- grandMA3 User Manual
- grandMA3 Quick Start Guide
- grandMA3 Quick Manual consoles
- Intended Use
- Quick Start
- Technical Data
- Hardware-related Instances
- grandMA3 Quick Manual processing units
- grandMA3 Quick Manual Nodes
- grandMA3 Quick Manual Nodes DIN-Rail
- grandMA3 Quick Manual onPC command wing XT
- grandMA3 Quick Manual onPC command wing
- grandMA3 Quick Manual onPC fader wing
- grandMA3 Quick Manual onPC rack-unit
- grandMA3 Quick Manual viz-key
- grandMA3 Quick Manual I/O Nodes
- Release Notes
The following list does neither depict defects nor malfunctions. It merely states instances that may occur during the manufacturing process.
- Backlight bleeding may occur during manufacturing of LCD displays.
- Deviations in color temperature are subject to technical tolerances during the manufacturing process of LCD displays.
- Color deviations in hardware, for example in display housing, and deviations in the surface texture, such as hand rest pads, are subject to technical tolerances during manufacturing of such materials.
The screens of grandMA3 series are subject to pixel fault class II (ISO 13406-2).
The table below shows the maximum number of allowed defects per 1 million pixels.
|Pixel fault||Maximum number of faults per 1 million pixels|
|Permanent hot pixel (always on, being color white)||2 (minimum distance between bright dots ≥ 15mm)|
|2 permanent hot pixels that are adjacent||1|
|Permanent dead pixel (always off, meaning black)||5 (minimum distance between dark dots ≥ 15mm)|
|2 permanent dead pixels that are adjacent||1|
|Stuck pixel (one or more sub-pixels (red, blue or green) are always on or always off)||5|
Due to technical reasons, there might be some slight scratches on the screens.