Audio international DVD-9101-101-x Specifications

Audio international DVD-9101-101-x Specifications
Installation and Operation
Manual
DVD-9101-101-x
Serial Digital Video Disc Player
Document # 540311
a DeCrane Aircraft Company
7300 Industry Drive, North Little Rock, AR 72117
Phone: 501-955-2929 Fax: 501-955-2988
www.audiointl.com
Audio International, Inc.
DVD-9101-101-x Installation & Operation Manual
Document Revision History
Rev. Level
Date
Description
IR
08/2005
Initial Release
IR1
04/2006
Corrected typo on weight
IR2
10/2006
Removed reference to “sensor” in sec. 3.3.9
A
10/2006
Corrected mating connector information
Reference Documents
Document #
Description
525269
DVD-9101-101-x Outline Drawing
Service Bulletin List
Service
Bulletin #
Subject
Manual
Revision
Revision
Date
Table of Illustrations
Section #
Description
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2.4
Typical System Block Diagram
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4.1
Front Panel Controls
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7.1
Reference Drawings
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Table of Contents
Section
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Description
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Purpose of the Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operational Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Application. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Media and Format Capabilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typical System Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.1 Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 Unpacking and Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Cautions & Warnings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.4 Wiring Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.5 Physical Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.6 Clearance and Separation Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.7 Electrical Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.8 Mating Connector Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.9 Pinout Assignments and Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.10 Post Installation Test. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
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4.1
4.2
4.3
Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front Panel Control Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Supported RS-485 and IR Commands. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning Method. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Troubleshooting Procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Airworthiness Limitations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.0
Reference Drawings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.0
5.0
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DVD-9101-101-x
Serial Digital Video Disc Player
1.0
General Information
1.1
Introduction
This manual contains information for the proper installation and operation
of Audio International’s (AI) Digital Video Disc Player, Model #
DVD-9101-101-x. The “-x” suffix in the model number designates the type
of connector utilized; “-1” = Positronic and “-2” = D-Subminiature. Also
included are mechanical and electrical characteristics of the unit.
1.2
Purpose of the Equipment
Audio International’s DVD-9101-101-x is a small form-factor DVD player
compatible in size to current Audio International Single-Disc CD players.
The DVD-9101-101-x contains three (3) SDI video outputs and three (3)
AES-3 audio output channels. Audio, video, and control commands are
handled via AI’s RS-485 data bus. This device is designed to interface
with equipment containing AI Serial Digital video and AES-3 audio
equipment and is provided with power and ID strapping connections.
This unit incorporates four (4) ID strapping connections to allow up to 16
like units to operate concurrently on the same RS-485 serial data bus
segment independently of each other.
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Operational Features
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Supports standard commercial audio CD, video DVD, and MP3
audio
Optional IR control
Three (3) SDI video outputs and three (3) AES-3 audio 2-channel
outputs or AES-3 audio 5.1 channel output
Supports all DVD region codes for international operation
Easy-to-use front panel controls
Up to 45 advanced functions available for AI's RC5 remote or any
AI data bus device for complete system customization
Full range frequency response
Nine (9) language and subtitle options (dependent upon usersupplied disc capabilities)
Easy to mount and connect
Compact, lightweight package
Four (4) Forward and Reverse accelerated scanning speeds with
DVD video
Three (3) slow forward and reverse speeds with DVD video
Internal test signal generation for convenient device validation,
system set-up, and system troubleshooting
Optional Equipment
The DVD-9101-101-x is optionally controlled by AI infrared remote or
touch screen panels, and it is important to remember that some remote
controls possess functions not duplicated by the unit’s front panel buttons,
such as Menu and Set-Up. While the DVD-9101-101-x is a complete and
fully functional standalone DVD Player, it is strongly recommended that a
remote control device also be employed for thorough enjoyment of the
unit.
