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TECHNICAL MANUAL
Plasma Display: PDP-V401/V401E
Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for plasma display:
This manual gives precautions, general information, and examples for installation and handling of the plasma display
and its metal fixtures.
Carefully examine the structure, material, strength, and environmental conditions for the site at which the display is to
be installed before selecting an installation method. If the site is unsatisfactory, venders should not sell or install the
equipment.
For safety
In this manual, this symbol indicates important
precautions. Read these precautions carefully.
[Installation]
¶ We sell this equipment on the assumption that it
will be installed by a specialist with adequate training.
The equipment must be installed by trained vendors
or by your dealer.
¶ We are not responsible for injuries or damage
resulting from choice of unsuitable installation sites,
problems in assembly and installation, improper
installation, or natural disasters.
PDK-4001
PDK-4002
PDK-4003
PDK-4004
PDK-4005
Note:
• We are not responsible for damage caused by defective
parts supplied by third parties.
• The performance of the equipment is guaranteed only
when assembly and adjustment are performed as
described herein.
• The specifications and descriptions given in this
technical manual are subject to change without notice.
(ver.2.1)
PDK-4006
PDA-4001
PDA-4002
PDP-S01-LR

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  • Page 1 TECHNICAL MANUAL (ver.2.1) Plasma Display: PDP-V401/V401E Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for plasma display: PDK-4001 PDK-4006 PDK-4002 PDA-4001 PDK-4003 PDA-4002 PDK-4004 PDP-S01-LR PDK-4005 This manual gives precautions, general information, and examples for installation and handling of the plasma display and its metal fixtures.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    4.2 Handling standard metal fixtures ......................57 4.2.1 Precautions on handling metal fixtures ....................57 4.2.2 Precautions for vendors performing the installation ................57 4.3 Stand (an accessory to PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) ..................58 4.3.1 Installing the stand ..........................58 4.3.2 Outer-dimentions diagram ......................... 59 4.4 Tilting stand: PDK-4001 ..........................
  • Page 3 Contents 4.10 Infrared reduction filter: PDA-4001, protective filter: PDA-4002 .............. 90 4.10.1 Specifications and features (infrared reduction filter: PDA-4001) ............90 4.10.2 Specifications and features (protective filter: PDA-4002) ..............91 4.10.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ......... 92 4.10.4 White balance ............................
  • Page 4: Features

    < > shows the PDP-V401E. ¶ Best display for industrial and public purposes Our plasma display (PDP-V401/V401E) is specifically designed for use as an industrial display. It has been designed to provide the following features: • An aspect ratio of 4:3 optimal for use as a public display •...
  • Page 5 Features <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Video output ..Single-system BNC terminal 75 Ω output Accessory (Note: Up to four units, including the unit Power cord (PDP-V401 only) ........1 to which the signal is first input, may be Remote control ............1 connected when the equipment is AA battery ..............
  • Page 7: Outline Drawing

    Outline drawing 2.2 Outline drawing Plasma display main body weight : 30.8 kg <31.6 kg> Material : Front - Plastic, Back - plate Treatment : Front - Leather satin gray paint, Back - Semi-matte black paint Packing specifications - See “3.3.2 Unpacking” •...
  • Page 8: Part Names

    Part names <Operation Panel> 2.3 Part names STANDBY ˚ ( INPUT MENU ADJUST <Terminals and power supply section> (The terminals and power supply section are located at the back of the plasma display main body.) & (Ω) 2.2k RGB-2 (H/V SYNC) RGB-1 (ON SYNC) VIDEO RS-232C G ON SYNC...
  • Page 9: Remote Control

    Remote control 2.4 Remote control Power button STANDBY/ON Y/C button Turns power on or off. Sets Input Function to Y/C input. VIDEO RGB 1 VIDEO button RGB 1 and 2 buttons Sets Input Function to VIDEO RGB 2 INPUT These buttons set Input Input.
  • Page 10: Installation

    Installation environment 3.1 Installation environment The plasma display and special metal fixture must be installed after careful discussion with the building owner and manager of the building. Never undertake installation without careful consideration of the consequences. In addition, contact the contractor responsible for building construction and interior structure design and confirm the structure and safety of the building.
  • Page 11 Installation environment 9) Temperature and humidity The installation site should conform to the following temperature and humidity conditions: • Operating temperature range: 0 to 40 °C (Depending somewhat on installation conditions, see descriptions of special installations and methods for installation of the standard metal fixture.) •...
  • Page 12: Installation Conditions

    Installation conditions 3.2 Installation conditions 3.2.1 Radiation This display comes with multiple ventilation holes for efficient radiation of heat. Avoid blocking any of these holes. Ventilation holes are indicated by arrows in the following drawing. Five fans Side slits Side slits Air flows out through five of the ventilation holes and flows in through the other holes.
  • Page 13: Installation Position

