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USER'S MANUAL
50"/61" WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY
PDS5003W/PDS5004W/
PDS5003U/PDS5004U/
PDS6101W
Before Use
• Safety Precautions ··································· E-2-E-3
• Features ····························································E-4
• Accessories ······················································ E-5
• Handy Tips ······················································· E-5
• Installation ······················································· E-6
Usage
• Part Names and Functions ····················· E-7-E-11
• Using the Remote Control ····························· E-12
• Basic Operations ············································ E-16
• Selecting Input Mode ····································· E-17
• How to Use Menus ······························· E-20-E-25
Before using the display, read this manual carefully so that you know how to use the display correctly.
Refer to this manual whenever questions or problems about operation arise. Be sure to read and observe the
safety precautions.
Keep this manual where the user can see it easily.
* Installation and removal require special expertise. Consult your product dealer for details.
Contents
Page
Adjustments
(POSITION/SIZE Menu) ························ E-28-E-29
• Adjusting Audio (AUDIO Menu) ·········· E-30-E-31
(FACTORY DEFAULT) ·····································E-41
Others
• Options ····························································E-42
• Factory Settings ············································· E-43
• Specification ···················································E-44
• Cleaning and Maintenance ····························E-46
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    USER’S MANUAL 50”/61” WIDE PLASMA DISPLAY PDS5003W/PDS5004W/ PDS5003U/PDS5004U/ PDS6101W Before Use • Safety Precautions ··································· E-2–E-3 • Features ····························································E-4 • Accessories ······················································ E-5 • Handy Tips ······················································· E-5 • Installation ······················································· E-6 Usage • Part Names and Functions ····················· E-7–E-11 •...
  • Page 2: Declaration Of Conformity

    EC Council Directive 73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973 Place of Issue: United Kingdom Date of Issue: Jan. 2002 Declaration reference: Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG, United Kingdom Tel: + 44-(0)20-8731-3450 according to EN45014 Fujitsu General (U.K.) Co.
  • Page 3 EC Council Directive 73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973 Place of Issue: United Kingdom Date of Issue: Jan. 2002 Declaration reference: Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG, United Kingdom Tel: + 44-(0)20-8731-3450 according to EN45014 Fujitsu General (U.K.) Co.
  • Page 4 EC Council Directive 73/23/EEC of 19th, February 1973 Place of Issue: United Kingdom Date of Issue: Feb. 2002 Declaration reference: Fujitsu General (U.K) Co. Limited Unit 150, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG, United Kingdom Tel: + 44-(0)20-8731-3450 according to EN45014 Fujitsu General (U.K.) Co.
  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FCC NOTICE • PDS5003W/PDS5003U/PDS6101W: A Class A digital device This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
  • Page 6 – Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. The product should be mounted according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mount recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Page 7: Features

    FEATURES This display uses a plasma display panel and is only 9.8 cm (50”) /11.8 cm (61”) deep. With its high picture quality and performance, it is perfectly suited for multimedia applications. Variety of input signals • In addition to video, S-video, and RGB, signals, this display supports input of high-quality video signals such as DVD and HDTV. •...
  • Page 8: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES CHECKING ACCESSORIES One remote control Two AA batteries HANDY TIPS • Pictures may become “burnt” into the screen phosphors if the screen is left on for extended periods. To ensure that the display has a prolonged service life, be sure to use a screen orbiter, white screen. This will ensure the same picture or pattern is not constantly displayed for long periods.
  • Page 9: Installation

    INSTALLATION To prevent the display’s internal components from overheating, make sure that the display is installed in a well-ventilated location. Be sure to use the optional desktop stand, ceiling-mounting unit, wall-mounting unit and other unit when installing this display. Also, be sure that your dealer performs the installation.
  • Page 10: Part Names And Functions

    PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Front (both 50" and 61") Warning If the power indicator lamp flashes red, this signifies that the display has developed a problem. When this happens, be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle and contact your dealer. Leaving the display power ON can result in fire or electric shock. 1 Power indicator lamp This lamp shows the state of the power supply.
  • Page 11 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) Bottom (50”) Bottom (61”) 1 OFF/STD-BY switch :The power indicator lamp goes off, and the power can’t be turned on by the power button. The power is partly supplied. STD-BY :The power indicator lamp lights red, and the power can be turned on or off by the power button. 2 RGB 2 input terminal (RGB 2 INPUT/mD-sub) Connect this terminal to the PC’s display (analog RGB) output terminal or decoder (digital broadcast tuner, etc.) output terminal.
  • Page 12 9 Sound 1 input terminal (AUDIO 1 INPUT) Connect this terminal to the sound output terminal of your VCR, etc. (See P.E-37 for the selection of audio input for video input.) 0 RGB 3 synchronization switch (SYNC SW TTL/ANALOG (75 )) This switch is used to terminate horizontal (H) terminal and vertical (V) terminal, out of RGB3 input terminals, with 75 : Does not terminate.
  • Page 13 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS (Continued) Description of Input Terminals DVI-D terminal (RGB 1 INPUT/DVI-D) RGB2 input terminal (RGB2 INPUT/mD-sub) RS-232C terminal (RS-232C) E-10 Pin No. Input signal Pin No. — Green Ground Blue — — — Ground Horizontal synchronization Ground Vertical synchronization Ground —...
  • Page 14: Remote Control

    Remote Control PUTTING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL 1 To remove the cover, slide it outwards while pressing it down. CAUTION: Be sure to use replacement batteries of the same type as the original ones. When disposing of used batteries, please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public institution’s rules that apply in your country/area.
  • Page 15: Using The Remote Control

    USING THE REMOTE CONTROL PRECAUTIONS To prevent malfunction, be sure not to apply any form of severe shock to the remote control. To prevent malfunction or deformation, be sure not to allow the remote control to become wet; also, keep it away from hot locations or heating equipment.
  • Page 16: Connecting The Display To External Equipment

    CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT Be sure to turn OFF the power to the display and external equipment before making any connections. No cables are supplied with the display for connection to external equipment. The type of cable to be used varies depending on the PC model.
  • Page 17 CONNECTING THE DISPLAY TO EXTERNAL EQUIPMENT(Continued) (50”) VIDEO S-VIDEO RS-232C INPUT INPUT To video To S-video To RS-232C output output output (digital RGB) terminal terminal terminal E-14 RGB1 RGB2 INPUT INPUT AUDIO1 (DVI-D) (mD-sub) INPUT To sound To display To display output (analog RGB) output...
  • Page 18 (61”) COMPONENT POWER VIDEO INPUT INPUT (color difference input) / RGB3 INPUT To receptacle To color difference To display output terminal / (analog RGB) To display output (analog RGB) terminal output terminal RGB2 RGB1 INPUT INPUT RS-232C S-VIDEO (mD-sub) (DVI-D) To display To RS-232C To S-video...
  • Page 19: Basic Operations

    BASIC OPERATIONS TURNING ON THE POWER * You can also use the switches on the display’s control panel to accomplish these steps. TURNING OFF THE POWER Press The power indicator lamp turns red. ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Press Press Any value between 0 and 40 can be selected. * “No Audio”...
  • Page 20: Selecting Input Mode

    SELECTING INPUT MODE VIDEO INPUT MODE Press mode. Each time you press appears. The sequence is as follows: Video: S-video: Comp.video: Displays pictures from equipment * When RGB-PC is selected in BNC Input mode, * You can also use the switches on the display’s control panel to accomplish these steps.
  • Page 21: Watching Pictures On The Wide Screen

    WATCHING PICTURES ON THE WIDE SCREEN SWITCHING BETWEEN SCREEN SIZES Press The currently selected mode will appear. Press picture mode. Each time you press appears. The sequences used are as follows: When you are in a Video or S-video input mode When you are in a Comp.video input mode When you are in an RGB input mode * You can also use the...
  • Page 22: Screen Size

    SCREEN SIZE Normal Displays pictures of normal size (i.e., a 4:3 aspect ratio). Auto The screen size changes automatically in accordance with the contents of image software you use. Wide1 Displays natural-looking pictures of standard size on the wide screen. Wide2/Wide Ideal for displaying vertically extended pictures such as squeezed pictures and recorded HDTV programs.
  • Page 23: How To Use Menus