Audio International also offers a wide variety of monitors, speakers,
headphone jacks, video distribution devices, and other equipment that will
perfectly complement the DVD-9101-101-x and will also be valuable and
attractive additions to any cabin interior.
Contact your AI representative for details.
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Application
2.1
Typical Application
Typical Audio Output (AES-3 digital audio) interfaces include various
AES-3 distribution and/or signal manipulation devices. This unit is capable
of interfacing and providing output to compatible Audio International
devices capable of distributing and/or processing the source output digital
audio including, but not limited to: Audio routers, stand-alone AES-3
decoders, and audio power amplifiers with built-in AES-3 decoding
capability.
Typical Video Output (SMPTE-259M Standard Definition-Serial Digital
Interface) interfaces include various SD-SDI distribution and/or signal
manipulation devices. This unit is capable of interfacing and providing
output to compatible Audio International SD-SDI devices capable of
distributing and/or deserializing the source output digital video including,
but not limited to: SDI routers, Stand-alone SDI deserializers, and LCD
displays with built-in SDI deserialize capability.
2.2
Display
An eight-character display is provided on the front of the unit to display
title and chapter during DVD playback, and track during CD playback.
The display is also used to provide user feedback during other operations
including disc loading.
2.3
Media and Format Compatibilities
DVD-9101-101-x is compatible with standard commercial audio CD and
video DVD. Note that since DVD disc format standards are constantly
evolving, some DVD discs may not play properly or may cause the unit to
malfunction. AI does not guarantee the DVD-9101-101-x is compatible
with all media or formats.
Compatible Formats
Standard DVD-Video
DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW
Video CD, SVCD
Standard CD-Digital Audio
DVD[Plus]
MP3, WMA9
Standard CD-Recordable
Standard CD-ReWriteable
DVD-Audio
SACD, CD layer only
Dual disc
JPEG
Typical DVD authoring programs are compatible and produce playable
movies. However some programs may create menu structures or controls
that are not compatible, or do not display or function as intended.
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Typical System Block Diagram
2.4.1 This system is fully compatible with Audio International’s RS-485
digital data bus system. It can be configured for IR remote control
utilizing AI’s remote control unit AI-RC5-17xxxx and IFR-485.
2.4.2 The unit can also be configured for Touch Screen or remote panel
control (i.e. entertainment control panels). The panels are on AI’s
RS-485 digital data bus system and configured to control the
operational features of the DVD-9101-101-x.
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Installation
3.1
Preparation
3.1.1 Careful consideration of the location of this and all other
audio/visual modules is necessary. Some of the items to be
considered in the design and layout of the aircraft cabin include:
• Space
• Available power supply
• Environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, etc.)
• Length of cable runs
• Location of other aircraft systems (oxygen delivery)
3.1.2 The DVD-9101-101-x shall be installed to conform to the standards
designated by the customer, installing agency, and existing
conditions as to the unit location and type of installation.
3.1.3 Mounting screws are required to secure the unit. Mounting
provisions are provided via four (4) 10-32 UNF-2B threaded
mounting holes – two (2) the left and right sides of unit. Refer to
Section 7.0, Reference Drawings, for illustrations.
3.1.5 The installing agency shall supply and fabricate all external cables
to the DVD-9101-101-x. The length and routing of external cables
shall be carefully studied and planned before attempting installation
of the unit. Allow adequate space for installation of cable and
connectors.
Mating connectors are the responsibility of the
installing agency. Correct pin assignments as outlined in Section
3.8 are the responsibility of the installing agency.
3.2
Unpacking and Inspection
3.2.1 Carefully open the packaging and remove the DVD-9101-101-x.
Verify that all components have been included in the package per
the packing list. Inspect the unit for shipping damage.
3.2.2
If damage has occurred during shipping, a claim should be filed
with Audio International WITHIN 24 hours and a Return Request
Authorization Number shall be obtained from AI by contacting the
Repair Department at 501.801.0640. Repackage the unit in its
original packaging materials and return it to AI following instructions
given by the AI representative. Refer to the front cover of this
manual for address. If no return is necessary, retain the packing
list and the packing materials for storage.
