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AppleColor™ RGB Monitor 
Owner's Guide 




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Owner's Guide 




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Contents 



Radio and television Interference iv 

AppIeCoior™ RGB Monitor Owner's Guide 1 

Getting started 2 

Setting up your system 2 

Connecting the AppleColor RGB Monitor 3 

Turning the monitor on 5 

Adjusting the monitor 6 

Changing the viewing angle 8 

Using and caring for your monitor 9 

Working tips 9 

Things to avoid 9 

Protecting your monitor from theft 10 

Cleaning the monitor 10 
Service and support 11 
Appendix: AppleColor RGB Monitor specifications 12 



A shielded cable uses a metallic wrap 
around the wires to reduce the 
potential effects of radio-frequency 
interference. 



Radio and television interference 

The equipment described in this manual generates and uses radio- 
frequency energy. If it is not installed and used property — that is, in strict 
accordance with Apple's instructions — it may cause interference with radio 
and television reception. 

This equipment has been tested and complies with the limits for a Class B 
computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subpart J, 
Part 15, of FCC rules. These rules are designed to provide reasonable 
protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, 
there is no guarantee that the interference will not occur in a particular 
installation, especially if a "rabbit-ear" television antenna is used. (A 
rabbit-ear antenna is the telescoping-rod type usually found on television 
receivers.) 

You can determine whether your computer is causing interference by 
turning it off. If the interference stops, it was probably caused by the 
computer or its peripheral devices. To further isolate the problem, 
disconnect the peripheral devices and their input/output O/O) cables one 
at a time. If the interference stops, it was caused by either the peripheral 
device or the I/O cable. These devices usually require shielded I/O cables. 
For Apple peripheral devices, you can obtain the proper shielded cable 
from your authorized Apple dealer. For non -Apple peripheral devices, 
contact the manufacturer or dealer for assistance. 



Important This product was FCC-certified under test conditions ttiat included use of 
shielded cables and connectors between system components. It is 
important that you use shielded cables and connectors to reduce the 
possibility of causing interference to radio, television, and other electronic 
devices. 

If your computer does cause interference to radio or television reception, 
you can try to correct the interference by using one or more of the 
following measures: 

■ Turn the television or radio antenna until the interference stops. 

■ Move the computer to one side or the other of the television or radio. 

■ Move the computer farther away from the television or radio. 

■ Plug the computer into an outlet that Ls on a different circuit than the 
television or radio. (That is, make certain the computer and the radio or 
television set are on circuits controlled by different circuit breakers or 
fuses.) 

■ Consider installing a rooftop television antenna with a coaxial cable 
lead-in between the antenna and television. 

If necessary, consult your authorized Apple dealer or an experienced 
radio/television technician for additional suggestions. 



IV 



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AppleColor. RGB Monitor 
Owner's Guide 



RGB stands for Red Green Blue, the 
three primary colors that your 
monitor uses to create color images 
on the screen. 



The AppleColor™ RGB Monitor is the ideal companion for your 
Apple computer in both design and usability. Among its features 
are: 

■ a high-contrast screen 

■ graphics capability 

■ high-quality display in either 40-column or 80-column widths 

■ full RGB color capability 

■ simultaneous display of color graphics and text 

■ an easy-to-clean screen and cabinet 

The AppleColor RGB Monitor is easy to set up and adapt to your 
working habits and environment. You can change the brightness 
and contrast of the display to suit your preferences. You can also 
adjust the viewing angle with the built-in Height-Adjustment bar. 

To get the best results from your monitor, take a few minutes to read 
this manual. Follow the instructions carefully. 



Getting started 

Here's an overview of the topics you'll find in this manual: 

■ setting up your system 

■ connecting the monitor to your Apple computer and to a power 
outlet 

■ turning the monitor on 

■ adjusting the monitor 

■ changing the viewing angle 

You'll also find some tips on using and caring for the monitor, 
notes on service and support, and an appendix that provides 
technical specifications for the AppleColor RGB Monitor. 



Setting up your system 

when considering where to put your Apple computer system, keep 
in mind that the AppleColor RGB Monitor requires its own power 
source. It does not receive any power from the computer. This 
means that you need at least two electrical outlets near your 
system — three if you have a printer. Many people prefer to plug 
their computer equipment into a single power strip equipped with a 
surge protector. The single strip is convenient, and the surge 
protector keeps your equipment from being damaged by sudden 
increases in voltage. See your authorized Apple dealer for more 
information. 



