How do I reset the Flipper FD90AID?

  1. Press Menu button (menu should be present on the screen)
  2. Press Select button to scroll to “Utilities” (Utilities should be highlighted)
  3. Press Menu button to highlight sub menu
  4. Press Select button to scroll to “reset” (reset line should be highlighted)
  5. Press the Down button to reset
  6. Reset complete

What type of inputs does the Flipper have?

The standard versions of our 5″ LCD have 2x Composite and 1x VGA inputs.

DVI is available on certain models for an additional fee; contact your sales representative for more information.

How do you secure the HDMI connection on the back of the LCD monitor?

Most of our installing dealers prefer to mate an ECS HDMI cable with our pigtail coming from the monitor.

We have a bracket on all our HDMI-equipped source equipment. This bracket will interface with HDMI to allow zip ties to be used to secure the cables.

Using two zip ties, the dealer will criss cross the two in order to secure the connectors together. Despite the unorthodox method, creating this crossing lock has proven very sturdy for our customers.

How do you input Composite video to a monitor with S-Video input?

  1. Tie the Y-positive with the C-positive.
  2. Tie the Y-negative with the C-negative.
  3. Use the positive side of the connectors to go to the center conductor of the Composite video.
  4. Use the two lows (C-low and Y-low) to the return video.

For example: Referencing the Installation Manual for the 26-inch LCD, you would tie pins 5 and 7 together (these are the highs), and then also tie pins 6 and 8 (these are the lows).

Please note that in doing this, the monitor resolution may look grainy or over-pixelated because it is too sharp. To fix this, simply go into the on-screen monitor menu and reduce the sharpness down to your preferred level.

How will your Widescreen 16:9 LCD monitors show a PAL 4:3 signal?

This pertains to both VIP IFE (source: VHS players) and Military and Special Mission customers (source: FLIR cameras).

We can display your PAL 4:3 video output on our LCD monitors in a variety of settings.

  1. Stretch the image to maximize the screen area used while maintaining the correct aspect ratio. (BLACK BARS ALONG ALL 4 SIDES)
  2. Display the input image coming in 1:1. (BLACK BARS ALONG ALL 4 SIDES)
  3. Stretch the image horizontally across the entire screen. (BLACK BARS ALONG TOP AND BOTTOM)
  4. Allow the monitor to automatically zoom/stretch based on the source image. (BLACK BARS ALONG TOP AND BOTTOM)