Philips 227E3Q user manual

User manual for the device Philips 227E3Q

Device: Philips 227E3Q
Size: 1,29 MB
Date of adding : 2013-09-24 16:36:25
Number of pages: 41
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227E3Q
www.philips.com/welcome
EN User manual 1
Customer care and warranty 28
Troubleshooting & FAQs 33

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Table of Contents 1. Important ................................................1 1.1 Safety precautions and maintenance ...1 1.2 Notational Descriptions .............................2 1.3 Disposal of product and packing material ................................................................3 2. Setting up the monitor .........................4 2.1 Installation ...........................................................4 2.2 Operating the monitor ...............................6 2.3 Remove Bas

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1. Important  Please use approved power cord provided 1. Important by Philips all the time. If your power cord is missing, please contact with your local This electronic user’s guide is intended for service center. (Please refer to Customer anyone who uses the Philips monitor. Take time Care Consumer Information Center) to read this user manual before you use your  Do not subject the monitor to severe monitor. It contains important information and vibration or high impact conditions

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1. Important  Temperature: 0-40°C 32-95°F 1.2 Notational Descriptions  Humidity: 20-80% RH The following subsections describe notational  IMPORTANT: Always activate a moving conventions used in this document. screen saver program when you leave your monitor unattended. Always activate Notes, Cautions and Warnings a periodic screen refresh application Throughout this guide, blocks of text may be if your monitor will display unchanging accompanied by an icon and printed in bold or s

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1. Important Recycling Information for Customers 1.3 Disposal of product and packing Your display is manufactured with high quality material materials and components which can be Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment- recycled and reused. WEEE To learn more about our recycling program please visit www.philips.com/about/sustainability/ recycling. This marking on the product or on its packaging illustrates that, under European Directive 2002/96/EC governing used electrical and electroni

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2 0 1 1 K o n i n k l i j k e P h i l i p s E l e c t r o n i c s , N . V . A l l r i g h t s r e s e r v e d . U n a u t h o r i z e d d u p l i c a t i o n i s a v i o l a 2. Setting up the monitor Install base stand 2. Setting up the monitor 1. Place the monitor face down on soft and smooth surface taking care to avoid scratching or damaging the screen. 2.1 Installation Package contents Q Register your product and get support at 227E3 www.philips.com/welcome Quick

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2. Setting up the monitor Connecting to your PC Connect to PC 1. Connect the power cord to the back of Model 227E3Q: the monitor firmly. 2. Turn off your computer and unplug its power cable. 3. Connect the monitor signal cable to the video connector on the back of your 4 computer. 4. Plug the power cord of your computer and your monitor into a nearby outlet. 5. Turn on your computer and monitor. If the AC power input monitor displays an image, installation is VGA input complete.

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2. Setting up the monitor Model 227E3QPH: 2.2 Operating the monitor 5 762 4 3 Switch monitor’s power ON and OFF. Access the OSD menu. Return to previous OSD level. Front view product description Set the sensor level for backlight Model 227E3Q: automatic control. Adjust the OSD menu. 5 Change the signal input source. SmartImage Lite. There are three 762 4 3 modes to be selected: Standard, Internet and Game. Switch monitor’s power ON and OFF. Access the OSD menu. Return to previous

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2. Setting up the monitor Description of the On Screen Display reference when you want to work your way around the different adjustments later on. What is On-Screen Display (OSD)? Main menu Sub menu On-Screen Display (OSD) is a feature in all Power Sensor Philips LCD monitors. It allows an end user to On 0~4 Off adjust screen performance or select functions (available for selective models) of the monitors directly through an on-screen VGA Input instruction window. A user friendly on screen

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2. Setting up the monitor Resolution notification 2.3 Remove Base Stand This monitor is designed for optimal Remove the Base Stand performance at its native resolution, 1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz. When the monitor is powered Before you start disassembling the monitor on at a different resolution, an alert is displayed base, please follow the instructions below to on screen: Use 1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz for best avoid any possible damage or injury. results. 1. Place the monitor face down on a smooth

