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ANALOG RGB INPUT

This booklet is prepared for the Analog RGB Input function, provided as the optional function of V610T. The analog RGB input function displays the PC screen on V610T by connecting V610T to a PC via the connector (CN3).

Pin Arrangement [High-density D-sub 15-pin connector (female)]


Input signal 1 Video signal (Red) Video signal (Green) Video signal (Blue) NC Ground Ground Ground Ground NC Ground NC NC Horizontal synchronization signal Vertical synchronization signal NC

5 10 15

1 6 11

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Input Signal Specifications


Resolution Colors Vertical synchronous frequency Input amplitude Major signal examples 640 x 480 dots Max. 262,144 60 Hz 0.7 Vp-p 640 x 400 dots Max. 262,144 24.9 kHz 56 Hz 0.8 Vp-p 720 x 350 dots Max. 262,144 31.5 kHz 70 Hz 0.7 Vp-p BIOS screen

Horizontal synchronous frequency 31.5 kHz

Windows screen PC9801 PC/AT compatible

Signals not indicated above cannot be input and displaying them on the V610T screen is not possible. To display the Windows screen, it is necessary to set the refresh rate to 60 Hz. An example of refresh rate setting procedure is shown below. Display the control panel by [Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel]. In the dialog, double click the [Display] icon, then display the [Refresh Rate] item by [Display Properties] -> [Settings] -> [Advanced] -> [Adapter]. Set 60 (Hz) for this item. Note that the procedure for displaying the refresh rate setting item differs depending on the PC you are using. Please refer to the Users Guide of your PC for details of the setting procedure. If the cable connecting V610T (connector: CN3) to a PC is long, the display may vibrate due to noise. To eliminate adverse affect of noise, it is recommended to attach a ferrite core to the connection cable. 1

Screen Adjustment
Screen adjustment is necessary since RGB output frequency of the Windows screen, the BIOS screen, and the DOS screen may differ from each other for some PCs. If only one kind of output frequency is used, setting may be made for either Setting 1 or Setting 2. Adjustment procedure 1. Display the Main Menu screen.

Main Menu System Information

V610T22
FONT VER.1.000/1.020/1.000 JAPANESE 32

1998- 9- 1

7 : 23 : 30

SYSTEM PROG. VER.1.420

I/F DRV VER. 1.200 MELSEC AnA/N/U

Screen Data Information Size : 786432

PLC Type: MITSUBISHIAnA/N/U series Comment:

Error: Stop Time-Out: 0.50 sec Retry: 3 Baud Rate: 19200 Data Length: 7 Stop Bit: 1 Parity: Even Send Delay: 0msec

Connection: 1 : 1 Signal Level: RS232C PLC Stat.No.: 0

RGB Adjustment

Editor : MJ1

Memory Card

I/O Test

2. Display the RGB Adjustment screen by touching the [RGB Adjustment] switch.

Main Menu System Information

V610T22
FONT VER.1.000/1.020/1.000 JAPANESE 32

1998- 9- 1

7 : 23 : 30

SYSTEM PROG. VER.1.420

I/F DRV VER. 1.200 MELSEC AnA/N/U

Screen Data Information Size : 786432

PLC Type: MITSUBISHIAnA/N/U series Comment:

Error: Stop Time-Out: 0.50 sec Retry: 3 Baud Rate: 19200 Data Length: 7 Stop Bit: 1 Parity: Even Send Delay: 0msec

Connection: 1 : 1 Signal Level: RS232C PLC Stat.No.: 0

RGB Adjustment

Editor : MJ1

Memory Card

I/O Test

RGB Adjustment screen

RGB Adjustment

Main Menu

About the way to adjust the display, refer to the manual. Horizontal: 31180 Hz Setting 1 Vertical: 59 Hz Setting 2

Not Used

Not Used

Adjustment

Adjustment

Clear

Save

3. First, carry out adjustments for the BIOS screen. Touch the [Adjustment] switch of Setting 1 to display the PCs BIOS screen in the RGB mode.

RGB Adjustment

Main Menu

About the way to adjust the display, refer to the manual. Horizontal: 31498 Hz Setting 1 Vertical: 70 Hz Setting 2

Used

Not Used

Adjustment

Adjustment

Clear

Save

Adjust the display with the [F1] to [F6] switches for the displayed BIOS screen.
[SYSTEM] [F1] [F2] [F3] [F4] [F5] Adjustment completed Vertical; screen scrolls down. Vertical; screen scrolls up. Horizontal; screen scrolls right. Horizontal; screen scrolls left. Dot; +1

[F6] Dot; -1 * Dot adjustment should be made to minimize blur.

