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RMD5032
USER MANUAL
Product Information
RMD5032 LCD MONITOR
Model:
V010002
Version:
Release Date: March 12th, 2015
Company
OSEE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Contact Information
Address:
Post Code:
Tel:
Fax:
Web:
E-mail:
No.22 Building, No.68 zone, Beiqing Road, Haidian District,
Beijing, China
100094
(+86) 010-62434168
(+86) 010-62434169
http://www.osee-dig.com/
sales@osee-dig.com
About The USER MANUAL
The user manual applies to the following device types:
 RMD5032-HSC
 RMD5032-SC
The images of RMD5032-HSC are adopted in the following descriptions. Any of the
different specifications between the device types are elaborated. Before reading the manual,
please confirm the device type.
Note: The specs are subject to change without prior notice!
Contents
Chapter 1
Product Overview .............................................................................................. 1
Chapter 2
Safety Precaution for Use .................................................................................. 2
Chapter 3
Unpacking and Installation............................................................................... 4
Chapter 4
Using the RMD5032 ........................................................................................... 5
4.1 Status Display of the Screen .......................................................................................................... 5
4.2 Front Panel Controls...................................................................................................................... 6
4.3 Quick Button Descriptions ............................................................................................................ 8
4.3.1 ENTER BUTTON ............................................................................................................ 8
4.3.2 USER1 BUTTON ............................................................................................................. 8
4.3.3 MENU BUTTON .............................................................................................................. 9
4.4 Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................... 10
Chapter 5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Main Menu Structure ...................................................................................... 12
STATUS Sub-menu .................................................................................................................. 12
VIDEO Sub-menu .................................................................................................................... 12
AUDIO Sub-menu .................................................................................................................... 13
MARKER Sub-menu ............................................................................................................... 15
OSD Sub-menu ......................................................................................................................... 16
USER CONTROL Sub-menu.................................................................................................. 20
USER CONFIG Sub-menu ...................................................................................................... 20
Chapter 6
Technical Specifications .................................................................................. 21
Chapter 7
Warranty for LCD Monitor ............................................................................ 25
Chapter 1 Product Overview
The 3U rack mounted RMD5032 represents new trend in LCD monitor for broadcast and professional
video applications. It has 800X480 high-resolution, anti-glare TFT screens with full digital signal
processing. HD-SDI, SD-SDI and analog composite video standards are accepted of this model. All
video formats are scaled to fit on screen in the highest quality using full digital processing, precision
scaling and COLOR temperature correction to produce the best images available.
The monitor comes with many in monitor display features including WFM, analog audio input as well as
RS485.
Features:


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Auto- Sensing for HD/SD-SDI, Composite signal
Embedded Audio Support,4 or 8 Channels Audio Meter (VU & PPM)
H/V Delay, Under Scan, Safe & Area Marker, Aspect Ratio, Blue Only, Tally
1 Pair Audio Monitoring via Headphone Jack.
Support COLOR temperature correction.
Support Dynamic IMD, and TSL and IMAGE VIDEO protocols. RS485 connector.
Waveform and Vector scope display for SDI signal
Support OSD TALLY (SPLIT TALLY); Support LED TALLY.
Support SD ASPECT. When the input is CVBS or SD-SDI, it supports 16:9 and 4:3 display.
Support HD ZOOM. When the input is HD-SDI, it adds the “HD zoom” function to be
changed from 16:9 and 4:3.
An interface is displayed when USER menu is under operation.
Support FPGA and MCU upgrade via RS485.
Product Number
Description
RMD5032-HSC
Three monitors: each monitor includes two video inputs (support HD-SDI /
SD-SDI / CVBS), four external audio input connectors.
One RS485 input (RJ45), One RS485 output (RJ45).
RMD5032-SC
Three monitors: each monitor includes two video inputs (support SD-SDI /
CVBS), four external audio input connectors.
One RS485 input (RJ45), One RS485 output (RJ45).
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Chapter 2 Safety Precaution for Use
FCC Caution:
Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Read and keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions.
About the Position
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Do not block any ventilation openings.
Do not use this unit near water.
Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that product heat.
A nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc., is located on the rear panel. Install only in
accordance with the instructions in the section entitled, “Unpacking and Installation” on page 3.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
About the Power-supply Cord
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
Do not damage the power cord, place the heavy objects on the power cord, stretch the power
cord, or bend the power cord.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit.
If the power cord is damaged, turn off the power immediately. It is dangerous to use the unit
with a damaged power cord. It may cause fire or electric shock.
Unplug this apparatus during lighting storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet by grasping the plug, not by pulling the cord.
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by
qualified personnel before operating it any further.
Monitor
14. Do not beat with a hard object or scratch the LCD display.
15. Do not make the freeze picture displaying on the screen time too long, otherwise, it will leave
the afterimage on the screen.
16. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
17. If the brightness is adjusted to the minimum, then it might be hard to see the display screen.
18. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing will be required under all of the
following conditions:
 The unit has been exposed to rain or moisture.
 Liquid had been spilled or objects have fallen onto the unit.
 The unit has been damaged in any way, such as when the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
 The unit does not operate normally.
19. Clean only with dry cloth.
20. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Chapter 3 Unpacking and Installation
1. Unpack the RMD5032 Monitor and inspect for any apparent physical damage that
may have occurred in transit. We recommend you retain the shipping carton for future use.
If there be any damage, immediately contact OSEE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY LTD at
+86-010-62968823.
2. After inspection, install in your desired location of a standard EIA 19-inch equipment
rack. Adequate ventilation is required when installed to prevent possible damage to the
RMD5032 internal components.
3. Connect required cables for signal input and output. Please note that power must be
applied to the RMD5032 for all outputs to be activated. For BNC connections use 75
rated connectors.
4. Connect A.C. Mains power using the included power cord. Please ensure an Earth
ground present to ensure proper operation of the unit. Fasten the power protect accessory.
5. As a final step turn on each screen of the RMD5032 by depressing the power switch
located on the front of the unit.
Supplied Accessories:
1.Monitor
2.12 V DC power supply
3.User Manual
4.Warranty Card
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1
1
1
Chapter 4 Using the RMD5032
4.1 Status Display of the Screen
LED Tally Light
Input
format
Waveform or Vector scope
Signal
Safe Marker
Audio Meters
OSD Tally
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

