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AV-HS300G
Menu Information
3. Setup
3-1. Setting the input signals
3-1-1. Setting the input signals (IN 1 to 5)
If HD has been selected as the system format, SDI or analog HD component can be selected for each input.
This selection is possible only when the HD analog board has been connected.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the IN1 to 5 menu.
3Turn [F2], select the input signals using the SIG item, turn [F3], and select SDI or ANLG (analog HD
component) using the MODE item.
4If analog HD component has been selected, turn [F4], and set the gain of the input signals using the GAIN
item. The gain can be set within the 30-step range, and the setting will result in changes of 2 dB.
The amount by which the gain changes per step is not the same for each step.
IN1-5 SIG MODE GAIN
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IN3
IN4
IN5
3-1-2. Setting the input signal frame synchronizer
The frame synchronizer can be set to ON or OFF for each input.
The input 6 (DVI input) frame synchronizer is permanently ON. It cannot be set from ON to OFF or vice versa.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the FS menu.
3Turn [F2], select the input signals using the SIG item, turn [F3], and select ON or OFF for the frame
synchronizer using the FS item.
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AVDL function is active while the frame synchronizer function is set to OFF.
The AVDL function automatically adjusts the input image signal phase to the horizontal synchronization
reference signal phase.
For details, refer to “3-6. Adjusting the output signal phase”.
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3. Setup
3-1-3. Setting the DVI input signals (IN6)
Selecting the signal system
Select the digital or analog system for the DVI input video signals.
DIG (digital):
Digital input signals of the DVI connector are effective.
ANLG (analog): Analog input signals of the DVI connector are effective.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the DVIIN menu.
3Turn [F2], and select the signal system using the MODE item.
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XGA or SXGA can be input as the size. The frequency is fixed at 60 Hz.
NORM (normal):The size of the input images is increased or reduced while keeping their aspect ratio the
same.
FULL (full):The size of the input images is increased or reduced in accordance with the system
resolution. (The aspect ratio of the input images is not kept the same. The rate at which the
image size is increased or reduced in the vertical direction and in the horizontal direction
differs.)
On the DVIIN menu, turn [F3], and select the scaling method using the SCAL item.
<DVI input scaling size table>
DVI format
XGA
1024  768
Mode
HD/1080i
1920  1080
HD/720P
1280  720
NORM
FULL
SXGA
1280  1024
NORM
FULL
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SD/PAL*2
720  576
SD/NTSC*1
720  480
*1: 480/59.94i, *2: 576/50i
3. Setup
Adjustment
Adjust the clock/phase and position of the DVI input signals.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the DVIPH menu.
3Turn [F2] to adjust the clock/phase of the analog input signal using the CKPH item.
Adjust this setting so that the noise will be minimum level.
4Turn [F3] to adjust the horizontal position using the HPOS item.
5Turn [F4] to adjust the vertical position using the VPOS item.
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3. Setup
3-2. Setting the output signals
3-2-1. Types of output signals
There are three output signal types: PGM, PVW and AUX.
PGM:This is the main-line output of the switcher; images with wipe, mix, key and other effects added to them
are output.
PVW: This is the preview output which enables the next operation to be checked in advance.
AUX: Signals selected by the AUX bus are output.
3-2-2. Selecting the AUX signals
One of the crosspoints 1 to 7, PGM, PVW or CLN signals can be selected for the AUX bus.
To select a crosspoint signal, press one of the B crosspoint switches 1 to 7 while holding down the [AUX] switch.
The indicator of the selected switch lights (in amber), and the images are switched.
To select PGM, PVW or CLN signals, press one of the wipe pattern selector switches while holding down the
[AUX] switch. The indicator of the selected switch lights (in amber), and the images are switched.
When CLN signals have been selected, images with the key signals removed from the PGM signals are output.
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3. Setup
3-3. Selecting the video format
One system (input/output signal) video format can be selected. More than one format cannot be selected.
If HD is selected, SDI or HD analog component can be selected for each input. (See 3-1-1)
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the FORMT menu.
3Turn [F2], select the format using the MODE item, and press the [F4] switch (EXEC) to enter the selection.