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Cautions & Warnings
3.3.1 It is important to do a pin-to-pin power and ground check on all
connectors. Ensure that power and ground are applied only where
specified. Damage to the unit may result if power or ground is
applied to the wrong points.
3.3.2 DO NOT connect or disconnect the unit while power is applied.
3.3.3 DO NOT remove any factory-installed screws. Damage to the unit
may result and void any warranties.
3.3.4 DO NOT drop the unit or subject it to strong shock.
contains glass parts that may break or crack.
The unit
3.3.5 DO NOT place foreign objects into openings. Contact with foreign
objects may result in dangerous voltage or electric shock.
3.3.6 DO NOT place near strong magnetic fields, radiators or other heat
sources.
3.3.7 DO NOT use this unit other than for its intended purpose. Doing so
might lead to electric shock or injury.
3.3.8 DO NOT use near water, moisture, or volatile sprays. Do not use
any type of solvent when cleaning (surface damage may occur).
3.3.9 DO NOT expose unit to sun or bright light.
3.3.10 The chassis material and structural design of this unit is such that
the unit is not capable of containing fire within the unit. This unit
does not provide for waterproof operation.
3.3.11 Operating temperature should not exceed –15C to +55C.
3.3.12 ESD (Electro Static Discharge) guidelines shall be followed.
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Wiring Requirements
3.4.1 Introduction
The installing agency shall supply and fabricate all external cables.
The length and routing of external cables shall be carefully studied
and planned before attempting installation of the equipment. Allow
adequate space for installation of cable and connectors.
3.4.2 Power Wires
All power input and power ground connections to the unit must be
22 AWG (minimum) using shielded twisted pair wiring (MIL-W22759) with the shield properly terminated (bonded) at the sourceend only. This unit provides for common circuit ground and chassis
ground connections.
Both circuit and chassis grounds are
referenced to pin 2 of connector P1. Circuit/chassis ground
connection shall be bonded to an electrically conductive chassis
mounting point or frame ground with less than 0.001 Ω resistance
using less than 50 Ω impedance cable.
3.4.3 Video Lines
All serial digital video wiring connections are recommended to use
PIC V76261 shielded coaxial. Serial digital video provided in
SMPTE 259M format. All connector types shall be compatible with
above-listed wiring requirements.
3.4.5 Serial Digital Audio Wiring
All digital audio wire connections must be twisted shielded cable
with the shield properly grounded to the dedicated pin at the source
end to the dedicated pin at the load end. Twisted shielded cable
shall be 22 AWG (minimum) for digital audio signals and shall be in
accordance with NEMA WC 27500. Cable impedance must be 110
Ω +/- 10%.
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3.4.6 RS-485 Data Bus Wiring
The DVD-9101-101-x is designed to interface with other Audio
International equipment via AI’s proprietary RS-485 serial data bus.
The data bus shall be implemented using a twisted shielded pair
cable in accordance with NEMA WC 27500. The wire size for the
conductors in this cable shall be 22 AWG, MINIMUM. Shield pins
are available for connecting data bus shields when required.
Refer to AI document 650007 for RS-485 Serial Data Bus design
architecture.
3.5
Physical Characteristics
3.5.1 Refer to Section 6.0 for unit dimensions and attachment points.
3.5.2 When mounting the unit, allow sufficient space for mating
connectors.
3.5.3 Chassis material is 6061-T6 aluminum, clear of anodization while
maintaining electrical conductivity to ground from any point on the
chassis via irridite treatment, gold, per MIL-C-5541.
3.5.4 This unit has an internal fan and ventilation holes in the chassis for
cooling. Installation recommendation requires 1-inch spacing from
other components and structures except the mounting surface for
which the unit should be in direct contact.