IMD
Time Code
LED Tally Light: This tri-color (red/green/amber) light is controlled through a DB9
connector on the rear panel. For more information about the DB9 connector, refer to
“Rear Panel” on Chapter 4.4.
Input Signal Format: It displays the input signal format and can be set in the MAIN
Menu.
Safe Areas: Multiple safe areas are configurable in the MAIN Menu.
Audio Meters: Levels for the audio .For RMD5032-SC, only two meters on the left
side.
IMD: The MAIN Menu provides settings to customize the IMD (In-Monitor Display)
text area to show a line of characters, numbers, and/or some symbols.
Speakers: Audio may be selected for monitoring through the left and right speakers.
Time Code: The de-embedded time code from the HD/SD-SDI source displays in the
top right corner.
Waveform and Vector scope: The signal waveform and vector scope are configurable
in the MAIN Menu.
Referring to the circumstance of no sync ( power on):
1. Will indicate on the top left hand of screen: IN A: NO SYNC
2. On the bottom of screen will IMD and METER be shown, but the display of IMD
and METER is subject to the current main menu setting. When in the main menu
IMD DISP is set to ON and, no video input, IMD will display; when it is set OFF,
IMD won’t be displayed. The same applies to the display of METER.
3. The main menu can still be displayed, but the value of parameter relating to image
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is not adjustable; and the value of parameter relating to the display effect can be
adjustable.
4.2 Front Panel Controls
1:
Power On/Off Switch
When the indicator in the power switch is in green, it indicates that power is on.
When the indicator is flashing, it indicates standby.
2:
INA/B
Press to select one input signal from two input channels.
3:
USER
“USER” serves as the quick-button; its function can be assigned in the main MENU.
(For more information, please refer to “Chapter 4.3.2”.)
4:
MENU
Press to display the main menu. (For more information, please refer to “Chapter 4.3.3” and Chapter5.)
5/6: Two functions
 Press “MENU” button to choose the function you need.

When the “MENU” is not in use, the button of 5/6 can achieve the following functions:
5.
Blue only and mono button:
Blue only: press to eliminate the red and green signals. Only blue signal is displayed as an
apparent monochrome picture on the screen.
Mono: press to display a monochrome picture.
Press the button repeatedly, the button function will circle as follows:
Blue only
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mono
color mode
6.
Audio Selection and MUTE button
Audio Selection: press to select the monitoring audio of the corresponding monitor.
Mute: press to mute the sound. “MUTE” will show a continuous flickering lasting for 10S.
To cancel the mute function, press the button again.
Press the button repeatedly, the button function will circle as follows:
Audio Selection
Mute
Note: All monitors share one headphone jack. The indicator in lighting shows its audio is being
monitored; in flickering shows its audio is being muted of corresponding monitor.
7: Enter

