7" Quad Monitor

Component Specifications and Associated Parts:

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 7” HD LCD Monitor (PM-1980S/8020009)
Waterproof, Dimensions (without sunshield): 7.6” L x 1.5” W x 5.0” H, Resolution: 1080p, Camera Inputs: 4 (Video and Audio), Control: Touch Buttons and Touchscreen, View Capability: Single, Dual, Triple, Quad

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Sun Shield (7” - PM-1972/8090096)

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U-Support Bracket (Included with Monitors) (7” - PM-1971/8090095)

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Center Fan Mount (Included with Monitors) (PM-1127/8090087)

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Windshield Mount Base for Pedestal Mount (PM-1126/8090086)

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Monitor 6” Pedestal Mount (PM-1017/9000424)

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(ASSC.400MM.ZD.WS/8090215)

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Quad Monitor Features:

  • Four (4) camera inputs are individually viewable on the monitor. 
  • Multiple display modes and independent channel adjustment.
  • Touchscreen for menu control and selection of camera view, and manual control of power.
  • Camera views are automatically set by trigger signals.
  • Supports either an SD or an AHD camera on each input.
  • Flexible trigger signal connections can be set for reverse lights, turn signals (handles intermittent signals), and gear selectors.
  • Parking lines and scale overlay on the camera display when operating a vehicle in reverse.
  • A built-in speaker to provide audio for the connected camera(s).

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7" Quad Monitor

The 7” Monitor uses both the button panel buttons and the touchscreen menus for navigation.

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The monitor menu can be accessed by pressing the [M] button during operation. The main menu pages are Volume, Brightness, Screen Mode/Configuration, and System Settings. After selecting the menu, use the [Δ] button to cycle through the options and the [+] and [-] to adjust. 

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Navigating Quad Monitor Screens

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Main Menu Button Icons

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Volume

Increase/decrease volume. Enter/exit mute mode.

Brightness

Increase/decrease screen brightness for day/night.

Screen Configuration

Select the screen setup for camera display. Set up layers (individual cameras) for configuring split screen displays found in system tools ToolIcon.png

System Settings

Set defaults for Camera Channel (1-4), Parking Line, Language, Trigger, Auto Scan, Power On, Video Format, and System Tools.

volume-sm-icon.png  Volume 

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Increase/decrease volume.
  • ▼: Enter/exit mute mode.
  • M: Return to the previous menu. Press for 3-5 seconds to disable the menu lock.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Touch and drag the volume scroll bar left or right to adjust the volume.
  • Click the speaker icon to enter or exit mute mode.
  • When operating in mute mode, any adjustment made to the scroll bar cancels the mute function.

This screen shows that audio is only enabled for CAM1 (see the speaker icon in the CAM1 area). To adjust the volume, touch the screen and slide the bar to the right to increase or the left to decrease volume. Touch the speaker icon to enter/exit mute mode. If the volume is adjusted after muting, the mute mode will be canceled.

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Note: Turning audio off/on for a camera is done in the screen configuration system settings (press the tool icon ToolIcon.png to access additional features).

brightness-sm-icon.png  Brightness

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Increase/decrease brightness.
  • ▼: Switch the brightness scroll bar when the auto dim is on.
  • M: Return to the previous menu. Press for 3-5s to disable the menu lock.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Touch and drag the scroll bar left or right to adjust the brightness.
  • Click the speaker icon to enter or exit mute mode.
  • When operating in mute mode, any adjustment made to the scroll bar cancels the mute function.
  • sm-sun.png Brightness in the day.
  • sm-moon-cresent.png Brightness at night.

Auto-dim off

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Auto-dim on

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Note: Auto-dim is set up in Main System Settings under System Tool syhstem-settings-icon-sm.png.

screen-config-sm-icon.png  Screen Configuration

Select a camera and apply a screen setup. If no setup is selected, the camera will display on a full screen. If a configuration is selected that is designed for more cameras than are installed (for example, a quad-screen configuration used with three cameras), the extra camera section will appear blank/black - since there is no camera to record a view.