    3.2.3 Installation position We recommend using the metal installation fixture made by Pioneer. When using a different fixture, use the M8 bolt hole provided on this display to mount the fixture to the display. Remove the hole rivets on the back of the plasma display, if necessary for the particular fixture.
  • Page 14 Installation conditions We recommend mounting at a minimum of 4 points, and at 6 or 8 points as shown below if possible. Avoid mounting the display with the particular 4-point scheme shown below. Mounting method — bad example Mounting method — good example A.
  • Page 15: Strain On Surface Where Equipment Is Installed

    Installation conditions 3.2.4 Strain on surface where equipment is installed 1 This display uses glass in its display section. When using a third-party metal fixture, check that strain is 1 mm or less by the following method. 2 Tightly fit a thread using a force of φ 0.1psi or less diagonally through the mounting bolt openings on the mounting surface, as shown in the drawing.
  • Page 16: Installation Procedure

    Upper carton Stand Upper pad Mirror mat Protector A Under carton Catalogue bag Operating Instructions Wrapping bag Remote control (CU-V153) Power cord (PDP-V401 only) Cable clamp 2P AA manganese dry cell, R6P Plastic bag Hexagonal-socket head bolt Flat washer <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 17 Installation procedure 2) Procedure for unpacking 1 Remove the PP band. 2 Slowly lift and remove the upper carton. 3 Remove the instruction manual (7 and 8), accessories (9), and stand (2), affixed to the upper pad with tape. Caution: If the upper pad (3) is removed before first removing these items, the items may fall and damage the product.
  • Page 18: Wiring

    Installation procedure 3.3.3 Wiring 1) Power source connection • Refer to Power cord connection on page 24 <36, 82> of the instruction manual. • For power source capacity, see the description given in “3.1 Installation environment, 11) Power requirements” in this manual. 2) Signal cable connection (1) Connecting to a PC •...
  • Page 19 Installation procedure <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 20: Special Installations

    Special installations (Fixing on a structure) 3.4 Special installations This display may be installed in several different positions, including wall-hanging and wall-embedding. Conditions, including temperature, may restrict the use of certain positions or installation methods. Consider installation methods and conditions, and see the description given in “3.1 to 3.3” in this chapter. All the measurement conditions in this manual are set in conformity with the following: •...
  • Page 21 Special installations (Fixing on a structure) Example 1: Example 2: Beams Ambient temperature requirement: 0 to 40°C Beams Ambient temperature requirement: 0 to 40°C Example 3: Example 4: Mount the display with the fans on the upper side. Ambient temperature requirement: 0 to 35°C Ambient temperature requirement: 0 to 35°C <Ver.
  • Page 22: Wall Hanging

    Special installations (Wall hanging) 3.4.2 Wall hanging This display may be wall-mounted. Since this form of mounting affects ventilation patterns inside, observe the following requirements: 1 When mounting plate metal, avoid blocking any ventilation holes. Use plate metal of the size indicated in the following drawing.
  • Page 23 Special installations (Wall hanging) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 24: Wall Embedding

    Special installations (Wall embedding) 3.4.3 Wall embedding This display is designed to accommodate embedding in a wall. Note that the allowable range of outside-air temperature depends on the installation conditions. Please observe the following requirements: 1 If the unit must be embedded in the wall, you must not block the side slots of the unit. Avoid blocking the ventilating holes in the rear as much as possible.
  • Page 25 Special installations (Wall embedding) (2) When there is open space behind the wall and the angle (shape) as shown in the figure can be maintained on the wall back: MAX 20 mm 30° 30° 30° Exhaust If the back of the wall is tilted at 30 °C or less, the X, Y space temperature may be set to a limit of 40 °C, regardless of wall thickness.
  • Page 26 Special installations (Wall embedding) (3) When the back of the wall is in a closed space: Exhaust fan (air flow rate: /min or more) 70 mm or less (on both left and right) MAX. 20 mm (on both left and right) Flow of air from the air conditioner Intake port...
  • Page 27 Special installations (Wall embedding) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 28: Ceiling Suspension (using Wires)

    Special installation (Ceiling suspension (using wires)) 3.4.4 Ceiling suspension (using wires) When suspending the display by wires, use a combination of two mounting rows, as shown in the diagram above (rows A - B or C - D, from rows A - D). This is done to safeguard against subjecting the display to twisting forces. Use a minimum of four mounting points.
  • Page 29 Special installation (Ceiling suspension (using wires)) Should the distance between the wall face and the unit be 300 mm or less, treat the clearance in the rear cover of the pop or that of the fixture nearer to the wall as the clearance A and apply the wall hanging conditions in 3.4.2. wall hanging.
  • Page 30: Installation With The Screen Downward

