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Hitachi HIT-FHD6514 Touch User Manual

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65'' INTERACTIVE MONITOR
HIT-FHD6514 Touch
HIT-FHD6516 Touch
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  Summary of Contents for Hitachi HIT-FHD6514 Touch

  • Page 1 65’’ INTERACTIVE MONITOR HIT-FHD6514 Touch HIT-FHD6516 Touch...
  • Page 2 Packing List 1x65” Interactive Monitor 1x65” Interactive Monitor Wall Mount Accessories Box User Manual 1xStylus 1x1500mm HDMI Cable 1xRemote Control 1xDriver DVD 1xBattery for Remote Control...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents CAUTION ............................3 System Features ..........................4 INTRODUCTION ..........................5 CHAPTER 1 ............................8 CHAPTER 2 ............................9 USING THE AND ITS FUNCTIONS ....................9 …………..………………………………………………………………………10 RS232 Command Table Source Switching Description ………....................12 Source Switching with Keypad Description ..................12 ……………………………………………………..13 Source Switching with remote control Description 4.1.1.
  • Page 4: Caution

    NOTE Depending on the ’s model you have bought, the appearance of your Interactive Monitor may not be the same as the one displayed in this manual. Warning This is a class A . In a domestic environment this may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
  • Page 5: System Features

    System Features Panel and Resolution 65” LED panel •1920x1080 resolution Touch Screen 65” touch screen with 4 points HIT-FHD6514 Touch and 6 points, HIT-FHD6516 multi-touch feature IR Technology Audio High Definition Audio Built-in speakers (4 x 5W) External headphones output and external microphone input Input / Output Ports 1 x B-Type USB 2.0 port (For using the touchscreen with external PC) (max.
  • Page 6: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION This instruction manual is intended to help you to get the best out of " Interactive Monitor " Chapter 1 Introduction to your Interactive Monitor Chapter 2 Using your Interactive Monitor Instructions for using the and its functions. Chapter 3 Power management.Information about power management. Chapter 4 Addition of other devices to your Interactive Monitor.
  • Page 7 Signs used in this manual Some words and phrases are written in a different format to get your attention. Note: It is being used to put emphasis on useful information and critical points regarding the . Important! Important instructions are to be read carefully in order to prevent any damage to yourself, stored data and computer parts SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Please read the following recommended safety precautions carefully for your safety.
  • Page 8 Cleaning Important! Disconnect your from the power supply before cleaning it. Do not clean your Interactive Monitor while it is switched on. Use a soft and damp cloth to clean the surface of . Do not use chemical cleaners to clean the screen. Do not apply cleanser directly on your computer.
  • Page 9: Chapter 1

    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO INTERACTİVE MONİTOR Congratulations for buying our Interactive Monitor 65”. We believe that you will be extremely satisfied with this product and hope that you will have pleasant and productive times with your Interactive Monitor . Your Interactive Monitor provides a modern design that is compatible with most working conditions by combining a 65”...
  • Page 10: Chapter 2

    CHAPTER 2: USING AND ITS FUNCTIONS. Panel Panel type TFT LCD Active area 1428.48 (H) x 803.52 (V) 178° Visual Horizontal angle 178° Vertical Max. brightness 360 cd/m2 Max. contrast 4000:1 Response time 5 ms G2G Max. resolution 1920 * 1080 H - frequency 60 KHz ~ 73 KHz V - frequency...
  • Page 11: Rs232 Command Table

    RS232 Command Table...
  • Page 12 Important! Install the sound drivers included in your system before using the sound function of your “ ” In case of any sound distortions during recording, please decrease INTERACTİVE MONİTOR microphone volume. The methods of playing and recording sound depend on the operating system in use. Please refer to the instructions in your operating system’s support points for these methods.
  • Page 13: Source Switching Description

    Source Switching Description Source Switching with Keypad Description Press source “ ” key to access TV menu with keypad. A menu as shown below is displayed. We can select the desired mode by moving up or down with the brightness or volume keys on keypad. Wait for 5 seconds for switching automatically.
  • Page 14: Source Switching With Remote Control Description

    Source Switching with remote control Description You can access TV menu with the source key on the remote. You can switch to the selected source directly by pressing “OK” on the highlighted mode or wait for 5 seconds for switching automatically A warning message as shown below is displayed when no signal is available on the selected source.
  • Page 15 Note: Any issues which are caused by customer mis-adjustment of any software including the operating system are not covered by the warranty.
  • Page 16: 4.1.1. Installation Instructions

    4.1.1. Installation instructions The Interactive monitor is supplied with DVD which contains drivers and the Touch Service calibration application. Please load the contents of the DVD on your external PC to install the drivers and Touch Service. Follow the DVD,s instructions displayed on the screen. 4.1.2.
  • Page 17: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    CALIBRATING THE TOUCH SCREEN Function Description 1) The coordinates of the touch panel and display screen should be accurately matched by calibration. 2) When will calibration be needed? a) The first time you have installed touch panel bundled software. b) Inconsistency occurred between the mouse and your finger action. c) After changing the touch panel or monitor.
  • Page 18: Using External Sources With Interactive Monitor

    3) Having touched the four calibration points, a dialogue box will pop up. Click "Yes" to save the calibration data and "No" not to. If you don’t click yes or no within 10s, you will automatically exit the calibration process without saving the data. INTERACTİVE MONİTOR Using External Sources with ...
  • Page 19: Power Specifications

    POWER SPECIFICATIONS Mode Power Indicator Power Consumption Max. 220w Stand by / Suspansion <3W Blinking <3W CHAPTER 3: USING YOUR INTERACTİVE MONİTOR MORE EFFECTIVELY Interactive Monitor Paying attention to the following points with respect to your will provide a stable performance and also prolong its life. Following titles are covered under this section: Ensuring security of your Interactive Monitor Daily care of your...
  • Page 20: Chapter 4

    CHAPTER 4: TROUBLESHOOTING Some troubleshooting issues are mentioned in this chapter under the following titles: Points to be checked first Frequently asked questions Restarting your system Points to be checked first When a problem occurs, it is very important to diagnose this problem correctly. Try to find out what it is.
  • Page 21: Chapter 5

    CHAPTER 5: ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTION FOR INTERACTIVE MONITOR WALL MOUNT...
  • Page 23 Manufacturer: Hitachi Europe Ltd., Whitebrook Park, Lower Cookham Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 8YA U.K. www.hitachidigitalmedia.com...

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