Sony LUMA LMD-2140MD User's manual

Sony LUMA LMD-2140MD User's manual
2-546-655-15 (1)
LCD Monitor
Instructions for Use
LMD-2140MD
© 2004 Sony Corporation
English
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located at the rear.
Record these numbers in the spaces provided below.
Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your
Sony dealer regarding this product.
Model No. ____________________
Serial No. ____________________
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the
unit to rain or moisture.
Dangerously high voltages are present inside the
unit. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel only.
For the customers in Canada
This unit has been certified according to Standard CSA
C22.2 NO.601.1.
In the event of a malfunction or when maintenance is
necessary, consult an authorized Sony dealer.
FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE USA
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.
This unit contains substances which can pollute the
environment if disposed carelessly. Please contact our
nearest representative office or your local environmental
office in case of disposal of this unit.
WARNING
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED.
FOR CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE
This equipment has been found to comply with limits for
a Class B device pursuant to EN60601-1-2. However, if
this equipment does cause harmful interference to other
devices, which can be determined by turning this
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
other devices.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which other devices are
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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For the customers in Europe
This product with the CE marking complies with both
the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the
European Community.
Compliance with these directives implies conformity to
the following European standards:
EN60950-1 : Product Safety
EN55103-1 : Electromagnetic Interference (Emission)
EN55103-2 : Electromagnetic Susceptibility
(Immunity)
This product is intended for use in the following
Electromagnetic Environment(s):
E1 (residential), E2 (commercial and light industrial),
E3 (urban outdoors), E4 (controlled EMC environment,
ex. TV studio)
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your
authority to operate this equipment.
This product contains mercury. Disposal of this product
may be regulated if sold in the United States. For
disposal or recycling information, please contact your
local authorities or the Electronics Industries Alliance
(www.eiae.org http://www.eiae.org).
Be sure to connect the AC power cord to a grounded
outlet.
Symbols on the unit
Important safeguards/notices for use in the
medical environments
1. All the equipment connected to this unit shall be
certified according to Standard IEC60601-1,
IEC60950-1, IEC60065 or other IEC/ISO Standards
applicable to the equipment.
2. When this unit is used together with other equipment
in the patient area*, the equipment shall be either
powered by an isolation transformer or connected via
an additional protective earth terminal to system
ground unless it is certified according to Standard
IEC60601-1 and IEC60601-1-1.
Location
This symbol indicates
Bottom
Main power switch.
Press to turn the monitor
on.
Bottom
Main power switch.
Press to turn the monitor
off.
Bottom
The equipotential
terminal which brings the
various parts of a system
to the same potential.
Bottom
Functional earth terminal
Front
Brightness control
Front
Contrast control
Front
Key inhibit
The setting are locked so
that they cannot be
changed.
R1
.5
m
* Patient Area
Symbol
3. The leakage current could increase when connected
to other equipment.
4. The operator should take precautions to avoid
touching the rear panel input and output circuitry and
the patient at the same time.
5. Model LMD-2140MD is a monitor intended for use
in a medical environment to display pictures from
cameras or other systems. These models are
nonpatient care equipment with respect to the
requirement of leakage current.
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Caution
When you dispose of the unit or accessories, you must
obey the law in the relative area or country and the
regulation in the relative hospital.
Warning on power connection
Use a proper power cord for your local power supply.
The United States
Canada
Continental Europe
Plug type
HOSPITAL GRADE
HOSPITAL GRADE
LP-34A
Female end
E41395
LL33182
LS-60
Cord type
E41395-A
LL76662
H05VV-F
Rated Voltage & Current
10A/125V
10A/125V
10A/250V
Safety approval
UL
CSA
VDE
3
Français
AVERTISSEMENT
Afin d’éviter tout risque d’incendie ou
d’électrocution, ne pas exposer cet appareil à la pluie
ou à l’humidité.
Des courants de hautes tensions dangereuses sont
présents à l’intérieur de cet appareil. Ne pas ouvrir le
coffret. Se reporter à un personnel qualifié
uniquement.
Dans le cas d’une défaillance ou de nécessité
d’entretien, consulter un revendeur Sony autorisé.
Cet appareil contient des substances susceptibles de
causer une pollution de l’environnement si elles sont
éliminées de façon non conforme. Consultez votre
bureau local de préservation de l’environnement pour
savoir comment vous débarrasser de cet appareil.
AVERTISSEMENT
CET APPAREIL DOIT ETRE RELIE A LA TERRE.
POUR LES CLIENTS EN EUROPE
Cet équipement est conforme aux limitations d’un
appareil de classe B ainsi qu’il est stipulé par la norme
EN60601-1-2. Cependant, si cet équipement est la
source d’interférences néfastes à d’autres appareils, ce
qui peut être déterminé en mettant sous tension puis hors
tension cet appareil, l’utilisateur est invité à essayer
d’éliminer ces interférences en appliquant une ou
plusieurs des mesures suivantes :
• Eloignez l’appareil des autres appareils.
• Raccordez l’appareil sur la prise d’un autre circuit que
celui auquel les autres appareils sont raccordés.
• Consultez votre revendeur ou un technicien spécialisé
en radio/TV pour obtenir de l’aide..
Raccordez le cordon d’alimentation à une prise murale
mise à la terre.
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Pour les clients européens
Ce produit portant la marque CE est conforme à la fois
à la Directive sur la compatibilité électromagnétique
CEM (89/336/CEE) et à la Directive sur les basses
tensions (73/23/CEE) émises par la Commission de la
Communauté européenne.
La conformité à ces directives implique la conformité
aux normes européennes suivantes :
EN60950-1 : Sécurité des produits
EN55103-1 : Interférences électromagnétiques
(émission)
EN55103-2 : Sensibilité électromagnétique (immunité)
Ce produit est prévu pour être utilisé dans les
environnements électromagnétiques suivants:
E1 (résidentiel), E2 (commercial et industrie légère), E3
(urbain extérieur) et E4 (environnement CEM contrôlé,
p. ex. studio de télévision)
Pour les clients au Canada
Cette unité a été certifiée conformément à la norme CSA
C22.2 NO.601.1.
Précautions/instructions importantes pour une
utilisation dans des environnements médicaux
1. Tous les équipements raccordés à cet appareil
doivent être agréés conformément aux normes
IEC60601-1, IEC60950-1, IEC60065 ou aux autres
normes IEC/ISO applicables à ces équipements.
2. Si cet appareil est utilisé conjointement avec d’autres
appareils à proximité du patient*, l’équipement doit
être alimenté par un transformateur d’isolement ou
raccordé via une borne de mise à la terre
supplémentaire pour relier le système à la masse à
moins qu’il ne soit certifié conforme aux normes
IEC60601-1 et IEC60601-1-1.
Symbole
Emplacement
Signification du
symbole
En bas
Interrupteur
d’alimentation.
Appuyez sur cette touche
pour mettre le moniteur
sous tension.
En bas
Interrupteur
d’alimentation.
Appuyez sur cette touche
pour mettre le moniteur
hors tension.
En bas
Borne équipotentielle qui
ramène les différentes
parties d’un système à la
même tension.
En bas
Borne de mise à la terre
fonctionnelle
Panneau avant
Commande de luminosité
Panneau avant
Commande de contraste
Panneau avant
Invalidation de touche
Les réglages sont
verrouillés et ne peuvent
être modifiés.
R1
.5
m
* Proximité du patient
Symboles sur l’appare
3. Le courant de fuite peut augmenter si raccordé à
d’autres équipements.
4. L’opérateur doit prendre toutes les précautions
requises pour ne pas toucher en même temps le
patient et les circuits d’entrée et de sortie du panneau
arrière.
5. Le modèle LMD-2140MD est un moniteur destiné à
être utilisé en milieu médical pour la visualisation
d’images transmises par des caméras ou d’autres
systèmes. Ces modèles ne sont pas des destinés au
traitement des patients en ce qui concerne les
exigences liées au courant de fuite.
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Avertissement
Lors de l’élimination de l’appareil et de ses accessoires,
vous devez vous conformer aux dispositions légales en
vigueur dans votre région ou pays ainsi qu’au règlement
de l’hôpital.
Avertissement concernant le raccordement au secteur
Utilisez un cordon d’alimentation adapté à la tension secteur.
The United States
Canada
Europe continentale
Type de fiche
TYPE HÔPITAL
TYPE HÔPITAL
LP-34A
Extrémité femelle
E41395
LL33182
LS-60
Type de cordon
E41395-A
LL76662
H05VV-F
Intensité nominale
minimum du cordon
10A/125V
10A/125V
10A/250V
Certification de sécurité
UL
CSA
VDE
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Deutsch
WARNUNG
Um Feuergefahr und die Gefahr eines elektrischen
Schlages zu vermeiden, darf das Gerät weder Regen
noch Feuchtigkeit ausgesetzt werden.
Im lnneren des Geräts liegt gefährliche
Hochspannung an. Öffnen Sie niemals das Gehäuse
und überlassen Sie Wartungsarbeiten stets nur
einem Fachmann.
Sollten am Gerät Probleme auftreten oder eine Wartung
erforderlich werden, wenden Sie sich an einen
autorisierten Sony-Händler.
Dieses Gerät enthält Substanzen, die bei unsachgemäßer
Entsorgung die Umwelt belasten. Bitte wenden Sie sich
an unsere nächste Niederlassung oder an Ihr
Umweltschutzamt, wenn Sie das Gerät entsorgen
wollen.
WARNUNG
DIESES GERÄT MUSS GEERDET WARDEN.
FÜR KUNDEN IN EUROPA
Dieses Gerät erfüllt die nach EN60601-1-2 für Geräte
der Klasse B geltenden Grenzwerte. Sollte dieses Gerät
jedoch andere Geräte stören (Sie können dies feststellen,
indem Sie das Gerät aus- und wieder einschalten), so ist
der Benutzer dazu angehalten, die Störungen durch eine
der folgenden Maßnahmen zu beheben:
• Vergrößerung des Abstands zwischen diesem Gerät
und anderen Geräten.
• Anschluss des Geräts an einen anderen Stromkreis als
den der anderen Geräte.
• Ziehen Sie gegebenenfalls Ihren Händler oder einen
erfahrenen Rundfunk- oder Fernsehtechniker zu Rate.
Schließen Sie das Netzkabel unbedingt an eine
geerdete Netzsteckdose an.
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Für Kunden in Europa
Dieses Produkt besitzt die CE-Kennzeichnung und
erfüllt sowohl die EMV-Direktive (89/336/EEC) als
auch die Direktive Niederspannung (73/23/EEC) des
Rats der europäischen Gemeinschaft.
