S-BUS INTERFACE BOARD
BKP-7933
INSTALLATION MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 1)
! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that
contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
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de réduire les risques de décharge électrique, d’incendie ou de blessure n’effectuer que les
réparations indiquées dans le mode d’emploi à moins d’être qualifié pour en effectuer d’autres.
Pour toute réparation faire appel à une personne compétente uniquement.
Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual ........................................................................................ 3 (E)
Related manuals ................................................................................................... 3 (E)
Trademarks .......................................................................................................... 3 (E)
1. Installation
1-1.
1-2.
1-3.
1-4.
1-5.
1-6.
1-7.
1-8.
BKP-7933
Checking ROM Version ........................................................................1-1 (E)
Configuration of BKP-7933 ..................................................................1-1 (E)
Installation Procedure............................................................................1-1 (E)
Setting Switches on the IF-689 Board ..................................................1-2 (E)
Installation .............................................................................................1-4 (E)
1-5-1. Installing the IF-689 Board ..................................................1-4 (E)
1-5-2. Installing the Rear Panel ......................................................1-5 (E)
Connection ............................................................................................1-6 (E)
1-6-1. Connection Connector/Cable ...............................................1-6 (E)
1-6-2. Connector Input/Output Signals ...........................................1-7 (E)
1-6-3. Notes on Connection ............................................................1-8 (E)
1-6-4. Instance of System Configuration ........................................1-9 (E)
Setting Up............................................................................................1-10 (E)
1-7-1. Outline ................................................................................1-10 (E)
1-7-2. Linking the RCP Assignment and VE Monitor Selection ....1-12 (E)
1-7-3. Linking the MSU Camera Selection
and the VE Monitor Selection ............................................1-15 (E)
1-7-4. Switching the Video on the Preview Monitor
with the RCP PREVIEW Switch .......................................1-18 (E)
1-7-5. Executing RCP Assignment
from Equipment Other Than MSU ....................................1-22 (E)
1-7-6. Switching the MSU Camera Selection Externally .............1-25 (E)
1-7-7. Changing the Camera Assignment Virtually .....................1-27 (E)
1-7-8. Using the Tally System ......................................................1-29 (E)
1-7-9. Displaying the Self-diagnostic Information
on the Terminal ..................................................................1-32 (E)
1-7-10. Returning the Setups of the MODIFICATION
COMMAND to the Factory Default Values ......................1-33 (E)
1-7-11. Returning the Setups of the MAINTENANCE
COMMAND to the Factory Default Values ......................1-33 (E)
1-7-12. Connecting 13 or More Cameras .......................................1-34 (E)
Data Backup/Restore ...........................................................................1-35 (E)
1-8-1. Installing the BZR-10 .........................................................1-35 (E)
1-8-2. Data Backup (Uploading) ..................................................1-36 (E)
1-8-3. Data Restore (Downloading)..............................................1-38 (E)
1 (E)
1-9.
Modification of RCP ...........................................................................1-39 (E)
1-9-1. Checking ROM Version .....................................................1-39 (E)
1-9-2. Modification of RCP-700/701 ............................................1-39 (E)
1-9-3. Modification of RCP-720 ...................................................1-41 (E)
1-9-4. Modification of RCP-721 ...................................................1-42 (E)
1-9-5. Modification of RCP-730/731 ............................................1-43 (E)
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System ..............................................1-44 (E)
1-10-1. Controlling the Routing Switcher
via the RS-422A Interface ..................................................1-44 (E)
1-10-2. Controlling a Waveform Monitor ......................................1-46 (E)
1-11. Description on Internal Indicators .......................................................1-48 (E)
2 (E)
BKP-7933
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the installation manual for S-BUS Interface Board BKP-7933.
This manual describes the information items necessary when the unit is supplied and
installed.
Relative manuals
Besides this installation manual the following manuals are available for this unit.
. BKP-7933 Maintenance Manual (Available on request)
This manual describes the information items that premise the service based on the
components parts such as alignment, schematic diagrams, board layouts and spare
parts lists, assuming use of service engineers.If this manual is required, please
contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.
. CNU-700 Operation Manual (Supplied with CNU-700)
This manual is necessary for application and operation of CNU-700.
. CNU-700 Maintenance Manual (Supplied with CNU-700)
This manual describes the information items necessary when CNU-700 is supplied
and installed, items that premise the service based on the components parts such as
schematic diagrams, board layouts and spare parts lists, assuming use of system
and service engineers.
. DVS-V1616/A3232B/V6464B/RS1616/TC3232/A3232,
BVS-V3232/A3232, HDS-V3232
Installation Manual (for System Setup)
(supplied with each unit)
It contains information on the initial settings of the software when installing the
above units making up the digital router system.
This manual is intended for system and service engineers, but operators can also
refer to it when setting and changing the system.
. BVP-900-series System Manual BKP-9901 (Available on request)
This manual is necessary for connection and operation of CNU-700 and other
peripheral equipment, and for setup to control the routing switcher in the HD
system.
If this manual is required, please contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service
Center.
Trademarks
Trademarks and registered trademarks used in this manual are follows.
. MS-DOS is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
. IBM and AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machine, Inc.
BKP-7933
3 (E)
Section 1
Installation
1-1. Checking ROM Version
When the BKP-7933 is installed in the CNU-700, be sure to check that the ROM versions for IC4 and
IC5/AT-89 board of the CNU-700 are Ver. 3.00 or higher. If the ROM needs to be replaced, contact your
local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.
ROM Version
IC4/AT-89 board
IC5/AT-89 board
Ver. 3.00 or higher
Ver. 3.00 or higher
1-2. Configuration of BKP-7933
The BKP-7933 is composed of the following items.
. Main board (IF-689 board)
(1)
. Rear panel (with CN-1558 board) (1)
. Installation manual
(1)
1-3. Installation Procedure
This section explains briefly on installation procedures. Refer to each section for details.
Installation procedure
Section
1. Checking ROM Version
1-1. Checking ROM Version
2. Switch setting on the board
1-4. Setting Switches on the IF-689 Board
3. Installation of the IF-689 board/Rear panel
1-5. Installation
4. Connection
1-6. Connection
5. Setup
1-7. Setting Up
1-9. Modification of RCP
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
6. Data Backup/Restore
BKP-7933
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
1-1 (E)
1-4. Setting Switches on the IF-689 Board
1-4. Setting Switches on the IF-689 Board
m
. Be sure make the switches settings for the CNU GROUP No. and S-BUS ID No. before turning on the
power. It is no use in setting the switches after turning on the power.
. Do not change the following switches from their factory default settings.
S5-8:
OFF
S201:
1(ON)
Setting of CNU GROUP No.
S3(CNU GROUP No.)
Set the CNU GROUP No. so that it should be unique in a system.
Factory default setting:
2
Setting Examples
1. When installing the BKP-7933 in the CNU-700 which is provided with the BKP-7930
CNU GROUP No. 0 (IF-480)
CNU GROUP No. 1 (IF-480)
(IF-689)
Set CNU GROUP No. to 2
2. When using the two CNU-700s which are provided with the BKP-7930
CNU GROUP No. 0 (IF-480)
CNU GROUP No. 1 (IF-480)
CNU GROUP No. 2 (IF-480)
CNU GROUP No. 3 (IF-480)
AUX1
(IF-689)
CNU-700 (1)
1-2 (E)
Set CNU GROUP No. to 4
CNU-700 (2)
BKP-7933
1-4. Setting Switches on the IF-689 Board
Setting of S-BUS ID No.