3.5.5 Bonding between chassis mounting point and airframe installation
to be <1 Ω resistance using <50 Ω impedance cable. No surface
prep is required due to conductive chassis finish (except front
bezel).
3.6
Clearance and Separation Requirements
When running cables, avoid sharp bends and placing cables near aircraft
control cables. Maintain a MINIMUM clearance of three (3) inches from
any control cable. If wiring is run parallel to combustible fluid or oxygen
lines, maintain a separation of six (6) inches between the lines.
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Electrical Characteristics
3.7.1 Electrical Specifications:
Electrical
Quiescent Power
Maximum Power
Operating Voltage
Range
Data Bus Type
Serial Digital Interface
Audio Interfaces
IR Signal
0.80 A @ +28 VDC
1.50 A @ +28 VDC
+18 to +32 VDC
AI RS-485
270 Mb/s per SMPTE-259M
Three outputs
AES-3 digital audio outputs
Three outputs
5V active low
3.7.2 The DVD-9101-101-x utilizes one (1) 25-pin connector for electrical
connections, which provides power, data bus control, infrared input,
and four (4) address strapping pins and a strapping common for
unit identification on the RS-485 data bus and for IR control.
3.7.3 Infrared input provides a ground reference connection (-). For
optimum infrared signal transmission, this ground reference should
connect to the IFR-485 module being utilized.
3.7.3 The four (4) address strap pins are able to be connected to the
strap common. This provides 16 strapping configurations, allowing
up to 16 identical units to be individually controlled on a system.
3.8
Mating Connector Information
Model #
DVD-9101-101-1
DVD-9101-101-2
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Mating Connector
CBC25W3F140000 or equivalent
(Positronic Industries)
Size 8 Contacts: 110236 (x3) (PIC Wire & Cable)
5025W3SCK99A1OX Female Plug w/ male
jackscrews or equivalent
(American Conec Corporation)
Size 8 Contacts: 110236 (x3) (PIC Wire & Cable)
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Pinout Assignment and Descriptions
DVD-9101-101-x
Pin #
Description
1
+28 VDC Power Input
2
Circuit Ground
3
No Connect
4
RS-485 Serial Data Bus A (HI)
5
RS-485 Serial Data Bus B (LO)
6
RS-485 Serial Data Bus SHIELD
7
ID Common
8
ID 0
9
ID 1
10
ID 2
11
ID 3
12
Pause Input
13
Infrared Digital Input
14
AES3 Audio Output #1 +
15
AES3 Audio Output #1 –
16
AES3 Audio Output #1 SHIELD
17
AES3 Audio Output #2 +
18
AES3 Audio Output #2 19
AES3 Audio Output #2 SHIELD
20
AES3 Audio Output #3 +
21
AES3 Audio Output #3 22
AES3 Audio Output #3 SHIELD
A1
SD-SDI Video Output # 1
A2
SD-SDI Video Output # 2
A3
SD-SDI Video Output # 3
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3.10
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Post Installation Test
This section is designed to assist the user in determining whether the DVD
Player has been properly installed. First, before applying power, ensure
the unit is connected correctly, especially concerning Power and Ground
wiring. The audio signal output of the unit is generally connected to cabin
speaker systems in addition to headphone locations.
Verify all
connections before supplying power to the unit.
There are no ON/OFF controls on the unit so ensure that +28 VDC power
has been connected. Normally if power is not properly connected, the
front panel controls’ backlighting will not be illuminated and the player will
not respond to any commands. If power is properly connected, the AI logo
will appear on the monitor screen.
Activate monitors and speakers from the appropriate control panels.
Audio will be supplied through headphones and/or speakers per system
design. Make certain that the monitor(s) connected to the DVD Player are
on and functional.
Be certain to load the disc correctly—if the DVD has a sticker, it
should be loaded with the sticker facing up! Gently push the into the
DVD slot. The DVD unit will accept the DVD and pull it inside.
