Wohler RMQ-200-SD User guide

Wohler RMQ-200-SD User guide
RMQ Series
• RMQ-230-3G
• RMQ-200-3G
• RMQ-170-3G
• RMQ-230-SD
• RMQ-200-SD
• RMQ-170-SD
• RMQ-230-A
• RMQ-200-A
• RMQ-170-A
Quad-Split, LCD, Multi-Viewer Audio/
Video Monitors
User Guide
Part Number 821097, Revision A
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RMQ Series
Introduction
Overview
The RMQ Series quad split, LCD video monitors are high-performance,
professional LCD monitors that support advanced 10-bit digital
processing technology and also 3D comb filter and de-interlace,
accurate scaling engine, GAMMA correction and color temperature
adjustment to achieve the best possible image display.
The RMQ Series supports 4-channel 3G/HD/SD-SDI/CVBS signal and
a single HDMI signal input. They can simultaneously display four
signal inputs, with three typical display modes including one full
screen display, one big-with-three small screen displays and four
uniform size screen displays.
Topics
Topics
Introduction
Page
1
Safety
2
Installation Recommendations
3
Unpacking and Installation
4
Features
6
Front Panel Features
7
Rear Panel Features
10
Using the OSD Menu
13
Specifications
24
Technical Function Overview
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Safety
Safety
Important Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT:
1.
Read, keep, and follow all of these instructions; heed all warnings.
2.
Do not use this equipment near water, rain or moisture.
3.
Use only a dry cloth to clean the equipment.
4.
Do not install near any heat source such as a radiator, heat register,
amplifier, or stove.
5.
Do not attempt to plug the unit into a two-blade outlet (with only
two prongs of equal width).
By design, these monitors will only plug into a three-prong outlet for
your safety. If the plug does not fit into your outlet, contact an
electrician to replace the obsolete outlet.
6.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched,
particularly at plug’s source on the equipment and at the socket.
7.
Use only the attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
8.
Unplug the equipment during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
9.
Use of a cart is neither recommended nor approved by Wohler.
10. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing will be
required under all of the following conditions:
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The equipment has been damaged in any way, such as when
the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
•
Objects have fallen onto the equipment; or the equipment has
been exposed to rain or moisture, or liquid has been spilled
onto the equipment.
•
The equipment does not operate normally.
•
The equipment has been dropped.
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Safety Symbols
WARNING:
The symbol to the left warns of electric shock hazard inside the unit.
Disconnect the power cord before removing access panels when
installing upgrades. Only qualified service personnel are to operate the
equipment with covers removed, and are to exercise caution to avoid
personal injury.
Installation Recommendations
Heat Dissipation
The ambient temperature around the unit should not exceed 40°
Celsius (104° Fahrenheit). Allow plenty of space around the unit for air
circulation.
Mounting/Bracing
Stands for desktop mounting are provided. The fixed desktop stand
resists tipping over. The adjustable stand may need bracing when
raised to its higher positions.
Wall mounting kits (not provided) are available for semi-permanent
installations. Ensure that the lock hardware will resist movement from
mobile vehicles or seismic vibrations.
Connections and Cable Recommendations
We recommend that you limit the length of the cables that you use for
feeding HD-SDI signals sources to the HD-SDI inputs of the RMQ
Series units and that you use a Belden 1694A cable (or equivalent). The
HD-SDI inputs (IN1 and IN4) can be up to 150 meters (492 feet) in
length for 1.5 Gbps (HD), more for 270 Mbps (SD) and less for 3Gbps.
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Unpacking and Installation
Note:
HDMI 1.3 or 1.4 cable lengths of 2m (6 feet) are guaranteed
to work well. Four meters (12 feet) lengths of high quality
cable should work well enough, but is not guaranteed for all
situations. Longer HDMI cables often degrade signal
quality. Active extender transmitter/receiver pairs can be
used to cover long distances.
