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RMT-170-HD
17-Inch High Definition Video Monitor
User Guide
Part Number 821688, Revision B
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Introduction
Overview
The RMT-170-HD monitor is an ideal solution for viewing many
different types of HD/SD (up to 1080i and 720p) or analog video and
computer input. By using a 1920 x 1200 TFT/LCD screen, a perfect
medium is reached in the scaling and interpolation process, providing
superb imaging regardless of video format.
This monitor comes with many in-monitor display features including
IMD, tally, time-code, closed captioning, format display, and area/title
safe.
The RM-170-HD also provides a host of audio tools including level
metering and built-in speaker monitoring of its dual stereo analog
inputs or SDI embedded audio.
Topics
Topics
Introduction
Page
1
Safety Instructions
2
Unpacking and Installation
3
Features
4
Specifications
6
Front Panel Features and Controls
11
Rear Panel Connectors
15
Using the OSD Menu
18
Using the Function (F) Keys
27
Technical Functional Overview
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Safety Instructions
IMPORTANT:
1.
Read, keep, and follow all of these instructions; heed all warnings.
2.
Do not use this equipment near water.
3.
Use only a dry cloth to clean the equipment.
4.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install only in accordance
with the instructions in the section entitled, “Unpacking and
Installation” on page 3.
5.
Do not install near any heat source such as a radiator, heat register,
amplifier, or stove.
6.
Do not expose the equipment to rain or moisture.
7.
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.
8.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched,
particularly at plug’s source on the equipment and at the socket.
9.
Use only the attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
10. Unplug the equipment during lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
11. 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.
•
Liquid had been spilled or objects have fallen onto the
equipment.
•
The equipment has been exposed to rain or moisture.
•
The equipment does not operate normally.
•
The equipment has been dropped.
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Unpacking and Installation
Unpacking and Installation
Contents
Unpack the RMT-170-HD Monitor and inspect for any apparent physical
damage that may have occurred in transit. In addition to the monitor, the
package should contain:
• An AC/DC power adapter,
• A power cord,
• A warranty card, and
• Either:
•
A table stand using M4 x 10mm screws, or
•
A rack-mount frame.
We recommend you retain the shipping carton for future use.
Installing the Monitor
1.
When installing a mount option, please place the monitor, face
down, on a a soft, non-scratch surface.
2.
Using the included M4x10mm screws, attach the table stand, rack
ears, or VESA-100 mount.
A.
B.
Table Top Installation
1)
Use the M4 x 10mm thumb screws, included with the
table stand, to attach the stand to the monitor’s VESA
mount.
2)
Adjust the vertical spring tensioning screw to support
the monitor's weight.
Rack Mount Installation: Use the flat head screws supplied
with the RMT-170 to Attach the rack ears.
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C.
Alternate Mounting Option: Alternate mountings can be
accommodated by the VESA-100 mounting plate (hardware
not supplied by Wohler).
3.
Place the RMT-170-HD in the required location for operation.
4.
Connect the required signals. For BNC connections use 75-rated
connectors.
5.
Connect the DC adapter plug to the back of the monitor and the other
end to power.
6.
Finally, press the power (toggle) switch located on the rear of the RMT170-HD above the power connection.
Compliance
FCC
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
IC-ECES-003
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
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Features
Features
The RMT-170-HD is a 17" multiple function TFT-LCD monitor with
1920 x 1200 screen resolution (14:9 native aspect). Interlaced signals
are processed by using a 3D comb filter and 3D de-interlacer. Analog
signals are internally digitized with a high quality 10-bit over
sampled analog to digital converter.
Video inputs are provided for serial digital interface (SDI, 2 inputs)
and DVI-I digital sources plus VGA (using DVI connector), component
(YPrPb), Y/C, and CVBS analog signals. In addition to sixteen channels
of SDI embedded audio, four channels of unbalanced analog audio
are accepted with unbalanced outputs available for two channels.
Up to four bar-graph audio meters per side can be superimposed on the
screen for A/V functionality. Two channels are also available for use
with internal speakers. The GPI style tri-color tally is provides red/
green/orange indication using an industry standard RJ45
connection.
