LL-T1815-H/B OUTLINE OF THE PRODUCT, NOMENCLATURE AND FUNCTION
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The DVI-I input connector pin
The monitor is based on the VESA DPMS*
and the DVI DMPM*
To activate the monitor's Power Management function, both the video
card and the computer must conform to the VESA DPMS standard and
the DVI DMPM standard.
*1 DPMS: Display Power Management Signalling
*2 DMPM: Digital Monitor Power Management
DDC (Plug & Play)
This monitor supports the VESA DDC (Display Data Channel) standard.
DDC is a signal standard for carrying out Plug & Play functions on the
monitor or PC. It transfers information such as degree of resolution
between the monitor and PC. You can use this function if your PC is
DDC compliant and if it is set so that it can detect the Plug & Play mon-
There are many varieties of DDC due to the differences between sys-
tems. This monitor works with DDC2B.
TMDS data 2-
Hot plug detection
TMDS data 2+
TMDS data 0-
TMDS data 2/4 shield
TMDS data 0+
TMDS data 0/5 shield
TMDS clock shield
TMDS clock +
TMDS data 1-
TMDS clock -
TMDS data 1+
Analogue red image signal
TMDS data 1/3 shield
Analogue green image signal
Analogue blue image signal
(with no audio
51W (with no audio input)
1. INPUT button:
To switch between the signals input termi-
nals. (Input terminal 1
Input terminal 2)
2. MENU button:
This button is used to pop-up, select and
close the OSD (On Screen Display) Menu.
This button is used to select menu options
when the OSD Menu is displayed.
When the OSD Menu is displayed:
These buttons are used to increase or
decrease the value of a selected option.
When the OSD Menu is not displayed:
These buttons are used to adjust backlight
brightness and speaker volume.
5. Power button
6. Power LED:
This L ED is lit g reen when in use a nd
orange when in power-saving mode.
Audio entering via the monitor and the
external device connected to the monitor
can be heard.
8. Headphone terminal:
Headphones (commercially available) can
be connected here.
9. Audio input terminal:
A computer’s audio output terminal can be
connected here. The audio cable included
should be used.
10. DVI-I input terminal:
The computer’s digital RGB output terminal
or analog RGB output terminal can be con-
Separately sold cables are necessary for
For a digital signal input: It can be con-
nected to a computer with a DVI-compatible
output terminal (DVI-D24 pin or DVI-I29 pin)
and which has SXGA output ability.
Depending on the computer to be con-
nected, correct display may or may not be
11. Analog RGB input
The an alo g s ign al c ab le i s c on ne cte d
here.The analog signal cable included
should be used.
12. Security lock anchor: By connecting a security lock (commercially
available) to the security lock anchor, the
monitor is fixed so that it cannot be trans-
The security slot works in conjunction with
Kensington Micro Saver Security Systems.
13. Power terminal
14. Main power switch
15. Ventilation openings: Note: Never block the ventilation openings
as this may lead to overheating inside the
monitor and result in malfunction.