Screen Configuration Home Screen

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Row 1: CAM1, CAM2, CAM3, CAM4

Row 2: Dual, Triple, 3-Way-Split (one screen over two), Y-Split (two screens over one)

Row 3: H-Split (two side screens and screen over screen in the middle), Quad (four screens), PIP1 (1 Picture-in-Picture Frame), PIP2 (2 Picture-in-Picture Frames)

Row 4: PIP3 (3 Picture-in-Picture Frames), SP (Standard Picture/Quad View/Non-Adjustable), ToolIcon.png (Tool Icon/System Settings)

Single Camera Display

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Dual Camera Display

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Triple Camera Display

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3-Way-Split Camera Display

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Y-Split Camera Display

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H-Split Camera Display

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Quad Camera Display (adjustable) and SP Camera Display (non-adjustable)

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PIP1 Camera Display

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PIP2 Camera Display

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PIP3 Camera Display

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Screen Configuration System Settings ToolIcon.png

Click the tool icon ToolIcon.png on the screen configuration home screen to access additional setting options. Camera attributes can be configured for each, individual camera (layer = camera). The screen configuration determines which layers are available. A dual screen configuration will only have two (2) camera layers available, a triple screen will have three (3) camera layers available, and a quad screen will have four (4) camera layers available.

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button: Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Using the cursor, select display mode. If the icon is selected, enter Split Setup menu (options for split screens, when in split-view display mode).
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • When setting up Layers 1-4: a pop-up will give the options list for the corresponding features. Click the option to change the feature or use a long press on the list and drag it to the option.
  • Select Audio mix status in the Audio menu setting. Turn on/off the audio mix mode and select audio output channels. Multiple audio output channels can be selected when set to ON. No audio output is available if no channel is selected.

SP Mode or PIP Mode Instructions

The following features are only available when in PIP1/2/3 or SP view display mode. When in SP view display mode, the setting uses scroll bars for high-precision adjustment.

  • Width Scale Ratio: The horizontal down scale ratio of the layer.
  • Height Scale Ratio: The vertical down scale ratio of the layer.
  • X Position Type: The horizontal position of the layer.
  • Y Position Type: The vertical position of the layer.
  • Output Channel: Audio output channel selection.
  • Audio Mix: Switch of Audio Mix.

Configuration Screen/System Tools/Layers

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Configuration Screen/System Tools/Audio

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system-settings-sm.png  System Settings (Main)

Set the attributes for features in the various system categories. Attributes set under system settings become the default values until/unless changed.

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button: Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Enter the chosen menu.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Click the icon to enter the corresponding menu.
  • Click the arrow go-back-arrow.png to return to the previous screen.

Main System Settings Home Screen

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CAMERA

Apply or edit attributes such as a camera name,  horizontal mirror, vertical mirror, automatic power (on, off, constant), audio (volume or mute), brightness, contrast, color, and sharpness.

PARKING LINE

Set up parking lines to assist with rear vision. Use preset options or customize with adjustments.

LANGUAGE

Set the language of the messaging, prompts, and display labels.

TRIGGER

Set up what action determines/triggers a response from the display, set delay timings, set what screen format is used, and prioritize triggers in order of importance.

AUTO SCAN

Enable or disable auto scan, set the timing of a camera display, and set delay timings.

POWER ON

Select the display image when the unit powers on.

VIDEO FORMAT

Select the video format by type and resolution.

SYSTEM

Set auto-dimmer (day/night brightness), enable audio (with or without trigger option), and set up 1, 2, or 3 level locks on menus and buttons. 

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Return to the previous menu.

camera-icon-sm.png  Camera

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Select and set up features.
  • ▼: Move the menu cursor.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Click the camera channel icons (CAM1, CAM2, CAM3, CAM4, top of screen) to show the available settings of the selected channel.
  • Click the ON/OFF icons or drag the scroll bars to change features.
  • Click the ToolIcon.png icon to edit the camera channel name.

Camera System Settings Screen

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Keyboard (shows when editing channel name).

