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TECHNICAL MANUAL (Ver. 1.1)

FOR PIONEER PLASMA DISPLAY MONITOR WHEN USED WITH VIDEO CARDS (EXPANSION SOLUTIONS CARDS)

PLASMA DISPLAY MONITOR: PDP-607CMX

VIDEO CARD: PDA-5003 /PDA-5004

TABLE TOP STAND: PDK-TS26

WALL MOUNT UNIT: PDK-WM03

SPEAKER SYSTEM: PDP-S55-LR

This manual provides precautions and information for installation, preparation, and handling of the Plasma Display and its dedicated mounting hardware.

Before installation and preparatory work, choose a safe and appropriate site after thorough consideration of construction, materials used, strength, and surroundings. If adequate safeguards are not in place, immediately halt the installation process and discontinue marketing activities.

ABOUT MOUNTING/INSTALLATION

This product is sold under the assumption that installation will be performed by experienced, qualified experts. Refer all mounting and installation work to qualified personnel or consult the nearest PIONEER dealer for assistance.

We accept no responsibility for accident or loss resulting from failure to select an appropriate installation site, situations occurring during assembly, installation, mounting, operation resulting from modifications made to this product, or from natural disasters.

PRECAUTIONS:

We accept no responsibility for losses resulting from the use of parts other than those supplied by Pioneer or those authorized by Pioneer.

We guarantee the performance of our products only when they are assembled and adjusted as described in this manual.

The specifications and external designs shown in this manual are subject to change without notice.

To use this product safely

When using this product attached to a ceiling or wall or piled up, there is a danger that, according to its weight or attachment method, it may fall down or fall over.

In order to use this product safely, be sure to have a professional installer or the retail agent perform the installation work. Verify that it is appropriately attached and take adequate safety measures.

Attention professional installer

Install this product according to the instructions in the owner’s manual or installation manual.

To ensure safety when this product is installed on a ceiling, wall or stacked be sure to take measures to prevent any danger of the panel(s) falling down or falling over.

Choose an installation or attachment location that has sufficient strength to fully withstand its weight.

When installing it on the floor, select an adequately stable, flat, and level place.

To prevent damage to the power or connection cords, take great care not to place any equipment on them or pinch them between any equipment.

Absolutely do not alter the product or any of its attachment hardware.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION .....................................................................

4

FEATURES ..............................................................................

 

5

SPECIFICATIONS

 

2.1

Specifications ...............................................................

6

2.2

External Dimensions ....................................................

8

2.3

Controls and Connectors ...........................................

10

2.4

Pin layout ....................................................................

13

2.5

Remote Control Unit ..................................................

14

INSTALLATION SITE REQUIREMENTS

 

3.1

Installation Site Requirements ..................................

15

3.2

Installation Conditions ...............................................

17

 

3.2.1

Heat dissipation ................................................

17

 

3.2.2

Calculating heat quantity ...................................

18

 

3.2.3

Product mounting holes ....................................

18

 

3.2.4

Mounting surface warping ................................

20

3.3

Installation Procedures ..............................................

21

 

3.3.1

Transportation precautions ...............................

21

 

3.3.2

Unpacking .........................................................

21

 

3.3.3

Re-packing ........................................................

22

 

3.3.4

Wiring ................................................................

22

3.4

Special Installation .....................................................

24

 

3.4.1

Mounting to fittings ..........................................

24

 

3.4.2

Hanging on the wall ..........................................

26

 

3.4.3

Embedding in the wall ......................................

28

 

3.4.4

When the display is put in a box .......................

31

 

3.4.5

Ceiling suspension (with wires) ........................

32

 

3.4.6

Hanging on the wall lengthwise ........................

34

 

3.4.7

Place product upright and flush into wall

 

 

 

(embedding in the wall) .....................................

36

 

3.4.8

Installed facing upward .....................................

40

 

3.4.9

Horizontal connections ......................................

42

 

3.4.10 Multiple .............................................................

43

HOW TO USE THE STANDARD MOUNTING COMPONENTS

4.1

Standard Mounting Components Features and

 

 

Characteristics ............................................................

44

4.2

Handling the Standard Mounting Components ......

45

 

4.2.1

Handling precautions ........................................

45

 

4.2.2

Precautions for installation contractors .............

