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TECHNICAL MANUAL
Plasma Display:
Down converter:
Tilted cradle:
Metal fixture for ceiling-hanging type plasma display: PDK-4002
PDP bracket:
Metal fixture for wall-hanging type plasma display:
Mobile cart:
Multiple mounting fixture for plasma display:
Protective filter:
Speaker system:
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.
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.2.0)
PDP-V402/V402E
PDA-4003
PDK-4001
PDK-4003
PDK-4004
PDK-4005
PDK-4006
PDK-5008
PDM-4001
PDA-4002
PDP-S03-LR

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  • Page 1 TECHNICAL MANUAL (ver.2.0) Plasma Display: PDP-V402/V402E Down converter: PDA-4003 Tilted cradle: PDK-4001 Metal fixture for ceiling-hanging type plasma display: PDK-4002 PDK-4003 PDK-4004 PDP bracket: PDK-4005 Metal fixture for wall-hanging type plasma display: PDK-4006 Mobile cart: PDK-5008 Multiple mounting fixture for plasma display:...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    4.2 Handling standard metal fixtures ........................ 64 4.2.1 Precautions on handling metal fixtures ....................64 4.2.2 Precautions for vendors performing the installation ................64 4.3 Stand (an accessory to PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) ..................65 4.3.1 Installing the stand ..........................65 4.3.2 Outer-dimensions diagram (Unit: mm) ....................66 4.4 Down converter PDA-4003 ........................
  • Page 3 Contents 4.8.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ........95 4.9 PDP bracket: PDK-4005 ..........................98 4.9.1 Specifications ............................98 4.9.2 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display ........99 4.10 Wall hanging metal fixture for the plasma display : PDK-4006 ............... 104 4.10.1 Specifications ...........................
  • Page 4: Features

    ¶ Best display for industrial and public purposes Our plasma display (PDP-V402/V402E) 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...
  • Page 6: Specifications

    Storage stack limit ......maximum of 10 terminal. However, increasing the Accessory number of connected units may increase Power cord (PDP-V402 only) ........1 the noise.) Remote control ............1 Applicable sources Remote control case ............ 1 1 Video system: NTSC <PAL/NTSC Dual>...
  • Page 7: Outline Drawing

    Material : Front - Plastic, Back - plate Treatment : Front - Leather satin gray paint, Back - Semi-matte black paint (Coating colors should be according to Pioneer's original color specification) Packing specifications - See “3.3.2 Unpacking” • < > shows the PDP-V402E.
  • Page 8: Part Names

    Part names 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 REMOTE...
  • Page 9: Various Pin Arrangements

    Part names 2.4 Various pin arrangements RS-232C terminal (D-sub 9-pin connec- RGB-2 input terminal (mini D-sub 15-pin connector: female) tor: male) Pin arrangement Pin arrangement Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal NC (not connected) TxD (Transmit Data) RxD (Receive Data) NC (not connected) NC (not connected) NC (not connected)
  • Page 10: Remote Control

    Remote control 2.5 Remote control Power button Y/C button STANDBY/ON 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 11: Remote Control Case

    Remote control 2.6 Remote control case Remove the peel-off paper from the double-sided tape on the back of the remote control case, and attach it on the back of this display or on the installation metal fixture to use as a remote control storage case. Remote Example of attaching a remote control case...
  • Page 12: 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 13 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.) Operating environment humidity range ....
  • Page 14: 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. 539 mm (Size of air inlet hole) 463 mm (Size of air inlet hole) 377 mm (Size of air inlet hole) 49 mm (Size of air inlet hole)
  • Page 15: 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 16 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 17: 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 18: Installation Procedure

    3.3.2 Unpacking 1) Packing specifications: 1130 (W) × 295 (H) × 852 (D) 39.5 kg <40.4 kg> < > shows the PDP-V402E. Name PDP-V402 Only Upper Pad A Upper Pad B Upper pad C Upper Pad...
  • Page 19: Installation Procedure