Die Erfüllung dieser Direktiven bedeutet Konformität
für die folgenden Europäischen Normen:
EN60950-1: Produktsicherheit
EN55103-1: Elektromagnetische Interferenz(Emission)
EN55103-2: Elektromagnetische Empfindlichkeit
(Immunität)
Dieses Produkt ist für den Einsatz unter folgenden
elektromagnetischen Bedingungen ausgelegt:
E1 (Wohnbereich), E2 (kommerzieller und in
beschränktem Maße industrieller Bereich), E3
(Stadtbereich im Freien) und E4 (kontrollierter EMV Bereich, z. B. Fernsehstudio)
Maschinenlärminformations - Verordnung 3.GPSGV,
06.01.2004: Der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt
70 dB(A) oder weniger gemäß EN ISO 7779.
Symbole am Gerät
Wichtige Sicherheitshinweise für die
Verwendung des Geräts in der Medizin
1. Alle Geräte, die an dieses Gerät angeschlossen
werden, müssen den Normen IEC60601-1,
IEC60950-1, IEC60065 und anderen für die
jeweiligen Geräte gültigen IEC/ISO-Normen
entsprechen.
2. Wenn dieses Gerät zusammen mit anderen Geräten
im Patientenbereich* eingesetzt wird, muss es
entweder über einen Isoliertransformator mit Strom
versorgt oder über einen zusätzlichen
Schutzerdungsanschluss gesichert sein, es sei denn,
es entspricht den Normen IEC60601-1 und
IEC60601-1-1.
Symbol
Befindet sich
Bedeutung
an der Unterseite
Hauptnetzschalter.
Zum Einschalten des
Monitors
an der Unterseite
Hauptnetzschalter.
Zum Ausschalten des
Monitors.
an der Unterseite
Äquipotenzialanschluss,
der die Spannung der
verschiedenen
Systemkomponenten
aneinander angleicht.
an der Unterseite
Funktionaler Massepol
an der
Vorderseite
Helligkeitsregelung
an der
Vorderseite
Kontrastregelung
an der
Vorderseite
Tastensperre
Die Einstellungen sind
gesperrt und können nicht
verändert werden.
R1
.5
m
* Für Patienten zugänglicher Bereich
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3. Der Ableitstrom kann bei einer Verbindung mit
anderen Geräten zunehmen.
4. Der Anwender muss Maßnahmen treffen, um
gleichzeitiges Berühren der Ein- und
Ausgangskontakte an der Rückseite des Gerätes und
des Patienten zu verhindern.
5. Das Modell LMD-2140MD ist ein Monitor für den
medizinischen Bereich und dient dazu, Bilder von
Kameras oder anderen Systemen anzuzeigen.
Aufgrund der Bestimmungen im Hinblick auf
Kriechströme gelten diese Modelle als Geräte, die
nicht zur Versorgung von Patienten geeignet sind.
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Vorsicht
Wenn Sie das Gerät oder die Zubehörteile entsorgen,
beachten Sie unbedingt die gesetzlichen Vorschriften in
der jeweiligen Region bzw. im jeweiligen Land sowie
die Vorschriften im jeweiligen Krankenhaus.
Warnhinweis zum Netzanschluss
Verwenden Sie ein für die Stromversorgung in Ihrem Land geeignetes Netzkabel.
USA
Kanada
Kontinentaleurope
Steckertyp
HOSPITAL GRADE
HOSPITAL GRADE
LP-34A
Buchse
E41395
LL33182
LS-60
Kabeltyp
E41395-A
LL76662
H05VV-F
Nennspannung &
Stromstärke
10A/125V
10A/125V
10A/250V
Sicherheitszertifizierung
UL
CSA
VDE
7
Español
ADVERTENCIA
Para evitar incendios o el riesgo de electrocución, no
exponga la unidad a la lluvia ni a la humedad.
Dentro de la unidad existen altas tensiones
peligrosas. No la abra. En caso de avería, solicite los
servicios de personal cualificado.
En caso de mal funcionamiento o cuando sea necesario
el servicio de mantenimiento, consulte a su proveedor
Sony.
Esta unidad contiene sustancias que pueden contaminar
el medio ambiente si no se desecha adecuadamente.
Póngase en contacto con nuestro departamento de
representación más próximo o con el departamento local
de medio ambiente cuando vaya a desechar esta unidad.
ADVERTENCIA
ESTA APPARATO DEBE CONECTARSE A
TIERRA.
PARA LOS USUARIOS EN EUROPA
Este equipo cumple con los límites de dispositivo de
Clase B según EN60601-1-2. No obstante, si este equipo
causa interferencias perjudiciales para otros
dispositivos, lo que puede comprobarse apagando y
encendiendo este equipo, se recomienda al usuario
corregir las interferencias realizando una o varias de las
siguientes medidas:
• Aumentar la separación entre el equipo y los demás
dispositivos.
• Conectar el equipo a una toma de un circuito diferente
al que estén conectados los demás dispositivos.
• Consultar con el proveedor o solicitar los servicios de
un técnico especializado en radio y TV.
Asegúrese de conectar el cable de alimentación de CA
a una toma de tierra.
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Para los clientes del mercado europeo
Este producto cumple con las directivas de
compatibilidad electromagnética (89/336/CEE) y baja
tensión (73/23/CEE) de la Comisión Europea.
El cumplimiento de estas directivas implica la
conformidad con los siguientes estándares europeos:
EN60950-1: Seguridad del producto
EN55103-1: Interferencias electromagnéticas
(emisiones)
EN55103-2: Susceptibilidad electromagnética
(inmunidad).
Este producto está diseñado para funcionar en los
siguientes entornos electromagnéticos:
E1 (doméstico), E2 (comercial y pequeña industria), E3
(espacios al aire libre fuera de poblaciones) y E4
(entorno con compatibilidad electromagnética
controlada; por ejemplo, en un estudio de TV).
Símbolos de la unidad
Protecciones de seguridad/advertencias
importantes de uso en entornos médicos
1. Todos los equipos conectados a esta unidad deben
cumplir las normas IEC60601-1, IEC60950-1,
IEC60065 u otras normas IEC/ISO aplicables a los
equipos.
2. Si esta unidad se utiliza junto con otro equipo en la
zona de pacientes*, dicho equipo debe alimentarse
con un transformador de aislamiento, o conectarse
mediante un terminal de tierra de protección
adicional a un sistema de toma de tierra, a no ser que
cumpla las normas IEC60601-1 y IEC60601-1-1.
Ubicación
Este símbolo indica
Parte inferior
Interruptor de
alimentación principal.
Púlselo para encender el
monitor.
Parte inferior
Interruptor de
alimentación principal.
Púlselo para apagar el
monitor.
Parte inferio
El terminal equipotencial
que iguala el potencial de
los distintos componentes
de un sistema.
Parte inferior
Terminal de tierra
funcional
Panel frontal
Control de brillo
Panel frontal
Mando de contraste
Panel frontal
Inhibición de teclas
Los ajustes están
bloqueados, de modo que
no se pueden modificar.
R1
.5
m
* Zona de pacientes
Símbolo
3. La corriente de fugas podría aumentar si se conecta a
otro equipo.
4. El operador debe tomar las precauciones pertinentes
para evitar tocar la entrada del panel posterior y la
circuitería de salida y al paciente al mismo tiempo.
5. El modelo LMD-2140MD es un monitor destinado a
utilizarse en entornos médicos para visualizar
imágenes de cámaras u otros sistemas. Estos
modelos no son equipos de atención sanitaria
hospitalaria en lo que al requisito de corriente de
fuga se refiere.
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Precaución
Al desechar la unidad o sus accesorios, se debe cumplir
la ley de la zona o país correspondiente y la normativa
del hospital correspondiente.
Advertencia sobre la conexión de alimentación
Utilice un cable de alimentación adecuado al suministro eléctrico local.
Estados Unidos
Canadá
Europa continental
Tipo de enchufe
TIPO PARA HOSPITAL
TIPO PARA HOSPITAL
LP-34A
Extremo hembra
E41395
LL33182
LS-60
Tipo de cable
E41395-A
LL76662
H05VV-F
Corriente y tensión
nominal
10A/125V
10A/125V
10A/250V
Aprobación de
seguridad
UL
CSA
VDE
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Italiano
AVVERTENZA
Per evitare incendi o cortocircuiti, l’apparecchio non
deve essere esposto alla pioggia o all’umidità.
All’interno del televisore sono presenti tensioni
pericolosamente alte. Non aprire l’apparecchio. Per
le riparazioni, rivolgersi esclusivamente a personale
specializzato.
Nel caso di malfunzionamenti o di necessarie
riparazioni dell’apparecchio, consultare un rivenditore
autorizzato Sony.
Questo apparecchio contiene sostanze che possono
inquinare l’ambiente se non vengono smaltite con le
dovute cautele. Per informazioni sulle normative in caso
di smaltimento di questo apparecchio, si prega di
contattare il nostro rappresentante locale o il centro di
informazioni ambientali di zona.
AVVERTENZA
QUESTO APPARECCHIO DEVE ESSERE
COLLOGATO A MASSA.
PER I CLIENTI IN EUROPA
Questo apparecchio è stato progettato rispettando le
norme per i dispositivi di Classe B in conformità agli
standard EN60601-1-2. Tuttavia, se durante
l’accensione o lo spegnimento il presente apparecchio
dovesse provocare interferenze dannose ad altri
dispositivi, l’utente è tenuto a correggere tali
interferenze adottando le seguenti precauzioni:
• Aumentare la distanza tra l’apparecchio e gli altri
dispositivi.
• Collegare l’apparecchio ad una presa di rete o ad un
circuito diverso da quello utilizzato per collegare gli
altri dispositivi.
• Consultare il rivenditore o un tecnico radio/TV
specializzato per risolvere eventuali problemi.
Assicurarsi di collegare il cavo di alimentazione CA
ad una presa con messa a terra.
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Per i clienti in Europa
Questo prodotto recante il marchio CE è conforme sia
alla direttiva sulla compatibilità elettromagnetica
(EMC) (89/336/CEE) che alla direttiva sulle basse
tensioni (73/23/CEE) emesse dalla Commissione della
Comunità Europea.
La conformità a queste direttive implica la conformità
alle seguenti normative europee:
EN60950-1: Sicurezza dei prodotti
EN55103-1: Interferenza elettromagnetica (Emissione)
EN55103-2: Sensibilità ai disturbi elettromagnetici
(Immunità)
Questo prodotto è destinato all’uso nei seguenti
ambienti elettromagnetici:
E1 (residenziale), E2 (commerciali e industriali leggeri),
E3 (esterni urbani) e E4 (ambienti EMC controllati, ad
esempio studi televisivi).