Enter the menu items when menu is displayed;
 Enter instant parameters adjustment when menu isn’t displayed. The following parameters can be
regulated: VOLUME, BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, SHARPNESS, HUE.
(For more information, please refer to “Chapter 4.3.1”.)
8: HEADPHONE Jack:3.5mm Stereo HEADPHONE Jack
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4.3 Quick Button Descriptions
4.3.1 ENTER BUTTON
When MENU is not used, you can press ENTER to regulate the following parameters: VOLUME,
BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, SHARPNESS, and HUE.
Press ENTER six times, parameters will cycle. You can get the exact value combined with buttons
of ∧(up)or ∨(down).
 VOLUME: Used to regulate the volume. Range: -30~0dB, the maximum: 0dB.
 BRIGHTNESS: Used to regulate the brightness, range: -116~139, the typical: 0.
 CONTRAST: Used to regulate the contrast of image, range: -128~127, the typical: 0.
 SATURATION: Used to regulate the saturation of image, range: -128~127, the typical: 0.
 SHARPNESS: Used to regulate the sharpness of image, range: 0~15, the typical: 0.
 HUE: Used to regulate the hue of image, range: -32~31, the typical: 0.
Note: To regulate the option DEFAULT, use the reset item in video 1/2 of the main MENU. You can reset
the following parameters of BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST, SATURATION, SHARPNESS, and HUE.
4.3.2 USER1 BUTTON
Press the USER1 button on the front panel; it will display the following table. The table will
disappear after 3 seconds without operation.
USER FUNCTION
USER 1
H/V DELAY
OFF
USER1 can be used as quick-button, and include many options. When you choose one option, for
example, if you have already set USER1 at H/V DELAY, you can press “USER1” directly to realize
each function of H/V DELAY, and need not set in the main MENU. Of course you can set “USER1”
at other option accordingly.
The function of USER1 can be set in the main MENU. Set steps: press MENU, combined with
buttons of ∧(up)or ∨(down), you can find “USER CONFIG” in the sub-MENU, also combined
with buttons of ∧(up)or ∨(down), and you will find USER1.
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The different apparatus model includes different user menu items.
The options are as follows. (The underlined value means the DEFAULT value.)
Display (Viewing Area) : 5.7”
MODEL
RMD5032-SC
BUTTON ITEM
USER
RMD5032-HSC

H/V DELAY

H/V DELAY

SD ASPECT*

SD ASPECT*

WFM DISP

WFM DISP

SAFE MARKER

SAFE MARKER

AREA MARKER

AREA MARKER

OSD CONTROL

OSD CONTROL

MON SOURCE

MON SOURCE

SCAN

HD ZOOM

SCAN
And each option will be specified as follows.
 H/V DELAY:H/V, V, H, OFF. Function: horizontal/vertical blank, vertical blank, horizontal
blank, or no blank.
 SD ASPECT: Change the aspect ratio of the picture between 4:3 and 16:9. Only used for CVBS
and SD-SDI input signal. (For more information, please refer to Chapter 5.6)
 WFM DISP: It is used to check the waveform / VECTOR of the current signal picture, showing
on the top-right of the screen. Include three options of WFM, VECTOR, OFF.
 SAFE MARKER: Display CENTER mark, 90% mark and 80% mark or not.
 AREA MARKER: Images show with one scale of 2.35:1, 1.85:1, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3 or OFF.
Only when ASPECT is at 16:9, the setting is available.
 OSD CONTROL: Display waveform / VECTOR / TC code, IMD code and audio meter or not.
 MON SOURCE: Monitor one audio source of four audio sources. Include four options of MET1,
MET2, MET3 and MET4. When MET1 is selected, the first audio source will be monitored.
Likewise, if you select other MET, the corresponding audio source will be monitored.
 HD ZOOM: Only for the model of which the panel is of 4:3 and,when the input is HD-SDI, this
function is available. The “HD ZOOM” function can be changed from 16:9 (OFF) and 4:3 (ON).

SCAN: Press to display the 100% image (UNDER SCAN) and 95% (NORMAL) image.
Note: Please set “USER1” to meet your actual requirement. For example, if you often use H/V
DELAY, you’d better set “USER1” at H/V DELAY.
4.3.3 MENU BUTTON
When you want to change the value of a parameter, you may use MENU, and you can follow four
steps.
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 Step 1:
Press MENU, and you can enter the main MENU.
 Step 2:
Press buttons of ∧(up)or ∨(down) to choose an option, and the selected sub-MENU icon will
display in yellow. When you get one and press ENTER, and you can enter the sub-MENU.
 Step 3:
Press buttons of ∧(up)or ∨(down) to choose a parameter, and the selected parameter will display
in yellow. Press ENTER, and press ∧ or ∨ to acquire the exact value. Press ENTER to set some
value.
 Step 4:
Press MENU to return. You can follow the same step to set other parameters.
In a word, when you set a parameter, the buttons of ENTER,MENU,∧ and ∨ will be used
frequently. The function of each button is listed below.
ENTER: Enter the sub-menu and set the value of a parameter.
MENU: Return to the super-menu with no saving.
∧(up)or ∨(down): Switch the options in the same menu.
Note: in all sub-menu of main menu, pressing “Menu” is to cancel the current set value and
return back to the menu of top level. If setting a value of some parameter, it’s required to
press “Enter” to save current set value.
4.4 Rear Panel
Connectors
HD-SDI/SD-SDI inputs comply with SMPTE259M,SMPTE292M / ITU-R BT601.
Composite Video inputs comply with SMPTE-170M.
Tally lamps are active, when connected to ground.
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Video3 , INB and
INA HD-SDI/SDI/
CVBS inputs
Video 2,INB and
INA HD-SDI/SDI/
CVBS inputs
Input Audio 3,
four external audio
connectors