Electrical Interference
Be careful to properly terminate/ground signals and avoid
mismatched cable types and other similar causes of undesired
reflections in digital signal systems. If severe enough, such reflections
can result in corruption of the digital data stream. As with any audio
equipment, maximum immunity from electrical interference requires
the use of shielded cable. The internal circuitry ground is connected to
the chassis.
Power
The unit comes with a standard 19VDC/4.7 A external power adapter
and connects an A/C mains power source (65W, 100 to 240 VAC, 50/
60Hz) through the IEC connector provided on the power adapter.
When the mains plug or appliance coupler is used as the disconnect
device, the disconnect device connection should remain accessible to be
operable.
Unpacking and Installation
Contents
While unpacking the components, verify that none of the components
are damaged.
Also verify that the box contains all of the following:
• Monitor
• Base
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• Base board with screws
• Adapter (19V)
• Power cord
• User guide CDROM
• Warranty card
Mounting
The RMQ Series monitor comes standard with two table top stands:
one fixed and one adjustable.
Alternatively, you can order the rack mount kit separately.
Refer to Figure 1–1 on page 5 while installing the fixed base onto the
monitor. Refer to the instructions included with other mounts when
used.
Figure 1–1
RMQ Fixed Base Installation
M4 Screws
After
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1.
Install the base to the monitor.
2.
Place the monitor on a solid static-free surface.
3.
Connect the power cord to the rear panel of the monitor and to
mains power.
4.
Connect the signal inputs to the rear panel.
5.
Press the Power switch (DC IN) on the rear panel of the monitor.
Features
The RMQ Series monitors provide the following features:
• 178° viewing angle
• Multi-format analog and digital audio signals
• Four of 5 input signals (4 x SDI/CVBS, 1 x HDMI)
• Adjustment of the parameters for each channel
• High-quality waveform or vector monitoring (for CH1 and CH3 in
quad view)
• Embedded SDI or stereo analog audio through speakers or
headphones
• Audio bar graph meters, up to sixteen
• Stereo analog audio line output of selected channel
• Area, safety, and center markers
• Closed captions for CVBS
• Pre-set or user-adjustable color temperature per channel
• Time code for SD-SDI in ANC-packet form
• Dynamic OSD/IMD tally
• HDMI output for a larger display
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Front Panel Features
Front Panel Features
The following feature descriptions refer to Figure 1–2 below.
Figure 1–2
RMQ Front Panel
Level Meters
In-Monitor
Display (IMD)
Timecode
Status
Headphones
Channels 1 thru 4
Menu Enter
Quad View
Power
HDMI DVI In
LED
F1/Down & F2/Up
Power On/Off
• Status: The status is displayed in the upper left corner of each
window, and includes the input channel number and signal format.
Operation is defined in the OSD CONFIG FORMAT DISPLAY menu.
• Level Meters: Displays up to 16 channels, 8 on the left and 8 on the
right. Define the meters setup in the AUDIO CONFIG AUDIO
SOURCE and METER DISPLAY menu options.
• IMD: The 16 characters of the in-monitor display (IMD) can be
displayed in red, green, yellow, or white. OSD CONFIG IMD
DISPLAY, IMD COLOR, and IMD CHAR define the static operation.
The second page of OSD CONFIG defines the dynamic IMD and
OSD tally operations.
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• Timecode: The display format for the timecode is HH: MM: SS: FF.
In the event no timecode is available, the monitor will display
--:--:--:--. Time code is currently available for SD-SDI ANCpacketized only.
• Headphones: This 1/8” jack receives a standard mini-headphones
plug and provides stereo audio. Inserting a plug here, wired or not,
will mute the speakers.
• Channels 1 thru 4: Pressing each of these buttons displays one full
screen with the input signal connected to the corresponding input
on the rear panel. See Specifications on page 24 for available input
types. The audio source (as defined for that channel’s AUDIO
CONFIG menu) will follow the last selected video channel with
these buttons. The menus’ channel number also follows the last
channel button pressed.
• QUAD: Pressing this button toggles between quad view (shown in
Figure 1–4 on page 10) and one-big-and-three-small (as shown in
Figure 1–2 on page 7). See also Figure 1–3 below for screen
identification.
