5.3.4 Menu layers 1) Video signal input MAIN MENU MAIN MENU PICTURE 3PICTURE 3CONTRAST : CONTRAST : PICTURE SCREEN BRIGHT SCREEN BRIGHT ALL RESET COLOR ALL RESET COLOR POWER SAVE TINT POWER SAVE TINT SET UP SHARP SET UP SHARP RESET RESET...
  • Page 107 Menu Mode 2) PC signal input MAIN MENU MAIN MENU PICTURE 3PICTURE 3CONTRAST : CONTRAST : PICTURE SCREEN BRIGHT SCREEN BRIGHT ALL RESET R LEVEL ALL RESET R LEVEL POWER SAVE G LEVEL POWER SAVE G LEVEL SET UP B LEVEL SET UP B LEVEL RESET...
  • Page 108: Integrator Mode

    Integrator Mode 5.4 Integrator Mode 5.4.1 About the integrator mode 1) How to enter integrator mode • Place the unit in integrator mode by doing the following: Procedure: In standby, switch on power to the unit using the e remote control or the operating panel of the main unit, as follows: MENU button = POWER button (This procedure should be complete in three seconds.)
  • Page 109: Example Of Integrator Mode Operation

    Integrator Mode 5.4.2 Example of integrator mode operation An example of adjustments of CONTRAST in the integrator mode is discussed below. STANDBY/ON INPUT MENU ADJUST SIZE DISPLAY Put the unit into standby, and do the Step following. Remote Main unit –...
  • Page 110 Integrator Mode Select CONTRAST. Step Remote Main unit control unit ADJUST – – MENU ‘ ‘ 3CONTRAST : 128 PICTURE : 128 WHITE BAL. BRIGHT : 132 SCREEN COLOR : 132 SIDE MASK TINT H. SHARP : 128 OPTION 1 OPTION 2 V.
  • Page 111: Adjustments And Settings In The Integrator Mode

    Integrator Mode 5.4.3 Adjustments and settings in the integrator mode For detailed information on button operations, refer to section 5.4.2, “Example of integrator mode operation”. 1) Adjusting the PICTURE The items that can be adjusted here are CONTRAST, BRIGHT, COLOR, TINT, H. SHARP and V. SHARP. These are slightly different to the items that can be adjusted in the case of PICTURE adjustments from menu mode (see the instruction manual).
  • Page 112: Adjusting The White Balance

    Integrator Mode 2) Adjusting the WHITE BALANCE The items that can be adjusted here are R HIGH, G HIGH, B HIGH, R LOW, G LOW and B LOW. 1 Before entering the integrator mode, switch the unit to the Screen 1 –...
  • Page 113: Adjusting The Screen

    Integrator Mode 3) Adjusting the SCREEN The items that can be adjusted here are H.POSITION, V.POSITION, V SIZE, CLK FREQ and CLK PHASE. (NOTE) With this unit, H. SIZE cannot be adjusted. 1 Before entering the integrator mode, switch the unit to the Screen 1 specific input (one of INPUTs 1 to 4) in which adjustments –...
  • Page 114: Adjusting The Side Mask

    Integrator Mode 4) Adjusting the side mask The side mask adjusts the brightness of no-image areas appearing on the fringe of the screen when the screen size is set to 4 : 3 NORMAL or to ORIGINAL, for example. The brightness of each color of RGB can be adjusted separately. In adjusting the side mask, think of how video signals develop with time, and also of a balance in brightness between the adjacent display sets.
  • Page 115: Setting The Color Mode

    Integrator Mode 5) Setting the color mode In addition to COLOR MODE 1, which is for normal use, this unit also has the independent COLOR MODE 2, for which the PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values have been set to the optimum values for TV studio retakes.
  • Page 116: Setting The Mirror Mode

    Integrator Mode 6) Setting the mirror mode This function permits displayed images to be reversed in any fashion. = MIRROR MODE: OFF Normal playback = MIRROR MODE: X Left/right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: Y Up/down reversed playback Up/down/left/right reversed playback = MIRROR MODE: XY Left/right reversed playback Normal playback...
  • Page 117: Setting The Brightness Enhancement At The Screen Center

    Integrator Mode 7) Setting the brightness enhancement at the screen center Bright enhance is a function that enhances and/or corrects the brightness of the central part of the screen. This setting can be performed as described below while receiving video or PC signals. = Set ON.
  • Page 118: Setting Osd Display

