LMD-2451MT
Medical 3D LCD Monitor
In recent years, digital technologies for stereoscopic three dimensional (3D) image processing and
monitoring have progressed rapidly. This is particularly true of 3D imaging for medical use.
Some types of 3D monitoring systems are already used in medical modality applications. However, most of
these are based on SD (standard-definition) resolution. Today’s users are unhappy with this level of 3D picture
quality and the way it compromises the usability of conventional 3D monitoring systems for endoscopic
surgery. Newer systems which incorporate improved digital technologies for 3D monitoring, including HD
(high-definition) resolution, are of greater value in medical modality applications.
Now, Sony introduces a high-performance medical 3D LCD monitor – the LMD-2451MT, 24-inch*1 WUXGA
(1920 x 1200 pixels) resolution monitor – to its comprehensive lineup of medical-grade displays.
The LMD-2451MT incorporates a circular-micro polarizer filter attached to the LCD panel, and is supplied with
circular-polarizer 3D glasses. Wearing these lightweight 3D glasses*2, users experience a feeling of natural
depth, and smooth, uninterrupted viewing of multiple monitors and flicker-free 3D images. This image quality
helps users to engage in 3D operations with minimal stress.
Installing an optional BKM-250TG 3G-SDI input adaptor, this 3D monitor offers a variety of 3D display functions
such as Disparity Simulation, a Checkerboard Display, L/R Switch, and more to support optimum 3D settings
and adjustments.*3
Not only does the LMD-2451MT deliver 3D imaging capabilities, but it also can be used as a 2D monitor and
its features are upper-compatible with those of the current LMD-2450MD and LMD-2451MD medical monitors.
With these features and benefits, the LMD-2451MT is ideal for 3D endoscopic surgery and suited to a wide
range of medical settings, such as conferences, education, and training, where critical high-quality 3D
monitoring is required.
*1 24-inch (613.2-mm) viewable area, measured diagonally.
*2 Two types of 3D glasses are available – the BKM-30G and BKM-31G (clip-on type) – weighing approximately 18 g (0.63 oz) and 16 g (0.56 oz) respectively.
*3 The BKM-250TG input adaptor (serial number 7100001 or later) is required.
3D Features
Stereoscopic 3D Display Mechanism and Types
A human estimates the depth of an observed object
using elements (depth cues) such as focus, perspective,
interposition (occlusion), relative size, and other cues. The
mechanism for displaying a 3D stereoscopic image is
vergence and stereopsis.
Different types of 3D display systems are available – those
that require glasses, and those that do not. There are different
types of glasses-less systems: a lenticular system, parallax
barrier system, and integral system. However, most of these
systems cannot deliver viewing angles particularly in multiple
view that are good enough for professional use. For this
reason, glasses-less systems are usually only found today, for
example, in amusement applications.
stress even during continuous medical tasks.
In addition, the center-support structure does not put the
lenses under stress, and so there is no lens distortion. These
polycarbonate lenses withstand temperature changes and
shock. The ear stems maintain a comfortable and secure grip,
preventing the glasses from slipping, and the nose pads also
provide good grip even when sweat could cause slippage.
BKM-31G clip-on glasses are for operators who wear glasses
for eyesight correction. They are very light, weighing only 16 g
(0.56 oz) approximately.
Both the BKM-30G and BKM-31G circular-polarizer glasses
block approximately 99% of the sun's ultraviolet rays.*
* BKM-30G and BKM-31G circular-polarizer glasses cannot be used as
sunglasses. The blocked spectral range is 280 nm to 380 nm.
Currently there are two types of glasses-based systems: one is
a shutter system typical of commercially available consumer
televisions, for example, and the other is a circular-polarizer
system which is incorporated in Sony professional and
medical 3D monitors including the LMD-2451MT.
BKM-30G 3D glasses
Benefits of Circular-polarizer 3D System
The circular-polarizer 3D glasses do not require synchronization
with the monitor system – even if it is a multi-monitor system.
