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Philips Professional and Business Solutions
User Manual 26HF7875
Contents Contents ................................................ 1 Installing a System SmartCard or System Box ......................................... 35 Introduction .......................................... 2 Diagnosing Basic Problems ............... 37 Kensington Security Slot ..................... 2 Appendix A – Multi Remote Controls Safety ..................................................... 3 Support ............................................... 39 Troubleshooting .
Introduction Kensington Security Slot Congratulations on your purchase and welcome to Philips! (if present) Your TV is equipped with a Kensington This manual contains information about how Security Slot, to prevent it from getting to install and operate your TV. stolen. An anti-theft Kensington lock has to be purchased separately. The Kensington lock is a plastic-coated steel cable with a If you still have problems after reading lock. One end has to be fixed to the opening this man
Safety 1. Two people are required to lift and 9. Do not touch any part of the TV, power carry a TV that weighs more than 25 lead, or aerial lead during lightning kilograms. Improper handling of the TV storms. can cause serious injury. 10. Do not leave the TV in stand-by mode 2. If you place the TV set on a solid surface, for an extended period of time. Instead, ensure the surface is level and that it can disconnect the TV from the mains. withstand the weight of the TV. 11. The TV set is alwa
Troubleshooting If you are experiencing problems, check this list of symptoms and suggested steps to take before requesting service. You may be able to solve the problem yourself. Note: Please be familiar with the commercial features as described in the TV installation. The effects of several of these features if not thoroughly understood might appear as faulty operation. Symptoms Possible Solutions Installation TV does not � Check the button on the left hand side of the remote respond
Troubleshooting Symptoms Possible Solutions Power TV cannot be � If you are using the POWER button of the remote control to switched on switch on the TV, note that button is only use to set the TV to stand-by mode. Use the Digit 0-9 or CH + / – buttons to switch on TV. � Check if YES is selected in the REMOTE CONTROL LOCK feature in SECURITY menu. Select NO to deactivate lock function (see page 23). � Check if ALL is selected in the KEYBOARD LOCK feature in SECURITY menu. Select NO to deac
Getting started How to switch your TV on Mounting the TV on a wall This TV is compatible with the VESA wall To switch the TV on, press the POWER mounting standard. Please contact your local key on the side controls. A green indicator electronics retailer for a VESA compliant light comes on and after a few seconds the bracket to wall mount this TV. screen lights up. Insert the cables into the TV before you If the TV set remains in stand-by mode, mount it on the wall. the indicator light re
Overview of TV Connectors and Controls 9 DATA 1 DATA 2 8 4 VGA In 3 15 10 2 1 EXT 4 EXT 3 11 12 13 14 Warning 10. EXT 1 (RGB) and EXT 2 (CVBS/ S-VIDEO) Do not connect any telephone cables or To connect peripheral equipment. equipment to Data 1 (RJ12) & Data 2 (RJ45) 11. TV Aerial connectors. To connect to the aerial plug. 12. Audio / Video Inputs (EXT 3) 1. . POWER To connect to video camera or To switch off the TV. camcorder. Only one video connection 2. - PROG
Remote Controls The following remote controls are applicable RC2573 is an optional remote control for to Philips Professional and Business Solutions Institutional TV / Professional and Business TV products. These can be used for setup Solutions features and SmartCard settings. It and configuration purposes. can be purchased separately. RC2886 POWER Guest Mode Remote Control RECALL TEXT SMART SLEEP CC GUEST Slide this button DCM 1 2 3 up to enter into SETUP 4 56 Guest mode. 7 8 9 or GUIDE R
Guest Remote Control Keys 1. Alarm On To activate the alarm function. Applicable to models with the clock 1 display. 9 2 2. Alarm Off To deactivate the alarm function. 3 Applicable to models with the clock 4 display. 5 3. Smart Sound 6 To select the predeﬁ ned sound settings. 7 4. Sleep To activate the sleep timer. Press the button repeatedly to increase count- down time. 5. Menu To call up or exit the menus when a System Box or System SmartCard is 8 installed. For stand alone installatio