    Special installation (Installation with the screen downward) 3.4.5 Installation with the screen downward This display is designed to be installed with the screen downward, but certain uses can interfere with proper ventilation. Please observe the following conditions: 1 Use plate metal that keeps all single holes clear and has dimensions no larger than those given in the following table.
  • Page 31 Special installation (Installation with the screen downward) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 32: Ceiling Embedding

    Special installation (Ceiling embedding) 3.4.6 Ceiling embedding This display is designed to accommodate embedding in a ceiling. Note that the allowable range of outside-air temperature depends on the installation conditions. Please observe the following requirements: 1 If the unit must be embedded in the ceiling, you must not block the side slots of the unit. Avoid blocking the ventilating holes in the rear as much as possible.
  • Page 33 Special installation (Ceiling embedding) (2) When there is open space behind the wall and the angle (shape) as shown in the figure can be maintained on the wall back: 30° 30° 30° MAX 20 mm If the space above the ceiling is open at an angle of 30° or less, the X, Y space temperature can be set up to 35 °C, regardless of ceiling thickness.
  • Page 34 Special installation (Ceiling embedding) (3) When the back of the ceiling is in the closed space Exhaust Intake port Flow of air from the air conditioner Exhaust MAX. 20 mm 70 mm or less (air flow rate 2 m (on both left and right) (on both left and right) min or more) Operating this display in confined spaces is not recommended.
  • Page 35 Special installation (Ceiling embedding) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 36: Installation On The Floor

    Special installation (Installation on the floor) 3.4.7 Installation on the floor This display is designed to accommodate floor installation, but certain specific installations may interfere with adequate ventilation. Always observe the following conditions: 1 Use plate metal that keeps all single holes clear and has dimensions no larger than those given in the following table.
  • Page 37 Special installation (Installation on the floor) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 38: Installation Under The Floor

    Special installation (Installation under the floor) 3.4.8 Installation under the floor • If protective glass or similar material is used, the following installation conditions must be observed: Floor Protective glass surface Intake Exhaust Tempered glass, etc. (permeable) A + 50 mm A + 50 mm Exhaust fan or less...
  • Page 39 Special installation (Installation under the floor) Conditions for embedding under the floor | Looking in the direction of the arrow (see the previous page) C. L. 600 mm or more A + 50 mm or less 60 mm or less a = b The size of the intake port is the same as that of the exhaust port.
  • Page 40 Special installation (Installation under the floor) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 41 Special installation (Installation under the floor) <Reference> After installation, measure the temperatures in the area shown in the figure below to make sure that the values are within the specified range. Intake side Exhaust side Room temperature (temperature of the + 5 °C or less exhaust from FAN) Room temperate...
  • Page 42: Installation Under The Floor (using The Pdm-4001)

    Special installation (Installation under the floor (using the PDM-4001)) 3.4.9 Installation under the floor (using the PDM-4001) • If protective glass or similar material is used, the multi-installation fixture (PDM-4001) shown in the following figure is very useful. Floor Protective glass surface Intake Exhaust Tempered glass, etc.
  • Page 43 Special installation (Installation under the floor (using the PDM-4001)) Conditions for embedding under the floor: | Looking in the direction of the arrow (see the previous page) C. L. 600 mm or more A + 50 mm or less 60 mm or less a = b The size of the intake port is the same as that of the exhaust port.
  • Page 44: Wall Hanging (vertically Wall-hanging Equipment)

    Special installation (Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment)) 3.4.10 Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment) This display is designed to accommodate a range of wall installations. For this type of installation, carefully consider all installation specifics before beginning work, since these factors can significantly affect the temperature of the air surrounding the display.
  • Page 45 Special installation (Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment)) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 46: Wall Embedding (vertically Wall-embedding Equipment)

    Special installation (Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment)) 3.4.11 Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment) This display is designed to accommodate embedding in a wall. Since the allowable range of outside-air temperature depends on the installation conditions. Please observe the following conditions: 1 If the unit must be embedded in the wall, the side slots of the unit must not be blocked.
  • Page 47 Special installation (Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment)) (2) When there is open space behind the wall and the angle (shape) as shown in the figure can be maintained on the wall back: MAX. 20mm 30° 30° 30° Exhaust If the rear wall is tilted at 30° or less, the X, Y space temperature can be set up to 35 °C, regardless of the wall thickness.
  • Page 48 Special installation (Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment)) (3) If the space behind the wall is enclosed: Exhaust fan (air flow rate: /min or more) MAX. 20 mm (both left and light) Exhaust Operating this display in confined spaces is not recommended. •...
  • Page 49 Special installation (Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment)) Securing method: Basically, the unit is secured as indicated below. Keep open all areas other than the shaded parts. The fixing method marked cannot be used for the unit. When the unit is fixed on a structure, select a structure of the proper thickness and height. Care must also be taken regarding the number of fixing bolts to be used (see “3.4.1 Fixing on a structure”).
  • Page 50: Horizontal Connections

