- 10. Is temperature a matter of concern in LCDs? Open
ECO sensor detects users' presence in front of the monitor within the set range. If the sensor detects no presence, the monitor is turned off in 40 seconds to save power. If the monitor is turned off by the ECO sensor, the power button flashes in green. If the ECO sensor detect no presence for over 2 hours, the monitor will be powered off. Press the power button to turn on the monitor.
P stands for “preset mode” and is the preferred setting. NP is ""Non Preset"" mode that the monitor supports and image can be displayed. FS: Fail Save Mode. The image can still be displayed but may not be able to displayed correctly because it’s out of range. ""Out of Range"" will be shown. O: Out of Range. The monitor does not support, and no picture would be shown. Therefore, the resolution with P is the preferred setting.
The monitor will only go to standby mode if no signal applied from PC. You can adjust power plan in Control Panel, under Power Options.
For smart panel, the IF BD is laid inside the panel. After replacing the panel, you still need to load IF BD FW in order to get the monitor function.
The difference between LCD & LED is backlight. LCD(CCFL backlight): Larger power consumption and with a stable light source. LED backlight: Environmental protection, energy saving(electricity cost saving), yellowish color gamut, not easy broken, CO2
A color model is an abstract mathematical model describing colors can be represented as color triangle in attached file, top is Green, left bottom is Blue and right bottom is Red. If color outsides this triangle, it will show gray. The bigger color gamut
ESD stands for electro-static discharge, it is arc or discharge of electrons between two surface when potential difference is great enough for discharge to take place. Because LCD is made mainly by non-conductive material such as glass and plastic, ESD ca
"It might be because the Graphic card (display card) has different setting for digital & Analog input. The user may try to upgrade the latest graphic card driver and adjust the brightness or contrast setting of the Graphic card."
The environmental requirements for the LCD monitor are: [Temperature]: Normal condition 0~40 degree Storage condition -20~60 degree [Humidity]: Normal condition (Maximum) 10%~90% Storage condition (Maximum) 10%~95%
Yes, since the LCDs are widely used, some of the applications will be in extreme weather conditions where a wide temperature range is required. Normally the wide temperature range for a TN type LCD is -30 ~ 75C (operation Temp.) and -30 ~ 70C (storage tem
No, W1300 does not support CEC.
No, QPresenter does not support Windows phones so far.
No, QCast does not support Windows phones so far.
No, receiver is not needed when using PointDraw Pen with MW870UST.
No. MH740 is “PJ Link compatible” and “LAN Control-Crestron eControl / RoomView compatible” (wired). It doesn’t support wireless Lan display.
It is compatibility problem between user's external hard disk and JM-251. Please contact BenQ local service center, we will suggest you proper solution.
It is compatibility problem between user's external hard disk and JM-250. Please contact BenQ local service center, we will suggest you proper solution.
Yes, it can be compatible.
Yes, you can remove the battery firstly and connect with power adaptor for long time recording.
It's USB2.0 and it's compatible with LT100.