    Installation procedure 2) Procedure for unpacking 1 Remove the PP band. 2 Slowly lift and remove the upper carton. 3 Remove the catalogue bag (9) (instruction manuals), stand (19), and the plastic bag for (26) (accessories) on top of the upper pad. Caution: If the upper pad (4) is removed before removing these items, the items may fall and damage the product.
  • Page 20: 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 21 Installation procedure...
  • Page 22 Installation conditions Outline of conditions for installing PDP-V402 system For installation space (distances from surrounding structures and so forth), make sure to carefully read this section. PC-9800 PC-9800 56.4Hz Room 70.1Hz Machintosh Installation conditions Page VIDEO Remarks 72.8Hz 66.7Hz temperatures...
  • Page 23 Installation conditions PC-9800 PC-9800 56.4Hz Room 70.1Hz Machintosh Installation conditions Page VIDEO Remarks 72.8Hz 66.7Hz temperatures 75Hz 60Hz Wall embedding (less than 60 mm) Vertical installation with rear open Without fan and partition 40ºC air *2 Wall embedding (less than 150 mm) 35ºC Vertical installation with rear open Without fan and partition...
  • Page 24: 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 25: Special Installations

    Special installations (Fixing on a structure) Example 1: Example 2: When normally installed Beams Example 1, 2 Beams PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VIDEO Machintosh(66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~40°C 0~40°C 0~40°C * The same conditions apply to the working temperature requirements for a speaker system (PDP-S03-LR). *When mounting the down converter (PDA-4003), the same working temperature conditions apply.
  • Page 26: 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 27 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 28 Special installation (Wall hanging) 50mm 10mm Basically, it is not recommended to operate this display in any confined space. In the event that you are going to use this display in a closed space, make sure to observe the following requirements in accordance with the above drawing. B ≥...
  • Page 29 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 30: 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 Use a metal mounting fixture that does not block the side slits or the back ventilation holes, and attach at a minimum of four points.
  • Page 31 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 32 Special installations (Wall embedding) 50mm or more Punching net 100mm or more 100mm or more 100mm or more 50mm 10mm Aperture effi- ciency 50% or more 100mm or more Working temperature requirements PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VIDEO Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~40°C 0~40°C...
  • Page 33 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 34: When The Display Is Put In A Box

    Special installation (Putting in a box) Rear side mesh 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: A ≥...
  • Page 35 Special installation (Putting in a box) Rear side mesh Outside air temperature mea- 10mm Mesh Mesh suring point Intake side Exhaust side 10mm Rear view (the following area should be made of mesh) Mesh with aperture effi- ciency of 50% or more Area 900 cm or more A ≥...
  • Page 36 Special installation (Putting in a box) Mesh (side) 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: A ≥...
  • Page 37 Special installation (Putting in a box) Mesh (side) Mesh Intake side Exhaust side Outside air temperature Mesh measuring point 10mm Minimum area 500 cm or more Mesh with aperture ef- ficiency of 50% or more A ≥ 50 B ≥ 50 C ≥...
  • Page 38: Wall Hanging (vertically Wall-hanging Equipment)

    Special installation (Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment)) 3.4.5 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 39 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 40 Special installation (Wall hanging (vertically wall-hanging equipment)) 50mm Basically, it is not recommended to operate this display in any confined space. In the event that you are going to use this display in a closed space, make sure to observe the following requirements in accordance with the above drawing.
  • Page 41 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 42: Wall Embedding (vertically Wall-embedding Equipment)

    Special installation (Wall embedding (vertically wall-embedding equipment)) 3.4.6 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 Use a metal mounting fixture that does not block the side slits or the back ventilation holes, and attach at a minimum of four points.
  • Page 43 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 44 Special installations (Wall hanging (Vertically installing this display by embedding in the wall) (2) When there is a closed space behind the wall. Punching net Punching Aperture ratio 50% or more Punching net Punching net B ≥ 100 C ≥ 100 Basically, it is not recommended to operate this display in a confined space.
  • 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: Ceiling Suspension (using Wires)

    Special installation (Ceiling suspension (using wires)) Mount the display with the fans on the upper side. 3.4.7 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).
  • Page 47 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 48: Installation With The Screen Downward

    Special installation (Installation with the screen downward) 3.4.8 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 49 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 50: Ceiling Embedding

    Special installation (Ceiling embedding) 3.4.9 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 Use a mounting fixture with a shape that does not block ventilation holes on the back or disturb ventilation in any way, and secure the display at four or more points.
  • Page 51 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 52: Installation On The Floor

    Special installation (Installation on the floor) 3.4.10 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 53 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 54: Installation Under The Floor

    Special installation (Installation under the floor) 3.4.11 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 50mm...
  • Page 55 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 56 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 57 Special installation (Installation under the floor)
  • Page 58: Installation Under The Floor (using The Pdm-4001)

    Special installation (Installation under the floor (using the PDM-4001)) 3.4.12 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 59 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 60: Horizontal Connections

