MODEL NUMBER PC-3000 BID SPECIFICATION
BID SPECIFICATION FOR PROCESSORS MODEL NUMBER PC-3000 INSTRUCTIONS: REMOVE THIS COVER PAGE AND ADD TO REQUESTS FOR QUOTATION AND PROPOSALS. THE OBJECTIVE OF THIS BID SPECIFICATION IS TO ASSIST YOU IN CLEARLY SPECIFYING THE SONY PRODUCT IDENTIFIED ABOVE, AND ENSURING THAT THE BUYER IS WELL INFORMED OF THE HIGH STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE THAT IS TO BE EXPECTED OF A SONY PRODUCT. THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS CURRENT AS OF JANUARY 2000. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. SONY ELECTRONICS INC. DISPLAY PRODUCTS GROUP 1 SONY DRIVE, MD S3D9 PARK RIDGE, NJ 07656 TEL# (201)-930-1000, FAX# (201)-358-4303 1.0 General Information The purpose of this information is to provide the specification for a product whose primary purpose is the switching of video and / or computer graphics information for display. This enhancement and conversion of this information is to be accomplished via a device external to the display device, to allow for maximum expandability within the display system. This document provides the minimum specifications for this device. The performance comparison of displays is not only technical in nature, but is also subjective to the user, when viewed in the final display environment. It is recommended that devices meeting the requirements of this specification be compared in the user’s application and environment, if possible. 2.0 Description This product shall be classified as a RGB and video signal switcher. This device shall be directly compatible with both video and computer graphics sources, without the use of external devices to provide this compatibility. This device shall employ a module design that allows for custom configuration of the switcher to meet the specific needs of the application. This device shall be provided in a rackmountable configuration to allow for rackmounting in standard 19” EIA rack enclosures. 3.0 Source Compatibility / Suitability for Application This device shall be directly compatible with the following sources: NTSC Video (Composite and Y/C) PAL Video (Composite and Y/C) Component Video (50 and 60 Hz) RGB Video (50 and 60 Hz) HDTV Video (1920 x 1035 Line) VGA Computer Graphics (Mode 2 and 3) VESA 800x600 Computer Graphics VESA 1024 x 768 Computer Graphics VESA 1280 x 1024 Computer Graphics Mac 13” Computer Graphics Mac 16” Computer Graphics This device shall accept multi-scanning sources. This device shall have a minimum RGB bandwidth of 300MHz to minimize signal derogation between the source and the display or recording device. 4.0 User Interface / Controllability Information Control of this device shall be accomplished through one of the following methods: Backlit, front panel controls Infrared Remote Controller Serial control jack for control by external control systems Advanced serial control jack for control by external control systems Contact closure jack for control by external control systems All of these control methods shall be standard to the device, or available at an additional charge if considered an optional accessory. The front panel controls shall be located on the front panel, and shall employ the use of a backlight on the input selection buttons. All other front panel controls shall be located behind a drop-down front panel, however indicators should be visible when door is in the closed position. The infrared remote controller shall provide full control over the device. This device shall provide the capability for image still, zoom and pan control from the remote control. The serial control jack shall employ the use of a standardized device control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems manufacturers. This control jack shall accept unidirectional serial commands that provide full control over the device. The advanced serial control jack shall employ the use of a standardized device control protocol that is commonly accepted and understood by control systems manufacturers. This control jack shall accept and transmit bi-directional serial commands that provide full control over the device, and provide acknowledgement to the control system of the received command. The contact closure jack shall provide the capability of using relay or switch closure to activate device functions. The following device functions shall be available for control: Power On / off Input Selection When the device is connected to a display device from the same manufacturer, this device shall also provide pass-through control functionality of the display device. 5.0 Performance Specifications This device shall pass all input signals through in the original signal and sync format without modification by the device. This allows individual system components to modify the signal as necessary for the specific application. This device shall offer 150MHz cable compensation at the output for long distance cabling. This device may be daisy-chained with up to 7 other identical devices for up to 57 source devices. This device shall employ the use of an LCD indicator panel for function adjustment. 6.0 Dimensional Information This device shall have maximum cabinet dimensions of 5.3 inches high by 16.7 inches wide and 16.5 inches deep. This device shall not weigh more than 21 pounds. 7.0 Connectivity Information This device shall provide for connection of 8 source devices simultaneously, without employing the use of an external switching device. All 8 sources shall be optional, allowing the user to select the modules that apply to their application. The available optional modules include the following: RGB Computer / Component Video (Sync on Green, Composite, or Separate Sync) on BNC Connectors Audio L/R on RCA (Phono) Connectors RGB Computer / Component Video (Sync on Green, Composite, or Separate Sync) on a 9 pin (D9) Connector Audio L/R on RCA (Phono) Connectors RGB Computer / Component Video (Sync on Green, Composite, or Separate Sync) on a VGA (HD15) Connector with loop-through Audio L/R on RCA (Phono) Connectors Serial Digital Video on a BNC Connector with loop-through Composite Video on a BNC Connector or Y/C Video on a 4 Pin DIN Connector, both with loop-through Audio L/R on RCA (Phono) Connectors These optional modules shall be user-installable, without access to the inside of the device, and shall also be installable in display devices available from the device manufacturer. In addition to input connectors, this device shall allow employ the use of the following outputs: Composite Video on a BNC Connector Y/C Video on a 4 Pin DIN Connector Component Video / HDTV Video / RGB Computer (Sync on Green, Composite, or Separate Sync) on BNC Connectors Audio L/R on RCA (Phono) Connectors 8.0 Power Requirements This device shall accept power at 120 VAC at either 50 or 60 Hz. This device shall consume no more than 80 watts. Power to this device shall be supplied via a detachable standard power cord that is readily available for replacement from local suppliers. 9.0 Safety Compliance Information This device shall be fully compliant with the following standards: UL mark (UL-1950)/FCC 15-J class B cUL mark (C22.2 No. 950)/IC class B GS mark (EN 60 950/1992) CE mark (EN 55 022/1994 class B EN 50 082-1/1992, EN 61000-3-2/1995) DEMKO/SEMKO/NEMKO/FIMKO safety approvals 10.0 Warranty Information This device shall carry a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty. Authorized servicing dealers of the devices’ manufacturer shall perform warranty service.
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