PS48A Smart Stretched Display
Quick Start Guide
|1 AC In||Connects with the supplied power cord.|
|2 AC Switch||Switches the main power on/off.|
|Control Buttons||See “Control Buttons” for detailed information.|
|4 RS232 IN||Connects with the serial IO connector of a host device.
NOTE: From the tip to the terminal the plug sections are defined as TX / RX / Ground.
|5 IR IN||• Connects with an external IR extender cable.
• Connects with the IR OUT connector of another display to daisy chain the IR signal.IR signal.
NOTE: From the tip to the terminal the plug sections are defined as IR / VCC / LED / Ground.
|6 AUDIO OUT||Connects with external speakers with an amplifier or audio amplifier to output the audio that is supplied by the video source.
NOTE: Headphones and earphones are not supported.
|7 HDMI OUT||Connects with the HDMI IN connector of another display to daisy chain the audio/video broadcast on the displays.
NOTE: When interconnecting displays to create a daisy-chain configuration, use only the HDMI IN2 port as the input source on all the displays in the daisy chain.
|8 HDMI IN2||Connects with devices transmitting audio/video using the HDMI interface.|
|9 HDMI IN1||Connects with devices transmitting audio/video using the HDMI interface.|
|10 DP IN||Connects with devices transmitting audio/video using the DP (DisplayPort) interface.|
|11 USB||Connects with a flash drive to display digital media or update the display’s firmware.
NOTE: Use a flash drive with a maximum storage capacity of 512 GB for FAT32/NTFS formats.
|12 RS232 OUT||Connects with the RS232 IN connector of another display to daisy chain direct commands.|
|13 IR OUT||Connects with the IR IN connector of another display to daisy chain the IR signal with a pin-to-pin straight cable featuring three conductor sections.|
|LCD Size||48.5 inch|
|Resolution (pixels)||1920 x 360|
|Brightness (typ.) (cd/m2)||700|
|Contrast Ratio (typ.)||4000:1|
|Power Supply||AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz, 0.6A|
|Power Consumption (Watt @ AC 100V)||62W|
|Standby Power (Watt @ AC 100V)||< 0.5W|
|Signal Input||HDMI 2.0 x2, DP 1.2 x1, USB 2.0 x I
(plug and play)
|Signal Output||HDMI 2.0 out x1, Audio out x I|
|External Control||RS232 In x1, RS232 Out x I, IR Out x 1|
|Dimension||1232.4(H) x 249.6(V) x 45mm(D)|
|Net Weight (kg)||7.|
|Border Width (U/D/R/L) ) (mm)||9.9/9.9/9.9/9.9|
|Wall Mounting (mm)||100 x 600 (VESA)|
|OSD Control||RS232, keypad, IR|
Carrying the Display
When carrying the display, always carry it using both hands and with the LCD panel facing forward. DO NOT carry the display while putting pressure on the screen at the front of the chassis.
CAUTION: Avoid applying force or using sharp objects on the screen or the frame around the screen at all times.
Placing the Display
When placing the display, always keep the display upright or keep the screen face down as illustrated in the Setting Down the Display section. Never tilt the display towards the left, right or balanced on a single corner of the frame.
Setting Down the Display
When setting the display down, place the screen face down on a flat and stable surface covered by a protective sheet and a table cushion as shown in the illustration provided.
CAUTION: Never press or place anything on the back cover.
This may damage the internal parts of the display.
Declaration of Conformity
FCC Declaration of Conformity
47 CFR § 2.1077 Compliance Information
|Name of Responsible Party:||AU Optronics Corp. America|
|Address of Responsible Party:||37085 Grand River Ave.
Farmington, MI 48335 U. S. A.
|Contact Person:||Company Representative|
|Phone No.:||+1 408-518-8800|
|Fax No.:||+1 408-518-8123|
FCC Compliance Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
The back of the display is equipped with four screw-holes with dimensions of VESA mount 600 x 100mm. For installation, use four M6 screws to firmly secure a wall mount onto the display (length: at least 27mm, maximum 30mm, maximum torque: 16 kgf.cm).
Controlling The Display
|1 MENU||• Displays the On Screen Display (OSD) menu.
• In the sub-menu, confirms the item selected in the OSD menu and
return to the previous menu.
|2 SOURCE||• Switches the video input source ([HDMI1], [HDMI2], [DP]).
• Accept the changes made in the OSD menu.
|3 Plus ( + )||• Increases the volume of the display.
• Moves the selection right or increase the values in the OSD menu.
|4 Minus ( – )||• Decreases the volume of the display.
• Moves the selection left or decrease the values in the OSD menu.
|5 Up ( )||• Moves the selection in the OSD menu up.
• Plays media files.
|6 Down ( )||Moves the selection in the OSD menu down.|
|7 Power ( )||Switches the power on/off.
• This button does not work when the power switch is off.
• It takes about 10 seconds to power on the display.
|1 POWER||Switches the power on/off.
NOTE: It takes about 10 seconds to power on the display.
|2 MENU||• Displays the OSD menu.
• In the sub-menu, confirms the item selected in the OSD menu and return to the previous menu.
|3||Plays the previous media file.|
|4  /  Up / Down /
 /  Left / Right
|Moves the selection in the OSD menu.|
|5 SLIDE SHOW||Displays input source information.|
|6 EXIT||Exits the current menu.|
|7 Number Pad||Inputs numbers.|
|8 MUTE||Silences the audio from the display.
NOTE: Once the audio is silenced by the MUTE button, the display will remain mute even after it is powered off and then on by the AC switch, or disconnected and then re-connected to the AC power.
|9||• Plays the media file.
• Pauses playback of the media file.
|10||Stops playback of the media file.|
|11||Plays the next media file.|
|12 ENTER||Accepts the settings made in the OSD menu.|
|13 SOURCE||Switches the video input source. Use the  or  buttons to directly select [HDMI1], [HDMI2], [DP].|
|14 Hot Keys||• F1: Creates a playlist for the media files that have been selected.|
|15 VOL||Adjusts the display’s volume ([+] to increase, [-] to decrease).
NOTE: If the remote control is not working, replace the batteries with new ones and make sure that they are correctly inserted: Place two 1.5V AAA batteries matching the (+) and (–) signs to the (+) and (–) indications of the battery compartment.
- The remote control should use only carbon-zinc or alkaline batteries. Using an incorrect battery type can create a risk of explosion.
- Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions provided.
- To reduce the risk of fire or burns, DO NOT disassemble, crush, or puncture the batteries. DO NOT short circuit the contacts. DO NOT dispose of the batteries in fire or water.
Documents / Resources
|mkt PS48A Smart Stretched Display [pdf] User Guide|
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