Users experience smooth, uninterrupted viewing of multiple
monitors, and flicker-free viewing even under a fluorescent
light. Added to this, there is no need for batteries in the
glasses, which are therefore very lightweight, and cross-talk
(interference between right and left lenses) rarely occurs even
when the wearer inclines their head.
LCD panel
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Clip-on 3D glasses
Multiple 3D Input Signal Formats and Interfaces
The LMD-2451MT accepts a variety of 3D signal formats
including 3G-SDI (level-B), Dual-stream HD-SDI, HD-SDI
Side-by-side, HD-SDI Line interleave (line-by-line), HD-SDI Field
sequential using an optional BKM-250TG 3G-SDI input adaptor,
and DVI Line interleave (line-by-line). This input flexibility
enables versatile 3D system installation.
3D Signals and Video Formats
3D Signal type
Interface
Right-signal on odd lines
(Clockwise)
Left-signal on even lines
(Counter-clockwise)
Left eye
Right eye
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Principle of 3D Circular-polarizer
Unique Lightweight Circular-polarizer 3D Glasses
Two types of 3D glasses are available, the BKM-30G and
BKM-31G (clip-on type), both of which are designed for the 3D
operator's convenience and optimized for the LMD-2451MT
Medical 3D monitor.
The BKM-30G is extremely lightweight – just 18 g (0.63 oz)
approximately – and is comfortable to wear. The soft frame
and center-support structure are designed to fit any size and
shape of head and face, so the wearer experiences minimal
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flip-up
1080/50i
1080/60i*2
1080/24p
1080/25p
1080/30p*2
1080/50p
1080/60p
1080/24PsF*2
1080/25PsF
720/50p*3
720/60p*2 *3
1920 x 1080/50Hz
1920 x 1080/60Hz
3G (Level B)
Dual stream
3G-SDI*1
2 x HD-SDI*1
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Side-byside*4
Line interleave
(Line-by-line)
Field
sequential
HD-SDI*1
HD-SDI*1
DVI
HD-SDI*1
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*1 BKM-250TG (serial number 7100001 or later) is required for the 3D 3G/
HD-SDI signals.
*2 The frame rate is also compatible with 1/1.001.
*3 720/50p and 720/60p signals are displayed as a native scan and in a
window pattern.
*4 L/R pictures are displayed as a line-by-line in 3D mode. L/R pictures in 2D
mode are displayed as a side-by-side display, and the L/R pictures are
not compressed vertically.
3D Features
Variety of 3D/2D Display Functions
There are a variety of convenient 3D display features such as Disparity Simulation, a Checkerboard Display, L/R Switch, Flip H,
and Horopter Check.* These functions help optimize 3D settings and adjustments of the LMD-2451MT monitor before use.
These capabilities are assignable to function keys on the front panel of the LMD-2451MT. This is very convenient for users who
frequently switch between 2D and 3D mode during 3D operation.
* These functions work when the optional BKM-250TG 3G-SDI input adaptor is installed. Disparity Simulation, Checkerboard, and L/R Switch support only dualstream HD-SDI signals, while Flip H and Horopter Check support both 3G-SDI (level-B) and dual-stream HD-SDI signals.
2D/3D Switching Function
This function helps users to monitor 2D/3D pictures by
allowing switching during the same surgical procedure. It
can be assigned to a function key (F1 as a default setting).
Other 3D Features
Flip H [3D mode]
The Flip H function turns the reversed image to the normal
view when receiving a reverse image from a camera system.
* A delay in signal processing occurs, and both the left and right signals
synchronize to the delayed signal.
Disparity Simulation [3D mode]
Either the left or right signal phase (or both phases) of a
3D image can be shifted horizontally. In this way, users can
simulate the amount of 3D image parallax, and can adjust for
the most optimum 3D viewing.
* The simulated image cannot be output to other equipment, and cannot
be recorded on an external recorder.
Weaker parallax
Channel-assign information about the payload ID data of
input signals is displayed on the menu screen. This tells users
how the left and right channels are assigned in the menu.
LR
LR
This function helps users to perceive the subtle difference of
depth between different objects placed on the 3D screen
surface.