Simboli sull’apparecchio
Informazioni importanti per la sicurezza
nell’uso in ambiente sanitario
1. Tutte le apparecchiature collegate a questo
apparecchio dovranno essere in possesso di
certificazione in conformità alle norme IEC60601-1,
IEC60950-1, IEC60065 o altre norme IEC/ISO
applicabili.
2. In caso di utilizzo insieme ad altre apparecchiature in
aree destinate a pazienti* l’apparecchio dovrà essere
dotato di trasformatore oppure dovrà essere collegato
mediante un terminale di terra supplementare
all’impianto di messa a terra, a meno che già in
possesso di certificazione conforme alla norme
IEC60601-1 e IEC60601-1-1.
Simbolo
Posizione
Significato
Lato inferiore
Interruttore principale di
alimentazione.
Premere questo tasto per
accendere il monitor.
Lato inferiore
Interruttore principale di
alimentazione.
Premere questo tasto per
spegnere il monitor.
Lato inferiore
Terminale equipotenziale
che porta le varie parti di
un sistema allo stesso
livello.
Lato inferiore
Terminale funzionale di
terra
Pannello
anteriore
Controllo luminosità
Pannello
anteriore
Controllo contrasto
Pannello
anteriore
Inibizione tasto
Le impostazioni vengono
bloccate per impedirne la
modifica.
R1
.5
m
* Aree destinate a pazienti
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3. La corrente di dispersione può aumentare se
collegato ad altre apparecchiature.
4. L’operatore deve fare attenzione a non toccare
contemporaneamente i circuiti di entrata e uscita del
pannello posteriore e il paziente.
5. Il modello LMD-2140MD è un monitor concepito
per l’impiego nel settore medico. Serve a
visualizzare immagini provenienti da videocamere o
da altri sistemi video. Questi modelli non sono
progettati per le aree di cura dei pazienti per quanto
riguarda le norme relative alla dispersione di
corrente.
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Attenzione
In fase di smaltimento dell’unità o degli accessori,
rispettare la legislazione locale o le normative vigenti sul
luogo di lavoro.
Avvertenza sul collegamento dell’alimentazione
Utilizzare un cavo di alimentazione adeguato all’alimentazione del Paese in cui ci si trova.
Stati Uniti
Canada
Europa
continentale
Tipo di spina
PER L’USO IN OSPEDALE
PER L’USO IN OSPEDALE
LP-34A
Terminale femmina
E41395
LL33182
LS-60
Tipo di cavo
E41395-A
LL76662
H05VV-F
Tensione e corrente
nominale
10A/125V
10A/125V
10A/250V
Approvazione di
sicurezza
UL
CSA
VDE
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嫊⎮
嬢⡫ᵮ䗨䪊⍛
䪊⍛
ằ仒
䪊⍛⎏ᶭ
ⷹ恌
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㉭ᵤᵯ㫈⹤⃗ㆷ⹤䘵太
◌Ɂ
ⷹ恌
ᶟ䒙㷴⹤⃗Ɂ
㉭ᵤᵯ㫈⹤⃗⃗救䘵太
◌Ɂ
ⷹ恌
ợ䱟乃ㆤ㙭恌Ṛὁ㉥⍰
ᵤ䒙ằ䗨䪭䒙ằ㌉⚔䩓
⪴Ɂ
ⷹ恌
∃偡㌉⚔䩓⪴
8
↱曆
Ḓ⸊㌋↚
6
↱曆
⭝㬸⸊㌋↚
↱曆
摥⫾撒
「⍓ṉ⭪嬢仒摥⫾濇弽
㞛⍓ṉ斖㫆⭝⃚弿垰ὒ
㒝Ɂ
ᶞᷪ斖㫆䒙⅟Ẉ⬗濇孛ᵱ壥⭪㫈嬢⡫㘘暖⚌晌ᶑㅺ
㻒㷣䗨䌓⟧ᶑɁ
㫈嬢⡫⃩恌㙭樼⋯䒙濇孛≣ㆷ⹤㚞⡗Ɂ⣦㜀嬢⡫⅞
䌔㒩昀孛ᵷᵾḞ⎼岃岇乘ὒɁ
⣦㜀嬢⡫晤壥乘ὒㅺ乘㈈濇孛侸䱟㋬㚧䗨 Sony 丳
摤⒪Ɂ
⣦㜀㫈嬢⡫⡨仒ᵱ⺷濇⫧⎏㙭䗨䇍岌Ṿ⭝䌓⟧径ㅴ
㯅㜷Ɂ⣦㜀晤壥⡨䍪㫈嬢⡫濇孛侸䱟⺷⚔䗨ṇ埌⡨
ㅺ䌓⟧恌敌Ɂ
嫊⎮
㫈嬢⡫⼩柟凓⣡㌉⚔Ɂ
孛⭪ AC 䒙㷴丣彂㌉↔㙭㌉⚔䗨㌶⸋ᶑɁ
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ᶑ㓫
䒆␥ᵮ䗨䪊嗃
䪊嗃
ằ仒
䪊嗃び伍
ⷹ恌♺
ᶟ晟㷴擯敀Ɂ
㉭ᵯ⋗⍓擯Ⓝ妑´晟
㷴Ɂ
ⷹ恌♺
ᶟ晟㷴擯敀Ɂ
㉭ᵯ⋗⍓敀擭妑´晟
㷴Ɂ
ⷹ恌♺
䪭晟ằ䲦䩓ợ妑´⍨恌
Ṛ䗨晟ằ䙜䪭Ɂ
ⷹ恌♺
∃偡㌉⚔䲦䩓
8
㫇曆♺
Ḓ⸊㌋↚慹
6
㫇曆♺
⭱㬸㌋↚慹
㫇曆♺
㉭拙ㇵ↚
拺ẳ妑⫾ᾠ濇ṉ忣₱嫮
㙘⫧ήɁ
嫊⎮
剉壥忣₱峛㿏ㅺ晟㐮⋕明濇娯≣⭫㚐㧃◌㙁暖⚌晌
ᶑㅺ㻒㼹䐔⟧ᶑɁ
㧃◌⃋恌㙭⋕明樼晟⠷Ɂ娯≣擯Ⓝ㧃㬠Ɂ娯
䒕⍬
㞠䗨䴑ὒḞ⑅徖垰䴑ὒɁ
剉䗠䒃㒩昀ㅺ晤壥䴑ὒ㖦濇娯㲡㋬㩮䗨 Sony 䳷戛
⒪Ɂ
㚐㧃◌≩⎏⍓偡㯅㜷䐔⟧䗨䇍屎濇⼩杬⭳⼧喹䍪Ɂ
娯俓䳅「㙤張䗨ṇ埌弊⃐⬈ㅺ䓚⚔䗨䐔ὁ㧃敀濇Ừ
㲡姆㠨仒喹䍪㚐㧃◌䗨ᷯ⬀Ɂ
嫊⎮
㫈妑´⼩杬㌉⚔䴾Ɂ
娯䠞⫾ AC 晟㷴䴾徇㌉兗㙭㌉⚔䗨晟㷴㌶⸋Ɂ
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ëò
‫ ߾ۊ‬Ԃ‫ ڬ‬Ņॸ
Ņॸ
‫߾ڌ‬
Ņॸ‫ڬ ڬ‬П
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ⶖ Ⲟ⭪ ✾⮞㋲ .
Ⰾ ✾⮞㋲Ḗ ᚦᲆ ὂᝢ
㗊Ḗ ㏇ᝢ᝾ .
㧲គ
ⶖ Ⲟ⭪ ✾⮞㋲ .
Ⰾ ✾⮞㋲Ḗ ᚦᲆ ὂᝢ
㗊Ḗ ᓯᝢ᝾ .
㧲គ
❶✾㗶⯲ ⪆ᲆ √∞⯞
ᡳⰖ㧶 Ⲟ⮞ᳶ Ṧ᥶ᜮ
ᦋⲞ⮞ គⰪⰟᝢ᝾ .
㧲គ
ⲫ⹚ គⰪ
8
ⲞἎ
₷ዊ ⴊⲯ
6
ⲞἎ
㎂㝒ᰖ✾㝒 ⴊⲯ
ⲞἎ
㔾 ⴊⰫ ኢ⹚
▾ⲯⰎ ⅚ᅗᢲ⹚ ⧤ᡞ᳷
᳷㔆ᣃᝢ᝾ .
ং‫ی‬lj ­ۡ ‫ڌ‬य़‫ ڠ‬йܹॆ͘Ϟ ‫ ¦߾ۊ‬ЃŅlj ֋Ņ
‫ ب‬Ȋߡʢܹ ‫׳‬ʐͦ ॆ֕֎‫ ه‬.
‫ ߾ۊ‬ǚѿ‫ب‬ȿ ò‫ ڱ׹‬Ӷ‫ٲ‬ʢКͥ ‫ڌ‬य़ौɌɖ . ۢ
ɨ Ѭ޻Λ ‫ ܹش‬Ϋ֕֎‫ ه‬. ‫ڿ‬â ‫ڻ‬ȿ ۡЁ ۧҢ ٫‫ٿ‬
έ ԚҢօΛ ֒֎ॏ؈ ौɌɖ .
⪾ᡳⰫⰎ ₶╷㧲ᄊᔲ ⮺⹚ ↎⚲ႚ 㧞⬮㧲Ἆ Sony ᆏ
Ⱂ រṆⲪ⩪ ῒ⯲㧲➇❶⪾ .
Ⰾ ⰿ㋲⩪ᜮ √ⶖ⯲㧲ᄦ 㡪ዊ㧺 ᅗ⭊ 㫲ᅗ⯞ ⪾⪖❶
㕆 ⚲ Ⱒᜮ ῖ⹢Ⰾ 㢆㨂ᢲ⩎ Ⱒ❏ᝢ᝾ . Ⰾ ⰿ㋲Ḗ 㡪
ዊ㧺 ᅗ⭊⩪ᜮ ႚዦ⭎ ន╆ ▶⋞✾ ◖㗊ᔲ ⹚⪇ 㡪
ዊῖ ㄲṆ ◖㗊⩪ ῒ⯲㧲➇❶⪾ .
ëò
‫߾ۊ ڱ‬ȿ ‫ܹۥ‬ʢ‫ؗ‬؈έ ौɌɖ .
AC Ⲟ⭪ ㏮᥶ᜮ ⲫ⹚ ㏲◖㝒⩪ 㫯❾㰢 ⪊ᅊᢲ⩎
Ⱒ⩎⨖ 㨃ᝢ᝾ .
