Magni | AVM-510A | MM-410 Waveform/Vector Rasterizing Monitor AVM

MM-410 Waveform/Vector
Rasterizing Monitor
AVM-510A Series Automated
Video Monitors
Operator’s Manual
946-5500-00
November 2001
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2. Product Overview (MM-410)
MM-410 Waveform/Vector Rasterizing Monitor
The MM-410 Series monitors are dual standard (NTSC and PAL) and multi-format (Beta, MII, SVideo, EBU, GBR). Separate A and B input selections provide for easy transitions between composite
and component monitoring. The MM-410 loop through inputs can be configured for:
•
Two composite or one composite and one S-video
•
One composite and one 3-wire component
Simultaneous display of both A and B channels provides for easy camera timing and color matching
required when:
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Setting and balancing camera levels
•
Checking time base correctors
•
Assuring color fidelity and timing for editing
Magni’s patented raster technology with 10-bit signal processing provides accurate waveform and
vector displays on a standard color picture monitor. It allows viewing waveforms, with superior
display accuracy as the raster-based display is not subject to CRT errors.
Features include a unique split screen mode, providing picture, waveform, and vector on a single
display. You will appreciate the unique peak video over limit region identified in red. Other features,
like on-screen readouts of SC/H, phase, color frame indicator, and blanking graticule, make advanced
equipment setup easy for the experienced engineer. User friendly front panel control and 10 memory
pre-sets provide instant set-up recall such as composite parade of filters or component waveform
parade. Magnification and line select modes, enable viewing of VITS and a vertical blanking interval.
The MM-410 is a compact low-power design (1 RU) that fits the smallest editing suites or ENG vans.
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Product Overview (MM-410)
MM-410 Features
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•
Works in all standard 525 and 625 analog
formats: NTSC, PAL, SMPTE, EBU, Beta,
MII, S-video, GBR (RGB)
•
Automatically switches between 525 and 625
•
Waveform and vectors can be colored
separately
•
Displays waveform and vector together in
different colors
•
No distortion of display due to cathode ray
tube aging
•
No burn in from steady, bright displays
•
Waveform and vector images can be captured
and stored
•
Variable persistence as well as intensity
•
Captures transient events with its infinite
persistence feature
•
10 memories to store front panel and other
settings
•
•
Display picture, waveform and vector together
•
•
Input labels show selected format
Output display can be looped to several
monitors
View the picture while monitoring signal
measurements with Picture Guard
•
Maximum sweep rate of 0.1 µs/division
•
Displays VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code)
continuously
•
Displays SC/H Phase continuously
•
Parade display of component signal parts or
composite filters
•
Overlay two signals for comparison
•
Adjust two signals to match using a picture
display
•
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PAL graticule can be in volts or percent
•
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Vector rotation “scrolls”
Custom names for inputs, identifying the
signal source
•
Videotape waveforms and vectors
•
Horizontal position “scrolls” waveform in
magnified sweeps
•
Waveform turns red where amplitude exceeds
adjustable limits
Display captured waveforms and compare with
current waveform on one screen
Product Overview (MM-410)
MM-410 Front View
The following LEDs, indicators, buttons, switches (knobs) can be viewed from the front of the
MM-410 (see Figure 2-1).
NOTE: Some buttons on the front panel have two functions when used in conjunction
with the Blue (2nd) button.
MODE
MM-410
Waveform
Picture
Input
A
Wavefront/Vector Rasterizing Monitor
B
1
Vector
2
4
5
3
Display
Single
Alternate
Memory
Recall
Parade
6
VERTICAL
1
Vertical
Position
Position
V Mag
Filter
Split Screen
2
3
Luma
Chroma
Parade
MM-410
MODE
Waveform
Picture
VERTICAL
1
Position
Input
A
Wavefront/Vector Rasterizing Monitor
Vertical
Position
B
1
Vector
2
4
5
3
Display
Single
Alternate
Memory
Recall
6
Parade
Horizontal
Position
3
Luma
1H
V Mag
2
Filter
HORIZONTAL
Sweep
H Mag
MENU
Config
Vec. Phase
Msmt
2nd
2H
3H
Split Screen
2 Field
Field Sel
Line Sel
7
Var. Gain
8
9
Enter
Prev Mnu
Image
Grat
Clr Mnu
Chroma
Parade
Ext Ref
Memory
Recall
Ext Ref
10
HORIZONTAL
1H
Horizontal
Position
Sweep
H Mag
Vec. Phase
2 Field
Field Sel
Line Sel
Var. Gain
2H
3H
Ext Ref
Ext Ref
MENU
Config
Msmt
2nd
7
Memory
Recall
10
8
9
Enter
Prev Mnu
Image
Grat
Clr Mnu
MM-001
Figure 2-1. MM-410 Front View
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Product Overview (MM-410)
Power Switch
Powers the MM-410 on and off.