BIOS screen

After the completion of adjustments, return to the RGB Adjustment screen by touching the [SYSTEM] switch.

4. Next, carry out adjustments for the Windows screen. Display the Windows screen at the PC before starting adjustments. After making sure that the input signal frequency at the RGB Adjustment screen matches the horizontal and vertical frequencies (Hz) of the Windows screen, touch the [Adjustment] switch of Setting 2 to display the Windows screen in the RGB mode.

RGB Adjustment

Main Menu

About the way to adjust the display, refer to the manual. Horizontal: 31180 Hz Setting 1 Vertical: 59 Hz Setting 2

Used

Used

Adjustment

Adjustment

Clear

Save

Adjust the display with the [F1] to [F6] switches for the displayed Windows screen.

After the completion of adjustments, return to the RGB Adjustment screen by touching the [SYSTEM] switch.

5. Touch the [Save] switch to save the settings. The contents of settings are written to the flash ROM.

RGB Adjustment

Main Menu

About the way to adjust the display, refer to the manual. Horizontal: 31180 Hz Setting 1 Vertical: 59 Hz Setting 2

Used

Used

Adjustment

Adjustment

Clear

Save

6. This completes the adjustments.

Switching over the RGB input screen


Switching over by the flag at the read area (n+1)
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 0 06 0 05 0 04 0 03 0 02 01 00

Analog RGB input (level)

Bit 12 (RGB screen ON/OFF) [1] (ON level) : Turns the RGB screen ON. [0] (OFF level) : Turns the RGB screen OFF. Switching over by the macro command The macro command is used to turn the RGB screen ON/OFF. Usable devices
Internal memory F0 F1 Command name PLC memory Constant Memory card Indirect designation Double-word

(SET_RGB) F1
F1 + 0 0: OFF 1: ON

Outputting the RGB input information


Outputting the data to the write area (n+1)
15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 0 06 0 05 0 04 0 03 0 02 01 00

Analog RGB input

Bit 12 (RGB screen status display) [1] (ON level) : Indicates that the RGB screen is ON. [0] (OFF level) : Indicates that the RGB screen is OFF.

Cautions on RGB inputs


The display mode at the V610T does not change to the RGB display mode unless the RGB input exists (cable is not connected). The display returns to the RGB screen when RGB signals are input (cable is connected) as long as 1 is set at bit 12 of the read area (n+1).

Selecting the RGB input parameters


Selecting the RGB input parameters using the macro command Two kinds of RGB adjusting parameters, Setting 1 and Setting 2, can be set. If the frequency differs between Setting 1 and Setting 2, V6 recognizes which of the parameters should be used and automatically selects the proper parameters. However, it selects the parameters set for Setting 1 if the frequency is the same between Setting 1 and Setting 2. When different parameters are used although the frequency is the same, selection of parameters, Setting 1 or Setting 2, is possible using a macro command. Usable devices
Internal memory F0 F1 Command name PLC memory Constant Memory card Indirect designation Double-word

(RGB_CHG) F1
F1 + 0 0 : Setting 1 1 : Setting 2

Emulating the touch switches


This function allows operation of the Windows screen by touching a switch on the screen without using a mouse. V-SFTE version 1.2.15.0 or higher V6 system program version 1.330 or higher Touch-panel driver to be prepared for Windows98/95 Touch-panel driver: GUNZE, PN-WIN98/95 Ver. 2.00E (English) Touch-panel driver: GUNZE, PN-WIN98/95 Ver. 2.00J (Japanese) for Windows98/95/NT4.0/2000 Touch-panel driver: GUNZE, U-TP Ver. 2.00E (English) Touch-panel driver: GUNZE, U-TP Ver. 2.00J (Japanese) Access vision driver operation environment Computer OS Restrictions 1. Operation of DOS applications that run on MS-DOS prompt is not possible using the touch panel. 2. Although the touch switches can be used with a PS/2 mouse, use of them with a makerspecific pointing device installed mainly to a notebook PC is not always possible. Setting 1. Select [Touch Switch]. [System Setting] -> [Others] -> [Other Settings] -> [P2] -> [Modular Jack 1] or [Modular Jack 2] -> [Touch Switch] (When displaying the display signals of a PC/AT compatible at the V6 screen, the touch-panel coordinate outputs are sent to the PC/AT compatible via the MJ port set here.) 2. Install the touch-panel driver of Gunze to the PC/AT compatible beforehand. For details of installation procedure, refer to the manual supplied with the touch-panel driver of Gunze. : PC/AT compatible : Windows 98, 95, NT4.0, 2000