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Table of Contents
Precaution ............................................................ 16
On Safety .......................................................... 16
On Installation .................................................. 16
About the LCD Display Panel .......................... 16
About the Fluorescent Tube ............................. 16
On Cleaning ...................................................... 16
Disposal of the Unit .......................................... 17
Recommendation to Use more than One Unit . 17
On Repacking ................................................... 17
On Fan Error ..................................................... 17
Features ................................................................ 17
Location and Function of Parts and Controls .. 19
Front Panel ....................................................... 19
Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items ..... 21
Bottom .............................................................. 22
Connecting the AC Power Cord ......................... 23
Attaching the Input Adaptor .............................. 24
Selecting the Default Settings ............................. 24
Selecting the Menu Language ............................ 26
Using the Menu .................................................... 27
Loading USER MEMORY ................................. 28
Adjustment Using the Menus ............................. 28
Items ................................................................. 28
Adjusting and Changing the Settings ............... 29
STATUS menu............................................. 29
COLOR TEMP menu................................... 30
USER CONTROL menu.............................. 30
USER CONFIG menu.................................. 32
REMOTE menu ........................................... 33
USER MEMORY menu............................... 33
Saving the user memory............................... 34
INPUT SELECT menu ................................ 35
KEY INHIBIT menu.................................... 35
USER SERVICE menu ................................ 35
Troubleshooting ................................................... 36
Specifications ........................................................ 36
Dimensions/Mass ................................................. 42
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Precaution
On Safety
• Operate the unit on 100 – 240 V AC only.
• The nameplate indicating operating voltage, etc. is
located on the rear.
• Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet,
unplug the unit and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
• Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if it is not to be
used for several days or more.
• To disconnect the AC power cord, pull it out by
grasping the plug. Never pull the cord itself.
• The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
• If the unit is used in a cold place, a residual image may
appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction. When
the monitor becomes warm, the screen returns to
normal.
• If a still picture is displayed for a long time, a residual
image may appear. The residual image will eventually
disappear.
• The screen and the cabinet become warm during
operation. This is not a malfunction.
About the Fluorescent Tube
• A specially designed fluorescent tube is installed as
the lighting apparatus for this unit. If the LCD screen
becomes dark, unstable or does not turn on, consult
your Sony dealer.
On Cleaning
On Installation
• Prevent internal heat build-up allowing adequate air
circulation.
Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.)
or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block
the ventilation holes.
• Do not install the unit near heat sources such as
radiators or air ducts, or in a place subject to direct
sunlight, excessive dust, mechanical vibration or
shock.
• Do not place the monitor near equipment which
generates magnetism, such as a transformer or high
voltage power lines.
• When you install the unit to a wall, ceiling, mount arm
or operating light, consult to qualified personnel.
About the LCD Display Panel
• Although the LCD display panel is made with highprecision technology, black dots may appear or bright
points of light (red, blue, or green) may appear
constantly on the LCD screen. And a color shade or
bight shade may appear according to a viewing angle.
These are structural properties of the LCD panel and
are not malfunctions.
• The LCD screen is made with high-precision
technology and more than 99.99% of the picture
element is intact. However, some of the picture
element may not appear or some of the picture element
may appear constantly.
• Do not leave the LCD screen facing the sun as it can
damage the LCD screen. Take care when you place the
unit by a window.
• Do not push or scratch the LCD monitor’s screen. Do
not place a heavy object on the LCD monitor’s screen.
This may cause the screen to lose uniformity.
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Precaution
Before cleaning
Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord from the AC
outlet.
On cleaning the monitor
A material that withstands sterilization is used for the
front protection plate of the medical use LCD monitor.
The protection plate surface is especially treated to
reduce reflection of light. When solvents such as
benzene or thinner, or acid, alkaline or abrasive
detergent, or chemical cleaning cloth are used for the
protection plate surface/monitor surface, the
performance of the monitor may be impaired or the
finish of the surface may be damaged. Take care with
respect to the following:
• Clean the protection plate surface/monitor surface
with a 50 to 70 v/v% concentration of isopropyl
alcohol or a 76.9 to 81.4 v/v% concentration of
ethanol using a swab method. Wipe the protection
plate surface gently (wipe using less than 1 N force).
• Stubborn stains may be removed with a soft cloth such
as a cleaning cloth lightly dampened with mild
detergent solution using a swab method and then clean
using the above chemical solution.
Never use solvents such as benzene or thinner, or acid,
alkaline or abrasive detergent, or chemical cleaning
cloth for cleaning or sterilization, as they will damage
the protection plate surface/monitor surface.
• Do not use unnecessary force to rub the protection
plate surface/monitor surface with a stained cloth.
The protection plate surface/monitor surface may be
scratched.
• Do not keep the protection plate surface/monitor
surface in contact with a rubber or vinyl resin product
for a long period of time. The finish of the surface
may deteriorate or the coating may come off.
Disposal of the Unit
• Do not dispose of the unit with general waste.
Do not include the monitor with household waste.
• The fluorescent tube includes mercury. Dispose of the
monitor in accordance with the regulations of your
local sanitation authority.
Recommendation to Use more than
One Unit
• As problems can occasionally occur for the monitor,
when the monitor is used for safety control of
personnel, assets or stable picture, or for emergencies,
we strongly recommend you use more than one unit or
prepare a spare unit.
On Repacking
• Do not throw away the carton and packing materials.
They make an ideal container which to transport the
unit.
If you have any questions about this unit, contact your
authorized Sony dealer.
On Fan Error
• The fan for cooling the unit is built in. When the
“FAN ERROR” message is displayed, turn off the
power and contact an authorized Sony dealer.
Features
Compliance of safety standards in
America, Canada and Europe
UL60601-1 for America, CSA C22.2 No.601.1 for
Canada and EN 60601-1 for Europe have been obtained
for this monitor.
The monitor is designed for easy maintenance, with the
sheet switch, screen protect panel, etc.
Picture
Sophisticated I/P (Interlace to Progressive)
Conversion
The LMD-2140MD provides sophisticated I/P
conversion with Sony’s original X-Algorithm
technology. This technology combines the pixels above,
below and in the diagonal direction of the moving
picture part, and then inserts a natural pixel.
The direct result is much smoother image reproduction
for both moving and static picture areas.
Full digital image processing circuitry
As well as digital signals, all signals including analog
signals are converted into digital signals without any
deterioration in the pictures via a full digital image
processing circuitry.
Two color system available
The monitor can display NTSC and PAL signals by
connecting this unit. The appropriate color system is
selected automatically.
Auto chroma/phase function
The chroma and phase of the decoder are automatically
adjusted with the auto chroma phase function.
High-quality LCD panel
Because the monitor uses high brightness, high
resolution and ultra-wide viewing angle technology, the
monitor can be used under various lighting conditions
and in numerous ways (hanging on the wall, several
ways of monitoring the picture, etc.).
Because a color filter with wide-color reproduction and
LCD materials with high response speed are used, the
motion picture of the video signal is displayed clearer.
Input
Accepts analog RGB input signals
Adopting the scan converter allows this monitor to
detect VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA analog RGB
signals input to the HD15 input connector.
Features
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Accepts DVI-D (digital) input signals
Adopting the scan converter allows this monitor to
detect VGA, SVGA, XGA and SXGA digital computer
signals input to the DVI input connector.
To view SXGA signals when the DVI input is selected,
use the cable within 3 m (118 1/8 inches) in length.
Power saving function
The monitor enters into power saving mode to reduce
the power consumption when no signal is input.
Optional slot for the video signal
Two optional input adaptors can be attached. The
composite, Y/C, component, analog RGB, SDI or DV
signal can be input depending on the input connectors of
the board to be used.
User memory function
You can save the 20 picture settings with the name. The
user memory data can be saved or loaded between the
monitor and the equipment (PC, etc.) connected in
serial remote mode.
Multi-format
NTSC or PAL color system or DTV format, such as
720P, 1080I, etc. can be selected automatically.
Two kinds of ground terminals
Two kinds of ground terminals are built into the monitor
to equal the electric potential.
External sync input
The unit can be operated on the sync signal supplied
from an external sync generator.
External remote control function
You can directly select the input signal, aspect, etc. by
operating the connected equipment.
Functions
Other
APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) function
You can display pictures from the HD 15 input
connector in the appropriate size by simply pressing the
APA key.
Optional stand
It is more convenient to install the monitor on a desk by
using the optional stand (SU-560).
Automatic termination (connector with
mark only)
The input connector is terminated internally at 75 ohms
when nothing has been connected to the output
connector. If a cable is connected to the output
connector, the internal terminal is automatically
released and the signals input to the input connector are
output to the output connector (loop-through).
Select color temperature and gamma mode
You can select the color temperature from among four
(HIGH, LOW, LOW2, LOW3) settings and gamma
mode from among five settings. You can also adjust the
color temperature to the appropriate setting in “USER”.
Aspect setting
You can set the monitor to 4:3 or 16:9 display mode
according to the input signal.
Scan function
You can select the display from among “NORMAL”,
“UNDER”, “OVER”, “ZOOM” and “NATIVE (NTSC,
PAL, 480/60I and 575/50I only)”.
Select language display
You can select your language for the display from seven
languages - English, German, French, Italian, Spanish,
Japanese and Chinese.
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Features
Key inhibit function
You can inhibit the key to prevent missing an operation.
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
Front Panel
2
APA
+
–
+
+
–
–
4
5
ENTER USER MEMORY
MENU
INPUT
POWER
REMOTE
-
+
–
1
3
a [/a (Power) switch
Press [ to turn on the power and a to turn off the power.
When the power is turned on, the POWER indicator
lights.
b Tally lamp
The lamp lights by the connection to control the tally.
For details, refer to “Pin assignment” on page 38.
6
7
8
9
0
qa
qs
qd
f MENU key
Press to display the on-screen menu.
Press again to clear the menu.
The USER SERVICE menu (on page 35) appears by
keeping the MENU key pressed.
For menu operations, refer to “Using the Menu” on
page 27.
c APA (Auto Pixel Alignment) key
Adjust a picture clearest automatically while a signal is
input from the HD15 input connector. To adjust the
picture further for finer picture due to the input signal,
see the “DOT PHASE” on page 32.
Press the MENU key to stop the APA operation.
The APA function does not work when the menu is
displayed.
g Arrow keys (M/m/</,)
Select the menu or to make various adjustments.
d 8 (Brightness) +/– keys
+: press for more brightness.
–: press for less brightness.
The value is reset to the default setting by pressing the +
and – keys simultaneously.
j INPUT M/m keys
Select the input signal. Each time you press the M key,
the input signal switches as follows. When the m key is
pressed, the input signal switches in reverse order.
e 6 (Contrast) +/– keys
+: press to make the contrast stronger.
–: press to make the contrast weaker.
The value is reset to the default setting by pressing the +
and – keys simultaneously.
h ENTER key
Press to decide a selected item in the menu.
i USER MEMORY key
Press to load the picture settings saved in the USER
MEMORY menu (on page 33).