Mode Buttons
The Mode buttons and the Blue button determine what the monitor displays: Waveform, Vector,
Picture, or Memory Recall.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Input Button
This button lets you choose three signal inputs (Input A: only, Input B: only, or both Input A: and
Input B).
Input Signal LEDs
Two Input Signal LEDs (Input A: only, Input B: only, or both Input A: and Input B:) light in
conjunction with the three Input button selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Display Button
This button lets you choose between a Single, Alternate, or Parade view of component signals.
Display Button LEDs
Three Display LEDs (Single, Alternate, and Parade) light in conjunction with the three Display
button selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Vertical Position Knob and Buttons
The vertical section of the front panel includes four buttons and one knob: Position (Position),
Vertical Magnification (V Mag), Filter (Filter), and Split Screen (Split Screen), and a vertical
positioning knob for vertical control options.
Position LEDs
Three Position LEDs (1, 2, and 3) light in conjunction with the three Position buttons selections.
Filter LEDs
Three Filter LEDs (Luma, Chroma, and Parade) light in conjunction with the three Filter button
selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
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Product Overview (MM-410)
Horizontal Position Knob, LEDs, and Buttons
The horizontal section of the front panel includes six buttons and one knob: Line Select (Line Sel)
and Field Select (Field Sel), Sweep (Sweep) and Horizontal Magnification (H Mag), Vector Phase
(Vec. Phase), and Variable Gain (Var. Gain), and a horizontal positioning knob for horizontal
control options.
Sweep LEDs
Three Sweep LEDs (1H, 2H, and 2F) light in conjunction with the three Sweep button selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Rotary Switch (Knob)
The right knob is used to adjust the Vector Phase, Line Select, and Variable Gain functions of the
MM-410. It can also be used to select and adjust items in the menu options.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Menu Buttons
These buttons let you configure the MM-410 to fit your specific needs.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410 using the front panel buttons.
Blue Button Functions
Press the Blue button and then the button with the function outlined in a blue box. For example,
memories are recalled by pressing the Blue button and then the button with the number of the
memory outlined in blue.
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Product Overview (MM-410)
MM-410 Rear View
The following cable connectors can be viewed from the rear of the MM-410 (see Figure 2-2).
Legend
Connector
Function
1
RS-232
Lets you connect to a PC for system updates.
2
Picture monitor
outputs
These outputs (S-video and composite) are available for a picture
monitor display of a picture, waveforms, or signal status.
3
Composite (A)
One switchable loop-through composite input.
4
Composite (B),
CPST or G/Y
One switchable loop-through composite, CPST, or G/Y component
input.
5
CNPT (B)
One switchable loop-through B/B-Y component input.
6
CNPT (B)
One switchable loop-through R/R-Y component input.
7
Power
Line voltage power connector (ac input).
8
DC control
Lets you select any of the first four memories by grounding (earthing)
pins 1 through 4.
Refer to Chapter 4, “Installation,” for additional information on this
connector.
9
External reference
A composite analog external reference signal representing studio
reference timing.
:
S-video
(A or B)
One switchable loop-through S-video input. Can only be selected
using the Input menu options.