    Special installation (Horizontal connections) 3.4.13 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 The following table lists the operating temperature conditions. Use the units under conditions that keep the outside atmosphere in this range.
  • Page 61: Vertical Connections

    Special installation (Vertical connections) 3.4.14 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 62: Before Making Adjustments

    Note 4: Only when NTSC signal, no signal, or no applicable signal is input (VGA, Macintosh, PC-9800 inputs). Cannot adjust when PAL signals are input <PAL signals can be input only for PDP-V402E>. Note 5: Only when signals other than the NTSC signal are input. Note 6: PDP-V402 only...
  • Page 63: Functions And Features Of Standard Metal Fixtures

    The PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E> 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 64 Functions and features of standard optional items ¶ Speaker system: PDP-S03-LR The sound system employs a vertical twin-system, composed of a 2.5-cm dome corn-type tweeter at the center and newly-developed elliptical drivers 4.5 cm in width, arranged vertically. The resulting configuration system produces rich, stable sound fields.
  • Page 65: 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 66: Stand (an Accessory To Pdp-v402 )

    How to mount standard optional items (Stand: an accessory to PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) 4.3 Stand (an accessory to PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) 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 67: Outer-dimensions Diagram (unit: Mm)

    How to mount standard optional items (Stand: an accessory to PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) 4.3.2 Outer-dimensions diagram (Unit: mm)
  • Page 68: Down Converter Pda-4003

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) 4.4 Down converter PDA-4003 4.4.1 Specifications Input/output terminals Accessories Input ............D-sub 15pin Remote control ............1 Output ............D-sub15pin Screw rivets ..........8 (spare 4) Remote control satellite input (Sold separately) Rubber cushion ............4 ..............
  • Page 69: Outline Drawing (unit: Mm)

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) Note 1) In case the signals for the full lines which are more than 845 lines are input, ''OUT OF RANGE'' will be indicated. Note 2) Though it is not shown in the above table, in case the signals for the full lines which are equal to or less than 845 lines are input, the images will be shown, but there are some possibilities that the following problems might happen: 1 The out-of-roundness may not be correct (Example: PC-9800/640 X 400 @ 56.4Hz)
  • Page 70: The Outline From Setting Up To Adjusting Of Down Converter

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) 4.4.3 The outline from setting up to adjusting of down converter The following explains the outline from setting up to adjusting of down converter, when using PDP-V402, PDP-V402E plasma display manufactured by our company.
  • Page 71 How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) See Step 6 and 7 of ''Operations'' in Page 79. Execute [AUTO SETUP] of the down Note) If you execute [AUTO SETUP] many times, there is chance that converter. the adjusted value may change every time (Basically, it is [CLK.PHS.] value only).
  • Page 72: Before Using The Down Converter

    - Screw rivet x 4 pieces (This is necessary only when the down converter is mounted on the plasma display) - Rubber cushion X 4 pieces (This is needed when it is mounted on the plasma display (other than PDP-V402, PDP-V402E).)
  • Page 73: Mounting On The Plasma Display

    • When using a ceiling-hanging type plasma display This device can be used by mounting it on the rear of the metal fixture (double-sided type) (PDK-4003), plasma display (PDP-V402). (But, this cannot be mounted which is our standard fixture, it is recommended on PDP-V401 and PDP-V401E).
  • Page 74 How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) How to mount How to mount AC adapter Align each rivet hole of the plasma display with a matching When mounting AC adapter, use the attached hook and mounting hole of this device while pressing the device loop fasteners.
  • Page 75 How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) How to use a cable strap D-|sub-15 pin cable can be secured so that the cable will not hang down from the plasma display main body. How to mount Insert the tip of the cable strap into the cable-strap- mounting hole of this device.
  • Page 76: When Mounting Using Only This Device

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) On styling of the cables 4.4.6 When mounting using only this device When placing it on a rack, etc., apply the attached rubber Carry out the styling of the cables as follows: cushions to the points 1, 2, 3 and 4 in order to prevent the surface of the rack from scratching or making it slippery.
  • Page 77 Moreover, use it after turning on the remote control out switch which is located close to the RGB2 terminal of the PDP-V402 or PDP-V402E main unit (it is not necessary to use the remote control satellite because the remote control signal received by the PDP-V402 or PDP- V402E remote control signal receiving portion is transmitted through the D-sub 15-pin cable).
  • Page 78: Repackaging Procedure