    Special installation (Horizontal connections) 3.4.12 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 three 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 51 Special installation (Horizontal connections) 2 Installation of more than four units (Horizontal connection) Forced air-cooling is needed. To use four units, place partitions (heat resistant) between adjoining units, as illustrated below. Then, forcedly ventilate from under the units with the fans. If ventilation from under the units is impossible, always check the temperature at the back of the units and forcedly ventilate in the direction of the flowing air with a fan.
  • Page 52 Special installation (Horizontal connections) 3 PDK-4005 wall-mounted Horizontal connections (maximum of four units) A-unit B-unit C-unit D-unit The following table provides recommended operating temperatures for side-by-side installations of the PDK-4005. Clearance W between the sets Ambient operating temperatures 400 mm ≤ W 0 to 35 °C 0 to 30 °C (Still) 20 ≤...
  • Page 53 Special installation (Horizontal connections) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 54: Vertical Connections

    Special installation (Vertical connections) 3.4.13 Vertical connections This machine is designed to be used vertical connection, but some operations under vertical connection may adversely affect ventilation in the machine. Therefore, observe the following conditions for safe operation: 1 Installation of up to three units (Vertical connection) The following table lists the operating temperature conditions.
  • Page 55 Special installation (Vertical connections) 2 Installation of more than four units (Vertical connections) This configuration is not recommended. If you do use this configuration, make sure you observe the following conditions. Ambient operating temperature Clearance A to the wall Use forced air-cooling until the intake and exhaust A ≥...
  • Page 56: Mounting Standard Metal Fixtures

    The PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E> is designed so that it can be installed in different ways, as we have taken the operating environment and installation structure in consideration. To take advantage of this flexibility in installation methods, you can select one of the following standard metal fixtures: ¶...
  • Page 57: Handling Standard Metal Fixtures

    This chapter describes how to install and handle metal fixtures specially designed for plasma displays sold by us, PIONEER. We sell this unit on the premise that it will be installed by specialist vendors with sufficient technical skill. The plasma display must be installed by a specialist in this work or by the dealer from which you made your purchase.
  • Page 58: Stand (an Accessory To Pdp-v401 )

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (Stand: an accessory to PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) 4.3 Stand (an accessory to PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) 4.3.1 Installing the stand Attach the stand to the display Insert the main body of the plasma using M8 commercial screws display into the stand.
  • Page 59: Outer-dimentions Diagram

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (Stand: an accessory to PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) 4.3.2 Outer-dimensions diagram (Unit: mm) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 60: Tilting Stand: Pdk-4001

    Package dimensions ..880 (W) × 420 (D) × 185 (H) mm Package weight ... 8.5 kg 7 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Stand weight: 5.5 kg Stand weight + display weight: 36.3 kg <37.1 kg> (when PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E> is installed) 20˚ Front | \ Rear...
  • Page 61: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4001) 4.4.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 7 Procedure for assembling the fixture 1. Insert the round joint into each end of the joint pipe. 2. Temporarily attach one joint pipe to the stand frame L or R using an M8 × 60 hexagon socket button head screw and washer.
  • Page 62 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4001) Precautions for assembly ¶ First read the instruction manual. Observe the following points when attaching the stand frame to the plasma display. 1.Use 45-mm bolts (shorter bolts). 2.Before securing the display with the bolts, verify that the positions of the display nuts match the bolt hole positions in the stand frame.
  • Page 63 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4001) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 64: One-sided, Ceiling-suspension Metal Fixture For The Plasma Display: Pdk-4002

    (When the plasma display is mounted horizontally) Weight ........ 12.6 kg (metal fixture alone) 43.4 kg <44.2 kg> (metal fixture with plasma display PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal, 45° to the left or right Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......
  • Page 65 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4002) 7 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) 4- φ 13.5 × 22 φ 240.5 φ 70 φ 60.5 Outline path of the plasma display when it is tilted 25° Angle of rotation: 45° to the left or right Outline path of the plasma display when it is tilted 25°...
  • Page 66: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4002) 4.5.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display (same procedure as for the PDK-4003) 1) Preparation Assembling the PDK-4002 fixture requires the following tools. Prepare them before starting work. (The PDK-4003 is assembled using the same tools.) •...
  • Page 67 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4002) Pattern paper Ceiling flange COMP Flat washer Hexagonal socket head [WC100FZK] bolt (to eliminate backlash) (M6 × 10) Spring washer [WS100FZK] [SME60H100FZK] Hexagonal socket head bolt (M10 × 85) [SME100H850FZK] Flat washer [WC80FZK] Hexagonal socket head bolt (M8 ×...
  • Page 68 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4002) 3) Mounting the plasma display (For the PDK-4003, the same procedure is used to mount two displays.) 1. Remove the 6 hole rivets (arranged lengthwise) from the back of the plasma display with a coin or the like. 2.
  • Page 69 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4002) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 70: Double-sided, Ceiling-suspension Metal Fixture For The Plasma Display: Pdk-4003