    Integrator Mode 8) Setting OSD display This is a function that suppresses the OSD display (INPUT display, etc.) in normal operating mode. When “OSD: OFF” is set, the following OSD displays are enabled. 1 MENU display (Menu mode, integrator mode, and RS-232C adjustment mode) 2 Warning just before the Power Save feature comes on 3 High internal temperature warning (THERMAL WARNING! PLEASE SHUT DOWN.) 4 Display announcing KEY LOCK is set;...
  • Page 119: Setting The Baud Rate

    Integrator Mode 9) Setting the baud rate When controlling or adjusting the unit from a PC, the RS-232C port can be set to one of five baud rates: 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and 19200 BPS. Factory preset: 4800 BPS 1 Enter the integrator mode (refer to section 5.4.1, “About Screen 1 the integrator mode”).
  • Page 120: Setting Full Mask

    Integrator Mode 10) Setting FULL MASK This is a function for turning the whole screen a single color - white, red, green or blue - using a PDP internal signal. If FULL MASK is set to any setting other than OFF then display of external input signals becomes impossible. The FULL MASK feature may be used to wipe out to some extent images which have been burnt into the screen.
  • Page 121: Setting The Cooling Fan Control Formula

    Integrator Mode 11) Setting the cooling fan control formula The back of the main unit is equipped with cooling fans. With this function, the control formats of the fans can be switched. To have the fans automatically controlled according to an internal temperature sensor = set AUTO. To set a fixed maximum number of revolutions (cut automatic control) = set FIXED (MAX).
  • Page 122: Checking The Inside Temperature

    Integrator Mode 12) Checking the inside temperature A temperature level display is provided to make it possible to easily check the internal temperature of the main unit. = The internal temperature is OK. When GREEN is displayed = The internal temperature is rather high. Turn the power supply to the set When YELLOW or RED is displayed off, check the installation conditions immediately, and then take measures...
  • Page 123: Adjusting Sub Volume

    Integrator Mode 14) Adjusting SUB VOLUME This item can be used to individually adjust each sound level input. It is convenient to use when adjusting level between different sources (for example, between a DVD player and a PC). After first turning off muting, switch to integrator mode and then adjust the volume. The values to which SUB VOLUME can be adjusted depend on the current input function.
  • Page 124 Integrator Mode INPUT1 1 AUDIO INPUT INPUT POWER SUB VOLUME SELECTOR AMPLIFIER (INPUT1/2) ..Pin jack INPUT2 SUB VOLUME VOLUME INPUT3 AUDIO INPUT SUB VOLUME (INPUT3/4) Audio block diagram INPUT4 ..Stereo mini jack (conceptual diagram) SUB VOLUME This unit is equipped with 2 audio input systems No.
  • Page 125: Initializing Adjustments (all Default)

    Integrator Mode 15) Initializing Adjustments (ALL DEFAULT) You can restore items adjusted in the integrator mode to their factory-preset values. You can reset all of the PICTURE, WHITE BALANCE and SCREEN adjustment values (refer to 5.4.3 1), 2) and 3)) to their factory preset values in one go.
  • Page 126: Menu Layers

    Integrator Mode 5.4.4 Menu Layers 1) Video Signal Input MENU – – MENU – – PICTURE – – 3PICTURE CONTRAST : 128 CONTRAST : 128 PICTURE : 128 : 128 WHITE BAL. BRIGHT WHITE BAL. BRIGHT SCREEN COLOR SCREEN COLOR SIDE MASK TINT SIDE MASK...
  • Page 127 Integrator Mode 2) PC Signal Input MENU – – MENU – – PICTURE – – 3PICTURE CONTRAST : 128 CONTRAST : 128 PICTURE : 128 : 128 WHITE BAL. BRIGHT WHITE BAL. BRIGHT : – – – : – – – SCREEN COLOR SCREEN...
  • Page 128: Picture And White Balance Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables

    Integrator Mode 5.4.5 PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values memory area tables The memory area tables used during PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment have the layout shown below. Color modes 1 and 2 are independent and so the PICTURE and WHITE BALANCE adjustment values for these two modes are stored in separate parts of memory.
  • Page 129 Integrator Mode Color Mode 2 • CONTRAST • CONTRAST • R HIGH INPUT 1 (COMPOSITE) • BRIGHT • BRIGHT • G HIGH NTSC • COLOR • COLOR • B HIGH • R LOW • TINT • TINT SECAM • SHARP •...
  • Page 130: Screen Adjustment Values Area Tables

    Integrator Mode 5.4.6 SCREEN adjustment values area tables The SCREEN adjustment values memory area is laid out as shown below. When a function like the DEFAULT function is executed, items return to their center values. When INPUTS 1 and 2 are selected, SCREEN adjustment in menu mode becomes impossible.
  • Page 131: Rs-232c Adjustment Mode