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) 4.4.7 Repackaging procedure When repackaging, follow the procedure as shown in the illustrations below. Remote control device (Secure it with an adhesive tape) Place the D-sub15-pin cable over the cutoff sections after packing all other items. Rolling Cutoff section Put it into the box with the underside first...
  • Page 79: Operating A Down Converter

    A test pattern is indicated. Adjust each of the CLK. FRQ., CLK. PHS., HOR. POS., VER. POS for the plasma display (PDP-V402,PDP-V402E) while indicating the test pattern. (For adjustment, see the instruction manual for the plasma display (PDP- V402,PDP-V402E). Moreover, once the adjustment has been completed,...
  • Page 80 How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) Return to the MENU screen after the adjustment. DOWN CONVERTER MENU Selecting the AUTO SETUP. AUTO SETUP CLK. FRQ. CLK. PHS. HOR. POS. VER. POS. STATUS TEST PATTERN SET : SEL MENU : EXIT Pressing the SET button.
  • Page 81 • When using this device in combination with one of the plasma displays manufactured by our company other than PDP-V402, PDP-V402E operate the plasma display with this device directing it to the display's light receiving portion. • When adjusting the plasma display MENU using a function other than RGB-2, never push the MENU button of this...
  • Page 82 How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4003) • "NO SYNC!" in red characters is displayed when no signal is input. The display automatically disappers in about 3 minutes even when it is left as it is. NO SYNC! • "OUT OF RANGE!" in red characters is displayed when a signal incompatible with this unit is input. The display automatically disappears in about 3 minutes even when it is left as it is.
  • Page 83: Tilting Stand: Pdk-4001

    Prepare suitable screws. 4.5.2 Outer-dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Stand weight: 5.5 kg Stand weight + display weight: 36.3 kg <37.1 kg> (when PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E> is installed) 20˚ Front | \ Rear...
  • Page 84: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4001) 4.5.3 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 85 How to mount standard optional items (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 86 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4001)
  • Page 87: 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-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal, 45° to the left or right Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......
  • Page 88: Outer-dimension Diagram (unit: Mm)

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4002) 4.6.2 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 89: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display (same Procedure As For The Pdk-4003)

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4002) 4.6.3 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 90 How to mount standard optional items (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 91 How to mount standard optional items (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 92 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4002)
  • Page 93: 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-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal, 45° to the left or right Material ......
  • Page 94: Outer-dimension Diagram (unit: Mm)

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4003) 4.7.2 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 95: 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-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Adjustable angle range ..25° down from horizontal Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......
  • Page 96: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4004) 4.8.3 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 97 How to mount standard optional items (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 98 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4004)
  • Page 99: 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-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......Semi-matt black paint (Pioneer's original color) Package dimensions ..
  • Page 100: 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) • PDP bracket weight: 3.3 kg • PDP bracket weight + display weight: 34.1 kg <34.9 kg> (when PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E> is installed) 4- 9 137.8...
  • Page 101 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4005) 2) Assembly procedure 1. Temporarily tighten the vertical frame (1) and the horizontal frame (2) by using the M5 plus/minus screw with washer (5) . 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.) Hexagon nut with spring washer (4 pcs.)
  • Page 102 (0). 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 103 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-4005) 4) Installation example During installation, strictly observe the related operating conditions in “3.4 Special installation”. (Note) When hanging by wires using eyebolts, the display will tilt forward by approximately 20 degrees due to its weight distribution.
  • Page 104 How to mount standard optional items (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 105: Wall Hanging Metal Fixture For The Plasma Display : Pdk-4006

    Outer dimensions ....916 (W) × 125 (D) × 714 (H) mm Weight ........ 6.7 kg (metal fixture alone) 37.5 kg <38.3 kg> (metal fixture with two plasma displays PDP-V402 <PDP-V402E>) Material ......Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ......Semi-matt black paint (Pioneer's original color) Package dimensions ..
  • Page 106: Assembling And Installing The Metal Fixture And Mounting The Plasma Display

    4.10.2 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-V402 <PDP-V402E>) (268.5) 860± 1.0 (124.8)
  • Page 107 How to mount standard optional items (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. •...
  • Page 108 How to mount standard optional items (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 109 How to mount standard optional items (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 110 How to mount standard optional items (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 111: Mobile Cart:pdk-5008

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008) 4.11 Mobile cart:PDK-5008 4.11.1 Specification Outer dimension ......916 (W) X 720 (D) X 1710 (H) (Maximum) ( Minimum : 1460) Weight ........... 36.5 kg (Stand only) 67.3 kg (Stand + plasma display) Material .........
  • Page 112: Assembling And Mounting The Metal Fixtures, And Mounting The Plasma Display