45

4.3

Video

Card: PDA-5003/PDA-5004 ..............................

46

 

4.3.1

Specifications ....................................................

46

 

4.3.2

External Dimensions .........................................

48

 

4.3.3

Installing procedures .........................................

50

 

4.3.4

Input connectors on the Plasma Display with

 

 

 

video card ..........................................................

52

 

4.3.5

Connection to INPUT1 and INPUT5 ..................

52

 

4.3.6

Connection to INPUT1 or INPUT5 .....................

53

 

4.3.7

Connection to INPUT2 ......................................

58

 

4.3.8

Connection to INPUT3 ......................................

58

 

4.3.9

Connection to INPUT4 ......................................

58

 

4.3.10 About DTV set top box connection ...................

59

 

4.3.11 Audio connections ............................................

60

4.4

Table Top Stand: PDK-TS26 ......................................

64

 

4.4.1

Specifications ....................................................

64

 

4.4.2

Installation coordinates for screws used to

 

 

 

attach the stand to a surface ............................

65

 

4.4.3

External Dimensions .........................................

65

 

4.4.4

Stand assembling ..............................................

66

 

4.4.5

Attaching the Stand to the Plasma Display .......

67

4.5

Wall Mount Unit: PDK-WM03 ...................................

68

 

4.5.1

Specifications ....................................................

68

 

4.5.2

External Dimensions .........................................

69

 

4.5.3

Hardware assembly and Plasma Display

 

 

 

attachment ........................................................

70

4.6

Speaker System: PDP-S55-LR ...................................

72

 

4.6.1

Specifications ....................................................

72

 

4.6.2

External Dimensions .........................................

73

 

4.6.3

Installation on the Plasma Display ....................

74

BEFORE BEGINNING ADJUSTMENT/SETTING

5.1 Before Beginning Adjustment ..................................

78

5.1.1

Operation Mode ................................................

78

5.1.2 Combined Use of the Remote Control,

 

 

Main-controlPanel, andRS-232CCommands ...

79

5.1.3 List of Input Correspondence Signals ...............

80

5.1.4 List of Adjustable and Settable Items ...............

90

5.1.5

Last Memory .....................................................

98

5.1.6

Aging .................................................................

98

5.2 Normal Operation Mode ...........................................

99

5.2.1 About normal operation mode ............................

99

5.3 Menu Mode ..............................................................

101

5.3.1

About menu mode ..........................................

101

5.3.2 Concerning the display of the OSD of

 

 

each item ........................................................

101

5.3.3 Example of a Menu Mode Operation ..............

102

5.3.4 Adjustment and setting in the Menu Mode ....

103

 

1)

Power Management Setting ....................

103

 

2)

Signal Format Setting ...............................

104

 

3)

Menu Language Display Setting ...............

105

 

4)

Energy Saving Setting ..............................

106

 

5)

Timer Setting ............................................

108

 

6)

Program/Repeat Timer Setting .................

108

 

7)

Orbiter Setting ..........................................

109

 

8)

Soft Focus Setting ....................................

110

 

9)

Auto Set Up Mode Setting .......................

111

 

10)

Screen Position, Clock Frequency and

 

 

 

Clock Phase Adjustment ..........................

112

 

11)

Auto Function Mode Setting ....................

114

 

12)

PIP DETECT Setting .................................

115

 

13)

SPLIT FREEZE Setting ..............................

116

5.3.5Concerning the display of the OSD of each item (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004

is installed.) .....................................................

117

5.3.6 Example of a Menu Mode Operation ..............

117

(Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004

 

is installed.) .....................................................

117

5.3.7Adjustment and setting in the Menu Mode (Applicable only when a PDA-5003/PDA-5004

is installed.) .....................................................

118

1)

Color Temperature Setting .......................

118

2)

Power Management and Auto Power

 

 

OFF Setting ..............................................

119

3)

DNR (digital noise reduction) Setting ........

120

4)

MPEG NR Setting .....................................

121

5)

CTI Setting ................................................

122

6)

PURECINEMA Setting ..............................

123

7)

Color Decoding Setting .............................

125

8)

Color System Setting ................................

126

9)

Signal Format Setting ...............................

127

10)

DVI Setting ...............................................

129

11)

Menu Language Display Setting ...............

130

12)

Energy Saving Setting ..............................