    (When the plasma display is mounted horizontally) Weight ........ 16.5 kg (metal fixture alone) 78.1 kg <79.7 kg> (metal fixture with two plasma displays PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal, 45° to the left or right Material ......
  • Page 71: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4003) 7 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) 4- φ 13.5 × 22 φ 240.5 φ 70 φ 60.5 (466) Outline path of the plasma display when it is tilted 25° Angle of rotation: 45° to the left or right Outline path of the plasma display when it is tilted 25°...
  • Page 72: Ceiling-suspension Metal Fixture For The Plasma Display (head Screw Type): Pdk-4004

    (When the plasma display is mounted horizontally) Weight ........ 5.5 kg (metal fixture alone) 36.3 kg <37.1 kg> (metal fixture with plasma displays PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......
  • Page 73: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4004) 4.7.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Preparation Assembling the metal fixture requires the following tools. Prepare all tools before starting work. • Wrench or spanner (side size: 12 mm) •...
  • Page 74 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4004) 3) Mounting the plasma display 1. Remove the 6 hole rivets (arranged lengthwise) from the back of the plasma display. 2. Install the monitor mounting bolt assemblies (three each on the left and right) provided with the display in the mounting holes on the back of the plasma display.
  • Page 75 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4004) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 76: Pdp Bracket: Pdk-4005

    Outer dimensions ....916 (W) × 138 (D) × 714 (H) mm Weight ........ 3.3 kg (metal fixture alone) 34.1 kg <34.9 kg> (metal fixture with two plasma displays PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......Semi-matt black paint Package dimensions ..
  • Page 77: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    4.8.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) • PDP bracket weight: 3.3 kg • PDP bracket weight + display weight: 34.1 kg <34.9 kg> (when PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E> is installed) 4- 9 137.8...
  • Page 78 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4005) 2) Assembly procedure 1. Temporarily tighten the vertical frame (1) and the horizontal frame (2) by using the M5 plus/minus screw (5) and the M5 wave washer (4). When assembling the PDP bracket, install an M8 nut, as shown, to keep the Special eye bolt from loosening. (This step is not described in the instruction manual.) Four M8 nuts * Secure the nut as close to the...
  • Page 79 (7). 3) Application example With the PDP bracket mounted, you can install the plasma display (except the PDK -4003, PDK -4006) to a PIONEER standard metal fixture. As indicated in the figure, you can use the fixture as a handle during transport or installation.
  • Page 80 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4005) 4) Installation example During installation, strictly observe the related operating conditions in “3.4 Special installation”. 7 Wire hanging Attach wires to the bolts, as indicated in the figure. To attach the wires to the ceiling, secure two wires at two independent points for safety.
  • Page 81 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4005) 7 Suspending connected plasma displays using wires More than one display can be connected, as shown in the figure. (Maximum: 3 displays) When wires are fixed to the ceiling, use two wires fixed at two independent points. Hole (9-mm dia.) Hole (9-mm dia.) Hole (9-mm dia.)
  • Page 82: Wall Hanging Metal Fixture For The Plasma Display: Pdk-4006

    Outer dimensions ....912 (W) × 42 (D) × 589 (H) mm Weight ........ 6.7 kg (metal fixture alone) 37.5 kg <38.3 kg> (metal fixture with two plasma displays PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......Semi-matt black paint Package dimensions ..
  • Page 83: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    4.9.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Weight ......... 6.7 kg (metal fixture alone) Weight ......... 37.5 kg <38.3 kg> (metal fixture with plasma display PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E>) (268.5) 860±1.0 (124.8) 25°...
  • Page 84 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) 2) Precautions before assembly • The vertical frame is for the left side and the right side. Mount the frame so that the hexagonal socket faces outward for both the left and right sides. • Set a lateral frame with the shorter socket diameter closer to the wall side. A total of 14 holes are involved in mounting the frame to the wall.
  • Page 85 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) 4) Mounting the monitor fixing bolt to the plasma display 1. Mount the monitor fixing bolt at four points on the rear of the plasma display. 48.8 101.5 14-M8 (with φ 16 hole rivet) Make the end of the nut 4 flush with the screw.
  • Page 86 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) 3. After securing the fixture with screws, open it as shown in the figure and tighten the screws c on the left and right sides of the vertical frame. Wall side 5) Mounting the plasma display 1.
  • Page 87 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) 6) Setting the optimal angle This metal fixture is infinitely variable in a 25° range. This work requires two workers. 1. Loosen the left and right screws c of the vertical frame. 2. Lowering the arm, press against the display to get the best angle.
  • Page 88 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) 7) Recommended ambient operating temperature (in the open state) 5° or more Wall Wall Angle: less than 5° Angle: 5° or more Operate at 0 to 35 °C. May be used between 0 to 40 °C. (Do not cover the metal fixture or the sides of (Do not cover the metal fixture or the sides of the display main body.)
  • Page 89 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDK-4006) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 90: Infrared Reduction Filter: Pda-4001 Protective Filter: Pda-4002