• 1920 x 1200 screen resolution (14:9 native aspect)
• Monitors video from SDI, DVI-I, VGA, Component (YPrPb), Y/C,
and CVBS analog signals (high quality 10-bit over sampled analog to
a digital converter)
• Audio monitoring from internal speakers or headphones
• Tri-color tally light
• Closed-captioning for CVBS signals
• Two HD/SD-SDI inputs with selected channel loop out
• Four analog audio inputs, two analog audio outputs
• Eight audio meters, IMD and time code on screen display
• Built-in speakers with headphone mute
• Native pixel-to-pixel capability or standard scaling
• Audio decoding and display of up to eight channels of SDI
• Full gamma color calibration
• Displays embedded SDI timecode
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Specifications
Physical Specifications
Table 1–1 on page 6 lists the specifications for the RMT-170-HD
monitor.
Table 1–1
Monitor Specifications
Specifications
Power
Dimensions
(Without Stand or
Rack Ears)
Rack Height
Value/Domain
60 W, 100/230 V AC (50 to 60 Hz)
16.00” W x 12.13” H x 2.83” D
(414.5 mm x 308 mm x 71.8 mm)
7RU
2 HD/SD-SDI with loop through
1 Video: Component CVSB
1 Configurable Video: Y/C, YPbPr, Composite
Inputs
1 Configurable HDMI, VGA, DVI on DVI-I
4 Audio (RCA)
GPI on RJ45
RS485 with loop through
1 HD/SD-SDI Re-clocked active loop through
Outputs
2 Audio selected embedded or external audio
outputs
17” diagonal (14.46” H x 9.04” V
Active Viewing Area
(367.2 mm H x 229.5 mm V)
Resolution
1920 H x 1200 V
Pixel Pitch
0.191 mm x 0.191 mm
Pixel Response
<8 ms
Contrast
600:1
Color Depth
16.2 million
Brightness
400 cd/m2
Backlight
White CCFL
Backlight Life (hrs)
10,000
Color Temperature
D55, D65, D93
Viewing Angles
70° Left x 70° Right; 70° Up x 20° Down
Operating
32° F to 122° F
Temperature
(0° C to 50° C)
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S p e ci f i c a t i o n s
Input/Output Specifications
Table 1–2
Signal Inputs, Frame Rate, and Color Matrix
Signal Type
Overscan
Input
Output
NTSC
684x462
PAL
684x548
SECAM
684x548
NTCS-4.43
684x462
PAL-M
684x462
480I60
684x462
576I50
684x548
480P60
684x462
576P50
684x548
720P24/23.97
720P25
720P30/29.97
720P50
720P60/59.94
1035I60
1080I60/59.94
1080I50
1080P24/23.97
1080P25
1080P30/29.97
1080P50
1080P60
1080SF24/23.97
VGA
SVGA
XGA
SXGA
UXGA
WVGA
WXGA
WUXGA
1216x684
1216x684
1216x684
1216x684
1216x684
1824x984
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
1824x1026
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1920x1080
1600x1200
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Native
Input
Output
720x480
720x480
720x576
720x576
720x576
720x576
720x480
720x480
720x480
720x480
720x487
720x480
720x576
720x576
720x480
720x480
720x576
720x576
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1920x1035
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1280x720
1920x1035
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
1920x1080
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Full Normal
Input
Output
1366x768
(16:9),
720x480
1024x768
(4:3)
1366x768,
720x576
1024x768
1366x768,
720x576
1024x768
1366x768,
720x480
1024x768
1366x768,
720x480
1024x768
1366x768,
720x480
1024x768
1366x768,
720x576
1024x768
1366x768,
720x480
1024x768
1366x768,
720x576
1024x768
1280x720
1366x768
1280x720
1366x768
1280x720
1366x768
1280x720
1366x768
1280x720
1366x768
1920x1035 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
1920x1080 1366x768
640x480
1366x768
800x600
1366x768
1024x768
1366x768
1280x1024 1366x768
1600x1200 1366x768
800x480
1366x768
1366x768
1366x768
1920x1200 1366x768
Frame
Rate
Color
Matrix
60
601
50
601
50
601
60
601
60
601
60
601/709
50
601
60
601/709
50
709
48
50
30
50
60
60
60
50
48
50
60
50
60
48
60 - 75
60 - 75
60 - 75
60 - 75
60
60
60
60
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
709
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
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Table 1–3 below lists the signal formats that can be displayed on the
RMT-170e-HD.