Insert
Disc
Here
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The disc should begin loading, which will be indicated on the monitor
screen. If the disc does not start playing automatically after it has loaded,
then use the DVD player’s front panel buttons or the handheld remote
control unit to select PLAY. DVD material should appear on the
appropriate monitor. This material is usually a menu, but this may vary,
depending on individual DVD configuration. For CDs, the tracks should be
listed on the side of the screen. Audio should channel through the
speaker/headphone system.
If sound cannot be immediately heard through speakers or headphones, it
may be that the volume is too low and should be increased appropriately.
Note that there are no audio controls on the DVD-9101-101-x. Any
desired adjustments must be performed through other audio distribution
devices.
If power is interrupted (>200 msec) or power drops below +18 VDC while
a disc is playing, the player may shut down. If a DVD disc is in the player,
the unit will begin playback from the beginning of the disc automatically.
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Operation
4.1
Front Panel Controls
From left to right, the buttons are:
PLAY
REVERSE SKIP (top)
PAUSE
STOP
FORWARD SKIP (bottom)
EJECT
The next several pages detail the functions of these buttons.
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Typical Control Functions:
EJECT BUTTON
The Eject Button allows the user to eject the DVD. Pressing the Eject Button will
allow the user to gently pull the DVD out of the mechanism.
PLAY BUTTON
The Play Button allows the user to begin or resume normal Playback when the
DVD Player is in the following modes: Stop, Pause, Fast Forward, Fast Reverse,
Slow Forward, and Slow Reverse. See the following pages for details on these
modes.
In lieu of remote or RS-485 commands, the user can press and hold the Play
Button for approximately five (5) seconds to access the DVD media menu. The
Play Button acts also as an "Enter" button when selecting menu options.
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REVERSE SKIP BUTTON
During movie or audio play, press to skip to the beginning of the previous chapter
or CD track. Press and hold for approximately one (1) second to enter fast
reverse (x8) mode. Also used to navigate (as Left curser) in DVD media menu.
Press and hold for approximately five (5) seconds to navigate as Up curser in
DVD media menu.
REVERSE BUTTON (Not a front panel button. This feature is found on
Remotes and Data Bus-Connected Devices Only)
The Fast/Slow Reverse Button is functionally dependent on the current mode of
the DVD Player, and the media type being played.
DVD Video – Fast Reverse: This button is used during normal playback mode.
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Pressing the Reverse Button once will place the DVD Player in Fast Reverse
x2 Mode with no audio output.
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Pressing the Reverse Button a second time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Reverse x4 Mode with no audio output.
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Pressing the Reverse Button a third time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Reverse x8 Mode with no audio output.
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Pressing the Reverse Button a fourth time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Reverse x32 Mode with no audio output.
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Pressing the Reverse Button a fifth time will cycle the Fast Reverse Mode
back to Play.
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Pressing the Play Button will exit the current Fast Reverse Mode and return
the DVD Player to Normal Playback Mode.
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FORWARD SKIP BUTTON
DVD Video – Forward: During movie or audio play, press to skip to the
beginning of the next chapter or CD track. Press and hold for approximately one (1)
second to enter fast forward (x8) mode. Also used to navigate (as Right curser) in
DVD media menu. Press and hold for approximately five (5) seconds to navigate
as a Down curser in DVD media menu.
FORWARD BUTTON (Not a front panel button. This feature is found on
Remotes and Data Bus-Connected Devices Only)
The Forward Button is functionally dependent on the current mode of the DVD
Player, and the media type played.
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Pressing the Forward Button once will place the DVD Player in Fast Forward
x2 Mode.
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Pressing the Forward Button a second time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Forward x4 Mode.
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Pressing the Forward Button a third time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Forward x8 Mode.
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Pressing the Forward Button a fourth time will place the DVD Player in Fast
Forward x32 Mode.
