Rosen Aviation SlimLine 1700 Technical Manual

Technical Manual for Rosen Aviation SlimLine 1700 Monitor (23 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Rosen Aviation
  • Category of Device: Monitor
  • Document: SlimLine 1700, File Type: PDF Technical Manual
  • Updated: 06-02-2024
  • Count of Pages: 23
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Compatible devices: 1500, 1042, 42", WideScreen 7001, Remote Display System, 7004 Series, SlimLine 6500 Series, 1060-001.

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  • Page 1:

    1700

    1700

    17

    Model Number

    DISPLAY

    DISPLAY

    SlimLine

    Document # 9002428 Rev B

    Compliant to DO-160D

    CORPORATE OFFICEOEM SALES DEALER & OPERATOR SALES

    1020 Owen Loop South

    Eugene, OR 97402

    1-888-668-4955

    Fax (541) 342-4912

    8 Shackleford Plaza,

    Suite 201

    Little Rock, AR 72211

    1-888-523-7523

    Fax (501) 225-1015

    1121 Warren Ave, Suite 240

    Downers Grove, IL 60515

    1-800-859-5058

    Fax (630) 963-4405

    www.

    rosenaviation

    .com

    www.

    rosenaviation

    .com

    9002428

  • Page 2:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 1

    Table of Contents

    Introduction and Display Overview...................3

    Display Diagram ................................................. 4

    Pinouts ................................................................5

    Main Interface Signal .................................................... 5

    External Control Interface ............................................. 8

    DIP Switch Option Selection ........................................ 9

    Installation Guidelines......................................12

    Operation ..........................................................14

    Power Status LED ...................................................... 14

    Front Switch Panel Features ...................................... 14

    On Screen Display (OSD) Main Menu ........................ 15

    Picture Submenu........................................................ 16

    Troubleshooting ............................................... 18

    Technical Support ............................................19

    Specifications ................................................... 20

    17” Monitor DO-160D Test Matrix ............................... 21

    Disclaimer .........................................................22

  • Page 3:

    1020 Owen Loop South

    Eugene OR 97402

    541-342-3802

    www.rosenaviation.com

  • Page 4:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 3

    Introduction and Display Overview

    Introduction and Display Overview

    Welcome to the 1700 Technical Manual for the 17" SlimLine

    LCD Display. This manual provides an overview of display

    details including:

    • Pinouts

    • Installation

    • Operation

    • Troubleshooting

    • Specifications

    The 1700 model includes the following features:

    • 17" Diagonal Viewing Area

    • NTSC/PAL/SECAM/RS-170 (Composite video)

    • Analog RGB (Computer video)

    • 1280 x 1024 Screen Resolution (SXGA)

    • On Screen Display (OSD) functions

    • Status LED

    • Configurable Picture in Picture (PIP)

    • 28 Volt Operation

    • Front Switch Panel

    • DO160D Compliant

    The 1700 model accommodates the following optional

    controllers (Available separately):

    • IR Remote Codes Available

    • External 7-button controller

  • Page 5:

    Page 4 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Display Diagram

    FRONT

    17.0"

    12.72"

    15.32"

    10.17"

    1.04"

    13.38"

    .88"

    1.12"

    4.50"

    4.50"

    10-32 MOUNTING HOLES

    (3X EACH SIDE)

    1. 8 6 "

    Display Diagram

    Outline Dimensions (inches)

  • Page 6:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 5

    Pinouts

    Main Interface Signal

    The input connector on this monitor is a 21W4 Male Combo

    D-subminiature with 17 size 20 contacts (standard density D-

    sub) and four Size 8 coaxial contacts, mounting in a size 4 D-

    subminiature shell.

    Recommended mating connector: ITT Cannon:

    P/N DCA21WA4SA197FO.

    Note: Backshell of main connector is chassis ground.

    1 28V Return

    2 +28 VDC

    3 IR +5VDC

    4 IR Signal

    5 Reserved

    6 RGB/Video Select Switch

    7 Power On/Off Status (output)

    8 H-Sync

    9 V-Sync

    10 28V Return

    11 +28VDC

    12 IR GND

    13 Computer Sync GND

    Warning!

    Do Not Plug or Unplug Monitor

    Connector While Power is Applied

    MATING CONNECTOR LOADING VIEW

    Pin Display Signal

    Pinouts

  • Page 7:

    Page 6 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Pinouts

    Pin Display Signal

    14 Reserved

    15 Digital GND (RGB video select return)

    16 Digital GND

    17 Digital GND

    A1 Signal Red

    A1 Shield Red Return

    A2 Signal Green

    A2 Shield Green Return

    A3 Signal Blue

    A3 Shield Blue Return

    A4 Signal Composite Video

    A4 Shield Composite Video Return

    Pinouts cont:

  • Page 8:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 7

    Pinouts

    A1 Signal/Shield

    Input

    Red graphics input, 1 Vpp,

    75 ohm

    A2 Signal/Shield

    Input

    Green graphics input, 1 Vpp,

    75 ohm

    A3 Signal/Shield

    Input

    Blue graphics input, 1 Vpp,

    75 ohm

    A4 Signal/Shield

    Input

    Composite video

    input, 1 Vpp, 75 ohm

    TTL level input. Used to select

    which input (RGB or

    Composite) is displayed.