COMPOSITE T
r
Y/C
r
RGB
r
COMPONENT
r
OPTION A-1
t
HD15
R
DV I
R
OPTION B-2
R
OPTION B-1
R
OPTION A-2
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
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Notes
• The signal set to “OFF” in the INPUT SELECT menu
is not selected with the INPUT key and skipped. To
select the signal, select “ON”.
• When an input adaptor is not attached, “OPTION” is
skipped automatically.
k - (Key inhibit) indicator
When the key inhibit function works, the indicator
lights.
For the key inhibit function, refer to “REMOTE menu”
on page 33 and “KEY INHIBIT menu” on page 35.
l REMOTE indicator
When the serial remote (RS-232C) is operable, the
indicator lights.
For the remote function, refer to “REMOTE menu” on
page 33.
m POWER indicator
When the power is turned on, the indicator lights in
amber and then in green.
This indicator lights in amber in power saving mode.
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Location and Function of Parts and Controls
Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Items
Input signal
Item
Video*1,
B&
W*1
Component*2
RGB*2
SDI
DV*5
DVI
HD15
Y/C*1
SD
HD
SD
HD
D1*3
HD*4
CONTRAST
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
BRIGHT
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
CHROMA
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
APERTURE
a
a
a
a
×
×
×
a
×
×
×
×
a
a (NTSC)
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
COLOR TEMP
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
AUTO CHROMA/
PHASE
a
×
a
a
×
×
a
a
a
×
×
COMP LEVEL
×
×
a
(480/
60I)
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
NTSC SETUP
a (NTSC)
a
(480/60I)
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
GAMMA
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
SCAN*6
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
ASPECT
a
a
a
a
a
SIZE H
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
a
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
APA
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
SHIFT
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
DOT PHASE
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
a
POWER SAVING
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
PIC DELAY MIN
a
a
a
×
a
×
a
×
a
×
×
PHASE
a : Adjustable/can be set
× : Not adjustable/cannot be set
a
a
*1 The signal can be input without an input adaptor.
When a BKM-227W is attached, a number of the
input is increased.
*2 The signal can be input without an input adaptor.
When a BKM-229X is attached, a number of the
input is increased.
*3 When a BKM-220D or BKM-243HS is attached,
the signal can be input.
*4 When a BKM-243HS is attached, the signal can be
input.
*5 When a BKM-255DV is attached, the signal can be
input.
*6 You may not be able to set this item due to the input
signal. For details, see “Scan mode image” on page
31.
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
21
Bottom
1 2 3456
+
–
+
–
8
9
a COMPOSITE connector (BNC)
Input connector for composite signals.
b Y/C connector (4-pin mini-DIN)
Input connector for Y/C signals.
c G/Y connector (BNC)
Input connector for component Y (luminance) and G of
RGB signals.
d B/PB connector (BNC)
Input connector for PB (blue color difference) of
component signals and B of RGB signals.
e R/PR connector (BNC)
Input connector for PR (red color difference) of
component signals and R of RGB signals.
f EXT SYNC (External sync) connector (BNC)
When this unit operates on an external sync signal,
connect the reference signal from a sync generator to
this connector.
Select “EXT” in “SYNC” of the USER CONFIG menu
(on page 32) to use the sync signal through this
connector.
Note
When inputting a video signal with the jitters, etc. the
picture may be disturbed. We recommend using the
TBC (time base corrector).
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7
Location and Function of Parts and Controls
0
qa
qs
qd
qf
g Optional input slots
An optional input adaptor can be attached according to
your requirements. Press the INPUT key to select the
signals.
h
/I (Equipotential/Function Earth) terminal
(equipotential) terminal
Connects the equipotential plug.
I (function earth) terminal
Connects the earth cable.
i AC IN socket
Connect the supplied AC power cord.
j Loop-through output connectors
The signals input to the input connectors (1, b, c,
d, e and f) are output here. Connect to the
equipment according to the input signal.
When the cable is connected to this connector, the 75ohm termination of the input automatically released, and
the signal from the input connector is output from this
connector.
k DVI input connector (DVI-D)
DVI Rev.1.0 applicable digital RGB signal is input.
To view SXGA signals when the DVI input is selected,
use the cable within 3 m (118 1/8 inches) in length.
l HD15 input connector (HD D-Sub 15 pin)
An analog RGB video signal (0.7 Vp-p, positive
polarity) and sync signal are input.
The Plug & Play function corresponds to DDC2B.
m PARALLEL REMOTE terminal (modular
connector, 8-pin)
Connects a parallel switch and controls the monitor
externally.
For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
modular connector.
For details on the pin assignment and factory setting
function assigned to each pin, see “Pin assignment” on
page 38.
Connecting the AC
Power Cord
Connect the supplied AC power cord as illustrated.
The two AC plug holders are supplied. Use one of them
that will securely hold the AC plug.
1
n SERIAL REMOTE (RS-232C) terminal (D-Sub
9 pin)
Connects to the RS-232C control connector on external
equipment connected to the monitor. The monitor can
be operated according to control commands sent from
external equipment connected to it.
Plug the AC power cord into the AC IN socket on
the rear panel. Then, attach the AC plug holder to
the AC power cord.
AC IN socket
For details on the pin assignment and function assigned
to each pin, see “Pin assignment” on page 38.
For details, refer to the Interface Manual for
Programmers (saved in the supplied CD-ROM,
Japanese and English only).
AC cord
AC plug holder (Supplied)
2
Slide the AC plug holder over the cord until it locks.
To remove the AC power cord
Pull out the AC plug holder while pressing the lock
levers.
Connecting the AC Power Cord
23
Attaching the Input
Adaptor
Selecting the Default
Settings
Before attaching the input adaptor, disconnect the power
cord.
Attach the input adaptor to the optional input slot after
removing the panel of the slot.
When you turn on the unit for the first time after
purchasing it, select the area where you intend to use this
unit from among the options.
The default setting values for each area
1
Remove the panel of the optional input slot.
3
1
5
4
3
2
2
3
Insert the input adaptor into the slot.
1NORTH AMERICA
INPUT
MONITOR
COMP
LEVEL
NTSC
SETUP
Low
BETA7.5
7.5
OUT
2LATIN AMERICA
PAL&PAL-N AREA
NTSC&PAL-M AREA
ARGENTINA
Low
SMPTE
0
PARAGUAY
Low
SMPTE
0
URUGUAY
Low
SMPTE
0
OTHER AREA
Low
BETA7.5
7.5
Low
SMPTE
0
NTSC AREA
Low
BETA7.5
7.5
PAL AREA
Low
SMPTE
0
High
SMPTE
0
3AFRICA AUSTRALASIA
3
COLOR
TEMP
EUROPE MIDDLE-EAST
Tighten the screws.
4ASIA EXCEPT JAPAN
5JAPAN
INPUT
MONITOR
OUT
+
–
+
–
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Attaching the Input Adaptor / Selecting the Default Settings
+
–
MENU
+
–
ENTER USER MEMORY
INPUT
R
-
1
4 If ASIA EXCEPT JAPAN is selected:
Customers who will use this unit in the shaded
areas shown in the map below should select NTSC
AREA.
Other customers should select PAL AREA.
Press the POWER switch to turn on the unit.
The power is turned on and the SELECT SETTING
screen appears.
1 North America
S E L EC T S E T T I NG
xN O R T H A M E R I C A
• L A T I N AMER I CA
• AFR I CA AUSTRA L AS I A
EUROP E M I DD L E - E A S T
• AS I A EXCEPT J APAN
• J APAN
2 Latin America
3 Africa Australia/New
Zealand, Europe, Middle
East, Russia
4 Asia Except Japan
5 Japan
2
Press the M or m key to select the area where you
intend to use the unit and press the ENTER key.
If you select either 1, 3 or 5
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area. When the setting is wrong, press the
MENU key to return to the previous screen.
AS I A EXCEPT
xN T S C A R E A
SE L ECT
NOR T H
TH I S
J APAN
NTSC area
A R E A?
• PAL
AMER I CA
AREA
PAL area
[ E N T E R ] Y ES
[ MENU ] NO
3
If you select either 2 or 4
One of the following screens appears. Press the M
or m key to narrow the area further and then press
the ENTER key.
The confirmation screen is displayed. Confirm the
selected area. When the setting is wrong, press the
MENU key to return to the previous screen.
Press the ENTER key.
The area setting is executed and the COMPLETED
screen is displayed.
C OM P L E T ED
NOR T H
AMER I CA
[EN T ER ] E X I T MENU
[ M E N U ] U N D O S E T TI N G S
2 If LATIN AMERICA is selected:
Press the MENU key to return to previous screen
and undo settings.
PAL&PAL-N area
L A T I N AMER I CA
xP A L & P A L - N A R E A
ARGEN T I NA
P ARAGUA Y
URUGUA Y
• NTSC&PA L - M AREA
OTHER AREA
Argentina
Paraguay
Uruguay
NTSC&PAL-M area
Other area
4
Press the ENTER key.
The COMPLETED screen is disappeared and the
default setting is completed.
Note
When you have selected the wrong area, set the
following items using the menu.
• COLOR TEMP (on page 30)
• COMP LEVEL (on page 35)
• NTSC SETUP (on page 35)
See “The default setting values for each area” (on
page 24)
Selecting the Default Settings
25
Selecting the Menu
Language
You can select one of seven languages (English,
German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese)
for displaying the menu and other on-screen displays.
“ENGLISH (English)” is selected in the default setting.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
4
Press the M or m key to select “LANGUAGE”, then
press the , or ENTER key.
The selected item is displayed in yellow.
5
Press the M or m key to select a language, then press
the ENTER key.
The menu changes to the selected language.
USER CONFIG (1/2) Rr
· SYNC
xxx
xL A N G U A G E
xxxxxxx
· P O W E R S AV I N G
xxx
· COMPUTER DETECT···
AU T O C H R O M A / P H A S E
· AU T O A D J VA L U E
· S TA R T · · ·
xxx
To clear the menu
+
–
+
–
+
Press the MENU key.
The menu disappears automatically if a key is not
pressed for one minute.
+
–
MENU
ENTER USER MEMORY
INPUT
R
–
-
1
Press the POWER switch to turn on the unit.
2
Press the MENU key.
The menu appears.
S TAT U S ( 1 / 2 ) R r
F O R M AT
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
3
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xxxxxxxx
xxx
x
xxxxx
x
Press the M or m key to select the USER CONFIG
1/2 (User Configuration 1/2) menu, then press the
, or ENTER key.
The setting items (icons) in the selected menu are
displayed in yellow.
