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[. . . ] 231P4 www. philips. com/welcome EN User manual Customer care and warranty Troubleshooting & FAQs 1 39 44 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  5 2. 3 Remove the Base Assembly for VESA Mounting  8 3. USB docking display Introduction  9 3. 1 How to operate USB docking display  9 4. Image Optimization  15 4. 1 4. 2 4. 3 4. 4 SmartImage  15 SmartContrast  16 Philips SmartControl Premium  16 SmartDesktop Guide  23 5. PowerSensor™  28 6. Technical Specifications  29 6. 1 Resolution & Preset Modes  31 7. Power Management  32 8. Regulatory Information  33 9. Customer care and warranty  39 9. 1 Philips’ Flat Panel Monitors Pixel Defect Policy  39 9. 2 Customer Care & Warranty  41 10. Troubleshooting & FAQs  44 10. 1 Troubleshooting  44 10. 2 USB docking display FAQs  45 10. 3 SmartControl Premium FAQs  46 10. 4 General FAQs  46 1. Important 1. Important This electronic user’s guide is intended for anyone who uses the Philips monitor. It contains important information and notes regarding operating your monitor. The Philips guarantee applies provided the product is handled properly for its intended use, in accordance with its operating instructions and upon presentation of the original invoice or cash receipt, indicating the date of purchase, dealer’s name and model and production number of the product. • Please use approved power cord provided by Philips all the time. [. . . ] Assesses the screen resolution and divides the display into two evenly sized horizontal regions, the bottom region is single, the top region is spilt into two evenly sized regionsFor 90 Partition 1&2 on right side Vertical Partition 3 on left side Vertical. For 270 Partition 1&2 on left side Vertical Partition 3 on right side Vertical. Assesses the screen resolution and divides the display into four evenly sized regions. Image Horizontal Split Bottom Even Split 27 5. • PowerSensor works on principle of transmission and reception of harmless “infrared” signals in order to detect userpresence. • When the user is in front of the monitor the monitor operates normally, at the predetermined settings that the user has set- i. e. Brightness, contrast, color, etc • Assuming that the monitor was set to 100% of brightness for example, when the user leaves his seat and is no longer in front of the monitor, the monitor automatically reduces the power consumption down to 80%. User present in front User not present is within 100 cm or 40 inches of the display, step up signal strength when wearing black or other dark clothes. Hot key Sensor distance Landscape/Portrait mode Above illustrations are for reference purpose only Watt Watt 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. • PowerSensor function is designed to work in Landscape mode (horizontal position) only. After PowerSensor turn on it, it will automatically turn Off if the monitor is used in Portrait mode (90 degree/vertical position); it will automatically turn ON if monitor is returned to its default Landscape position. Note A manually selected PowerSensor mode will remain operational unless and until it is readjusted or the default mode is recalled. If you find that the PowerSensor is excessively sensitive to nearby motion for some reason, please adjust to a lower signal strength. 28 Power consumption as illustrated above is for reference purpose only Setting Default settings At its default setting, (Setting 3), PowerSensor is designed to detect the presence of the user located between 30 and 100 cm (12 and 40 inches) from the display and within five degrees left or right of the monitor. Custom settings If you prefer to be in a position outside the perimeters listed above, choose a higher strength signal for optimal detection efficiency: The higher the setting, the stronger the detection signal. For maximum PowerSensor efficiency and proper detection, please position yourself