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Select the chosen icon.
  • M: Go back to the Camera menu without saving.

Camera Name Screen

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parking-line-sm.png  Parking Line

Calibrate

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: With a short press to switch the button panel adjustment mode, and the icon representing the button panel adjustment mode on the top left will switch. Long press for 3 seconds to switch parking line types.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.
  • S: Turn on/off the adjustment assistance grids.

Button Panel Adjustment Mode Instructions

  • +/-: Horizontally magnify/shrink the parking lines. Zoom horizontally.
  • +/-: Vertically magnify/shrink the parking lines. Zoom vertically.
  • +/-: Parking lines move to the left/right. Move horizontally.
  • +/-: Parking lines move up/down. Move vertically.
  • +/-: Magnify/shrink and zoom the parking lines.
  • +/-: Reset. Parking lines reset.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Drag the black vertexes of the parking line to adjust the shape. Drag the area beside the vertexes to move the whole parking line.
  • Double touch to enlarge or lessen the parking lines.
  • Tapping the icon once on the top left will pop up the reset icon and tapping it again resumes the default configuration. Tap the TYPE1/2 icon on the top right to switch the parking line types. Tap the GRID icon to turn on/off the adjustment assistance grids.
  • There will show the coordinate of the current focus on the top left.
  • The target target-symbol-sm.png icon indicates which one the touch operation focuses on.

Parking Lines (Standard) Screen

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Parking Lines (Alt 1) Screen

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Parking Lines (Alt 2) Screen

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language-icon-sm.png  Language

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button: Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Select an icon to switch system language.
  • Select arrow  go-back-arrow.png  to return to previous screen.

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trigger-icon-sm.png  Trigger

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Display the edit menu.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Touch any part of the “Delay” line (1st row) to activate the digital input box; Touch the “Priority” line (2nd row) to activate the digital selection box. Touch the “Display” line (3rd row) to activate the interface to select display images.

Additional Instructions and Details

  • Delay: Trigger display image duration after a trigger signal has ended, ranging from 0-60 seconds.
  • Priority: Settings of trigger priorities. A trigger in higher priority can interrupt a lower priority trigger. The range of priorities is 1 to 5. The smaller the number, the higher the priority.
  • Display: Settings of the corresponding trigger display image.
  • The trigger function can interrupt the auto scan function.
  • When the trigger signal is received, the monitor will switch to the trigger display image automatically and resume the previous state before the trigger occurs after the set delay time.
  • Supports trigger detection in standby mode.
  • Touch the icons to edit the value. Settings will return to the previous menu without saving if touched beyond the panel.
  • Touch a number to select. Save and return to the previous menu by touching outside of the frame.

Trigger Settings System Screen

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Input panel

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter/exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Select the chosen icon.
  • M: Return to the previous menu without saving.

Digital Input Tool

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Priority

Button Panel Instruction

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter/exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Select the chosen icon.
  • M: Return to the previous menu and save.
  • The maximum input number is 60.
  • Enter: Saves input. Number input in “Delay” will be saved if returned to the previous menu.
  • Del: Delete number.

Display Selection

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Button Panel Instruction

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter/exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Select the chosen icon.
  • M: Return to the previous menu and save.

auto-scan-icon-sm.png  Auto Scan

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Pop up the edit menu or change the state of the ON/OFF icon.
  • M: Return to the previous menu.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Touch any part of the “Delay” line to activate digital input box. Touch Enable to turn on/off the auto scan function. Touch the “Display” line to activate the interface to select display images.

Additional Instructions and Details

  • Delay: Set the duration time of a scan image, ranging 0-60 seconds. If the delay of a channel is set to 0, then auto scan will skip to another channel with a delay longer than 0 seconds. The operation of delay is the same as “Input panel.”
  • Enable: Turn on/off auto scan function.
  • If the parameters of “Display” or “Delay” are changed during auto scan, they will take effect on the next cycle. Parameters can be validated immediately by turning auto scan off and on again. Auto scan can be interrupted by the trigger function.