    Method of selection set by DIP

    switches. Refer to “Dip Switch

    Option Selection” on page 9”.

    TTL level output indicates

    monitor is powered on when

    logic High (Max. current draw

    is 10 milliamps)

    +28V, 28V Return

    Input

    Aircraft power supply

    IR +5V, IR GND

    Output

    Power for optional

    External IR receiver

    IR Signal

    Input

    IR receiver signal

    input

    RGB/Video

    Select Switch

    Input

    Status Output Output

    H-Sync,

    V-Sync

    Computer Sync GND

    Digital GND, pins 15,

    16, 17

    Input

    RGB graphics input, TTL level

    Input

    Reference ground for RGB

    sync

    Input

    Common digital ground

    connection, connected to

    Computer sync GND

    Description of Operation

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    Page 8 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Pinouts

    The external VIP control interface is a 9-pin standard density

    D-subminiature male connector. Each function can be

    activated by a momentary connection to ground.

    Pin Control Signal

    1 Power On/Off

    2 Source Select

    3 N/C

    4Up

    5 Down

    6 Menu/Select

    7 Left

    8 Right

    9 Ground (Switch Common)

    External Control Interface (0300-402)

  • Page 10:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 9

    Dip Switch Option Selection

    Using DIP switches located near the input connectors.

    Operation is as follows:

    ---

    On

    Dip Switch Option Selection

    - - On -

    Front Switch Panel Enabled

    Front Switch Panel Disabled

    Monitor defaults to On

    See pg 11 for description

    Manual Mode

    See pg 11 for description

    Constant Ground Switching

    See pg 10 for description

    Momentary Ground Switching

    See pg 10 for description

    On On - -

    SW4

    Autodetect.

    See pg 10 for description

    SW1 SW2 SW3 Function

    - - Off -

    Monitor defaults to Off

    See pg 11 for description

    Off Off - -

    On

    - -

    Off

    OnOff

    - -

    ---

    Off

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    Page 10 Rosen Aviation Displays

    The monitor may be configured to several options through

    setting of Dip switches located near the input connectors.

    The Dip switch settings are detected when 28 volts is

    applied and each time the power button is pressed to turn

    on the monitor.

    Auto-Detect

    This mode will automatically switch to the RGB input

    whenever an RGB signal is connected to the monitor by

    detecting the presence of the H-Sync signal (pin 8 of the

    21WA4 combo connector). If no RGB signal is detected it

    will automatically switch to the Composite Video input,

    whether a video signal is present or not. The Source button

    located on the front panel membrane switch and optional

    external switch controller will be locked out.

    Constant Ground

    This mode uses a SPST (single pole single throw) external

    rocker switch connected between ground and RGB/Video

    Select (pin 6 of the 21WA4 combo connector). When the

    RGB/Video Select pin is connected to ground the monitor

    will switch to the RGB input, whether an RGB signal is

    present or not. When the RGB/Video Select pin is not

    connected to ground the monitor will switch to the

    Composite Video input, whether a video signal is present or

    not. The Source button located on the front panel membrane

    switch and optional external switch controller will be locked

    out.

    Momentary Ground

    This mode uses a SPST external momentary switch

    between ground and the RGB/Video Select (pin 6 of the

    21WA4 combo connector). Each time the switch is pressed

    the monitor will switch back and forth between the RGB and

    Composite Video input, whether a signal is present or not.

    The Source button located on the front panel membrane

    switch and optional external switch controller can also be

    used to switch back and forth between the RGB and

    Composite Video inputs.

    Dip Switch Option Selection (cont)

    Dip Switch Option Selection (cont)

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    17” SlimLine LCD Page 11

    Manual Mode

    This mode will not switch between RGB and Composite

    Video through the Auto-Detect, Constant Ground or

    Momentary Ground options. The Source button located on

    the front panel membrane switch and optional external switch

    controller can be used to switch back and forth between the

    RGB and Composite Video inputs.

    Automatic Power-Up

    SW3 On: The monitor will come on as soon as 28 volts

    power is applied.

    SW3 Off: The monitor stays off when 28 volts power is

    applied. The power button on the front panel membrane

    switch or the optional external switch controller must be

    pressed to turn on the monitor.