Tally IN connector
(DB9 male)
Video 1,INB and
INA HD-SDI/SDI/
CVBS inputs
Input Audio 1,
four external audio
connectors
IN/ OUT RS485
12V DC
Power Supply
For Tally IN connector (DB9 male) :
Tally IN (DB-9 pin)
Pin
1
CH1-R
Pin
6
CH1-G
Pin
2
CH2-R
Pin
7
CH2-G
Pin
3
CH3-R
Pin
8
CH3-G
Pin
4
/
Pin
9
/
Pin
5
Tally Light Color
GND
Screen 1
PIN1
Screen 2
PIN6
PIN2
PIN7
Red
GND
Open
GND
Open
Green
Open
GND
Open
GND
Amber
GND
GND
GND
GND
The description of Screen 3 is similar with Screen 1.
 For IN/ OUT RS485 connector (Female RJ-45):
Support for dynamic IMD and updating the new firmware.
( Female RJ-45 Receptacles )
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Pin No.
RS485 IN Terminal Signal
RS485 OUT Terminal Signal
1,2
GND
GND
3
Tx-
Tx-
4
Rx+
Rx+
5
Rx-
Rx-
6
Tx+
Tx+
7,8
NC
NC
Chapter 5 Main Menu Structure
The descriptions of main menu structure are as follows:
(The operation of main menu refers to Chapter 4.3.3)
The main menu includes seven sub-menu icons. The sub-menus are:
A. STATUS
B. VIDEO
C. AUDIO
D. MARKER
E. OSD
F. USER CONTROL
G. USER CONFIG
Note: For the following menu description, “O” stands for the unit including this function; whereas “X”
indicates the unit includes no such function. The underlined values are factory preset setting values.
(The presets are values adjusted before shipment from factories.) The available parameters and
values show in white; the unavailable parameters and values show in blue.
5.1 STATUS Sub-menu
The STATUS Sub-menu is used to display the current status of the unit. The following items are
displayed:
Input Signal
Parameters
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
Display Value
FORMAT
O
O
O
COLOR TEMP
O
O
O
D65
MON SOURCE
O
O
O
MET 1
SCAN
O
O
O
NORMAL
SD ASPECT
O
O
O
4:3
MODEL
O
O
O
RMD5032-HSC
IN A
1080I60
This Sub-menu can’t be entered, only display Information. The model will display corresponding unit
type depending on the actual unit.
5.2 VIDEO Sub-menu
Parameters
Input Signal
Domain Range
NOTE
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
BRIGHTNESS
O
O
O
-116…000…139
Adjust the picture brightness
CONTRAST
O
O
O
-128…000…127
Adjust the picture contrast
VIDEO (1/2)
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SATURATION
O
O
O
-128…000…127
Adjust the picture saturation
SHARPNESS
O
O
O
000…15
Adjust the picture sharpness
HUE
O
O
O
-32…000…31
RESET
O
O
O
Adjust the picture hue
Reset BRIGHTNESS, CONTRAST,
SATURATION, SHARPNESS, and HUE to
default value. Once “Reset” is set, all
parameters above will respond to change.
COLOR TEMP
O
O
O
USR…D56…
Used to select the color temperature that
D65…D93
will become the basis for adjustments.
 <USR> Color temperature of user set.
 <D56> Color temperature around 5600K
 <D65> Color temperature around 6500K
 <D93>Color temperature around 9300K
VIDEO (2/2)
R GAIN
O
O
O
0…128…255
Gain elements for RED are adjusted.
G GAIN
O
O
O
0…128…255
Gain elements for GREEN are adjusted.
B GAIN
O
O
O
0…128…255
Gain elements for BLUE are adjusted.
R OFFSET
O
O
O
0…128…255
Offset elements for RED are adjusted.
G OFFSET
O
O
O
0…128…255
Offset elements for GREEN are adjusted.
B OFFSET
O
O
O
0…128…255
Offset elements for BLUE are adjusted.
RESET
O
O
O
“R GAIN”- “B OFFSET” values are reset
to color temperatures values selected in
“COLOR TEMP”.
NOTE: When adjusting, the item displays of “BRIGHTNESS”-“HUE” and “R GAIN”-“B OFFSET” move to
the lower part of the screen.
5.3 AUDIO Sub-menu
PARAMETERS
Input Signal
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
O
O
O
Domain Range
NOTE
AUDIO (1/5)
AUDIO MON
ON…OFF
Used for headphone.
The default of left panel is set to ON, others
is set to OFF. “AUDIO MON” can be only
set from “OFF” to “ON”,a reverse cannot be
allowed.
MON SOURCE
O
O
O
MET 1…MET 4
Used to set the monitoring audio source from
among audio meters.
Note: For RMD5032-HSC, there are four
audio meters (MET1~MET4).
For RMD5032-SC, there are only two audio
meters (MET1~MET2).
VOLUME
O
O
O
00dB…-30dB…MUTE
Used to adjust the volume value.
“MUTE” changes to a continuous flickering
lasting for 10S.
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METER SIZE