Figure 1–3
Screen Identification
2
Screen 1
Screen 3
Screen 1
Screen 2
Screen 4
Quad View
3
4
One-Big-with-Three-Small View
• DVI (HDMI In): Pressing this button toggles between HDMI and
NONE. Set this button to HDMI when you want to display a HDMI
input, and set it to NONE when you want SDI input. This control
only functions for Channel 1. HDMI jack is provided. DVI-D input
requires an adapter (not provided).
• Menu: Pressing this button displays the on-screen display (OSD)
Menu. Press MENU again to revert one menu level or exit out of
MENU mode.
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• F1/Up and F2/Down: After pressing the MENU button, press Up or
Down to move within submenus. When not in MENU mode, F1
and F2 are programmable hot keys. Refer to User Config Menu on
page 18 for details.
• ENTER: After pressing the MENU button, pressing this button
selects the current menu or menu option. Changes are previewed,
but not saved, until you press the ENTER button again.
When the OSD Menu is not displayed, you can press the ENTER
button to quickly adjust the following parameters.
•
VOLUME:
Adjusts the volume from 0 to 30.
•
BRIGHTNESS:
Adjusts the video brightness from 0 to 100,
where 50 is the typical value.
•
CONTRAST:
•
CHROMA:
Adjusts the image contrast from 0 to 100, where
50 is the typical value.
Adjusts the color saturation from 0 to 100, where
50 is the typical value.
• Power LED: Lights red in standby mode and green when on.
• POWER On/Off: Toggles the monitor to on or standby mode.
• Waveform/Vector: (Figure 1–4 on page 10) In quad screen view,
Screen 2 displays the waveform or vector for Screen 1 and Screen 4
displays the waveform or vector for Screen 3.
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Figure 1–4
RMQ Waveform/Vector Display
Vector or
Waveform
Displays
Rear Panel Features
The descriptions of the rear panel connectors refer to Figure 1–5 below
and Figure 1–6 and Figure 1–8 on page 12.
Figure 1–5
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Figure 1–6
RMQ Rear Panel - Left
• DC IN (jack): Accepts included power plug from an adapter.
• Power (Rocker Switch): Toggles power to the monitor on or off.
• RS485 Ports (2 RJ-45): Input and output connectors for external
control. Refer to Figure 1–7 and Table 1–1 on page 11 for details.
Figure 1–7
Table 1–1
Pin
1, 2
3
4
5
6
7, 8
RS485 RJ45 Connector Pin Map
RS485 Pin Out
RS485 In Terminal Signal
GND
TxRx+
RxTx+
NC
RS485 Out Terminal
Signal
GND
TxRx+
RxTx+
NC
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• Tally (DB-9 F): Tally input.
• Audio Inputs (8 RCA) and Outputs (2 RCA): Each input pair
(one for each channel) accepts standard analog audio. Output is
from last (video) channel selected as heard from the speakers/
headphones.
Figure 1–8
RMQ Rear Panel - Right
SDI/CVBS Video Inputs (4 BNC) and SDI Outputs (4 BNC): Only
SDI video, buffered from SDI inputs, is output. No analog to digital or
digital to analog conversion is available at this time.
HDMI IN: Alternate input for Channel 1. Accepts HDMI and DVI-D
video (adapter required). No audio is available from this input.
HDMI OUT: Sends the main display image, minus menus, to an
external monitor.
Ethernet (RJ-45): Network interface for upgrades—reserved for
future use.
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Using the OSD Menu
Using the OSD Menu
Configuring the RMQ Series monitors is accomplished in the OSD
MENU. Each of the menus in the OSD MENU is explained below.
1.
Press the MENU button to display the menu.
2.
Use the Up and Down buttons to navigate through the seven
sub-menu icons.
3.
Press the ENTER button to move into the parameter selections in
the chosen sub-menu. The submenus are:
•
STATUS (Read-only; CH indicates the channel being
•
COLOR TEMP
•
MARKER
•
AUDIO CONFIG
•
USER CONFIG
•
OSD CONFIG
configured)
1)
2)
Page 1: IMD DISPLAY
Page 2: IMD PROTOCOL
4.