131

13)

Timer Setting ............................................

133

14) Program/Repeat Timer Setting .................

133

15)

Orbiter Setting ..........................................

134

16)

Soft Focus Setting ....................................

135

17)

Auto Set Up Mode Setting .......................

136

18)

Screen Position, Clock Frequency and

 

 

Clock Phase Adjustment ..........................

137

19)

Auto Function Mode Setting ....................

139

20)

PIP DETECT Setting .................................

140

21)

SPLIT FREEZE Setting ..............................

141

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Table of Contents

5.4 Integrator Mode .......................................................

142

5.4.1 About the Integrator Mode .............................

142

5.4.2 Example of Integrator Mode Operation ..........

143

5.4.3 Adjustment and Setting in the Integrator

 

 

Mode ...............................................................

144

 

1)

PICTURE Adjustment ...............................

144

 

2)

WHITE BALANCE Adjustment .................

145

 

3)

COLOR DETAIL setting ............................

146

 

4)

GAMMA Setting .......................................

147

 

5)

SCREEN (Screen Position) Adjustment ....

148

 

6)

Brightness Enhancement (BRT. ENHANCE)

 

 

Setting at the Center of the Screen ..........

149

 

7)

SUB VOLUME Setting ..............................

150

 

8)

Program Timer Setting .............................

151

 

9)

SCREEN MASK Setting ............................

153

 

10)

SIDE MASK Setting ..................................

154

 

11)

VIDEO WALL Setting ...............................

156

 

12)

BAUD RATE Setting .................................

160

 

13)

Assigning an ID .........................................

161

 

14)

Cooling Fan Control Setting ......................

163

 

15)

OSD Display Setting .................................

164

 

16)

FRONT INDICATOR Setting .....................

166

 

17)

COLOR MODE Setting .............................

167

 

18)

PRO USE Setting ......................................

168

 

19)

FRC Setting ..............................................

170

 

20)

POWER ON MODE Setting ......................

172

 

21)

SEAMLESS SW Setting ............................

174

 

22)

MIRROR MODE Setting ...........................

175

 

23)

MULTISCREEN Setting ............................

177

 

24)

REPEAT TIMER Setting ............................

180

 

25)

FUNCTIONAL LOCK .................................

182

 

26)

Center Position Display ............................

183

5.4.4 PICTURE, White Balance and SCREEN Position

 

Adjustment Values Memory Area Tables .......

184

5.5 RS-232CAdjustment ................................................

189

5.5.1 About the RS-232CAdjustment ......................

189

5.5.2

Interface ..........................................................

190

5.5.3

Combination Connection .................................

191

5.5.4

ID Assignment ................................................

192

5.5.5 List of RS-232CCommands ............................

194

5.5.6

QUEST Commands .........................................

202

5.6 Screen Burning ........................................................

210

5.7 Precautions on Connecting Camera Images .........

212

5.8 Concerning frame delay (lip sync) ..........................

212

PRECAUTION

 

 

6.1 Precautions ...............................................................

213

MAINTENANCE

..................................................................

214

CAUTION

To prevent injury and material damage, thoroughly read this manual and all labels found on the equipment before attempting to mount, install, move, or adjust the product.

Do not install the unit outside or in the open air. Doing so will lead to water seepage into the system, resulting in fire or electric shock.

Be especially careful when working around parts of the system that have sharp edges.

When performing installation work from a height, take suitable precautions to guard against falling. Set up a barrier around the work site to prevent accidentally dropped objects that can injure people standing or walking below. Tampering with the unit may result in fire or electrical shock.

Keep all foreign objects out of the unit. Tampering with the unit may result in fire or electrical shock.

Observe the following operating environmental limitations:

Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C Humidity: 20 % to 80 %

Install the unit only in properly ventilated areas.

3

Introduction

Introduction

The contents of “5.1 Before Beginning Adjustments (pg. 78)” and subsequent sections are premised on the PDP607CMX being equipped with the PDA-5003orPDA-5004.Items that apply only when thePDA-5003orPDA-5004is installed are marked with a star ‘ ’.