O
O
O
SMALL…LARGE
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Used to set the size of the audio meter
display.
When the SD ASPECT is 16:9, the
meter size will only display in type of
SMALL, both in the METER SIZE
selection of SMALL and LARGE.
When the SD ASPECT is 4:3, the meter
size
will
responding
display
to
the
the
size
type,
METER
SIZE
selection of SMALL and LARGE.
METER H POS L
O
O
O
000…255
Used to set the horizontal position of left
audio meter.
METER H POS R
O
O
O
000…255
Used to set the horizontal position of right
audio meter. Only used for RMD5032-HSC.
TEST LEV
O
O
O
-18dB…-20dB
O
O
O
NONE…VU
Used to set the test level of audio meter.
AUDIO (2/5)
IN A: MET 1
…PK…VU+PK
IN A: MET 2
O
O
O
NONE…VU
…PK…VU+PK
IN A: MET 3
O
O
O
NONE…VU
…PK…VU+PK
IN A: MET 4
O
O
O
Used to set the audio meter types with the
input signal from INA connector.
Note: For RMD5032-HSC, there are four
audio meters (MET1~MET4).
For RMD5032-SC, there are only two audio
meters (MET1~MET2).
NONE…VU
…PK…VU+PK
IN A: MET 1-L
O
O
O
EBD1
For the input signal from INA connector, it is
used to assign the audio channel for left audio
meter 1 display from among
“EBD1…EBD16” and “EXT1L…EXT2R”.
IN A: MET 1-R
O
O
O
EBD2
For the input signal from INA connector, it is
used to assign the audio channel for right
audio meter 1 display from among
“EBD1…EBD16” and “EXT1L…EXT2R”.
IN A: MET 2-L
O
O
O
EBD3
The similar as INA meter 1.
IN A: MET 2-R
O
O
O
EBD4
The similar as INA meter 1.
IN A: MET 3-L
O
O
O
EBD5
The similar as INA meter 1. Only used for
AUDIO (3/5)
RMD5032-HSC.
IN A: MET 3-R
O
O
O
EBD6
The similar as INA meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
IN A: MET 4-L
O
O
O
EBD7
The similar as INA meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
IN A: MET 4-R
O
O
O
EBD8
The similar as INA meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
IN B: MET 1
IN B: MET 2
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O
O
O
O
O
O
NONE…VU
For the input signal from INB connector, it is
…PK…VU+PK
used to set the audio meter types with the
NONE…VU
input signal from INB connector.
…PK…VU+PK
For RMD5032-HSC, there are four audio
AUDIO (4/5)
IN B: MET 3
O
O
O
NONE…VU
…PK…VU+PK
IN B: MET 4
Note:
O
O
O
NONE…VU
meters (MET1~MET4).
For RMD5032-SC, there are only two audio
meters (MET1~MET2).
…PK…VU+PK
IN B: MET 1-L
O
O
O
EBD1
For the input signal from INB connector, it is
used to assign the audio channel for left audio
meter 1 display from among
“EBD1…EBD16” and “EXT1L…EXT2R”.
IN B: MET 1-R
O
O
O
EBD2
For the input signal from INB connector, it is
used to assign the audio channel for right
audio meter 1 display from among
“EBD1…EBD16” and “EXT1L…EXT2R”.
IN B: MET 2-L
O
O
O
EBD3
The similar as INB meter 1.
IN B: MET 2-R
O
O
O
EBD4
The similar as INB meter 1.
IN B: MET 3-L
O
O
O
EBD5
The similar as INB meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
AUDIO (5/5)
IN B: MET 3-R
O
O
O
EBD6
The similar as INB meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
IN B: MET 4-L
O
O
O
EBD7
The similar as INB meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
IN B: MET 4-R
O
O
O
EBD8
The similar as INB meter 1. Only used for
RMD5032-HSC.
5.4 MARKER Sub-menu
PARAMETERS
SAFE MARKER1
Input Signal
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
O
O
O
Domain Range
NOTE
ON…OFF
Select ON to enable the safe
area mark of the picture display
and OFF not to display.
CENTER
O
O
O
ON…OFF
Select ON to display the center
mark of the picture and OFF not
to display.
No function in h/v delay mode.
90%
O
O
O
ON…OFF
Select ON to enable the 90%
safe area size of the image
display and OFF not to display.
No function in h/v delay mode.
80%
O
O
O
ON…OFF
Select ON to enable the 80%
safe area size of the image
display and OFF not to display.
No function in h/v delay mode.
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X
O
O
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OFF…2.35:1
Used to set type of the area
…1.85:1…15:9
marker.
…14:9…13:9
No function in h/v delay mode
…4:3
and in 4:3 aspect ratio for SD
SDI input.
Note:
