Philips 21B582BH user manual

User manual for the device Philips 21B582BH

Device: Philips 21B582BH
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Table of Contents
21A582BH
21B582BH
GETTING STARTED ADVANCED CONTROLS WINDOW
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Rotary Default . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Moire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Description of Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Introduction and Safety Introduction • USB Bay at back of monitor is prepared for the Universal The Philips Brilliance 201P/201B color monitor displays sharp Serial Bus hub. You can easily and flexibly connect USB- and brilliant images of text and graphics with a maximum designed devices – such as a mouse or keyboard – to the resolution of 1800x1440(201P),1800x1350(201B) pixels. It is monitor for true Plug-and-Play function. USB hub sold optimal for Windows, CAD / CAM / CAE, desktop publishing,

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Description of Controls POWER Button – Turns the unit On and Off. TOP VIEW LED – Light Emitting Diode turns green when the monitor is on and at full power. FRONT VIEW RIGHT VIEW ON SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) button – Brings up the On Screen Display and helps you navigate through it. ROTARY Knob – Helps guide you through the On Screen Display. When not used with the OSD button, it adjusts the brightness. See page 12. CABLE COVER – Snaps onto the back of the monitor to conceal cable connections. (Cable

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Description of Controls PEDESTAL 0 0 11 5 PEDESTAL – With the built-in pedestal, you can tilt and swivel the monitor to 0 0 the most comfortable viewing angle. 90 90 To best use your monitor, always place it at eye level. ON SCREEN DISPLAY – Your monitor is preset at the factory. However, you can adjust it using the ON SCREEN DISPLAY button and the ROTARY knob described on page 2. The way to do so is through the On Screen Display (OSD). Below is a brief description of the six On Screen Display w

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Main Controls window Brightness Contrast Brightness Contrast To adjust your screen’s brightness, follow the steps below. To adjust your screen’s contrast, follow the steps below. Brightness is the overall intensity of the light coming from the Contrast is the difference between the light and dark areas on screen. A 50% brightness level is recommended. the screen. A 100% contrast level is recommended. Press the ON SCREEN Press the ON SCREEN 1 1 1 1 DISPLAY b

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Main Controls window Degauss Degauss To degauss your screen, follow the steps below. Degaussing removes electromagnetic build up that may distort the color on your screen. Press the ON SCREEN 1 1 DISPLAY button. MAIN CONTROLS main screen geometry EXIT color RESET advanced spec ial 1600x1200 106 . 3K / 85HZ Press the 2 2 MA I N CONTROL S ma i n s c r e e n ON SCREEN DISPLAY g e ome t r y EXIT c o l o r button. Next, RESET turn the ROTARY adv an c e d s p e

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Screen Size & Position window Horizontal Horizontal Full Size Full Size Position Position Full Size allows you to adjust the image on your screen to its Horizontal Position shifts the image on your screen either to maximum height and width. If nothing happens when you use the left or right. Use this feature if your image does not appear this feature, the image is already at full size. You can use Full Size to centered. both enable and disable this feature

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Screen Size & Position window Horizontal Horizontal V Ver ertic tical Position al Position Size Size V Ver ertic tical Size al Size Horizontal Size expands or contracts the image on your screen, Vertical Position adjusts the image on your screen either up or down. Use this feature if your image does pushing it out toward the left and right sides or pulling it in toward the center. not appear centered Vertical Size expands or contracts the image on your sc

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Color Temperature window 9300 K Cad/Cam / 6500 K DTP / 9300 K Cad/Cam / 6500 K DTP / 5500 K Photo Retouch 5500 K Photo Retouch Your monitor has three preset options you can choose from. One for Computer Aided Design (CAD) work. Two for Desktop Publishing (DTP). And three for Photo Retouch. When you select an option, the computer automatically adjusts itself for that selection. Press the ON SCREEN 1 1 DISPLAY button. MA I N CONTROLS ma i n

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Color Temperature window User Presets User Presets If you need to adjust any of the three preset options (CAD/CAM, DTP, or PHOTO RETOUCH), follow the steps below to modify the colors that appear on your screen. You can make individual adjustments to each of the preset options. Press the ON SCREEN 1 1 DISPLAY button. MA I N CONTROLS ma i n s c r een geome t r y EXIT c o l o r RESET advan c ed s pe c i a l 1600x1200 106 . 3K / 85HZ SER PRESETS 3 3 Press the