Precautions

With the PDA-5003or thePDA-5004installed, thePDP-607CMXsupports the following functions:

Input/output terminals

 

7 PDA-5003

 

 

 

INPUT 1

 

 

• Component video signal

Input

 

 

 

 

• RGB signals from AV devices other than PCs

INPUT 2

 

 

• Digital video signal (HDCP supported)

Input

 

 

 

 

 

INPUT 3

Input

 

• Y/C separate video signal

 

 

 

 

INPUT 4

Input

 

• Composite video signal

 

 

 

 

 

Output

 

• Composite video signal

 

 

 

 

INPUT 3/

Input

 

• Audio L/R signal

INPUT 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INPUT 5

Input

 

• Composite video signal

 

 

 

• RGB signals from AV devices or PCs

 

 

 

• Audio L/R signal

7 PDA-5004

 

 

 

INPUT 1

 

 

• Component video signal

Input

 

 

 

 

• RGB signals from AV devices other than PCs

 

 

 

 

INPUT 2

Input

 

• Digital video signal (HDCP supported)

INPUT 3

 

 

• Y/C separate video signal

Input

 

 

 

 

• Audio L/R signal

INPUT 4

 

 

• Composite video signal

Input

 

 

 

 

• Audio L/R signal

 

 

 

 

 

Output

 

• Composite video signal

INPUT 5

 

 

• Composite video signal

Input

 

 

 

 

• RGB signals from AV devices or PCs

 

 

 

• Audio L/R signal

4

Features

Features and Functions of this device

Introduces newly developed Wide Plasma Panel

The new, wide, high-precisionplasma panel (1365x768 / 16:9) pushes the envelope of previoushigh-luminancepanels, producing brighter, clearer images with higher contrast.

ES Slot interface for enhanced potential

The display has a built-inES Slot Interface to allow card installation for the connection of external devices, thus enhancing its expansion potential.

Supports wide range of computer signals (analog/digital)

This panel supports a wide range of signals including PC standard resolution XGA display, 1920x1080*1, 1360x768, wide signals, DOT BY DOT, full display, etc. It is possible to switch each signal between DOT BY DOT, 4:3, and full display*2.

*1 Only during DVI input of PC signals (compressed display)

*2 Screen size differs according to the signal

Free Installation Configuration

– Broader installation possibilities with thinner, lighter, high-endurancedesign –

While producing a large 60" screen image, the display is only 122 mm (4.8") thick, and weighs in at only 62.0 kg (136.7 lbs).

The efficient heat-radiatingdesign greatly improves environmental operating conditions. The thinner, lighter design, coupled tohigh-enduranceconstruction greatly broadens the range of possible installation locations and methods.

High reliability for commercial applications

This display has features that give it high dependability in commercial applications. These features include the ability to suppress peak luminance in accordance with the viewing program and to adjust the cooling fan’s speed with changes in operating environment. Such features provide safety and high-enduranceunder conditions of commercial use.

Improved usability

User convenience has been improved by adding features that make the display even more compatible with your computer. Some of these include the one-touchscreen adjustment, [AUTO SET UP] function for computer connections, and the POINT ZOOM function to enlarge local portions of the screen image to display important detailed program data.

5

Specifications

2.1 Specifications

Light-emittingpanel.....................

60V type AC Plasma Panel

 

 

 

131.86 cm (W) × 74.19 cm (H) × 151.3 cm (diagonal)

Aspect ratio

....................................................................

16 : 9

Pixels ......................................................................

 

1365 × 768

Pixel pitch .................

0.966 mm (H•RGB trio) × 0.966 mm (V)

Input/output terminals

 

Video-related

 

INPUT 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input

 

 

Mini D-sub,15-pinconnector (female)

 

 

 

 

• RGB signal (for SYNC ON G)

 

 

 

 

RGB ...............................

0.7 Vp-p/75Ω/no sync

 

 

 

 

HD/VS, VD ........

TTL level/positive and negative

 

 

 

 

 

polarity/2.2 kΩ

 

 

 

 

SYNC ON G ............

1 Vp-p/75Ω/negative sync.

 

 

 

 

*Microsoft Plug & Play (VESA DDC 1/2B) supported

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output

 

Mini D-sub,15-pinconnector (female)

INPUT 2

..................................

75 Ω/with buffer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input

 

 

DVI-D24-pinconnector

 

 

 

 

Digital RGB signal (DVI compliant TMDS signal)

 

 

 

 

*Microsoft Plug & Play (VESA DDC 2B) supported

Audio-related

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Input

 

 

AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT1)

 

 

 

 

Stero mini jack

500 mVrms/more than 10 kΩ

 

 

 

 

L/R ......................

