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if camera and base are within a few feet of one another does it have a problem obtaining a signal (syncing ) ?? as if it works ok then there might be a object that is getting in the way of the signal , radio waves move from its transmitter (camera) towards its receiver (monitor) in a straight line , if there is too large a mass in the way then the radio wave can't penetrate it and will be "lost" also ck both the camera's and bases battery levels (if they have one) for proper peak power level , as it takes energy to drive the radio signal towards its receiver .
What is the source for the signal to the monitor? First, if the source is a computer, was the computer previously connected to a CRT monitor? If this was the case, you may have the wrong refresh rate as well as the wrong resolution being sent to the video port. Reconnect the computer to the old monitor (if possible) and reset the refresh rate to 60 Hz.
Next connect the monitor to the computer with both devices off. Then turn on the monitor and set it to the correct input (if needed). Then turn on the computer. Most versions of Windows should determine the best resolution for the monitor. (Some Unix versions and recent versions of the Mac OS will also automatically find the correct resolution.) If you are still getting the out of range message, you need to change the video resolution with a different monitor connected and then retry. Always turn on the monitor first.
For additional support, please add a comment with the specific monitor and source that you have. In a few cases, the video card/on-board video may not be able to output the correct resolution or lose the correct setting when the monitor or computer "sleep".
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (I've seen most "out of range" messages with several TVs that were connected to computers and turned on and set to the computer input after the computer booted up.)
You may have accidently clicked the "Options" buttons and selected a different camera (you can have up to 4). Click the middle button on the remote (it looks like a cherry) and hit the left/right keys to get back to Camera 1. Also, if you lose the signal for any reason (like if you go out of range or stand next to a running microwave), you sometimes have to turn the device off and then turn it back on again to get the signal back. I don't care though -- for all its flaws, I still heart this thing.
When you turn off the pc the monitor loses the sync signal and should go into a suspend mode where the screen is blanked. The power management settings should be checked. In display properties check that the monitor is installed correctly.
It shows out of range because the PC is sending out the video signal that is higher than the monitor can display, you need to set the PC video resolution to the native resolution: 1024 x 768 @60Hz. You can reboot the PC into save mode (hitting F8 key while booting up) then set the resolution to 640 x 480 (try 1024 x 768 if it allows you to do so), reboot and reset the resoltion to 1024 x 768 @60Hz.
You can try removing signal cable from pc.If it still says "Out of range" most probably main logic card or interface board as it is known in the lcd monitor could be defective.If on the other hand removing the signal cable gives message No signal ,cable not connected,try connecting monitor to another working known pc.If it still doesn't work the interface board in the monitor is defective.
I have been having the same problem with my hpvs17 monitor when i start to use my web browser on linux distros. Now, for the next few days i am going to try my system on a regular crt monitor. if the monitor does not crash, than i will have to say that the hpvs17 monitor has a defect.It seems that when i go online, while i am in the middle of searching something, the monitor just shuts off and i get "input signal out of range".