Display functions - TH-42LF25
In order to lower power consumption, a sensor detects the ambient lighting and automatically adjusts the backlight brightness to match the viewing environment. Power consumption can also be reduced by lowering the screen brightness.
• Power Management
Power is automatically turned on or off in response to a sync signal from the equipment connected to the built-in PC* input terminal.
• Auto Power Off
When you’re using a device connected to the terminals, the display panel goes into standby mode after about 10 minutes if no sync signal is received.
• Standby Power Save Mode
Reduces power consumption when on standby.
* DPMS compliant
You can prevent operating errors in public places by making tamper-resistant settings in advance.
|Maximum Volume Level : Sets the maximum sound volume.|
|Button Lock : Restricts the button operations for the display.|
|Remote User Level : Restricts the key operations for the remote control.|
The screen saver reduces the possibility of afterimages or image retention that can occur when displaying still images with constant, unchanging brightness for long periods of time. The Auto Power Off setting can also be set to automatically turn the power off when the screen saver operation ends.
Remote System Monitoring
The status of the display, such as the power supply, input signal, display temperature and accumulated hours of use, can be remotely monitored via an RS-232C interface. This enables a quicker response to problems when operating systems for advertising purposes or information display.
Power Restore Mode
When the power plug has been removed and re-inserted, or when the power has temporarily gone off due a power outage, the display can be set to turn its own power back on once the power supply has been restored.
Power-On Delay Function
For video walls and other multi-unit applications, this function automatically shifts the power-on time slightly for each display unit in the system, so there's less load on the power supply.
Multi-Screen System Dynamically Displays Images in Large Spaces
The Multi-Display function enlarges images up to five times their original size, both vertically and horizontally. It enlarges images by the same zoom ratio in both vertical and horizontal directions, such as 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 and 5x5, or by different ratios in order to effectively use vertically or horizontally elongated spaces. LCD display versatility can be further enhanced by freely selecting the zoom ratio to match the installation space.
* Some degradation occurs when images are enlarged.
* Provide an appropriate air-conditioned environment because the ambient temperature varies depending on the installation condition and location.
Seam Hides Video Mode
When this mode is turned off, a full-screen image of the display panel, including edges (the entire width of the frame), is displayed. This is especially suitable for displaying text information, since no words are hidden by the frame. The image areas that are hidden by borders can be adjusted in both vertical and horizontal directions.
Automatic Picture Positioning
Simply press the Auto Setup key on the remote control to position the picture. This function automatically corrects the horizontal and vertical picture positions, the Clock Phase, and the Dot Clock when an RGB signal is input. The adjustment results in optimal standard values for horizontal and vertical picture sizes.
* When digital RGB signal input, Dot Clock and Clock Phase cannot be made.
1:1 Pixel Mode
The 1:1 Pixel mode maps the 1920 × 1080 video content to full-HD panel pixels to display 100% of the original content. By skipping the scaling process, this mode is able to produce high-definition images in their original, 1:1 pixel form.
* Compatible signal format: 1,125/50i, 60i, 24sF, 24p, 25p, 30p, 50p, 60p, 1,250/50i
4x Digital Zoom
This function lets you enlarge a portion of an image up to four times its normal size and display it on the full screen. This function can help give presentations greater impact.
*Digital Zoom does not work in Multi Display or Dual Picture mode.
*Some degradation occurs when images are enlarged.