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VIDEO INPUTS
POWER
6
CPNT (B)
OUTPUTS
COMPUTER
RS232
S-VIDEO
DC CONTROL
CPST
CPST
ALARM
or G/Y
B/B-Y
R/R-Y
EXT REF
S-VIDEO (A or B)
PICTURE MONITOR
COMPOSITE (A)
COMPOSITE (B)
MM-002
7
8
9
10
Figure 2-2. MM-410 Rear View
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3. Product Overview (AVM-510A)
AVM-510A Series Automated Video Monitors
The Magni AVM-510A Series Automated Video Monitors (AVM-510A) are full-featured rasterizing
waveform monitors and vectorscopes with comprehensive measurement and error reporting
capabilities. Magni’s patented raster display technology provides bright and sharp waveform and
vector displays that resemble familiar CRT displays. All displays are routable so they can be viewed
anywhere in a facility and on existing picture monitors. All AVM-510A Series monitors are dual
standard (NTSC and PAL) and multi-format (Beta, MII, S-Video, EBU and GBR). The AVM-510A
also saves space by occupying only a single rack unit (1 RU).
The AVM-510A is an active monitoring system with reporting, alarming, and numerical readouts on
“Program Video” parameters. Automated Measurement sets provide graphic displays and numeric
readouts on program video and standard broadcastVertical Interval Test Signals (VITS) for simplified
QC and testing. In any “Out of Limit” condition, the system highlights the pertinent parameter in red,
activates a ground closure, and generates a report to a personal computer or printer with time code
(VITC) or real time/date stamp.
The AVM-510A Series is ideally suited for site monitoring and remote control from a personal
computer, or any other control system providing an RS-232 interface, over a Local Area Network
(LAN) or Wide Area Network (WAN). Magni’s Windows based LOGBOOK II software provides full
front panel control and easy viewing of bit maps of VITS, waveform/vector displays and measurement
screens.
AVM-510A Series Options
Two AVM-510A Series options are available:
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AVM-510A-T  adds a transmitter measurement set (Refer to Chapter 11)
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AVM-510A-C  adds component measurement sets and adds an SDM-550 interconnected
digital measurement set (Refer to Chaper 12)
For those facilities in transition to Serial Digital 601, Magni also offers the SDM-560 Series, an
innovative solution that builds on the AVM-510A analog platform. The SDM-560 provides Serial
Digital and Composite inputs in a single unit with the features of the AVM-510A Series and new
digital processing technologies.
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Product Overview (AVM-510A)
AVM-510A Features
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•
Works in all standard 525 and 625 analog
formats: NTSC, PAL, SMPTE, EBU, Beta,
MII, S-video, GBR (RGB)
•
Automatically switches between 525 and 625
•
Waveform and vectors can be colored
separately
•
Displays waveform and vector together in
different colors
•
No distortion of display due to cathode ray
tube aging
•
No burn in from steady, bright displays
•
Waveform and vector images can be captured
and stored
•
Variable persistence as well as intensity
•
Captures transient events with its infinite
persistence feature
•
10 memories to store front panel and other
settings
•
Display picture, waveform and vector together
•
Automatically measures signal parameters
with adjustable tolerance limits
•
Alarm output for out-of-tolerance conditions
•
View the picture while monitoring signal
measurements with Picture Guard
•
Maximum sweep rate of 0.1 µs/division
•
Displays VITC (Vertical Interval Time Code)
continuously
•
Displays SC/H Phase continuously
•
Parade display of component signal parts or
composite filters
•
Overlay two signals for comparison
•
Adjust two signals to match using a picture
display
•
•
Control theAVM from a remote computer
View waveforms remotely on a computer
Control up to 31 AVMs from one computer
•
•
•
Videotape waveforms and vectors
•
Display captured waveforms and compare with
current waveform on one screen
•
Display audio measurement with waveform
•
•
•
Stereo audio meters
Print waveforms and vectors directly to a
printer
Adjustable audio limit settings
•
Adjustable audio limit setting
•
Horizontal position “scrolls” waveform in
magnified sweeps
•
Vector rotation “scrolls”
•
Input labels show selected format
•
Custom names for inputs, identifying the
signal source
•
Remote control software can control other
devices, such as video switchers
•
PAL graticule can be in volts or percent
•
Output display can be looped to several
monitors
Waveform turns red where amplitude exceeds
adjustable limits
Product Overview (AVM-510A)
AVM-510A Front View
The following LEDs, indicators, buttons, switches (knobs) can be viewed from the front of the
AVM-510A (see Figure 3-1).