1. SAFE MARKER
 When SAFE MARKER is set to ON, the value of “CENTER”,“90%”,“80%”changes
between ON, OFF. Each function is available.
 When SAFE MARKER is set to OFF, the functions of “CENTER”,“90%”,“80%” are not
available.
2. Refer to the “AREA MARKER” parameter:
 Only when the image displaying in 16:9 format, this function is available.
5.5 OSD Sub-menu
PARAMETERS
Input Signal
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
O
O
O
Domain Range
NOTE
OSD (1/3)
STD DISP
ON…AUTO OFF…OFF
Displays the input
signal
format on the top left of the
screen.
• ON = Always displayed
• AUTO OFF= Displayed for
about 10 seconds after change
• OFF = Hidden
X
WFM/VT DISP
O
O
VECTOR…WFM…
OFF
•VECTOR: Displays vector
scope.
•WFM: Displays waveform
• OFF: not to display
TC DISP
X
O
O
ON…OFF
• ON: Displays the time code
• OFF: not to display
IMD DISP
O
O
O
ON…OFF
• ON: Displays IMD
•OFF: not to display
1
O
O
O
ON…OFF
O
O
O
RGY…GR…GR
O
O
O
ON…OFF
IMD FIXED SETUP*3
O
O
O
COLOR *4
O
O
O
OSD TLY DISP *
OSD TLY MODE *
LED TLY DISP
1
*2
OSD (2/3)
@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
RED…GREEN
…YELLOW…WHITE
ALIGN
*5
O
O
O
LEFT…CENTER…
O
LOCAL…TSL V3.1
…TSL
V4.0…IMAGE
VIDEO
RIGHT
*6
IMD PROTOCOL
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O
O
16 CHARS
IMD ID *7
O
O
O
0…255
The device can be set
independently through the
downloading software and
with the set value, convenient
for remote control
OSD (3/3)
IMD NAME(S/N) *8
O
O
O
S00000
16 Characters totally. IMD
NAME is in compliance with
IMAGE VIDEO Protocol
IMD TLY MODE
*9
IMD BAUD RATE
*10
O
O
O
O
O
O
T1…T2…T1T2…T2T1
IMD TLY MODE is in
…T1-…T2-…T1T2-
compliance with IMAGE
…T2T1-…
VIDEO Protocol
2400…4800…9600…
19200…38400…57600…
115200
TLY SOURCE
*11
O
O
O
STANDARD…IMAGE
VIDEO
HW…IMAGE
VIDEO 422…
STANDARD+IV422…
TSL
NOTES:
*1. OSD TLY DISP, OSD TLY MODE
Use these settings to choose how tally is displayed on the screen. The available OSD Tally options
depend on the Tally Source. OSD TLY DISP can be set to Off,ON;OSD TLY MODE can be set to
RGY, RG, or GR:
When the Tally Source is set to STANDARD or STANDARD+IV422, OSD TLY MODE is available.
When the Tally Source is set to IMAGE VIDEO 422、TSL and IMAGE VIDEO HW, OSD TLY MODE
is unavailable.
• Off: On-screen tally is disabled.
• ON: On-screen tally is enabled.
• RGY: Red, yellow, or green tally signals are indicated at both the bottom left and bottom right corners
of the screen near IMD.
• RG: Red tally is shown at the bottom left of the screen and green is shown at the bottom right.
• GR: Green tally is shown at the bottom left of the screen and red is shown at the bottom right.
*2. LED TLY DISP
Use this setting to enable or disable the LED Tally. When it is set to ON, the yellow, red and green LED
above each display will respond to tally commands, according to the Tally Source setting.
*3. IMD FIXED SETUP
Use this setting to display static IMD text on the screen. This setting is used to enter IMD text locally,
when a serial protocol is not used for remote control. The IMD will be overridden by serial protocol
commands.
Press ENTER to edit the IMD. Use the ENTER button to move the cursor. Press ENTER with the cursor
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on the character to be changed and use the Up/Down button to scroll through character options. Press
ENTER to choose a character. Press MENU to return to the up menu and save the IMD setting.
*4. COLOR
Use this setting to choose the color of the IMD text. Available colors are red, green, yellow and white.
This setting does not affect text color when using IMD text via the Image Video or TSL protocols (text
color is set via the protocols).
*5. ALIGN
Use this setting to choose the horizontal alignment of the IMD text. IMD text can be justified on the left,
center or right of the screen. This setting is overridden when using IMD text via the Image Video
protocol (alignment is set via Image Video protocol).
*6. IMD Protocol
Use the IMD Protocol menu option to choose the protocol with which the unit receives remote commands.
Currently, four protocols are available.