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3. Image Optimization 3. The SmartImage Lite on screen display 3. Image Optimization will remain on screen for 5 seconds or you can also press OK button to make confirmation. 3.1 SmartImage Lite 4. When SmartImage Lite is enabled, the sRGB scheme is disabled automatically. To What is it? use sRGB you need to disable SmartImage SmartImage Lite provides presets that Lite with the button at the front bezel optimize display for different types of content, of your monitor. dynamically adju

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3. Image Optimization  Follow the instruction and complete the 3.2 SmartContrast installation. What is it?  You can launch after installation is Unique technology that dynamically analyzes completed. displayed content and automatically optimizes  If you want to launch later, you can either a LCD monitor's contrast ratio for maximum click the shortcut on desktop or toolbar. visual clarity and viewing enjoyment, stepping up backlighting for clearer, crisper and brighter images or dim

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3. Image Optimization Start with Standard pane: Adjust menu:  Adjust Menu allow you to adjust Brightness, Contrast, Focus, Position and Resolution.  You can follow the instruction and do the adjustment.  Cancel prompts user if you want to cancel installation. 11

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3. Image Optimization Color menu:  Color Menu allow you to adjust RGB, Black Level, White Point, Color Calibration, and SmartImage Lite (Please refer to SmartImage Lite section).  You can follow the instruction and do the adjustment.  Refer to below table for sub-menu item base on your input.  Example for Color Calibration: 1. "Show Me" starts color calibration tutorial. 2. Start - starts the 6-step color calibration sequence. 3. Quick View loads the before/after images. 4. To

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3. Image Optimization First color Calibration Screen:  Previous button is disabled until the second color screen.  Next goes to the succeeding target (6-targets).  Final next goes File>Presets pane.  Displays current preference settings.  A checked box enables the feature. The  Cancel closes the UI and returns to the check box is a toggle. plug in page.  Enable Context Menu on desktop is SmartImage Lite checked (On) by default. Enable Context Allows user to change setti

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3. Image Optimization menu. On a non-supported display capable of Help>User Manual - Will only be active when DDC/CI, only the Help and Options tabs are selecting User Manual from the drop-down available. All other SmartControl Lite tabs are Help menu. On a non-supported display not available. capable of DDC/CI, only the Help and Options tabs are available.  Display the Source instruction pane and Help>Version - Will only be active when current input source setting. selecting Version fr

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3. Image Optimization Context Sensitive menu  Technical Support - displays the tech support page. The Context Sensitive menu is Enabled by default. If Enable Context Menu has been  Check for Update - takes the user to PDI checked in the Options>Preferences pane, then Landing and checks the user's version the menu will be visible. against the most current available.  About - Displays detailed reference information: product version, release information, and product name.  Exit - C

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4. PowerSensor 4. PowerSensor™ (Available for model 227E3QPH only) PowerSensor is a unique environmentally friendly technology from Philips which enables user to save up to 80% of power consumption. In line with Philip’s Sense and Simplicity Promise, this user friendly technology works for you right out of the box without any hardware or software installation, and without any user intervention in the default mode. How does it work?  PowerSensor works on principle of transmission and recept

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4. PowerSensor Power Sensor 3 How to adjust settings If PowerSensor is not operating correctly inside or outside the default range, here’s how to fine-tune detection:  Press the PowerSensor hot key.  You will find the default position ‘3’ on the adjustment bar.  Adjust the PowerSensor detection adjustment to Setting 4 and press OK.  Test the new setup to see if PowerSensor properly detects you in your current position. Note A manually selected PowerSensor mode will remai

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        5. Technical Specifications Picture/Display Monitor Panel Type TFT-LCD Backlight LED Panel Size 21.5" W (54.6cm) Aspect Ratio 16:9 Pixel Pitch 0.248 x 0.248 mm Brightness 250 cd/m² SmartContrast 20,000,000:1 Contrast Ratio (typ.) 1000:1 Response Time (typ.) 14ms Optimum Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz Viewing Angle 178° (H) / 178° (V) @ C/R > 10 Picture Enhancement SmartImage Lite Display Colors 16.7M Vertical Refresh Rate 56Hz - 76Hz Horizontal Frequency 30kHz - 83


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