Important Never plug your computer into a wall socket ttiat you can turn 
off with a wail switcii. Someone may switcin off thie ligi^ts and 
witln them the computer— you could lose any data not saved 
on disk. 

Choose a sturdy desk or table to work on. Don't set up your Apple 
computer system on a card table or other surface that could be 
tipped or knocked over easily. 



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Connecting the AppleColor RGB Monitor 

Before you connect the AppleColor RGB Monitor, make sure that 
your Apple computer is turned off and that you have 

■ your AppleColor RGB Monitor 

■ a video cable 

■ a power cord (separate for 220/240-volt systems) 



Important 



A shielded cable has a metallic 
wrap around the wires to reduce 
the potential effects of radio- 
frequency interference. 



AppleColor RGB Monitor 



This product was FCC-certified under test conditions that 
included use of shielded cables and connectors between 
system connponents. It is important that you use shielded 
cables and connectors to reduce the possibility of causing 
Interference to radio, television, and other electronic devices. 




Video coble 

Power cord 

(separate for 220/240-volt systems) 



Figure 1 

Follow these steps to connect the monitor to its power source and to 
your Apple computer: 



Connecting the AppieColor RGB Monitor 



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Video / W D^ 
connector 



Figure 2 



2. Connect one end of the video cable to the monitor's video 
connector. It's on the left side of the back panel, marked with an 
icon. (See Figure 2.) Both ends of the video cable are the same, 
so it doesn't matter which end you connect, 

3. Connect the other end of the cable to the computer's RGB 
Monitor connector. (See Figure 30 Some models of Apple 
computers have the same video RGB monitor icon on the back 
panel. If yours does not and you can't find the RGB Monitor 
connector, see your owner's manual. 

4. Plug the monitor power cord into a grounded outlet. 



Warning 



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RGB Monitor 
connector 

Figure 3 



Tl^is equipment is intended to be eiectricaiiy grounded. Your 
AppieCoior RGB Monitor is equipped with a three-wire grounding 
plug— a plug Vra\ has a third (grounding) pin. This plug will fit only a 
grounding- type AC outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable 
to ir^sert tlie plug into the outiet, contact a licensed electrician to 
replace the outlet with a properly grounded outlet. Do not defeat 
the purpose of the grounding plug! 

♦ By the way: 220/240-volt models of the AppieCoior RGB 
Monitor come with detachable power cords. If you have a 
220/240-voU model, first plug the connector end of the cord 
into the power input unit. It's on the left side of the back panel, 
marked with the power icon. Then plug the other end into a 
three-pronged, grounded outlet. 

Now you're ready to start the computer and adjust the monitor. 
If you have not plugged the computer's power cord into the 
computer, or if you have any peripheral devices to plug in, now is a 
good time to do so. 



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Turning the monitor on 

To turn your monitor on or off, just press the On-Off button on the 
right side of the monitor. When you turn on the monitor, you 
should see the green power indicator light come on. It's on the from 
of the monitor, in the lower-right corner. If the light does not come 
on, press the On-Off button again. (See Figure 4.) 




On-Off 
button 



Brightness 
control 

Contrast 
control 



Figure 4 

♦ Note: If the indicator light still does not come on, check to see 
if the power cable is plugged in properly. If it is, find out if 
power to the socket has been interrupted. You can test the 
socket by plugging something else into it — like a desk lamp or a 
radio. If the test appliance works but the monitor does not, 
contact your authorized Apple dealer. 



Turning the monitor on 



Adjusting the monitor 

To adjust the monitor, you need to get something on the screen. 
You can use any startup disk that came with your computer, but 
preferably one that uses color. (See your owner's manual if you 
don't know how to insert a disk into the drive or how to start a 
program.) 

1 . Insert the disk into the startup disk drive. 

2. Turn the computer on. The Power light and the Disk Use light 
come on, and the disk drive whirs. In a few moments, some text 
should appear on the screen. At this point, you can make any of 
five adjustments to fine-tune the display. 

Three controls — Horizontal Hold, Vertical Hold, and Vertical 
Size — are on the back panel of the monitor. (See Figure 5.) An 
icon identifies each control. 



Vertical Size- 



VerticQl Hold- 



Horizontal Hold- 



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Figure 5 

3. If the display is moving vertically, turn the Vertical Hold control 
until the picture becomes stable. 



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4. If the display is moving horizontally, turn the Horizontal Hold 
control until the picture becomes stable. 