 

 

 

 

AUDIO INPUT (for INPUT2)

 

 

 

 

Stero mini jack

 

 

 

 

 

L/R ......................

500 mVrms/more than 10 kΩ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Output

 

AUDIO OUTPUT

 

 

 

 

 

Stero mini jack

500 mVrms/less than 5 kΩ

 

 

 

 

L/R ..........................

 

 

 

 

SPEAKER

 

 

 

 

 

L/R ...................

6 Ω to 16 Ω/9 W + 9 W (at 6 Ω)

Control-related

RS-232Cterminal:D-sub,9-pin(male)

(NOTE 1)

Combination In/Out Terminal: Mini-DIN,6-pin

Power requirements ...........

AC 100 V to 120 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz

(The power unit range is from AC100 V to 240 V (50 Hz/60 Hz))

In-rush ...............................................................

 

less than 50 A

Power factor ....................................................

 

more than 0.95

Consumption .........................

440 W (NOTE 2) (0.8 W in standby)

External dimensions

 

 

......................... 1470 mm (W) × 880 mm (H) × 122 mm (D)

57-7/8in. (W) ×34-21/32in. (H) ×4-26/32in. (D)

Weight ........................................................

 

62.0 kg (136.7 lbs.)

Dimensions of packaging

 

 

....................... 1593 mm (W) × 1022 mm (H) × 434 mm (D)

62-23/32in. (W) ×40-1/4in. (H) ×17-3/32in. (D)

Weight when packaged ............................

 

76.3 kg (168.2 lbs.)

Operating Temperature ....

0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) (NOTE 3)

Operating Humidity ..........................................

 

20 % to 80 %

Operating atmospheric pressure ..........

800 hPa to 1100 hPa

Storage limitations (when installed)

 

Temperature ..................

–20°C to +60 °C(–4°F to 140 °F)

Humidity .........................................................

 

20 % to 90 %

Atmospheric pressure .........................

 

700 hPa to 1114 hPa

Storage limitations (when in original package)

Temperature ................

–30°C to +60 °C(–22°F to 140 °F)

Humidity .........................................................

 

20 % to 90 %

Atmospheric pressure .........................

 

700 hPa to 1114 hPa

Stacking ..............................................

 

Fewer than two tiers

Standard accessories

 

 

Power cord (2 m) ....................................................................

 

1

Ferrite core (for audio cables) .................................................

3

Remote control unit ................................................................

 

1

AA battery ...............................................................................

 

2

Wiping cloth (for screen) .........................................................

 

1

Speed clamp ...........................................................................

 

3

Bead band ...............................................................................

 

3

Operating instructions .............................................................

 

1

Warranty .................................................................................

 

1

Specifications and external designs are subject to change without notice.

(NOTE 1) The display is preset at the factory to 9600bps. This setting can be changed using either the remote control unit or a PC.

(NOTE 2) Allow for 500 W = 500 VA of consumption per unit. (NOTE 3) The correct operating environmental temperature may

vary depending on the installation site (refer to “Installation Site Requirements (pg. 15)”.

6

Specifications

INPUT Response Signals

INPUT 1

7 PC signals supported

Resolution

Refresh rate

Remark

(Dot x Line)

Vertical

Horizontal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

640x400

70.1 Hz

31.5 kHz

NEC PC-9800

720x400

70.1 Hz

31.5 kHz

NEC PC-9800

 

 

85.1 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

640x480

59.9 Hz

31.5 kHz

 

 

 

66.7 Hz

35.0 kHz

Apple Macintosh 13”

 

 

72.8 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

 

 

75 Hz

37.5 kHz

 

 

 

85 Hz

43.3 kHz

 

 

 

100.4 Hz

51.1 kHz

I/O DATA

 

 

120.4 Hz

61.3 kHz

I/O DATA

848x480

60 Hz

31.0 kHz

 

852x480

60 Hz

31.7 kHz

 

800x600

56.3 Hz

35.2 kHz

 

 

 

60.3 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

 

 

72.2 Hz

48.1 kHz

 

 

 

75 Hz

46.9 kHz

 

 

 

85.1 Hz

53.7 kHz

 

