Memories ) – Panasonic PanaSync E50 Manuel d'utilisation
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( Memories )
The display has two types of memory for display adjustments. The Preset Menrory stores the
factory settirigs. The User Memory stores adjustments determir>ed by the user. Both mem
ories retain settings for Horizontal size, Horizontal position. Vertical size, Vertical position.
Vertical pincushion and Trapezoid adjustments of the displayed image.
There are one (1) preset factory mode (precise setting) arxf six (6) factory reservation
modes (rough settings) that automatically control image size and centering when used
with video boards that support these settings. See Page 12 for Factory Timing
' Users may store up to seven different sets of adjustments f o r : Horizontal size.
Horizontal position. Vertical size. Vertical position, Vertical pincushion and Trapezoid
* If the user memory is full and a new set of adjustments is saved, the oldest
adjustments in user memory will be deleted.
■ When the user timing is input, the Vertical, Horizontal frequencies and sync polarities
of the signal are compared with the previous data stored in memory. The input signal
will be stored as a new data set if one of its parameters is different from the previous
• The new input signal must have a frequency difference greater than that shown in the
table below or a different sync, polarity from that of already stored. If the new timing
data includes frequency changes greater than those shown in the table below or sync,
polarity changes, a new user memory setting will be stored. If the frequency difference
is smaller than that of the chart and the sync, polarities are the same, the existing
settings will be retained.
Basse 30 kHz~± 10 kHz
Haute 61 kHz ± 10 kHz
Basse 50 Hz~± 12 Hz
Haute 120 Hz± 50 Hz
Please note if the timing does not meet the display specifications, the size and position
adjustment may not appear as desired. Be sure the horizontal and vertical timing are
within the monitor specification range. See Page 13: Timing charts and Page 4:
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