5. If the display looks stretched so that characters on the top and 
bottom lines are partially obscured, or if the characters look 
squashed, turn the Vertical Size control until you have 
lengthened or shortened the display the desired degree. The 
recommended setting for Vertical Size is the point at which black 
areas at the top and bottom of the display just disappear when the 
screen is displaying graphics information with a colored border, 

6. Find the Brightness control on the right side of the monitor. 
It's between the On-Off button and the Contrast control. 
(See Figure 4.) To achieve a good balance between screen and 
character brightness, rotate the Brightness control toward the 
rear of the monitor to increase brightness; rotate it toward the 
front to decrease brightness. As you adjust the brightness, you 
will feel the factory-calibrated detent (or balance) position 
marking the center of the range on the Brightness control. Use 
this setting for the best balance between light and dark on your 
display. 

7. Find the Contrast control on the right side of the monitor. It's 
just below the Brightness control. (See Figure 4.) Rotate the 
Contrast control toward the rear of the monitor to increase 
contrast. Rotate it toward the front to decrease contrast. Set the 
contrast to a comfortable level. 

♦ Note: If you can*t solve a problem with the monitor controls, 
take the monitor to your authorized Apple dealer. 

Go ahead and position the computer and monitor as you prefer for 
your work. Some models of Apple computers are large enough to 
let you place the AppleColor RGB Monitor directly on top of the 
computer's case. Try it and see if you like it there. If not, you can 
place the monitor to the side. 



Adjusting the monitor 



Changing the viewing angle 

After setting up your monitor, if you find the viewing angle too low, 
you can raise it by using the Height-Adjustment bar on the bottom 
of the monitor. The Height- Adjustment bar raises the front of the 
monitor one inch off the computer or desk surface. 

Follow these steps to raise the viewing angle: 

1 . Gently turn the monitor on its side. 

2. Locate the Height-Adjustment bar. It's the bar about ten inches 
long and an inch wide that's positioned parallel to the bottom- 
front edge of the monitor. (See Figure 6.) 




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Height-Adjustment bar 




Figure 6 

3. Pull the bar off the bottom of the monitor and turn it so that the 
slots on the flat side of the bar face toward the back of the 
monitor and the slots on the edge of the bar line up with the 
plastic guides on the bottom of the monitor. 

4. Push the bar onto the plastic guides. 

5. Gendy return the monitor to its upright position. 



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Using and caring for your monitor 

This section gives you some guidelines on how to use your monitor 
efficiently and how to care for it. 



Working tips 

Here are some tips you should keep in mind when using your 
AppleColor RGB Monitor: 

■ The computer and monitor are not made of cast iron, but they 
aren't made of antique porcelain, either. Use common sense 
when handling parts of the system. Gentle and firm will do the 
job. 

■ When you switch between 40-column and 80-column text 
formats, you may need to adjust the contrast for better visibility. 

■ An active monitor generates signals that can interfere with a disk 
drive's ability to read a disk. If your system seems to have trouble 
reading disks, move the disk drive (or drives) away from the 
monitor, 

■ If possible, try to position the monitor away from sources of 
glare, like windows or bright lights. 

■ Staring at anything for a long time can cause eyestrain. Make it a 
rule to focus on a distant object occasionally to relax your eye 
muscles. 



Things to ovoid 

Here is a list of some things that could damage your monitor. Some 
of them are obvious, some not. 

■ Don't leave your Apple computer system exposed to direct 
sunlight. The heat can damage the case and even the electronics. 

■ Don't set cups, glasses, or any vessel containing liquids on or 
beside the computer, monitor, or peripheral devices. Spilling a 
liquid into any electronic instrument is a sure way to damage the 
circuitry. 



Using and caring for your monitor 



■ Don't place objects — ^books, magazines, papers, hats, clothing, 
and so on — on top of the computer or monitor. Such objects can 
block the cooling vents. The extra weight of objects may also tip 
over the monitor. Naturally, do not lean on any element of your 
computer system. 

■ Don't leave the monitor on after you turn off the computer. This 
is more a matter of electrical safety and common sense than 
anything else. 

♦ By the way: Your monitor probably feels warm to the touch 
when it's on. Like a television set, the electronics and picture 
tube give off a certain amount of heat, so warmth is not usually a 
cause for alarm. 



Protecting your monitor from theft 

The small rectangular opening in the bottom-right corner on the 
back of the monitor is for connecting a security lock. It lets you 
attach a narrow, flexible cable that you can use to secure your 
monitor (and the rest of your Apple computer system, too) to 
prevent theft. (See Figure 7.) Security locks are available from your 
authorized Apple dealer. 






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Cleaning the monitor 

Follow these suggestions if you need to dean your monitor: 

■ Clean the cabinet with a damp (not wet) lint-free cloth. 