Payload ID Display
Shift
Original parallax
Horopter Check [3D mode]
Simulation
Shift
3D/2D Color Matching Function
(3D Offset Adjustment)
L R
Stronger parallax
After Disparity Simulation, the last parallax
value can be held and stored in memory.
Both sides of the screen are masked with gray.
Checkerboard [2D mode]
Left and right input signals are displayed in a grid pattern
on screen – divided into 9 blocks vertically and 16 blocks
horizontally. By comparing adjacent images, users can
recognize a difference in brightness and color setting of the
left and right images, and thus easily adjust the camera's
white balance and iris settings.
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In 3D mode, this function offsets the white balance of a 3D
image. This enables closer image color matching between
a 3D image viewed through 3D glasses and a 2D image
when the viewer takes off their 3D glasses. The benefit of this
function is that surgeons can view and switch between 3D
and 2D images without noticing color changes and therefore
without feeling discomfort.
Vertical Viewing Angle in 3D Mode
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L/R Switch [2D mode]
Left and right signals can be
swapped in a moment without
inserting black frames, simply
by manually pushing a function
key. This instant-swap capability
enables users to compare whole
images and check for any sense
of incongruity or for unnatural
images.
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LMD-4251MT
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50°
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2D / General Features
Safety Listing and Compliance
The LMD-2451MT is UL60601-1 listed and complies with the
CSA22.2 No.60601 and EN60 601-1 safety regulation. The
monitor is suitable for use in professional medical applications.
High Performance WUXGA LCD Panel
The LMD-2451MT incorporates a high-contrast, high-brightness,
and high-resolution WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels) LCD panel,
which uses precisely manufactured RGB color filters, allowing
the reproduction of colors with stunning depth and saturation
to create highly natural images.
Incorporating an IPS panel, the LMD-2451MT offers stable
images when viewed from various angles both horizontally
and vertically*, with virtually no reduction in picture contrast,
color saturation, or hue shift.
* The vertical viewing angle in 3D mode is 50° at a minimum distance of 300
mm from the center of the LMD-2451MT’s screen.
ChromaTRU™
Color Matching Technology
For an extra level of color reproduction accuracy, every LCD
panel used in the LMD-2451MT is precisely color-calibrated
at the factory, providing faithful color reproduction, so that
the R, G, B color coordinates are consistent for every monitor.
Further to this, a second calibration is applied so that white
balance is maintained at a consistent color temperature
throughout all grayscale levels. Either ITU-R BT.709 or OFF can
be selected for the color space settings.
Sophisticated I/P (Interlace to Progressive)
Conversion
The LMD-2451MT uses an advanced technology to perform
sophisticated I/P conversion*, which is essential to enabling
an interlaced video source to display on the LCD progressive
panel. With this sophisticated I/P conversion technology,
the LMD-2451MT does not need a scaling process to deliver
essential high-level accuracy when monitoring detailed
images from full-HD video sources.
* Three I/P conversion modes can be simply selected via the on-screen
menu. In 3D mode, I/P conversion is fixed in Field-merge mode.
Color Temperature and Gamma Mode Selection
Users can select the color temperature from HIGH, LOW, LOW2,
and USER modes. A gamma mode can also be selected from
two settings: 2.2 and DICOM.
Why Black Bezel for Medical Monitor?
The LMD-2451MT incorporates a black-color bezel, instead of
a conventional white one. This is simply because this monitor
is designed to optimize surgeons’ 3D image viewing, enabling
them to concentrate on surgical procedures. The rear panel
design is white, however, just like other medical monitors.
White Balance Calibration Function
LCD monitor performance typically changes over time
and requires regular recalibration to maintain its original
performance.
The LMD-2451MT employs a software-based white balance
calibration function, which is called LMD_AutoWhiteBalance.
Combined with a PC and commercially available calibration
tool*, this function enables simple adjustment of the monitor’s
white balance, even in a multiple monitor environment.
LMD-2451MT front
* The X-Rite Eye-one (i1) Pro Series.