Use the Up or Down buttons to cycle through the sub-menus and
sub-menu selections.
5.
When the desired option is highlighted, press the ENTER button to
select it.
6.
Use the Up or Down buttons to adjust the parameter value up or
down, make a selection, or turn a function on or off.
7.
Press the ENTER button to save the parameter change and return
to the sub-menu level.
Press the MENU button to back out of a parameter or sub-menu. Press
the MENU button again to remove the menu from the screen.
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Status Menu
Note that none of the options displayed on the STATUS menu are
editable.
Table 1–2
Parameters
Status Menu
Default
Value
Domain Range
CH (Channel)
COLOR TEMP
ASPECT MODE
SCAN MODE
IP ADDRESS
SUBNET MASK
Display only; Non-selectable. The values vary
depending on input signal type and
configuration settings.
SERIAL NO.
MODEL
Color Temp Menu
Important:
To modify the options in the COLOR TEMP menu, COLOR TEMP must be set to
USER.
Table 1–3
Parameters
Color Temp Menu
Default
Value
Domain Range
Selects the color temperature that
will become the basis for
adjustments where:
• D93 = 9300K
COLOR TEMP
D65
• D65 = 6500K
• D56 = 5600K
• USER (Enables the rest of the
options)
RED GAIN
GREEN GAIN
BLUE GAIN
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Color Temp Menu (Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
RED BIAS
Factory
Calibrated
GREEN BIAS
BLUE BIAS
Domain Range
0 to 63
Resets gain and bias to their factory defaults.
RESET
Marker Menu
Important:
MARKER is disabled when SCAN mode is NATIVE, or when the input signal is
DVI or VGA.
Table 1–4
Marker Menu
Parameters
Default
Value
Domain Range
Select the area marker aspect ratio
according to the display aspect only
when the aspect ratio is 16:9.
• OFF: turns area marker off
• 4:3
AREA MARKER
16:9
• 13:9
• 14:9
• 15:9
• 16:9
• 1.85:1
• 2.35:1
CENTER MARKER
ON
ON (enabled) or OFF (disabled)
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Table 1–4
Marker Menu (Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
Domain Range
Setting the picture safe area size
marker for the aspect ratio
(determined by the button to which
the aspect function is assigned) and
scan control, where:
SAFETY MARKER
OFF
•
OFF
•
80%
•
85%
• 88%
• 90%
• 93%
•
95%
Sets the luminance (white level or
brightness) to display safety, center,
and area marker line, where:
MARKER LEVEL
1
• 1 = 100%
• 2 = 75%
• 3 = 50%
Sets the area marker mat
transparency, where:
MARKER MAT
OFF
• OFF = Normal background, use
line for area marker edge only
• HALF = 50% Background
brightness
• BLACK = Black
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Audio Config Menu
The menu sets up the audio sources for each channel according to the
last CH 1 to CH 4 button pressed. Speakers and the analog Audio
Output follow CH 1 to CH 4 selections accordingly.
Table 1–5
Parameters
Audio Config Menu
Default
Value
Domain Range
Used to select the audio source
type, where:
• OFF = Disables audio source
AUDIO SRC
SPEAKER L
NONE
• EXT = Analog audio Inputs CH1
to CH4 selected
• EBD = Embed audio (only for
SDI inputs)
Select embedded audio for the left
speaker/headphone, line output:
CH1
• OFF
• CH1 thru CH16
Select embedded audio for the right
speaker/headphone, line output:
SPEAKER R
CH2
• OFF
• CH1 thru CH16
Select the audio meters to display
(divided evenly between the left
and right sides of the monitor:
• OFF
• 2CH
• 4CH
METER DIS
16CH
• 6CH
• 8CH
• 10CH
• 12CH
• 14CH
• 16CH
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Parameters
Audio Config Menu (Continued)
Default
Value
ACTIVE ONLY
OFF
REF LEVEL
-20DB
Domain Range
Control the audio level meter with
the audio source:
ON (enabled) or OFF (disabled)
Select the reference level:
-20DB or -18DB
Select the overload level:
• -10DB
OVER LEVEL
-10DB
• -8DB
• -6DB
• -4DB
• -2DB
User Config Menu
Table 1–6
Parameters
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Value
BACKLIGHT
N/A
LANGUAGE
english
PHASE
50
APERTURE
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Select the backlight brightness:
0 through 30
Select the language for the menu:
• ENGLISH
• CHINESE
Select the hue/tint adjustment
when the video is analog in NTSC
format:
0 through 100
Select the image sharpness:
0 through 32
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Table 1–6
Parameters
User Config Menu (Continued)
Default
Value
Domain Range
Select the function to assign to the
function button:
F1 BUTTON
Marker
•
MARKER
• AUD METER
• WAVEFORM
• NATIVE
• BLUE ONLY
• MONO
F2 BUTTON
AUD
METER
• SCAN MODE: Enables or
disables display.