S12 (S-BUS ID No.)
Set the station address for the unit on the standard S-BUS data link.
n
Set to numbers other than 0, 1 and 255.
1(ON)
0(OFF)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
( 1
2
4
8 16 32 64 128 )
Setting example
S-BUS ID No.
3: 1
64: 0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Factory default setting:
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(
indicates the switch lever position)
IF-689 board
S201
S5
S12
S3
IF
S-BUS
+5 RX TX
S-BUS ID No. CNU GROUP No.
(Component side/A side)
BKP-7933
1-3 (E)
1-5. Installation
1-5. Installation
1-5-1. Installing the IF-689 Board
n
The unit is equipped with shielding springs which have sharp edges. Do not touch them with bare hands.
Pay careful attention when servicing.
1. Loosen the two screws and remove the front panel of the CNU-700.
Screw
Front panel
Screw
2. Insert the IF-689 board in the fourth slot from the top.
IF-689 board
3. Attach the front panel to its original position.
1-4 (E)
BKP-7933
1-5. Installation
1-5-2. Installing the Rear Panel
1. Remove the two screws and remove the blank panel.
2. Install the rear panel with the two screws instead of the blank panel.
B3 x 5
Rear panel
B3 x 5
Blank panel
BKP-7933
1-5 (E)
1-6. Connection
1-6. Connection
1-6-1. Connection Connector/Cable
Connection made with the connector panel during installation or service, should be made with the
connectors/complete assemblies specified in the following list, or equivalent parts.
Connector Name
Connection Connectors
Conection Cable
REMOTE S-BUS
BNC(75 Z)
1-569-370-12
BELDEN 8281 *1
I/O PORT
D-sub 50P, Male
1-566-358-11*2
D-sub for connector metal plating shell 50P
1-563-379-11
1: The BNC connector (T bridge) is available to connect the BELDEN 8281 cables.
BNC connector (T bridge): 1-764-805-11
*2: The plug needs the following solderless contacts.
AWG#18 to #22: 1-566-493-21
AWG#22 to #24: 1-564-774-11
AWG#24 to #30: 1-564-775-11
*
1-6 (E)
BKP-7933
1-6. Connection
1-6-2. Connector Input/Output Signals
REMOTE S-BUS
BNC 75 Z, 1.0 Vp-p
I/O PORT (D-sub 50P, Female)
17
1
33
18
50
34
(External view)
Pin No.
I/O
Specifications
Pin No.
I/O
Specifications
1
IN/OUT
EXTO 0
26
OUT
EXT-AN 1
2
IN/OUT
EXTO 3
27
OUT
EXT-AN 4
3
IN/OUT
EXTO 6
28
OUT
EXT-AN 7
4
IN
EXTI 1
29
—
NC
5
IN
EXTI 4
30
—
NC
6
IN
EXTI 7
31
OUT
+5V
7
—
NC
32
—
GND (+5V)
8
—
NC
33
—
GND (+28V)
9
OUT
EXT-AN 0
34
IN/OUT
EXTO 2
10
OUT
EXT-AN 3
35
IN/OUT
EXTO 5
11
OUT
EXT-AN 6
36
IN
EXTI 0
12
—
NC
37
IN
EXTI 3
13
—
NC
38
IN
EXTI 6
14
—
NC
39
—
NC
15
OUT
+28V
40
—
NC
16
OUT
+28V
41
—
NC
17
—
SPARE
42
OUT
EXT-AN 2
18
IN/OUT
EXTO 1
43
OUT
EXT-AN 5
19
IN/OUT
EXTO 4
44
—
NC
20
IN/OUT
EXTO 7
45
—
NC
21
IN
EXTI 2
46
—
NC
22
IN
EXTI 5
47
OUT
+5V
23
—
NC
48
—
GND (+5V)
24
—
NC
49
—
GND (+28V)
25
—
NC
50
—
SPARE
BKP-7933
1-7 (E)
1-6. Connection
1-6-3. Notes on Connection
To connect the devices to the S-BUS line, refer to Section 1-6-4 and following precautions.
. The cable length of one S-BUS line is a maximum of 500 m (when a BELDEN 8281 or the equivalent
is used).
. Be sure to terminate the BNC connector (T bridge) attached to the last machine of the S-BUS line with
a 75 Z terminator.
<Primary station>
REMOTE S-BUS
(BNC connector, male)
BNC Connector (T bridge)
BKP-7933
BELDEN 8281 cable
(shorter than 50 cm)
<Secondary device>
1-8 (E)
BKP-7933
1-6. Connection
1-6-4. Instance of System Configuration
COLOR VIDEO CAMERA
BVP-500/700/900
1 CAM
CAMERA CONTROL UNIT
CCU-700A
TRIAX
CABLE
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL
RCP-700/701/720/721/730/731/740/741
MASTER SETUP UNIT
MSU-700
CCU 1
CCA-5
CABLE
2 CAM
TRIAX
CABLE
CCU 2
CCA-5
CABLE
CCA-5
CABLE
CCA-5
CABLE
CCA-5
CABLE
CCA-5
CABLE
3 CAM
TRIAX
CABLE
CCU 3
CCA-5
CABLE
CAMERA COMMAND NETWORK UNIT
CNU-700
with BKP-7933 (S-BUS INTERFACE)
REMOTE
S-BUS
CNU
CHARACTER
PIX
DIGITAL VIDEO INTERFACE UNIT PFV-D10
ROUTING SWITCHER CONTROLLER BOARD BKPF-R70
RS-232C
(PRIMARY STATION)
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
DIGITAL VIDEO
ROUTING SWITCHER
DVS-V6464B
DIGITAL VIDEO SWITCHER
DVS-7000
TALLY INTERFACE UNIT
BKDS-7700
UNIVERSAL CONTROL UNIT
BKS-R3209
: S-BUS BNC
: VIDEO BNC
: T Bridge
: 75 Z Terminator
BKP-7933
1-9 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7. Setting Up
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The description in this section assumes that the BKPF-R70 is used as the primary station.
1-7-1. Outline
Calling the Menu Display of the Secondary Station
First, call the menu display of the secondary station that is connected to the S-BUS of the primary station.
Procedure
1. Call the SETUP MENU of the primary station by
pressing [Ctrl]- [X].