Natural Gradation of Color Reproduction (10-Bit DSP)
The LMD-2451MT incorporates an advanced 10-bit digital
video signal processor to produce accurate and lifelike
images with smooth and natural gradation.
LMD-2451MT rear
LMD-2451MT side
LMT-2451MT
sheet-type switches
on the front bezel
Flat Front Panel Design
The LMD-2451MT is designed to eliminate difference in surface
level between the monitor bezel and the protection panel.
Also, by incorporating sheet-type switches in its front panel,
this monitor prevents dust and contaminant build up, which is
important for medical equipment hygiene.
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2D / General Features
Multi Picture-and-picture Capability
User Memory Function
The LMD-2451MT provides a variety of input and output
combinations for multi-display: Side-by-side (SBS), Picture-outpicture (POP), and Picture-in-picture (PIP). With the optional
BKM-256DD DVI-D input adaptor, for example, the monitor can
concurrently display two DVI input signal images. Also, in Sideby-side mode with vertical full scan, it is easier to diagnose
captured moving images. These flexible display modes are
convenient when displaying images from an endoscope,
ultrasound, X-ray, and more. They also add convenience,
allowing users to check captured images from an archive
and still images on a printer.
Users can save up to 20 picture settings, each with a user
name. This data can be saved and loaded on the monitor
or onto external equipment such as a PC connected in Serial
Remote mode.
Examples of multi-display
Power-saving Mode
When no input signal is received for over a minute, the monitor
goes into power-saving mode and consumes minimal power.
This function prevents unnecessary electrical consumption.
External Remote Control Function
The LMD-2451MT has an external remote control capability for
input/output signal selection and adjustment of various items
via Ethernet (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) connection. Users can
execute the same operation on all connected monitors, or put
all connected monitors into the same setup and adjustment
state.
SBS (normal)
SBS (V-full scan)
Seven-language On-screen Display
The on-screen display is available in seven languages: English,
French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese.
Mounting Flexibility (VESA)
The LMD-2451MT complies with the 100 x 100 mm
hole-spacing VESA mounting standard, making it ideal for
use with surgical equipment arms and tabletop stands. It
is sufficiently flexible for use as a desktop monitor with an
optional monitor stand, SU-560.
POP (V-full scan)
* Simulated images
Scan Function
Scan size can be selected between “NORMAL (0%)”, “OVER
(20%)”, “FULL”, and “NATIVE*” scan modes. The aspect ratio
can be switched between 16:9 and 4:3 according to the
input signal.
* NATIVE is effective only when 1080i, 1080p, or 720p signal is input. 1080p
can be selected when BKM-250TG is installed.
Mirror Image
The LMD-2451MT can reproduce a full-screen size, reverse
image. This function is useful when it is impossible to physically
turn an endoscopic camera system or when the camera system
cannot deliver a reversed image. This Mirror Image function of
the LMD-2451MT is ideal for procedures requiring two surgeons
to work at opposite points of orientation to a patient, for
example in thoracoscopic surgery, laparoscopic surgery, and
other applications.
LMD-2451MT with a surgical equipment arm image
LMD-2451MT with an optional monitor stand SU-560
Key Inhibit Function
Normal image
Mirror image
* Simulated images
Key inhibit is a menu function that helps prevent inadvertent
operation from the control panel. Users can also prevent this
type of operator mistake just by pushing the Control button
on the control panel; this turns off the LED switch lights, and
cancels the switch functions.
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Input Versatility
The LMD-2451MT monitor can accept almost any signal
ranging from SD to HD video, as well as PC signals, via its
DVI-D and HD15 connectors. In addition to standard inputs,
a variety of different optional input adaptors are offered for
use in the monitor’s expansion slots. This versatility allows
images to be monitored from a broad range of medical
equipment sources.
Optional BKM-250TG Input Adaptor for 3G-SDI
and 3D Display Functions
This interface is compliant with the SMPTE ST 424:2006 and ST
425:2008 (SMPTE 424M and 425) standards, transmitting up
to 4:2:2/10-bit 1080/50p and 1080/60p video data using one
SDI cable. It also supports 3G-SDI (level-B) and dual-stream
HD-SDI – these signals are required for 3D display functions.