USER CONFIG (1/2) Rr
· SYNC
xxx
xL A N G U A G E
xxxxxxx
· P O W E R S AV I N G
xxx
· COMPUTER DETECT···
AU T O C H R O M A / P H A S E
· AU T O A D J VA L U E
· S TA R T · · ·
26
Selecting the Menu Language
xxx
3
Using the Menu
The unit is equipped with an on-screen menu for making
various adjustments and settings such as picture control,
input setting, set setting change, etc. You can also
change the menu language displayed in the on-screen
menu.
To change the menu language, see “Selecting the Menu
Language” on page 26.
The current settings are displayed in place of the x
marks on the illustrations of the menu screen.
Select an item.
Use the M or m key to select the item, then press the
, or ENTER key.
The item to be changed is displayed in yellow.
Note
If the menu consists of multiple pages, press M or
m to go to the desired menu page.
4
Make the setting or adjustment on an item.
When changing the adjustment level:
To increase the number, press the M key.
To decrease the number, press the m key.
Press the ENTER key to confirm the number.
When changing the setting:
Press the M or m key to change the setting.
Press the ENTER key to confirm the setting.
Note
+
–
An item displayed in blue cannot be accessed. You
can access the item if it is displayed in white.
+
–
To clear the menu
+
–
+
MENU
ENTER USER MEMORY
INPUT
R
–
-
Press the MENU key.
The menu disappears automatically if a key is not
pressed for one minute.
About the memory of the settings
1
Press the MENU key.
The menu appears.
S TAT U S ( 1 / 2 ) R r
F O R M AT
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
2
The settings are automatically stored in the monitor
memory.
To reset items that have been adjusted
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xxxxxxxx
xxx
x
xxxxx
x
Note
Use the M or m key to select a menu, then press the
, or ENTER key.
The menu icon presently selected is shown in
yellow and setting items are displayed.
USER CONTROL
xC H R O M A
· PHASE
· APERTURE
· GAMMA
· ASPECT
· SCAN
· P I C D E L AY M I N
Pressing the M and m keys simultaneously while you are
adjusting any of the menu items resets the menu item to
the previous setting.
The operation may be different from the explanation
above. Follow the explanation displayed at the lower
part of the menu screen.
xx
xx
xxx
x
xxx
xxxxxx
xxx
Using the Menu
27
Loading USER MEMORY
You can load the picture settings saved in the USER
MEMORY menu (on page 34).
Adjustment Using the
Menus
Items
STATUS (the items indicate the
current settings.) (on page 29)
+
–
+
+
–
1
MENU
+
–
ENTER USER MEMORY
INPUT
R
–
-
Press the “USER MEMORY” key.
The USER MEMORY menu appears.
U S E R M E M O RY ( 1 / 3 ) R r
xD E FAU LT
·
·
·
·
·
·
2
3
01
02
03
04
05
06
USER01
USER02
USER03
USER04
USER05
USER06
Select the memory number.
< or , key: to move the page
M or m key: to select the memory number
Press the ENTER key.
After loading the picture settings from the selected
memory, the menu disappears.
To stop selecting the memory
Press the USER MEMORY key.
The USER MEMORY menu disappears.
To reset the settings
Select “DEFAULT”, then press the ENTER key.
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Loading USER MEMORY / Adjustment Using the Menus
For the video input
FORMAT
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
For the DVI/HD15 input
FORMAT
fH
fV
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
COLOR TEMP (on page 30)
COLOR TEMP
USER CONTROL (on page 30)
CHROMA
PHASE
APERTURE
GAMMA
ASPECT
SCAN
PIC DELAY MIN
USER CONFIG (on page 32)
For the video input
SYNC
LANGUAGE
POWER SAVING
COMPUTER DETECT
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
SHIFT H
SHIFT V
RESET
For the DVI/HD15 input
SYNC
LANGUAGE
POWER SAVING
COMPUTER DETECT
AUTO CHROMA/PHASE
SIZE H
SHIFT H
SHIFT V
DOT PHASE
RESET
REMOTE (on page 33)
PARALLEL REMOTE
SERIAL REMOTE
Adjusting and Changing the
Settings
STATUS menu
The STATUS menu is used to display the current status
of the unit. The following items are displayed:
For the video input
S TAT U S ( 1 / 2 ) R r
F O R M AT
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
xxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxxx
xxx
x
xxxxx
x
S TAT U S ( 2 / 2 ) R r
LMD-2140MD
xxxxxxx
OPTION A
BKM-220D
xxxxxxx
OPTION B
N O T I N S TA L L E D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FORMAT
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
USER MEMORY (on page 33)
01∼20
INPUT SELECT (on page 35)
ALL RESET
STANDARD INPUT
OPTION
KEY INHIBIT (on page 35)
KEY INHIBIT
USER SERVICE (on page 35)
FORMAT DISP
COMP LEVEL
NTSC SETUP
USER COLOR TEMP
Adjustment Using the Menus
29
USER CONTROL menu
For the DVI/HD15 input
S TAT U S ( 1 / 2 ) R r
F O R M AT
fH
fV
COLOR
GAMMA
TEMP
xxx
xxxxxxx
xxxxxx
xxxx
xxxx
x
The USER CONTROL menu is used for adjusting the
picture.
Items that cannot be adjusted depending on the input
signal are displayed in blue.
USER CONTROL
xC H R O M A
· PHASE
· APERTURE
· GAMMA
· ASPECT
· SCAN
· P I C D E L AY M I N
S TAT U S ( 2 / 2 ) R r
LMD-2140MD
xxxxxxx
OPTION A
BKM-220D
xxxxxxx
OPTION B
N O T I N S TA L L E D
Submenu
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
FORMAT
fH
fV
COLOR TEMP
GAMMA
Model name and serial number
OPTION A and serial number
OPTION B and serial number
COLOR TEMP
xC O L O R T E M P
Adjusts color intensity. The higher
the setting, the greater the intensity.
The lower the setting, the lower the
intensity.
PHASE
Adjusts color tones. The higher the
setting, the more greenish the
picture. The lower the setting, the
more purplish the picture.
APERTURE
Adjusts the picture sharpness. The
higher the setting, the sharper the
picture.
GAMMA
Selects the appropriate gamma
mode. You can select from among
5 settings. When “3” is selected,
the setting is roughly same as the
gamma mode of the CRT (2.2).
ASPECT
Sets the aspect ratio of the picture.
When inputting 16:9 (squeezed)
signal from equipment such as a
DVD player, set to 16:9.
• 4:3: When the picture with ratio
4:3 is input.
• 16:9: When the picture with ratio
16:9 (squeezed) is input.
SCAN
Sets the scan size of the picture.
Select from among “NORMAL”,
“UNDER”, “OVER”, “ZOOM” and
“NATIVE (NTSC, PAL, 480/60I
and 575/50I only)” (see “Scan
mode image” on page 31).
30
xxxx
Submenu
Setting
COLOR TEMP
Select the color temperature from
among “HIGH” , “LOW”, “LOW2”,
“LOW3”and “USER” settings.
• HIGH (D93 or equivalent)
• LOW (D65 or equivalent)
• LOW2 (D56 or equivalent)
• LOW3
• USER: You can set to the color
temperature adjusted in the
USER SERVICE menu (on
page 35). When the mode other
than “USER” is selected, the
color temperature cannot be
adjusted in the USER SERVICE
menu.
Adjustment Using the Menus
Setting
CHROMA
COLOR TEMP menu
The COLOR TEMP menu is used for selecting the color
temperature setting.
xx
xx
xxx
x
xxx
xxxxxx
xxx
Note
When inputting the 1035/60I
signal, the signal format is
displayed as 1080/60I on the
screen. A slightly squashed picture
is displayed at a little lower
position, because the picture is
displayed in 1035/1080 picture
ratio on a 16:9 screen. Adjust the
position to the center using the
SHIFT V setting (on page 32).
Scan mode image
Input
Selects to set the delay by the
picture processing to the minimum
level when the NTSC, PAL, 480/
60I or 575/50I signal is input.
• 0: Mode for giving precedence
to the picture quality
(recommended mode). This is a
mode suitable for an animation
and a still picture. It takes
longer than “1” or “2” for
processing the picture.
• 1: The processing time is short
and this is a mode suitable for an
animation.
• 2: The processing time is short
and this is a mode suitable for a
still picture.
4
16
9
3
NORMAL/
OVER
SCAN*2
4
16
3
UNDER
SCAN*3
9
16
4
3
9
ZOOM
16
–
9
1024
711
400
768
1024
768
NATIVE*4
533
PIC DELAY MIN
Setting
Image displayed*1
Submenu
711
*1 The image illustrated shows the input signal by
broken line and the efficient picture size by the solid
line.
*2 NORMAL: 7% over scan
OVER: 20% over scan
*3 –3% under scan
*4 NTSC, PAL, 480/60I and 575/50I signals are
displayed in the same size image. (The illustrations
show the image when 480/60I signals are input.)
Adjustment Using the Menus
31
USER CONFIG menu
Submenu
You can select a language, etc.
The item that cannot be accessed according to the input
signal is displayed in blue.
POWER SAVING
For the video input
USER CONFIG (1/2) Rr
· SYNC
xxx
xL A N G U A G E
xxxxxxx
· P O W E R S AV I N G
xxx
· COMPUTER DETECT···
AU T O C H R O M A / P H A S E
· AU T O A D J VA L U E
· S TA R T · · ·
USER CONFIG
xS H I F T H
· SHIFT V
xxx
(2/2) Rr
x
x
AUTO CHROMA/
PHASE
Adjusts color intensity (CHROMA)
and tones (PHASE).
• AUTO ADJ VALUE: Selects
“ON” or “OFF” of the Auto
adjustment. When set to
“OFF”, this parameter is
reset to the factory setting.
When set to “ON” the
automatically adjusted value
is enabled.
• START...: Display the color bar
signals (Full/SMPTE/EIA)
on the screen and press the
ENTER key. The auto
adjustment function starts.
After the adjustment is done
correctly, the AUTO ADJ
VALUE is automatically set
to ON.
The auto adjustment is
stopped by pressing the
MENU key during the auto
adjustment operation.
SIZE H
Adjusts the horizontal size of the
picture. The higher the setting, the
larger the horizontal size of the
picture. The lower the setting, the
smaller the horizontal size of the
picture.
SHIFT H
Adjusts the position of the picture.
As the setting increases, the picture
moves to the right, and as the
setting decreases, the picture moves
to the left.
SHIFT V
As the setting increases, the picture
moves up, and as the setting
decreases, the picture moves down.
DOT PHASE
Adjusts the dot phase. Adjust the
picture further for a finer picture
after the picture is adjusted by
pressing the APA key.
RESET
Resets the value of SIZE H, SHIFT
H, SHIFT V and DOT PHASE to
the factory preset value.