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008) 4.11.2 Assembling and mounting the metal fixtures, and mounting the plasma display 1) External dimensional drawing Unit: mm Weight ............36.5 kg (Stand only) Weight ............67.3 kg <68.1kg> (Stand + plasma display PDP-V402<PDP-V402E>) (Front shelf) 5° (Tilt angle) Ø...
  • Page 113: Mounting Procedure

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008) 3 Mounting the bolts for securing the bracket to the panel 4.11.3 Mounting procedure support For safety reasons, two or more people should carry out Mount each hexagonal socket head bolt (M8X20) this work. to the panel support with a gap of 5 to 6 mm left as shown in the figure below.
  • Page 114 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008) 5 Mounting the plasma display mounted with the bracket 6 Securing stand shelf and shelf bracket on the panel support Secure stand shelf and shelf bracket fixture on one 1. Hang the hooks of the bracket on the bolts on side with the attached ornament screw (M6X12).
  • Page 115: In Case Of Mounting An Optional Protective Filter

    How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008) 4.11.4 In case of mounting an optional protective filter (PDA-4002) When using a separately-sold PDA-4002 protective filter, the 4 bolts indicated by arrows in the diagram below must also be screwed into the bracket. Note that the bolts used must consist of the hexagonal bored bolts (M8 X 20) provided with the product.
  • Page 116 How to mount standard optional items (PDK-5008)
  • Page 117: Partition Multiple Installation Fixture

    Outer dimension .............. 919 (W) X 290.8 (D) X 717 (H) mm (Without sliding) Weight ................20.6 kg (Metal fixture only) 51.4 kg (metal fixture + plasma display PDP-V402) Material ................Steel pipe for general structures (STK-MR) Treatment ................ Semi-matte black coating (Pioneer's original color) Packaging dimension ............
  • Page 118: Outer Dimensional Drawing [unit: Mm]

    How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 4.12.2 Outer dimensional drawing [Unit: mm] Weight ................ 20.6 kg (metal fixture only) 51.4 kg (metal fixture + plasma display PDP-V402) 12 Through hole 6- ø 6 (when sliding: 229) 919 (metal fixture outer dimension) 6- ø...
  • Page 119: Installation Conditions

    How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 4.12.3 Installation conditions 1) Load carrying capacity of the floor The floor should be level and with an even surface, and it should have a sufficient load carrying capacity of its own. Especially, when the floor consists of boarding, the floor may cause deformation or deflection, if the weight of this system is put near the middle of reinforcing crosspieces under the floor, depending on where such crosspieces are located.
  • Page 120 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 7) Calculating calorific values Assume that the power consumption per unit is 400 W, to be on the safe side. As most of the consumed power is converted into heat, power consumption is roughly equal to generated heat.
  • Page 121 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 9) Power supply requirements When it consists of some multiple systems, never provide the power from the existing power outlet because it is extremely dangerous to do so. Make sure to provide the power from the distribution panel.
  • Page 122: Before Installation And Assembly

    How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 4.12.4 Before installation and assembly 1) Check the following items: [1] Dimension of the installation site, space of the backside, and distance from the ceiling. [2] Horizontal angle and strength of the floor, and whether the floor is uneven or not. [3] Location of the power supply [4] Installation site Whether any reinforcement is needed for the floor or the wall (reinforcing covers, sheet or floor plate);...
  • Page 123: Installation And Assembly