Table 1–3
Format
Usable Input Signals
SDI
NTSC
—
PAL
—
SECAM
—
—
NTCS-4.43
—
PAL-M
4080I60
Yes
576I50
Yes
—
480P60
—
576P50
720P24/23.97
HDa
720P25
HD
720P30/29.97
HD
720P50
HD
720P60/59.94
HD
b
1035I60
HD
1080I60/59.94
HD
1080I50
HD
1080P24/23.97
HD
1080P25
HD
1080P30/29.97
HD
1080P50
—
1080P60/59.94
—
1080SF24/23.97 HD
VGA
—
SVGA
—
XGA
—
SXGA
—
UXGA
—
WUXGA
—
a
b
Vide
o
Y/C
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
YPbPr HDMI
DVI
VGA
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
All formats marked HD are only supported by the RMT-170e-HD model.
The unit supports 1035I60 but the status will indicate 1080I60 format.
The functionality of the front panel buttons varies depending on the input
terminal and/or the input signal type. The detailed corresponding
relationships are listed in Table 1–4 on page 9.
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Table 1–4
Button/Signal-Terminal Relationships
Input Signal
Function
Video/
Y/C
YPbPr
SD
YPbPr
HD
SD SDI
HD SDI
HDMI
DVI-D
VGA
Contrast
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Bright
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Chroma
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
NTSC
—
—
—
—
—
—
Phase
—
NTSC Setup
NTSC
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Compo Level
SMPTE
480I60a
SMPTE
SMPTE
SMPTE
SMPTE
—
—
Color Temp.
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Scan
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Full
Full
Aspect
Yes
Yes
—
Yes
—
SD/Yes
—
—
Marker
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
Blue Only
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
Mono
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
H/V Delay
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
Dot Phase
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
H Position
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
V Position
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Yes
Audio
Ext
Ext
Ext
Ext/Ebd
Ext/Ebd
Ext/Ebd
—
—
Time Code
—
—
—
Yes
Yes
—
—
—
UMD
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
Audio Meter
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
—
—
a
In the submenu of Menu Configuration Area, the Compo level function is adjustable only when the
signal format is Ypbpr: 480I60. For any other signal formats, its default format is SMPTE and can not be
adjusted.
Table 1–5
Function
SETUP
Y
Pb/Pr
SYNC
Y Signal Input Component Levels
Beta 7.5
SMPTE
Beta 0
53.37mV
0mV
0mV
714.29 mV
700.00 mV
714.30 mV
Peak Luma,100% White
700.00 mVp-p
(75% Color Bars)
933.34 mVp-p
(100% Color Bars)
-286 mV
)
Peak Luma,100% White
Peak Luma,100% White
525.00 mVp-p
(75% Color Bars)
700.00 mVp-p
(100% Color Bars)
-300 mV
756.80 mVp-p
(75% Color Bars)
1009.0 mVp-p
(100% Color Bars)
-286 mV
)
)
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Table 1–6
Analog Video Input Specifications
Parameter
Impedance
Input Level
Maximum Input Level
Table 1–7
Value
75 
1 Vp-p nominal
2.5 Vp-p centered @ 0V
SDI Video Input Specifications
Parameter
SMPTE292M, SMPTE259M, ITU-R
BT656; 270Mbps (525/625 SD
component) 1485 Mbps (HD)
75 
>18dB 5 MHz to 540 MHz
Automatic equalizing to 30dB @ 270
Mb/s
Signal Standard
Impedance
Return Loss
Equalization
Table 1–8
Value
SDI Video Output Specifications
Parameter
Signal Standard
Impedance
Return Loss
Signal Level
Overshoot
Jitter
Rise and Fall Time
DC Offset
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SMPTE292M, SMPTE259M, ITU-R
BT656; 270Mbps (525/625 SD
component) 1485 Mbps (HD)
75 
>18dB 5 MHz to 540 MHz
800 mV  10%
<10% of amplitude
<0.2 UI (740 ps) peak, typical <500 ps
400 to 1500 ps (20% to 80% of amplitude)
0 V  0.5 V
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Front Panel Features and Controls
Front Panel Features and Controls
The RMT-170-HD monitor provides a variety of in monitor data
including signal type, waveform/vectorscope, IMD (In-Monitor
Display), audio meters, and time code. It also includes a three-color
tally light above the display. Figure 1–1 illustrates the front panel
features, and Figure 1–2 on page 12 illustrates the front panel controls.
Figure 1–1
Front Panel Features
Tally Light
Input Signal
Waveform
Safe Areas
Time Code
Audio Levels
IMD
Speakers
• Tally Light: This tri-color (red/green/amber) light is controlled
through an RJ-45 connector on the rear panel. For more information
about the RJ-45 connector, refer to Figure 1–4 on page 15 and Table
1–9 on page 16 for details.