NOTE: Some buttons on the front panel have two functions when used in conjunction
with the Blue (2nd) button.
MODE
AVM-510A
Mix
Automated Video Monitor
Wfm
1
A
Picture
Input
2
B
3
Single
Vector
Memory
Recall
4
Auto
Meas
5
Display
Alternate
6
Parade
VERTICAL
1
Vertical
Position
2
3
Wfm
Pos
Mag
Filter
Split
Screen
Vector
Mag
Luma
Chroma
Parade
MODE
AVM-510A
VERTICAL
Wfm
1
A
Picture
2
Input
B
Single
Vector
Memory
Recall
4
Auto
Meas
5
Vertical
Position
2
3
3
Display
Alternate
6
Parade
MENU
HORIZONTAL
1
Mix
Automated Video Monitor
1H
Wfm
Pos
Mag
Vector Horizontal
Mag
Position
2H
3H
Sweep
Mag
Vector
Phase
2 Field
7
2nd
Con
fig
Mes
mnt
8
9
Entr
Prev
Mnu
Clr
Mnu
Image
Grat
Audio
Luma
Chroma
Filter
Split
Screen
Field
Select
Parade
Ext Ref
Line
Select
Var
Gain
Memory
Recall
Ext Ref
10
HORIZONTAL
1H
Horizontal
Position
2H
3H
Sweep
Field
Select
Ext Ref
Mag
Vector
Phase
Line
Select
Var
Gain
2 Field
Ext Ref
MENU
7
Memory
Recall
10
2nd
Con
fig
Mes
mnt
8
9
Entr
Prev
Mnu
Clr
Mnu
Image
Grat
Audio
AVM-001
Figure 3-1. AVM-510A Front View
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Product Overview (AVM-510A)
Power Switch
Powers the AVM-510A on and off.
Mode Buttons
The Mode buttons and the Blue button determine what the monitor displays: Wfm, Mix,Vector,
Picture, AutoMeas (Automeasure), or Memory Recall.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Input Button
This button lets you choose three signal inputs (Input A: only, Input B: only, or both Input A: and
Input B:).
Input Signal LEDs
Two Input Signal LEDs (Input A: only, Input B: only, or both Input A: and Input B:) light in
conjunction with the three Input button selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Display Button
This button lets you choose between a Single, Alternate, or Parade view of component signals.
Display Button LEDs
Three Display LEDs (Single, Alternate, and Parade) light in conjunction with the three Display
button selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Vertical Position Knob, LEDs, and Buttons
The vertical section of the front panel includes four buttons and one knob: Position (Wfm Pos),
Vertical Magnification (Mag), Filter (Filter), and Split Screen (Split Screen), and a vertical
positioning knob for vertical control options.
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Product Overview (AVM-510A)
Position LEDs
Three Position LEDs (1, 2, and 3) light in conjunction with the three Position button selections.
Filter LEDs
Three Filter LEDs (Luma, Chroma, and Parade) light in conjunction with the three Filter button
selections.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Horizontal Position Knob, LEDs, and Buttons
The horizontal section of the front panel includes six buttons and one knob: Line Select (Line
Select) and Field Select (Field Select), Sweep (Sweep) and Horizontal Magnification (Mag),
Vector Phase (Vector Phase), and Variable Gain (Var Gain), and a horizontal positioning knob for
horizontal control options.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Sweep LEDs
Three Sweep LEDs (1H, 2H, and 2F) light in conjunction with the three Sweep buttons selections.
Rotary Switch (Knob)
The right knob is used to adjust the Vector Phase, Line Select, andVariable Gain functions of the
AVM-510A. It can also be used to select and adjust items in the menu options.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Menu Buttons
These buttons let you configure the AVM-510A to fit your specific needs.
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Blue Button Functions
Press the Blue button and then the button with the function outlined in a blue box. For example,
memories are recalled by pressing the Blue button and then the button with the number of the
memory outlined in blue.