    How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 4.12.5 Installation and assembly 1) When installing multiple installation fixtures on the floor When installing the multiple installation fixtures on the floor, make available the cradles and base plates as shown in figure 4.11.5-1. Prepare as many cradles and base plates as necessary, depending on the combination.
  • Page 124 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Reference drawing of cradles <Top view drawing> a: M10...10 mm threaded holes (two holes) b: ø12 mm holes (Upper side- six holes, and lower side- eight holes) <Front view drawing> <Bottom view drawing> Supports are designed based on 40-mm square pipe.
  • Page 125 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Reference drawing of base plate a: 12 mm hole (four holes) (For securing a base plate) b: M8 x 8 mm threaded holes (eight holes) (Bracket mounting holes for This base plate is designed based on 15 mm in thickness. transport) c: M10 x 10 mm threaded holes (eight holes)
  • Page 126 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Dimension of a base plate for stacking two and three units (when not fixed to the floor). When stacking the multiple installation metal fixtures for two units and three units, the value of the fore-mentioned base plate A and B should be decided according to Figure 4.11.5-4), using the value when the combined height of the cradle and base plate is C.
  • Page 127 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Dimension of base plates for one column of two units and one column of three units when not fixed to the floor) (In case of two columns or more, this is not necessary) When fixing the base plates on the floor, using the multiple installation fixtures for one column of two units and two columns of three units, read the values indicating the side direction (size: 910) in Figure 4.11.5-3) as 919 + 2D and 919 + 2E, respectively (See Figure 4.11.5-5).
  • Page 128 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Height of cradle and dimension of base plate when not fixed to the floor (300 ≤ cradle height ≤ 1500) [mm] E value (three units) D value (two units) 1000 1500 [mm] Height of cradle (Example) Where C=300 dimension (mm) Two units...
  • Page 129 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Reference drawing of 2 x 2 = 4-surface multiple installation 1838 Figure 4.11.5-7) Reference drawing of 3 X 3 = 9-surface multiple installation 1838 2757 Figure 4.11.5-8)
  • Page 130 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) Reference drawing of 4 x 4 = 16-surface multiple installation (Securing by using anchors, etc. is needed) 2757 3676 Figure 4.11.5-9)
  • Page 131 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 2) Connections between a plasma display main body and multiple installation metal fixtures Do not stack vertically in excess of four units. The multiple installation metal fixtures may deform or break, if you do so. * For safety reasons, make sure that two workers work together.
  • Page 132 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 3) Preparation for mounting a plasma display When shipped, a multiple installation fixture is secured with two nuts and two hexagon socket bolts so that the slide frame will not slide during transportation. Before mounting a plasma display, remove these two nuts and two hexagon socket bolts, and make preparations so that the slide frame will slide when the locking fittings are released.
  • Page 133 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 4) Mounting a plasma display Bolts for secur- ing the monitor Hole rivet 1. Remove hole rivets (at four points as shown by an arrow) from the backside of the display using a coin, etc. 2.
  • Page 134 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 5. Tighten the nuts to secure the monitor. Insert a monitor securing bolt into a potbellied hole on the slide frame, and lower the bolt. Plasma display Tighten the nut. 6. Mounting a chain to release the locking fitting. The multiple installation fixture is so designed that the plasma display can be drawn forward for easy maintenance by releasing the locking fittings.
  • Page 135 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 5) Securing the multiple installation fixtures, cradles and base plate 1. When securing cradles and multiple installation fixtures, mount them by inserting M10 bolts into ø12 x 8 holes and using M10 nuts and washers, which are located on the bottom panel of a fixture as shown below. 8ø...
  • Page 136 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 3. It is possible to stack up to four units using the multiple installation fixtures. For four-unit stacking, it is necessary to take measures against falling by either securing the cradle to the floor with anchors, securing the upper portion by suspending from the ceiling or bolting to the ceiling or securing the back side to the wall with bolts, etc.
  • Page 137 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 6) Installation conditions for two-unit multiple fixture (PDM-4001) When the rear side is attached to the wall. Partition When connecting laterally, make sure to provide a partition between the left and right units to be connected. When installing in a series side by side, there is no need for a partition between the left and right units to be connected.
  • Page 138 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 7) Other installation conditions (1) Wall hanging installation PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VIDEO Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~35°C 0~35°C 0~30°C When connecting laterally, make sure to provide a partition between the left and right units to be connected.
  • Page 139 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 8) Installation conditions for 3-unit multiple fixture (PDM-4001) When the rear side is attached to the wall. Partition When connecting laterally, make sure to provide a partition between the left and right units to be connected. When installing in a series side by side, there is no need for a partition between the left and right units to be connected.
  • Page 140 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 9) Other installation conditions (1) Wall hanging installation PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VIDEO Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~35°C 0~35°C 0~30°C When connecting laterally, make sure to provide a partition between the left and right units to be connected.
  • Page 141 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 10) Installation conditions for 4-unit multiple fixture (PDM-4001) When the rear side is secured tightly to the wall: Partition When connecting laterally, make sure to provide partitions on both left and right sides. When installing in a series side by side, there is no need for a left or right partition.
  • Page 142 How to mount standard optional items (PDM-4001) 11) Other installation conditions (1) Wall hanging installation PC-9800 (56.4Hz) PC-9800 (70.1Hz) VIDEO Machintosh (66.7Hz) VGA (72.8Hz, 75Hz) VGA (60Hz) 0~35°C 0~35°C 0~30°C When connecting laterally, make sure to provide a partition between the left and right units to be connected.
  • Page 143: Protective Filter: Pda-4002