 

 

99.8 Hz

63.0 kHz

I/O DATA

 

 

120 Hz

75.7 kHz

I/O DATA

832x624

74.6 Hz

49.7 kHz

Apple Macintosh 16”

1024x768

60 Hz

48.4 kHz

 

 

 

60 Hz

49.7 kHz

Work station (SGI)

 

 

70.1 Hz

56.5 kHz

 

 

 

75 Hz

60.0 kHz

( ) indicates Apple

 

 

(74.9 Hz )

(60.2 kHz)

Macintosh 19

 

 

85 Hz

68.7 kHz

 

 

 

100.6 Hz

80.5 kHz

I/O DATA

 

 

119.4 Hz

95.5 kHz

 

1280x768

56.2 Hz

45.1 kHz

 

 

 

59.8 Hz

48 kHz

 

 

 

69.8 Hz

56 kHz

 

1360x765

60 Hz

47.7 kHz

 

1360x768

60 Hz

47.7 kHz

I/O DATA

1376x768

59.9 Hz

48.3 kHz

I/O DATA

1280x800

59.8 Hz

49.7 kHz

CVT

1280x854

60 Hz

53.1 kHz

PC

1152x864

60 Hz

53.7 kHz

 

 

 

72 Hz

64.9 kHz

 

 

 

75 Hz

67.5 kHz

 

1152x870

75.1 Hz

68.7 kHz

Apple Macintosh 21”

1152x900

66 Hz

61.8 kHz

Sun Microsystems LO

 

 

76 Hz

71.7 kHz

Sun Microsystems HI

1440x900

59.9 Hz

55.9 kHz

Apple Macintosh 17”

1280x960

60 Hz

60.0 kHz

 

 

 

85 Hz

85.9 kHz

 

1280x1024

60 Hz

63.9 kHz

Work station (SGI)

 

 

60 Hz

64.0 kHz

 

 

 

60 Hz

64.6 kHz

Work station (EWS4800)

 

 

71.2 Hz

75.1 kHz

Work station (EWS4800)

 

 

72 Hz

78.1 kHz

Work station (HP)

 

 

75 Hz

80.0 kHz

 

 

 

76.1 Hz

81.1 kHz

Work station (SUN)

 

 

85 Hz

91.1 kHz

 

 

 

100.1 Hz

108.5 kHz

I/O DATA

1400x1050

60 Hz

65.3 kHz

 

 

 

74.9 Hz

82.3 kHz

 

 

 

85 Hz

93.9 kHz

 

1680x1050

60 Hz

65.3 kHz

 

1600x1200

60 Hz

75.0 kHz

 

 

 

65 Hz

81.3 kHz

 

 

 

70 Hz

87.5 kHz

 

 

 

75 Hz

93.8 kHz

 

 

 

85 Hz

106.3 kH z

 

1920x1200

59.9 Hz

74.6 kHz

CVT

1920x1200RB

60 Hz

74.0 kHz

CVT

INPUT 2

7 PC signals supported

Resolution

Refresh rate

Remarks

(Dot x Line)

Vertical

Horizontal

 

 

 

640x480

59.9 Hz

31.5 kHz

 

 

72.8 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

 

75 Hz

37.5 kHz

 

 

85 Hz

43.3 kHz

 

 

100.4 Hz

51.1 kHz

 

 

120.4 Hz

61.3 kHz

 

720x400

70.1 Hz

31.5 kHz

NEC PC-9800

 

85.1 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

848x480

60 Hz

31.0 kHz

 

852x480

60 Hz

31.7 kHz

 

800x600

56.3 Hz

35.2 kHz

 

 

60.3 Hz

37.9 kHz

 

 

72.2 Hz

48.1 kHz

 

 

75 Hz

46.9 kHz

 

 

85.1 Hz

53.7 kHz

 

 

99.8 Hz

63.0 kHz

 

 

120 Hz

75.7 kHz

 

1024x768

60 Hz

48.4 kHz

 

 

60 Hz

49.7 kHz

Work station (SGI)

 

70.1 Hz

56.5 kHz

 

 

75 Hz

60.0 kHz

 

 

85 Hz

68.7 kHz

 

 

100.6 Hz

80.5 kHz

 

 

119.4 Hz

95.5 kHz

 