Image Video
Use the Image Video protocol setting when controlling the IMD from an Image Video tally controller
(e.g. TSI-1000) or other controlling device which utilizes the Image Video protocol. The IMD ID,
IMD Name(S/N), and Baud Rate parameters must be set for each screen in conjunction with the
controlling device.

TSL v4.0
Use the TSL v4.0 protocol setting when controlling the IMD from a TSL tally controller, or other
controlling device which utilizes the TSL v4.0 protocol. The IMD ID must be set for each screen in
conjunction with the controlling device.

TSL v3.1
Use the TSL v3.1 protocol setting when controlling the IMD from a TSL tally controller, or other
controlling device which utilizes the TSL v3.1 protocol. The IMD ID must be set for each screen in
conjunction with the controlling device.

LOCAL
The static IMD is set by the local unit. The others of IMD Protocol can be set by Local and the
corresponding protocols.
*7. IMD ID
The IMD ID identifies each screen to the controlling device. When using the TSL protocol, the ID of each
screen should be manually set in conjunction with the controlling device. When using the Image Video
protocol, the ID may be set automatically by the controlling device, after each IMD is initially identified
by IMD Name (see “IMD Name[S/N]” below). Available IDs are 000-255.
*8. IMD Name (S/N)
Use this setting to assign a name to each screen when using the Image Video protocol. The IMD name is
equivalent to the Image Video serial number and is used by the Image Video controlling device to
identify each screen. The default IMD Name(S/N) is “S00000.” It is recommended to maintain this
naming scheme in order to avoid serial number conflicts with other Image Video devices on the same
serial bus. Each name can be up to 16 ASCII characters.
Press ENTER to edit the IMD. Use the ENTER button to move the cursor. Press ENTER with the cursor
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on the character to be changed and use the Up/Down button to scroll through character options. Press
ENTER to choose a character. Press MENU to return to the up menu and save the IMD setting.
*9. IMD TLY Mode
Use this setting when using Image Video tally control. Choose one of the following settings, in
conjunction with the Image Video controlling device. T1, T2, T1T2, T2T1, T1-, T2-, T1T2-, T2T1-.
Consult Image Video documentation for further information.
*10. IMD Baud Rate
Use this setting to choose the baud rate. The baud rate must be set in conjunction with the controlling
device. Available baud rates are 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200.
*11. Tally Source
The unit tally (OSD and LED) can be controlled in a variety of different ways. Use the Tally Source
setting to choose how tally is controlled:

Standard
Use the Standard setting to control tally via contact closure on the DB-9 tally interface.

Image Video HW
Use the Image Video HW setting to control Image Video tally states via contact closure on the
DB-9 tally interface. Contact closure of the Red pin corresponds to Image Video Tally 1, and
the Green pin maps to Image Video Tally 2. Contact closure (ground) corresponds to a LOW
state, and open circuit corresponds to a HIGH state. This mode requires the IMD Tally Mode
parameter to be set. Consult Image Video documentation for further information.

Image Video 422
Use the Image Video 422 setting to control Image Video tally states via the Image Video serial
protocol. This mode requires the IMD Tally Mode parameter to be set. Consult Image Video
documentation for further information.

Standard + IV422
Use the Image Video 422 setting to control Image Video tally states via the Image Video serial
protocol, while controlling LED and OSD tally using contact closure on the DB-9 tally interface.
This mode requires the IMD Tally Mode parameter to be set. Consult Image Video
documentation for further information.