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Pressing the Forward Button a fifth time will cycle the Fast Forward Mode
back to Fast Forward x2.
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Pressing the Play Button will exit the current Fast Forward Mode and return
the DVD Player to Normal Playback Mode.
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PAUSE BUTTON
DVD Video – Pause: Press the Pause Button once to place the DVD Player in
PAUSE Mode. Several functions become available when the DVD Player is in
PAUSE mode:
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The User can enter Slow Reverse Mode by pressing the Reverse Button.
(Not a front panel option. This function is accessible by Remotes and Data
Bus-Connected Devices Only)
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The User can enter Slow Forward Mode by pressing the Forward Button.
(Not a front panel option. This function is accessible by Remotes and Data
Bus-Connected Devices Only)
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The User can Step through the video by repeatedly pressing the Pause
Button.
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Normal Playback can be resumed by pressing the Play Button.
DVD Audio/Audio CD/MP3 CD:
Press the Pause Button once to place the DVD Player in Pause
Mode.
Normal Playback can be resumed by pressing either the Pause
Button or the Play Button.
STOP BUTTON
Press the Stop Button during playback to place the DVD Player in Hold Mode.
Pressing the Play Button at this point will resume playback from the Held point.
In lieu of remote or RS-485 commands, the user can press and hold the Stop
Button for approximately five (5) seconds to access the DVD Player setup menu.
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Supported RS-485 and IR Commands
EJECT
This Button functions exactly as the front panel EJECT button: The Eject Button allows
the user to eject the DVD. Pressing the Eject Button will allow the user to gently pull the
DVD out of the mechanism.
SETUP
The SETUP Button toggles display of the Setup Menu, which allows the user to access
or modify various settings. Use the navigation buttons to advance through the available
settings:
GENERAL SETUP
- Angle Mark: Can be turned on or off. When this feature is turned on, an angle
mark display appears on the screen for scenes that were shot at different angles.
- OSD Language: Select the language that the OSD setup screens are displayed
in.
SPEAKER SETUP
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Downmix: Selects the downmix mode of the audio outputs.
settings are available:
Lt / Rt – Switch downmix to 4 channel output.
Stereo – Switch downmix to 2 channel output.
Off – Disable downmix.
Center: Turn center speaker on/off
Rear: Turn rear speakers on/off
SubWoofer: Turn subwoofer on/off
Center Delay: Adjust center speaker delay.
Rear Delay: Adjust rear speaker delay.
Bass: Turn bass boast on/off.
The following
AUDIO SETUP
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OP Mode: Sets audio compression level.
Line Out – Normal audio compression. Allows scaling of compression
level.
RF Remod – Heavy compression setting. No scaling allowed.
Compression: Sets the compression level when in Line Out OP Mode.
Pro Logic: Enables / disables Pro Logic mode.
PLAY MODE SELECTION
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Shuffle: Turns shuffle mode on/off.
Repeat: Turns repeat mode on/off.
Scan: Turns scan mode on/off.
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PREFERENCES
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TV Display: The User can choose to display the video they are watching in one
of the following aspect ratios:
Wide (16:9) – Displays video using a 16:9 aspect ratio recommended for
widescreen TVs.
Normal / LB (4:3) – Displays video using a 4:3 aspect ratio in the letterbox
format.
Normal / PS (4:3) – Displays video using 4:3 aspect ratio in the pan &
scan format.
Audio: This option allows the user to change the preferred audio language if
available on the DVD.
Subtitle: This option allows the user to change the preferred displayed subtitle if
available on the DVD.
Disc Menu: This option allows the user to change the preferred DVD menu
language if available on the DVD.
Locale: The parental definition is dependent on the country setting. Therefore
“Locale” specifies the end user market.
Parental: Set movie rating lock-out level. Default password is “3308”.
Password: Allows the Parental password to be changed.
Defaults: Reset to system default settings.