1280x768

56.2 Hz

45.1 kHz

 

 

59.8 Hz

48 kHz

 

 

69.8 Hz

56 kHz

 

1280x800

59.8 Hz

49.7 kHz

 

1280x854

60 Hz

53.1 kHz

 

1360x768

60 Hz

47.7 kHz

I/O DATA

1376x768

59.9 Hz

48.3 kHz

I/O DATA

1152x864

60 Hz

53.7 kHz

 

 

72 Hz

64.9 kHz

 

 

75 Hz

67.5 kHz

 

1152x900

66 Hz

61.8 kHz

Sun Microsystems LO

 

76 Hz

71.7 kHz

Sun Microsystems HI

1440x900

59.9 Hz

55.9 kHz

Apple Macintosh17“

1280x960

60 Hz

60.0 kHz

 

 

85 Hz

85.9 kHz

 

 

60 Hz

63.9 kHz

Work station (SGI)

1280x1024

60 Hz

64.0 kHz

 

 

60 Hz

64.6 kHz

Work station (EWS4800)

 

71.2 Hz

75.1 kHz

Work station (EWS4800)

 

72 Hz

78.1 kHz

Work station (HP)

 

75 Hz

80.0 kHz

 

 

76.1 Hz

81.1 kHz

Work station (SUN)

 

85 Hz

91.1 kHz

 

1400x1050

60 Hz

65.3 kHz

 

 

74.9 Hz

82.3 kHz

 

1680x1050

60 Hz

65.3 kHz

 

1920x1080

50 Hz

56.2 kHz

 

 

60 Hz

67.5 kHz

 

1600x1200

60 Hz

75.0 kHz

 

1920x1200RB

60 Hz

74.0 kHz

CVT

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External Dimensions

2.2 External Dimensions

WEIGHT: 62.0 kg (136.7 lbs) (without stand)

MATERIAL: Front: Resin; Rear cover: Metal plate, Front protector panel: Glass

TREATMENT: Front: Paint; Rear cover: Paint (All paints are Pioneer original colors)

For packaging information, refer to “3.3.2 Unpacking” (pg. 21).

(Unit: mm)

: center of gravity

 

30

TOP VIEW

 

1470

122.4

1372

 

1318.6

71.7

 

66.05

741.9

782

880

1513

390

 

 

LED

IR

45

 

 

7.5

7.5

61.7

LEFT SIDE VIEW

 

592.5

 

 

 

 

RIGHT SIDE VIEW

141.9

98

402.8

 

 

 

360

51

42

38 28

BOTTOM VIEW

99.3

45

367.8

12

 

17

850

500

8

REAR VIEW

<Main Unit Operation Panel>

109

98

30.3

<Connection panel>

367.8

402.8

External Dimensions

<Light Sensor for the remote/ambient light

sensor/indicator>

IR

LED

ø10

10.5

ø

2

 

135

150

17

 

 

45

 

99.3

1212 28

38

42

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

51

360

98

 

141.9

9

Controls and Connectors

2.3 Controls and Connectors

Main unit

3

Main unit

Operation panel on the main unit

STANDBY/ON

MENU

DISPLAY

INPUT SCREEN SIZE – VOL +

/ SET

 

 

 

 

 

4 506 7 8 9

2 1

Main unit

1 Remote control sensor

Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate the unit.

2 STANDBY/ON indicator

When the unit is operating: The indicator lights green.

When flashing, the light indicates an error.

The indicator flashes green once per second when the [POWER MGT.] function is operating.

When the unit is in Standby, the indicator lights red. When flashing, the light indicates an error.

3 Handles

Operation panel on the main unit

4 STANDBY/ON button ()

Press to put the display in Standby or into operation.

5 MENU button

Press to open and close the on-screenmenu.

6 DISPLAY/SET button

Use to confirm on-screenmenu selections and to change settings.

When not in use by on-screenmenus, press to display the current set status.

7 INPUT () button

Except when menu screen is displayed, this button can change the input.

8 SCREEN SIZE () button

Except when menu screen is displayed, this button can change the screen size.

9VOL +/– (}/]) buttons

When not in use for by on-screenmenus, these buttons can adjust the sound volume.

0 Functional lock button (concealed button)

This button is used to switch between permitted and blocked operation of the control panel and the remote control. It can also set the input function memory.

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