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Product Overview (AVM-510A)
AVM-510A Rear View
The following cable connectors can be viewed from the rear of the AVM-510A (see Figure 3-2).
Legend
Connector
Function
1
RS-232 computer
interface
A bi-directional communication interface that lets you control the
AVM-510A by way of ASCII control codes.
2
Picture monitor
outputs
These outputs (S-video and composite) are available for a picture
monitor display of a picture, waveforms, or signal status.
3
Analog Audio
inputs
Provides a fixed amplitude input through a 9-pin D-sub connector.
4
Composite (A)
One switchable loop-through composite input.
5
Composite (B),
CPST or G/Y
One switchable loop-through composite, CPST, or G/Y component
input.
6
CNPT (B)
One switchable loop-through B/B-Y component input.
7
CNPT (B)
One switchable loop-through R/R-Y component input.
8
Power
Line voltage power connector (ac input).
9
RS-232 modem
interface
A bi-directional communication interface to modem that lets you
control the AVM-510A over a standard telephone line.
:
DC control/ alarm
DC Control − Lets you select any of the first four memories by
grounding (earthing) pins 1 through 4.
Alarm − When enabled, after an alarm delay, this open collector output
(pin 5) goes to ground (earth) indicating an out-of-tolerance condition.
Refer to Chapter 4, “Installation,” for additional information on this
connector.
;
External Reference
A composite analog external reference signal representing studio
reference timing.
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S-video
(A or B)
One switchable loop-through S-video input. Can only be selected
using the Input menu options.
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ANALOG AUDIO
POWER
6
5
7
CPNT (B)
OUTPUTS
COMPUTER
RS232
DC CONTROL
S-VIDEO
CPST
or G/Y
B/B-Y
R/R-Y
INPUTS
CPST
MODEM
ALARM
EXT REF
S-VIDEO (A or B)
PICTURE MONITOR
COMPOSITE (A)
COMPOSITE (B)
AVM-002
8
9
10
11
12
Figure 3-2. AVM-510A Rear View
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4. Installation
Introduction
This chapter describes how to install the MM-410 Waveform/Vector Rasterizing Monitor (MM-410)
and the AVM-510A Series Automated Video Monitors (AVM-510A) and into a rack, how to connect
cables to them, and how to configure them for your specific needs.
Installing the MM-410/AVM-510A into a Rack
The MM-410/AVM-510A mounts into any industry-standard rack. To install either one:
1. Install the rack ears onto the MM-410/AVM-510A.
2. Insert the MM-410/AVM-510A into the rack and then secure it using the supplied screws.
3. Connect the supplied power cord to an ac power source and to the back of the MM-410/AVM510A.
CAUTION: The MM-410/AVM-510A produces very little heat and does not
need a lot of air space. However, installing it in between two devices that
produce a high amount of heat might cause overheating.
For optimal performance, keep the top cover airflow unrestricted.
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Installation
AVM-003
Figure 4-1. MM-410/AVM-510A Rack Installation (AVM-510A Shown)
Connecting Signal Input and Video Output Lines
Refer to Chapter 2, “Product Overview (MM-410) and Chapter 3, “Product Overview
(AVM-510A),” for detailed descriptions and the locations of the MM-410/AVM-510A
rear panel signal input and video output connectors.
Connecting Auxiliaries
The MM-410/AVM-510A has the following auxiliary connections:
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DC Control/Alarm
•
Analog Audio Inputs (AVM-510A)
•
RS-232 Computer (AVM-510A)
•
RS-232 Modem (AVM-510A)
Refer to Chapter 2, “Product Overview (MM-410) and Chapter 3, “Product Overview
(AVM-510A),” for detailed descriptions and the locations of the MM-410/AVM-510A
rear panel signal input connectors.
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DC Control
This 9-pin connector lets you select any of the first four front panel memory locations by grounding
(earthing) any one of the four pins (DC Control). An indication of the selection of one of the first three
memories is given by the grounding of three other pins (refer to the following table).