directly in front of your monitor. • If you choose to position yourself more than 100 cm or 40 inches from the monitor use the maximum detection signal for distances up to 120 cm or 47 inches. (Setting 4) • Since some dark colored clothing tends to absorb infrared signals even when the user 6. Technical Specifications 6. Technical Specifications Picture/Display Monitor Panel Type Backlight Panel Size Aspect Ratio Pixel Pitch Brightness SmartContrast Contrast Ratio (typ. ) Response Time Optimum Resolution Viewing Angle Display Colors Vertical Refresh Rate Horizontal Frequency sRGB Connectivity Signal Input USB Input Signal (VGA only) Audio In/Out Convenience Built-in speaker User Convenience OSD Languages Other Convenience Plug & Play Compatibility Stand Tilt Swivel Pivot Height adjustment Power On Mode On Mode(ECO mode) Energy Consumption (EnergyStar 5. 0 test method) Normal Operation Sleep (Standby) Off(AC switch) TFT-LCD LED 23" W (58. 4cm) 16:9 0. 265 x 0. 265 mm 250 cd/m² 20, 000, 000:1 1000:1 5ms 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz 170° (H) / 160° (V) @ C/R > 10 16. 7M 56 Hz - 75 Hz 30 kHz - 83 kHz YES VGA( Analog), USB 3. 0 upstream (interface to notebook or PC) USB 2. 0×1, USB 3. 0×2 Separate Sync, Sync on Green MIC, headphone out, speaker 1. 5 W×2 English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Portuguese VESA mount(100×100mm), Kensington Lock DDC/CI, sRGB, Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OSX, Linux -5° / +20° -65° / +65° 90° 130mm 26. 2W (typ. ), 36. 9W (max. ) 15. 3W (typ. ) AC Input Voltage AC Input Voltage at 100VAC , 50Hz at 115VAC , 60Hz 24. 2W (typ. ) 24. 3W (typ. ) 0. 1W (typ. ) 0. 1W (typ. ) 0W (typ. ) 0W (typ. ) 29 AC Input Voltage at 230VAC , 50Hz 24. 9W (typ. ) 0. 1W (typ. ) 0W (typ. ) 6. Technical Specifications Heat Dissipation* Normal Operation Sleep (Standby) Off Power LED indicator PowerSensor Power Supply Dimensions Product with stand (WxHxD) Product without stand (WxHxD) Weight Product with stand Product without stand Product with packaging Operating Condition Temperature range (operation) Temperature range (Non-operation) Relative humidity MTBF Environmental ROHS EPEAT Packaging Specific Substances EnergyStar Compliance and standards Regulatory Approvals Cabinet Color Finish Note AC Input Voltage AC Input Voltage AC Input Voltage at 100VAC , 50Hz at 115VAC , 60Hz at 230VAC , 50Hz 82. 59 BTU/hr 82. 94 BTU/hr 84. 98 BTU/hr 0. 341 BTU/hr 0. 341 BTU/hr 0. 341 BTU/hr 0 BTU/hr 0 BTU/hr 0 BTU/hr On mode: White, Standby/Sleep mode: White (blinking) 5. 2W (typ. ) Built-in, 100-240VAC, 50-60Hz 547. 4 x 515. 3 x 223. 0 mm 547. 4 x 343. 1 x 60. 1 mm 5. 3 kg 3. 1 kg 7. 6 kg 0°C to 40 °C -20°C to 60°C 20% to 80% 30, 000hrs YES Gold (www. epeat. net) 100% recyclable 100% PVC BFR free housing Yes CE Mark, FCC Class B, SEMKO, UL/cUL, BSMI, GOST, PSB, TCO Certified Edge, TUV-GS, TUV-ERGO, WEEE, Energy Star, C-tick, Ukraine EMC, CCC, CECP Black/Silver Texture 1. EPEAT Gold or Silver is valid only where Philips registers the product. Go to www. philips. com/support to download the latest version of leaflet. 30 6. Technical Specifications 6. 1 Resolution & Preset Modes Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (analog input) 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (digital input) Recommended Resolution 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz (digital input) H. [. . . ] With settings in the 5000K range the panel appears "warm, with a red-white color tone", while a 11500K temperature yields "cool, bluewhite toning". 2. sRGB: This is a standard setting for ensuring correct exchange of colors between different device (e. g. Your computer may ask you for monitor drivers (. inf and . icm files) or a driver disk when you first install your monitor. Follow the instructions to insert the companion CD-ROM included in this package. [. . . ]

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