Then, select the menu item “R:CALL SECONDARY
STATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKPF-R70
V1.02T
STATION NUMBER 1
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A:
C:
E:
G:
J:
L:
N:
P:
R:
DISPLAY CONTROL AREA
SET DESTINATION NAME
SET LEVEL TABLE
UPDATE BACKUP CONTROLLER
NAME STYLE(Type + Num)
SET PHYSICAL ASSIGNMENT
SET DESCRIPTION NAME GROUP
CHANGE PASSWORD
CALL SECONDARY STATION
B:
D:
F:
H:
K:
M:
O:
Q:
SET SOURCE/DEST TYPE
SET SOURCE NAME
SET ACTIVE UNIT NUMBER
SET GLOBAL PHANTOM
RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
SET INHIBIT TABLE
SET TIE LINES
CHANGE CROSSPOINT
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
-----------------U: SELECT CONTROL MODE
W: SYSTEM STATUS LOG
Y: DISPLAY TABLE DATA
T:
V:
X:
Z:
SET CLOCK
SELECT WARNING DISPLAY (ON)
DISPLAY S-BUS COMMUNICATION
SET UNIT DETECTABLE
Ctrl_X:QUIT SETUP MENU
2. When the message “CALL STATION NUMBER?”
appears, input the S-BUS ID number of the BKP-7933
using the numeric keys and press [ENTER]. The
display changes to the called BKP-7933 menu display.
m
. If the specified BKP-7933 does not exist on the SBUS data link, an error is displayed.
Display: “Station does not exist”
. If the specified BKP-7933 is outside the communication target, an error is displayed.
Check using the menu item “F:SET ACTIVE UNIT
NUMBER”.
Display: “Disable Station”
1-10 (E)
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Saving the Setup Data
Press [Ctrl] - [E] to validate and save the setup data and to return to the BKP-7933 menu display.
Press [Ctrl] - [D] to return to the BKP-7933 menu display without saving the setup data.
Level Mapping
The level of the routing system can be set in this system. Refer to the installation manual (for system
setup) that is supplied with the routing switcher system for an overview of level mapping.
Notes on Setting Up
. Perform the setup for the camera numbers that are actually connected. If setup is performed for camera
numbers that are not actually connected, the response speed of the routing switcher may be slowed and
the normal function may be hindered. Be sure to set 0 for the camera numbers that are not actually
connected.
. When setting up the MODIFICATION COMMAND and the MAINTENANCE COMMAND, do not
duplicate the SOURCE No. and the DESTINATION No. when their level settings are the same. If a
number is duplicated, the LEVEL No. is automatically set to 0 and the setup is invalidated. The
command assignments when shipped from the factory are shown below for reference.
DESTINATION No.
SOURCE No.
1
12131415
33
44 45
56 57 58
1024
1
ROUTER
PIX1
12
ROUTER PIX3
ROUTER PIX2(MSU2)
ROUTER PIX2(MSU1)
33
44
45
CAMERA-CCU
56
57
CCU-RCP
68
MSU1
MSU2
1024
LEVEL-1
BKP-7933
1-11 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-2. Linking the RCP Assignment and VE Monitor Selection
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to link the RCP assignment with the VE monitor selection.
If this setting is executed, by changing the RCP assignment on the MSU side, the VE monitor that
corresponds to the RCP is automatically switched at the same time.
(Example) When the camera that is controlled by RCP1 is changed from CAM1 to CAM5, the video
signal on the VE monitor in front of RCP1 is switched at the same time from CAM1 to CAM5.
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The contents that are set on this menu are reflected to the “Setting status of the control system” of the
CNU-700 character display.
CCU 2
SERIAL
OUT
(002)
IN 2
CCU 3
SERIAL
OUT
(003)
IN 3
CCU 4
SERIAL
OUT
(004)
IN 4
CCU 5
SERIAL
OUT
(005)
IN 5
CCU 6
SERIAL
OUT
(006)
IN 6
(DESTINATION No.)
(006) OUT 6
IN 1
(005) OUT 5
(001)
(004) OUT 4
SERIAL
OUT
(003) OUT 3
Digital Video Routing Switcher
(SOURCE No.)
CCU 1
(002) OUT 2
CCU-700A
(001) OUT 1
BVP-500/700/900 series
PIX
PIX
PIX
PIX
PIX
PIX
RCP1 RCP2 RCP3 RCP4 RCP5
RCP6
RCP-700 series
1-12 (E)
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CNU-700 with BKP-7933
MSU
CCU 1 to 6
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
RCP 1 to 6
CHARACTER
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE S-BUS
MSU-700
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
PIX
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE 1
IN 1
IN 2
IN 6
OUT 1
OUT 2
REMOTE 3
DIGITAL
ROUTING
SWITCHER
DVS-V1616
PIX
WF
PIX
WF
PIX
WF
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
OUT 6
RS-232C
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
SDI MONITOR
for RCP
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
RCP-700 Series
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX or WF connector (PIX 1 or WF 1 connector
for the CCU-700A series)
BKP-7933
1-13 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select either “A:ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN” or
“B:ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN” using the cursor key and
press [ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display
that selects “A:ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN”. )
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
3. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
4. Input the SOURCE No., DESTINATION No. and
LEVEL No. using the numeric keys and press
[ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display that
selects “A:ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN”. )
m
. Any number in the range of 1 to 1024 can be
selected and set to the SOURCE No. and DESTINATION No. without being consecutive.
. LEVEL No. can be freely set, but it cannot be set for
each camera number.
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
1
1
( 7)
( 8)
( 9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
1
1
1
1
F1:F2:
1-14 (E)
BKP-7933
V1.00
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN(For RCP ASSIGNMENT)
CNU GROUP No
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
(Camera No.)
0 ( 1)
0001
0001
0 ( 2)
0002
0002
0 ( 3)
0003
0003
0 ( 4)
0004
0004
0 ( 5)
0005
0005
0 ( 6)
0006
0006
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
F3:PgUp
F4:PgDn
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1---
0007
0008
0009
0010
0011
0012
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-3. Linking the MSU Camera Selection and the VE Monitor Selection
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to link the MSU camera selection with the VE monitor selection.
If this setting is executed, when the MSU camera select button is pressed, the video signal of the selected
camera can be output to the VE monitor. This function is useful especially when the SDI signal is
switched.
Digital Video Routing Switcher
(SOURCE No.)
CCU 1
SERIAL
OUT
(001)
IN 1
CCU 2
SERIAL
OUT
(002)
IN 2
CCU 3
SERIAL
OUT
(003)
IN 3
CCU 4
SERIAL
OUT
(004)
IN 4
CCU 5
SERIAL
OUT
(005)
IN 5
CCU 6
SERIAL
OUT
(006)
IN 6
(DESTINATION No.)
(0014) OUT 14
CCU-700A
(0013) OUT 13
BVP-500/700/900 series
PIX
PIX
MSU1
MSU2
MSU-700
BKP-7933
1-15 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CNU-700 with BKP-7933
MSU
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
CCU 1 to 6
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CHARACTER
REMOTE S-BUS
MSU-700
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
PIX
PIX
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
WF
SDI MONITOR
for MSU camera select
REMOTE 1
IN 1
IN 2
OUT 13
IN 6
REMOTE 3
DIGITAL
ROUTING
SWITCHER
DVS-V1616
RS-232C
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX or WF connector (PIX 2 or WF 2 connector
for the CCU-700A series)
1-16 (E)
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select either “C:ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN” or
“D:ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN” using the cursor key and
press [ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display
that selects “C:ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN”. )
3. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
4.
Input the SOURCE No., DESTINATION No. and
LEVEL No. using the numeric keys and press
[ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display that
selects “C:ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN”. )
m
. Any number in the range of 1 to 1024 can be
selected and set to the SOURCE No. and DESTINATION No. without being consecutive.
. LEVEL No. can be freely set, but it cannot be set for
each camera number.
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
V1.00
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN (For MSUs Camera Select)
CNU GROUP No
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
(Camera No.)