Guest Remote Control Keys 10. Power To set the TV to stand-by mode. 10 11. PAY TV / INFO / RADIO 11 To access the ﬁ rst available Pay TV, Info or Radio channel. The + and – buttons allow you to access the next and previous programme. 12 12. Smart Picture 13 To select predeﬁ ned picture settings. 13. OK 14 To conﬁ rm a selection. 15 14. TV + / – To switch on TV. To select the next or previous 16 programme. 15. Mute To turn off or on sound. 17 16. 0 to 9 Digit keys To switc
Overview of TV Setup Main Menu / Sub-Menus SETUP ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, LANGUAGE ITALIANO COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION SP - SPI, SP - I2C, HM -LINK, SERIAL XPRESS, MULTI RC, SMART RC, OFF STORE > DCM TYPE GENERIC, NO SOURCE SWITCH NO. OF PROGRAMS TV 35 PAY TV 5 INFO 5 RADIO 5 STORE > PROGRAM INSTALL PROGRAM NO. TV 1, INFO 1, PAYTV, RADIO INPUT TUNER, AV1, AV2, SVIDEO, EXT3 CVBS, EXT3 SVIDEO, EXT4 CVI. VGA, HDMI1, HDMI 2, *CARD CVBS, *CARD-YC, *CARD EXT4 SYSTEM WEST EU, U
Overview of TV Setup Main Menu / Sub-Menus SETUP CONFIGURATION SWITCH ON / OSD > PICTURE / SOUND > SECURITY > CONTROL > VIDEO ADJUSTMENT > FEATURES > * CLOCK SETUP DISPLAY STANDBY > DISPLAY ON > TIME SETTING > TELETEXT TIME DOWNLOAD > DOWNLOAD PROGRAM > TIME OFFSET > BUZZER VOLUME > * CLOCK SETUP function is avaliable for certain models only. 12
Accessing the Setup Menu The following remote control commands Accessing TV Setup Menu using the are applicable to Philips Professional and Remote Control (RC2573) Business Solutions products. These can be used for setup and configuration purposes. 1. Slide the button to the SETUP location. Accessing TV Setup Menu using the Remote Control (RC2886) POWER RECALL TEXT SMART SLEEP 1. Press the Digit 0 -9 buttons to select a CC GUEST channel. DCM 1 2 3 SETUP 4 56 7 8 9 GUIDE RESET CH 0 2. Press
Installation A. Selecting the language COMMUNICATION You can select ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, COMMUNICATION OFF DEUTSCH or ITALIANO as your STORE > preferred language. ENABLE CARD SLOT YES DCM TYPE GENERIC � In the SETUP menu, press the > button repeatedly to select your preferred language. SETUP LANGUAGE ENGLISH COMMUNICATION > � Press the < or > button to select NO. OF PROGRAMS > PROGRAM INSTALL > SP - SPI, SP - I2C, HM - LINK or CONFIGURATION
Installation C. Defining the number of available Note: The total number of programmes you can deﬁ ne for TV, PAYTV, INFO channels and RADIO is 125. For example, if you This feature allows you to define the number deﬁ ne 50 programmes for TV, 30 for of available channels for TV, Pay TV, Info PAYTV and 20 for INFO, the number (Info Channel) and Radio. of programmes available for RADIO is 25. The total number of programmes allowed is 125. � In the SETUP menu, press the > button to highlig
Installation 2. Selecting an input source PROGRAM INSTALL PROGRAM NO. TV 1 � Press the > button to select INPUT TUNER INPUT. SYSTEM WEST EU FREQUENCY 559.2500 > � Press the < or > button repeatedly LABEL ( ) > STORE > to select the desired input source FINE TUNE 0 (TUNER, AV 1, AV 2, SVIDEO, MUTE NONE EXT 3 CVBS, EXT 3 SVIDEO, TELETEXT LANGUAGE WEST EU PROTECTION NO EXT 4 CVI, VGA, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, CARD-CVBS, CARD-YC or CARD EXT 4). � Pres
Installation 3. Selecting the TV system PROGRAM INSTALL Note: You can only select SYSTEM PROGRAM NO. TV 1 if TUNER is selected in the INPUT INPUT TUNER SYSTEM WEST EU source. FREQUENCY 559.2500 > LABEL ( ) > STORE > � Press the > button to select FINE TUNE 0 SYSTEM and press the > button MUTE NONE repeatedly to select the desired TELETEXT LANGUAGE WEST EU PROTECTION NO system (WEST EU, UK, EAST EU or FRANCE). � Press the > button repeatedly
Installation � Press the > button to move to 7. Muting the Audio or Video source the next character slot and continue to select the next character with the You can choose to mute the Audio or < or > button (maximum of 8 the Video source. characters). � Press the > button to select � Press the button to exit label MUTE. mode. � Press the > button repeatedly to � Press the > button to select STORE. select NONE, AUDIO or VIDEO. � Press the > button to store name. � Press the
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