    RS-232C Adjustment Mode 5.5 RS-232C Adjustment Mode Through the unit's RS-232C terminal. You can use a PC to make various adjustments and settings. 5.5.1 About the RS-232C adjustment mode 1) When carrying out adjustments in the RS-232C adjustment mode • The data is written into the same memory area as for integrator mode (refer to 5.4.5 and 5.4.6 ‘Memory area tables’).
  • Page 132: Interface

    Data: 8-bit Parity: 0 (no parity) Stop: 1-bit 5) Connection Control PC PLASMA DISPLAY Control PC PLASMA DISPLAY (with D25 serial port ) (PDP-502MX) (with D9 serial port) (PDP-502MX) RXD 3 2 TXD RXD 2 2 TXD TXD 2 3 RXD...
  • Page 133: Id Assignment

    RS-232C Adjustment Mode 5.5.3 ID assignment When a connection is made, this feature assigns an ID. ID assignment is performed in the PC. Commands: <IDC> (ID CLEAR) ..Clears assigned IDs. <IDS> (ID SET) ..... Assigns IDs IDS is only effective when an ID has not been assigned. It is assigned from a unit close to the PC.
  • Page 134: List Of Rc-232c Commands

    RS-232 Adjustment Mode 5.5.4 List of RS-232C commands How to read this table • Normal validity : Shows availability in the normal operating mode. Commands shown as valid are so whether or not preceded by an <AJY> command. • Direct validity : Shows commands that, if transmitted followed by numerical values, can or cannot directly set the corresponding items to those values sent out.
  • Page 135 RS-232C Adjustment Mode Command Normal Direct Up/Down Full Name Function Name Validity Validity Validity HIGH CONTRAST NO Turns the HIGH CONTRAST setting OFF HIGH CONTRAST YES Turns the HIGH CONTRAST setting ON HOUR METER DISPLAY Lets hour meter appear. ‡ ‡...
  • Page 136: About The Get Commands

    RS-232C Adjustment Mode 5.5.5 About the GET commands What are GET commands? • These are commands used to transmit adjustment data and other information in TXD to PCs from a microcomputer inside the plasma display. • This information s transmitted in ASCII code. (NOTE) Command names are given I inside <...
  • Page 137 RS-232C Adjustment Mode 3) <GST> (GET STATUS) – The status of various settings is transmitted in the following formats: PC SOFTWARE INPUT FUNCTION COLOR MODE SCREEN SIZE POWER SAVE (3 Byte) 1 (02 hex) VERSION (5 Byte) (3 Byte) (3 Byte) (3 Byte) DUMMY DATA COLOR SYSTEM...
  • Page 138: Combination Connection

    Combination Connection 5.6 Combination Connection This is useful for controlling/adjusting a number of sets from a single PC. By carrying out combination connection and then assigning IDs to each of the sets, it becomes possible to control/ adjust a number of sets either all at once or individually. 5.6.1 Connections Carry out connections as shown below.
  • Page 139 Combination Connection If the following connection conditions are observed, extension of operations to as many as 16 units is guaranteed. 1 Length of RS-232C cable connecting PC to PDP-502MX: 5 m Conditions: 2 Combination cable length: 5 m for each...
  • Page 140: Key Lock/unlock

    KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 5.7 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 5.7.1 Functions The KEY LOCK function disables the remote control unit and the main unit operation panel, preventing unauthorized persons from tampering with the unit after installation (RS-232C commands remain effective). Attempting to operate the remote control unit or the main unit operation panel will cause “KEY LOCK” to be displayed in the upper right corner of the screen.
  • Page 141: Regarding The Problem Of Images Becoming Burnt Onto The Screen

    Regarding the problem of images becoming burnt onto the screen 5.8 Regarding the problem of images becoming burnt onto the screen If the same image is shown on the screen for a prolonged period of time (i.e. a still picture or a closed-captioning etc.), then this image may become permanently burnt onto the screen.
  • Page 142: Operating Precautions And Recommendations

    Turn off the main power switch for the plasma display, wait 10 seconds and power it on again. If the display shuts down, there may be a internal problem, Consult with Pioneer Authorized Service Center. If it remains powered up, you may continue using it.
  • Page 143: Maintenance And Cleaning

    Maintenance and Cleaning 1) Unplug the power cord from the outlet. 2) Cabinet and remote control unit Never use solvents such as benzene or thinner, which can damage or destroy the coating on the cabinet or the remote control unit. Remove dirt by lightly wiping with a soft cloth.

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