Pin
Description
1
Recall memory 1
2
Recall memory 2
3
Recall memory 3
4
Recall memory 4
5
Alarm out (AVM-510A)
6
Memory 1 out
7
Memory 2 out
8
Memory 3 out
9
Ground (earth)
Alarm (AVM-510A)
For the AVM-510A, pin 5 (alarm out) is dedicated to an alarm. Each time a screen shows an out-oftolorance condition, this pin goes to ground (earth) if MASTER ALARM is enabled and after a delay is
set in the MASTER ALARM DELAY menu option.
Analog Audio Inputs (AVM-510A)
Provides an input of 4 single-ended audio signals from selected inputs through a 9-pin D-sub
connector.
Pin Number
Description
1
Analog input 1+ (balanced)
2
Analog input 2+ (balanced)
3
Analog input 3+ (balanced)
4
Analog input 4+ (balanced)
5
Ground
6
Analog input 1- (balanced)
7
Analog input 2- (balanced)
8
Analog input 3- (balanced)
9
Analog input 4- (balanced)
Analog inputs 1 through 4 are two-wire inputs.
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RS-232 Computer (AVM-510A)
This is used for a direct connection to a computer. The computer can be running Logbook Software or
communication software to control the AVM-510A from a remote location.
RS-232 Modem (AVM-510A)
This is used for a direct connection to a modem or printer. When connected to a modem, the AVM510A can be controlled over telephone lines using a computer running Logbook Software. When
connected to a printer, waveforms and vectors can be printed to paper.
Configuring the Inputs
As you become familiar with the MM-410/AVM-510A you will learn how flexible it is. The MM410/AVM-510A lets you select a variety of settings to fit your specific needs. However, an important
thing to remember is the format of the three signal inputs: Input A:, Input B:, and an external reference
(see Figures 2-2 and 3-2). All inputs automatically switch between 525/60 and 625/50 formats.
•
Input A:  Single loop through composite (NTSC or PAL) input signal (CPST-1).
•
Input B:  Single loop through, configurable composite (NTSC or PAL), 3-wire component, or
S-video input signal (CPST-2, SMPTE/EBU, BETA, GBR (RGB), MII).
•
The external reference is a switchable loop-through composite 525/625 studio reference timing
input (optional).
You can select Input A:, Input B:, or both Input A: and Input B: using the Input button on the front
panel. You can also select an External Reference (Ext Ref) by pressing the Blue (2nd) button and
then the Field Sel button (Field Select for the AVM-510A).
Refer to Chapter 5, “Front Panel Operation,” for more information about configuring the
MM-410/AVM-510A using the front panel buttons.
Saving Settings in Memory
After you configure the MM-410/AVM-510A, you need to save it in memory. The following
procedure explains how to store an MM-410/AVM-510A configuration in a memory location using
the Config (Configure) menu.
1. Select the desired signal input by pressing the Input button or through the Config menu options.
2. Configure the MM-410/AVM-510A for a desired mode.
3. Using the Vertical and Horizontal Position knobs, center the display.
4. Press the Config button to access the Config menu.
5. Using the arrow buttons, select MEMORIES and then press the Enter button.
6. Using the Arrow buttons, select STORE MEMORY.
7. Using the knob, select the desired memory location (1 through 10).
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8. Press the Enter button to store that memory.
9. Press the Clr Mnu button to exit.
10. If you intend to view signals of several different formats, save them in other available memory
locations using steps 1 through 8.
NOTE: Settings for other formats or standards are also stored. For example, (1) the +V
SWITCH ON/OFF setting for PAL even when memory is stored for NTSC and (2) limit
settings for both standards are stored.
When a configuration is saved in a memory location, all MM-410/AVM-510A functions are
stored in that memory. This includes items that are not displayed. For example, a waveform and
measurement setup when a picture is displayed. For best results, recall a memory location,
make a modification, and then store the new settings in another memory location.
To recall any stored memory at any time, press the Blue (2nd) button and then one of the Memory
Recall buttons (for memories 1 through 10).
NOTE: You can also recall the first four memory locations through the ground closures of
the DC CONTROL/ALARM connector. (see Figures 2-2 and 3-2).
Refer to Chapter 6, “Operating the MM-410/AVM-510A,” for more information about
using the Config menu to save memory locations.
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