• Input Signal: The input signal is automatically detected.
• Safe Areas: Multiple safe areas are configurable in the OSD Menu.
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Front Panel Features and Controls
• Audio Levels: Levels for audio channels the are displayed on up to
eight meters in pairs, as two or four meters on each side. The A
model displays two to four meters.
• IMD: The OSD Menu provides settings to customize the IMD
(In-Monitor Display) text area to show a line of characters, numbers,
and/or some symbols. The IMD displays in a 4:3 image and below a
16:9 image.
• Speakers: Audio may 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 bottom right corner.
• Waveform: The signal waveform is configurable in the OSD Menu.
Figure 1–2
DVI-I Button
/ Indicator
Line 1 & 2
Buttons /
Indicators
Inhibit
Indicator
Power Button
/ Indicator
Front Panel Controls
F# Key Button
/ Indicators
Scan Button /
Indicator
Menu
Operation
Status Button Buttons
/ Indicator
Aspect Button
/ Indicator
SDI Input
Buttons /
Indicators
Brightness
Rotary Knob/
Indicator
Contrast
Chroma
Rotary Knob/ Rotary Knob/
Indicator
Indicator
Volume
Phase Rotary
Rotary
Knob/
Knob/
Indicator
Indicator
Headphone
Jack
Button/Indicators
• Power (Button/Indicator): As an indicator, the Power button glows
green when power is on (switch is on the back panel) and a signal is
detected. It glows red when the power is on is in stand-by mode. As
a control, it toggles between stand-by and normal display modes.
• Inhibit (Indicator): This indicator glows green when the control
panel buttons have been locked and the system must be unlocked
through the OSD Menu.
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• SDI Input 1/2 (Button/Indicator): This indicator glows green when
this input is selected for display on the monitor. As a control, this
button selects the SDI signal for display to the monitor.
• Line 1/2 (Button/Indicator): This indicator glows green when this
input is selected for display on the monitor. As a control, this button
selects the signal for display to the monitor. You can select from
three signal types for Line 2 in the USER CONFIG menu of the OSD
Menu.
• DVI-I (Button/Indicator): This indicator glows green when this
input is selected for display on the monitor. As a control, this button
selects the signal for display to the monitor. Select from three signal
types in the USER CONFIG menu of the OSD Menu.
• Aspect (Button/Indicator): This indicator glows green when a nondefault aspect ratio has been selected for this signal. As a control,
this button toggles between 4:3 and 16:9 for SD signals. It has no
effect on HD signals, which are always 16:9.
• F1 through F6 (Buttons/Indicators): These indicators glow green
when the associated function is active.
• Status (Button/Indicator): Pressing this button toggles the status
display (not a menu) on and off to the monitor. If the button is not
pressed a second time, the status will disappear after several
seconds.
OSD Menu Buttons
• Menu (Button): Pressing the Menu button displays the OSD menu.
Refer to Using the OSD Menu on page 18 for more details.
• Up/Down (Buttons): Pressing these buttons after pressing the
Menu button navigates through the menus and submenus up or
down respectively. Neither of these buttons functions when the
OSD Menu is not displayed on the monitor.
• Enter (Button): The Enter button selects menus, submenus, and
option values in the OSD Menu. When the OSD Menu is not
displayed on the monitor, this button displays F1 to F6 functions
assignments.
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Rotary Knob/Indicators
The rotary knobs on the right side of the monitor’s control panel have
multiple functions most of which are very similar and are listed
immediately below:
1.
Pushing the knob: Displays the current setting.
Note:
Pushing the Volume knob has a different function. See
below.
2.
Rotating the knob: Increases or decreases the value.
3.
Indicator glows amber: If you select a value other than the
default.
• Phase (Rotary Knob/Indicator): Modifies the sharpness.
• Chroma (Rotary Knob/Indicator): Modifies the color saturation.
• Brightness (Rotary Knob/Indicator): Modifies the brightness.
• Contrast (Rotary Knob/Indicator): Modifies the contrast.
• Volume (Rotary Knob/Indicator): Modifies the audio volume.
Pushing the Volume knob toggles displaying the current setting,
muting the audio, and restoring the music and removing the setting
display.