Optional BKM-256DD Input Adaptor for Dual DVI-D Inputs
By installing the optional BKM-256DD input adaptor in the
monitor’s expansion slot, users can employ a maximum of
two DVI inputs and one loop-through output in a standard
configuration.
• Equipped with DVI Signal Level Stable Circuit
The BKM-256DD is equipped with an equalizer circuit that
enables the transfer of input signals over a long distance
without signal deterioration. For optical fiber transmission, the
5 V power required to convert a signal from electric to optical
is supplied from each 14-pin input and output connector.
Convenient Preset Function
In addition to typical signal formats, the LMD-2451MT supports
a variety of video signal formats qualified by endoscopic
manufacturers. The LMD-2451MT includes a table of seven
types of preset to accommodate these video signal formats.
Users can easily select from the on-screen display (OSD)
menu their preferred monitor setting for each format.
Input Signals / Input Adaptors
Interfaces
Video Signal
Formats
575/50i (PAL)
480/60i (NTSC)*1
576/50p
480/60p
1080/24PsF*1
1080/25PsF
1080/24p*1
1080/25p
1080/30p*1
1080/50i
1080/60i*1
720/50p
720/60p*1
1080/50p
1080/60p
Composite
RGB
Y/C
Component
Standard
BKM-227W
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BKM-229X
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HD-SDI
SD-SDI
SDI 4:2:2
Options
BKM-220D
BKM-243HS
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BKM-250TG
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*1 Compatible with 1/1.001 *2 For component input only
HD15 Input Signal Format
VESA
DMT
Resolution
640 x 480 @60Hz
800 x 600 @56Hz
800 x 600 @60Hz
800 x 600 @72Hz
800 x 600 @75Hz
800 x 600 @85Hz
1024 x 768 @60Hz
1024 x 768 @70Hz
1024 x 768 @75Hz
1024 x 768 @85Hz
1152 x 864 @75Hz
1280 x 960 @60Hz
1280 x 1024 @60Hz
Dot
Clock
[MHz]
25.175
36.000
40.000
50.000
49.500
56.250
65.000
75.000
78.750
94.500
108.000
108.000
108.000
fH
[kHz]
fV [Hz]
31.469
35.156
37.879
48.077
46.875
53.674
48.363
56.476
60.023
68.677
67.500
60.000
63.981
59.940
56.250
60.317
72.188
75.000
85.061
60.004
70.069
75.029
84.997
75.000
60.000
60.020
N = Negative P = Positive
Sync Polarity
Horizontal
Vertical
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Resolution
640 x 480 @60Hz
800 x 600 @60Hz
1024 x 768 @60Hz
1280 x 768 @50Hz
1280 x 768 @60Hz
1280 x 768 @60Hz
1280 x 768 @75Hz
CVT
1280 x 960 @60Hz
1280 x 1024 @60Hz
1360 x 768 @50Hz
1360 x 768 @60Hz
1360 x 768 @60Hz
1920 x 1080 @50Hz
1920 x 1080 @60Hz
720 x 400 @70Hz
Others
1280 x 800 @60Hz
Dot
Clock
[MHz]
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35.500
56.000
65.125
80.125
68.250
102.875
85.250
91.000
69.500
84.625
72.000
141.375
138.625
28.322
68.900
fH
[kHz]
fV [Hz]
29.531
36.979
47.297
39.518
47.693
47.396
60.091
59.201
63.194
39.489
47.649
47.368
55.572
66.647
31.469
48.935
59.780
59.837
59.870
49.959
59.992
59.995
74.926
59.920
59.957
49.922
59.936
59.960
49.975
59.988
70.087
59.969
Sync Polarity
Horizontal
Vertical
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Range of DVI Input Signal
Max resolution: 1920 x 1080/60Hz
Vertical frequency: 50.0 Hz to 85.1 Hz
Horizontal frequency: 31.5 kHz to 77.0 kHz
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Dot clock: 25.175 MHz to 148.500 MHz
Picture size, phase: automatically detected by the DE (data enable) signal
HD-SDI – Its Features and Benefits
HD-SDI is an interface to transmit high-definition (HD) video
and audio signals in real time without failure. Because of
this high-quality feature, HD-SDI has begun to penetrate
medical facilities where high-resolution, high-quality image
signal transmission is imperative. The interface connector
is a BNC-type that is small in size and has a lock structure.