    In addition, its effect is verified using the equipment described below. 7 Pioneer's audio and visual equipment ¶ If the filter is not mounted: Use of Pioneer AV equipment near the display when the filter is mounted may interfere with remote control operation function. ¶ If the filter is mounted:...
  • Page 91: Specifications And Features (protective Filter: Pda-4002)

    Outer dimensions ....908 (W) × 73.3 (D) × 908 (H) mm Weight ........ 3.6 kg (Filter only) 34.4 kg <35.2 kg> (metal fixture with plasma display PDP-V401 < PDP-V401E>) Material ......Acrylic Packing dimensions ..1115 (W) × 815 (D) × 76 (H) mm Packing weight ....
  • Page 92: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    4.10.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Filter weight ...............3.6 kg Filter weight + display weight ........34.4 kg <35.2 kg> (when PDP-V401 <PDP-V401E> is mounted) 3 (filter thickness) 916 (display's outer dimensions) 73.3...
  • Page 93 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDA-4001 • PDA-4002) 2) Mounting procedure 1. Remove the hole rivets (eight points) indicated by the 3. The metal fixture installed (seen from the back of arrows using a coin or the like. plasma display) 2, 3 2, 3 2.
  • Page 94 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDA-4001 • PDA-4002) 5. Assembling the filter 7. With the filter installed (front) Install the filter assembled in Step 4, hanging it on the When all assembly work is complete, peel off the metal fixture from the top of the plasma display. protective film on the front of the filter.
  • Page 95: White Balance

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDA-4001 • PDA-4002) 4.10.4 White balance When the infrared reduction filter (PDA-4001) is mounted on the display, the tone may change. In this case, we recommend that you adjust the white balance. 4.10.5 Mounting the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with PDA-4001 and PDA-4002 mounted To attach the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with the PDA-4001 and PDA-4002 mounted, tighten along with the filter-supporting metal fixture, as shown below.
  • Page 96: Speaker System: Pdp-s01-lr

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDP-S01-LR) 4.11 Speaker system: PDP-S01-LR 4.11.1 Before operation • To get the best performance from this speaker system, first read the instruction manual. Keep the manual handy for easy future reference. • The speaker's nominal impedance is 8 Ω. Connect to a stereo amplifier capable of driving loads ranging from 4 to 16 Ω.
  • Page 97: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    4.11.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Outer dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Speaker weight ................2.9 × 2 = 5.8 kg Plasma display (PDP-V401 <PDP-401E>) + speaker weight ... 36.6 kg <37.4kg> 103.2 1070...
  • Page 98 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDP-S01-LR) 2) Mounting the metal fixture The metal fixture is installed by one of two methods, which are outlined below: (1) When mounting the metal fixture to the side of Plasma display “PDP-S01” the display: • The figure illustrates mounting the speaker to the right side of the display.
  • Page 99 Mounting standard metal fixtures (PDP-S01-LR) (3) Connecting to the stereo amplifier 1. Turn off power to the stereo amplifier. 2. Use the supplied speaker cables to connect the input terminal of the speaker system to the speaker output terminal of the stereo amplifier. The polarity of the input terminal is plus (+) for red (terminal to the right of the following figure) and negative (–) for black (terminal to the left of the following figure).
  • Page 100: Precautions For Mounting Different Metal Fixtures After The Optional Speakers Are Attached To The Plasma Display Main Body

    Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 4.11.4 Precautions for mounting different metal fixtures after the optional speakers are attached to the plasma display main body When different metal fixtures are mounted after the optional speakers are mounted to the plasma display, the following steps and precautions must be observed, depending on the specific type.
  • Page 101 Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) <Ver. 2.1>...
  • Page 102 Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 2) Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for plasma display (PDK-4002 / PDK-4003 / PDK-4004) Monitor-mounting bolt (supplied with the ceiling suspension metal fixture for plasma display) Monitor-mounting bolt (supplied with the ceiling suspension metal fixture for plasma display) Hole rivet...
  • Page 103 Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) Monitor mounting bolt (supplied with the ceiling suspension metal fixture for the plasma display) Washer of φ 25-mm outer diameter (supplied with optional speaker) Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for plasma display Fig.
  • Page 104 Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 3) Wall-hanging metal fixture (PDK-4006) Washer of φ 15-mm outer diameter (supplied with the optional speaker) Hexagonal socket head button bolt (supplied with the optional speaker) Monitor mounting bolt (supplied with the PDK-4006) Hole rivet Fig.
  • Page 105 Mounting standard metal fixtures (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) Washer of φ 25-mm outer diameter (supplied with the optional speaker) Monitor fixing bolt (supplied with the PDK-4006) Wall hanging metal fixture Monitor fixing bolt (supplied with the PDK-4006) Fig. 5 <Ver.
  • Page 106: Adjustment

