Sharp TL-M4600 user manual

User manual for the device Sharp TL-M4600

Device: Sharp TL-M4600
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Date of adding : 2014-03-03 17:01:59
Number of pages: 41
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LCD MONITOR
MODEL
TL-M5200
TL-M4600
SETUP MANUAL
RS-232C Specifications and Commands .......... 2 Default Gateway Setting ([3]Default Gateway) .... 26
Setting up the Monitor Network Environment .... 10 User Name Setting ([4]User Name) ..................... 26
1. Connecting the Monitor to a Computer ............ 11 Password Setting ([5]Password) .......................... 27
2. Setting an IP Address for the Computer .......... 12 RS-232C Baud Rate Setting
3. Setting up a Network Connection for th

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands Computer control A computer can be used to control the monitor by connecting an RS-232C serial control cable (cross type, commercially available) to the monitor. (See page 20 of the monitor’s operation manual for connection.) Communication conditions Set the serial port settings of the computer to match that of the table. Signal format: Conforms to RS-232C standard. Parity bit: None Baud rate*: 9,600 bps / 115,200 bps Stop bit: 1 bit Data length: 8 bits Flow c

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands Commands Example: When turning on the monitor, make the following setting. Computer Monitor → PO W R __ _ 1 OK ← RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) Power Power On P O W R _ _ _ 1 OK OK or ERR Power Off P O W R _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR OK Power Status P O W R ? ? ? ? 1 0 Monitor Condition Monitor Condition T A B N _ _ _ 1 0: Normal 0: Normal 1: Temp High, 32: Backlight 1: Temp High, 32: Backlight Ignition Failure Ignition

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) Resize COMPUTER 2 Normal (Computer) R B S R _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR Full R B S R _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR ERR Dot By Dot(Computer) / R B S R _ _ _ 3 OK or ERR ERR Normal(Video) S.Stretch(Video) R B S R _ _ _ 4 OK or ERR ERR Cinema16:9(Video) R B S R _ _ _ 5 OK or ERR ERR Cinema14:9(Video) R B S R _ _ _ 7 OK or ERR ERR Zoom14:9(Video) R B S R _ _ 1 2 OK o

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) COMPUTER 2 INPUT AV Mode Standard R B P S _ _ 1 0 OK or ERR ERR Presentation R B P S _ _ 1 1 OK or ERR ERR Movie R B P S _ _ 1 2 OK or ERR ERR Game R B P S _ _ 1 3 OK or ERR ERR sRGB R B P S _ _ 1 4 OK or ERR ERR OPC Off R B O C _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR ERR On R B O C _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR On(Display) R B O C _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR ERR Backlight -16 – +16 R B B L _ * * * OK or ERR E

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) HDMI INPUT AV Mode Standard R D P S _ _ 1 0 OK or ERR ERR Presentation R D P S _ _ 1 1 OK or ERR ERR Movie R D P S _ _ 1 2 OK or ERR ERR Game R D P S _ _ 1 3 OK or ERR ERR sRGB R D P S _ _ 1 4 OK or ERR ERR OPC Off R D O C _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR ERR On R D O C _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR On(Display) R D O C _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR ERR Backlight -16 – +16 R D B L _ * * * OK or ERR ERR Con

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) VIDEO INPUT AV Mode Standard _ _ 1 0 OK or ERR V B P S ERR Presentation _ _ 1 1 OK or ERR V B P S ERR Movie _ _ 1 2 OK or ERR V B P S ERR Game _ _ 1 3 OK or ERR V B P S ERR OPC Off _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR V B O C ERR On _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR V B O C ERR On(Display) _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR V B O C ERR Backlight -16 – +16 _ * * * OK or ERR V B B L ERR Contrast 0 – +40 _ * * * OK or ERR V

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) Video System AUTO M E S Y _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR PAL M E S Y _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR ERR SECAM M E S Y _ _ _ 3 OK or ERR ERR NTSC4.43 M E S Y _ _ _ 4 OK or ERR ERR NTSC3.58 M E S Y _ _ _ 5 OK or ERR ERR PAL_60 M E S Y _ _ _ 8 OK or ERR ERR Background Selection Blue I M B G _ _ _ 3 OK or ERR ERR None I M B G _ _ _ 4 OK or ERR ERR LED Off L E D S _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR ERR On L E D S _ _ _ 1 OK

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RS-232C Specifications and Commands RETURN CONTROL CONTENTS COMMAND PARAMETER Standby mode Power ON (Mode 1, Mode 2) P&P Main Select Left *2 P O T M _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR Right *2 P O T M _ _ _ 2 OK or ERR ERR ALL Reset A L R E _ _ _ 1 OK or ERR ERR Sleep Timer Sleep Timer O F T M _ _ * * OK or ERR ERR 0–12 Multi Screen *3 Status W A L S _ _ _ 0 OK or ERR ERR Off W A L S 0 2 0 1 OK or ERR ERR 2x1 W A L S 0 3 0 1 OK or ERR ERR 3x1 W A L S 0 4 0 1 OK or ERR ERR 4x1 W A L S 0 2 0 2 OK or ERR ERR 2