The cable type is coaxial, which is comparatively thin and
sufficiently flexible – a 5C-FV cable is an example. The
transmission distance can be extended to approximately
100 m (328 ft) (typical)*, so this solution is suitable for
cable installation inside a building.
The HD-SDI has 1.5 Gbps bandwidth to transmit Y/Cb/Cr
4:2:2 10-bit full-HD 1920 x 1080i signals. In addition, 3G-SDI
featuring 3 Gbps bandwidth is also available to transmit
Y/Cb/Cr 4:2:2 10-bit 1920 x 1080/50p and 60p signals.
Both the HD-SDI and the 3G-SDI interface are ideal for
high-definition (HD) image transmission, and they help in
applications for minimally invasive (MI) procedures.
3G/HD-SDI interface image
8-bit (256-levels) image*
10-bit (1024-levels) image*
* The transmission distance differs according to cable type.
* Simulated images
Optional Accessories
BKM-250TG
BKM-243HS
BKM-256DD
BKM-220D
BKM-227W
3G/HD/SD-SDI Input
Adaptor
HD/SD-SDI Input Adaptor
DVI-D Input Adaptor
SD-SDI 4:2:2 Input Adaptor
NTSC/PAL Input Adaptor
BKM-229X
SU-560
BKM-30G
BKM-31G
Analog Component
Adaptor
Display Stand
Circular-polarizer 3D Glasses
Clip-on type
Circular-polarizer 3D Glasses
Optional Input Adaptors
BKM-250TG, 3G/HD/SD-SDI Input Adaptor*
BKM-243HS, HD-SDI/SD-SDI Input Adaptor*
BKM-256DD, DVI-D Input Adaptor
3G/HD/SD-SDI signal input (x2)
HD-SDI/SD-SDI signal input (x2)
DVI-D signal input
3G/HD/SD-SDI monitor output (x2)
HD-SDI/SD-SDI monitor output (x1)
DVI-D signal output
*3G-SDI, HD-SDI and SD-SDI signals are
detected automatically
*HD-SDI and SD-SDI signals are
detected automatically
BKM-220D, SD-SDI 4:2:2 Input Adaptor
BKM-227W, NTSC/PAL Input Adaptor
BKM-229X, Analog Component Adaptor
SD-SDI signal input (x2)
Composite input/output (x1)
RGB,Y/PB/PR input (x1)
SD-SDI monitor output (x1)
Y/C input/output (x1)
EXT SYNC (x1)
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Specifications
Dimensions
LMD-2451MT
RGB, Component
DVI-D
HD15
External sync
Option slot
Parallel remote
Serial remote
DC in
Output
Composite
Y/C
RGB, Component
External sync
General
Power requirements
Power consumption
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Storage and transport
temperature
Storage and transport humidity
Operating, storage, and
transport pressure
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Mass
Supplied accessories
Distributed by
302 (12)
M4
100(4)
100(4)100(4)
Front Panel
1
2
1
10
11
12
BNC (x1), Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic termination
Mini DIN 4-pin (x1), Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic termination
BNC (x3), Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic termination
BNC (x1), Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic termination
454 (17 7/8)
386.2 (15 1/4)
273.5 (10 7/8)
209.7 (8 3/8)100 (4)
Input
Composite
Y/C
110 (4 3/8)
602.4 (23 3/4)
a-Si TFT Active Matrix LCD with an AR-coated protection panel
1920 x 1200 pixels (WUXGA)
518.4 x 324.0 mm (20 1/2 x 12 7/8 inches)
613.2 mm (24 1/4 inches)
16:10
Approx. 16.7 million colors (8-bit)
89°/89°/89°/89° (typical) (up/down/left/right contrast > 10:1)