An asterisk ( ) appears at the left of the format currently selected.
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1080/59i
1080/50i
720/59p
720/50p
480/59i
576/50i
HD/SD
HD
HD
HD
HD
SD
SD
Signal format
1080/59.94i
1080/50i
720/59.94p
720/50p
480/59.94i
576/50i
Input signals
SDI / analog HD component
SDI / analog HD component
SDI / analog HD component
SDI / analog HD component
SDI
SDI
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3. Setup
3-4. Setting the crosspoints
3-4-1. Assigning signals to the crosspoints
External video input signals and internally generated signals can be assigned to crosspoint switches 1 to 7.
Displaying the assignment statuses
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [XPT] switch to display the XPT menu.
2The XPTAS (1/3) menu appears first, and the assignment statuses are displayed. The names of the
assigned signals are abbreviated on the display.
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displayed on the LCD while the button is held down.
Example: When crosspoint switch 1 is pressed (when the black signal has been assigned to this switch).
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1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [XPT] switch to display the XPT menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the XPTAS (2/3) menu.
3Turn [F2], select the crosspoint switch using the XPT item, turn [F3] and select the input signal using the SIG
item.
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The table below lists the materials which can be assigned.
Switch
XP1 to 7
Signal
INPUT1 to 5
DVIIN
BLACK
COLOR
BACKGROUND
COLOR BAR
FRAME MEMORY
Abbreviation
IN1 to 5
1 to 5
DVI
D
BLK
B
CBGD
G
CBAR
FMEM
C
F
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Description
SDI or analog HD component
DVI-I input
Internally generated signal, black
Internally generated signal, color
background (matte)
Internally generated signal, color bar
Frame memory image
3. Setup
The table below lists the default settings.
Switch
XP1
XP2
XP3
XP4
XP5
XP6
XP7
Signal
BLACK
INPUT1
INPUT2
INPUT3
INPUT4
INPUT5
DVIIN
Description
Internally generated signal, black
External video input 1: SDI or analog HD component
External video input 2: SDI or analog HD component
External video input 3: SDI or analog HD component
External video input 4: SDI or analog HD component
External video input 5: SDI or analog HD component
External video input 6: DVI-I input
3-4-2. Setting the crosspoint switching
The timing at which the crosspoints are to be switched can be set.
ANY: The crosspoints are switched in the nearest field. This is suited to live applications.
F1:
The crosspoints are switched in field 1. This is suited to editing applications.
F2:
The crosspoints are switched in field 2. This is suited to editing applications.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [XPT] switch to display the XPT menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the XPTSW menu.
3Turn [F2], and select the switching timing using the TIMG item.
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3. Setup
3-5. Setting the sync signals
The sync signals to be used by the system can be selected.
External sync:For synchronization with an external sync signal (gen-lock). The reference input signal is
looped through and output.
BBST: Black burst signal (vertical phase of 0H)
BBAD:Black burst signal
This can be selected when HD format signals are supplied.
(Vertical phase of 90H when the 59.94i or 59.94p format is selected;
vertical phase of 75H when the 50i or 50p format is selected)
TRI:Tri-level sync signal (vertical phase of 0H)
This can be selected when HD format signals are supplied.
Internal sync:For synchronization with an internal reference signal (INT). The REFOUT signal (black burst
signal) is output from the two reference connectors.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the REF menu.
3Turn [F2], select the sync signal using the SYNC item, and press the [F4] switch (EXEC) to enter the
selection.
An asterisk ( ) appears at the left of the reference signal currently selected.
REF
SYNC GL
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BBAD
TRI
INT
EXEC
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An asterisk ( ) appears at the GL item when operation is synchronized with the external or internal sync
signals.
A dash (–) appears at the GL item when operation is not synchronized with the external or internal sync
signals.
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3. Setup
3-6. Adjusting the output signal phase
The phase of the output video signals can be adjusted.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the OUPHS menu.
3Turn [F2], and select 0H or 1H using the SYS item.
0H:The output video signals are output to the system REF signal with using in-phase.