0 ( 1)
0001
0013 [FOR MSU
0 ( 2)
0002
0014 [FOR MSU
0 ( 3)
0003
0000 [FOR MSU
0 ( 4)
0004
0000 [FOR MSU
0 ( 5)
0005
0000 [FOR MSU
0 ( 6)
0006
0000 [FOR MSU
0000 [FOR MSU
1 ( 7)
0007
0000 [FOR MSU
1 ( 8)
0008
0000 [FOR MSU
1 ( 9)
0009
0000 [FOR MSU
1 (10)
0010
0000 [FOR MSU
1 (11)
0011
0000 [FOR MSU
1 (12)
0012
0000 [FOR MSU
0000 [FOR MSU
0000 [FOR MSU
0000 [FOR MSU
F1:F2:
BKP-7933
BKP-7933
F3:PgUp
F4:PgDn
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1]
2]
3]
4]
5]
6]
7]
8]
9]
10]
11]
12]
13]
14]
15]
16]
1---
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
1-17 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-4. Switching the Video on the Preview Monitor with the RCP PREVIEW
Switch
n
RCP must be modified in order to use this function. Refer to Section 1-9, “Modification of RCP” for
details.
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to switch the video on the preview monitor with the RCP PREVIEW switch.
The signal (LINE IN signal or on-air video signal) that is selected as the master source, is output normally
to the preview monitor. If this setting is executed, the video signal of any camera can be selected when
the RCP PREVIEW switch is pressed. This selection can be independently operated without linking with
MSU or VCS. (Linked operation becomes possible by setting the mode.)
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CNU-700 with BKP-7933
MSU
CCU 1 to 6
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
RCP 1 to 6
CHARACTER
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE S-BUS
MSU-700
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
PIX
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
LINE IN etc.
REMOTE 1
IN 1
IN 2
OUT 15
PIX
IN 6
REMOTE 3
IN 13
DIGITAL
ROUTING
SWITCHER
DVS-V1616
WF
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
SDI MONITOR
for preview select
RS-232C
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
RCP-700 Series
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX, WF or VBS connector
1-18 (E)
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select either “E:ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN” or
“F:ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN” using the cursor key and
press [ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display
that selects “E:ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN”. )
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
3. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
4. Input the SOURCE No. of the master source and each
camera, DESTINATION No. and LEVEL No. using
the numeric keys and press [ENTER]. (The illustration shows the display that selects “E:ROUTER PIX3
ASSIGN”. )
m
. Any number in the range of 1 to 1024 can be
selected and set to the SOURCE No. and DESTINATION No. without being consecutive.
. LEVEL No. can be freely set, but it cannot be set for
each camera number.
BKP-7933
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933
V1.00
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN (FOR RCP Previw switch))
CNU GROUP No
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
Master Source
0013
0015
(Camera No.)
2 (13)
0000
2 (14)
0000
2 (15)
0000
2 (16)
0000
2 (17)
0000
2 (18)
0000
3
3
3
3
3
3
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
F1:F2: F3:PgUp
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1---
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
0000
F4:PgDn
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
1-19 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Linking the Preview Monitor Selection with MSU and VCS
SONY
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select the menu item “H:BKP-7933 MODE” and press
[ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
3. Move the cursor key to the “LINK MSU” of “2 RCP
PREVIEW SWITCH” and press [ENTER].
[Notes|when|LINK|MSU|is|selected]
. It is linked to the MSU only that is connected to
CNU-700 in which the BKP-7933 is installed.
(It is not linked with the MSU that is connected to
the CNU IF board BKP-7930, nor with the MSU
that is connected to the CNU-700 in which the BKP7933 is not installed.)
. The RCP that is connected to the CNU-700 only is
validated.
1-20 (E)
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
1
BKP-7933
SBUS TALLY SYSTEM
[
OFF
V1.00
]
[
STATION NUMBER 2
ON
]
2
RCP PREVIEN SWITCH
[INDEPENDENCE]
[ LINK MSU
3
CAMERA No
[
CNU
]
[SOURCE NAME]
[
OFF
]
[
4 DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY
ON
]
]
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Changing the Operation Mode of the RCP PREVIEW Switch
The operation mode of the RCP PREVIEW switch can be changed on the CNU-700 character display.
Use the switches on the AT board inside the CNU-700 for this setting.
AT
+5
MODE
UP DOWN SET
CHARACTER
PHASE
CANCEL
SET/CANCEL switch
UP/DOWN switch
MODE switch
1. Set the MODE switch to 5.
The message “INTERNAL MODE SETTING” appears on the character monitor display.
2. Set the SET/CANCEL switch to the SET position. The INTERNAL MODE SETTING display
appears.
3. Select “RCP preview MOMENTARY & ALTERNATE” with the UP/DOWN switch. Set the SET/
CANCEL switch to the SET position.
INTERNAL MODE SETTING
OFF
Page9,11-Link cancel
OFF
RCP preview MOMENTARY & ALTERNATE
1 : MON 2 : ALT
3 : ALT1
OFF
OFF
OFF
4. Select the desired operation mode (MON/ALT/ALT1) with the UP/DOWN switch. Set the SET/
CANCEL switch to the SET position. Each operation mode is described below.
MON: The preview display appears only while the RCP PREVIEW switch is being pressed.
ALT: The preview display appears when the RCP PREVIEW switch is pressed once, and disappears when it is pressed again.
ALT1: The preview display appears when the RCP PREVIEW switch is pressed once but cannot be
turned off.
(If the PREVIEW switch is turned on from another RCP, the preview display can be
switched.)
5. Set the MODE switch to 0.
BKP-7933
1-21 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-5. Executing RCP Assignment from Equipment Other Than MSU
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to execute RCP assignment from equipment other than MSU.
When this setting is executed, a maximum of 96 x 96 CCU-RCP matrix can be set in the matrix space of
the S-BUS. The RCP assignment can be set from a remote control unit such as BKS-R3202. (However,
setting cannot be made across two or more CNUs.) The setup data of the RCP assignment that is made
here is saved in the BKP-7933 side.)
n
. The contents of the settings that are made using this menu are reflected in the “Setting status of the
control system” of the CNU-700 character display.
BVP-500/700/900 series CCU-700A
CCU 1
CNU 1
CCU 12
CCU 13
(SOURCE No.)
CCU-RCP MATRIX
(Top) IN 1
(+1)
IN 2
(+2)
IN 3
(+11) IN 12
(+12) IN 13
(+13) IN 14
(+14) IN 15
CNU 2
CCU 24
(+23) IN 24
(DESTINATION No.)
(Top) (+1) (+2)
(+11)
(+12) (+13) (+14)
RCP1
(+23)
RCP24
RCP-700 series
*
1-22 (E)
shows an area where the SOUCE No. and DESTINATION No. cannot be set.
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CNU-700 with BKP-7933
MSU
CCU 1 to 6
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
RCP 1 to 6
CHARACTER
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE S-BUS
MSU-700
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
REMOTE
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
PIX
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
BKS-R3202
REMOTE 1
IN 1
IN 2
IN 6
OUT 1
OUT 2
REMOTE 3
DIGITAL
ROUTING
SWITCHER
DVS-V1616
PIX
WF
PIX
WF
PIX
WF
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
OUT 6
RS-232C
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
SDI MONITOR
for RCP
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
RCP-700 Series
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX, WF or VBS connector
BKP-7933
1-23 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “B:SET UNIT LOCATION
(CCU-RCP)” and press [ENTER].
2. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
3. Input the SOURCE No., DESTINATION No. and
LEVEL No. using the numeric keys and press
[ENTER].
SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
BKP-7933 V1.00
CCU-RCP MATRIX(Remote RCP ASSIGNMENT)
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
0045 -0056
0045-0056
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1
m
. Up to 96 in the range of 1 to 1024 can be selected
and set to the SOURCE No. and DESTINATION
No., but the numbers must be consecutive.
. Any number in the range of 1 to 8 can be set to the
LEVEL No. This setting can be assigned to the
respective level and can be mapped.
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
1-24 (E)
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-6. Switching the MSU Camera Selection Externally
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to switch the MSU camera selection from a remote location.
When this setting is executed, each one of up to 16 MSUs can be specified to control a certain camera.
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CNU-700 with BKP-7933
MSU
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
CCU 1 to 6
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CHARACTER
REMOTE S-BUS
MSU-700
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
REMOTE
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
PIX
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
PIX
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
BKS-R3202
WF
SDI MONITOR
for MSU camera select
REMOTE 1
IN 1
IN 2
OUT 13
IN 6
REMOTE 3
DIGITAL
ROUTING
SWITCHER
DVS-V1616
RS-232C
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX, WF or VBS connector
BKP-7933
1-25 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “C:SET UNIT LOCATION
(MSU)” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
3. Input the SOURCE No., DESTINATION No. and
LEVEL No. using the numeric keys and press
[ENTER].
m
. Any number in the range of 1 to 1024 can be set to
the SOURCE No. and the DESTINATION No.
UP to 96 of the SOURCE No. (maximum number of
cameras) and up to 16 of the DESTINATION No.
(maximum number of MSUs) can be selected.
. Any number in the range of 1 to 8 can be set to the
LEVEL No. This setting can be assigned to the
respective level and can be mapped.
1-26 (E)
SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
BKP-7933
MSU MATRIX(Remote MSUs Camera Select)
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
0057-0068
0057 MSU1 (CNU
0058 MSU2 (CNU
0000 MSU3 (CNU
0000 MSU4 (CNU
0000 MSU5 (CNU
0000 MSU6 (CNU
0000 MSU7 (CNU
0000 MSU8 (CNU
0000 MSU9 (CNU
0000 MSU10(CNU
0000 MSU11(CNU
0000 MSU12(CNU
0000 MSU13(CNU
0000 MSU14(CNU
0000 MSU15(CNU
0000 MSU16(CNU
V1.00
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
GROUP
No.0)
No.1)
No.2)
No.3)
No.4)
No.5)
No.6)
No.7)
No.8)
No.9)
No.A)
No.B)
No.C)
No.D)
No.E)
No.F)
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-7. Changing the Camera Assignment Virtually
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to change the camera assignment virtually. When this setting is
executed, the camera assignment can be changed virtually without changing the cable connection between the cameras and CCUs. However, the tally numbers and the MSU camera select numbers cannot
be changed.
n
When the SOURCE NAME is set for each camera number, the name can be output to the CNU character
displays (from page 2 to page 11) of the CNU-700 with BKP-7933 installed.
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “A:SET UNIT LOCATION
(CAM-CCU)” and press [ENTER].
2. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
3. Input the SOURCE No., DESTINATION No. and
LEVEL No. using the numeric keys and press
[ENTER].
SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
BKP-7933
CAMERA-CCU VIRTUAL MATRIX
SOURCE No
DESTINATION No
0033-0044
0033-0044
V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
LEVEL No
1
m
. Up to 96 in the range of 1 to 1024 can be selected
and set to the SOURCE No. and the DESTINATION
No., but the numbers must be consecutive.
. Any number in the range of 1 to 8 can be set to the
LEVEL No. This setting can be assigned to the
respective level and can be mapped.
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-27 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Displaying the SOURCE NAME on the CNU Character Display
SONY ROUTING
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select “H: BKP-7933 MODE” using the cursor key
and press [ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
3. Select “SOURCE NAME” of “3 CAMERA No” with
the cursor key and press [ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
1
BKP-7933
SBUS TALLY SYSTEM
[
OFF
V1.00
]
[
STATION NUMBER 2
ON
]
2
RCP PREVIEN SWITCH
[INDEPENDENCE]
[ LINK MSU
3
CAMERA No
[
CNU
]
[SOURCE NAME]
[
OFF
]
[
4 DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY
ON
]
]
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
1-28 (E)
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-8. Using the Tally System
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to construct a tally system using the S-BUS. When this setting is
executed, the red tally and the green tally signals are accepted through the S-BUS and are output to the
corresponding CCU and camera in the form of command signals. Do not connect any cable to the
TALLY connector of the CCU. However, be careful when using the tally system as the response speed
of the tally system may become slower.
m
. When you want to use the green tally lamp on the front panel of the CCU, the CCU needs to be modified. Refer to the maintenance manual separately available.
. Refer to the installation manual of the Tally Interface Unit BKDS-7700, Section 3-2-4, “Tally Configuration” for details of the tally system.
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
PRIMARY
STATION
CNU-700
with BKP-7933
REMOTE
S-BUS
REMOTE
TALLY INTERFACE UNIT
BKDS-7700
CCU 1 to 6
SWITCHER
DIGITAL VIDEO SWITCHER
DVS-7000
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
BKP-7933
1-29 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select “G: S-BUS TALLY” using the cursor key and
press [ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
3. Move the cursor key to the desired position to be
changed and press [ENTER]. (The display enters the
input mode.)
4. Input the SOURCE No. using the numeric keys and
press [ENTER]. At this time, assign the SOURCE
No. that has already been set by the system, to the
camera number.
m
. Any number in the range of 1 to 512 can be set.
. Up to four group tallies can be set.
. The installation shows the display on which the tally
signal of the SOURCE No. 0001 is assigned to the
Camera No.1.
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BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
SBUS TALLY SOURCE
CNU GROUP No
SOURCE No
(Camera No.)
0 ( 1)
1_0001
0 ( 2)
1_0002
0 ( 3)
1_0003
0 ( 4)
1_0000
0 ( 5)
1_0000
0 ( 6)
1_0000
1
1
1
1
1
1
( 7)
( 8)
( 9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
1_0000
1_0000
1_0000
1_0000
1_0000
1_0000
BKP-7933
V1.00
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
2_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
3_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
4_0000
F1:F2: F3:PgUp F4:PgDn
STATION NUMBER 2
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
5. Return to the previous screen by pressing [Ctrl] - [E],
and select the menu item “H:BKP-7933 MODE”.
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
6. Set the “1 SBUS TALLY SYSTEM” to the ON
position using the cursor key and press [ENTER].
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The tally system can be turned on and off using this
menu.