    4.13.2 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-V402 <PDP-V402E> is mounted) 3 (filter thickness) 916 (display's outer dimensions) 73.3...
  • Page 144 How to mount standard optional items (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 145 How to mount standard optional items (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 146: Mounting The Pdp Bracket (pdk-4005) With Pda-4002 Mounted

    How to mount standard optional items (PDA-4001 • PDA-4002) 4.13.3 Mounting the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with PDA-4002 mounted To attach the PDP bracket (PDK-4005) with the PDA-4002 mounted, tighten along with the filter-supporting metal fixture, as shown below. Hexagonal socket head M8 wave washers button bolt (M8 x M18) (supplied with the...
  • Page 147: Speaker System: Pdp-s03-lr

    How to mount standard optional items (PDP-S03-LR) 4.14 Speaker system: PDP-S03-LR 4.14.1 Before operation • The speaker's nominal impedance is 8 Ω. Connect to a stereo amplifier capable of driving loads ranging from 4 to 16 Ω. • Observe the following precautions to protect the speaker from damage caused by high input. •...
  • Page 148 4.14.3 Assembling and installing the metal fixture and mounting the plasma display 1) Outer dimension diagram (Unit: mm) Speaker weight ................2.7 × 2 = 5.4 kg Plasma display (PDP-V402 <PDP-402E>) + speaker weight ... 36.2 kg <37.0kg> 1070 10.5...
  • Page 149 How to mount standard optional items (PDP-S03-LR) 2) Installing procedure (3) Installing the speaker to the side of the plasma Install the speaker according to the procedure (1) display through (3) below:The illustrations below show the Plasma display speaker (for right) to be mounted to the right of the display.
  • Page 150 How to mount standard optional items (PDP-S03-LR) (3) Connection with a stereo amplifier (4) Installing procedure of commercially available 1. Turn off the power switch of a stereo amplifier. metal fixture Washers M8 ( φ 25) are supplied to use together with 2.
  • Page 151: Precautions For Mounting Various Metal Fixtures

    How to mount standard optional items (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 4.14.4 Precautions for mounting various metal fixtures after the optional speakers are attached to the plasma display main body When various metal fixtures are to be mounted after the optional speakers have been mounted to the plasma display, the following steps and precautions must be observed, depending on the specific type.
  • Page 152 How to mount standard optional items (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 2) Ceiling-suspension metal fixture for plasma display (PDK-4002 / PDK-4003 / PDK-4004) When a ceiling suspension metal fixture is to be mounted to the plasma display with the optional speaker, use the monitor mounting bolt to tighten the display and speaker, as shown in Fig.2.
  • Page 153 How to mount standard optional items (Precautions for installing the optional speaker) 3) Wall-hanging metal fixture (PDK-4006) When the wall hanging metal fixture is mounted to the plasma display with the optional speaker, use the monitor- mounting bolt to tighten the speaker, as indicated in Fig.4. Next, as shown in Fig.5, follow the usual steps for mounting the wall hanging metal fixture.
  • Page 154 How to mount standard optional items (Precautions for installing the optional speaker)
  • Page 155: Operating Mode

    Before making adjustments 1) Normal Operating Mode Intended for video playback, this mode enables the following basic operations: • Switching to STANDBY status (POWER OFF) • Input switching • Key Lock/Unlock switching (this must be done using a button found only on the main unit.) •...
  • Page 156: List Of Adjustable Items

    Before making adjustments 5.1.3 List of adjustable items (1) Menu-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 ‡ ‡ ‡...
  • Page 157: Picture Quality And White-balance Adjustment Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.4 Picture quality and white-balance adjustment memory This machine contains the following 44 memory areas. Note that there are only 20 adjustable areas, since the FACTORY area is read-only. Color mode 1 VIDEO input NTSC FACTORY (For NTSC) FACTORY (For PAL) Y/C input NTSC...
  • Page 158: Phase-adjustment Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.5 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 PC-9800 normal mode Macintosh 13-inch mode FACTORY RGB2(Mini D-SUB terminal input) NTSC...
  • Page 159: Last Memory

    Before making adjustments 5.1.6 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 160: 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 161 Before making adjustments...
  • Page 162: Menu Mode