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Special Controls window How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Language POWER SAVING Language POWER SAVING POWER SAVING helps save energy when the monitor is on but not The ON SCREEN DISPLAY shows its settings in one of five being used. After a preset time, the monitor will go blank if not languages. The default is English, but you can select French, being used. To select POWER SAVING, follow the steps below. Spanish, German, or Italian. PRESS the ON SCREEN

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Special Controls window OSD Controls OSD Controls Video Input Video Input WITH OSD CONTROLS, you can set the time for the On Screen VIDEO INPUT helps determine what you see on the screen. It is Display to time out, and change the vertical and horizontal set at 0.7V(olts), but if the video input signal is different than position of the OSD on the monitor screen. the output signal, you may want to change it to 1.0V. Press the ON SCREEN 1 Press the ON SCREEN 1

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) ADVANCED Controls window moire moire Rotary Default Rotary Default MOIRE is a fringe pattern arising from the interference between ROTARY DEFAULT allows you to pick the feature your ROTARY knob two superimposed line patterns. To adjust your MOIRE, follow will default to when not used in adjusting your ON SCREEN the steps below. Note: Use only if necessary. By activating MOIRE, DISPLAY. The normal default is brightness. To select your ROTARY DEFAULT, sharpne

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) ADVANCED Controls window VER VERTIC TICAL LINEARITY AL LINEARITY CORNER CORRECTION CORNER CORRECTION Linearity is the degree with which the actual location of a pixel CORNER CORRECTION “squares up” the corners of an image on the on the screen corresponds with its intended location. To adjust screen To adjust your CORNER CORRECTION, follow the steps your VERTICAL LINEARITY, follow the steps below. below. Press the ON SCREEN Press the ON SCREEN 11 1 1 DISPL

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Geometry Controls window Pincushion, Balanced Pincushion, Pincushion, Balanced Pincushion, Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Rotation Trapezoid, Parallelogram, Rotation Follow the steps below to adjust any of the five preset options (PINCUSHION, BALANCED PINCUSHION, TRAPEZOID, PARALLELOGRAM, or ROTATION). You can make individual adjustments to each of the preset options. Note: use these features only when the picture is not square. Press the ON SCREEN 1 1 DISPLAY b

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How to Use the On Screen Display (OSD) Exit and Reset Exit & Reset from the Exit & Reset from the Exit & R Exit & Reset from eset from On Screen Display On Screen Display a window a window Choosing EXIT allows you to go to another window. Choosing RESET Exiting from the On Screen Display removes the On Screen Display returns all the settings in that window to factory presets. from the monitor screen. Resetting from the On Screen Display returns everything in all the windows to factory presets. T

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Additional Hook Up Options BNC and USB Set Ups BNC BNC Connections Connections BNC is another way to connect the monitor to the computer. This connection requires an optional BNC cable. It can be connected to either a Macintosh- or IBM-compatible computer. For those who work D-Sub/BNC with graphics or designs, this option may be better. Switch Note: Be sure to flip the D-SUB/BNC switch to BNC when using this connection. For an IBM-compatible computer: 1. Turn off the computer. H/H+V H/H+V VV R

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Additional information Power saving feature A Automa utomatic Power Sa tic Power Savings & vings & Preset R Preset Resol esolution Modes ution Modes If you have VESA's DPMS compliance display card or software installed in your PC, the monitor can automatically reduce its power consumption when not in use. If input from a keyboard, mouse, or other device is detected, the monitor automatically “wakes up.” The table directly below shows the power consumption and signalling of this automatic power-

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Additional Information Coming to Terms with this Book Specifications Specifications Pin Assignment Pin Assignment GENERAL The 15-pin D-sub connector (male) of the signal cable: CRT Screen size :21" (53.3 cm) flat & square Pin No. Assignment Viewable Image Size (VIS) :19.9" 1 Red video input Focusing method :Dynamic focus Dot pitch :0.22 mm (horizontal) 2 Green video input Phosphor :P22 or equivalent, medium short 3 Blue video input persistence 1 5 4 Identical output 6 Screen treatment :ARASC 10

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Additional Information What to Do if Something isn't Working T Troubleshooting roubleshooting Having trouble? Something not working? Before calling for help, try these suggestions. HAVING THIS PROBLEM? CHECK THESE ITEMS No Picture Make sure the Power cable is plugged in the wall and back of the monitor. (Power LED not lit) Power button on top of the monitor should be in the ON position. Disconnect the monitor from the power outlet for about one minute. No Picture Make sure the computer is turned


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