System Info: Provides system information.
SUBTITLE ON/OFF
Press to access the Subtitle Menu. Cycle through available subtitles with the
NAVIGATION Buttons. Press SUBTITLE ON/OFF to exit. Note: Subtitles are available
only on certain DVD Videos.
DISPLAY
Press to display the elapsed / remaining track time and / or the elapsed / remaining disc
time, depending on the media.
MENU
Press to display the menu of the current DVD Video or Audio Disc. On some DVDs,
pressing MENU a second time will return to normal playback.
NAVIGATION ARROWS
Use the four directional buttons (Up Arrow, Down Arrow, Left Arrow, and Right Arrow) to
guide through menu options.
RETURN
Move up a level in the disc menu. The availability of this function is DVD dependent.
ENTER
The ENTER button allows the user to apply changes to the current playback and overall
functionality when choosing disc menu and/or player setup selections.
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AUDIO LANGUAGE SELECT
This option allows the User to change the preferred audio language if available on the
DVD.
SEARCH PREV (REW)
During movie or audio play, press to “scan” backward through media. Material will scan
while the button is held, and, depending on media, video input will be available.
SKIP PREVIOUS (PREV)
During movie or audio play, press to skip to the beginning of the previous chapter or CD
track. The SKIP PREVIOUS Button is functionally dependent on the current mode of
the DVD Player, and the media type being played.
SEARCH FORWARD (FFWD)
During movie or audio play, press to “scan” forward through video and/or audio material.
Material will scan while the button is held, and, depending on media, video input will be
available.
SKIP FORWARD (NEXT)
During movie or audio play, press to skip to the beginning of the next chapter or CD
track. The SKIP FORWARD Button is functionally dependent on the current mode of
the DVD Player, and the media type played.
PAUSE/STEP
Press the PAUSE Button once to place the DVD Player in Pause Mode. Repeated
presses cause the DVD to enter STEP mode.
PLAY
The PLAY Button allows the user to begin or resume normal Playback when the DVD
Player is in the following modes: Stop, Pause, Fast Forward, Fast Reverse, Slow
Forward, and Slow Reverse.
STOP
Press the STOP Button once during playback to place the DVD Player in Hold Mode.
Pressing PLAY at this point will resume playback from the Held point.
RANDOM
Press to play chapters or tracks in random order. Press again to exit Random Mode.
SLOW
Pressing this button plays material at ½, ¼, or ⅛ normal speed.
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REPEAT
Repeat Mode allows the User to repeat designated segments of media. Use the
NAVIGATION Buttons to cycle through the available Repeat Modes. Select “Off” to exit
the current Repeat Mode.
- Repeat Chapter: The DVD-9101-101-x will repeat the current chapter until the
User exits Repeat Chapter Mode.
- Repeat Title: The DVD-9101-101-x will repeat the current title until the User exits
Repeat Title Mode.
- Repeat Disc: The DVD-9101-101-x will repeat the disc until the User exits
Repeat Disc Mode.
A-B REPEAT
Use to continuously repeat all material between two points in time (designated A and B).
NUMBER KEYS 0-9, 10
The NUMBER Buttons allow the User to enter Title/Track/Chapter numbers in the
respective Search Box. The NUMBER Buttons also allow the User to enter a Parental
Lockout Password. Typically, to enter numbers of 2-digit length or longer, the user
needs only to type the number as it appears (e.g. for 43, the user would type the “4”
button followed by the “3” button). Some older remotes allow only one number entry
and come equipped with a “10” button, which, when pressed, adds 10 to the number
key pressed. For example, entering 21 would require the user to press the “10” key
twice and then the “1” button.
ANGLE
Allows user to cycle through different angle scenes if available on DVD.