Other Front Panel Features
Headphone Jack: Monitor the assigned left/right stereo audio channels
with stereo headphones from this mini-stereo connector. The speakers
will mute when the headphones are plugged in.
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Rear Panel Connectors
Rear Panel Connectors
Figure 1–3 below illustrates the rear panel connectors. Refer to Figure
1–5 on page 16 for an enlarged view of the BNC connectors.
Figure 1–3
RMT-170-HD Rear Panel
BNC Video I/O
Tally Light/GPI
Configuration
DVI
RS-485
Analog Audio I/O
DC Power
Power Switch
• Tally Light Control (GPI - RJ45): This connect provides control to
the front panel (tri-color) tally light and other remote functions.
Figure 1–4
GPI/Tally Light RJ45 Connector Pin Map
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Figure 1–5
Table 1–9
BNC Connector Close Up
GPI/Tally Lamp Color/Pin Designations
Tally Lamp Color
Green
Red
Orange
GPI 1 Pin
GND
Open
GND
Table 1–10
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GND
GPI/Tally Lamp Connector Pin Out
Pin
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
GPI 2 Pin
Function
GPI 1
GPI 2
GPI 3
GPI 4
GPI 5
GPI 6
No Connection (NC)
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• SDI Inputs 1 and 2: HD/SD-SDI input signal on BNC jacks.
• SDI Output: Output jack for selected SDI signal.
• Line 1 (Video): Input jack for analog composite video signal only.
• LINE2 (Video/Y): Input jack for analog composite video input
signal, or luminance (Y) signal of Y/C or YPrPb.
• Line 2 (C/Pb): Input jack for Chroma (C) signal of Y/C or Pb (Blue)
component of YPrPb.
• Line 2 (Pr): Input jack for Pr (Red) component of YPrPb.
• Config I/O (on DB-9): Remote connector for factory programming
and configuration access.
Figure 1–6
DB-9 Connector Pin-Out
• DVI-I (DVI-D/VGA/HDMI): Input jack for DVI analog/digital
and requires an adapter for VGA or HDMI input signal.
Note:
The DVI-I signal type must be set in the USER CONFIG
menu of the OSD Menu to function correctly.
• RS485 I/O (RJ45): Connector for external control.
Figure 1–7
RS485 RJ45 Connector Pin Map
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Table 1–11
Pin
1, 2
3
4
5
6
7, 8
RS485 Pin Out
RS485 In Terminal Signal
GND
TxRx+
RxTx+
NC
RS485 Out Terminal
Signal
GND
TxRx+
RxTx+
NC
• Analog Audio Input 1: Input jacks for the analog audio signal.
• Analog Audio Input 2: Input jacks for the analog audio signal.
• Analog Audio Output: Output jacks for the analog audio signal.
• Power Switch: Toggling the power switch powers the monitor on
or off.
• DC Power Connector: Connect DC power to this coax connector
(12V @ 5A).
• AC Power Connector: Connect AC power to the external power
adapter using an approved cord compatible with the mains outlet.
Using the OSD Menu
A description of how to use the OSD Menu follows. Also refer to Table
1–12 below for typical values and domain range.
1.
Press the Menu button to display the menu.
Note:
2.
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Use the Up and Down buttons to navigate through the seven
sub-menu icons. The sub-menus are:
A.
STATUS
B.
COLOR TEMP
C.
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D.
VIDEO CONFIG
E.
AUDIO CONFIG
F.
USER CONFIG
G.
CONTROL
3.
Press the Enter button to enter the parameter selections in the
chosen sub-menu.
4.
Use the Up or Down buttons to cycle through the 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.
Table 1–12
Menu
OSD Menu Structure
Parameters
Default
Value
Domain Range
FORMAT
COLOR TEMP
COMPO LEVEL
STATUS
NTSC SETUP
SCAN MODE
Display only; Non-selectable. The values vary
depending on input signal type and
configuration settings.
AUTO STANDBY
MODEL
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Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
Domain Range
Selects the color temperature
that will become the basis for
adjustments where:
COLOR TEMP
D65
• D93 = 9300K
• D65 = 6500K
• D56 = 5600K
COLOR
TEMPa
•
USER
RED GAIN
GREEN GAIN
128
BLUE GAIN
0 to 255
RED BIAS
GREEN BIAS
32
BLUE BIAS
RESET
Resets gain and bias to their factory presets.