    (–128 to +127) this function. Adjust it to minimize the • Displayed only for RGB-1. flicker and the color distortion. This (PDP-V402 ONLY) function is to adjust the phase of the internal clock signal, which is adjusted Remote control with the CLK. FRQ function.
  • Page 163 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control Adjust the picture quality concerning Remote control P I CTURE PARAMETER the selected item. 1 In case of CONTRAST and BRIGHT: 2 In case of CLK.FRQ., CLK PHS., HOR.POS. and CONTRAST VER.POS.: : ADJ.
  • Page 164 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control Video or Y/C Input STANDBY Switch to the MENU screen. INPUT The currently selected item will be displayed in purple. MENU ADJUST Choose the item to be adjusted. <NTSC> Remote control P I CTURE PARAMETER CONTRAST...
  • Page 165 Performing adjustments on the plasma display operation panel and remote control Finalize your choice. Remote control Make adjustments for each item as follows: CONTRAST ..Adjusts the contrast of the picture P I CTURE PARAMETER according to the brightness of the environment so that you can watch the picture easier.
  • Page 166: Integrator Mode

    Integrator mode 5.3 Integrator mode 5.3.1 Adjustments and setting in the 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 1 2 8...
  • Page 167 Integrator mode 3) Quality and phase adjustment 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 Using the remote control, make adjustments with the 2 and 3 buttons. Using the operation panel, make adjustments with using the +, –...
  • Page 168 Integrator mode 5) White-balance adjustment menu 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 H I G H 1 2 8 L O W...
  • Page 169 Integrator mode 7) Integrator white-balance adjustment (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 range of values currently held in the selected memory area.
  • Page 170 Integrator mode 9) Various setting menu (PC-9800, 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 O F F O F F 1 2 3 4 5...
  • Page 171 Integrator mode 11) Baud-rate setting 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 Operation is the same as with other input functions. 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 172: Precautions

    Integrator mode 13) Mask for screen top/bottom for NTSC input A C K G R A Y O F F This function is valid only when NTSC signals are input. 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 173 Integrator mode 15) FULL MASK setting R E D G R E E N B L U E Y E L L O W M A G E N T A C Y A N W H I T E Operation is the same as with other input functions.
  • Page 174 Integrator mode 17) Initial reset setting mode (total adjustment) 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 restores adjusted values for PICTURE PARAMETER and WHITE BALANCE to factory-preset values, which are within the range of values currently held in the selected memory area.
  • Page 175 Integrator mode 5.3.2 Precautions • Input cannot be switched over in Menu or Integrator modes. First select the input to adjust, then move to Menu mode or Integrator mode. • The system automatically exits Menu mode or Integrator mode if one of the following occurs: a) The main switch is turned off (AC OFF).
  • Page 176: Rs-232c Adjustment Mode

    RS-232C adjustment mode 5.4 RS-232C adjustment mode The main body is equipped with an RS-232C port to allow different operations using an external PC, including adjustment of picture quality, white-balance, and phase. 5.4.1 Precaution • The contents of adjustment are placed in last-memory with the <AJN> command. Once adjustments are complete, perform <AJN>.
  • Page 177 RS-232C adjustment mode 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. 4) Data format Start : 1-bit Data : 8-bit Parity : 0 (no parity) Stop : 1-bit...
  • Page 178: Rs-232c Commands Table

    RS-232C adjustment mode 5.4.3 RS-232C commands table Explanation of the tables • Normal validity : Indicates whether normal mode can be used. Commands that may be used even when not in RS-232C adjustment mode (after sending <AJY> commands). • Number direct : Commands sent directly followed by numbers (3 digits), which immediately become the new adjusted values.
  • Page 179 RS-232C adjustment mode Validity of Validity of Validity in Command number- Name Function normal direct DOWN name mode command command × ‡ ‡ GREEN HIGH Adjusts GREEN HIGH-LIGHT. × ‡ ‡ GREEN LOW Adjusts GREEN LOW-LIGHT. × × × GET POSI. DATA Outputs phase-adjustment values.
  • Page 180: List Of Get Commands

    RS-232C adjustment mode 5.4.4 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 181 RS-232C adjustment mode 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 182: Key Lock/unlock

    KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 5.5 KEY LOCK/UNLOCK 5.5.1 Functions To prevent tampering following installation, invoke “KEY LOCK” status to prevent use of “the main-body operation panel” or “the remote control”. (RS-232C 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 183: Pseudo Contour

    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 184: Precautions

    Various precautions for operation 6.2 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 185 Various precautions for operation • 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.

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