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power-on-icon-sm.png  Power On

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor and highlight the selected icon.
  • ▼: Highlight/cancel highlight for the icon selected.
  • M: Return to the previous menu and save.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • If no icon is highlighted, touch to select and highlight it or touch to deselect and unhighlight it.

Other Instructions

  • The highlighted icon indicates the screen configuration/display of the monitor on start up. Once the power icon is highlighted, the monitor directly enters screen off, standby mode.
  • If no icon has a green highlight, it automatically reverts to the prior mode. The image displayed when power on is activated is the last image displayed on the monitor before it powered off previously.
  • If the standby icon is highlighted, the monitor will display the startup logo, if any, then go to standby mode.

Power On Settings Screen

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video-format-icon-sm.png  Video Format

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • M: Return to the previous menu and save.

When the automatic function is on, the monitor is automatically configured for input cameras. If the automatic feature is off, the monitor will use the manually input settings for the cameras. Input formats can be set for cameras using the icon for each channel or by turning on the automatic feature for configuration. As the automatic configuration processes, it will display information for the camera after completion. If the camera does not process, or isn’t recognized, no camera information will display.

Other Instructions

  • When “Automatic” is turned ON, the HD monitor will adjust to display cameras automatically.
  • When “Automatic” is turned OFF, the HD monitor will respond to the fixed system settings from the menu of CAMERA1 to CAMERA4.
  • Each camera format can be set manually or auto configured by touching the icon in the“Automatic” menu, marked by the tool icon ToolIcon.png.
  • The HD monitor won’t respond to any press or touch operation before the progress bar reaches 100%. Exiting the application is not possible until the configuration process is 100% complete.

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Move the cursor.
  • ▼: Select the icon. If PAL or NTSC is selected in phase 1, the system won’t enter phase 2.
  • M: When on phase 1, return to the previous menu. When on phase 2, return to phase 1.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • If PAL or NTSC is selected in TYPE, touch operation won’t respond on the Resolution selection.

Video Format Settings Screen

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Video Format Progress Screen

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Video Format Type Screen

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syhstem-settings-icon-sm.png  System

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Confirm or set features.
  • ▼: Move the cursor.
  • M: Return to the previous menu 1.

Touch Screen Instructions

  • Drag scroll bar of Dimmer to adjust screen backlight under day mode. When Auto of Dimmer is ON, backlight adjustment of Day/Night mode will be accessible by touching the ToolIcon.png icon .

Feature Instructions

  • Dimmer: The scroll bar adjusts the backlight feature under Day mode. When the Auto feature of the Dimmer is ON, the monitor will turn on the automatic backlight function on, so that the screen will become bright in bright environments (Day mode) and turn dark when the light is dim (Night mode). The degree/sensitivity of backlight for day or night mode can be set from the menu icon .
  • Menu Lock: Continuously press the M key of the Button Panel for 3-5 seconds to enable/disable the lock feature. The lock image will change from locked or unlocked after pressing M for 3-5  seconds. 
  • There are 3 levels of menu lock:
    • LEVEL1: All buttons fail to respond. If the setting of POWER ON menu is set to standby mode, the system can be turned on by the power button.
    • LEVEL2: All buttons fail to respond except for POWER, VOL+ or VOL-.
    • LEVEL3: No response to the M key of the Button Panel.
  • Buzzer (Button Tone): When on, an alarm sounds if buttons are changed/accessed from the touch screen.

System Settings Screen

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Auto Dimmer

Button Panel Instructions

  • power-button-sm.png: Power Button. Enter or Exit standby mode.
  • +/-: Set features.
  • ▼: Move the cursor.
  • M: Return to the previous menu 1.

Touch Instruction

  • Drag the scroll bar to adjust the backlight of the screen for Day/Night mode.

Feature Instructions

  • Day: Backlight degree of Day mode is always higher than that of Night mode, ranging from 0 - 60.
  • Night: Backlight degree of Night mode is always lower than that of Day mode, ranging from 0 - 60.

System Settings/Auto Dimmer Screen

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