    Membrane Switch Enable

    SW4 On: Front panel membrane switch is enabled.

    SW4 Off: Front panel membrane switch is disabled.

    Dip Switch Option Selection (cont)

  • Page 13:

    Page 12 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Installation Guidelines

    Installation Guidelines

    The monitor can be mounted from any combination of two

    sides.

    Display Sides

    Display Bottom

    Display Top

    FRONT

    FRONT

    ( Dimensions in inches)

  • Page 14:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 13

    Installation Guidlines

    Note: Each mounting hole includes a 10-32 screw. To install the monitor,

    remove only the screws that will be used to install the monitor. Do not

    remove the 4-40 flathead screws.

    Note: Application requires listed connector backshell (Positronics

    D37000GVL-1023.0) due to space constraints and 21WA4 combo

    connector.

    MONITOR REAR

    Cooling and Ventilation

    The monitor is cooled by the flow of air, or natural convection.

    Special care must be taken with the installation to provide a

    proper environment for air flow.

    • Monitor vents: The unit is designed with vent openings

    on the top, bottom, and rear surfaces. The entire top

    vent, and either the entire bottom or entire rear vent

    must be unobstructed for a minimum of one inch (1").

    The vents must also be ducted to free air.

    • Ducting: The installation must provide for an inlet duct

    (at bottom or rear), and an exhaust duct at the top. Each

    of these ducts must have a minimum of four (4) square

    inches of cross-sectional area.

    !

    Warning! Maximum screw depth:

    Top .75 inches

    Bottom .75 inches

    Sides .75 inches

    Rear .50 inches

    Note: Display backlight will shut down if the internal temperature

    reaches 140 ° F

  • Page 15:

    Page 14 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Operation

    Operation

    Power Status LED

    The front switch panel includes a power status LED.

    LED StatusDescription

    Green Display is On

    Red Display is in Standby mode

    Front Switch Panel Features

    To operate the 17" LCD monitor, use the front switch panel

    buttons shown below. (External controller or IR remote

    control options available separately.)

    1 Menu/ Sel Press to view the OSD Main menu and to

    select the highlighted main menu option.

    2 Source Press to toggle the video source between

    Analog RGB and Composite video. Note: Only

    functions when DIP switch is set to Momentary

    Ground or Manual mode.

    3  Press to select a menu option, or to increase

    or decrease a value.

    4 Power Press to power the monitor on or off.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    Status LED

  • Page 16:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 15

    Operation

    Main Menu

    To switch to different main menus (osd, utility, auto) use

    the 34 buttons on the switch panel.

    To highlight a submenu use the 6button on the switch

    panel. When submenus are highlighted use the

    34buttons to adjust up or down.

    To return to the main menu highlight return in

    submenu and use the4button on the switch panel.

    Submenus

    To exit main menu use 4button until exit is highlighted

    and then press the menu button.

    Note: It takes 5 seconds for changes to be stored into memory

    On Screen Display (OSD) Main Menu

    The On Screen Display (OSD) provides a set of menus that

    enable you to adjust or view monitor features. Main menu

    selections lead to submenus with additional choices. Press

    the menu button on the switch panel to see the main menu.

  • Page 17:

    Page 16 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Picture Submenu

    Menu Option Description

    Brightness Picture Brightness

    Contrast Picture Contrast

    Phase Removes Noise in RGB Mode.

    Frequency Adjusts the picture width in RGB

    Mode

    H Position Horizontal Position Adjustment

    V Position Vertical Position Adjustment

    Sharpness Picture Sharpness

    Return Retuns You to Main Menu

    Operation

    OSD Submenu

    Menu Option Description

    H Position OSD Horizontal Position

    V Position OSD Vertical Position

    OSD Time Out Time in which OSD turns off if left

    alone

    Return Returns You to Main Menu

    Note: Phase, Frequency, H Position, and V Position

    only appear in RGB Mode.

  • Page 18:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 17

    Exit Exits OSD

    Utility Submenu

    Menu Option Description

    Freeze Frame Freezes Picture Frame

    Reset Factory Reset to Default Settings

    Color Temperature Color Adjustment in RGB

    Mode Only

    Information Monitor Info

    Return Returns You to Main Menu

    Auto Automatically adjusts image

    size in RGB mode

    Operation

    Auto Submenu

    Menu Option Description

    Exit Submenu

    Menu Option Description

    Hot Keys

    Hot keys are a quick way of adjusting brightness,

    contrast, PIP, and the scaling modes.To activate the

    hot keys simply use the 56buttons on the switch

    panel to cycle through these modes.

    Scaling mode: The scaling mode will adjust the

    picture depending on the type of formatted DVD disc

    you are using.

