7■About built-in wireless LAN
●To use the built-in wireless LAN, using an access point is recommended.
●To use the built-in wireless LAN in the access point mode, up to 7 devices are connectable. But the
transfer rate will vary according to communication environment or connected equipments.
●Do not use the built-in wireless LAN to connect to any wireless network (SSID*1) for which you do
not have usage rights. Such networks may be listed as a result of searches. However, using them
may be regarded as illegal access.
Check that the Access point supports WPS*
(If it does not support WPS, the encryption key of the Access point is required when configuring settings.)
Follow the instructions on the Access point setup screen and configure the appropriate security settings.
For more details on setting of Access point, please refer to operating manual for the Access point.
●We recommend using 11n (5 GHz) for the wireless system between the built-in wireless LAN and
Communication is also possible with 11a, 11b, and 11g, but the communication speed may be
●If the wireless system of the Access point is changed, devices that could connect by wireless LAN
may no longer be able to connect.
●Data transmitted and received over radio waves may be intercepted and monitored.
●Keep the TV away from the following devices as much as possible:
Wireless LAN, microwaves, and other devices that use 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz signals. Otherwise, the
TV failures such as malfunction may occur due to the radio wave interference.
●When noises occur due to the static electricity, etc., the TV might stop operating for the protection
of the devices. In this case, turn the TV Off with power On / Off switch, then turn it On again.
*1 SSID is a name for identifying a particular wireless network for transmission.
*2 WPS: Wi-Fi Protected Setup
CEA CHILD SAFETY NOTICES
Flat panel displays are not always supported on
the proper stands or installed according to the
manufacturer’s recommendations. Flat panel
displays that are inappropriately situated on
dressers, bookcases, shelves, desks, speakers,
chests, or carts may fall over and may cause
personal injury or even death.
The consumer electronics industry (of which
Panasonic is a member) is committed to making
home entertainment enjoyable and safe. To prevent
personal injury or death, be sure to follow the
following safety guidelines:
TUNE INTO SAFETY:
• One size does NOT fit all. Follow the
manufacturer’s recommendations for the safe
installation and use of your flat panel display.
• Carefully read and understand all enclosed
instructions for proper use of this product.
• Don’t allow children to climb on or play with
furniture and television sets.
• Don’t place flat panel displays on furniture that
can easily be used as steps, such as a chest of
• Remember that children can become excited while
watching a program, especially on “larger than life”
flat panel displays. Care should be taken to install
the display where it cannot be pushed, pulled over,
or knocked down.
• Care should be taken to route all cords and cables
connected to the flat panel display so that they
cannot be pulled or grabbed by curious children.
WALL MOUNTING: IF YOU DECIDE TO WALL
MOUNT YOUR FLAT PANEL DISPLAY, ALWAYS:
• Use a mount that has been recommended by
the display manufacturer and/or listed by an
independent laboratory (such as UL, CSA, ETL).
• Follow all instructions supplied by the display and
wall mount manufacturers.
• If you have any doubts about your ability to safely
install your flat panel display, contact your retailer
about professional installation.
• Make sure the wall where you are mounting the
display is appropriate. Some wall mounts are not
designed to be mounted to walls with steel studs
or old cinder block construction. If you are unsure,
contact a professional installer.
• A minimum of two people are required for
installation. Flat panel displays can be heavy.
Panasonic recommends that a qualified installer
perform the wall-mount installation. See page 8.
The American Academy of Pediatrics
discourages media viewing for children
younger than two years. For more details, see