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3. Press the base into the column until it locks in position.
Figure 3-2 Attaching the Base
4. Lift the monitor to an upright position and place on a flat, stable surface.
Figure 3-3 Monitor in upright position
Preparing the monitor for wall-mounting
1. Check the stability of the wall-mounting fixture.
WARNING! To reduce the risk of personal injury or of damage to the equipment,
check that the wall-mounting fixture is adequately installed and secured before
attaching the monitor. Refer to the instructions supplied with the wall-mounting fixture
and check that it is capable of supporting the monitor.
2. Disconnect the power cable and any other cables from the monitor.
3. Place the monitor face down on a flat, protected surface.
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4. Slide the base away from the bottom of the monitor.
Figure 3-4 Sliding the base away from the monitor
5. Four threaded holes are exposed. These holes are for screws to attach the swing
arm or other mounting fixture to the back of the monitor.
6. Follow the instructions included with the mounting fixture to ensure that the
monitor is safely attached. The four threaded holes that are on the back of the
panel are compliant with the VESA standard for mounting flat-panel monitors.
7. Attach a swing arm or other mounting fixture.
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ENWWConnecting Monitor Cables 7
Connecting Monitor Cables
Connecting the VGA (Analog) Cable or DVI-D (Digital) Cable
Use a VGA video cable or a DVI-D cable to connect your monitor to your computer. To
use DVI, you must have a DVI-compliant graphic card. Connectors are located on the
back of the monitor. Be sure the computer and monitor are turned off and unplugged.
1. To connect the VGA cable
Connect one end of the VGA video cable to the back of the monitor and the other end
to the VGA video connector on the computer.
2. To connect the DVI-D cable (provided with select models)
Connect one end of the DVI-D video cable to the back of the monitor and the other
end to the DVI-D video connector on the computer. You can use this cable only if your
computer has a DVI compliant graphics card installed. The monitor DVI-D connector
and cable are included.
Connecting the VGA or a DVI-D cable - connector locations may vary
NOTE: When using a VGA or DVI signal, you must connect your audio
separately because a VGA or DVI signal converts only video data, not audio data.
Connecting the Audio Cable (Select Models)
Connect the built-in monitor speakers to the computer by using the audio cable as
shown in the following illustration
Figure 3-6 connecting the Audio Cables - connector locations may vary
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High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP)
(Available on Select Models)
Your monitor supports HDCP and can receive high-definition content. High-definition
content is available in many sources, such as Blue-ray Disc devices or HDTV air or
cable broadcasts. If you do not have an HDCP-enabled monitor, you will see a blank
screen or a lower resolution picture when playing high-definition protected content.
Your computer graphics card and monitor must both support HDCP to display
Connecting the Power Cable
1. Follow all Electrical and Power Warnings
WARNING! To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to your equipment: Do
not disable the power cord grounding plug. The grounding plug is an important safety
Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet.
Be sure that the grounded power outlet you plug the power cord into is easily
accessible to the operator and located as close to the equipment as possible. A power
cord should be routed so that it is not likely to be walked on or pinched by items that
are placed upon it or against it.
Do not place anything on power cords or cables. Arrange them so that no one may
accidentally step on or trip over them. Do not pull on a cord or cable.
See"Technical Specification" (Appendix B) for additional information.
Figure 3-7 Connecting the power cable
2. Connect one end of the power cable to the monitor and the other end to a
grounded electrical outlet.
WARNING! To prevent injury from electrical shock, you should do one of the
following if a properly grounded electrical outlet is not available: (1) You should use an
electrical outlet adapter that provides proper grounding. (2) You should have a
properly grounded electrical outlet installed.
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Adjusting the Tilt
For optimal viewing, adjust the screen tilt to your own preference, as follows:
1. Face the front of the monitor and hold the base so that you do not topple the
monitor while changing the tilt.
2. Adjust the tilt by moving the top edge of the monitor either toward or away from
you, without touching the screen.
Figure 3-8 Tilt adjustment