For the DVI/HD15 input
USER CONFIG (1/2) Rr
· SYNC
xxx
xL A N G U A G E
xxxxxxx
· P O W E R S AV I N G
xxx
· COMPUTER DETECT···
USER CONFIG (2/2) Rr
xS I Z E H
· SHIFT H
· SHIFT V
· D OT P H A S E
xxx
xxx
x
x
xx
· RESET
Submenu
SYNC
LANGUAGE
32
Setting
Select the sync signal.
• EXT: Select to operate the unit
on an external sync signal.
When the RGB signal is
input, “EXT” is the default
setting.
• INT: Select to operate the unit on
the sync signal included in
the monitored signal.
You can select the menu or message
language from among seven
languages.
• ENGLISH: English
• DEUTSCH: German
• FRANÇAIS: French
• ITALIANO: Italian
• ESPAÑOL: Spanish
•
: Japanese
•
: Chinese
Adjustment Using the Menus
Sets the power saving mode “ON”
or “OFF”. When set to “ON”, the
monitor goes into power saving
mode if no signal is input for about
one minute.
COMPUTER DETECT... The appropriate preset memory is
set for the signal from DVI and
HD15 input connector. Select
“PRESET1” for the standard PC
signal. Select “PRESET2”,
“PRESET3” or “PRESET4”when
the PC signal is not standard (on
page 41).
The preset memory is set for each
input connector of DVI and HD15.
· RESET
AU T O C H R O M A / P H A S E
· AU T O A D J VA L U E
· S TA R T · · ·
Setting
REMOTE menu
R E M OT E
xPA R A L L E L
· SERIAL
R E M OT E . . .
R E M O T E xxxxxxx
Submenu
Setting
PARALLEL
REMOTE
Select the REMOTE connector pins for
which you want to change the function.
You can assign various functions to 1 to
4 pins and 6 to 8 pins. The following
lists the functions you can assign to the
pins.
• – – (“– –”: No function is assigned.)
• COMPOSITE
• Y/C
• RGB
• COMPONENT
• DVI
• HD15
• OPTION A-1
• OPTION A-2
• OPTION B-1
• OPTION B-2
• UNDERSCAN
• OVERSCAN
• ZOOM
• NATIVE
• 4:3
• 16:9
• TALLY
• EXT SYNC (External Sync)
Notes
• If you use the parallel remote
function, you need to connect
cables. For more details, see
page 38.
• When “OFF” is selected in the
INPUT SELECT menu and the
function is assigned, the remote
function does not work. Select
“ON” to use the parallel remote
function (on page 35).
Submenu
Setting
SERIAL REMOTE
Select one out of following three
modes.
• RMT OFF: You cannot use the serial
remote. Adjust settings by the
keys on the front panel.
• RMT ON: You can use the serial
remote. You cannot use the keys
except for the serial remote
setting on the front panel.
• RMT & LCL: You can use both the
serial remote and the keys on the
front panel.
Notes
•
When “RMT ON” is selected, the
REMOTE and - indicator on the
front panel light.
• When “RMT & LCL” is selected,
the REMOTE indicator lights.
USER MEMORY menu
U S E R M E M O RY ( 1 / 3 ) R r
x0 1 U S E R 0 1
· 02 USER02
· 03 USER03
· 04 USER04
· 05 USER05
· 06 USER06
· 07 USER07
· 08 USER08
U S E R M E M O RY ( 2 / 3 ) R r
x0 9 U S E R 0 9
· 10 USER10
· 11 USER11
· 12 USER12
· 13 USER13
· 14 USER14
· 15 USER15
· 16 USER16
U S E R M E M O RY ( 3 / 3 ) R r
x1 7 U S E R 1 7
· 18 USER18
· 19 USER19
· 20 USER20
Adjustment Using the Menus
33
Submenu
01∼20
Setting
To change the name
You can save the setting of the following
functions.
1
COLOR TEMP menu
• COLOR TEMP
USER CONTROL menu
• CHROMA
• PHASE
• APERTURE
• GAMMA
• ASPECT
• SCAN
• PIC DELAY MIN
USER SERVICE menu
• ADJUST GAIN
• ADJUST BIAS
Front keys
• 8 (Brightness)
• 6 (Contrast)
Press the M or m key to select the memory number
in the USER MEMORY menu, then press the , or
ENTER key.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
U S E R M E M O RY ( 1 / 3 )
01 USER01
xS AV E · · ·
·NAME···
2
Saving the user memory
Press the m key to select “NAME”, then press the
, or ENTER key.
The menu for setting the user name appears.
U S E R M E M O RY ( 1 / 3 )
01 USER01
You can save the 20 picture settings with the name. To
load the picture in the saved setting, see “Loading USER
MEMORY” on page 28.
TtCURSOR
R r CHANGE CHAR.
R + r DELETE
[ E N T E R ] S AV E
[MENU]CANCEL
To save the picture setting
1
Press the M or m key to select the memory number
in the USER MEMORY menu, then press the , or
ENTER key.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
3
Change the user name.
• Press the < or , key to move the cursor to the
character position to be changed.
• Press the M or m key to change the character.
Usable characters: “A to Z”, “0 to 9”, “.”, “/”, “,”,
“_”, “-”, “(space)”
• Press the M and m keys simultaneously to clear
the character.
The maximum 18 characters are input for the user
name.
4
Press the ENTER key.
The settings are saved and the USER MEMORY
setting menu appears.
U S E R M E M O RY ( 1 / 3 )
01 USER01
xS AV E · · ·
·NAME···
2
Select “SAVE”, then press the , or ENTER key.
The menu for confirming the memory appears.
S AV E T O U S E R M E M O RY 0 1 ?
[ENTER] YES
[MENU] NO
3
Press the ENTER key.
The current picture settings are saved and the
USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
To close the menu without saving the setting
Press the < or MENU key.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
34
Adjustment Using the Menus
To close the menu without saving the setting
Press the MENU key.
The USER MEMORY setting menu appears.
INPUT SELECT menu
USER SERVICE menu
The input signal set to “OFF” is skipped when the
INPUT M/m key is pressed.
INPUT SELECT (1/2) Rr
xA L L R E S E T
S TA N D A R D I N P U T
· COMPOSITE
· Y/C
· RGB
· COMPONENT
· DV I
· HD15
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
xx
INPUT SELECT (2/2) Rr
OPTION
xO P T I O N A - 1
· OPTION A-2
· OPTION B-1
· OPTION B-2
xx
xx
xx
xx
Submenu
Setting
ALL RESET
All settings are reset to the factory preset
ones.
STANDARD
INPUT
Sets the input setting of
“COMPOSITE”, “Y/C”, “RGB”,
“COMPONENT”, “DVI, and “HD15”
• ON: Input signal is selectable.
• OFF: Input signal is not selectable.
The USER SERVICE menu is provided for any
adjustments or settings other than those listed above. To
access the USER SERVICE menu, press and hold the
MENU key when the menu is not displayed. The item
that cannot be accessed according to the input signal is
displayed in blue.
U S E R S E RV I C E
xF O R M AT D I S P
·COMP LEVEL
·NTSC SETUP
USER COLOR TEMP
·ADJUST GAIN···
·ADJUST BIAS···
· COPY FROM
OPTION
Sets the input setting of an input adaptor.
• ON: Input signal is selectable.
• OFF: Input signal is not selectable.
Setting
FORMAT DISP
Select the display mode of the input
signal and its format.
• ON: Input signal and its format are
always displayed.
• OFF: Input signal and its format are
not displayed.
• AUTO: Input signal and its format are
displayed for about 10 seconds,
when the INPUT key is pressed,
or the input of the signal begins.
COMP LEVEL
Select the component level from among
three modes.
• SMPTE for 100/0/100/0 signal
• BETA 0 for 100/0/75/0 signal
• BETA 7.5 for 100/7.5/75/7.5 signal
NTSC SETUP
Select the NTSC setup level from two
modes.
The 7.5 setup level is used mainly in
North America. The 0 setup level is used
mainly in Japan.
USER COLOR
TEMP
Adjust the color temperature of “USER”
which is selectable in the COLOR
TEMP menu. When the color
temperature other than “USER” is
selected, this cannot be selected.
You need to use the measurement
instrument to adjust the white balance.
Recommended: Konicaminolta color
analyzer CA-210
• ADJUST GAIN...: Adjusts the color
balance (GAIN).
• ADJUST BIAS...: Adjusts the color
balance (BIAS).
• COPY FROM: If you select “HIGH”,
“LOW”, “LOW2” or “LOW3”,
the data for the selected color
temperature will be copied in the
user setting.
KEY INHIBIT menu
KEY INHIBIT
xK E Y I N H I B I T
xxx
You can lock the setting so that they cannot be changed
by an unauthorized user.
Select “OFF” or “ON”.
If you set to “ON”, all items are displayed in blue,
indicating the items are locked.
The keys only for setting the key inhibit to “OFF” work.
When the key inhibit is set to “ON”, the - indicator on
the front panel lights.
Note
x
Submenu
Note
You cannot set all input settings to
“OFF”.
xx
xxxxx
xx
When “RMT ON” is selected in the REMOTE menu (on
page 33), the - indicator lights and the keys on the
front panel do not work. However, “KEY INHIBIT”
keeps set to “OFF”. When you want to operate the keys
on the front panel, select “RMT OFF” or “RMT & LCL”
in the REMOTE menu.
Adjustment Using the Menus
35
Troubleshooting
Specifications
This section may help you isolate the cause of a problem
and as a result, eliminate the need to contact technical
support.
Picture performance
Symptom
Settlement
The display is
colored in green or
purple.
Select the correct input by pressing the
INPUT key.
The black bars
appear at the upper
and lower positions
of the picture.
When the signal aspect is different from
that of the LCD panel, the black bars
appear. This is not a failure of the unit.
The key on the front
panel do not work.
The key protection function works. The
key inhibit function can be set in the
KEY INHIBIT menu and REMOTE
menu.
Set as follows.
When “KEY INHIBIT” is set to
“ON”: Set to “OFF”.
When “SERIAL REMOTE” is set to
“RMT ON”: Set to “RMT OFF” or
“RMT & LCL”.
When “KEY INHIBIT” and
“SERIAL REMOTE” are set to
“ON”: Set “KEY INHIBIT” to “OFF”
and then “SERIAL REMOTE” to
“RMT OFF” or “RMT & LCL”.
The image is not
displayed on the
monitor.
After confirming the connections and
the settings in the INPUT SELECT
menu (on page 35), select the correct
input by pressing the INPUT key.
The image is
disturbed.
Select “EXT” or “INT” correctly in the
“SYNC” setting of the USER CONFIG
menu (on page 32).
The “FAN ERROR” The fan for cooling the unit does not
message is displayed. work.
Turn off the power and contact an
authorized Sony dealer.