    HOW TO USE MENUS SELECTING OPTIONS IN A MENU Use the [MODE] button on the display or Press The main menu screen will appear. Press to switch between sub-menus. Each time you press , one of the available menus appears. The corresponding menu screen will appear.
  • Page 24 Option Function (1) Contrast Adjusts picture contrast. (2) Brightness Adjusts screen brightness. (3) Color Adjusts color darkness. (4) Tint Adjusts tint. (5) Sharpness Adjusts picture sharpness. (6) Picture Mode Can set up the picture mode. (7) Color Temp. Adjusts color temperature. (8) User Color Temp.
  • Page 25: Features Menu

    HOW TO USE MENUS (Continued) USING THE AUDIO MENU When you finish selecting a desired option in the AUDIO menu screen, press When you do so, the adjustment screen for that option appears. Press to select option and press The adjustments you make will be stored for each audio input terminal. *Audio Input menu will not be displayed when "No Audio"...
  • Page 26 On Screen Menu screen Adjustment Menu (See P . E-32–E-33.) Option (1) Dot Clock (for RGB2, RGB3) (2) Clock Phase (for RGB2, RGB3) (3) Vertical Sync (for RGB2, RGB3) (4) Clamp Position (for Comp.video, RGB2, RGB3) (5)Auto Calibration (for RGB2, RGB3) Function Menu(See P .
  • Page 27 HOW TO USE MENUS (Continued) Input Terminal Menu(See P . E-32, E-35–E-36.) Option Function (1) Video Input Selects video mode. (for Video) (2) S-video Input Selects video mode. (for S-video) (3) BNC Input Selects BNC Input signal. (4) D-SUB Input Selects D-SUB Input signal.
  • Page 28 Option Function (4) Screen Orbiter Sets up screen orbiter. (for RGB) (5) Input Priority Specifies input mode of highest priority. (6) Monitor No. Selects display number. (7) Direct Setting Selects input signal. (for RGB) (8) Code Setting Specifies and displays type (for RGB2, RGB3) of input signal directly.
  • Page 29: Adjusting Pictures (Picture Menu)

    ADJUSTING PICTURES (PICTURE MENU) BASIC OPERATIONS [EX.: ADJUSTING TINT (Tint)] You can make changes to all picture adjustment options in the PICTURE Menu. The changes you make will be stored for a selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 30 • Adjusting Contrast (Contrast) Any value between -30 and +30 can be selected. : Higher contrast : Lower contrast Press to store. • Adjusting Screen Brightness (Brightness) Any value between -60 and +60 can be selected. : Brighter screen : Darker screen Press to store.
  • Page 31: Adjusting Screen Position And Size (Position/Size Menu)

    ADJUSTING SCREEN POSITION AND SIZE (POSITION/SIZE MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING HORIZONTAL DIRECTION OF SCREEN POSITION] You can make changes to all screen adjustment options in the POSITION/SIZE Menu. The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 32 Adjusting Screen Position (Position) Horizontal position (Horizontal) : Moves screen to the right. : Moves screen to the left. Vertical position (Vertical) : Moves screen up. : Moves screen down. Press to store. Adjusting Screen Size (Size) Screen width (Width) : Increases width.
  • Page 33: Adjusting Audio (Audio Menu)

    ADJUSTING AUDIO (AUDIO MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX.: ADJUSTING VOLUME BALANCE (Balance)] You can make changes to all sound adjustment options in the AUDIO Menu. The changes you make will be stored for the selected input mode. Therefore, you need to select a desired input mode before making any changes.
  • Page 34 Adjusting Treble (Treble) Any value between -6 and +6 can be selected. : Stronger treble : Weaker treble Adjusting Bass (Bass) Any value between -6 and +6 can be selected. : Stronger bass : Weaker bass Adjusting Volume Balance (Balance) Any value between -10 and +10 can be selected.
  • Page 35: Other Adjustments (Features Menu)

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU) BASIC OPERATION [EX. : SELECTING LANGUAGE (Language)] You can make the following changes in the FEATURES Menu. Press The main menu screen will appear. Press Each time you press menus appears in the following sequence: PICTURE The FEATURES Menu screen will appear.
  • Page 36 • FEATURES setup screen has the following 5 options. Adjustment : Can make a fine adjustment of pictures such as Dot Clock, Clamp Position. Function : Can make a function setting such as 24 Frame Mode, 3D Y/C. (See P. E-34.) On Screen Menu : Can make a display setting such as OSD, Language.
  • Page 37: On Screen Menu