Setting example The procedure below explains how to add the touch switch emulation function under the environment that uses the analog RGB input function. The procedure below assumes the following setting. At the RGB Adjustment screen Setting 1 ..... BIOS screen Setting 2 ..... Windows screen (For details of adjustments, refer to Screen Adjustment.) Connection COM2 of PC and MJ1 (editor port) of V6 by V6-CP (for screen data transfer) 1. Switch the V6 screen mode to the RGB input screen. (The Windows screen is displayed.) 2. Run V-SFTE and open the file presently transferred to the V6. 3. Select [System Setting] -> [Others] -> [Other Settings] -> [P2] -> [Modular Jack 2] -> [Touch Switch]. 4. Save the file and transfer it to V6. 5. Since V6 enters the RUN mode, switch the screen to the RGB input screen. (The Windows screen is displayed.) 6. To emulate the touch switches, connect the V6 MJ2 (touch switch) to COM1 (communication port) of PC with V6-CP cable. (Refer to item 4 in Cautions.)
V6
Editor port PC/AT compatible

MJ1 MJ2
Touch switch

V6-CP

COM1 COM2

7. In case of TOUCH PANEL DRIVER PN-WIN98/95 (Gunze): After inserting the TOUCH PANEL DRIVER PN-WIN98/95 (Gunze) floppy disk, double click A:\Serial\setup.exe. Then, install the touch panel driver following the instructions displayed on the screen. [Welcome!] -> [Select Destination Directory] -> [Ready to Install] -> [Hardware Controls] (see item 2 of Cautions below) -> [Installation Completed!] -> [OK] In case of TOUCH PANEL DRIVER U-TP (Gunze): After inserting the TOUCH PANEL DRIVER U-TP (Gunze) floppy disk, double click setup.exe. Then, install the touch panel driver following the instructions displayed on the screen. [Welcome!] -> [Select folder] -> [Select Destination Directory] -> [Install system tray icons.] -> [Number of devices (set to 1.)] -> [Define device #1 (as default, Whole Desktop and Device 1 )] -> [Please select the controller type for Device 1 (select Gunze, AHL, Serial )] -> [Please select the port for Device 1 Controller (select Auto Detect )] -> [Ready to Install] -> (installation starts)

With the operation above, the PC automatically reboots and, at the same time, V6 enters the RUN mode. Switch the display mode of V6 to the RGB input screen and boot Windows. 8

8. The calibration software automatically starts at the booting of Windows. Set the calibration data. (Refer to item 3 of Cautions below.) This completes the installation of the touch-panel driver. 9. To set the TOUCH PANEL DRIVER PN-WIN98/95 (Gunze) again, start the touch-panel driver by clicking the menu items in the sequence of [Start] -> [Programs] -> [Gunze] -> [PNWIN98_95 Serial] -> [Touchpanel Driver]. If the setting is changed, the new setting is enabled when the PC is run next. To set the TOUCH PANEL DRIVER U-TP (Gunze) again, start the touch-panel driver by clicking the menu items in the sequence of [Start] -> [Programs] -> [Gunze] -> [U-tp] -> [Calibrate]. If the setting is changed, the new setting is enabled when the PC is run next.

Cautions 1. Using the Windows screen displayed at V6, it is not possible to change the screen to the Main Menu screen. 2. When installing the touch-panel driver, setting is necessary using the [Hardware Controls] dialog. [Com port] Select the COM port of the PC to be connected to the V6 MJ port (for touch switches). [I/O Address] Designate the address of the selected COM port. [IRQ] Designate the IRQ of the selected COM port. If the COM port to be connected to the MJ port of V6 and its address and IRQ are unknown, refer to the Users Guide of your PC. For the items below, setting is fixed. [Baud Rate: 9600], [Pality: None], [Data Bits: 8], [Stop Bits: 1] 3. Correct the positional offset between the touch position and the mouse cursor display position using the calibration software. Touch the red X symbol displayed at the four corners of the screen in the following order as precisely as possible: 1st point (lower left corner of the screen) -> 2nd point (upper right corner of the screen) -> 3rd point (lower right corner of the screen) -> 4th point (upper left corner of the screen). Make sure to touch all of these four points. Since operation using the touch switches is not allowed if the calibration setting is not successful, repeat calibration operation if the first attempt was not successful. 4. Once you install the touch-panel driver, the serial port used for the installation cannot be used for other applications until the touch-panel driver is uninstalled or the port setting is released with adjustment setting. 5. If the PC has only one COM port, use another PC for transferring the screen to V6. 6. About the way to use the adjustment setting of U-TP, refer to the HELP menu of GUNZE. (Normally, use the default setting.)

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