■ Don't use aerosol sprays, solvents, or abrasives that might 
damage the cabinet finish. 



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If the screen gets dirty, apply a household glass cleaner to 
a clean cloth or paper towel and wipe the screen. Don't 
spray glass cleaner directly onto the screen. It could run 
down inside the case and damage electrical circuits. 



Service and support 

To help you get the best performance from your system, Apple 
Computer, Inc. has established a woridwide network of full-support 
authorized Apple dealers. If you need answers to technical 
questions or information about product updates, your authorized 
Apple dealer can help you. Apple's Technical Support organization 
backs each dealership and international technical support group via 
ApplcLink'^'^, a state-of-the-art on-line electronic information 
service, to ensure prompt, reliable assistance. 

Your dealer has the latest information on new hardware and 
software products as well as product updates. If you wish to upgrade 
your system, your dealer can help you select compatible 
components. 

If your product requires service, your local authorized Apple dealer 
is trained and ready to support you, Apple provides factory-quality 
parts and the latest available diagnostic equipment to the more than 
three thousand authorized Apple service centers throughout the 
world. Apple guarantees parts and warranty labor. (Regulations in 
each country determine the length of warranty. Some restrictions 
may apply, depending on the country of original purchase.) 

If for some reason you cannot return to the authorized dealer from 
whom you purchased your system, go to the nearest service 
location. For the location nearest you, in the United States, call 
(800) 538-9696; in Canada, call (800) 268-7796 or (800) 268-7637. 
For locations in other countries, either call the Apple headquarters 
in your country or write to 

Apple Computer, Inc. 
Attn: Customer Relations 
20525 Mariani Avenue 
Cupertino, CA 95014 

USA 



Service and support 1 1 



Apple also offers service options designed to meet your needs. 
They range from carry-in contracts like the AppleCar^ Service 
Agreement (U.S., Canada, and Australia only), which extends full 
warranty coverage up to three years, to self-service plans designed 
to allow large installations to repair their own equipment. Whether 
you use your computer at home, in the office, or at school, Apple 
has a low-cost service plan for you. For details, please visit your 
authorized Apple dealer. 



Appendix: AppleColor RGB Monitor 
specifications 



Picture tube 
Input signals 



User controls 



Scanning frequencies 

Horizontal 
Vertical 

Video bandwidth 



Resolution 

Active video 
display area 



Weight 

Power requirements 



12-inch diagonal (11.5-inch viewable) 

.37 mm tri-dot-pitch high -contrast (black matrix) 

Red, green, blue video signals composited 
with negative going sync 1.0 + .5 volts peak to 
peak, internally terminated with 75 ohm 
resistors. Composite sync negative going 
4.0 ± 1.0 volts peak to peak, internally 
terminated with 2000 ohm resistor. 

Power switch (right side) 

Contrast (right side) 

Brightness, with detent reference (right side) 

Vertical Size (back panel) 

Vertical Hold (back panel) 

Horizontal Hold (back panel) 



NTSC/60 

15.734 kHz 
60 Hz 



NTSC/50-PAL/50 

15.659 kHz 
50 Hz 



Flat within 1.5 DB to 6.5 MHz. Less than 
3 DB down at 8 MHz. 

640 H by 200 V pixels when used with the 
Apple IlGS 

Adjusted at the factory to produce an 
active video area of 200 mm horizontal 
by 150 mm vertical. Remainder of 
display surface area is used for border 
display zone. 

12.5 kg (27.56 lb) maximum 

Less than 65 watts under normal viewing 
conditions. 90 watts maximum. 



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Input voltage 






Model 


Operating range 


Power frequency 


120 V 


108-132 


50-60 H2 


220 V 


198-242 


50-60 Hz 


240 V 


216-264 


50-60 H2 


Opetatif^ ainlMent 


10°C to 40°C 




temperature 


C50°F to 104°F) 




Operating humidity 


90% maximum 




Operating altitude 


10,000 feet maximum 


Fuse protection 


The monitor contains internal power line 



fuse protection. This fuse should be 
replaced with the same type by a qualified 
service technician. 



Input s^nal connector pin assignments 



Pin 


Function 


1 


Red video ground 


2 


Red composite video 


3 


Composite sync 


4 


(not used) 


5 


Green composite video 


6 


Green video ground 


7 


(not used) 


S 


(not used) 


9 


Blue composite video 


10 


(not used) 


11 


(not used) 


12 


(not used) 


13 


Blue video ground 


14 


(not used) 


15 


(not used) 


Shell 


Shield ground 



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