The frame synchronizer function is ON for all input signals.
1H: The output video signals are output to the system REF signal with 1H delay.
4Turn [F3] to adjust H phase using the HPHS item, and turn [F4] to adjust V phase using the VPHS item.
HPHS can be adjusted within a range of –0.5H to +0.5H and VPHS within a range of –100H to +100H.
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Output video signal phase adjustment
Phase
HPHASE
VPHASE
Video format
1080i/59i
1080/50i
720/59p
720/50p
480/59i
576/50i
Same for all formats
Adjustment range
−1100 to 1099
−1320 to 1319
−825 to 824
−990 to 989
−429 to 428
−432 to 431
−100 to 100
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3. Setup
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3. Setup
3-7. Network settings
Set up the network for transmitting image files by Ethernet. For details on image transmission method, refer to
“5. Image transmission functions”.
The network initial setup is: IP address: 192.168.0.10, subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 and gateway: 0.0.0.0 (unused).
When using the host computer with settings matching the network setup, it is not necessary to setup via the
menu.
For the setting to take effect, the system must be rebooted. Turn the system’s power off and then back on.
Setting the IP address
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the IP menu.
3Turn [F2] to select the setting location. An asterisk ( ) appears at the setting location.
4Turn [F3] to set the number, and press the [F3] switch to enter the setting. If the setting is not entered even
though it has been changed, “ ! ” appears above the setting location, and when the setting location is moved
by turning [F2], the value prior to the change is restored.
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Setting the subnet mask
1On the SETUP menu, turn [F1] to display the MASK menu.
2Turn [F2] to select the setting location. An asterisk ( ) appears at the setting location.
3Turn [F3] to set the number, and press the [F3] switch to enter the setting. If the setting is not entered even
though it has been changed, “ ! ” appears above the setting location, and when the setting location is moved
by turning [F2], the value prior to the change is restored.
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3. Setup
Setting the gateway
1On the SETUP menu, turn [F1] to display the GW (Gateway) menu.
2Turn [F2] to select the setting location. An asterisk ( ) appears at the setting location.
3Turn [F3] to set the number, and press the [F3] switch to enter the setting. If the setting is not entered even
though it has been changed, “ ! ” appears above the setting location, and when the setting location is moved
by turning [F2], the value prior to the change is restored.
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Setting the MAC address
1On the SETUP menu, turn [F1] to display the MAC menu.
The MAC address now appears.
(When the MAC address is “008045448000”.)
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3. Setup
3-8. Other settings
3-8-1. LCD backlight
The LCD backlight can be set to ON or OFF.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the SYS menu.
Turn [F2], and select ON or OFF for the backlight using the BL item.
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Whether the ancillary data which is superimposed on the vertical blanking period of the input images is to be
passed through can be selected.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the SYS menu.
Turn [F3], and select ON or OFF for the ancillary data using the VANC item.
ON: The ancillary data is passed through.
OFF: The ancillary data is not passed through.
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The setup level of the BB signal in the internal sync mode can be selected. The level selected takes effect with the
59.94i or 59.94p format. It is fixed at 0 IRE with the 50i or 50p format.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the SYS menu.
Turn [F4], and select the setup level using the BB item.
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3-9. Status displays
The statuses can be displayed.
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the STATS menu.
ALM (alarm): Indicates a fan and/or power supply alarm.
FAN  Fan alarm
POWR  Power supply alarm
F, P
 Fan alarm and power supply alarm
NO
 No alarm information
OPT (option): Indicates whether or not an optional board is provided.
ANLG  The HD analog board has been inserted.
NO
 The HD analog board has not been inserted.
VER (version): Indicates the software version.
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3-10. Initialization
All the settings except the preset memory can be returned to the factory defaults.
(When they are returned, the images in the frame memory will also be initialized.)
1Press the [FUNC] switch to light its indicator, and then press the [SETUP] switch to display the SETUP
menu.
2Turn [F1] to display the INIT menu.
3Press [F2] to initialize the settings. The “INIT?” message appears.
4To initialize the settings, turn [F2] to select YES, and then press the [F2] switch.
