33-632-01 ISS 408 label B 12,00x8,75.eps

ISS 108/ISS 408 Integration Seamless Switcher
Installation and Operation
Installation —
1. Ensure power is off to the ISS and all other devices that will be connected to it.
See the typical application diagram at right.
Main Menus and Operation
Preview
Monitor
Program
Monitor
Typical application
VCR
Default
Cycle
Projector
Codec
DVD
2. If desired, install the optional DVI output card. Refer to the ISS 108 & ISS 408
manual, #68-575-01, for details.
Menu
SMSNSM
MENU
3. If desired, mount the ISS in a rack. Otherwise, stick the four rubber feet on the
bottom of the ISS.
1
2
3
4
INPUTS
5
6
7
Video & Audio
Configuration
OUTPUTS
PROGRAM
PREVIEW
8
PROGRAM
4. Connect up to 8 computer/RGB, component video, S-video, or composite video
source devices to the ISS's BNC inputs. See the input and output BNC
connections diagram below for wiring the various video formats.
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R/R-Y
R
R
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G
G
PREVIEW
5. Connect up to 8 stereo or mono sources to the ISS's captive screw audio inputs.
See the audio input connections diagram below to properly wire the connectors.
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B
B
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
V
2
3
V
4
V
5
6
7
ID PIN 4
ID PIN 11
BUFFERED LOCAL
MONITOR OUTPUT
H. SHIFT
RGB 109xi
VGA INTERFACE WITH ADSP
4
NOTE
If you press the Menu button while a submenu is active, the next main menu will become active. For
example, the menu will change from the Input Configuration menu or submenus to the Output
Configuration main menu.
NOTE
To return to the default screens, let the ISS remain idle for 10 seconds until the selected screen
times out, or press the Menu button until the Exit Menu appears, then press the Next button.
knob selects the desired input video format
(RGB, RGBcvS, YUVi, YUVp, Betacam 50, Betacam 60, HDTV, S-video, or composite video). The Adjust
knob adjusts the input audio level in the range -15dB to +9dB. The default for each input is RGB video and
0dB audio level.
2 Output configuration —
Select video and/or audio to switch by pressing the Video/Audio button as necessary to light the green Video LED and/or red Audio LED.
2.
Press an input button to select a video and/or audio input for the preview output. The preview output's input selection is indicated by the flashing green (for video) and/or red
(for audio) Input LED(s)
3.
Press either the Cut or Dissolve button to switch the preview output to the program output. Cut makes an immediate seamless switch. Dissolve masks the seamless switch
with a dissolve effect of a user-assignable duration. The program output’s input selection is indicated by the solid green (for video) and/or red (for audio) Input LED(s).
4.
Use the LCD menu screens (see Main Menus and Operations at right), SIS commands, or the Windows program to configure the ISS inputs, output, and dissolve speed.
Refer to the ISS 108 & ISS 408 manual, #68-575-01, for details.
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Output resolution and refresh rate — The Adjust
knob selects the resolution. The Adjust knob
selects the refresh rate. "Lock" indicates Accu-RATE Frame Lock™. The default is 1024 x 768 at 60 Hz.
Output sync and polarity — The Adjust
knob selects the sync format: RGBHV or RGBS. The Adjust
knob selects the polarity of the H and V output. The default is RGBHV and negative polarity.
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3 Advanced Configuration —
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Picture Adjustments —
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Make picture adjustments (color [RGBcS, component, S-video, and composite video only] / tint [NTSC S-video and composite video only], contrast / brightness, size,
centering, and filter) to the selected input by pressing the desired Picture Adjustments button, once for the preview output or twice for the program output, then rotating the
Adjust
knob to adjust the setting on the left side of the LCD screen or the Adjust knob to adjust the setting on the right side of the LCD screen.
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Dissolve speed — Either Adjust knob selects the duration of the dissolve effect when switching the preview
output to the program output. The duration is from 0 seconds to 5 seconds in 0.1 second steps. The default
is 1.0 seconds.
Test Pattern — Select a test pattern: Color Bars, cross hatch, 4 x 4 cross hatch, gray scale, crop,
alternating pixels, aspect ratio 1.78/1.85/2.35, or ramp. The Adjust
knob selects a test pattern. The
Adjust knob selects the program and/or preview output to receive the test pattern. The default is Off.
Blue mode and edge smoothing — The Adjust
knob selects ( < > ) blue only mode On or Off. The
Adjust knob selects the edge smoothing feature On or Off. Edge smoothing minimizes pixel differences to
soften the edges of a picture.
Preview blanking and program blanking (two screens) — The Adjust
knob selects the number of top
lines to blank. The Adjust knob selects the number of bottom lines. Blanking masks noise on the top and
bottom of a scaled image that can result from processes such as captioning or tapehead switching.
RGB Delay — Either Adjust knob sets the RGB delay for the preview output input selection from 0 seconds
to 5 seconds in 0.1 second steps. The default is 0.2 seconds.
Auto Imaging and Auto Memories — The Adjust
knob toggles auto imaging on and off for all input
selections. Auto imaging automatically sizes and centers each selected input. The Adjust knob toggles
the auto memories feature on and off for all input selections. Auto memories save and recall centering,
sizing, and filtering information, based on the input frequency.