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
1
BKP-7933
SBUS TALLY SYSTEM
[
OFF
V1.00
]
[
STATION NUMBER 2
ON
]
2
RCP PREVIEN SWITCH
[INDEPENDENCE]
[ LINK MSU
3
CAMERA No
[
CNU
]
[SOURCE NAME]
[
OFF
]
[
4 DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY
ON
]
]
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
BKP-7933
1-31 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-9. Displaying the Self-diagnostic Information on the Terminal
Description of Operation
Set the menu as follows when you want to display the self-diagnostic information on the display. When
this setting is executed, the status of the self-diagnostics is displayed on the terminal when the selfdiagnostic information of the camera or CCU changes. The log of the self-diagnostic information can be
checked by selecting “W: SYSTEM STATUS LOG” on the BKPF-R70 menu display.
Setting from the S-BUS Primary Station
1. Select the menu item “Z:BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION” and press [ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
2. Select the menu item “H: BKP-7933 MODE” and
press [ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
S-BUS CONFIGURATION
A:
C:
E:
G:
ROUTER PIX1 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX2 ASSIGN
ROUTER PIX3 ASSIGN
S-BUS TALLY
B:
D:
F:
H:
ROUTER WF1 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF2 ASSIGN
ROUTER WF3 ASSIGN
BKP-7933 MODE
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
3. Set the “4 DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY” to the ON position using the cursor key and press [ENTER].
BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
1
BKP-7933
SBUS TALLY SYSTEM
[
OFF
V1.00
]
[
STATION NUMBER 2
ON
]
2
RCP PREVIEN SWITCH
[INDEPENDENCE]
[ LINK MSU
3
CAMERA No
[
CNU
]
[SOURCE NAME]
[
OFF
]
[
4 DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY
ON
]
]
Ctrl-E RETURN TO MENU
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BKP-7933
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-10. Returning the Setups of the MODIFICATION COMMAND to the Factory
Default Values
1. Select “K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE” using the
cursor key and press [ENTER].
2. The message “Reset to Default table?” appears in the
bottom right of the screen. Select “Y” and press
[ENTER].
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKP-7933 V1.00
STATION NUMBER 2
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A: SET UNIT LOCATION(CAM-CCU)
C: SET UNIT LOCATION(MSU)
K: RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
B: SET UNIT LOCATION(CCU-RCP)
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
Z: BKP-7933 CONFIGURATION
Ctrl-D RETURN
1-7-11. Returning the Setups of the MAINTENANCE COMMAND to the Factory
Default Values
1. Establish the following setup of the switch S2 on the
IF-689 board depending upon the type (analog/digital)
of routing switcher.
S2-1:
When the analog routing switcher (BVS-V3232) is used
→ ON
When the digital routing switcher (DVS-V1616) is used
→ OFF
S2-2 to S2-8: OFF
Factory default setting :
IF-689 board
S1
All OFF
2. Set the switch S5 on the IF-689 board as shown below.
S5-1 to S5-3:OFF
S5-4:
ON
S5-5:
ON
S5-6 to S5-8:OFF
S2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
(
Factory default setting:
S5
indicates the switch lever position)
All OFF
IF
3. Turn on the main power of the CNU-700, or press the
RESET switch S1.
n
All data is initialized in about five seconds.
S-BUS
+5 RX TX
S-BUS ID No. CNU GROUP No.
(Component side/A side)
4. Set the switch S5 to the factory default position.
BKP-7933
1-33 (E)
1-7. Setting Up
1-7-12. Connecting 13 or More Cameras
An example of connecting 13 or more cameras is shown below. Two CNU-700s are necessary for
connecting 13 or more cameras. (To connect 19 or more cameras, two CNU-700s containing the CNU IF
board BKP-7930 are necessary. If you want to connect 25 or more cameras, contact your local Sony
Sales Office/Service Center.
Example of Controlling 13 or More Cameras
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CNU-700 with
BKP-7930 & BKP-7933
(1 cam - 12 cam)
CCA-5
CABLE
MSU
CCA-5
CABLE
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
CCU 1 to 12
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
AUX 1
CHARACTER
REMOTE S-BUS
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
MSU-700
PIX
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
PIX
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-700A with BKP-7311
CCA-5
CABLE
IN 1
IN 2
IN 12
IN 13
IN 14
IN 24
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
WF
SDI MONITOR
for MSU camera select
REMOTE 1
OUT 25
REMOTE 3
DIGITAL ROUTING
SWITCHER DVS-V3232
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCA-5
CABLE
CCU 1 to 12
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
CNU-700 with BKP-7930
(13 cam - 24 cam)
RS-232C
AUX 1
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
REMOTE
RCP/CNU
CCU-550 with BKP-5972
SERIAL *
OUTPUT
CONTROL TERMINAL
(IBM PC/AT COMPATIBLES)
S-BUS BNC (BELDEN 8281)
VIDEO BNC
* If using the ANALOG ROUTING SWITCHER (BVS-V3232 etc.), connect it to PIX, WF or VBS connector
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BKP-7933
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
m
. The description in this section assumes that BKPF-R70 is used as the primary station.
. The setup data of the unit is backed up and restored by using the BZR-10 (software for data backup)
supplied with the BKPF-R70.
. In this section, a lower-case letter is used in the sample screens. If you want, you can type with a
capital letter unless otherwise specified. Not type quotation marks (“ ”) but only 1 when the procedure
describes as follows; Type “1”.
The sample screens use roman letters, boldface letters, and symbols according to the follows.
Sample
Description
C:\>
Message displayed automatically by a program
install c:
Characters to be typed by user
"
Enter key/Return key
\
Space bar (One space is made.)
1-8-1. Installing the BZR-10
BZR-10 operates on the MS-DOS version 6.2 or in the DOS mode of Windows95.
Use the IBM PC/AT compatible personal computer in which the terminal software has been already
installed.
1. Insert the BZR-10 floppy disk (abbreviated as FD hereafter) in an FD drive of a personal computer.
2. Select the FD drive (Which is “A” drive in this document) in which the BZR-10 FD is inserted.
C:\>a:"
3. Type as follows. The BZR-10 software is installed to the hard disk.
A:\>install c:"
4. Type as follows. The mode enters the EDIT command.
Type “c:\router>” at the end of PATH. The PATH is added to AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
A:\>c:"
\.."
C:\ROUTER> cd\
C:\>edit autoexec.bat "
PATH C:\;C: …;c:\router
5. Save the AUTOEXEC.BAT file. Quit the edit command.
6. Remove the FD from the disk drive.
7. Use the Ctrl-Alt-Del key combination.
The personal computer restarts.
BKP-7933
1-35 (E)
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
1-8-2. Data Backup (Uploading)
n
For the details of the menu screen and the setting procedure in terminal mode, refer to the installation
manual for system setup of ROUTING SWITCHER SYSTEM.
For obtaining the installation manual of ROUTING SWITCHER SYSTEM, contact your local Sony Sales
Office/Service Center.
1. Install the BZR-10 software. (Refer to Section 1-8-1.)
2. Connect a personal computer to the REMOTE 3 port of the BKPF-R70 with an RS-232C cross cable
(9-pin to 9-pin).
3. Set the TERM/ISR switch S2-3 on the CPU-256 board of the BKPF-R70 to OFF (TERM).
4. Turn on the power of all the equipment on the S-BUS data link.
5. Turn on the power of the personal computer.
6. Start up the terminal software of the personal computer.
7. Use the Ctrl-x key combination.
The menu screen of the primary station is displayed.