To cancel the initialization, turn [F2] to select NO, and then press the [F2] switch.
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4. Setting menu table
A setting is entered when an item displayed (
) is selected and then the [F1], [F2], [F3] or [F4] switch is pressed.
(It will not be entered unless the switch is pressed.)
Menu
TIME
WIPE
Submenu
Parameter 1
Turn F1 to select.
Turn F2 to select.
BKGD
Parameter
TRANSTIME
Setting range 0 to 13s
1/2
Default value —
Parameter
TRANSTIME
Setting range 0 to 13s
30f
KEY
2/2
BODR
1/5
Default value —
Parameter
WIDT
Setting range 0 to 255
30f
SOFT
0 to 255
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
0
SAT
0 to 100
0
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
0
—
—
Parameter 3
Turn F4 to select.
UNIT
F
SEC
SEC
UNIT
F
SEC
SEC
COLR
WHT, YLW, CYN
GRN, MGT, RED
BLE, BLK
USR1 to 4
WHT
LUM
0 to 108
100
LUM
0 to 108
7
LUM
0 to 108
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LUM
0 to 108
0
—
—
SAT
0 to 100
0
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
100
LUM
0 to 108
100
LUM
0 to 108
7
LUM
0 to 108
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USR1(*)
2/5
USR2(*)
3/5
USR3(*)
4/5
USR4(*)
5/5
CBGD
CBGD
1/5
USR1(*)
2/5
USR2(*)
3/5
USR3(*)
4/5
0
HUE
0 to 359
0
HUE
0 to 359
355
HUE
0 to 359
50
HUE
0 to 359
0
COLR
WHT, YLW, CYN
GRN, MGT, RED
BLE, BLK
USR1 to 4
Default value WHT
Parameter
HUE
Setting range 0 to 359
Default value 0
Parameter
HUE
Setting range 0 to 359
Default value 355
Parameter
HUE
Setting range 0 to 359
Default value 50
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Parameter 2
Turn F3 to select.
0 to 999f
0 to 999f
4. Setting menu table
Menu
CBGD
KEY
Submenu
Turn F1 to select.
USR4(*)
Parameter
5/5
Setting range
Default value
KEY
Parameter
1/7
Setting range
K-ADJ
2/7
FILL
3/7
KEY-F Link
from switch
USR1(*)
4/7
USR2(*)
5/7
USR3(*)
6/7
USR4(*)
7/7
EDGE
EDGE
1/5
USR1(*)
2/5
USR2(*)
3/5
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Parameter 1
Turn F2 to select.
HUE
0 to 359
0
TYPE
SELF
LIN
Parameter 2
Turn F3 to select.
SAT
0 to 100
0
INV
ON
OFF
LIN
CLIP
0 to 108
0
TYPE
BUS
COLR
OFF
GAIN
0 to 200
100
COLR
WHT, YLW, CYN
GRN, MGT, RED
BLE, BLK
USR1 to 4
BLE
SAT
0 to 100
0
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
0
WIDT
0 to 4
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
BUS
HUE
0 to 359
0
HUE
0 to 359
355
HUE
0 to 359
50
HUE
0 to 359
0
TYPE
OFF
BODR
DROP
SHDW
OUTL
Default value OFF
Parameter
HUE
Setting range 0 to 359
Default value 0
Parameter
HUE
Setting range 0 to 359
Default value 355
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SAT
0 to 100
0
SAT
0 to 100
100
Parameter 3
Turn F4 to select.
LUM
0 to 108
0
PVW
ON
OFF
AUTO
AUTO
DENS
0 to 100
100
LUM
0 to 108
100
LUM
0 to 108
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LUM
0 to 108
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LUM
0 to 108
0
COLR
WHT, YLW, CYN
GRN, MGT, RED
BLE, BLK
USR1 to 4
YLW
LUM
0 to 108
100
LUM
0 to 108
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4. Setting menu table
Menu
EDGE
MEM
Submenu
Turn F1 to select.