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued) FUNCTION • Displaying the optimum movie pictures (24 Frame Mode) Can make the optimum display of 24 frames/second signals such as movie pictures. Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: On : Displays the optimum movie pictures.
  • Page 38: Input Terminal

    INPUT TERMINAL • Selecting Video Mode (Video Input) You can use this option to select the desired video mode of pictures it will receive to the Video Input terminal. Each time you press , one of the available modes appears in the following sequence: Auto: Automatically selects NTSC, PAL and SECAM.
  • Page 39: Others Menu

    OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued) INPUT TERMINAL • Selecting D-SUB Input (D-SUB Input) You can use this option to select the signal system it will receive to D-SUB Input terminal. (1) Select D-SUB Input and press D-SUB Input screen appears. (2) Select the signal system to receive. Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: RGB-PC...
  • Page 40 • Selecting time before DPMS starts (DPMS) You can use this option to select the amount of time before the DPMS function starts. DPMS (which stands for “display power management signaling”) allows the display to maintain an automatic power saving function. This function causes on-screen information to disappear until the next input operation, if the power is ON and the display has not received any signals for the predetermined period of time.
  • Page 41 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued) • Minimizing phosphor burn-in (Screen Orbiter) You can use this option to move the screen position to minimize phosphor-induced “burn-in”. Follow the steps below. (1) Select “Screen Orbiter” and press The “Screen Orbiter” setting screen will appear. (2)Press to select “Mode/Time”.
  • Page 42 • Assigning Numbers to Displays (Monitor No.) When you use two or more displays, you can use a single remote control to control individual displays by assigning a unique number to each of the displays. Each time you press , one of the available numbers appears in the following sequence: You can normally control displays.
  • Page 43 OTHER ADJUSTMENTS (FEATURES MENU)(Continued) • Setting Exhibition Mode (Exhibition Mode) You can use this option to display the enhanced contrast, which is most suitable for the use by unspecified persons. Each time you press , one of the available choices appears in the following sequence: On: Sets up Exhibition mode.
  • Page 44: Initialization Of User Adjustment Value

    INITIALIZATION OF USER ADJUSTMENT VALUE(FACTORY DEFAULT) You can restore the values of the adjustment/setting made in the MENU to factory settings. Press The main menu screen will appear. Press DEFAULT” . Each time you press menus appears in the following sequence: PICTURE The FEATURES Menu screen will appear.
  • Page 45: Options

    To prevent injury, fire, and electric shock, arrange for options to be initially installed (or installed at a different location) by your dealer. CAUTION: This display (PDS5003W/PDS5003U/PDS5004W/PDS5004U/PDS6101W) is for use only with Fujitsu General Limited’s option (P-50WB01, P-50CT01, P-50TT01). Using this display with other option can cause instability resulting in possible injury.
  • Page 46: Factory Settings

    FACTORY SETTINGS This display can store the latest four types of signals for RGB adjustment value. The fifth input signal will replace the adjustment value of the first input signal. To do this, select a desired signal and follow the instructions in “Adjusting Screen Position and Size” on P. E-28–E-29 to adjust the parameters.
  • Page 47: Specification

    2 small ferrite cores • Specifications and external appearance may be change for the sake of improvement. • is a worldwide trademark of Fujitsu General Limited and is a registered trademark in Japan, the U.S.A. and other countries or areas. E-44 PDS6101W 61"...
  • Page 48 EN61000-4-6 1996 EN61000-4-8 1993 EN61000-4-11 1994 • AS Safety: IEC60950 A1/A2/A3/A4 EMC: AS/NZS 3548 Regulation --- PDS5003U/PDS5004U • UL, CSA Safety: UL6500,C-UL EMC:FCC Part 15 Class A, ICES-003 Class A (PDS5003U) EMC:FCC Part 15 Class B, ICES-003 Class B (PDS5004U) E-45...
  • Page 49: Cleaning And Maintenance

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Precautions Be sure to remove the power plug from the receptacle before cleaning the display. Be sure not to clean the display using a cloth dampened with volatile solvents, such as benzene or thinner. Such solvents can harm the display’s cabinet, the filter at the screen front, and the remote control.
  • Page 50 1116, Suenaga, Takatsu-ku, Kawasaki 213-8502, Japan 8113153019 Printed in Japan...