MARKER ENABLE
ON
ON (enabled) or OFF (disabled)
Selects the area marker aspect
ratio according to the display
aspect:
• Aspect = 16:9
MARKERb
AREA MARKER
15:9
•
Off
•
4:3 Vertical
•
15:9 Vertical
•
14:9 Vertical
•
13:9 Vertical
•
1.85:1 Horizontal
•
2.35:1 Horizontal
• Aspect = 4:3
CENTER MARKER
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Off
•
16:9
ON (enabled) or OFF (disabled)
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Table 1–12
Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
SAFETY
MARKER
(Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
OFF
Domain Range
•
80%
•
85%
•
88%
•
90%
•
93%
•
95%
•
OFF
Sets the luminance (white level)
to display safety, center and area
marker line, where:
MARKER LEVEL
1
• 1 = 50%
• 2 = 75%
• 3 = 100%
Sets the area marker matte
transparency, where:
MARKER MAT
OFF
• OFF = Normal background,
use line for area marker edge
only
• HALF = 50% Back ground
brightness
• BLACK = Black
VIDEO
CONFIG
APERTURE
20
0 to 100
Used to select the audio source
type, where:
AUDIO
CONFIG
SOURCE TYPE
EXT
• EXT = Analog audio (Sets
SPEAKER L and SPEAKER R
to AUD 1L and AUD 1R
respectively.)
• EBD = Only selectable for
SDI and HDMI signal types
• NONE (Sets SPEAKER L and
SPEAKER R to OFF.
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Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Parameters
SPEAKER L
Default
Value
AUD 1L
(EBD 1)
Domain Range
Selects the audio channel
assigned to the specified speaker
based on the audio source type,
where:
•
If SOURCE TYPE = NONE,
then OFF
• If SOURCE TYPE = AUD...,
then
AUD 1L, AUD 1R, AUD 2L,
and AUD 2R
• If SOURCE TYPE = EBD and
the input signal is SDI, then
EBD CH1 through EBD CH16
SPEAKER R
AUDIO
CONFIG
•
(Continued)
If SOURCE TYPE = EBD and
the input signal is HDMI,
then EBD CH1 through
EBD CH8
METER POSITION
HORIZONTAL
VERTICAL or HORIZONTAL
METER DISP
OFF
ON or OFF
METER 1-4DISP
METER 5-8DISP
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•
1-4
•
•
OFF
5-6
•
5-8
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Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
METER 1
OFF
METER 2
METER 3
METER 4
Domain Range
Selects the audio channel
assigned to the left speaker
based on the audio source type,
where:
•
METER 5
METER 6
If SOURCE TYPE = NONE,
then OFF
• If SOURCE TYPE = AUD...,
then
METER 7
AUD 1L, AUD 1R, AUD 2L,
and AUD 2R
AUDIO
CONFIG
• If SOURCE TYPE = EBD and
the input signal is SDI, then
EBD 1through EBD 16
METER 8
(Continued)
REF LEVEL
OVER LEVEL
BACKLIGHT
-20 DB
-10 DB
50
•
If SOURCE TYPE = EBD and
the input signal is HDMI,
then EBD 1 through EBD 8
•
-18 DB
•
•
-20 DB
-2 DB
•
-4 DB
•
-6 DB
•
-8 DB
•
-10 DB
Adjusts the backlight (0 to 100)
Selects the Line 2 input type,
where:
LINE 2 INPUTC
VIDEO
• VIDEO (CVBS)
•
USER
CONFIG
Y/C
• YPBPR (YPbPr)
Selects the DVI-I Input type:
DVI-I INPUT
DVI-D
•
VGA
•
DVI-D
•
HDMI
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Table 1–12
Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Default
Value
Parameters
Domain Range
Sets the power saving mode
(includes backlight and panel
power supply, and signal to
panel), where:
AUTO STANDBY
ON
• ON = The monitor goes into
power saving mode if no
signal is input for about one
minute.
• OFF = The monitor keeps
power on regardless of the
input signal status.