Enhanced Mode — Either Adjust knob toggles enhanced mode On and Off. Enhanced mode is an
automatic gain control for S-video and composite video inputs.
Pixel Phase — The Adjust
knob adjusts the pixel phase for the input connected to the program output
from 0 to 31. The Adjust knob adjusts the input connected to the preview output. Pixel phase is the
timing of the scaler’s sampling. The optimum pixel phase results in a brighter output. The default is 16.
Preview Switch Mode — Either Adjust knob selects Stay or Swap. Preview switch mode determines how
the preview output responds to the cut or dissolve operation.
• Stay mode — The preview output signal is applied to the program output and continues to be applied to
the preview output (until another input is selected).
• Swap mode — The preview and program outputs are swapped.
PAL Film Mode — Either Adjust knob selects On or Off for the selected input. The PAL film mode (2:2
pulldown detection) should be used for a video source that is PAL video that originated from film. Select
other inputs as necessary to configure.
Reset — Resets the ISS to its factory default values. While the Reset submenu is active, press and hold
the Black/Mute button until the LCD displays the reset message.
Auto Imaging —
Execute the auto imaging feature for a specific input by pressing and holding the appropriate input button until the LCD displays the message Reset Input #n, releasing the input
button, and then pressing and releasing the input button again.
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
R/R-Y
G/Y
VID
G/Y
VID
Tip
Ring
Sleeve(s)
Tip
Ring
L
Gnd
R
600 ohms
Unbalanced (high impedance)
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
B/C
B-Y
Tip
Sleeve
Tip
Sleeve
L
Gnd
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
H/HV
V
V
V
V
V
R
Tip
See caution
Sleeve
Tip
See caution
RGBHV
Video
RGBS
RGsB or S-Video Composite
Video Component
Video
Video
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www.extron.com
1230 South Lewis Street
Anaheim, CA 92805
USA
714.491.1500
Fax 714.491.1517
Tip
Ring
Sleeve(s)
Tip
Ring
Extron Electronics, Europe
Beeldschermweg 6C
3821 AH Amersfoort
The Netherlands
+31.33.453.4040
Fax +31.33.453.4050
L
Gnd
R
L
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135 Joo Seng Road, #04-01
PM Industrial Building
Singapore 368363
+65.6383.4400
Fax +65.6383.4664
1
1
5
Gnd
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R
9
6
Female
Pin
RS-232
1
—
2
TX
3
RX
4
—
5
Gnd
6
—
7
—
8
—
9
—
Balanced
Tip
Ring
Sleeve (s)
Tip
Ring
•
Remote port
5
CAUTION NO sleeve means NO
CONNECTION. Wiring
errors or plugging in the
audio connectors
incorrectly can damage
the audio output circuits.
Balanced (high impedance)
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•
Audio Connections
R/R-Y
Next
1 Video & Audio Configuration — Select an input. The Adjust
PC
1.
Unbalanced
5
Exit Menu
Press Next to Exit
Use the MENU and NEXT buttons to navigate through the menu system. Use the Adjust knobs to make
configuration changes.
Operation —
Balanced (600 ohms)
Menu
Menu
LAN/WAN
Network/
Internet
10. If desired, plug an RJ-45 connector into the Ethernet port to connect the ISS to a LAN/WAN or directly to
another computer. For a network connection, wire the interface cable as a straight cable. For connection to a
computer or control system, wire the interface cable as a crossover cable.
11. Plug the ISS and input and output devices into a grounded AC source, and turn on the input and output devices.
Advanced
Configuration
10
sec.
User Presets
Menu
Laptop
Outputs
3
8
INPUT
Inputs
Menu
10
sec.
RS-232
9. If desired, connect a PC or third-party control system to the ISS's Remote RS-232 port. See the
remote port diagram below.
R/R-Y
2
Output
Configuration
Extron RGB 109xi
8. Connect audio output devices, such as an audio amplifier or powered speakers. See the audio
output connections diagram below to wire the connectors.
CAUTION Incorrect audio connector wiring can damage the switcher. See the audio output
connections diagram below.
R/R-Y
Menu
1
RS-232
LINK
ACT
600 ohms
10 sec.
DVI OUT
ETHERNET
1
7. If a DVI output board is installed, connect a DVI or DFP (with a DVI-to-DFP
adapter) compatible program monitor or display to the rear panel DVI connector.
R/R-Y
10 sec.
100- 240
50/60 Hz
1.2A MAX.
6. Connect displays and/or other output devices to the ISS's preview and program
BNC and 15HD outputs. See the RGBHV and RGBS examples on the input and
output BNC connections diagram below for wiring outputs.
Input and output BNC connections
10 sec.
Extron ISS 408
L
Gnd
R
6
9
Male
Function
Not used
Transmit data
Receive data
Not used
Signal ground
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
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Daisan DMJ Building 6F
3-9-1 Kudan Minami
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0074 Japan
+81.3.3511.7655
Fax +81.3.3511.7656
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4 User Presets — Three user presets per input are saved and erased from the Save Preset or Erase Preset
menu. Either knob selects ( < > ) among the presets. The Next button saves or erases the preset. N/A exits
without saving or erasing. (Recall user presets by repeatedly pressing the applicable Input button.)
33-632-01 B
11 03
Printed in the USA
5 Exit — Press the Next button to return to the default display cycle or press the Menu button to return to the
main menu system.
8.75 H x 12 W label