50° at a viewing distance more than 300 mm,
crosstalk less than 7% (typical)
(typical)
BNC (x1), 1.0 Vp-p ±3dB sync negative
Mini DIN 4-pin (x1)
Y: 1.0 Vp-p ±3dB sync negative,
C: 0.286 Vp-p ±3dB (NTSC burst signal level),
0.3 Vp-p ±3dB (PAL burst signal level)
BNC (x3)
RGB: 0.7 Vp-p ±3dB (sync on green, 0.3 Vp-p sync negative)
Component: 0.7 Vp-p ±3dB (75% chrominance standard color bar signal)
DVI-D (x1), TMDS single link
D-sub 15-pin (x1),
RGB: 0.7 Vp-p sync positive (sync on green, 0.3 Vp-p sync negative)
Sync: Total level (polarity free, H/V separate sync)
Plug & Play function: corresponds to DDC2B
BNC (x1)
0.3 Vp-p to 4.0 Vp-p ± bipolarity ternary or negative polarity binary
2 slots
Modular connector 8-pin (x1) (pin-assignable)
D-sub 9-pin (RS-232C) (x1), RJ-45 modular connector (Ethernet) (x1)
(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
DC 5 V / 24 V (output impedance 0.05 ohms or less)
142.3 (5 5/8) 100 (4)
Picture Performance
Type
Resolution
Effective picture size (H x W)
(diagonal)
Aspect
Colors
2D Viewing angle
3D Viewing angle
Unit: mm (inches)
* With the SU-560 optional monitor stand.
2
3
4
3
5
6
6
7
7
8
4
5
8
9
9
10
11
12
Tally lamp
Power indicator
(key inhibit) indicator
CONTROL button
CONTRAST buttons
PHASE buttons
CHROMA buttons
BRIGHT (brightness) buttons
Menu operation buttons
Input select buttons
Function buttons
USER MEM (user memory) button
Connector Panel
DC IN: 24 V 5.0 A, 5 V 0.030 A (supplied from AC adaptor)
AC adaptor (Sony, AC-110MD)
AC IN: 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz, 1.53 A to 0.58 A
DC OUT: 24 V 5.0 A, 5 V 0.060 A
Maximum: approx. 136 W (with 2 x BKM-229X)
0°C to 35°C (32°F to 95°F)
Recommended: 20°C to 30°C (68°F to 86°F)
30% to 85% (no condensation)
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2
3
4 5 6 7
8
9
10
-20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F)
0% to 90% (no condensation)
700 hPa to 1060 hPa
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602.4 x 386.2 x 110 mm (23 3/4 x 15 1/4 x 4 3/8 inches)
(including projections)
8.8 kg (19 lb 6.4 oz) (with 2 x BKM-250TG)
AC adaptor (AC-110MD) 1.2 kg (2 lb 10 oz)
AC adaptor (AC-110MD) (1), AC power cord (1), AC plug holder (2), 3D
glasses (glasses-type) (1), 3D glasses (clip-on type) (1), L/R labels (1),
Instructions for use (1), CD-ROM (1), Using the CD-ROM Manual (1),
Quick Reference (1), When you First Use the Monitor (1), Sales
Companies Guide (1), Warranty book (1)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
/ (Equipotential/Function Earth)
terminal
COMPOSITE IN connector (BNC)
Y/C IN connector (Mini DIN 4-pin)
G/Y IN connector (BNC)
B/PB IN connector (BNC)
R/PR IN connector (BNC)
EXT SYNC IN (external sync input)
connector (BNC)
Loop-through output connectors
12 13 14
15
16
DC 5V/24V IN connector
Optional input slot
/ (power) switch
11
12 PARALLEL REMOTE connector
(modular connector, 8-pin)
13 SERIAL REMOTE connector (RJ-45)
14 SERIAL REMOTE RS-232C connector
(D-sub 9-pin, female)
15 DVI-D input connector (DVI-D)
16 HD15 input connector (D-sub 15 pin, female)
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