    Before making adjustments 5.1 Before making adjustments This machine can be adjusted by three methods: • Operation panel of the plasma display main body • Remote control • PC (RS232C control) Before starting adjustments, make sure you have thoroughly read and understood this section. 5.1.1 Operation mode This machine may be used in four operational modes.
  • Page 107 Before making adjustments 3) Integrator mode This mode offers an adjustment function for the integrator. This mode consists of various menu mode items and additional settings for white-balance adjustment and various modes. This mode may be entered only when powering on, within 3 seconds after the menu button is pressed. When you enter Integrator mode, all data adjusted in Menu mode automatically returns to reset values (center values), except for CLK.
  • Page 108 Before making adjustments STANDBY state STANDBY/ON <PON> <POF> <AJY> MENU Normal Operations mode <AJN> MENU STANDBY/ON MENU Integrator mode Menu mode RS232C Adjustment mode PICTURE PARAMETER PICTURE PARAMETER See the description provided in CONTRAST CONTRAST “5.3 Outer control by RS232C”. BRIGHT.
  • Page 109 Before making adjustments List of user-mode adjustable items/variable range/variable amount for each input 1 STEP INPUT 1 INPUT 2 INPUT 3 INPUT 4 Variable range Variable amount VIDEO RGB 1 RGB 2 ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ × 3 CONTRAST –96 to +96 ‡...
  • Page 110: Picture Quality And White-balance Adjustment Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.2 Picture quality and white-balance adjustment memory This machine contains the following 28 memory areas. Note that there are only 20 adjustable areas, since the FACTORY area is read-only. NTSC Color mode 1 VIDEO input FACTORY (For NTSC) FACTORY (For PAL) NTSC Y/C input...
  • Page 111: Phase-adjustment Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.3 Phase-adjustment memory This machine contains the following 10 memory areas. Of these, note that only 8 are adjustable, since the FACTORY area is read-only. RGB1(BNC terminal input) NTSC VGA mode PC9800 ® normal mode Macintosh ® 13-inch mode FACTORY RGB2(Mini D-SUB terminal input) NTSC...
  • Page 112: Last Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.5 Last memory On this machine, the items below are saved as the latest data in the memory, except when the following is performed without satisfying memory timing requirements: • Turning off main power • Removing the power cord from the plug socket •...
  • Page 113: Aging

    Before making adjustments ITEM MEMORY TIMING HOUR METER counting No. At any time, and when STANDBY status is activated KEY LOCK/UNLOCK Approx. 4 seconds after operation ® Mask color when PC-9800 is used Approx. 4 seconds after operation Setting of mask when NTSC is used Approx.
  • Page 114: Performing Adjustments On The Plasma Display Operation Panel And Remote Control

    Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 5.2 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 5.2.1 Menu mode When input is RGB1 (BNC) or RGB2 (Mini D-SUB) STANDBY For RGB1 (BNC), RGB2 (Mini D-SUB), Video, or Y/C inputs, make the proper adjustments for each input.
  • Page 115 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control Adjust each item in the following way: Note: CONTRAST ..Adjust CONTRAST to improve visibility for ambient brightness. If an interlaced signal, such as BRIGHT ..... Adjust BRIGHT to vary screen brightness. an NTSC signal, via RGB input, CLK.FQR.
  • Page 116 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control For VIDEO and Y/C input STANDBY INPUT MENU ADJUST Move to the Menu screen using the MENU button. Remote Plasma display P I CTURE PARAMETER control main body CONTRAST BR I GHT.
  • Page 117 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control Adjust each item in the following way: CONTRAST ..Adjust CONTRAST to improve visibility for ambient brightness. BRIGHT ..... Adjust BRIGHT to improve display of dark images (such as a night scene or dark hair.
  • Page 118: Integrator Mode

    Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 5.2.2 Integrator mode 1) Integrator mode main menu (for VIDEO and Y/C input) P I C T U R E P A R A M E T E R C O N T R A S T 1 2 8...
  • Page 119 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 3) Quality and phase adjustment mode P A R A M E T E R P I C T U R E C O N T R A S T 1 2 8 Using the remote control, make adjustments with the 2 and 3 buttons.
  • Page 120 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 5) White-balance adjustment menu selection mode P I C T U R E P A R A M E T E R W H I N C E H I G H 1 2 8 1 2 8 H I G H...
  • Page 121 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 7) Integrator white-balance adjustment mode (adjustment reset) P I C T U R E P A R A M E T E R W H I T E N C E I N I T I A L I Z E ? Y E S This function returns adjusted values, and are set in adjustment mode to the factory-preset values, which are within the...
  • Page 122 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 9) Mode setting menu mode (PC98, VGA, or MAC is input) P I C T U R E P A R A M E T E R W H I T E N C E 4 8 0 0 B P S 1 2 3 4 5...
  • Page 123 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 11) Baud-rate setting mode 1 2 0 0 B P S 2 4 0 0 B P S 4 8 0 0 B P S 9 6 0 0 B P S 2 0 0 B P S...
  • Page 124 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 13) MP (Motion Picture) mode-setting mode O F F This function is valid only for PC98, VGA, and MAC input signals (and for NTSC inputs double-rate-converted from RGB- 1 and RGB-2 terminals). With the remote control, use the 5 and ∞ buttons to select the item to be set, and confirm your selection with the SET button.
  • Page 125: Precautions

    Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control 14) Initial reset setting mode (total adjustment) P A R A M E T E R P I C T U R E W H I T E N C E I N I T I A L I Z E ? Y E S This function restores adjusted values for PICTURE PARAMETER and WHITE BALANCE to factory-preset values,...
  • Page 126: Outer Control By Rs232c

    Outer control by RS232C 5.3 Outer control by RS232C The main body is equipped with an RS232C port to allow different operations using an external PC, including adjustment of picture quality, white-balance, and phase. 5.3.1 Precautions • The contents of adjustment are placed in last-memory with the <AJN> command. Once adjustments are complete, perform <AJN>.
  • Page 127: Interface

    Outer control by RS232C 5.3.2 Interface 1) Connector D-sub 9 pin 2) Pin assignment PIN NO. Symbol Signal NAME Transmitted Data Recieved Data Clear To Send Signal Ground 3) Baud rate 4800 bps (possible settings include 1200, 2400, 9600, and 19200 bps) Notes: Set this value so that the machine's baud rate equals the PC baud rate.
  • Page 128: Rs232c Commands Table

    Outer control by RS232C 5.3.3 RS232C commands table Explanation of the tables • Normal validity Commands that may be used even when not in RS232C adjustment mode (after sending <AJY> commands) • Number direct Commands sent directly followed by numbers 000-255, which immediately become the new adjusted values. •...
  • Page 129 Outer control by RS232C Validity of Validity of Validity in number- Command Name Function normal direct DOWN name mode command command × ‡ ‡ H POSITION Adjusts horizontal phase. × × × HOUR METER DISP. Displays hour meter. × × ‡...
  • Page 130: List Of Get Commands

    Outer control by RS232C 5.3.4 List of GET commands What are GET commands? • Commands to output adjustment data from the PC connected to the plasma display to another personal computer • Adjustment data is output for each input function, each input mode, and each mode. •...
  • Page 131 Outer control by RS232C 4) GS2 (GET STATUS 2) - The status of each setting is output in the following format: (1) STX (02H) (2) MP mode setting status (3 BYTE): Output by command name. Example: MPY: Indicates MP mode ON. (3) NTSC Top/Bottom mask-mode setting status (3 BYTE): Output by command name.
  • Page 132: Precautions For Functions And Operation

    KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 6.1 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 6.1.1 Functions To prevent tampering following installation, invoke “KEY LOCK” status to prevent use of “the main-body operation panel” or “the remote control”. (RS232C commands are valid.) If an attempt is made to use “the operation panel” or “the remote control”, the screen displays “KEY LOCK” at the top right.
  • Page 133: Mask Color Select/off When Ntsc Is Input

    Mask color select/off when NTSC is input 6.2 Mask color select/off when NTSC is input 6.2.1 Functions This function selects black or gray mask (MASK GRAY/BLACK) processing for approximately 10 lines at the top or bottom of the screen, or reproduction of images (MASK OFF) for the whole screen (480 lines). This function is factory-set to MASK ON (black) state.
  • Page 134: Mask Color Select When Pc-9800 Is Input

    This phenomenon does not appear in stills picture images. The problem of this noise (pseudo contour) has been solved by using PIONEER’s unique driving system, and achieved high picture quality (particularly, for animation).Note that this technology is effective, only when operation is for NTSC (interlace signal) and computer images (no-interlace signal), with MP mode ON.
  • Page 135: Precautions

    Precautions 6.5 Precautions • When the power to the display repeats turning off, some circuits mey be faulty (because of defective parts, etc.). Turn off the power to the plasma display and turn on the switch again after several seconds. When the power is turned off again, the system may be faulty.
  • Page 136: Maintenance

    Maintenance • Remove the plug from the plug socket before maintenance. • Maintenance of the cabinet/remote controller Do not use solvent such as benzene and thinner. The cabinet and remote controller may deteriorate in quality or the paint may peel off. Use a soft cloth to wipe off dust lightly.

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