• ASPECT MODE: Toggles
between 4:3 and 16:9 scaling to
match input.
• H/V DELAY
LAYOUT 2 MODE
16:9
LOCK NUMBER
N/A
• UNDEF (none)
Select the aspect ratio when the
display has one-big-with-threesmall screens:
16:9 or 4:3
Type in up to 16 characters to set a
password to unlock the function
buttons. Acceptable characters
include all letters, numbers, and
some symbols.
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OSD Config Menu
The OSD CONFIG menu has two pages: The IMD DISPLAY and the IMD
PROTOCOL.
OSD Display
Table 1–7
OSD Config Menu - IMD Display
Default
Value
Parameters
IMD DISPLAY
On
Domain Range
ON = Displays
OFF = Does not display
Select the color in which to display
the IMD text:
IMD COLOR
white
• RED
• GREEN
• YELLOW
IMD CHARACTER
TC DISPLAY
(Timecode)
WOHLER
on
• WHITE
The IMD text can contain up to 16
characters including all letters,
numbers, and some symbols.
ON = Displays SD-SDI ANC-VITC/
LTC.
OFF = Does not display.
Select the graph to display:
• OFF
WAVE FORM
off
• WAVE FORM
• VECTOR 75
• VECTOR 100
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LIMIT
0
Select the waveform overload limit:
0 through 100
WAVE UNDER
LIMIT
0
Select the waveform under limit:
0 through 100
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Table 1–7
Parameters
OSD Config Menu - IMD Display
Default
Value
Domain Range
Select to display the video
information:
FORMAT DISPLAY off
• OFF
• AUTO
• ON
This following feature is not currently available.
Select to display closed captions for
CVBS signals only:
• OFF
• CC1
• CC2
CC
off
• CC3
• CC4
•
TEXT1
• TEXT2
• TEXT3
• TEXT4
• XDS
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IMD Display
Table 1–8
OSD Config Menu - IMD Protocol
Default
Value
Parameters
Domain Range
Select the IMD protocol you want
to use:
• LOCAL
IMD PROTOCOL
Local
• UDP
• TSL3.1
• TSL4.0
• IMAGE VIDEO
IMD ID
0
Select the IMD ID:
0 through 255
IMD NAME (S/N)
N/A
The IMD serial number contains up
to 16 characters.
Select the communications baud
rate:
BAUD RATE
19200
• 9600
• 19200
• 38400
Select the OSD tally mode:
• RG: Red/Green
OSD TLY MODE
T1
• GR: Green only
• RGY: Red/Green/Yellow
• OFF: No tally light
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Using the OSD Menu
Table 1–8
Parameters
OSD Config Menu - IMD Protocol
Default
Value
Domain Range
Select the IMD tally mode:
• T1
• T2
• T1T2
IMD TLY MODE
T1
• T2T1
• T1• T2• T1T2• T2T1Select the tally source (For more
information about the tally DB-9
switch closure, refer to the
information about the rear panel in
Figure 1–6 on page 11.):
TLY SOURCE
Standard
• STANDARD
• IMAGE VIDEO HW
• IMAGE VIDEO 422
• STANDARD + IM422
• TSL
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RMQ Series
S p e c if i c a ti o n s
Specifications
The general specifications of the RMQ Series monitors are listed in
Table 1–9 below.