TSL
Use the TSL setting to control OSD and LED tally via the TSL protocol.
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5.6 USER CONTROL Sub-menu
PARAMETERS
SCAN
Input Signal
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
O
O
O
Domain Range
NOTE
NORMAL…UNDER SCAN
Used to adjust the image
display scale.
 NORMAL: 95%
 UNDER SCAN:100%
SD ASPECT
1
O
O
X
4:3…16:9
Used to adjust the screen
Aspect Ratio.
H/V DELAY
X
O
O
OFF…H…V…H/V
Used to observe the horizontal
and vertical sync signals at the
same time.
2
COLOR BAR
1
HD ZOOM
O
O
O
ON…OFF
X
X
O
ON…OFF
Only valid for 4:3 panel
1. For “SD ASPECT” and “HD ZOOM” parameters:
SD ASPECT: The screen Aspect Ratio
Only for CVBS and SD-SDI input signal, the “SD ASPECT” can be set to display in16:9 or 4:3.
For the model of which the panel is of 4:3 and,when the input is HD-SDI, the “SD ASPECT”
parameter is unavailable. The “HD ZOOM” function will be available and can be changed from 16:9
(OFF) and 4:3 (ON). For more detailed information, see the Chapter 6.
2. For “Color bar” parameter:
When opening the color bar, the screen information will be covered by the color bar for one minute.
The color bar also can be canceled by pressing the ∧button,∨ button ,“ENTER” button or
“MENU” button.
5.7 USER CONFIG Sub-menu
PARAMETERS
VECTOR REF
Input Signal
CVBS
SD-SDI
HD-SDI
O
O
O
Domain Range
NOTE
100% CB
Used to set the reference value of the
…75% CB
vector scope.
 100% CB: 100% color bar
 75% CB: 75% color bar
OSD CONTROL
O
O
O
ON…OFF
Except STATUS, it controls the switch
of all OSD
WFM/ VT MODE
O
O
O
SOLID…75%
Used to set the transparence of the
…50%…25%
waveform and vector scope.
 SOLID:100%over
cover
the
background
 75%:75%over cover the background
 50%:50%over cover the background
 25%:25%over cover the background
USER 1
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O
O
O
SCAN
See Chapter 4.3.2
Chapter 6
Technical Specifications
Product detailed information:
Number of Screens
3
Screen Display Ratio
15:9
Display (Viewing Area)
108.0(H) × 64.8(V)
Viewing Angles
170°H x170° V
Screen Colors (Bit Depth)
16.7M
Resolution (Dots)
800H ×480V
Pixel Pitch (mm)
0.135 (H)x 0.135 (V)
Contrast Ratio
600 :1
Pixel Response(ms)
Tr=25; Tf=25
Luminance, White (cd /㎡)
300
Back light
White LED
Dimensions
19”W x 3.5”H x 2.7”D (482.6mm x 88mm x 69.2mm)
12V DC/10 watts. – (3.8 Amps max –CE & UL complied supply
included)
Power Consumption
Operating Temperature
-20℃ to +60℃
Inputs
6 Auto-sensing HD-SDI / SD-SDI/ Analog Composite (BNC);
6pairs External analog audio inputs, 1 RS485 input (RJ45),
Outputs
1 RS485 output (RJ45).
Signal Format
RMD5032 are compatible with the following Signal Formats:
Product Number
Signal Formats
NTSC、PAL
480i-59.94、576i-50
RMD5032-HSC
1035i-59.94、1035i-60、1080i-50、1080i-59.94、1080i-60、1080p-23.97、
1080p-24、1080p-25、1080p-29.97、1080p-30、1080PsF-23.97、1080PsF-24、
720p-50、720p-59.94、720p-60、720p-23.97、720p-24、720p-25、720p-29.97、
720p-30
NTSC、 PAL
RMD5032-SC
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The relationships between the actual display form (on the top left of the screen)and input
signal format are as follows:
Signal Format
1080/60I
1080/50I
1080/30P
1080/25P
108024P
1080/24PsF
1035/60I
720/60P
720/50P
720/30P
720/25P
720/24P
576/50I
480/60I
NTSC
PAL
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Support Form
Display Form
1080/60I
1080/59.94I
1080/50I
1080/30P
1080/29.97P
1080/25P
1080/24P
1080/23.97
1080/24PsF
1080/23.97PsF
1035/60I
1035/59.94I
720/60P
720/59.94P
720/50P
720/30P
720/29.97P
720/25P
720/24P
720/23.97P
576/50I
480/59.94I
NTSC
PAL
1080I60
1080I59.94
1080I50
1080P30
1080P29.97
1080P25
1080P24
1080P23.97
1080sF24
1080Sf23.97
1035I60
1035I59.94
720P60
720P59.94
720P50
720P30
720P29.97
720P25
720P24
720P23.97
576I50
480I60
NTSC
PAL
Dimensions:
Front View and Side View (Unit: mm)
Rear View (Unit: mm)
Top Side View (Unit: mm)
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Function Table of SD ASPECT, UNDER SCAN, NORMAL and HD ZOOM
For the following table, the Screen Display Ratio of the monitor’s panel is 4:3.
INPUT SIGNAL
OUTPUT
SD signal
MENU ITEM
SD
ASPECT
(4:3)
UNDER
SCAN
INVALID
NORMAL
INVALID
SD
UNDER
ASPECT(16:9)
SCAN
INVALID
NORMAL
INVALID
HD
UNDER
ZOOM(ON)
SCAN
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
INVALID
NORMAL
HD
UNDER
ZOOM(OFF)
SCAN
NORMAL
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Chapter 7
Warranty for LCD Monitor
What the warranty covers:
osee warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship during the warranty
period of one year from purchase date. If a product proves to be defective in material or workmanship
during the warranty period, osee will, at its sole option, repair or replace the product with a similar
product. The replacement unit will be covered by the balance of the time remaining on the customer’s
original limited warranty.
No sales personnel of the seller or any other person is authorized to make any warranties other than those
described above, or to extend the duration of any warranties on behalf of osee, beyond the time period
describe above.
This warranty is extended to the first consumer only, and proof of purchase is necessary to honor the
warranty. If there is no proof of purchase provided with a warranty claim, osee reserves the right not to
honor the warranty set forth above. Therefore, labor and parts may be charged to the consumer.
What the warranty does not cover:
1. Any product, on which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed.
2. Damage, deterioration or malfunction resulting from:
 Accident, misuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning, or other acts of nature, unauthorized product
modification, or failure to follow instructions supplied with the product




Repair or attempted repair by anyone not authorized by osee
Any damage of the product due to shipment.
Removal or installation of the product.
Causes external to the product, such as electric power fluctuations or failure.
 Use of supplies or parts not meeting osee product’s specifications.
 Normal wear and tear.
 Any other cause which does not relate to a product defect.
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