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
•
ENGLISH
• CHINESE (In Chinese)
Only for 480i60 component
input, where:
COMPO LEVEL
USER
CONFIG
SMPTE
• SMPTE = 100/0/100/0 signal
• BETA0 = 100/0/75/0 signal
• BETA7.5 = 100/7.5/75/7.5
signal
(Continued)
Only available for NTSC signals:
NTSC SETUP
0
• 0 =Japan
• 709 = North America
COLOR MATRIX
UMD DISPLAY
601
OFF
Only applies to 480I60 and
480P60:
•
601
•
709
IMD = In Monitor Display:
ON or OFF
Color of the text characters:
UMD COLOR
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RED
•
GREEN
•
YELLOW
•
WHITE
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Table 1–12
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Menu
Parameters
UMD CHARACTER
Default
Value
RMT-170-HD
Domain Range
A user-definable input of up to
16 alphanumeric characters (also
includes some symbols)
Displays the time code, where:
TC DISPLAY
OFF
•
ON
•
OFF
Displays the waveform:
WAVE FORM
OFF
•
VECT100
•
VECT75
•
WAVE
•
OFF
Determines the location on the
monitor where the waveform
displays:
USER
CONFIG
WAVE FORM POS
TOP LEFT
• BOT LEFT
• BOT RIGHT
(Continued)
• TOP LEFT
• TOP RIGHT
Determines whether the format
and scan mode are displayed,
where:
FORMAT DISPLAY
AUTO OFF
• ON = Always displayed
• AUTO = Displayed for about
10 seconds after change
• OFF = Hidden
Only available for NTSC (Y/C)
signal types:
CC
OFF
• OFF
• CC1 through CC4
• TEXT1 through TEXT 4
•
XDS
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Table 1–12
Menu
OSD Menu Structure (Continued)
Parameters
F1 BUTTON
USER
CONFIG
Default
Value
MARKER
F2 BUTTON
AUDIO METER
F3 BUTTON
H/V DELAY
Sets the function for the
designated button, where:
• MARKER = Turns all markers
ON or OFF
• AUDIO METER = Turns all
audio meter displays ON or
F4 BUTTON
NATIVE
F5 BUTTON
AUTO ADJUST
(Continued)
Domain Range
OFF
• WAVE FORM = Turns display
ON or OFF
• H/V DELAY = Toggles the
values OFF, H, V, and H/V
• AUTO SETUP = Press to autoadjust
• NATIVE = Toggles NATIVE
and OFF
F6 BUTTON
BLUE ONLY
• BLUE ONLY = Toggles BLUE
and NORMAL
• MONO = Toggles MONO
(monochrome) and NORMAL
• UNDEF = No settings
USER
CONFIG
(Continued)
CONTROL
a
b
c
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GPI1
TALLY R
GPI2
TALLY G
GPI3
SDI 1
GPI4
SDI 2
GPI5
LINE 1
GPI6
LINE 2
KEY INHIBIT
OFF
TALLY R, TALLY G, SDI1, SDI2,
LINE1, LINE2, DVI-I, H/V
DELAY, MONO, BLUE ONLY,
NORMAL SCAN, OVER SCAN,
NATIVE, ASPECT 4:3, ASPECT
16:9, or MARKER ENABLE
Inhibits the use of all buttons
except Power, Menu, and
Volume: ON or OFF
To modify the options in the COLOR TEMP menu, COLOR TEMP must be set to USER.
MARKER is disabled when SCAN is NATIVE, or the input signal is DVI or VGA.
It may be necessary to turn the monitor off for a moment after switching from HDMI to DVI-D or
from DVI-D to HDMI to correct momentary translation issues.
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U s in g t h e F u n c t io n ( F ) K e y s
Using the Function (F) Keys
When the OSD Menu is not displayed, you can press the F keys to
quickly adjust the following parameters:
Table 1–13
F Key Button Functionality
F Button
1
2
3
4
5
6
Function
Marker
Audio Meter
H/V Delay
Native
Auto Adjust
Blue Only
Technical Functional Overview
Figure 1–8 on page 28 illustrates the overall functionality of the
RMT-170-HD monitor.
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Figure 1–8
RMT-170-HD
RS-485
Out
(UMD, OSD Tally)
RS-485
In
L
R
Audio Out
LED Tally
Audio
Source
Select
2
Programming
2
Audio In 1
HD/SD-SDI
Input 1
SDI Input
Select
4
LCD
17” (16:9)
with OSD
SD-SDI
HD/SD-SDI
Input 2
HD/SD-SDI
Select Out
Line 1
Composite
Video
Composite
A/D Video
Decoder
Video
Source
Select
Audio
Channel
Select
Line 2
Video/Y
Line 2
Video/Pr
4-8 for De-embedded, 2-4 for Analog
Composite
or
Component
A/D Video
Decoder
2
DVI-I
Video
VGA
DVI-D
Select
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Line 2
C/Pb
GPI
Interface
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