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment This section describes the basic procedure for using the monitor via the network. If the network is already constructed, the monitor’s network settings may need to be changed. Please con- sult your network administrator for assistance with these settings. You can make network settings both on the monitor and on the computer. The following procedure is for making settings on the computer. Network settings on the computer 1. Connecting the monitor to a co

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment 1. Connecting the Moni- tor to a Computer Establishing a one-to-one connection from the monitor to a computer. Using a LAN cable (Cat- egory 5, cross-over type) you can configure the monitor via the computer. 1 Disconnect the computer’s LAN cable from the existing network. A LAN cable being connected to the network 2 Connect a LAN cable (a UTP cable, Category 5, cross-over type) to the monitor’s LAN ter- minal and connect the other end of the cable to t

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment 2. Setting an IP Address for the Computer The following describes how to make settings ® in Windows Vista . 1 Log on the network using the administrator’s account for the computer. 2 Click “start”, and click “Control Panel”. 2 1 3 Click “View network status and tasks” of “Network and Internet”, and click “View sta- tus” in the new window. • This manual uses examples to explain the operations in Category View. If you are using Classic View, double-click

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment 5 Click “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”, and click the “Properties” button. 1 2 6 Confirm or change an IP address for the setup computer. 1 Confirm and note the current IP ad- dress, Subnet mask and Default gateway. Make sure to note the current IP ad- dress, Subnet mask and Default gate- way as you will be required to reset them later. 2 Set temporarily as follows : IP address : 192.168.150.3 Subnet mask : 255.255.255.0 Default gateway : (Do

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment 3. Setting up a Network Connection for the Monitor Settings for such items as the monitor’s IP ad- dress and subnet mask are compatible with the existing network. Set each item on the monitor as follows. (See page 38 of the monitor’s operation manual for setting.) DHCP Client : OFF IP Address : 192.168.150.002 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.000 1 Start Internet Explorer (version 5.0 or later) on the computer, and enter “http://192.168.150.2/ ” in “Address”,

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Setting up the Monitor Network Environment 4 The TCP/IP setting screen ap- pears, ready for network settings for the monitor. Items Setting example / Remarks DHCP Select “ON” or “OFF” to determine Client whether to use DHCP Client. IP Address You can set this item when “DHCP Client” is set to “OFF”. Factory default setting: 192.168.150.2 Enter an IP address appropriate for the network. Subnet You can set this item when “DHCP Mask Client” is set to “OFF”. Factory default setting: 255.255.255.0 Se

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Controlling the Monitor via LAN After connecting the monitor to your network, enter the monitor IP address in “Address” on Internet Explorer (version 5.0 or later) using a computer on the network to start a setup screen that will enable control of the monitor via the network. Controlling the Monitor Using Internet Explorer (Version 5.0 or later) Complete connections to external equipment before starting the operation. (See pages 16- Note 20 of the monitor’s operation manual.) • When connecting t

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Controlling the Monitor via LAN Confirming the Monitor Controlling the Monitor Status (Status) (Control) On this screen, you can perform monitor con- trol. You can control the following items : On this screen, you can confirm the monitor status. You can confirm the following items : ••••• Power ••••• Input Select ••••• MAC Address ••••• Volume ••••• Power ••••• AV Mute ••••• Condition ••••• Input ••••• Signal Info Note ••••• Serial Number •If you click the “Refresh” button before the screen is d

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Controlling the Monitor via LAN Setting and Adjusting the Setting the Security Monitor (Settings & Adjustments) (Network – Security) Example: “Picture” screen display for COMPUTER On this screen, you can make settings relat- ing to security. On these screens, you can make monitor set- tings or adjustments. You can set or adjust Items Description the following items : User Name Setting of user name for security protection. ••••• Closed Caption ••••• AV Mode Password Setting of password for •••••

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Controlling the Monitor via LAN Making General Settings Setting for Sending E-mail for the Network (Network - when an Error Occurs General) (Mail – Originator Settings) On this screen, you can make general settings On this screen, you can make settings for relating to the network. sending e-mail to report when the monitor has generated an error. Items Description Monitor Setting the monitor name. Items Setting example / Remarks Name SMTP Setting an SMTP server Auto Setting the time interval in S

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Controlling the Monitor via LAN Setting Error Items and Setting Error Items and Destination Addresses to the URL that are to be which E-mail is to be Sent Displayed when an Error when an Error Occurs Occurs (Service & Support – (Mail – Recipient Settings) Access URL) On this screen, you can input e-mail destina- On this screen, you can make settings of the tions to which error notification (error items) URL and error items that are to be displayed e-mails are sent. when the monitor has generated


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