Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT 17" LCD Desktop Monitor with DVI-I Input

Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT 17" LCD Desktop Monitor with DVI-I Input
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Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT 17" LCD Desktop Monitor with DVI-I Input

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Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2
  • 3Power Button
  • 4User-Definable Function Buttons
  • 5Menu Navigation Buttons
  • 6Image Adjustment Knobs
  • 7LED Tally
  • 8
  • 9Power Input
  • 10Tally Input Connector
  • 11Desktop Mounting Holes
  • 12VESA 75mm Hole Pattern
  • 13Input Connection
  • 14PROG Port

The V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT 17" LCD Desktop Monitor with DVI-I Input from Marshall Electronics is designed for low-cost production or confidence monitoring. This desktop monitor provides a DVI-I input and a 15-pin Sub-D tally connector. The V-LCD17HR includes features such as Status Display, False Color Filter, Markers, Freeze Function, Color Temperature Presets, RGB Gain/Bias Adjust, Pixel-to-Pixel, Blue Gun, Hard Tally, and user-definable function buttons.

The False Color filter is used to aid in the setting of camera exposure. As the camera Iris is adjusted, elements of the image will change color based on the luminance or brightness values. This enables proper exposure to be achieved without the use of external test equipment. The V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT comes included with a desktop stand.

Top and front panel

Power Button

Use the power button to toggle between On and Standby modes. In both the Standby and the On states, the LED on the button will illuminate bright green. This indicates that Main power is applied to the unit.

User-Definable Function Buttons

Two user-definable function buttons can be used for direct access to various settings. Functions are assigned using the on-screen menu.

Menu Navigation Buttons

Use the Menu, Up/Down, and Select buttons to display and navigate the on-screen menu.

Image Adjustment Knobs

Use the image adjustment knobs to adjust color brightness, color-saturation, tint, and contrast of the image. The status of each image adjustment parameter is shown on the bottom left of the screen, with values ranging from 0 to 100. Default value is 50.

LED Tally

Three LED tally lights (yellow, red, green) are available above the screen.
Rear panel

Power Input

Connect 12 VDC to the 4-pin XLR power input connector. Power should only be supplied from the included power supply.

Tally Input Connector

The LED tally can be activated via the HD-15 connector by connecting the corresponding pin to ground. A variety of external devices can be used to perform the contact closure. No additional power should be supplied to the HD-15 port.

Desktop Mounting Holes

Desktop mounting holes are used when attaching the monitor to the desktop stand.

VESA 75mm Hole Pattern

VESA-standard 75 mm hole pattern is provided to accommodate a variety of custom mounting options.

Input Connection

The monitor comes pre-configured with DVI-I input.


The PROG port is a service/upgrade port only. Please contact Marshall Electronics for more information.
UPC: 801813172409

Marshall Electronics V-LCD17HR-DVII-DT Specs

Size17" diagonal
Resolution1920 x 1080 RGB
Aspect Ratio16:10
Active Area14.5 x 9.0" (367.2 x 229.5 mm)
Brightness250 cd/m2
Color GamutYUV, RGB
Viewing Angle (CR≥10)140 x 130°
Backlight TypeLED, adjustable
Video Formats1080p, 1080i, 720p, 625i, and 525i
Color TemperatureD65, D55, and D93
Power Input2-pin twist-lock
Tally15-pin VGA, female
Inputs1 x DVI-I
Status DisplayInput Status Display
Voltage12 VDC
Consumption3.5 A @ 12 VDC (42 W)
ComplianceCE approved
VESA Mount75 mm
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Storage Temperature-4 to 120°F (-20 to 49°C)
Dimensions18.9 x 10.4 x 1.1" (48.0 x 26.4 x 2.8 cm)
Weight8.8 lb (4 kg), with rack ears
Packaging Info
Package Weight12.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25.3 x 13.8 x 7.4"
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