SONY ROUTING SYSTEM SETUP MENU
BKPF-R70
V1.02T
STATION NUMBER 1
MODIFICATION COMMAND
A:
C:
E:
G:
J:
L:
N:
P:
R:
DISPLAY CONTROL AREA
SET DESTINATION NAME
SET LEVEL TABLE
UPDATE BACKUP CONTROLLER
NAME STYLE(Type + Num)
SET PHYSICAL ASSIGNMENT
SET DESCRIPTION NAME GROUP
CHANGE PASSWORD
CALL SECONDARY STATION
B:
D:
F:
H:
K:
M:
O:
Q:
SET SOURCE/DEST TYPE
SET SOURCE NAME
SET ACTIVE UNIT NUMBER
SET GLOBAL PHANTOM
RESET TO DEFAULT TABLE
SET INHIBIT TABLE
SET TIE LINES
CHANGE CROSSPOINT
MAINTENANCE COMMAND
-----------------U: SELECT CONTROL MODE
W: SYSTEM STATUS LOG
Y: DISPLAY TABLE DATA
T:
V:
X:
Z:
SET CLOCK
SELECT WARNING DISPLAY (ON)
DISPLAY S-BUS COMMUNICATION
SET UNIT DETECTABLE
Ctrl_X:QUIT SETUP MENU
8. Select “Z:SET UNIT DETECTABLE” and change the settings of the secondary stations required to
be backed up to enable.
(1) Move the cursor under the ID number of the BKP-7933.
(2) Press the Enter key. Question mark “?” turns on.
n
Question mark “?” means the unit is enabled. When the Enter key is pressed again, question mark “?”
disappears.
9. Use the Ctrl-e key combination. Next, use the Ctrl-x key combination.
Return to the menu screen of the primary station.
10. Quit the terminal software.
11. Insert the formatted FD in the disk drive of the personal computer.
12. Type as follows.
C:\>a:"
A:\>*"
Type “a” or “a1”.
n
“a” or “a1” is the command to start up the backup software.
Type “a” or “a1” according to the baud rate setting of S2-4 on the CPU-256 board of
the BKPF-R70.
a:
When S2-4 is set to ON (The baud rate is 9600 bps)
a1: When S2-4 is set to OFF (The baud rate is 38400 bps)
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BKP-7933
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
13. Type “1” at the Function menu. (“1. RECEIVE” is selected.)
The display changes to the Execution menu screen.
Function Menu
[[[ Routing Switcher Data Backup Software ]]]
[[[
BZR-10 Vl.10
]]]
1. RECEIVE: from primary station
2. EDIT
3. SEND: to primary station
- - - - - - - - 9. QUIT
..... Select a menu item
[1,2,3,9]?
Execution Menu
Selects
“1. RECEIVE”
Type “1”
(Not press
Enter key)
...From primary station
[[[ Receive Menu ]]]
1. All the data of primary station
2. The data of secondary stations
3. Description names
4. Crosspoint data
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9. Quit
..... Select a menu item
[1,2,3,4,9]?
14. To back up the data of the BKP-7933, type “2”. (“2. The data of secondary stations” is selected.) The
data is backed up in the FD.
15. Type “9” twice. (“9. Quit” is selected.) The backup mode is terminated.
16. Start up the terminal software.
17. Use the Ctrl-x key combination.
The display changes to the menu screen of the primary station.
18. Select “Z : SET UNIT DETECTABLE” and return the settings of the secondary stations to the
previous settings.
19. Quit the terminal software.
BKP-7933
1-37 (E)
1-8. Data Backup/Restore
1-8-3. Data Restore (Downloading)
After the BZR-10 is installed according to Section 1-8-1, perform the following procedures.
1. Insert the FD on which the data is stored in an FD drive of the personal computer.
2. Type as follows.
C:\>a:"
A \>*"
Type “a” or “a1”.
n
“a” or “a1” is the command to start up the backup software.
Type “a” or “a1” according to the baud rate setting of S2-4 on the CPU-256 board of the BKPF-R70.
a: When S2-4 is set to ON (The baud rate is 9600 bps)
a1: When S2-4 is set to OFF (The baud rate is 38400 bps)
3. Type “3” at the Function menu. (“3. SEND” is selected.)
The display changes to the Execution menu screen.
Function Menu
[[[ Routing Switcher Data Backup Software ]]]
[[[
BZR-10 V1.10
]]]
1. RECEIVE: from primary station
2. EDIT
3. SETD: to primary station
- - - - - - - 9. QUIT
..... Select a menu item
[1,2,3,9]?
Execution Menu
Selects
“3. SEND”
Type “3”
(Not press
Enter key)
...To primary station
[[[ Send Menu ]]]
1. All the data of primary station
2. The data of secondary stations
3. Description names
4. Crosspoint data
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9. Quit
..... Select a menu item
[1,2,3,4,9]?
4. To restore the data of the BKP-7933, type “2”. (“2. The data of secondary stations ” is selected.)
5. Type “9” twice. (“9. Quit” is selected.) The backup mode is terminated.
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BKP-7933
1-9. Modification of RCP
1-9. Modification of RCP
The video on the preview monitor can be selected by the PREVIEW switch of the RCP-700/701/720/721/
730/731. (Refer to section 1-7-4 for details.)
However, version check of the ROM that is installed in the board of the RCP side, and modification of the
board in the RCP are required.
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If you want to switch the video on the preview monitor using the RCP-740/741, contact your local Sony
Sales Office/Service Center.
1-9-1. Checking ROM Version
Be sure to check that the ROM version for the MPU board of the RCP side is Ver. 2.00 or higher. When
the ROM needs to be replaced, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.
ROM Version
RCP-700/701
RCP-720/721/730/731
IC8/MPU-92:
IC10/MPU-79:
Ver. 2.00 or higher
Ver. 2.00 or higher
1-9-2. Modification of RCP-700/701
n
After this modification is implemented, the PREVIEW switch of the RCP-701 does not turn on even if it
is pressed.
Required Parts
Description
Sony P/N
Q'ty
Diode 1SS300-TE85L
8-719-024-81
1
Jumper wire
_
_
Modification Procedure (SW-752 Board)
1. Remove Q35 and Q36.
2. Cut the printed foil pattern between Q35 base and pin-18/IC4. (1)
3. Cut the printed foil pattern between Q35 emitter and Q34 emitter. (2)
4. Connect the three jumper wires by soldering.
Between pin-2/CN4 and pin-50/IC1 (3)
Between pin-5/CN5 and Q35 emitter (4)
Between Q35 collector and D1 anode (5)
5. Connect a diode 1SS300-TE85L to the soldering land of Q35 by soldering.
Setting Switch on MPU-92 Board
S4-2/MPU-92 board → ON
BKP-7933
1-39 (E)
1-9. Modification of RCP
SW-752 BOARD
SW-752 BOARD
1-40 (E)
BKP-7933
1-9. Modification of RCP
1-9-3. Modification of RCP-720
Required Part
Description
Sony P/N
Q'ty
Jumper wire
_
_
Modification Procedure
1. Connect the two jumper wires by soldering. (SW-754 board)
Between pin-6/CN3 and D25 cathode (1)
Between pin-5/CN3 and pin-2/S24 (2)