USR3(*)
Parameter
4/5
Setting range
Default value
USR4(*)
Parameter
5/5
Setting range
Default value
PSMEM
Parameter
1/3
Setting range
PSMEM
2/3
FMEM
3/3
XPT
XPTAS
1/3
XPTAS
2/3
Parameter 1
Turn F2 to select.
HUE
0 to 359
50
HUE
0 to 359
0
MODE
STOR
RECL
CLR
Default value STOR
Parameter
XPT
Setting range DSBL
ENBL
Default value DSBL
Parameter
SIG
Setting range AUX
Default value
Display only
FRZ
FRZ
1/2
FRZ
2/2
1 to 10
Parameter
XPT
Setting range 1 to 7
Parameter 3
Turn F4 to select.
LUM
0 to 108
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LUM
0 to 108
0
EXEC (
1
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—
—
—
—
—
MEM
FMEM
—
STOR
—
—
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XPT: 12 3 4 5 6 7
SIG
IN1 to 5, DVI
BLK, CBGD,
CBAR, FMEM
BLK
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
DVI
—
—
Default value
XPTSW
3/3
Parameter 2
Turn F3 to select.
SAT
0 to 100
100
SAT
0 to 100
0
NO.
EXEC (
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—
—
—
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Parameter
TIMG
Setting range ANY
F1
F2
Default value ANY
—
Display only
FRZ: XPT: 12 3 4 5 6 7
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Parameter
SIG
Setting range IN1 to 5, DVI
—
—
FRZ
Toggling between
ON and OFF (
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Default value
—
OFF
IN1 to 5, DVI
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4. Setting menu table
Menu
SETUP
Submenu
Parameter 1
Turn F1 to select.
Turn F2 to select.
IN1–5
Parameter
SIG
1/15
Setting range IN1 to 5
Default value
DVIIN
2/15
FS
3/15
FORMT
4/15
REF
5/15
IN1 to 5
Parameter
MODE
Setting range DIG
ANLG
Default value DIG
Parameter
SIG
Setting range IN1 to 5
Default value IN1 to 5
Parameter
MODE
Setting range
1080/59i
1080/50i
720/59p
720/50p
480/59i
576/50i
Default value 1080/59i
Parameter
SYNC
Setting range
BBST
Parameter 2
Turn F3 to select.
MODE
SDI
ANLG
SDI
ANLG
Parameter 3
Turn F4 to select.
GAIN
–30 to 30
SCAL
NORM
FULL
NORM
FS
ON
OFF
ON
—
—
—
—
—
GL
—
—
—
0
—
—
—
—
—
EXEC (
EXEC (
)
)
—
OUPHS
6/15
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
IP
7/15
MASK
8/15
GW
9/15
MAC
10/15
BUS
11/15
Default value
Setting range
Default value
Setting range
Default value
Setting range
Default value
Display only
Default value
Parameter
Setting range
Default value
BBAD
TRI
INT
BBST
—
SYS
HPHS
0H
–1320 to 1319
1H
1H
0
Cursor movement
0 to 255
192.168.0.10
Cursor movement
0 to 255
255.255.255.0
Cursor movement
0 to 255
0.0.0.0
12-digit address display
—
MODE
—
A/B
—
P/P (PGM/PST)
P/P
—
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—
VPHS
–100 to 100
0
—
—
—
4. Setting menu table
Menu
SETUP
Submenu
Parameter 1
Turn F1 to select.
Turn F2 to select.
SYS
Parameter
BL
Setting range ON
12/15
OFF
Default value ON
DVIPH
Parameter
CKPH
13/15
Setting range –16 to 15
Default value 0
INIT
Parameter
INIT
14/15
Setting range EXEC (
)
Parameter 2
Turn F3 to select.
VANC
ON
OFF
OFF
HPOS
–100 to 100
0
—
Parameter 3
Turn F4 to select.
BB
0
7.5
7.5
VPOS
–100 to 100
0
—
STATS
15/15
OPT
ANLG
NO
VER
Version number
Parameter
Display only
ALM
FAN
POWR
F, P
NO
* The same USR1 to USR4 parameters are used for the WIPE menu, CBGD menu, KEY menu and EDGE menu.
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