Table 1–9
RMQ Specifications
Specification
RMQ-230s
14.37” H x 21.85” W
Dimensions
x 6.26” D (
(including the
(365mm H x 555mm
fixed table stand)
W x 159mm D)
Shipping Weight 16 lbs. (7.26 kg)
LCD Dimension 23”
Aspect Ratio
4:3/16:9 (native)
Resolution
1920 H x 1080 V
Color Depth
16.7M, 24-bit
Viewing Angle
178° (H/V)
Brightness
250 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
RMQ-200s
RMQ-170s
13.0” x H x 19.0” W x
6.3” D
(330 mm H x 482 m
W x 159 mm D)
14.1 lbs. (6.41 kg)
20”
12.1” H x 17.2” W x
6.3” D
(308 mm H x 437 mm
W x 159 mm D)
12.1 lbs. (5.50 kg)
17”
1600 H x 900 V
1366 H x 768 V
350 cd/m2
Table 1–10 below lists the I/O specifications.
Table 1–10
RMQ Specifications
Specification
Video Inputs
Video Outputs
Audio Inputs
Audio Outputs
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• 4 BNCs: CVBS, 3G/HD/SD-SDI
(supports embedded audio)
• 1 DVI -D / HDMI: alternate IN1
1 HDMI: HDMI (1080p50 or 1080p60)
8 RCAs: Analog stereo for EXT sources
2 RCAs: Analog stereo (monitoring, same
as speakers)
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S p e ci f i c a t i o n s
Table 1–11 below distinguishes each of the RMQ models.
Table 1–11
RMQ Distinctions Among Each Model
Category
1080p: (60/59.94/50)
1080i: (60/59.94/50)
720p: (60/59.94/50)
1035i: (60/59.94)
480i: (60/59.94)
576i: (50)
PAL
NTSC
1080i: (60/59.94/50)
720p: (60/59.94/50)
1035i: (60/59.94)
480i: (60/59.94)
576i: (50)
PAL
NTSC
480i: (60/59.94)
576i: (50)
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC
3G-SDI
HD-SDI
SD-SDI
Analog
Note:
Specification
3G
HD
SD
A










1080sF will display as the equivalent 1080i rates listed
above.
Table 1–12 below lists the specifications for CVBS inputs.
Table 1–12
RMQ CVBS I/O Specifications
Specification
Signal Type
Signal Amplitude
Impedance
Return Loss
DC Offset
Frequency Response
Differential Gain
Differential Phase
RMQ Values
NTSC, PAL
1V peak-to-peak ±3 dB
75 
> 40 dB ±5 MHz
0V ±0.05 V
±0.2 dB to 5 MHz
< 1%
< 1.5°
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RMQ Series
Technical Function Overview
Table 1–13 below lists the specifications for SDI inputs.
Table 1–13
RMQ SDI Specifications
Specification
Signal Compliance
Connector
Impedance
Return Loss
Maximum Signal Level
Signal Amplitude
DC Offset
Overshoot
Total Jitter
Rise and Fall Time
RMQ Values
SMPTE 424M/425M-A, SMPTE 292M,
SMPTE 259M, SMPTE 297M (audio)
BNC per IEC 169-8
75 
>18 dB at 5 to 270 MHz
>15 dB at 270 MHz to 1.5 GHz
>10 dB up to 3 GHz
800 mV peak-to-peak, 10%
800 mV peak-to-peak, 10%
0 V ±0.5 V
<10%
<0.2 UI
3G (3Gb/s): <135 ps
HD (1.5 Gb/s): <270 ps
SD: <700 ps
Technical Function Overview
Figure 1–9 below illustrates the overall functionality of the RMQ Series
monitors.
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T e ch n ic a l F u n ct i o n O v e r vi e w
Figure 1–9
RMQ Block Diagram
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