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5.0
DVD-9101-101-x Installation & Operation Manual
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
In addition to the cautions and warnings provided in Section 3.3, the following
guidelines and instructions will help ensure proper functionality and performance
from the DVD-9101-101-x
5.1
Recommended Cleaning Method
DVD-9101-101-x should be cleaned routinely at least once every three
months to ensure proper functionality. Use a standard DVD cleaning disc
(not included with the DVD-9101-101-x) and follow the listed directions.
5.2
General Troubleshooting Procedures
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•
•
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•
Verify +28 VDC power is applied to the proper pins on the unit. Use a
voltmeter to verify correct level.
Reset by removing power from the unit for at least one (1) minute and
reapply power.
Recheck all connections to the unit for security and all harness runs for
possible pinching. Recheck all pinouts for application accuracy.
Utilizing a voltmeter, oscilloscope, or other voltage instrument, verify
proper input voltage on the data bus pins to check data bus integrity.
Typical measurements are as follows:
A to Ground : 4.0 to 4.5 VDC
B to Ground : 0.1 to 0.2 VDC
If any device is transmitting (i.e., holding bus active), then these typical
measurements would be reversed for the A-to-Ground and B-toGround measurements. This troubleshooting tool can help indicate a
data bus lockup. If this occurs, remove the data bus from all other
equipment one piece at a time. As each is removed, check the bus
status to see if it is now functioning properly. Once you have removed
the piece or pieces of offending equipment, disconnect power and then
reconnect everything but the suspect component, reapply power and
test the functionality of the unit.
The RS-485 data bus is a bi-directional bus that does not have a ‘bus
controller’. The bus uses a differential digital signal that will transmit
only when commands are entered via switch selection or other system
synchronizing commands. The “A” leg of the bus is HI and the “B” leg
LO.
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5.3
DVD-9101-101-x Installation & Operation Manual
Troubleshooting Chart
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
¾
Unit is improperly
installed
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Verify +28 VDC power and video
input is present
¾
No disc in source unit
•
Insert DVD in source unit
¾
¾
No power to Monitor
Unit is improperly
installed
•
•
Apply power to Monitor
Verify +28 VDC power and audio
input is present
¾
Audio system not
powered or active
•
Verify audio system is in active
mode
¾
Volume too low
•
¾
Disc not in the unit
•
Increase volume to acceptable
level
Insert a disc
¾
Disc upside down or not
aligned in guide
•
Reposition disc
¾
Incompatible disc in unit
•
Replace disc with compatible one
¾
Dirty Disc
•
Clean the disc
¾
Parental lock activated
•
Change or cancel parental lock
feature
No power
¾
¾
•
•
Exit the current menu
Reset circuit breaker
Poor video quality
¾
Menu on the monitor
Circuit breaker has
opened
Poor DVD quality
•
Replace DVD
Noise being introduced
into system
Moisture may have
condensed inside unit.
•
Foreign object in disc slot
•
Move source equipment closer to
monitor or distribution modules
Allow unit to warm to room
temperature and moisture has
evaporated.
Remove foreign object
No picture
No sound
Playback not
functioning
¾
Buttons not operating
¾
DVD disc cannot be
loaded
¾
5.4
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Airworthiness Limitations
No periodic scheduled maintenance or calibration is required for continued
airworthiness of the DVD-9101-101-x. If the unit fails to perform to
specifications, it must be removed and serviced by a qualified service
facility
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6.0
DVD-9101-101-x Installation & Operation Manual
Specifications
Physical Specifications—Base Unit
Housing
Weight
Dimensions*
(l x w x h)
Anodized Aluminum
Approx. 2.64 lb / 1.2 kg
9.95" x 6.10" x 2.09"
25.3 cm x 15.5 cm x 5.3 cm
* Dimensions provided are for the base unit, DVD-9101-101-x.
include cover bezel information.
7.0
They do not
Reference Drawings
7.1
The following diagrams show the unit dimensions, mounting locations, and
connector locations for the DVD-9101-101-x. Cover bezel not depicted.
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