    Note: If picture looks stretched adjust scaling mode

    Picture in Picture: The small screen in the upper left

    hand corner will display composite video when in RGB

    mode.

  • Page 19:

    Page 18 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting

    If the monitor does not function properly, refer to the following

    troubleshooting table for symptoms and possible solutions

    before contacting Rosen field support.

    Note: Always use an oscilloscope to verify the video signal.

    Always use a multimeter to verify voltages. Check actual

    results against the requirements described in this manual.

    Problem Possible Solutions

    No Video • Verify that the video source is on and has a

    tape or DVD installed.

    • Verify that a signal is reaching the monitor

    using an oscilloscope or another monitor.

    • Verify that the monitor is turned on. (LED is

    green.)

    • Verify that the pinout is correct.

    • Verify that the video input (Analog RGB/

    Composite) and video standard (NTSC/PAL/

    SECAM) match your application.

    Screen is Black • Verify that the monitor is receiving power.

    • Verify that the pinout is correct.

    • Verify that the video source is on and has a tape

    or DVD installed.

    • Verify all connections.

    Screen is Blue • Verify that a signal is reaching the monitor

    using an oscilloscope or another monitor.

    • Verify that the pinout is correct.

    • Verify that the video source is on and has a tape

    or DVD installed.

    Color is Out of • Refer to the Main menu features on page 15.

    Adjustment

  • Page 20:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 19

    Troubleshooting

    Problem Possible Solutions

    Image Flickers • Verify that the signal cable is secure.

    • Verify that the vertical frame frequency is 75 Hz

    or less. If using the monitor with a PC in

    Windows, change the Display Control Panel to

    60 Hz to achieve the best performance.

    Image is • Verify pinouts.

    • Verify that a signal is reaching the monitor

    using an oscilloscope or another monitor.

    • Examine the monitor for pinched or damaged

    cables.

    Distorted

    Technical Support

    For technical support or to order parts, contact

    Rosen Aviation Displays at: 888-668-4955

    or visit us at: www.rosenaviation.com

    Cleaning Display

    The LCD should be cleaned with a lens grade tissue for

    cleaning optical surfaces and isopropyl alcohol.

  • Page 21:

    Page 20 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Specifications

    Specifications

    LCD Performance

    Screen Resolution (pixels) 1280 w x 1024 h

    Display Viewing Area 337.9 x 270.3mm

    (13.30 x 10.64 inches)

    Viewing Angle

    Horizontal ±80º min, ±85º Typical

    Vertical ±80º min, ±85º Typical

    Contrast Ratio 400:1 min, 500:1 Typical

    Backlight Lamp Life (hours) 50,000

    Screen Brightness 200 cd/m

    2

    min, 250 Typical

    Mechanical Packaging

    Weight 7.9 lbs ± 5%

    Power Requirements 28VDC 40W max.

    Video Performance

    Video Standards NTSC, PAL, SECAM, RS-170

    Graphics Standards VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA

    (75 Hz max)

    Video input 1V peak-to-peak, 75 Ohms

    Operating Temperature 0ºC - 50ºC

    Warranty 2yr

  • Page 22:

    17” SlimLine LCD Page 21

    Disclaimer

    17” Monitor DO-160D Test Matrix

    Section Description Category

    4 Temp & Alt A1

    5 Temp Variation C

    6 Humidity A

    7 Op Shock & Crash Safety B

    8 Vibration SB

    9 Explosion Proofness X

    10 Waterproofness X

    11 Fluids Susceptibility X

    12 Sand & Dust X

    13 Fungus Resistance X

    14 Salt Spray X

    15 Magnetic Effect Z

    16 Power Input AB

    17 Voltage Spike B

    18 AF Cond Suscept – Pwr Z

    19 Induced Signal Suscept Z

    20 RF Suscept (Cond&Rad) TT

    21 Emission of RF Energy B

    22 Lightning Induced Trans X

    23 Lightning Direct Effects X

    24 Icing X

    25 Electrostatic Discharge A

    Note X = Not Required.

  • Page 23:

    Page 22 Rosen Aviation Displays

    Disclaimer

    All information, including illustrations, is believed to be reliable. Users and/

    or installers, however, should independently evaluate the suitability of

    each product for their application. Rosen makes no warranties as to the

    accuracy of completeness of the information, and disclaims any liability

    regarding its use or installation. Rosen’s only obligations are those in the

    Rosen Standard Terms and Conditions of Sales for this product, and in no

    case will Rosen be liable for any incidental, indirect or consequential

    damages arising from the sale, resale, use or misuse of the product.

    Specifications are subject to change without notice. Rosen reserves the

    right to make changes - without notification to buyer - to materials or

    processing that do not affect compliance with any applicable

    specifications.

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