36
Troubleshooting / Specifications
LCD panel
a-Si TFT Active Matrix
Pixel efficiency 99.99 %
Viewing angle (up/down/left/right, contrast > 10:1)
85°/85°/85°/85° (typical)
Scan
Under scan –3 %
Normal 7 %
Over scan 20 %
Efficient picture size
Approx. 430 × 322 × 537 mm (w/h/dia)
(17 × 12 3/4 × 21 1/4 inches)
Resolution
H: max. 1,024 dots
V: max. 768 lines
Aspect ratio
4:3
Display color Approx. 16,770,000
Input/output connectors
Input
Composite input connector
BNC type (1)
1 Vp-p ± 3dB sync negative
Y/C input connector
4-pin mini DIN (1)
Y: 1 Vp-p ± 3dB sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p ± 3dB (NTSC burst
signal level)
0.3 Vp-p ± 3dB (PAL burst signal
level)
RGB/Component connectors
BNC type (3)
RGB input: 0.7 Vp-p ± 3dB (Sync On
Green, 0.3 Vp-p sync negative)
Component input: 0.7 Vp-p ± 3dB
(75% chrominance standard color
bar signal)
External Sync input connector
BNC type (1)
0.3 to 4 Vp-p ± bipolarity ternary or
negative polarity binary
Remote input terminal
Parallel remote
Modular connector 8-pin (1)
RS-232C (serial remote)
D-sub 9-pin (1)
HD15 input connector
HD D-sub 15-pin (1)
R/G/B: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms, sync
positive (when G channel is sync
negative, the internal sync can be
used. 0.3 Vp-p)
Sync: TTL level, 2.2 kilohms, polarity
free (H/V separate and composite
sync)
Plug & Play function: corresponds to
DDC2B
DVI input connector
DVI-D (1)
TMDS (Single link)
Output
Video output connectors
BNC type (4)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
4-pin mini DIN (1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
External Sync output connector
BNC type (1)
Loop-through, with 75 ohms automatic
terminal function
General
Power
AC100 to 240 V, 50/60 Hz,
1.2 A ~ 0.6 A
Power consumption
Maximum: approx. 100 W (when two
BKM-255DV are attached)
Maximum: approx. 92 W (when no
input adaptor is attached)
Peak inrush current
(1) Power ON, current probe method:
60 A (240 V)
(2) Hot switching inrush current,
measured in accordance with
European standard EN55103-1: 52
A (230 V)
Operating conditions
Temperature0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Recommended temperature
20 °C to 30 °C (68 °F to 86 °F)
Humidity 30 % to 85 % (no condensation)
Pressure
700 hPa to 1060 hPa
Storage and transport conditions
Temperature–10 °C to 40 °C (14 °F to 104 °F)
Humidity 0 % to 90 % (no condensation)
Pressure
700 hPa to 1060 hPa
Accessories supplied
AC power cord (1)
AC plug holder (2)
Instructions for Use (1)
CD-ROM (1)
Warranty Card (1)
Using the CD-ROM Manual (1)
Quick Reference (1)
When You First Use the Monitor (1)
Sales Companies Guide (1)
Optional accessories
SDI 4:2:2 input adaptor
BKM-220D
HD/D1-SDI input adaptor
BKM-243HS
DV input adaptor
BKM-255DV
NTSC/PAL input adaptor
BKM-227W
Analog Component input adaptor
BKM-229X
Monitor stand
SU-560
Medical Specifications
Protection against electric shock:
Class I
Protection against harmful ingress of water:
Ordinary
Degree of safety in the presence of flammable
anesthetics mixture with oxygen:
Not suitable for use in the presence of flammable
anesthetics mixture with oxygen
Mode of operation:
Continuous
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Specifications
37
Pin assignment
PARALLEL REMOTE terminal
Modular connector (8-pin)
8
1
Pin No.
Signal
1
Designating Y/C input signal
2
Designating RGB input signal
3
Designating OPTION A-1 input signal
4
Designating OPTION A-2 input signal
5
GND
6
Tally lamp ON/OFF
7
Under scan
8
Over scan
You can allocate functions using the REMOTE menu
(see page 33).
Connect the function you want to use with a Remote
Control to the Ground (Pin 5).
SERIAL REMOTE (RS-232C) terminal
D-sub 9 pin, female
5
1
9
Pin No.
38
6
Signal
1
NC
2
RX
3
TX
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
RTS
8
CTS
9
NC
Specifications
Video signal formats
The unit is applicable to the following signal formats.
Input
2
Total lines
Active lines
Frame rate*
Scanning format
Aspect ratio
Signal standard
575/50I (PAL)
625
575
25
2:1 interlace
16:9/4:3
EBU N10
(PAL: ITU-R BT.624)
480/60I (NTSC)
525
483
30
2:1 interlace
16:9/4:3
SMPTE 253M
(NTSC: SMPTE 170M)
576/50P
625
576
50
Progressive
16:9/4:3
ITU-R BT.1358
System
480/60P
525
483
60
Progressive
16:9/4:3
SMPTE 293M
1080/50I
1125
1080
25
2:1 interlace
16:9
SMPTE 274M
1125
1035
30
2:1 interlace
16:9
SMPTE 260M/BTA S-001B
1080/60I
1125
1080
30
2:1 interlace
16:9
SMPTE 274M/BTA S-001B
720/60P
750
720
60
Progressive
16:9
SMPTE 296M
1035/60I
*1
Output
Effective picture size
Frame rate*2
Scanning format
575/50I (PAL)
1024 × 576/1024 × 768
50
Progressive
480/60I (NTSC)
1024 × 576/1024 × 768
60
Progressive
576/50P
1024 × 576/1024 × 768
50
Progressive
480/60P
1024 × 576/1024 × 768
60
Progressive
System
1080/50I
1024 × 576
50
Progressive
1035/60I *1
1024 × 576
60
Progressive
1080/60I
1024 × 576
60
Progressive
720/60P
1024 × 576
60
Progressive
*1 The signal format is displayed as 1080/60I on the
screen.
A slightly squashed picture is displayed at a little
lower position, because the picture is displayed in
1035/1080 picture ratio on a 16:9 screen. Adjust the
position to the center using the SHIFT V setting (on
page 32).
*2 The frame rate is also compatible with 1/1.001.
Specifications
39
When an optional input adaptor is
installed
When BKM-227W/229X is installed
Input
The unit is applicable to the following signal formats.
When BKM-220D/243HS is installed
Input
Signal standard
BKM227W
BKM229X
575/50I
EBU N10
×
a
PAL
ITU-R BT.624
a
×
System
Signal standard
BKM-220D
BKM-243HS
575/50I
ITU-R BT.656
a
a
480/60I
SMPTE 253M
×
a
480/60I
SMPTE 259M
a
a
NTSC
SMPTE 170M
a
×
1080/50I
SMPTE 292M
×
a
576/50P
ITU-R BT.1358
×
a
1035/60I *
SMPTE 292M
×
a
480/60P
SMPTE 293M
×
a
1080/60I
SMPTE 292M
×
a
1080/50I
SMPTE 274M
×
a
720/60P
SMPTE 292M
×
a
1035/60I*
SMPTE 260M/BTA S-001B
×
a
1080/60I
SMPTE 274M/BTA S-001B
×
a
720/60P
SMPTE 296M
×
a
When BKM-255DV is installed
Input
40
System
System
Signal standard
BKM-255DV
575/50I
IEEE 1394-1995
a
480/60I
IEEE 1394-1995
a
Specifications
* A slightly squashed picture is displayed at a little
lower position, because the picture is displayed in
1035/1080 picture ratio on a 16:9 screen. Adjust the
position to the center using the SHIFT V setting (on
page 32).
About the preset signal
PRESET2
This unit has the preset memory for the signals
connected to the DVI and HD15 input terminals (the
preset memory). When a preset signal is input, the unit
automatically detects the signal type and recalls the data
for the signal from the preset memory to adjust it to an
optimum picture.
This unit is applicable to the following preset signals.
PRESET1
DVI
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
1514×483*
31.5
60
1476×576*
31.3
50
1280×483*
31.5
60
1280×576*
31.3
50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
720×483
31.5
60
720×576
31.3
50
1280×720*
45.0
60
1280×720*
37.5
50
720×483
31.5
60
720×576
31.3
50
1280×720*
45.0
60
1280×720*
37.5
50
Preset signal
fH
[kHz]
fV
[Hz]
640×480
31.5
60
PRESET3
Preset signal
640×480
800×600
HD15
1024×768
fH
fV
[kHz] [Hz]
VGA mode 3
31.5
60
VGA VESA 72Hz
37.9
72
VGA VESA 75Hz
37.5
75
VGA VESA 85Hz
43.3
85
VGA Non-CRT
29.5
60
SVGA VESA 60Hz
37.9
60
SVGA VESA 72Hz
48.1
72
SVGA VESA 75Hz
46.9
75
SVGA VESA 85Hz
53.7
85
SVGA Non-CRT
37.0
60
XGA VESA 60Hz
48.4
60
XGA VESA 70Hz
56.5
70
XGA VESA 75Hz
60.0
75
XGA VESA 85Hz
68.7
85
XGA Non-CRT
47.3
60
SXGA VESA 60Hz
64.0
60
SXGA Non-CRT
63.2
60
720×400
VGA TEXT
31.5
70
640×480
VGA VESA 60Hz
31.5
60
1024×768
XGA VESA 60Hz
48.4
60
64.0
60
1280×1024*
DVI
HD15
Preset signal
1280×1024* SXGA VESA 60Hz
HD15
DVI
PRESET4
HD15
DVI
1024×768
48.4
60
1280×960*
60.0
60
640×480
31.5
60
1024×768
48.4
60
1280×960*
60.0
60
* Down convert display.
VGA, SVGA, XGA, and SXGA are registered trademarks of
International Business Machines Corporation, U.S.A.
* SXGA is a down convert display.
Specifications
41
Side
Dimensions/Mass
When an optional stand SU-560 is attached
Front
302 (12)
44
(1 3/4) 119 (4 3/4)
When an optional stand SU-560 is attached
505 (20)
432 (17 1/8)
125 (5)
287 (11 3/8)
236 (9 3/8)
325 (12 7/8)
208 (8 1/4)
28˚*
195 (7 3/4)
Unit: mm (inches)
*Tilt angle
274 (10 7/8)
Mass
Approx.9.3 kg (20 lb 8 oz)
(When no input adaptor is attached)
Approx. 9.8 kg (21 lb 10 oz)
(When two BKM-255DV are attached)
Top
100
(4)
100 (4)
210 (8 3/8)
M4*
* Length of M4 screws (4)
Monitor cabinet
Attached object
M4 screw
7 (9/32) to 9 (3/8)
42
Dimensions/Mass
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