2. Disconnect CN101/CN-1187 board.
Setting Switch on MPU-92 Board
S4-7/MPU-79 board →
ON
BKP-7933
1-41 (E)
1-9. Modification of RCP
1-9-4. Modification of RCP-721
Required Parts
Description
Sony P/N
Q'ty
Resistor, Chip Metal 82 Z
1-216-625-11
1
Jumper wire
_
_
Modification Procedure (SW-752 Board)
1. Remove the resistors R10 and R55/SW-755 board.
2. Connect a metal resistor 82 Z to the soldering land of R10, by soldering.
3. Connect the four jumper wires by soldering to the following locations. (SW-755 board)
Between pin-3/CN2 and D25 cathode (1)
Between pin-4/CN2 and pin-2/S24 (2)
Between pin-2/CN2 and pin-3/S36 (3)
Between pin-1/CN2 and R55 (4)
4. Disconnect CN101/CN-1187 board.
Setting Switch on MPU-92 Board
S4-7/MPU-79 board → ON
1-42 (E)
BKP-7933
1-9. Modification of RCP
1-9-5. Modification of RCP-730/731
Required Parts
Description
Sony P/N
Q'ty
Resistor, Chip Metal 0 Z
1-216-295-11
3
Resistor, Chip Metal 82 Z
1-216-625-11
1
Modification Procedure (SW-893 Board)
1. Remove soldering of R1, R2, R3 and R12.
2. Connect metal resistors 0 Z to the soldering land of R4, R6 and R7 by soldering.
3. Connect metal resistors 82 Z to the soldering land of R5 by soldering.
Setting Switch on MPU-92 Board
S4-7/MPU-79 board → ON
BKP-7933
1-43 (E)
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
Connecting Peripheral Equipment
HD COLOR CAMERA
HDC-700A
HD CAMERA CONTROL UNIT
HDCU-700A
OPTICAL
REMOTE
FIBER
RCP/CNU
CABLE
MASTER SETUP UNIT
MSU-700
REMOTE
CCU/CNU
SERIAL
OUTPUT
CCA-5
CABLE
CCA-5
CABLE
CAMERA COMMAND
NETWORK UNIT
CNU-700
I/O PORT
WF
RCC-5G
PIX
HD DIGITAL
VIDEO SELECTOR
1-10-1. Controlling the Routing Switcher via the RS-422A Interface
The routing switcher can be controlled via the RS-422A interface. Modify the AT-89 board of the CNU700, replace ROM of the MSU and make the MSU assignment referring to the following description.
Required Parts
Description
Q'ty
Remarks
Jumper wire
1
_
RS-422 harness (30P-30P)
1
Supplied with HKCF-700
ROM MSU-700/ROM-25 board
1
Supplied with HKCF-700
1-44 (E)
BKP-7933
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
Modification of AT-89 Board
1. Connect a jumper wire between B7 pin/CN2 and B9 pin/CN2 of the AT-89 board of the CNU-700 by
soldering.
2. Remove the six screws and remove the rear panel. Remove the harness that is connected to the
connector CN12 on the MB-562 board and the connector CN15 on the CN-1001 board. Connect the
RS-422 harness that is supplied, instead of the removed harness.
n
Be careful that the either end of the RS-422 harness has the specified destination of connection.
The following labels are attached to the rear of the housing at both ends.
[15] →
To CN-15/CN-1001 board
[12] →
To CN-12/MB-562 board
MB-562 board
RS-422
Harness
CN12
Rear panel
B3 x 5
B3 x 5
CN15
B3 x 5
3. Remove the IF-480 board from of the first slot and set the switches as shown below.
S802 to S806: Insert a shorting plug between pin-2 and pin-3.
(The command interface is set to RS-422A.)
S901-4:
ON
S901-5:
OFF
S901-6:
OFF
(The baud rate is set to 38.4 k bps.)
n
There can be a case that the optional IF-480 board has already been installed to the second slot. In
such a case, setting the switches on the IF-480 board in the second slot is not necessary. (Switches
are invalid even though they are set.)
ROM Replacement of the MSU-700
Replace the IC10 on the CPU-171 board of the MSU-700 with the ROM MSU-700 that is mounted in the
IC socket of the ROM-25 board. Refer to the MSU-700 maintenance manual for removal of the CPU171 board.
Setting of the MSU Assignment
Set the control mode to the LOCAL MSU mode (LOCAL mode) using the MSU assignment menu.
Refer to the BVP-900-series System Manual BKP-9901 (available separately) Section 3-4-3 “MSU
Assignment” for the setting procedure.
BKP-7933
1-45 (E)
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
1-10-2. Controlling a Waveform Monitor
A waveform monitor can be controlled from the MSU via the I/O PORT connector of the BKP-7933, by
setting the switches on the IF-689 board of the BKP-7933.
n
The following setting is effective to control a waveform monitor from the MSU that is connected to the
IF-480 board of the CNU-700 in which the BKP-7933 is installed. A waveform monitor cannot be
controlled by the MSU that is connected to the optional IF-480 board (CNU IF board BKP-7930).
1. Set the switch S2-2 on the IF-689 board to OFF.
When it is set to OFF, remote control mode of the waveform monitor is selected.
2. Set the switch S2-3 on the IF-689 board in accordance with a waveform monitor in use.
HD ANALOG system waveform monitor (such as Tektronix 1730HD) → ON
RECALL system waveform monitor → OFF
IF-689 board
S2
IF
S-BUS
+5 RX TX
S-BUS ID No. CNU GROUP No.
(Component side/A side)
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BKP-7933
1-10. Using the BKP-7933 in the HD System
Connection
The wiring diagram of the cable connecting the I/O PORT connector and a waveform monitor is shown
below. The wiring diagram can change depending on the system of the waveform monitor.
HD ANALOG system
50P CONNECTOR (MALE)
(WIRING SIDE)
15P CONNECTOR (MALE)
(WIRING SIDE)
THREE
RECALL 0
RECALL 1
STORE
1
2
3
4
18
19
34
35
8
CH 2
15
20 36
7
CH 1
14
21 37
BOTH
13
ONE/TWO
12
A/B
11
CH 3
10
GND
9
6
5
4
3
2
1
32
33
50
17
LINE/FIELD
RGB EN
RECALL system
50P CONNECTOR (MALE)
(WIRING SIDE)
1
2
3
18
19
25P CONNECTOR (MALE)
(WIRING SIDE)
13
34
25
35
20
RECALL 8
24
RECALL 7
23
RECALL 6
22
RECALL 5
21
RECALL 4
32
BKP-7933
RECALL 3
19
RECALL 2
18
RECALL 1
17
2
GND
33
17
20
50
14
1
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1-11. Description on Internal Indicators
1-11. Description on Internal Indicators
Ref.No. Indicator Name
Color
Status
D1
+5 V
Green
Lights when +5 V is normally supplied to the IF-689 board
D402
S-BUS RX
Green
Lights when the serial data is received from the REMOTE S-BUS connector
D403
S-BUS TX
Green
Lights when the serial data is transmitted to the REMOTE S-BUS connector
IF-689 board
D1
D402
D403
IF
S-BUS
+5 RX TX
S-BUS ID No. CNU GROUP No.
(Component side/A side)
1-48 (E)
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